Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: May 22, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01970
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kk : TRADE' On PLEASANT'evening".PARTY.' 13th EYES TURNED TO SUPPOSED RABIES. Fielding, whose birthday is; just thedift"eren
BOIK110F Wednesday May, f :Mr.. James Denton, who lives three BIRTHDAYS AREIIQIEYKEPT '
at the ir' attractive" -home n-:Walnut miles south of Starke, was disturbed of a few days and so near
street, Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Canova entertained as.to make the treble celebration pPs. g 1atle

i METONTUESDAYPROJECTS: in honor of.their daughter; NIAGARA FALLS of greatiy.Sunday his dog; The night dog'by continued the howling his A large number of the young- i_

J. Miss Florence. strange actions all night and Mr. Den- people assembled, clayed games, par.

'The spacious hall'' and ..drawingroom ton suspected that the animal was de- took of 'good puneh| ice cream, aM

:i.M MART,' OUTLINED were, tastefully decorated for i WHERE, MEDIATORS MEET veloping a case of rabies. He arose SUMMER cake. We Wsh.thfm many happy V I
SCHOOL SESSION returns of the'dayThe
;: the occasion, the color scheme being early Monday, morning and broughtthe .4.
t H'V ---- pink and white. summer school. is meeting with'
dog to Starke. He thru .
1 % Residents of Outlying Districts The First Day's Program Includes came the good Jt" 'i1eserves. v
to evening was happly spent in the woods. He feared to travel the Wilson Parrish Wedding And support Among'the
ConnectionWith playing gam interspersed: by piano Introductions' and scholars'are: :iiBinney; Townsend, '
> Telephone I highway, being afraid that he might Other News From Lake '
g'V; ; Starke. selections by Misses Ruth' Wainright. % Of Courtesies I meet somebody and that the 'dog Fritz, Townsend, Lowell Hodges, Bar- 1
aDd Anna Canova. Butler ry'Logan, Netty MtWs, Ruby Darey
might attach them. When he reached
{ V ,---- feature and In'e Harley. *v5Tie last named -
The of the
evening was a c
her locked the
,The .Starke: Board of Trade held a contest in which the girl's prize- Niagara Falls, Ontario, May 20.- dog in a box A well young lady graduatd at the commencement .
stall in the Sweat & Stevens stable very pretty; as as interest-
JI xt"'the courthouse Tuesday Everything was ready today for the She: i
netting ;
two dainty handkerchiefs and telephoned.to'Chief' of Police Kite ing treble birthday party"was held at .* now taking a. ; =
Vevenl'ng, pursuant to adjoumment'The in and white-was opening, of the mediation' conference normal course. ; <
..., pink won by Aileen to come and kill a mad dog for, him. the hole of Mayor H.:J. Stewart on <
attendance was small; but what Alvarez.The successful contestant which, under the guidance Ambas- I am relieved of:try oath and cane .
Chief Kite answered the call Tuesday. The occasion was the birth-
; *Tthe meeting Tacked in numbers wasmadeup among. the boys was Mr. Charlie sador DaGama, of Brazil, and MiniS- and the with promptly day of Miss Clara Stewart' and Harry now let the cat out fcf the bag with
dispatched dog
interest and enthusiasm. ,ters Naon, of Argentina and Suarezof a pis- w
;" V Beasley the prize being-- 'a. ,box of, tol ball Logan, who were born on the same impunity. Two of't
.Many.projects were outlined for puttiagStarke correspondence cards. Chile is to attempt to compose the t '-
day'of the The celebrationalso
year. -
in closer touch In a busi- differences between the United States
,i Mr. W. H. Graham presided overth'e Telegraph, $1.50per year. took in the birthday of Miss Eva (Continued on' .>ce Eight.) .
districts and
neea wily with outlying punch bowl. Delicious refresh- and Mexico. The Mexican peace com- + f

lz1 t, promoting better trade relations'with ments :of ice cream and cake, also missioners arrived early today from -: .

-, E 'the farmers tn this'section. showing the colors for the evening New York, while the American delegation --' -- t

;} "The committee on telephones,'re- were greatly enjoyed by the young reached here shortly before ;i '

[: potted that 'the cost of telephone wire' folks, who lingered until a late hour, midnight. Minister Suarez was the SAMPLE OF PRIMARY BALLOT .
'la.$6a mile.. It is the purpose' of voting Miss Florence a most charm- last of the three South American
of Trade.to appeal to the mediators reach the I
I the_Board' ing young hostess. to scene. taM .
I business men and citizens of Starketo'frndsh To welcome the visitors to Canadian 1 i

; wire free for telephone KILLING OF EDWARD ALVAREZ. territory the Duke of Connaught DEMOCRATIC PARTY rt

;I lines'to.certain points if,the patrons From the Perry,Herald we clip the uovernor General of Canada, Delegate Precinct Number 6. Bradford County ,? :

'of the,proposed lines'furnish the poles following account of the death of Ed- Martin Burrell Minister of Agriculture !

:! ;and*erect them. ward Alvarez, whose body was and Senator Longhead, Conservative INSTRUCTIONS-To vote for any candidate, make across (X) fa ; he I sr

'* The telephone committee also ne- brought to Starke and interred in leader are to. come here square in the appropriate column, according to your choice, at the right:of .

:'portefl that the people .residing in Dyal cemetery, on Tuesday of last from Ottawa. Their, duties included his name. Vote your first choice in the first column; ,vote your,second clone

the'"territory to be tapped by theEJ't week: visits of greeting to the mediatorsand in the second column. : V

: : phones are in: favor'of the movement "Last Sunday night ''about nine to the American and Mexican If there is no second column to the right of a name, vote your first- cio ce '

.ad',srevery: anxious for the. lines o'clock,* a shooting affray' at Lake delegates. ", only.. Do not vote more"than one choice for the same candidate. ', I

) be.built., Bird side camp between Bob Campbelland The romal opening of the confer- .J

i J 'i A;,committee Was appointed to sow Ed Alvarez resulted fatally for ence was set for 3 P. M. to day. The For United States Senator. For County Commissisoner ''I ice i-. '

1 Jie ft* fund*:,for,launching I the project' the latter. Judge Culpepper'went up program for today included nothing District No. 1: 3 r

;! a Van'early'date' Monday morning' and empanelled a except the formal.introductions, ex- Vote for One: '6,1 u .:
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; t. :The committee on hitching shedS coroner's jury, and that body returned changes of courtesies and adoptions of U s : -m

't j repotted that$78 of the $95 necessary a' verdict of justifiable homi plans for the conduct of the proceedings DUNCAN U. FLETCHER Vote for One. d

: ";r to erectthe, proposed:shed had been cide. 'such as are customary to the I.J/}

l t tetu reay The committee was instructed "It appeared that Alvarez, inflamedby opening of an international gatheringof JOHN N. C. STOCKTON .

5l ,J' :.to secure' the balance of the money whiskey made threats against this character. J. J.. BLACKWELDER U\ .- -' ,

f aid proceed with the.erection ofihe Cambell saying that he was goingto The mediators were prepared to .
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\ : building on the vacant lot north kill Campbell if it was the last lay before the delegates from the two For Representative in Congress C. J. HANEY '

;:j t t.of X;:E..Ko tt'II'blacksmith shop., thing he did. Sometime later, upon governments the rules and regulations Second Congressional District --1.- : '

v' :,I t Tbi'\committee op rural free mail seeing Campbell he opened fire, which will govern during the A. H. WILLIAMS' :

: a tivery. reported, that a conference which Campbell returned with fatal proceedings. 'Ambassador DaGama, Vote'for One: --- :. }

wt id *',II'P be1d with; Postmaster effect, though Alvarez continued of Brazil 'as ranking representativeamong For County Commissisoner. "'
\d! Ahrarts relative" to the question of the three mediators', will'be FRANK CLARK, -
?? shooting at Campbell after'he had District. No. 2: 1 ,4. ,..
s j, a Itier departure of rural mail car-, fallen but without effect. the leader in whatever action is taken -
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pjI: \ hers.from..Starke for the benefit of but it has not yet been announced JOHN. DENTON Vote for One. / '
1' local merchants and business men, 'L. S. L S. SOCIETY.The whether or not there will be a chairman : .. km

'! : and that Mr. Alvarez agreed to take J. S. L. S. Society of Worth- formally chosen to preside over R. J. ANDREWS : I' 1 *"XAS t 4

.)I I op'the matter with the postoffice defpartment ington met Saturday night, May 16th. the session. For Commissioner of Agriculture: ; : : V ;

i without delaJ.I' The programme was rendered nicely. WILSON IN TOUCH. J. B. CREWS'; :

The committee on advertising envelopes The programme for Saturday night, Washington, May 20.-Officials in Vote for One. I_ : '
i reported: that it had net fully is t administration and circles
May 30th as follows: diplomatic .
\ investigated the matter.' The committeewas' Recitation-Ida Williams.. here turned their attention today "to T. J. APPLEYARD, JR. For County Commissioner t'
': continued and instructed District No. 3: i
it.j : Reading-Katie DuBose. proceedings at Niagara Falls.: Presi- 2
\"; ,to investigate.fur er.ThdBond Speech-0. L. MizelL Subject, "A dent Wilson kept in close touch with W. A. McRAE 'I -
Vote for One. .
then adjourned to meet Young Man's Duty He Owes to Him- the progress of the Mexican mediation -. '
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again at the courthouse on Tuesday self." '
negotiations by means of a spe- .s-
...w{1' .evening, May 26th. A large attendance o S. T. DOWLINGr' i
Ginger Jar-Fulton CaiL cial wire set up between the White For Justice of the Supreme Court l

(it, i of the members of the Board of Debate-"Resolved, That Plants are House and the headquarters of the
;CTrade and '.aU citizens interested iq More for .J. E. J. WAINRIGHT
itf Beautiful Than Plants. Affirmative American mission. Vote Two. ,
.. the welfare of Starke is
...; urged.
<. "" .' Othoe Mizelle, Law Witt While conditions appeared propi- -
I.i'i; Negative Lester Shaw, Payton Mi- tious for the beginning of the conference JOHN C. AVERY '
i 'GARDINER'S COURT.aiondayMay11thArteha For CommissionerW. .s
:VU; JUDGE zelle. government officials still awaited County )

1\\ i l ; Bow.tV1i Everybody come and bring your word of the fate of Samuel Parks,'the H. ELLIS. District NA.' 4: '6 r V z

| !y enVeolored'aisault; and battery, guil- friends. We will try not to detain American infantryman who strayed : '"

] :'!c1i;I >'!t7, .15.00 and costs, paid. you so long next meeting. into Mexican lines outside of' Vera THOS. M. SHACKLEFORD ; Vote for One. ; J : .

l Monday, May 18th.-John Wilson OTHOE MIZELLE Cruz and was reported to have been :

jcand I: : M. W. White, of Sampson, fight.. President executed. Vigorous representations I 8 '. -::-- -
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\4t 'fi.compromised. ARMONTINE DUBOSE, had been made to Huerta, who had For Member of the House of t) W. 1' a

.;f.t, Fourteen ;.colored gamblers were Secretary. ,promised to investigate the Parks Representatives: --+

11!j nned..up in'.ourt. They were all case and fix the blame for his reported I x u"" N D GREEN \i.\ .
!\"found guilty and each received the HOUSE BURNED.The death. Some anxiety also was ex- Vote for Two. c S i 1

'I i:customary fine of $1.00 and costs. house of Mr. W. C. Clemons, pressed over John R. Silliman American J J: LACY UNDERHILL i : .

ifj I? ', J. D.: McCormick'vs J. C. demons who lives about five miles north of vice-consul, who had been held by A. F:

v suit to obtain 'possession. of a farm. Starke at the fork of the Lawtey road federal officers at Saltillo. Sillimanwas A. D. ANDREWS For County Commissioner \ :. :.' '

*, *Plaintiff agreed to give possession and and the Starke and Sanderson road, 'said to have been released and I -- District No. 5: '. -

J case* Wax cJism; ;.sed.. was destroyed by fire Tuesday after- started on his way to Mexico City I TRUMAN G. .FUTCH l -
Tuesday" ,:;May/ 19th.-West Ward, noon at 3 o'clock. All the household but a definite report of his movementsstill i Vote for One. \ .

:t: 'of Raiford,,, selling liquor, continued belongings were lost except some bed are lacking today. The State Department M. J. SAPP, t !

.1II1til'fa7 22nd. ding. The members of the family also awaited the result of D. W: PINHOLSTER

: 't';! Joan Graddie,' colored, selling liquor were out in the lean field when the representations to the Mexican foreign F. P. SHAFFER : ._,

| guilty,.100.00 and costs or 90 fire was discovered. They hurried to office over the reported deten- -- A. B. I

r&ji;' days in jaiLi The jail sentence was the house, but the fire made headway tion of ten members of the Smithfamily JOE HILL WILLIAMS F SURRENCY __ V 1

rjni I theNaternative. this case because so rapidly that it was impossible to at Tonala Chiapas. "'"': '

*' Graddie has only one leg and ":would save the building or its contents. It Continued reports from Mexico For Member of County Board of j

.M'v:: t N useless in the chaingang. is supposed that the fire originated in City tending to support the theory For Tax Collector: Public Instruction District y :

'-:! t the kitchen. The loss is estimated at than an effort soon will be made thereto ., No. 1: :.j 7 i

'jlI.I.u SAUL, REWARDED. $400. No insurance. unseat Huerta, renewed interest in Vote for One. ,-;-- ;

'f l Washington, .D. C, May 15.-Paul developments the federal capital Vote for One. J I

|>"*$f 'V..Sauls was rewarded for his heroic CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENT.Rev. Greatest,fear in Mexico City declare!. GEO. W. ALDEI fAN .
; defense of the Tallahassee Fla., post- Ernest House pastor of the refugees arriving in Vera Cruz, is not J, E. DOUGLASS t, :' \'
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church at eleven
\ .- j ,foffl against two robbers'when the will'preach that the plot against Huerta will be BRYANT M. DOWLING '
o'clock next Sunday morning on N. H. STOKES J -
President ,
i today 'issued an executive executed but that it may not occur
"Jesus: the Wonderful and if the & '
revival --
gi ; authoriang his appointment tot before the entrance of the Zapata 1- t) .
meeting at the Methodist churchis u .TV
f'a clerical position in the classified forces, which might precipitate.more i For County Treasurer '
:;(|!; ;jCivD sernce,' without examination. closed before Sunday night, Rev. serious trouble. .J t.c o=! : For Supervisor of Registration 3, \.I 0; ." .
House will '
| :SaulsJ:who is preach' chart sermon on the ..c: : ;U
22 years old will beeome That constitutionalists had renewed ,
Sunday night "Old Time Preachersand u c .c:
.....< a clerkt'in; the Jacksonville post. on their active campaign south of J Vote for One.' .: S u ii
I"''Oce" What They Preached. If the Vote for One.
j: a Torreon was indicated in reports ofl: I j eX u (
revival is still in 1
{ Four progress ',. -.t. Vit
VV years.ago,while substituting desperate fighting before Saltillo, Vil 1-
ir I for his father as watchman in the Sunday night, there will be no night la's most immediate goalNo 'I J. M. BROWNLEE --- -
; preaching services at the Christian C. A. FUTCH r'I
Tallahassee ,
\ Federal building, Sauls official reports bearing on the t
,t l fought off two safe blowers, fatally church next Sunday.. Saltillo battle have reached either O. B. GORDON 'r
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c ',I' mounding.both. HAMPTON the State War or Navy Departments. C. A. KNIGHT '"
f\\ Apparently all wires out of Saltilk G. W. HAZEN -
Master Gerald Middleton took a ::1 i ;
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!SI'LCIAL BUSINESS MEETING. tumble off the veranda swing seat and are now silent.-Ftorida Metropolis.TEACHERS' ., / -

., t The Ladies' Musicale will hold a broke his 'arm. Gerald is as livelyas EXAMINATION. J. VERNON JONES
i: special business meeting at the homer ever, and sometimes in danger of The State uniform examination fo '. ;
; + 'of : For Constable-DistHct No. 6:, 'jf :
\ Lois Peek on Saturday after- breaking it again. This he must not teachers will be held at Starke Flor rJ! E. L. ODO .

:!= j'' ppooa.for the purpose of.electing offi- do even if his father is a doctor. ida opening June the Second, at 9 II j ..:-- Vote for V One. f 1
.J;)4 .ma and making' plans for next year. The Quarterly Conference of the o'clock, A. M. All applicants are re.j T. F. RIVERS ;t
q All members are urged to be press MALLORY JONES ; .
Methodist church will be held in quired to provide themselves with,
\ ttii After this meeting the musi- Hampton on the Fifth Sunday. Dr. J. pens, ink and legal cap paper and pa y W. W. ,ROBERTS III. / '
J. B. SAPP i iV
ale: will !
4 adjourn until September, W. Bigham the Presiding Elder of a fee of 100. F. G. SCHELL, 'j ,

...... ,i:wkea they will begin' work, again. the district, will conduct the services.. 22-2t., Superintendent Schools k ;.

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', j Attractive Prices On American- : Wire F nce'J Y l Safety- of the Last,VMM consideration! ...M It* Crew. lathe .- Wtat',"B e'Deci- 'Means r

In Among the unsung, heroea of this i "BeDee"-ofcthe label means REAtLVALTC .'
Come country are the-members of the lighthouse Inside the package, and RESULTS and SA'fJ5After.the
Lc which is entirely distinct FACTION after the contents have been toed Remedies itwnily et for ee'. z
.. service Always ask for."Bee Dee" when you buy stocfc sometime we take pleasure 1 Y'
from the life saTing service. The or poultry remedy "BeeDee": remediesparcd ia winf that they are .. ,

= i.o-- DeWITT C. JONES entire lighthouse corps designed to from pure, medicinal ingredients, in tern-' and tivint we entire cheet&dte satisfaction; recommend LL
warn ships of duger'points coven ufic
way aodajC:::wine idDelt1Iattpua: : them. T r
100,000 miles of coast line and reaches de : M '
... : lfflet Stock Farm
Hardware I :=umber from Alaska to Panama, the maintenance STOCK 8 FOUUftlr .. Waco,Ton f s t r
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L of it costing approximately $0- Bee Dee MEDICINE ;
e 000,000 a year. It has about 13.000 1.JHJMDTmPto' 2
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"aids to 'navigation" Including lighthouses .frDee HealloJ Powder Bee Dee Colk Remedy dalda

1, lightships bell buoys, tenders 6
$150.00; G. C. Livingston, on con road book Mch and April, $20.00; J. submarine signals and foe signals.. ..
A lightship must be kept always In
r ++.++*+*+++*++++* +++ tract, $22X5; G. C. Livingston, on S. 'Howard, ditching and road work, one particular place. Anchored to the !:fj

y ,+ '* contract, $25.00; G. C. Livingston, on $55.00; John Croft, repairs to bridge, bottom of the sea. she has her steam "'

"' COUNTY WARRANTS +I contract,' $25.00; G. C. Livingston, on $2.00; S. T. Dowling, 1 days inspect always up. but she never sails unless Insurance Agency _

+ contract $25.00; G. C. Livingston, on ing roads, $8.00; W. A. Bessent, 2 relieved by- another ship so that she one

{ +++++++*++++++++. +*+ contract, $50.00; .G. ,C. Livingston, on days inspecting roads, $8.00; Henry may put into port for repairs.' And THIS the oldest institutions in f t:

PAUPER ALLOWANCE -* Carrie contract, $50.OQ; G. Cv Livingston, on Thornton, bal on bill, $2.00. Total, such a boat is used because a warning
Sparkman $4.00; Florence Holton, must be given at a place where it is Bradford *
contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on $1720.86. .County. Not a : .rSf
$3.00 Polly Ann Green, $5.00; John Impossible to build a lighthouse and! > :
contract $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on ;
$1 Wright, $2.50; Mary Ward, $6.00; ::contract, $50.00;"G..C. Livingston, on -WI W. Baisden, guard at jail, $20.- where buoy even is not the sufficient clamor of to a warn giganticbell the bank in the county and only one. I

t .. Martha Gatlin, $tOO; Nancy Connor, G. C. 00 F. N. Andrews, com as treas, $5.- >
contract, $25.00; 'Livingston, on ; navigator. No matter how fiercely the >-
railroad when it
' $5.00,Mary Brooks, $2.00; Vmey Dyes contract, $50.00G.; C. Livingston, on 62; A. A. Hazen, 1-4 fine 0. J. Johns storm beats or how desperate' may be started. ,

( $4.00; Wm. Glisson $4.ooj'JamesPatriah contract, $50.00; G. C.'Livingston, on game laws, $2.50; A. H .Freeman, the boat's plight, she must stay at r

E $5.00; Ervin Higginbotham, contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on county physician, $5.; S. B. Donmark, her moorings., The only movement-she Must Be Giving Unijetsal' Satisfac .ion .
$150; John McLennon, $6.00; Caroline A. is allowed to make under the regulations -
feed for prisoners $73.20 Geo.
contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on) ;
is to sink when at last she
t Griffis, $4.00; Ira Breeze, $7.00; can
contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston on Gardiner, case Jesse' Morgan et al,
: Nora Rawlins, $t.00; Amanda Thomas withstand the gale no longer. J. R. Davis & Co. Starke F
' contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on $2.24; S. B. Denmark, do., $9.10; Ida Throughout the service, both in the a. -

$4.00;; Lee Crosby, $10.00; Eme- contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on Williams, witness, $1.50; Jim Hornsbydo lighthouses and on the vessels thereis

line Griffis $2X0 Ervin Griffia, $3.00; contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on I $150; Joe Truby, do., $1.00 Geo. one object one dominating creedto -

a Mrs. D. M. McKnight, $5.00.. G. J. contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on I A. Gardiner, case W. L. Bobbett $3.- keep the light burning and the
Campbell, $2.00; J. B. Johns, $5:00; contract, $50.00.G. C. Livingston, 28; S. B. Denmark, do $19.80; Frank whistle blowing. This is the supreme ... ---==---=-=.=- ="'Y =- .-
t Viney Lee, $4.00; Banner Dyal, $4.00; oni I work of the men's existence. And it
Brown witness $2.00 John Gardiner,
G. C. ;
contract, $50.00; Livingston, on
Darling Sisters, $10.00; Nancy Varns, I would bring them deserved recognition International
r. -ontract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on do $2.00; Dave Gillmore, do, $2.00; T. if the Harvester
Wade government.ever published a list
Newman Children I
$&.00 $5.00;
; extract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on j i N. Kendrick, juror, $1.00; A. A. of those who nave lost their lives in

McKnight, $3.00; Polly Ann Rhoden, contract, $50.00; G'C. Livingston, onj I Wainright, do, $1.00; J. C. Crews, do, the line of such perilous duty. I Farm Wagons i ii

$5.00; WiU Hampton, $3.00; Lizzie contract, $50.00; G. C. Livingston, on j $1.00; Tate Kite, do, $1.00 J. R Dover, For about $0.000.000 a year these men ,

Willis, $4.00; Mrs. John' Norman, contract, $50.00; W. A. Bessent, :1 do, $1.00; Robert Kite, $1.00; Geo. .A and their craft save from disaster the i I t !

support of Orphan _Children, $5.00; Gardinerfi case Robert Fleming $2.- billions of dollars' worth of shipping !
committeeman, $15.00; W. F. Malphur I LIi r rrJ
Rufus Jackson, $4.00 Mrs. N. D. and commerce that come to American
; 08 S. B. Denmark do $2.90 Geo. W.
1 day inspecting drainage district, $3.- ; ;
t Newman, $10.00; Riggs Sisters, $5.00; 00; Jas. E. Black, 1 day inspecting Baisden, do, $1.00; A. G. Dyal, $1.00; shores.Popular Magazine. :
" Dick Wood !.OO Mrs. "Banner r I
; $: ; Dyal,
drainage district, $3.00; U. D. Miner, Geo. A. Gardiner, case Ruban Baker,
a $-loo Susan; Kelly, $3.00 Henry Pad- THANKS FOR A FAVOR.
; ;
t 1 day inspecting drainage dstrict, 3. $3.88; S. B. Denmark, do, $10.40; J.
1k., gett, $5.00; Wm. Lang, $3.00; Elizabeth -
witness Carl Privett
00. Total, $1479.43.BUILDING Stallsby, $3.40; 1.
Johns 84.00; Mrs. L. L. Hagan, The Lady and the Baker and a Little ,
do, $3.40; Link Mosely, do, $3.40;
FUND F. N. An- Bit of .
$5.00 John J. Rosier $3.00 Mrs.Nancy a Surprise.It
; ;
Sammie do B. W.
Riggs, $3.00; Rachel Stokes, drews, com as treas, $5.43. Strong, $3.40; was after dark. 'and the French .

j $3.00. Total $:!OO.50. ROAD< AND BRIDGE FUND juror, $1.00; J. R. Dover, do, $1.- baker was about to close his shop ) !

00; L. J. Smith, do, $1.00; Geo. Gowando when the telephone bell rang."Mr. .
GENERAL FUND A. B. Sur- Joe Carlos, gen road work, $28.10; 9
$1.00; Ben Kite, do, $1.00; Arthur Ovens?"
;ti t rcncy, 1 day with Board, $7.20; C. A. Charlie Young, gen road work, $33.20; "Yes. ma'am." 1 ." ,
Chase, do, $1.00; Geo. A. Gardiner,
;r .:Roberts, 1,day with board $7.40; B.Via' W. B. Waters, gen road work, 30.00; Jesse "This is Mrs Jimley of Hlckorynnt I l
case Byrd, $3.32; S. B. Den .
1M. Dowling, Conic on taxes for 1913,' Henry Williams, gen road work, $9.80 mark, do, $8.05; Geo. W. Baisden, wit- street""Yes. t The I ll C Line TTNTILyoa see the 1914 W ber-and! :

,$182. 0; J. W.'Andrews &: Son, hauling Sam Croft, gen road work, $3.75; A. Mrs. Jlmley. Columbus
I, ness, $1.00; W. W. Baisden, do, $1.00; wIMBll'.J' wagons, you cannot:be; .
;;' ; Counter for vault, $1.00; Geo. D. W. McLeod, gen road work, $3.00.B. "I am giving a supper tonight andI

'Barnard &: Co., Smead Bandless files, B. Waldron, gen road work, $64.00; W. J. Thomas, do, $2.00; Henry Coon, discover that I need half a dozen Bt,' := posted on. the latest improvements.on:farm, iU..

Marshal Bruce & Co. record L M. Waldron road work do, $2.00; A. G. Dyal, do, $2.00; H. more rolls. Could I trouble you to Rtkn. Stackn wagons. Weber and ,Columbus, wagons,,
41' .$26X8; : gen $3.75; -
Austin A. A. A-gradf built to the highest standardssfaevery-
juror, $1.00; Wainright, send them over? fir,
jtax ,sale certificates, $:3.67; Quigley : L. J. Waldron, gen road work, $20.00; CORN MACHINES detail are also- A
do Tate Kite 'do J. R. "I'm ma'am but I haven't
$1.00 $1.00 ,
; ; sorry a FietunKifcnb :
Lumber & Supply Co., work on cess David Haines gen road work, $15.00; roll left in the Pkitan. The Fifth Wkel Farm Ik Market '
Dover, do, $1.00; Gib Hollingsworth, store nor even a loaf of a Only Wagons JOB :
,pool, $1.80; City Light and Water Timothy Johnson, gen road work, $15 EniU|* ojnwCE
; bread. We are sold clear out tonight""This .
do, $1.00; Roger Wells, do, $1.00; J. The International fifth wheel (patent applied for).
:Plant, lights $3.80; Bradford County Leslie Lee, gen road work, $18.75 P. is is
; very provoking, said Mrs. worth a trip to town to see. Because prevents
L Warren 1-2 at
Telegraph( publishing treasurer's re-. F. Adams, gen road work, $7.50; J. phone jail, $1.00; Jimley. "Are you sure you haven't ::s.Da ssr Barren e4, the pulling up or pitching of the root.bolster; it i l- \
Geo. A. Gardiner C. N. Jackson :
for Fcbruray and March, $6.00; I J. Croft, lumber grove bridge, '$8640 case anything that would do?" i CiUnton one of the best improvements ever put OIl the;farm.
r. y. irt' I \ $3.12; Geo. A. Gardiner, do, $1155; "There isn't in the thatI CENEJtALUXKOtfTncten : wagon. It means no more bent and,broken-king
v!"'ft/ 1 fkr_ with bear=. j.r. ; Jas. E. Ycusg, nails, $6.15; Charley witness Jessie a thing place OI'! Cu E ,iMI pins-no more bent and broken circle irons'=longer r
C. P. $1.00
I ; would care to sell ma'am. Holdon.
x E. N. Andrews, Wm M trcaa. .. |12.90jdE. I Young, labor on bridge, $5.00; Johnson do A. A. Wainright you MuwtS.r,,Jcn life.for the wagon, and easier work:;for.the.horses. '
I 1 $1.00; though. There's a half dozen fresh CnuiFtmWuMt Scparall See the
International wheel Weber and
: Croft supervisoi of registra- Joe McCarlos, labor on bridge $2.50 -oa -
; Cv i ; juror, $1.00; Robert. Kite, do, $1.00; rolls on my own supper table right : Columbus-wagons. '

IS"r -tion, $30.00; A. Z. Adkins, county attorney i Robert Showers, team on road, $24.- H. Austin, do, $1.00; Tate Kite, do, now. I could let you have those if you TkraknCnaDriQi N UrTncftt : If you will write to us,we will sen/you catalogues

; 10.00; W. T. Weeks, 1 month 00; Ira Thomas, contract, $75.95; H. $1.00; J. R. Dover, do, $1.00; J. L. think they would do. My kids can eat Federate : and information about this and improvements

; r I elerk 'and paid frieght, $50.75; F. L. A. Brannen, gen road work, $10.25; Smith, do, $1.00; Geo. A. ''Gardiner, crackers" instead. They'd rather, any bif.Cri hn! on farm the wagons and will tell youiwhwa.yoUi mar KMywlvia

k i ;Zilliam; month janitor, .$17.50; S. S. Gillen axe shovels, ete, $6.20; W. way. Bee wagons.
j4: case Floyd Green, .$3.25; S. B. Den-
S. Croft inspecting. $10.00 F. N. An- "Those will do very nicely. Mr. WemationalHarvetter Company AmesJ
B. Denmark 1 day with board. $4.00; ; mark, do, $10.25; Miriam Sapp, witness Ovens. Will you send them over soon.

J: L. Warren, phone, $3.00;' Mrs. Nina -! drews, treasurer, $31.80; John Blair, $250; Mrs. B. H. .Damond, 'do, please z.aclwon .

work 3en'road work, $15.00 Tom Jonas, D Io Fla. '
,,; Williams demonstration ; $1.80; Geo. A. Gardiner, case Gus S Right away ma'am. The boy has
1 $75.00; S. B. Denmark, 1 day with Cen road work, $4.00; Benj. Gainey, Davis, $2.08; S. B.1 Denmark, do, $5.- gone for the night. but I'll take themto Ga than Deering HcGnicfc' + [i>dsaue (Mm* Flu'

v board, $4.00; A. B. Surrency, 1 day cen road work, $3.00; A. A. Walker 60; Henry Duggin, do, $2.00; James you myself." .

with board, $4.00; S. T. Dowling, 2 gen road work, $12.00; M. M. Mitchell, Reynolds, witness, $2.00; Geo. A,Gar- In a minute or two he stood on her

days with board and mileage, $10.20; ditching (cont) $40.00; Strickland &: diner, case Harry Robinson,, $3.35; front steps ringing: the bell and feeling

W, S. Croft, 1 day with board, $4.00; I Ball1 shovel, $.75; G. W. Whitemore, S. B. Denmark, do, $10.60; T. W. well pleased with himself that he'could

a 0. L. Mizell demonstration work, !t.bg: : (contrat) $71.00; C. H. Harrison do some one a kindness.
Sweat Arthur Montgomery 1.
case Mrs. Jimley opened the door and
; $45.00. Total $539.70. gen road work, $62.00; C. A. 88; Mally Jones, do, $3.50; S. D. took the packages from his hands. Bradford County lit

DRAINAGE FUND F. N. Andrews Roberts inspecting roads, $10.00; J. Dukes, do, $2.20; H. Austin, juror Then she said in icy tones: r

com as treas, $10.28; Quigley, H. Griffis, work on pub road, $8.75; J. Lottie Moore ,$1.00; Geo. A. Gardiner "The next time you bring any goods

'- grade stakes, '$4.10; R. S. Morgan, H. Ritch, contract grading road $192.15 .- case 'W. M. Gallie, $2.08; S. B. here Mr. Ovens I wish you would remember Abstract Company .

clearing right of way, $10.50; J. A. ; Coleman Crawford, work on road, Denmark, do, $4.85; Mary Fields, to ring the basement belL I

Morgan, clearing right of way, $35.50 40.68; G. W. Carlisle, gen road work, witness Harry Roberson, $1.60. ; E. can't have" tradesmen coming to the A complete BradFord County lands

a J. W. Edwards, team for engineer, 42.00; H. Nichols, gen road work, $3.- Johnson, do, $1.50; Howard Thomas, front door. -Newark News Land Titles Real Estate Investment I ;

.. $4.50; P. R. Prevatt, Board engineer, 00; Louis Roberts gen road work, do, $1.60; J. C. Manning, juror,. $1.00; He Knew. I

$=1.50 Johnson &: Anderson, auto hire, 21.75; W. S. Johns, gen road work, Ij
; J. F. Kickliter, do, $1.00; Tate Kite, "If 1 were you." his wife said, "I'd

t $3.00; G. C. Livingston, cutting right $ 8.j0; Walter Howard, gen road do, $1.00; Will Miner, do, $1.00; Jacob go to that man lUll tell him exactly .

,'z eel way, $3.00;' Johnson &: Anderson,I work, $66.50; Sam Williams, gen road Johns, do, $1.00; Roland Bryan, what \ thought uf b "m. He lied to you. The town that never has anythingto IN CIRCUtr COUR 8TH JUDICIAL tlRr..

auto hire, $20.50; J. W. Andrews & \work, $9.75; Brady Bryant, gen road do, $1.00; F. M. Byrd, case Lottie and you uugr1! to tell him that you do in a public way, is on the way cm or FLORIDA

Son, teams for engineer, $9.50; J. A.I work, $19.75; A. S. Tylor, lumber, Moore, $.85; Geo. A. Gardiner, do, know it. I If I were you I'd let him to the cemetery. Any citizen who BRADFORD COUNTY
clearing right of $28.- $4.80; B. D. Andrews gen road work, know just h.uv I <]<>si pked[ him. I'd DONIE GLOVERVS. i
: Morgan, way, $3.22; S. B. Denmark, do, $23.00; will do nothing for his, town is Lelp- ,
50 H. B. Weest engineer in .charge $1.25;, Ernest Langfor4, gen road hare the -ali flrtillI of making him JOHN GLOVER
; Josh Foster, witness, $8.50; Dave feel asliiiiiiril of lihiisflf""No. iny to dig the grave. A man that BILL FOR
work, $3.50; T. B. Rosier, gen road Jackson do $8.50 Eddie McIntire do the town furnishes the coffin. DIVORCE.NOTICE .
; in.i d''i'.r.! he replied! "you curses
b work, $3.50; L A. Sapp, gen road $5.00; Arthur Winfield, do, $5.20; Willis wouldn't t'i auytUIuu:; <.f the kind. It The man who is so selfish as to haveno THE STATE TO OF APPEAR FLORII/A- '

MR.LEWIS RIFFLE tells brat work, $3.00; Henry Thornton, gen : Rodgers, do, $3.60; Gus Gay, do, you were i::+- you'd tlu jet as I'm do time from his business to give to To.It having John Glover.been shown Greeting by affidyrit: 'tbalt tile

experience with cough and colds road work, $3.50; W. H. Carter, gen 3.10) ; A. A. Wainright, juror, $1.00; ing. This fi-liow! weighs lifty pounds/ city affairs is making the shroud. Defendant John Glover M a nen-nsidenc of
road work $22.20; E. J. Tison gen more than I In. iiil they tell me lies the State of Florida and that the resident
who will not
Roger Wells do $1.00 Wm. F. Edwards The
that lead to nervousness aDd debility. ; ** man of- said Defeqtiant i II at Climax. Couucy er
road work, $2.20; M. W. Mann, gen ;, do, $1.00; Tate Kite, do, $1.00; one of the lut Ixixers: in this towu. driving the hearse.. The man who is D.eator. State of Georgia, uid that said
: road work, $22.50; A. D. Andrews Chicago Iecw'd-herald. Defendant U over the age of tweafr-oae .
J. R. Dover, do, $1.00; B. D. Kelly J. -- always pulling back from any public years. -
Mercantile Co., shovels etc., $3.75; the It is therefore ordered, ecjuidered aM ad-
P., case Charlie, Willilams, $2.08; P. Her Library.It enterprise throws bouvueta on i
judgel that said Defendant John GTBver do
C. B. Cason work grader etc. $8'95 .
Colds are often f". ;;.r on i S. Denmark, do, $7.45; W. W. Bais- Is clear that the youn; women grave. The man who is so stingy as- appear to the Complairauc's Bill of Com

aggravated the Summer during ';. ; Clarence Ritch gen road work, den, washing blankets, $3.00. Total, who figure iu this little conversationfrom to be howling hard times, preachesthe June plaint A.herein D. 1914.on in or default before the whereof 22nd a day decree of

Inactive F\. $7.50; Lonnie Thompson, gen road 39448. the !\t'York=. Telegraph were funeral, sinys the doxology, and pro confesso will be.entered' against the.said.
because .
work, $7.50; 0. M. Alvarez, rep ir to no blue stockings: all John Gr ver. TIt
aI the lies buried from
towels and a thus town is further ordered that tni notice be.
etomach out of tf' t bridge, $2.50; Frank Jonas, v.Tork"asper After a deal of worry and study we Amy-1 don't know what to give sorrow and care. Red Springs (N. published in the Brsiiord County Telegraph

rder are prime :>: .,.r,':;,a..., contract, $12.00; J. L. Jones, workon have last Gladys for a birthday.: She has a gold a newspaper published; at Starke in Bradford -
at figured out how Citizen. Florida
': so many C.) county one* each week for five
eautes in keepIng ;'ii ,.K road, $3.75; Bud Sullivan, cuttingout II. mesh bag. she hus-u wrist watch: she consecutive weeks. t.
.. editors rich. Here is .
t the
-_1 a cold f rom. ",';'.,< \., ;#:-X",'<,:!.''i,<.....' log, $.25; B. Dupree, gen roadwork country get has a silver toilet set-ob. she has everything In Witness Whexof. t haft hereunto setrey
getting well. \ > secret of their success: Telegraph $1.50 per. year. hand and affixed! the seal of our'Cir
G. C. workon cult Court on this the 13th day of Hay A. D.
$23.12; Livingston, .
Pe-ru-na has 0.f.,'i There is a child born in the neigh- Pearl Well give her a book m. -

+? very bene11c1al'laxative k' bridge, $2.00; Caesar Davis, build borhood; the attending physilian gets Amy-No; she has a book too. W. T. WEEKS. Clerk....
qualities ing bridge, $2.00; Ennis Benton, genII NOTICE OF ELECTIONBy L. S. By R. A. Weeks q;, C.
that neutral- $10; the editor gives the loud-lunged the power vetted in the Beard of Public A. Z. Adki s Solicitor for Ccmp.Hay .
; tie such condi Mr. Lewis Riffle. road work $14.37 G. Dupree gen road youngster a great sendoff and gets Her Father's Car. Instruction by the school,laws of Florida li5tMAKE

dons Its tonic ingredients tone up work, $13.75; Hilliard .Johnson, gen $0 It is christened; the minister "Where were you last night?" asked elections of June are 1914 hereby at ordered the following held on places the tth for

t7 the system and thus -Invigorate thetomach'8 road work, $5.00; Mr. Terrie, repair- gets $5 and the editor gets $00. It one girl of another."I the day election of three trustee and to determine
functions to normal activtty. ing bridge and road work, $35.00; Ed was out riding with father in his the amount of millage to pe assessed: YOUR OWN t
grows up and marries; the editor Guilford establishing district and electing
Lewis, repairing bridge $3.00; R. S. trustee inspector H. U. Williams James
Mr. Riffle's experience is especiallyInteresting publishes I ,! another long-winded, flow- "But I did not know your father has! Pearce C. C. Dubberly one of thethree to PAINT
at this time of the :year because Humphrey, work on road per con-!:s i cry article and tells a dozen differentlies an automobile. act a* clerk. I
It shows'the close relationship tract, $40.56: DeWitt C. Jones, lumber Starke inspectors Smith Crew. Joe An-
about "the beautiful and accom- "He hasn't: he is a motorman.Indianapolis drews. Jr. L. V. Moore one to act u clerk. I YOU Uill SAVE
h there is between a nervous breakdown and nails $7.75: Town of Starke, 1-2 plished bride;" the minister gets $10 News. Long Bridge inspector J. E. Adkins B. CO ds. PER GAL
:1 and a neglected cold. on repair on Reinohl Bridge $2.78 F. Renfroe. S. C. Crews one to act u clerk. .
Pe-ru-na should be kept in the home ; and a piece of cake; the editor gets Others Little Springs incpectors W. D. Dukes. :THIS: IS HOW s
Quigley Lumber & Supply Co., lum-:' There Wiley Williams S. W. OuBose. one to act S
at all times, that a cold upon Its first $000, and a request to carry the
appearance may be treated promptly ber, $18.05; John Uglow,,repairing &: groom's subscription another vMaud-You used to think that Jack as Brook's clerk G. R. Groover.x T. U Chancey D. .G. Buy 4 gals.L.c .M.Semi-
end J successfully. This often saves building bridges, $2.50; Litchfield year. was one in a thousand. Ethel (who Blume one to act u elerk. Mixed Real Print $&40' _
money and time and what Is more Bros. work contract In the course of time she dies; the broke engagement) do still but I've Pine Hill, inspectors A. B. Sumner G. And3gsls.LansecdOa
+ Important a great deal of vitality. as. per $36.00; doctor gets from $5 to $100, the min- discovered be isn't the only one fn .a W. Hasen F. L. Colson. one to act u cLrl-G. to mix with. it 2.1gMates7g&a.Fdntfor0 ( -
A. A. Hazen, baL on bridges as Vanderbilt. inspectors F. M. Norman. J.
Mr. Riffle"of T$8 Gautenbein Ave. per ister gets from $5 to $50, and the thousand.-Boston TranscriptMaking Crews, L. L. Sapp one to act U clery. .:)
Portland. Ore. writes: 1 have found contract $47.35; J. W. Wilkinson, 14 editor publishes a notice of the death New River, inspectors S. B. Colsct. D. W. -
Pe-ru-na 'a most remarkable medicine 1-2 days on road $17.84; ; T. D. Boy}do Wort Kelly. W. H. Green one to act &. elerk. It's only $1.50 per gd.
and the
obituary two columns long R. D. Griffis J.
for building up the system andS Pine Grove inspectors
and colds."I 14 1-2 days on road. $17.81; M. Kelly, lodge resolutions lot of Dnbbltjgh-Miss Sharp called me a GrifTis G. M. Futeh. one to act as clerk. The t.A W. glUI-JelxtD I ertr4L
r curing coughs a anda
poetry Reddish W. u.w.L"Cr.llUNSEL"CU" : .
Drew Is WiUTf:
1 day work, $155; Sam Mott, 2 1-2 fool Do took like a fool? Dawson Heilbronn, inspectors PAINT t-CU.e _
took it for four weeks few
a card of thanks and gets 0000. No C. Wainwright W. E. Davis one to. act u t"t2beatkuoxa p
months ago when I was all run down days work $$2.81 John Groover 3 da No. you do not. She couldn't have clerk taint materials for lOt year.
'a nervous and debilitated and it quickly work; $3.75; Claud Mott, 3 days on worder so many country editors get. Judged you by, your looks.-Boston Baiford. inspector D. B. Browning G, W. Uce & e-l.crt of Inv y;: oay and If rtt the .
restored health. rich.-Exchange. N"'dce. W. W. Roberts one to act aa clerk. t'ltpmt made,thqsl ilra tdeyitntand get
; my road, $3.75; E. B. Andreu, work, on Transcript.The Lake Butler inspectors T. C. Fletcher. T. yaw sleety bacit it a ,
"I always keep it on hand, as a few road, $28.12 Leonard Fowler P. Reg ster. M. H. liarkey one to act u
sei will cure a cold if taken in time." ; gen To Prevent Blood Poisoning I clerk.Providence.
People who object to liquid medicines road work, $1.25; A. G. Dyal gen, avarice of the miser may be inspectors J. D. Harden J, J. DE WITT C, JI.f'ES. .
apply at once the wonderful old reliable .
1 termed the grand sepulcher of all his W. B. Shalkr. to act u clerk
road work Belling. one
5 A.
cam" now "obtain ,Pe-ru-na $18 ; B. Surrency, inspecting ANTISEPTIC HEALING OIL,a rai1 other F. G. SCHELL.
X&blati $4.00 W. T. Weeks -:.cai dressing that relieves pain and beaU at passions I Secretary and Supt. Schools.
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I} /At the reunion last weeDt** ;Jacksonville of the ordinary: Mr. Lttsen preserved -
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the battle' flag of the 76th his find and ia nw exhibiting it, -

: Ohio regiment waa returned a committee having breagfat it"-to the Press office

; : l LIVE ,STATE NEWS from that regiment- fter remaining ',this morning.' The blade,' wnich; as When You WantA

in the.hands of -the Confederacy stated, is perfectly formed has escaped j

'r for 51 years. Fiwveterans, '' damage'--and presents a nice apI I

II- W composing commission ;named by pearance. The blade) which is1 of a J

:' i Tbiagt That .ABB Happening la'Florida .as Told Gov. Cox of Ohio were present to receive kind of sandstone,':Instead *of the usual I Horse A Mule

t, I the revered banner:and impres- flint, is seven inches in length I it

I .$j Our Exchaagcs. TJ' sive ceremonies marked eta return. and the cutting edge three inches in

II,width, the "blade tapering to a thin I ri i t

-r The 24th Anneal {Confederate Re- and narrow-point Mrs. Letsen, who Buggy Wagon .

union in' Jacksonville was a success accompanies !her husband this morn- I
.Aalhopy: th t Florida In a long time was nafleflast .
Word CHMBtorn'. I CattJefco. from every standpoint. It is estima- ing,fe ls-sure-that the instrument has
cantaloupe jhipmenta and J.J. "Whidden and G. W. Mann: ted that 80,000 people were in attendance .a. history hat might,prove'interesting

a about the 2i'fhdibis.moatLExteD-: :being> :made to They add; ,to'fiebert Day of California including 15,600 veterans and and perhaps'harrowing, should it ev- A Set of Harness
.,rite prepwatioM er become 'knoWn the instrument
-ana A. J. Adamson of Canada 38- Jacksonville did herself credit roy- ,
handle the coop. ally entertaining the veterans and might lave ;been 'one 'of tortUreas
000 :CK8 of ranch land and 9,000bead .
visitors. General Bennett H. Youngwas well as usefulness.-Ft Myers Press.A .
ff :cattletthe considerafien be-
Bate CoonUGrowers Asso- t t I Come to See Us Tf
The first ing nearly $30Q,000.Samuel re-elected 'eommander-in-chief'l I
dition will MmmencB bo'lotidits: and Richmond, Va., was selected as I Plant City dispatch says: Twentyrone % -
of Irish polatoe*'.Monday. Farmers 'thousand nine hundred and i -
.car the meeting place Jor 11915.
We buy in car lots and give our customers :
.and i dhe crop Wash Brought to fhlsioffice I v
are digging now I forty-two crates of cukes, beans; po-
8acclenny six white Bermuda onion'that I the benefit of the lowest prices.
promises to lie A sneees That 5,000 troops will be mobilizedat tatoes-and tomatoes, or about seventy ..
t.Times. ought lio"encourage anyone In. the Pensacola Is based partly on the cars lave 'been shipped to northern

cultivation. of'ifcis staple crop The Fort I markets from Plant City in the past
fact that the quartermaster at
,The city ranncil urf -Nar.S J1D8 onions were nearly all the same size Barancas has sent to several large six days, netting the local growers j

Jias established ..publicplayground.ior he' Da1Iest'mie measuring aHittle supply firms blank proposals for fur- approximately 32000. Price on the J1ANDREZ&'SON't

its yowgsters..Tlis.is.an excellent over twelve mmes in circumference nishing large 'qUantities'of suppliesin ) cubes and the potatoes have averaged

,idea, and other .towns.wouldO and the largest one a little t>ver fifteen the way of"bread, vegetables, fresh about $1. Tomatoes have ranged from

well to follow the .eiampk-in their 'inches. They were raised con his meats, eta These are extra suppliesin $Izo; 'to' $2.00 per crate, yet ship- .
J. t
place :at: Eldora. New Smyrna '
ments are yet light Robert Daniels
,,early.hist addition to ihe regular allotment .1
I Sneeze.Pensacola.. Starke FloridaMASTER'S
shipped three solid cars. The potato
i of orders and 4he bids are all condi- ,

,.At its Hng.inJackaonTiUe.last tional on the continuation of the or-_:season is practically ever. Beans and

:.Ttek the Confederate .Memorial ,Association .-President C E. ;:Dobsan der for -an indefinite period. Forces;-cllkes will last for a few weeks lon-

', adopted ..a ,resolution., petitioning -! of the chamber, of commerce, of men nave already been placed at 1 t ger. Tomatoes is the big crop yet at,

congress io return .the. war vbo :has;been Washington gar the work at Barancas clearing off the ihan'd.;: Light shipments of corn, pepper PETITIoK

cotton tax to the Southern.States ,to past month stated ,it is the ;plan of site of the proposed camp betweenthe | eggplant, squash, etc, are going Notice is hereby given SALE.that under and by We. the undersigned voters and tax-payers

be used, in pensioning Confederate the.navy department to so .enlarge post and ffhe national cemetery,forward. In the five weeks of the virtue -of a final decree of foreclosure made of a sub-school district to be established Mi
and Tendered April 29th 1914. by the Judge,. known as Roberts Sub-School District hereby
the naval aeronautical station at.Penaapola
spring vegetable shipping :
'Ycterans. where the army officers have selecteda I of the Circuit court of the Eighth judicial petition the honorable Bond of School Commissioners
as:to make it .the greatest in place for the pitching of tents. It Plant City has consigned a total ,of circuit of Florida. in and for Bradford eooaty of Bradford County for an election
ia chancery in favor of G. F. Martillie. com
to establish this Sub-Scboal District bounded
Governor Trammel: :&1)8 .that he the world. All If the machines-now is the general :presumption that the. 284 cars netting local growers approximately pla JWat.and against Willie E. Barclay: and u f follows: ;
in Mexico will return to Pensacola assocn mWXL This includes W. C. Barclay her husband defendants, the Commencing at the Northeast corner of
\.1ri11.order a redaction.of,at,least one troops to "be mobilized are regulars undersigned will offer for sale before the See. 22, Tp. 4. Range III 'E. and ran south
as flat disturbance is CJVerand no part of the $175,000 strawberrycrop. court house door at Starke. Florida, during
.miU.b the peuion.tax1clr.l914..since coming from the Atlantic seaboard, on See. line to township }>ne dividing Townships =_
", the state compirolkr.assure8.him the'department &sn plans to utilize and will"be assembled to be moved at: The $140,000"orange crop.and the 191(legal.to the:,hours highest of and sale best on bidder Monday:for June cash,the 1st. range four line and dividing five Banger thence 'S.19 on and said 20;line thence to-

this can.be done without Any embarrassment the navy:yard saran aviation station, a moment's ndWe'by transports tc I -the'$20,000 cabbage crop which moved following Bradford described real State estate of Florida lying and, to-wit beingin south on said line to sou$*ast corner of See-,
county :
to the stale .reducing the, spending large arms ,of money 'in Mexican: ports. ( prior to the present shipping season North half of Southwest quarter and Southeast tion 12 line Tp.to 5.Swift Bg. 19.Creei Thence: :' thence west southwest on section ,
being .paid brir gingabout the.changes desire and does not include Plant City's quarter of Section TwentJ-8ht, Township along said creek to West'line of Section 18;
of pensions now ,
amount Four. South, Range Twenty-one East eon- thence north to northwest of
I M'J. tributary points or Knights Youmans taming two hundred forty acres, fore or leas corner one-half
the,yeterans.The The Times-Union says: "Old Divinity tion 16; thence west on aeetion line
S. Crews
Atwood Smitb,;the Saurian, came Haw-'Dover, Sydney, Turkey Creek, Welcome \tt. Special Master in Chancery. mile: thence,north on senor fine of Section .
more correctly speaking, 8; to north line of See.;:8; thence north oa
with his friends Hopewell and Coronet. The ad- Thos. W. Fielding Solicitor for Complainant.
to town Satuzdaytfternuin section line to Baker line thence
Kissimmte .Board Jradejs and H. Divinity, an old negro man of i May 1- t. county ; east
bringing a;huge alligator. lie !.dition of the produce of these points along said Baker county line to point of
.the .best the ante-bellum is of .
going to offer Adzes for purely days one beginning.And .
kind this "gator with his rifle abort i-would increase tire total greatly. further. to vote non the nOlage tt ..
understood here the
kept yards in that city. Jt.is : the prominent'visitors at re NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.
I be assessed and for the purpose of electing a
a mile south of town near the Flood hails from Mc- Thirty days after the first publication of board of
that there are,a number,of pret- union. Old Divinity three trustees for the said sub-school
this notice I will apply to. the Honorable district ,
ity yards and lawns in JOssimmee;bat place.The fellow weighed 400 poundsand Comb City, Miss.,and he is dressed in !I Telegraph $1.50 a year. too. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford Names: John Crews, G, F..'Alderman, J; U b.
measured eleven :feet in' length. EoHder. County Florida, for an order to sell at private Roberts Mr. C. A. JOiD .
tof Confederate
,the board ,.of Trade thinks Ibis win .. full regalia a *t' JL H. Williams,
sale the undivided fourth
Mr. Smith 'said it took four one interest Mrs. Joe Loodhatter. J.-C. Pearce W.' K
stimulate even greater Interest in the strongmen Old Divinity was wounded twice during NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS I each ,of A. C. Taylor and E. C. Taylor, minor Taylor. J. .Cruse. W. W.' jariUiams. C. C.
his out of the heirs of W. H. Taylor deceased. In and to Ml
to pull lordship Douberly. -
tkeeping. of.pretty places..Demetrios the war, >onetime at Seven Pines Hereby notice ia given to all creditors, the following described lands situated in April 10-6t .
water. The exhibition .of this huge and the other time at ChanceUors- 'l>gatees and distributees and all 'persoDS'having i Bradford County Florida to-vh: .
the streets created .much North East Quarter of the South East A PETITION. "' .- .
claim Demand tb
'gator en against
: any or ,
ville. He was, during the war, the Gtn>rti> of Section '
K. Karamsnos, a Greek r (19)) Township (6S, Graham F..,'' 4 ,
May nit '
comment-it being the largest alEgaior estate of W. H. Livers, deceased.'late of the! Pane: : East
(2 ) containing 40
Juts bodY guard "of Capt. :William Rea a I acres moreor To the Honorable Board of Public In-
of Jacksonville
;resident, seen in this neck d the woods in [ Town of Starke. Cconty of Bradford, StsUot !' :lesa. st'UctiolL We the undersigned patrons of ; '.
Old Divinity
fetters patent; 'on a new diving bell dashing young Virginian. Florida, to present any and all,such clatraor Mrs. J. E. Taylor Graham Sub District }(e. il petition your
while. Ft Meade Leader. Guardian of said Minors.
quite a Honorable Board exited
quitted Virginia some years demands to the undersTied executor within our boundary
i which promises to revolutionize 'the f May g-fit. lines to take in"1 Seetiras ts. 16 17. '18
,.sponge gathering and similar jndus- ago and has of late been a resident ofMississippi two years the time prescribed by law or 22. 27, and.W% of Seeiwi* .14,, 23 and W,'
The fishing for blue fish, pompano His heart turns back, this notice will be pleaded In bar thereof. all in Tp 7 South R. 21UJ, J
tries "The I inventor is planning to THIS THE 8TH DAY 'OF MAY. 1S14. Com 0d Sons, Otter Reels "Won't Can.The ., C. B. Roberts, Chesley Fors. S. D. Dukes, f
.erect:4 plant for the manufacture:of and mackerel is very good at pres- however, to the battlefields of Virginia J. E. FUTCH. worst cases,so matter of howlo&K tanding,,+ ernathy.R. N. Dowling J. A. James feywlds, E. D. As-
;the apparatus in Jacksonville ent, good catches being reported, but and the battles which were foughtby Executor of the Last Will end Testament ol f are cured. by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.Porter' Byrd, H. D. Wasdin.Groves T.I W.* C.Wasdia.Smith D'; J S '

littfe, mullet is teeing caught.'Thompson the army of Northern Virgnia.. W. H. Rivers, deceased. Antiseptic Healing OiL' It relieve!) F. ,G, Schell. ,1 j d
PaiaaniHeals tie
at time.
May 8-St. same 2Sc:.sac.SLQ( May 8-8. Seey. aid Supt -
Bros., with ten to fifteen boats' There is a pride in the life of Old Divinity -
Nine "naked bakers' were fined $11
and crew of twenty.five men,.are do- for he followed both Jackson .a'
each yesterday. morning by Judge Gotten __:: : 'iI'. .',>
for mullet '
t for violation of the food ing most of the fishing and Lee. 1: i t.
pure Vickers and Foreman, with eight ;
laws. Each of the nine had been
boats and a crew of ten or more, are : .
i' Pensacola.Two steam trwlers
taken from Ybor City bakeries where }
, making I good catches of deep, water ,
about five hundred barrelsof
they were found ,Thursday night
fish. S. T: Davis and L. T. Daugh- which reached port: Health Drinks )
dressed in nothing but a piece of flour oyster i :
sad* while working in the shops. erty are a new firm with four boats yesterday, made the trip to the Trout .
. and of four who Monday nig.J'made
< I a ertw bayou field, where during the day A. ,
! a catch of 700 pounds of pom I
t1 all "planted" and the
they were
''M. L. Dekk is having the hay bar-
pano. Wade Rigby has charge of sels did the work in the of
vesttij on his alfalfa farm ten miles presence
fi south of; town., 1'his'is,the first cutting another.crew, who this week shipped quite a number of Pensacolians, who, For the Hot Weather '
their first fish.-Sarasota Times.
of the year and 'is averaging V bartering another local craft, went r
to the to watch the interestingwork. -
:. over a ton to the acre. There will be scene -
; not loci I than four cuttings for the The sloop :Italy reports a catch of Th second trip of the coupleof '. .

.! year.: Alfalfa -tay is worth $27a thirty-five sturgeon, which were disposed barges makes a total of one thous- and : 'to

:t I ton in Dothan now. No wonder Mr. of at a good price to the Bay and barrels of oyster plants which What is more refreshing health-building during the

-i Dekle expects to put out 100> acres.- City Packing Company. Following have been placed on the leased bot- long hot than good bottled ''b rfO '
" Malone Messenger. I this the sloop Little Joe brought in toms, and the 'probabilities are that summer pure i

II I I I thirty-three of the big .fish, which ,very soon Pensacola will not only be brands have a world-wide reputation for Purity Quality Y

Much interest is dally being manifested were sold to Mr. Rissitann. The Jes- furnishing every demand of the local ; : l

in the growing of strawberries: sie May reported a catch of four market which has not been done In and Flavor. .- -

in this section and over a "Lundred sturgeon. Several of the large fish the past, but ,that this point will,be t
' were caught in the river opposite the able to furnish supplies of the celebrated .
,acres will be planted this year. This :
is_ good news. Nothing can boost a city. Tuesday the Bay City Packing Escambia ,Bay product to the Bottled Beer Worth While { : ; r

z ;section more than the growing of Company received ten of the big fish epicures of the country.-Florida Me- !
,strawberries'and it is loped fanners and on Wednesday one. Wednesdaythe tropolis.J. I'-" .,. \

1 .\will enter the game here on a largeuleale.Macclenny.Times. 'Apala e Packfeg Lompaay re- Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribeat Beer: /., } ,',t

ported that they had purchased dur- D. Letsen, who with his family
Bottled Beer Pilsener Style Bottled specially for :Florida.. J \ i
the week 100 .
ing over sturgeon.Capt resides in Fort Myers. recently made I
'is.'t A home for "hoboes" -will be established I Mindigo Rocco reported thirty- a unique find in- Lake' Okeechobee- ,I Known and sold tie world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice 'malts and ) y

in Orlando if the plans of six to.his cred Apalachicola Times .while seining for fish with which the Absolutely the best bottled beer for its high quality for over 30 hops.order A great favorite.' One
win make -
lake abounds.. Cr. Letsen noticed that be Ask ., you a steady
the 'Rev. produced.
Mr. Willis are carried out. I can any- years. Must be good. Try it customer.
.j !Ir. Willis appeared before the city A car of tomatoes shipped to New something enmeshed in the web of his body. ("

.Cornell last week and stated his de- York on the 2nd inst., brought to J. net or seine, and upon investigationfound Per Case, 1 doz. small, $ 1.00 1 Dozen __ ___,;,, ;_,_ $1.00
small _____________ ----
I 1 Doz, $1.50 5 Dozen _____ ; __ $4.00
Flor- it to be perfectly shaped -
Sire tar R. Davis the of a :
rJi provide a home for the unemployed trucking king Per '
5 doz. small ___
case, $4.25
5 Dop., small $ 6.00 10 Dozen (1 C&skZ____ e
blade. ------------ $1.00
ida Another stone hatchet or tomahawk
$1,102.50. ship-
}! ,asking for an appropriation of car was
10 Dos, small $ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, $ 8.50 5 cask ; .
Lots cask
2 --------- ,---- per ; $ 7.50
$35 a ttonth to the cause. The matter -I ped a few days later but the price re- I Realizing that he had something out --
::1 i,
;,, was taken under advisement ceived has not been learned yet Mr. '

1$ II I 3a-rJ3 has probably the largest truck .SERIOUS ERROR IN STARKE EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE} ill

I Mr. C. A. Boynton of Homeland, farm under irrigation in the state; ]

' ;i ,.as in the city last week with a load 180 acres, of which 140 is tile drained Starke Citizens Will Do Well to Profit -

vt Bermuda onions which he had no and more than 100 acres has the by the Following. :
1 trouble, in disposing of to local mer- Skinner system of ,overhead irriga- <

\ chants. }[r. Boynton stated that on tion. He raised from three to five Many fatal cases of kidney disease

/l. small plat of ground he had already crops per year from the same land have reached an incurable stage be- I .

sold $50.00 worth of onions and that and a recent published statement over I cause the patient did not understandthe I Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit.. ,

he has only gathered part of the his signature gave the information I symptoms. Even today in Starke Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular stand in town. and at -
:1' 'erop.Bartow ,
that from the
the 100 under
Cwmer-Informant. : acres there are many residents making the "
*., Skinner system of overhead irrigation same serious error. They attribute the end of the season made a profit that will mean money,in the bank.Summer .

The Windsor Hotel in Jacksonville he netted $50,000 last year.-Bartow their mysterious aches and pains ito e j

iif will close for the Note in TimesUnion.S. Drinks That Sell '
<- summer next Mon- overwork, or worry, perhaps, when ; '
day, after breakfast to be opened for all the time their rheumatic pains, ,
... '
dinner Thanksgiving Day During the J. Sligh} stated this morning that backache and bladder irregularitiesare NEAR-IT RED HEART .BREW CIDER.; :* ( ,

nnuner this famous hostelry will be tomorrow he would begin packing to- most probably due to weak and .The best light brew made. Less '. ..

completely renovated and refurnished matoes for shipment from Orlando, ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your than 2 per cent, alcohol Bottled NonntoxicaUng. Less' than 2 All the, best kinds' in 1tockt; for

,and in addition the interior of the coming from the big gardens on the kidneys are out of order, profit by special for prohibition territory.PCT cent alcohoL Refreshing and- immediate "shipment : : ';

building will be considerably remod- "West Side," which for the past two this Starke resident's experience.Mrs. As near real beer as possible.' Healthful. s ", 4

t eled. Over $60,000 will be spent on weeks or more has furnished many J. D. Hurst, Starke, Fla., says: 10-Doz Cask _____________ $8.50 10-Dox Cask ________?_, $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon _:;GOe. :
the hotel before it opens again. barrels of potatoes and hampers of My back was very weak and lame .v

beans for the northern markets. The and I often found it hard to do my I All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want 1% to,
The Fort Meade Leader says: The potato shipments have closed and the housework. When I stooped I could Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow I5c Per Dozen for' Empty Bottles: ; .

,biggest deal consummated in South last of the beans will go out this week hardly straighten up. I ,was urgedto F. 0. B. Jacksonville,' Florida.. .' .
The dry season has had its effects try Doan's Kidney Pills and I did '- -- ..

z RUBMYTISMWill upon the crops, the potatoes only so. I have never been sorry I :
everaging about fifty barrels to the took this remedy as they straightened CHAS. x

cure your Rheumatism acre. Beans are also short. Pros- my back and the pains went away"' "

Neuralgia, Headaches Cramps, pects'are yet fairly good for the t oPrice 50c at all dealers. Don't \ Established Over 25 Years ReliableJacksonville '' '

Colic, Sprains Bruises, Cuts and Tnato crop, which is now ripening simply ask for a kidney remedy-get, Absolutely ..., ;.

rt Barns Old Sores,Stings of Insects Cuk':'!s are also coming in, and a few, Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that I r r : !
I ., Floridat't '
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used infernally shipments are being made this weekOrlando Mrs. Hurst had. Foster-Milburn Co.,,! _. .., '. : _, < ,,_'. 'J' ,' ," "'" "': :
: : :
and exteiaaJ'y. Price 25c, Reporter-Star. Props., Buffalo, N. Y.


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iJ! ;' Inftri:' Cmtja 'T BUILD SAMPLE ROAD he would rather lose a finger than disappoint POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.Patttkal .. ,,8RA.RO.uDT.oa.: :ILIL ILIIU. '

: ", ,-- __- ... Bradford munt;'has several' hundred the,"kid.." So:they continue teanooesmeafa. aot erenedjng me "
inch .. tenet, win be printed. under tailheatiac 'OB and after Sunday, Apr3 12 ? CHURCHESMMMM.4MI
cronies and
pals to the.very time
miles of bad and indifferent up tar the attorn price of live dollars. '

Lwl'. ...., Distaace, Phone i iJ roads and few miles of good roads. that ,the boy needs the father ,most, ia advance. 1914. trains- wili'rma. as follows:, ; -

( ,' NiabcrMftUiahed AU the road money ia used every year and the father needs the boy; then No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa,, dos. : Baptist.

,e ir in an attempt to repair and improvethe they separate. In the next five years FOB CONSTABLEI at Starke 11:02 k .
hereby announce Bieelf ae ,a candidate s.m. Be i '
( M.
'weekly aid catered miles of bad roads and the Y. M. C. A. secretary or the athletic for the, office1 of Constable for district No. ? Britten*, pastor
,. asec0od many eoach'tan 100" .. (Starke) subject to the action of the dear No. 1, Jacksonville to- Tampa doe day school. 9:45'a. m. Morning" <'
2 class matter at,post-office nothing is left'with which to build tell the father that primary eelction ia June, sal respectfully Starke i ivieeV.
fx ., at .Starke, Florida; good new roads. The majority of about his son than he knows himself solicit the support of 'the voters of at "11I.' 11 :clock; evening 8&nicei!
the district.
When the boy to school ,No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar Key o'clock. Visitors cordially bvite7:
the taxpayers in the county seem to goes away J. B. SAPP. ;*
due at Starke 3:1% worship aBlus.due --f
x E. S. Matthew. Editor and OiraerF be unalterably opposed to a bond issue and forms new associations the distance pan. : '

: .. ,...E. Bobbin, ._AaMdate. Editor; for ,road purposes or an, increase in between the two increases., A TAX COLLECTOR. No., 4, Tampa to Jacksonville Episcopal
I hereby announce that I am a, candidate
and Business Manager taxes for any purpose. Under such surprising number of the letters from for re-election to the office of Tax Collector at Starke,-3:49 pjn. Rev E. A. Sherroi,. rector. 84;,

dfi- .... circumstances there appears to be but fathers to sons in college takes the for Bradford county and solicit the votes of No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville due vice* first Sunday: in. every month "'
all Democratic electors. I promise if elected ,
Starke, Florida. Friday, May U, 1914 one chance of ever getting good roads, form of hastily scribbled checks. At to discharge,the duties of the office Hhfniiy at Starke, 4:54 aju. Christian.Rev. -- ..

and that ia to do the work on the installment the end of school days father and son B. M. DOWLING. No. 14 Cedar ,
----- 'Key to House
Jacksonville Ernest: pastor Seryi
an undefined uneasiness in each
plan. In other words it is
Villa born in places than i due at Starke 7:45 -
.. was more LID. morning?: and.night.ofi
other's eachand' ,
possible to build sample road presence. They have nothing FOR TAX COLLECTOR t,
a say
Baftier.What. I candidate for the office of Tax Col Bri fourth ..,
in am a Starke" Wannee bb < Sunday ofT the ;
from Starke to Lake Butler. common. The father fears that the lector of Bradford Cocnty Florida and respectfully moat

1 .has become-of the eugenic Such a road, or at least part of it, son may think him old-fashioned, and the primary solicit election the on support the Sad of the day voters of June at, No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 a. u. I Presbyterian. rt 3

movement could be built without am increase of the son fences, expecting every mo- 1914. If elected I promise faithful and efficient No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 pm No regular pastor. Sunday achoeb

.- ment some delivered service with due regard to the welfareof at 10 a. m.: .
solemnly '
taxes or a bond issue. If for one "good all citizens and tax payers. Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10 ?

\ Hark your ballots on the right of year the county commissioners would advice." Kaipeetfully.. W. ALDERMAN No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa. dus < Methodist

'the; right Dames use no money upon the roads except It is unfortunate' that it is so, but at Starke 12:51 p.m. Her. B., T. Rape, pastor. Sv.nda,;

'-- I such 'a sum as was absolutely.neces- the fact may as well be, faced. Thereare FOB COUNTY TREASURER.I school at :19:45,. a. m. Morning sea-

check is' exceptions and these! constitute hereby announce myself a candidate for No. 10, Tampa Jacksonville, due vice, at 11 o'clock evening' serriaj
.A man who wears a suit sary to make needed repairs,. at the a the democratic nomination for the office of at Starke .

4- not necessarily a banker.Vriedmann's end of the year there would be peculiarly happy contrast county treasurer of Bradford county Florida 6:10 p.m. ,1:30 o'clock. Visitors cordially: i Ii

What is finer, indeed than the subject to the action of the white democratic T. J. GRIFFIN, Agent vited to attend.mmmm ..
enough road money on hand to build sightof voters at the next primary election. I solicit F

vaccine for tuberculosis several miles of good clay road. Sucha a youth admitted into the circle of the support of every voter of the eouuty and !

,has proved to be a fake. road in a short time would create his father's friends? The boy that promise you faithful service T.if F.elected.RIVERS. m mfFire -- -=

such a strong sentiment throughoutthe is a companion of "dad" all' the way: !i

A woman thinks it is no sin for hers county in favor of good roads thata may not know more than the boy'that FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I .

: ; lusband. to gamble if he wins. big bond issue for the purpose of had drifted from his father, but he hereby announce that I am a candidate
for nomination for the office of
county treasurer -
Believe only-half you hear, even building good roads would be demand has less to unlearn. of Bradford county subject to the action ormisforu7f
ed instead of Let of the democratic voters at the next primary
I rtiien-you are doing the talking.: opposed. our people RURAL EDUCATION. election. I solicit the support of all the
have the use of a good road for,a democratic electors in the county and promise
The editors of the Saturday Eve- if elected to discharge the duties of the office
time and let them realize
I No man wants a bald head but no benefits faithfully.

man who has one wants to lose it to be derived from it, and the road ning Post, who have brains enough to t W. W. ROBERTS. :

question will not cause much troublein produce a paper which has achieveda

circulation of 2OOOOOOcopi s and is FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
''t Speaking of clean-up day, it is the future.
probably the most hereby announce myself for the office of $ Cyr
N; bout time for clean-up day in Mex- widely read single County Treasurer and solicit: the votes of the

.. l WOMAN'S DEPENDENCE"The publication In the world, have this to Democrats at the coming primary.. If elected s .# .L ,
I promise to faithfully discharge m, duty.J. s y
economic dependence of woman say of rural school consolidation: M. BROWNLEE.. 1i" e

G' in Japan'they vaccinate their noses. I on man has caused almost all of "It ought to be pretty well under- go

L In., America we paint 'em red with the misery in the world; asserts Mrs. stood by this time that the one-room FOR COUNTY TREASURERI
I hereby anounee myself a candidate tot
:1-: booae.Roosevelt. ,?, Charlotte Gilman. "The man has had rural district school, beloved of our the office of County Treasurer of Bradford
I' grandfathers is mostly a scandalous County and respectfully solicit the supportof
to make money to get love and the the voters of Bradford county and promiseif
landed in New York ,woman has had to make love to get institution. The typical teacher is a elected to faithfully discharge the duties of

Tuesday. A lucky escape for Florida We have girl just out of normal much under- the olice. r--__ x
money. degraded human G. W. EAZEN e a.
ports. love. Anything that complicates mar- paid, sometimes overworked and some 1 s.a .

*., riage with the- bread and-butter times with only half a dozen pupilsof FOR COUNTY TREASURERI I
t ,Bryan is learning by experience the 1 question assorted ages. hereby announce myself a candidate for IEu. El
difference between practice and is wrong. Mrs. Gilman has definite the office of County Treasurer and solicit the
"A Vermont report covering thirty- of the Democratic voters at the
l :" opinions on divorce, and eugenics support eomiasr ;
preaching. two such schools shows that in three *runIT. ,
: : for she avers, "Divorce is one of J.VEBNONJONES may'J

I! I ;: TJThat kind of !liquor do Georgians the marks of growth in the civilized years there were one hundred and .

a. drink that causes them to see belled world today. People expect more of -seventeen an different teachers than, of whomon half hereby FOR announce COUNTY myself TREASURERI as a candidate ur. .!tr i

1 buzzards? one another, and it means a higher average-more for County Treasurer of Bradford County
,1 l served less than two terms. subject to the action of the June primary 65 morrow
standard of the honor and
M "A election and soFcit the votes of all Democratic
Editors try to advise everybody of marriage. No one need be alarmed great majority of these schoolsare elector If elected. I will faithfully duebarge.
housed and i the amid .f U. eJfiee.
else, and everybody else ,tries to advise tlt-ut the question t.f Jivjn-3 in hardly equip- O. R GORDON.
I ped at all, just a bare little room witha
editors. America.
r Eugenics a young science
and have- desk, a rostrum, a blackboard and a FOR COUNTY TREASURER InsUreOsi L
we only an inkling of its !
poisonous cast iron stove. That efficient I hereby announce myself a, a candidate
After ,
Huerta is eliminated what laws as yet So far the only agree- for the office of county treasurer of Bradford

will we find to worry about?-Times- ment students have come to is negative instruction can be had under county subject to the actionof the
Democratic election in June and
such conditions is primary
out of the tthat
\ Union. His successor. the necessity of the preventionof question. promise if elected, to discharge the duties
e- "And there is less and less excuse of the office faithfully and to theBest ef my
unfit marriage. The home of today
.. The man who would rather have is a permanent check upon the for the typical one-room, ungraded E. L ODOM. calamity tjoday

t smallpox than to be vaccinated ought rural district school Our grandfathers -
growth of humanity. Every other
J .to allowed to have it that or nothing. In
business has developed faster than hereBy announce myself as a candidate for
( their day the nearest town was ten the office of County Commisioner for DistrictNo.
I? 'D vttive Burns has lost considersIble. the one we do,at home. We hear so 2 (lAke Butler before the Democratic
miles or more and the road all You can : all paeticulars about fire
much about hcme cooking! Bat away Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil-! hailj.lifty.,
;prestige on account of his four- but impassable half the year. lags and careful management and if elected live stock on burglary insurance
':flashing in the Frank murder there are more diseases which come will endeavor to have the county put OB cash at thin bank.

F'a case. from bad cooking at home than from least"Now, there, all over are few the middle rural districts west at basis and discharge all my duties- J ..ANDREWSFOB faithfully.B Come in today and talk. over that. insurance

Gas pipes are made of paper in any other causes. The tender mass that you have,been thinking about.
are not within easy haul of a .
'France. They are sometimes made of sentiment about what we caIt home I COUNTY COMMISSIONER '
village graded school still fewer that I hereBy announce myself as candidate for
flesh and blood in this cooking is the worst kind of tommy-
country. might not have a fairly re-election to the office of.County Comm
rot The growing trade at the de- equipped liollel' finm District No. 3 and'_lidt the support -
4 ;uncle Sam wiii'ik; foolish if Huerta graded school within easy haul by of all the Democratic' efcetors ia the
licatessen stores is proof that the

;_ ,folds his tent and steals away and movement is well started to free Consolidating- districts. Already aunty'S.. T. DOWUNG. Bradford Bank
in some localities a to bring in County
:forgets that little saluting ceremony.. woman from her slavery. And as wagon i
country children is as much a part
: for the babies! The, poor woman I hereby announce myself a* candidate for-
Bow old was Ann! Ann was'not has of the educational equipment as the the office of County Commissioner to represent EstabKAed 188
too much work to devote the
proper and solicit the
did Ladies never grow old if we be- thought and time to her baby, traditional blackboard itself. votes District of all Democratic No. 4. elector respectfully at the coming N.T.Pitch Prea. w.T. Week* Vke-Prea J..H..RiUk CaekUr

1 lieye their statements about their "Like some other poor institutions primary election. IT elected I promise to
and the.rich has too much
woman faithraU, Charge-m\ dubioL.
1 .. the little red school house subsists VNDEIUlILL.
al. CY J.
play. A person who is worn out, no .
t :,
mainly on prejudice and mere inertia.If
matter what the of her -
"Young girls would like to have four cause nervousness educating children is worth all this COUNTY COMMISSIONERI -4

i or.five birthdays .year. Old girls maybe, is not fit to care for a effort, to give them tolerably efficient office hereby of county announce-my commissioner candidacy of Bradford for the FOR BSPRESBSTATIVE COU3 COMMISSIONER- :
child. Mrs. Gilman makes radical I
' = prefer ODe birthday every four or five a teaching is worth just a ,little moreeffort" cot to represent Kttriet No. 2. and) I hereby anoance mywtf a candidate- forreelection I hereby sAnooacA. nua !f as a easj>dIa
to the House at aVfatsentatiMa for
.t suggestion in "the babygarten premise to serve the people faithfully if for the office of county cossnussioner fret
years. Bradford County and solicit the support of the Diinet No. 4 ?
elcted. (SUrta) and ctfufj.Rbit! ,
f where' a "mother specialist" could be Democratic voices ia tan clectoM and rep
J. B. eR8W&. toeing tINt support of aft dtgaocM&te elector*,si u..
i mistake hired to take -of the kiddies faithfully promise if etette& to disebsg the Jive primary.. le*tisa t .
and fajtWtC
!'It would be a, to classify care riting, says Ambassador Page duties encumbent upon dtoeharge. of. ; : promise <

thftse A. B. C. diplomats as kindergarten. concludes "A high standard of baby "is an absurd career and a foolish COUNTY COMMISSIONERI me.A.. D. ANCftEWS. my 1 I'iit efceted.W. A. BEJSiKfcI : '

6 diplomats.-.Times Union. Wait culture will make for higher standardof foolhardy business, and no man hasa the hereby oe announce of eouaty-myself commissioner as a candidate of Bradford for :, -'; ....

jthd see. humanity quicker than anythingelse right to take it up who can avoid I county front District No. G; and respectfully I hereby, FOR>>announce RSPBESENTATIVS: say candidacy for the COUNTY CO tMSSIONF s

we can devise." it." He might have added that mak- solicit the support of ail Democratic office of EspresentaAve! from Bradford County hereby an0t +aoe myself as caaMli
voters. If.elected I shall do rut full duty. toe
the office
d eomaiissJoMij
whicbiics Florida subject to the will of tbs Demoeratift county
The law the free-
i cows ing post-prandial speeches is a foolish D. W. PfNHOLSIER.COUNTY electors ia. the JVM 1II BIl'1. th. support of Bradford' aunts tnm district No t MM
'Ami of the streets and prohibits hors FATHER AND SON.<< business for diplomats when they whom I nupectfaity solicit and! I promise te jest fa* the artw* of the pn jry, eMMJ
are II '
in June, and solicit tbs
be faithful to. tto tent reposed is shouU nwtwncfully soppe
Kh \ and hogs from ,running at large is Fathers and sons do not have in their cups. COMMISSIONERI I be eixtad. me of th* vote.r -> -
hereby myself candidate for
\ class, legislation.: enough of each other's company. So election to the ajuwance office of county: commissioner JOE HIL& WILLIAMS.FOJft C. ., HAMS- :

'- patent is the fact that Mayor Bakerof Cut off a dragon's head and another from District Ne 3 (Lawtey and Raiford) -
a If don't like to write and IOtiC1'tbe support ef aft Democratic '
: you letters Cueveland has issued a procla- head will grow. As soon as there is electors ef the county\ the coming primary REPRESENTATIVE COUNT COMMIS310NE& > ,
aerJB-ihe to relatives efcetioa I hereby announce myself: as a candidate At the nolle:tattat of hinds I berehr i u-
J Telegraph your mation asking for an increased intimacy a possibility of abolishing .the manu J. Ex J. WAINRIGHT for the office of representative from Brad- nnnee mjaelf a candidate norwnaM
{ tad friends. It is better than a letter facture and sale of toed CUDQl jeet to the decision, of the vie office of County Commis ion f> DII
and closing with these words: booze, substitutes Democratic electors at tike June primary and No. 4 (Starke). subject to-the action ef '
I and costs the same. "U we can begin the New Year are being discovered, namely, the COUNTY COMMISSIONERAt pectfuQp solicit the opport of the voters. Demtwrate PrtnsRr I stand- f, aa etM

Major George-Butler' ,has returned with the resolve that our sons shall : "jag' bug" in Dutch Guiana and "jag candidate the solicitation for the office of say of friends county I commissioner am a- to If the elected best I of shall my repwcat abi!.'ty. Bradford' ; county competent micar'iiai'tistrstion Real Superintendent of-countyatAluled to ds the nw i

be more our companions and ourI I clay" in Central America. from District N* 1. subject to the M.1.. SAPP. work. I respectfully solicit- yaw support ,*-
to. God's country and is BOW located at action of the June primary election and if Esspeetfullji -'
fathers more our comrades it will add elected K D. GREG;
bike Butler, where he reported to The promise a eaacientious discharge a* FOR REPRESENTATIVE ;
both to the sweetness of Malone Messenger wants a my duty.
our private To the Democratic voters of Bradford ,
fca connected with the Star.r" : A. H. :
<* life and to the value of our citizen printer. The position is open and WILLIAMS county Florida: MEMBER Of SCHOOL BOARD --
} I steady work is offered to I hereby announce myself a candidate fop 1 hereby aanoueee. myself as a csadrW
.'John D. Rockefeller,'Jr..'is in favor ship. a sober hon COUNTY COMMISSIONER nomination to the office of Representative at member of the board ./ public faM,,**|
t Mayor Baker is the first of 500 .workman. We can recommendJohn I hereby annoasee myself u a candidate the Democratic Primary to U held Juae Sad lion from dat'itt No. >. and respatsolicit $|
df the open shop for workmen, bu t. Harris for the office of County Comm SLi.-er of I respectfully solicit the support of the Democratic the support ofth. voters at the Tie is :decidedly opposed. to the opendhqp I : mayors of American cities to join of publisher of the Messenger Bradford aunty from District No. i subject voters at this primary. and pledge track primary .leetion ia June.

s principle' ia the oil'business.t : ficially in the "Father and Son" movmeat epaymaster.a* a gentleman and a faithful. eleetioa to the in action June of and the respectfully Democratic solicit primary the honest faithful service if chosen.TRUMAN a. FUTCR L. W. KICI L T1L

t started in Cleveland and support el all Democratic elector '
The razor-back has a sense of hu. has now gone east as far as Bangor, Fads should A. B. SURRENCY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Notice ia hereby given to an coneeraed -
not be introduced
nor, Three 'pin' ) rooters ,ate the Me., and west as far as Denver. into Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for How three months after date hereof we will
"i the public schools. Things which ex MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD of Representatives and respectfully solicit the our final returns as executors of" the
lunch of a fishing, party in Jackson- The average father and son are I I hereby announce myself as a candidate fokmember support of the voters in the June primary. of E. L. Liviagston. late of Bradford eooag.
rye and,left nothing but a lemon. pretty good comrades UD to the time perience has proved to be the best of Board of Public Instruction from Florida, deeekse and apply te the
.1 should be taught and pupils who wantto District No. a. subject to the action of the Judge ot Brtd&rd County. FbeiaX far.
that the boy becomes of High School coming primary and solicit the support of all SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION final discharge 'i
: : Some skulls that are almost solidVine II' Specialize should attend the spe- Democratic .electors. I hereby announce mywtf a* a candidate G. C. LIVINGSTON. .
They play together and work
s cial schools.Is CHESLEY FOGG. for the office of supervisor of registrat.on; for K. J. LIVfNGSTON. .w
have been unearthed in Missouri. together. One sees them taking long I Bradford county and respectfully solicit the Executor* .f the Estate ot f:. L. Liriqla""
support of all Democratic electors at the June deceased r
Such skulls can be found plentifully) walks on Sunday and MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI
going fishing on there any significance in the fact primary election. App
everywhere without digging for them. 1 holidays. The boy have better wish to announce my candidacy for memberof (X A. FUTCH. ...,
can a
that the Florida Medical Associationand Board of Public Instruction before the coming -
time 'with his "dad" than with any the Florida Funeral Directors' Democratic primary) election from District ::NOTICE
If you don't believe in, a resurrection of his No. S. and solicit the votes of all Democratic SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI In the matter of the estate of LOOK* .
bury your past (if have playmates, and, as for "dad"'We Association held their annual convene electors. hereby announce myself as a candidate tins deceased.. Notice to the next .*
you one N. H. STOKES. for the office of supervisor of .
tions at the registrationfor of Louisa Jenkins, deceased, late .t
that; ought to be buried) and then same last week? Bradford county subject to the decision ef ford county State of Florida and aQ '

run for office and see.if it is not resirrected. -r:-'HoVgThls? FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI the Democratic primary election in June and whom it mar concern, are hereby
respectfully solicit the support of the that
votersof four
If after the first pal
> offer One Hundred. Dollars Edward you ever lose your appetite read wish to announce that I am a candidate the county. hereof and their failure to apply for iIstration
for any ease of Catarrh that Dickens.. He refers constantly' for member of the board of public instruction C A. KNIGHT. on her estate I will appoint
'- for District No. 2. and I respectfully soleitthe
At last Huerta shows signs of] cannot be cured' by Hall's Catarrh rounds of beef legs of mutton, potsof support of the voters at the coming elec son creditor to administer of Leufea on Jenkins the same or other as seat fit ] ,
1' I Cure. tion. June 2."and promise if elected a faithful SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI -
crumbling.-Times Union: Is he beer and tankards of ale in sucha authorized by law.' ij'
discharge of my duty. hereby announce myself u a candidate '
CJ'W lbling,or dissolving? Liquor will TV*' the 4 CO.. Toledo 0. way as to make you hungry. J. DOUGLASS.. for supervisor of restratioa of Bradford county 'of Bradford County > '
undersigned. bite
known F. J. and respectfully solicit the of udt'- '..
support Dated {
day a f May A. ft .1tl
dissolve the
a man rather than make him ny last 15 yam and believe democratic electors at the coming primary
him perfectly honorable Ambassador May XWt f:
'orumble. ia able business Page has become as silent FOR TAX ASSESSORTo election.
and financial!
a I Ii I out any obligation made ?by his to arm.carrr. as John Lind. Maybe Lind talked the .eitiselil of Bradford County:-I announce H. C. PEEPLES.

; The candidate who:',is afraid he I NATIONAL, ) BANK OF CO313ERCT too much at some tine in his ca- Assessor myself of Taxes.a eaididate Assuring for you the of office my very of Telegraph $1.50 per year.

wont i receive enough votes I to elect a Toledo 0. reer and is now making amends for it. great appreciation for the loyal support and COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
Ban's Catarrh Cure la taken confidence so cheerfully given me in the past hereby announce that I am a candidatefor .
>him ought to employ as manager of acting directly upon the blood internally. and pledging myself to a continuance of faithful county commissioner from district No. 1. To Ciu<
and e a Cold In One
Ida surfaces of the yatem. Testimonial- The Starker Telegraph has one of services, if re-elected. I respectfully solicit I earnestly solicit: the support of the voters Day ,
campaign .the Pennsylvania man Mat tree. PrIce U cents per boW, Sold your votes in the primary election to be held of the county at the coming primary election. fake LAXATIVE BJtOMO Quinine. It stop t
: w5f i hatched 15 dicks out of 14 eggs: .1' aU Dnntata, the brightest paragrphers in the June 2. 1114. June 2. and I pledge myself to a faithful Cough and Headache and works on the f '
1.-_.. ,_ .._: -.-- '_ ,-lMtw..r..u,Mb' fwcoutipatiM. 1 State.-Palmetto News. I I Very respectfully.N. discharge of the duties of the ogee if elected Druggists refund money if it fails la
D. WAINRIGHT.. 4. J. BLACKWELDER. E. W. G&OYPS swutut ea each box.
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.. ,I.as -'. ; ". ... ,FOrdT. { goods. Leviton.Mr. n ,,.... ....-..-.,.._..,.............n .... ....................,...

,R. S. ,Feraande*. Is adding. \ i >*

"BitS of/t. 'LocalInformation two-story.Thursday ell.to his morning ieaideuee.Born ? to.Mr.- and SPECIAL SALE 'Progressive Business Firms (In'Stacke =

Mrs. 0. Gardiner a ten-pound boy..

.,. ft Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their | 1
Messrs.; G. W. and E. M. Hazen, of = hs
Brooker .were in Starke Saturd, advantage to trade with the firms rep
.Cill .,., .,.. ..... """" .., J'- On
......" .. __ r..... Begins Saturday, resented in this directory. ; ,
Mr. O. J.::.Phillips, of Enterprise., i -

.. was a I caller at this.office Saturday.Mr. May 23 and Lasts ...................s.sIe.."Jssese.es.Is.i4.i.> .... ... 0 4VS

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Brocade silk at Leviton'a. J. W., Andrews, Sr., made a W W"W W W WWW.V.W.W! .- .- ,, ............ ......t...
Telegraph SL50 per year. b Business trip to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. TwoWeeksTrimmed .' 4' r .
'Mr. A. Pritchard of Waldo and -REAL ESTATE 1'UU1Tt1U"1 ,
Mr. R. H BarIiour was aVisitor Mr. T. W.. Parsons, of Tampa, were Edwin Freeman came over ., .. .i,. : rr

Jacksonville Tuesday. in Starke Sunday on official business from Gainesville to spend Sunday at 'I u t MMMMMMMMMMMMMCOMES ..........................

Miss Lois Dinkins. qf Lawtey, was''fo< r the Sjeaboard railway.Mr. home. ........................... .......... ........,......... f ;; .

;.a .visitor to Starke Monday. I F l -B.-R. Witkovski has purchased State Attorney V. Long is at- .., L.. PEEK ... I'1WfITtIU: : j .

Percales and ginghams. at Leviton's. ., the E. S. Matthews home site on west tending circuit court in Gainesville ,Hats, .'' ,
I Florida Real Ertate Lead aid .
will this week. aDd aJmoat anJtbng eLe you !
and dwelling
street erect
-Mr. A. B.' Rowe, of Lawtey, was in Madison a and .' tEE might, WlAS .
the county metropolis Saturday. I house in the near future. Mrs.: F. A. Scott visited her parents Shapes .1 TIaber Expert 4 j J :

Mr and Mrs. R.' R. at : : HULL'S DEP.RTMENTaTMENT .. !
I Wynn, Hampton ,
I and low The II yean Experience at Starke. ,
.Mrs M.- J. Bohannon, of Lawtey, High quality prices. Saturday. Flowersmm STORE V
.waa chopping in Starke Monday. best in harware DeWitt C. Jones I ..... ,................. ............$..,....... !!
F. A. Scott and J. T.'

.All lands of embroidery at Stump's. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tison and Mrs. Quigley were visitors to Jacksonville ..MMMMMMMMMMMMNOTIONS. .......................... N

Hayes, of Jacksonville, and Mrs. Wil- COST .
Hon. A. D. Andrews, of .Raiford, Thursday. : "
]isms, of North Carolina, visited A. DENTISts V
Wednesday. -
visited the seat -
county .j I.I i Mrs. C. R. Hendrix of Plant -
Moitt here
i E. and family Sunday. City,
I is her Tilden ............
visiting Miss
:Mr. A. W. Wilkerson, of Highland, who daughter, i ... ... ........N.... 1'
Mrs. J. S. Peek, has been visiting Hendrix, this week. ; t .......
in Starke on business Saturday. .rs.
the famliy of CoL C. L. Peek for 11ENDRIXIPAYNE U ft that when yon art .
DR. .
SUMMER, Have your house several weeks, left Monday to visit Mrs. C. A. Marks and son, Charles, in need of Notions Ladies U. G. TURNER .. <

screened.' ,Jones', .Hardware. her brother, Mr. J. M. Patterson of and Miss Carrie Darby were visitors Ready-to-Wear Goods Shoes, .. DENTIST .
Ga. Gainesville STABLE FLA.ily Novelties, Etc, you generally .
Pidcock, Thursday.Mr. II
'Mr. A. J. C., Rowe, .of Lawtey, go toSTUMP'S .. Edwards Braiding .
: Water coolers and ice freezers R. J. Andrews, of Lake Butler .
transacted business in_.Starke. Satur- cream a ''There's .A Reuoa..i..i. ." .
day: Jones' Hardware. candidate for county commissioner, ..$4.. .......... Upstain ever Poat _Office .
was in Starke Thursday.Mrs. .. k
Miss Onie Edwards returned Wednesday Materials are being placed on the ..........,...........MM ,.............. t. i

'from a visit with relatives in ground this week for a new cement W. S. Graham returned homeill to Gainesville" where he recently .1 ..............$44......... .

Jacksonville. I r sidewalk on three sides of the block from the reunion in Jacksonville, purchased a house and Mr. Long will ; DRY GOODS.MffMMMMMMMMMM. .. : :. 'VVV
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bounded by Call, Walnut, Madison and but has recovered from the attack. occupy his newly acquired home. It *. PBLNTING
'Let us screen you. QUIGLEY II is understood that Mr. Gray contemplates t
LUMBER &; SUPPLY CO. I Thompson streets. Mrs. M. E.. Todd, who spent the the erection of a newbuilding .......................... ................ ......... .; 5_ .

I I American fence. If quality and not winter with Mrs. S. J. Sternburg, left on the gin lot .. 1 .eii..i........ I .......
Mr. Olin White's cozy new bunga quantity counts, you will buy American Tuesday for (Princetown, Mass., for Headquarters for Z BRADFORD COUNTY : : Cis

low is almost completed and will soon fence. Law prices. DeWitt C the summer. A lady .was watching a mockingbird Ladies Ready-to-Wear Geode, TELEGRAPH t ,

be ready for occupation.Mr. Jones. on the streets Saturday and wondering Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. COMMERCIAL PRINTING *
I A game of baseball between Starke '. '
if .
it' had
not been i 1f
J. J. Sparkman has given ,his Mrs. Grover Sweat has as her and ,Lawtey on the local diamond when two other mocking birdS injured-,I.. ....................... ....."$9fr$3frfr, $ i 4'frWfrfrfrW*
residence on, west Madison street anew I I guests this week her mother, Mrs. A. Saturday resulted in favor of Starke on the scene and all three

dress of white paint. I B. Davis, her sister, Miss Bessie by a score of 7 to 6. birds held a conference. Presentlyone I. HOTEL YOU WOULD LIKE Toot FAMILY TO STOP AT ;

New goods of all kinds at Stump's." Davis, and her.brother, Master,Frank Mrs. P. M. Rivgs'and two sons, of the birds seized the wounded WINDLE HOTEL. : :

Davis, of Jasper. Messrs. Dennis and Joe bird by the beak and bore it away into
are visitingin
Deposits in the local banks from I t a tree nearby. This incident tendsto The meet delightful family and commercial hotel In North.Jnrt the place to make .,q8
the' strawberry this .BOSS OVENS-See your cake bake. Starke and will probably. become your beady srtri' while on a shopping tour or enroate lit.the heart *f .
crop year aggre Jones' Hardware. resident of this city again. prove that birds can think, that bopping and theatre diitriet. Cool. .eolll fortable and all modern ecDrccleoco at po,.
gated more than $300,000. ular price. Worthy of roar patronage. -
they can reason up to a certain stan

Mr. Arch Green is making some improvements Miss Blanche Miller, who has been Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Thomas, of dard and that they can communicatetheir JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA'

; upon his property near employed for several weeks as trimmer near Brooker, were visitors to Gainesville thoughts one to another. >

down on the Sanderson road.Slippers at the Hendrix & Payne millinery Saturday. Mr. Thomas reports Mr. J. Vernon Jones of Hampton, . fff + I

I parlors returned to her home in Atlanta crops generally in fair condition in Hon. James T. Willis, Judge of the candidate for county treasurer, was in +. f r

of all kinds at Stump's. Ga., Sunday.The the Brooker section, but a good rain Eighth Judicial Circuit, lectured to. Starke Wednesday, looking after his + FOR SALE AT REDUCED t -

would be of great benefit-Gainesville the combined classes in the college political interests. + PRICES ,'
Glass towel bars at 40c and 50c at
outside work on the new Bradford of f
I Sun. University of Florida, Friday, + One Waltham
16 size 15 ,
LUMBER &; SUPPLY CO. j County Bank building has been Miss E. S. Tison and Master John ,; ruby.
afternoon, and those who heard it + jewels 14k e. '
use4'a f
case, short '
and The weather has been favorable for Powell left Thursday morning for i
the inttriorfinishing
completed as soon as
his address
,Mr. F. P. Shaffer, candidate for pronounce as one of'thebest + time, $18.00. One Elgin, 18 + '.
and decorating is done the outdoor work for several weeks past and most delivered South Carolina to visit Mr. and Mrs. f =
representative, was campaigning in ever f size, 19 ruby jewels in +
fixtures will be installed. and work on Starke's new $30,000 here. Judge Willis did not R. E. Gahagan and other relatives in ; .
the Brocker soction Saturday. announce t settings wheels
gold steel escape + i
I school building has continued unin that state.
his but the
Miss Anna Pinholster, of :Jacksonville Have a sleeping porch this summer terruptedly. The walls are already subject of whom'will gave start students + wheel, fully adjusted,. +, '
Let' us quote you. QUIGLEY many soon out to Telegraph, $1.50 per year. + $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 '
was the guest of Mrs. F. A. above the second floor line and the practice their chosen profession much
Scott for several days.thisweek; the QUIGLEY LUMBER &; SUPPLYCO. window frames of the second'storyare helpful advice concerning the, "new f jewel, 16 size finely timed, in- i t .. '
I .* + 20-year cases, l
Embroidery dresses at Stump's.A being put in. lawyer" and some of the obstacles *++++++++*++++++++* Diamonds reset, Ojala ret

Senator A. Z.,Adkins left which generally confront him. A *
Monday number .
Mr. J. C. Robinson, of Jasper, has polished and bad "lucks" taken .
force, of men is at work on the j: evening for Miami, where he will conj of the local bar members attended CLASSIFIED. ADVERTISING f :
accepted a position as linotype operator 4 off of them. One fine blue- f I -
streets this week cleaning out the gut-j, duct the defense of F. R. Crawford,p in the Telegraph office. Mr. Robinson the lecture and they too, gained ++++++++*+++++++++* t white diamond 90-109 caret + .
ten In various parts of the city. who is on trial for the killing of J. much that will be of benefit--Gainesville .
j I has been manager and publisherof FOR SALE-My cottage, cheap. + deep and finely cut $185.00. ., V.,

Blackberries' and blueberries are V C. Keene a few weeks ago. the Banner of Liberty and comes Sun. Mrs. L. von Kim, Starke Fla. .1 + A few new 16 size gold filled +

ripening fast now and some have already Capt. U. G..Turner and Lieut. Oscar highly recommended as a gentlemanand Hon. C. F. Hoover,mayor of Starke, May 8-3t + watches, accurate time keep- f V 'V

appeared in the local market. Alvarez of a printer. His wife and childwilt I. era. s
Co. "E, are in St. Augustine and one of,the.most progressive citizens
soon join him here. FOR SALE-One cow, one heifer + CALL AT
I this week attending UncleSam's j" of that growing little city, was ,.MINER'SFINEST t
U sell xtt4
want to farm
you your property one calf. J. F. Kickliter. MaylStf.
list with us. Bradford Co.4 I military training school for officers Mr. Richardson, EXPERT ..beetmet,1 in Gainesville Wednesday. Mr. Hoover + + + + + + + fff + + s,
of the national guard. states that Starke has 1 .
worker. Jones'Hardware. enjoyed a
Abstract: Co. May 15-2t Headquarters FOR SALE-One milch cow with

I Mr. Bruce Davis has completed his very prosperous season,'from $3,000 heifer calf; young cow with second WE HAVE SEEN
.Mrs. W. E. Bryan, of Bartow, who to $18,000 having been received daily .
commercial course at Massey's Busi calf. L. W. Kickliter Starke Flaa
hat Misses Emma and Jeannette
been visiting Captain S. A. Bryan Darby by the strawberry growers over
.and family returned home Monday. ness College in Jacksonville and has Matthews and Messrs. Robert Gray period of several weeks. Starke is May 8-3t.
returned home and has
accepted a position
now building a $30,000 school build -V
Messrs. 'M. LevitoiC: Lucian Wain- in the office of Roadmasier S. reception FOR SALE-Sultzer's giant tree tomato V
ing, which will be ready for = '
right, William Stroud and Guy Alva A. Bryan occupancyby plants produce a bushel to
ning by Mrs. M. E| Edwards and Mr. the date of the fall opening of ; : H
lex' spent Sunday in Jacksonville.If the tree. John'E. Jones, Route 2
and Mrs. W. A. Barrett in honor of
: Mr. W. H. Caldwell, who is super school. Mr. Hoover is a member of

you want to sell your farm pro p-I.. intending the construction of Starke's'new Miss Holland, of Yirgnia, who is the the firm of Hoover Bros., among the Starke, Fla. May 22-lt

etty, list with us. Bradford County' school house, made a businesstrip guest of friends in Lawtey.Mr. most widely known photographers of .
FOR SALE-One Jersey milch
Abstract Co. May 152t. I to Atlanta Friday and returned the South, and has numerous friendsin
J. F. Martin .
formerly mans cow with heifer calf; -gives 3 gallons
Tuesday.. While in Mr. Caldwell Gainesville who are always glad to
The Shunck brothers, prominent t Georgia ger of the Sanford Bottling Works, of of milk daily; will sell on trial.
visited his at East Point see him.-Gainesville Sun.
farmers of the Lawtey section, were Sanford, Fla., has accepted a positionas 0 .Gardiner. May 15-tf Evansville, Ini, July 17, 1913 !1 J

lathe. county seat on business Friday. ,Shoes at Leviton'a manager of the Starke BottlingWorks. Fhls The H.'L. Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0.
Mr. Martin has'moved WANTED-Yellow pine logs. We
Mr.. C. D. Smith of Albany Ga. Gentlemen: We would not do without k : t
Mrs. J. W. Morgan and little nephew family here and they are occupyingthe pay best prices. T. G. Cranford VV

Gary Ennis, 'returned Sunday who has the contract for erecting Moitt house on West Madison Lumber Co., Jacksonville, Fla. your' Man-Power Sprayer any '

from Pablo Beach, where they spent a.wek. Starke's handsome new school house, street FOR SALE:-CHEAP May 15-3t more. It is the finest we have ever r.

was here Monday. He left Monda y; seen in this city at* present. The ;

i r veening for Fort Pierce to start work Mr. George Cousins, of Lawtey, 280 Acres of Land; 35 in Croppers- Wanted-I want renters o people that have seen your ,sprayer
'Embroideries at Leviton's. the school transacted business in Starke Saturday. rat think much it
on new high building al t cultivation 4 acres in our place very of
; share croppers on my 80 acre farm,
that place. Mr. Cousins informed us that Grape Vines. Peaches 'I and well pleased to see it work at our -.
: :Screen Doors hung, just phone me located 2 miles north of Stark
although living only a few miles place. Yours truly, +
Pears and Grove .
# Orange
Jones' Hardware. ;
Mr. T. N. Limbaugh has purchase Will divide tame in lots to suitC.
away, this was the first visit he hat Two-story house barn THEODORE BUCHHOLZ.
a new. Ford automoble and has bull S. Durling, Starke, Fla. Apr 3tf :
{ Mrs. Henry Sapp and children, of made to Starke within five years. Wi and outhouses.

Mulberry are here to spend the sum a garage for it on the rear of his lot'on hope he was well enough pleased with ,- .
east Call STRAYED OR STOLEN-Large red -V
street Mr.
bier with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Limbaugh rs his trip to come oftener hereafter. For Sale By .
commercial with white marked swallowfork "
S..B. Denmark. a salesman and will use G. C. LEE ,.
the car in making the aowns in his Woolseys famous''paints. No better : in one ear, under square in other. R. S. FERNANDEZ V :

Starke citizens who have summer territory. made. QUIGLEY LUMBER &; Theressa, Florida Liberal reward for information. Rosa Spraying Machines and Insecticides

I .' cottages at Kingsley lake will.soon SUPPLY CO.Trenches Baisden. May 15-2t .' STARKE, FLA. .:
: begin to, take up their residence in ,
i ';,' that delightful retreat Jones' Hardware. are being' dug on Ninth .
e Street this week for the purpose of I '
By wainscoting rooms with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of Ham P' laying water mains from Walnut
Wallboard, and finishing the walls in I ton.visited Starge in their new Ford street to the new school house site, ....._:.w......... ..... 'I. ;'.......... h", "........''-'..# I'/. ."...."....- T199_K
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: ftastico, a beautiful and artistic I automobile Monday. They were accompanied a distance of 1,100 feet. Three hydrants #;< '':h '

a effect can be* obtained. Quigley by Mr. and Mrs. R. R. will be placed on the school .; :': AFEI 'R.S T I ;
Wynn Mrs. : _
and Williamson and the v
ft: Supply Co. grounds and one on Ninth street midway -
I whole party were the dinner guestsof )> .
between Walnut street and the .f- I '
,, Carlos Lee. was tried before Mayor Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott. school premises.: .r '. ,Anation-widecanlpaig'nofSAYETYFIRSTisbeincrvagacd '? V
'Z,E. Cano,. Monday for
dispensing .
,booze Miss Nellie Bagley, of Cleveland I, Y bytheSteamBoaI,1tmllfrayandEIectrichinea: s'
i unlawfully and was conviceted I Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Haines, of Lake

S ., 'and fined $100 and costs. Sea Ohio, who is spending the summer at Butler, were In town the first of the 'i. \1n'11IE 'ETYO )WIJION.YffVlTAL 1NTzKFtfioYw t ; rk

Hon. Breeze and who has lately been week and while here were the guests '!.. Our Bank is absolutely SAFE. 5a and conservative ["'
E. K.: Canova is having a cement visiting at Brooklyn, accompanies I of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Tomlinsoa and : '.

floor placed in the building on Mrs. J. L. King and Mrs. C. K. Davis, CoL and Mrs. D., E. Knight. They I';% w mWement-Safeloans and Safe investments :

Can street that is occupied by the of Brooklyn, upon a visit to Mr. and< were accompanied by their sons, J. E. 11lEWETYFWST"rs1oSanwasadopted: byTisbank 2 '

Robinson meat market :Mrs. Grover Sweat, of this city, Sat and Hal r y/ '
urday. who remained in Starke fora lyheglt, f1ttt; .ii.onaforbusinese_ s t4 1r

.Next Sunday May 24th will visit of two weeks with Hollis r

Lady Breeze's bee Mr. W. R. Knight and Pitt Tomlinson. ;:
birthday. Roberts of Jacksonville, .. .. .
would be pleased to have he r friends spent Saturday and Sunday in Starke. I Hon. A. V. Long has exchanged r\ -

call upon her that day. )Ir. Roberts was until lately mail car 1 his residence on Walnut street and ffl

; .))an't wait for rain. Use our cardenf$1.k.e. rier now on has route a position No. 1 from Starke, bu the gin property on the corner of or d. t' '

as railway mail Walnut and Madison
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J "Sam." he added when be had told THE MAGNET A ,PUZZLE, H. C. RICHARD ff4
that on Christmas, the-new' owner of M HBM*
i I Billy would arrive to take the boy SoUiK Can Make"On* but Cant :Explain

& A Southern away, this breaks my _rt." r .*' .thl,Chang In the?MtUL, "Cured"
'r "Mars Arthur gasped Sam.. "I.for-: "Getting the magetism'into the steel General Insurance

give you.,but: 1'>wouldn't forgive no 80 that it will stay there permanently -

X x hr ChristinasBefore udder marster hi de'worl.'.": is'a long and intricate'prat-era as Professor s 1a Mil. Jay McOee.of Stepb-

\della St. Clair learned the secret .. Silvauus Phillips Thompson de .
enrflle,Texas, writes; "For
.. husband could not force himself journal of the last -
that her scribes In the .
I represent none but FIRST-CLASS> nine (9)) dears I suffered witb'womanly
to tell her from the boy's tition of Electrical Engineers. ;
who. frantic with grief went to her to First of all you have to pick your companies and will be constantly on the trouble. I had terrible

the Emancipation: entreat her to do something to save her steel It must have from 5 to 8 percent a.1.eii'to. promote you interests. ,Guarantee headaches and pains in
a J Proclamation I from being separated from her boy; of tungsten and from 0.4 to 0.6 .my back, etc. it seemed as if J

, .. I The blow was almost as severe upon of carbon. It must have not more than courteous treatment to all patrooa. 'I would die, I suffered so. .At

.1 : I the mistress as upon the slave. Babe 2.5 per cent of chromium but it must A well written policy by a first-clMi last I decided to try Cardui ,

| ,By ELLA RAY' WELCH I kept her! 'head and sent Susan away not have any manganese titanium copper agent in a fint-claas company some the woman's tonic and it
: assuring her that if there was anything sulphur or phosphorus it is forged SOMEBODY SAYS helped me right away The
times much of loss firH.
L means in case
she could do to prevent the calamity with as little working of the material Not one man in ten knows a good cigar by full treatment not only helped
she would do It but knowing her bOlo as possible and at as low a temperature when it Do ? You "
1&was Dee 15. That wa before railroads he gets you ,C. RICHARD -, Starke Fla. me, but it cured me.
straits she could give After
band's financial as convenient forgingit
the smoothness nor
had taken from the Mississippi' can not judge by
.. no hope. should be heated to 900 degrees C.,
river the great carrying trade of the shape nor the color nor the name TAKE
; Mrs. St 7: (X there maintained
As soon as Sue bad departed lowered to 0 degrees
and and the steam- the' Agood cigar must a .
passengers nor price.
Clair sent for her husband. The custom for a time and then cooled off.
en plying back and forth between have the qualifications of the "A. P. .
This "normalizes" it t
of gambling was so prevalent :
8t Louis ,or' Cincinnati and New Orleans among the planters of that day that, To harden it it is raised to 850 degrees H." cigar. It has a fine flavor and ; COFFINS, CASKETS 1:1: Cardui

were the main means of conveyance ; she did not reproach him. She could C. for not more than five minutes aroma. It draws freely burns even- And a Foil Line of I g

c; in ,the southwest One might not but recognize that he had been ,then lowered to about 70n degrees ly and, holds fire and the ash, does... : Undertakers' Supplies i

start from either of these cities earlyin weak to risk the happiness of a family 0. and quenched at this temperature I in not split and flake off.Manufactured. ,

December when the ground was whom both he and she considered brine_or Jot a temperature under 20 degrees Always on hand. The beat ser. The Woman's Tonic

covered with snow and reach ,New committed to their cb rge. b1 Providence GThen by yioe at the lowest prices. Special z

: Orleans for Christmas to find ,summer but she knew nothing.was to be it Is "matured" by boiling or STARKE CIGAR CO., attention to Telegraph Orders. : Card helps women in time

;- till lingering. gained d by holding up to 'him his sin. steaming it for ten or twelve hours or Starke, Fla. i of greatest, need because'Jt
p 0n this day of Dec. 15. when the and she knew he suffered keenly for by heating it to GO degree C. for twenty ?
contains ingredients which act
steamer Tecumseh was passing Baton what he bad done. She began at once, hours. It Is alternately.heated and NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE Registered-Embalmer i j
n: Rouge In the cabin sat two men play to confer with him upon some plan by allottfcfl to cool off several times. Notice U hereby given to all concerned that I specifically, yet gently, on the

ing cards. In those days on the Mississippi which a sum might be raised to buy Now the steel is ready .to be mag: six mouths final return after u date administrator hereof I will of presentmy the estate DeWITT C. JONES : weakened womanly organs.

i gambling went on openly backet boy. In vain they went over netized. If it is a bar a magnetizing ,, of Sallie S. Chaser late of Bradford Successor G. C. Livingston & Co. So, if you feel discouraged,
"; either chips or money on the table everything they possessed that could coil is used; if a horseshoe then an runty Florida deceased and apply to the blue, out-of-sorts unable to

without any pretense of concealment;, possibly, be mortgaged. All such property electromagnet is employed. It Is magnetized ; County final Jaf.fr of Bradford County. Floridafor : Starke, Fla. i do your household work, on'

'I and these two men were playing with had been mortgaged already. Besides to the highest degree possible my discharge.J.. D. BAXTER. ; I account of your condition stop

+ the principal currency of the period there was no time to negotiate. and there is some advantage In reversing Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S. worrying and give Cardui a

the state bank bills. One of them New Orleans was the nearest place its magnetism a few times. The Chaser, deceased. Jan, HSm.. trial It has helped thousandsof

was a professional gambler the other where such a matter could be attended result depends upon the maximum women-why not you ?

4 a young sugar planter whose home to, and to go there make a loan and magnetizing force and not on the duration NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. For Weakness and Lois of AppetiteThe Try Cardui. E-71
was in Louisiana not far from New return would require several days. of the application. The current I is Notice ia hereby given that under and by Old Standard general strengthening tonic .
r Orleans. The gambler was quietly; Sam came in Just as they had agreed not shut off suddenly but Is gradually virtue of a certain deerea of the Bale District and Court foreclosure GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC,driven out -

L taking away from the planter what that nothing could be done to save diminished to zero. While under the of the made United and States entered for by the Southern District and Malaria sure and Appetizer.builds up For the adults arm and rhiliirfn.A true tonic We.

money he had with him; now permitting his boy to him.* He looked anxiously influence of the current the magnet is of Florida. in Chancery on the first day '
A. D., 1914. recorded at page 79 S
him to win a few dollars and from one to the other'to see if there struck with a brass hammer.Its of of April.the Equity Journal of said Court in a

h now forcing him to lose a great many was any hope. St Clair nodded to his stability Is Insured by subjecting certain reuse wherein Board of-- Trusteeof ''

-. Presently, be took the.last of his op wife to speak for both. it to alternate cycles of demagnetizing existing Oberlin College.under the a laws corporation of the State organized of Ohm and, t-". _, '
ponent's funds. There Is no time in which to prevent and remaguetizlng about the point of and the Michigan Trust Company, a eoropra- ';" $ :- ;: ,.. ;.1''': ,_

Arthur St Clair could not afford to the separation." she said. "Your magnetization at which it is to remain. tion organized and existing under the of laws the
of Michigan, aa Receiver
the State
lose this money. H owned a good master has received a message that What change has now taken placein of estate of R. G. Peters are Complainants and r Rheumatism

plantation and the negroes to work it, Billy will be called for tomorrow. Wan the steel neither Professor Thompson J John M. Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfen-

cis but had no capital Indeed many off only promise that if we can keepa nor Edison nor Tesla nor any other den. under.idividually the firm and name aa co-partners and style doing of Wolfen.business Blood Poison

the planters of that day were in a continual knowledge of Billy's future whereabouts man can explain. The steel looks the dan & Co.. Atlantic Lumber Co., a corporation Scrofula Malaria
state of debt. usually borrowing we will buy him back if I it same as It did originally; it feels the organized and existing under the Lumber laws ,
and Empire
of Florida
of the State
on a new crop before having liquidated should be possible. same; its weight is the same; its ring : Company. a corporation organized and existing Skin pisease

their indebtedness for the old one. There was ,no comfort in this for is the same; it has neither odor nor under the laws of tbe State of Florida

St Clair was one of these. Besides Sam. He knew his master's pronenessto flavor. The microscope reveals no and are H.Defendants.B. Lamb and I, L the F. Lamb undersigned her husband, as a Because it Purifies

Y' working on the credit system In vogue : drift financially and believed that change in its structure. Chemistry Special Master of said Court in Chancery, R
A. D. r .
of July '
6th day
e: at the time he was 'very kind mas he would get deeper and deeper in fails to detect that an element has will 1914 on between Monday the hours of eleven o'clock the BloodLIPPMAN'S

ter to his slaves and never denied them debt With a moan be turned away to been added to or subtracted from it A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. before the door BUD WHAT Oran ROFLB BAT Of
anything they wanted no matter what impart the sad tidings to his wife. And yet it will draw another piece of of the Court House,, state of Bradford of Florida County sell at in G
the City of Starke GREAT REMEDY-P. P. P.
,1 a the cost Nevertheless having lost The news that little Billy bad been iron to itself and bold it there. public auction to highest and best bidder for
some $800 to the gambler be yielded all and singular the following described writes Babbl 8oID.f the S..aoaCu..
.4 sold and was to be taken away on cash much .Dr. AUdredte, Regency Texas. : !
: t to temptation to risk separating one Dying property in said decree mentioned or so It is the leading blood purifier. irrtttioa.rte Bad seven attacks of
a Christmas morning cast a gloom over thereof as shall be suffcient to satisfy said Dr.Whitebead Metcalf,G...prescribes I Malarial f ev.r.-.tins from a week to tea
+ of the families he owned for the pur all. white and black, on the plantation."Dls The power of the will to control a decree to-wit: the following described property it. and with P.P.P. completely cured J. days. I tank roar medicine u a forlorn
of 'making an attempt to'recoup.. subject to an obligation under pain of 9 H. Davidson who had Buffered fifteen. hope but now eoalea.a that I*.P.P. was
r pose won't be no Chris'mas at all, badly injured body was never better forfeiture tt remove the timber herelatl'1: yean with blood poison and sores a rtil beneS:."* i
"I have a negro boy. ten years old. said one."Wha'. illustrated than in the case of Dr. Con- described, from the lands on IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRUCCIST3-I.OO'
he said "whom I consider worth at situate, on or before September 1. 1915. as
sell fof to stantin. a volunteer aviator in the service
mars Billy go
go instrument of writin;
least $400. Will you lend me $200 on way on Chrh'mas? He'ought to bad of the Bulgarian army who was *from rov'ded Atlantic in a certain Lumber Company to J. M. F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA wa

him?" mo' sense than dat. said ancAher. fatally wounded by a Turkish bullet Wolfenden and Wolfenden Herbert& Company K. Wolfenden dated, the co, ,., ., .: ", ." .\ ,, '
"Certainly sub; with pleasure, sun. "To shot up. nigga said a third. while sailing; his'aeroplane over the partners 15th day as of February A. D.. 1911 and recorded "
"I'll draw up a note containing aDen Mars wouldn't 'a' done dat If he hadn'thad trenches at Tchatalja. Notwithstanding in the Public Records of Bradford
the Florida, February 21. 1911 in Miscellaneous -. ... a
on boy""Ira County
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to done It" the shock the pain and the rapid Record Book S, page 229.
not necessary. I assure you." sub These criticisms, though plentiful hemorrhage Dr. Constantin kept his "}'II the cypress and hardwood timber '
Tour-word I* quite enough, suh. and being on the following
among the negroes were not mingled nerve and was able to turn his 'aero standing lying tracts of land situate in WHENEVlR YOU NEED
''e So they played on till the amount pieces, parcels or
with much blame. They all knew plane around guide it back to the Bulgarian the Count'es of Bradford and Alachua. in the '
loaned was'lost' then $200 more was described i
of Florida more particularly I
their master and had perfect confidence lines and volplane safely down

of borrowed.sale property for This the to boy be also delivered was being made lost ten out a days bill forthe As soon in his as intentions.St Clair had. finished his among aeroplane his reached friends.the He ground.'Neifork died as the as quarter quarter East follows half of of: Southwest Northwest of Southwest quarter.quarter quarter.and of Northwest Southwest Section A GNP[ [ l TmU n TAKE GH VE' I.

: I and )breakfast cup of coffee-he left the World. Twenty-four (24) : North half of Northeast ;
from the date, signed by St Clair
plantation in order to avoid being present -._. ouarter. South half of Southeast quarter, and ,
handed to the gambler. (25 : South.
"I would'be happy to loan you more at Billy's departure. About 10 Easy Fitting. east West quarter half of, Section and Southeast Twenty-five quarter of South, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally;

. on other of your servants sub" said ., o'clock a house servant announced to Tbe king of England, when be wantsa west quarter quarter of, Section and East Twenty-six half of Northeast (26 ; Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver ,
Mrs. St Clair that a man had come Southeast .
I new suit of clothes is not put to the (33) .
the gambler. of Section Thirty-three ;
"No" said the other ruefully. "By for Billy. Mrs. St Clair went to i a trouble: that ordinary mortals suffer. North quarter half Southwest quarter. North half of Drives Out Mali! Knnchcs the Blood; and Builds up :'

,:' what I have done I have separated a jewel box where she found the remains Each of the royal tailors possesses I a Southeast Southeast quarter quarter,of and Section Southwest Thirty-four'quarter(34)of; the Whole System, 1 Grown People and Children.
of her jewels that had not been dummy figure of the king's exact proportions half of Southeast quarter.
I family. The boy I have lost at cardsis North half. East ;"
pledged. Taking a mental inventoryof and when the suits are taken Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and '
: the only child of the best' ma'n, and them she could not possibly make home trying on is unnecessary. If the Southeast quarter of Southwest quarter North of You know what you are taking when you take Grove** :Tasteless chill Tonic; ?
"'r the best woman I have on my planta Section Thirty-five (35) ; North as the formula is printed on every abel showing that it contains the well known }
out their total 1 worth at $300. Southwest
over king particularly likes a special suit half of Southwest quarter and
tion. It ,will break both the father'sand of Section tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter $u''
She sighed at not being able to find he will wear it at intervals for months, quarter of Southwest quarter ,
the mother's hearts to part with anything but he the clotheson Thirty-six (36) ; in Township Six (6) SouthRane tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fever, io
moreTaking never wears same
(19) East:
him. I have"done very wrong and will' the remnant of a'propertythat two consecutive days. About thirty South Nineteen half of Lot Nine (9). and North half Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Give ,life and vigor to Nursing 1ft,
do no more. and North half of South Mothers and Children. Removes Biliousness without
for suits; are in ordinary Including of Lot Ten (10) Pale Sickly purging.dRelieves 3
had been in her family wear.
b St with lowering brow, went many of Section Thirty '"
Clair. half of Lot Eleven (11)
and low Arouses the liver to action aDd ;:
shooting and riding kits and the king South, Range nervous depression spirits.
out the deck outside generations she went downstairs. She (30), in Township Six: (6)
on the guard as was surprised to find a well dressed onus nearly 400 British and foreign Twenty (20) East purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthened :;
the cabin was called and. sitting himself uniforms some of which are perhaps Together with all and singular the tenements No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. Me.;:
down In one of the wooden armchairs man. not at all like one who might herediments and appurtenances thereunto 'I, ,
/ have been sent for a negro boy. He worn once in a dozen years. belonging or in anywise appertaining, \ .;1:'
he found there, himself
gave up interest and '
and all the estate right, title J '',
to remorse at having yielded to temp- rose deferentially as she entered."I Text all claim and demand whatsoever as well in t3
o tation., He was not troubled at the am surprised." she said "at seeIng Rare Restored.Mr. law aa in equity of the said Mortgagors in ':r s
Justice Eve's vindication of the and to the same and every part and parcel 'r,
a gentleman. Are you the ownerof "c
in itself
money he bad lost for money thereof with the appurtenances.Miles '
was of little value in his eyes. But be the boy yon have come for?' healthiness of laughter did not tempt W. Lewis Special Master in Chancery. SEEDS SEEDS
bad used his credit to the uttermost "Yes. madam." his lordship to a familiar quotation May 8-5t .

farthing and he saw no way to prevent "May I ask who you are?" she added most usually misquoted. The common Cow Field Peas Velvet Beans Chufas
the boy' he had lost Billy from curiously. form is "Laugh and grow fat," but the,, IN CIRCUIT FLORIDA COURT BRADFORD 8TH JUDICIAL COUNTY.CIRCUIT or ; ; ; .11,

being torn from his parents. In ten "A gambler, madam." correct text is "Laugh and be fat" put BILL FOR OF FORECLOSURE OF MCRTGAGE.O. Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected Field'

days a scene would be enacted that he "A gambler?" by Ben Jonson into the mouth of Pan L. fhoraas vs. L. C. Smith and Lilla Corn. Complete and full stock Gar. .

dreaded. Ten days! Why. in ten daysit "Yes, madam. I am the gentlemanwho in "Tbe Penates." The fatness does Smith his wife. TO APPEARThe .
would be Christmas. won the boy from your husband." not strictly follow from the laughter in State of Florid den Seed, Poultry feed and

St Clair arose from his chair and This looked hopeful Mrs St Clair Jonson's line but the proverbial misquotation To L. C. Smith and Lilla SmsiS a wife -

paced the guard t v rlshly. Of all the produced her jewels and was beginning has imported that meaning. It having ,been shown Smith by and affidav.i Lilla tmith tint the his Supplies; Incubators.,

days In the year to take a boy from a speech as to their value when' -Pall Mall Gazette. wife Defendants are non-residents L. C. of the State of Florida Oldest established and largest Seed'H use 'Florida.'' Write .'
his parents and turn elm over to the roan Interrupted her I and that the residence of said Defendants is
"I husband at home madam?" at Blue Springs County of Harbour State of for illustrated Catalogue. I
strangers! Why'had he not made the your i A Sad State. and that said Defendants are over

f' time twenty days-any other than on "No. I expect he went away to getrid "No. I am not altogether happy now the Alabama age: of twenty-one years. E. MARTIN E ED CO. ]
: Christmas dayfi- It had not occurredto of seeing this poor. family lose that I am rich." It U therefore ordered Defendants considered L. C.and Smith adjudged 1J

him that the tenth day from the theii treasure." "Why not?' and Lilla that hn his wife do appear to the 206 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE,, FLA.

present would be the day on which all "I did not notice madam when Itook "Being rich of course. I can not go Complainant's Bill of Complaint, A.herein D. 1914 on, IjJi1
of May
Christians tried to make all other a bill of sale from your husband !' into the kitchen as I one did. Yet or in default before the whereof 22nd a day decree pro confesso will iE
to Christians happy. How'conld he tell that the property was to be delivered servants are still careless. be entered against the said L C. Smith and

Ills man,. Sam that on Christmas day on Christmas day. I ,have come myself "Well?" Lilla Smith his ordered wife.It that this notice be
r instead of being made happy by gifts to see Mr. St Clair to impress "So I spend many sleepless nights published is in the Bradford County Telegraph 4 1 tit

his family was to be made miserable upon him the folly of playing cards worrying about the drip pan under the a newspaper published each at Starke week for in Bradford five consecutive

; by the loss of one of Its number? for money with a professional gambler. refrigerator! ."-Louisville Courier- our- county. Florida weeks. once
St Clair carried his trouble home I found him an easy prey." Takingout nal ; In witness whereof I have hereunto set my FavoriteFertilizersARE '

with him. but kept it to himself till the a wallet he handed the lady a rollot band and affixed the seal of our A.Circuit D. '914.Court
22nd day of April
r day before Christmas He tried to r bills and paper then added. Another Delusion on this W. T. Weeks Clerk.
s', nerve himself to tell his wife that she (here is the amount madam. I won "Why is It that a man generally saves A.' Z. Adkins. By R. A. Weeks.Apr-24-5t D.C.Complainant's

I might relieve him of the task of tellln I from your husband and there Is the more money after he is married. than Solicitor

Sam and Susan, the parents of little bill of sale for the boy." The latter betore be did before?"

Billy, that on Christmas day they must into bits and threw them Into afire "He dozen He merely thinks be SOUTHERN U. S. DISTRICT DISTRICT OF COURT FLORIDAIn

part with their best beloved. But his burning on the hearth "I thought does because; he is getting along without the natter .f J. C. CREWS,

effort was a failure. Adelia St Clair Christmas' would be a proper day, so many things that he formerly No.1115 BEST

took as much interest' in the welfare of madam to give this advice to your had."Chicago RecordHerald.Her THE BANKRUPTIN OF PETITION FOR FI

her negroes as if they were a part of husband. I found him a very attractive MATTL DISCHARGE.On FOR
her own family. Her husband could gentleman and am glad to have First Visit this 11th day of May A. D.is 1914.orderedby on
not nerve himself to confess bow weak had an opportunity to show my appreciation Mrs. Youn bridt"-I'd like some fish, reading the Court the foregoing that hearing be had upon the
4" be bad been. of him! I Md yon good mornIng please. What are these in the barrel? same on the 11 day of June A. D. 1914 before ALL.CROPS
in said District -
He knew that Sam was very fond of madam. Clerk-Salt mackerel ma'am. Mrs ,paid:at ten court o'clock at Jacksonville in the forenoon, and that t
him. though he was Sam's master. He But Mrs. St Clair would not let him Youngbride-Are they quite fresh?- notice thereof be published in the Bradford Write for Catalogue ,4e

had often stood between Sam and go. She seat negroes to scour the Boston Transcript County Telegraph a newspaper printed creditors in
said District and that all known
harm and had given him everything be country for her husband and when hewas and other persons in interest may appear at .
wanted He felt that he could Impart found and brought in Sam. andSue There Was a Comparison. aid time and place and show cause, if any

the news 'to Sam with less pain to and Billy were also sent for. The Smith-Does your wife think you're should they have not why be granted.the prayer of said petitioner

.; himself than to any one else and knew latter were not told of what had happened the best man who ever'lived? Jones And it is further ordered by the court

that by confessing the whole story and came. supposing that they Of course not. I'm her second bus- that creditors the Clerk notice shall of said send petitioner by mail to and all this known order INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO. :

st Sam :would blame him less than anyone had been called for the parting. band.-IJfe addressed to them at their places of
else. So the day before Christmas That Christmas which opened so residence as stated.

calling the slave aside where he would gloomily turned out to be the merriest To be occupied with good Is the best CALL.WITNESS Judge: of The the Honorable said Court RHYDON and the seal M. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
not be overheard others that had ever. been known the St in said district, .
by he made on defence ;i<-riiii- the inroads of evil- thereof at Jacksonville on
hla confession. t Clair plantation. William Aruot the llday of Map A D. .1914. WE SELL SEED POTATOES
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PIMM School Methods, Says a Scientist Scenic SMUt) of '

,.Will Never Level Them. Frontier Wonderland j ; .z
There Is not ntvuey enough In the eatire Alaska should BO longer be <

and world to make impression against "No Man's Land." Alaska Is oar j "
ware Queer Sort '
a : lie astonishing mountains of igno tier Wonderland and by united

Eat Pig Three runes a Day. rance. In this great United States'of we most make It the empire I

America one, In 10.000 perhaps have north. It is not Every Man's t : w .T

never beard that tbe universe is run bylaws cause It will not tolerate

,'INDIANS 'AT OUR BACK DOORS. and does not know that there are but to the thoroughbred It will
laws of nature. Entire millions are
indescribable inducements.. It Is
torn, pass through a lifetime In this ritory unique In its geographical -

'Tbeylivaen Reservations on the Out. otherwise beautiful world and die with tion, la its climate in its .

skirts .of All Our, Cities and Parade out really having seen anything. Their beauties. Point Barrow Its '

the'Streets In Blankets and Feathers. eyestee objects. motions and natural most cape, is warmer than any i, ..
but their minds are com
Newe Parisian Paper Print. in:the world as far north of the I
pletely blank, so far as knowing of
tor. Its southern shores ,
To peruse the. Paris.newspapers is to what they are viewing."Education1 I I
than in
.... is painful to warmer any point the
.discover the most amazing statements m.r.
in similar latitudes
during the
white with this word. The i t
pure paper
"about; 'America and AmericausabBurd. months aa'the result of the
of I
present .ap lUng. system forcing
ridiculous things that reveal to of the Japan current t.
children:: .to study branches against. tl
I the reader the unfortunate paucity of which nature has decreed. thus permanently Isothermal lines show that f

!the Parisian's knowledge of the world. Injuring their minds, natures the southeastern sections have .

These, errors occur in the very best and personalities. ought to be punished mate more temperate and more
Journals ot.Paris and under 'editors by some newly enacted law. They put ble than that of Washington.

who,'lItand', high in the.newspaper a number of totally unlike children, in climatic belts are known as the

., world and should know better. the "aame, h.ss and "expect unlike be- region and the interior. The >

Here are a few examples culled from ings to learn like subjects and all In the gion is rainy, has mild winters .

.-of statements commonly passed out to' present brain curdling methods of "ex most'part,; dry. has severe rt'

the innocent French reader: amination." abort but warm summers. The ,
It.all nations onearth should suddenly quadrangle la divided into three '
AD article discussing the fuel used t
in different countries Includes this stop war and the manufacture of by lofty mountains which
alcohol and use every dollar in the at tween them broad plains
[ statement: "In America the bouses are 1
betted ,by natural gas which comes tempt to educate each child separately which the Yukon with more
some faint impression could be made 2,000 miles of navigable waters
t i from the Rocky mountains in tubes orpipes I
against the enormous ranges of mountains
and enters the houses all over Knskokwim with GOO. open up
I of ignorance. Each child hereafter
No other fuel is in interior
[ the country. now
born could perhaps bave at least one
tut In America. Alaska can surpass all the
: law of nature'repeated within ht>aring.
Another article relates beauty boasted by Norway.
And each child born to mathematics
list> -all the country west of Chicagois /could have instruction in mathematicsby and the TyroL Its
a desert to the California, but it has teachers knowing something of the higher than Mont Blanc;' its T

been marked off with multitudinous mentality of the student dwarf the Jler de Glace. .

ditches, which are kept filled with water glaciers of Switzerland, which
A fine with would not be taken to a ,b
from the great Mississippi river closed by inland valleys the y.
blacksmith: u costly dynamo would not
and thus the land is made fertile and be for an instant placed in charge oT the Alaska glaciers terminate

I crop may be grown." one not knowing the laws ruling the ocean border or Interior rivers

Tbla about American IndIans is machine. Yet far more delicate mechanisms I towering fronts hundred of .

amusing: "The American Indians are the minds of children. a height and miles in width.

no longer a menace to civilization n, placed under domination of 'reIn sharp contrast are the

| They now live quietly on the outskirts not knowing child natura-Edgar Lu- silence of the rockbound fiords, i ir

I of all American cities In quarters pro- cien Larkin in New York American. green. with the snowy peaks of ;

| tided for them and called 'Indian re mountains gleaming through the

I cmtions. They may be seen at any tops on the sky line pictures
I tine, wandering the streets in their beautiful than the Hudson .

blankets and- feathers but they are Rhine can show.-Franklin K. '
Yet Girlville I la a Pleasant Place, With New York Tribune.
BOW, quite subdued-tbe white people ,
Some Drawbacks.
BO I longer fear them."

Here is, indeed a piece of newt: GlrlTille-a pleasant alluring little AGASSIZ AND A
hamlet on the road to the tablelands
Canada is a great country and Is .
proud of having been the birthplace of of Matrimony, with a branch line that ;
connects with the Old Maid range of And a Student Who Finally .
tilt greatest American patriot. George foothills.At In Making a Discovery.A .
Washington. .
one time this place depended almost student enrolled in Agasslz's ,
A long article on the Mormon faith
entirely upon nature for its ap For several days Agassiz paid no
says: "The Mormons are a strange re-
pearance. Bucolic colors were predominant tion to him whatever. At length
Uct&M1II1ett founded by the Rev. Arthur
and there was a simplicity aboutit of standing around idle the
Smith about thirty yean ago. very pleasing and restful to the eye. asked Agassiz to give him : t' I
11:, Smith was a contemporary of Mrs.
Of late years. however the city paint. do. Agassiz's reply was to hand
Mary ,Eddy the Christian Science .
era and decorators have come in and herring and to BaY "Study .
founder. But the two could not agree with their colors have given it a smart, student was bewildered but set ,
[in their faiths, and Mr. Smith went N
artificial appearance, which for many "studying" it Tbe next day I lit {
west In a caravan with thousands of old fashioned people: has largely curtailed asked him what he bad learned !

followers, many of whom were killed its charm. Girlville. indeed now the herring. The student replied

by the Indians ID crossing the deserts has a reputation for cheap display had two eyes, so many fins t

I of America. Mormons have many which no other place can hope to rival and such markings. I

I wives, like the tollowen'of Islam and Girlville at one time was governed "No. nor Agassiz cried. '

I tlle1..e to be found in all American almost entirely by an eminently respectable more. Those things are not !

tI..wltb their large families." body called elders, but it The nest day and the next the 9a

I Tht Parisian is enlightened as to the baa long since scornfully discarded rience was repeated. The 't''f I

I Colin of most of our fortunes in this their help and governs itself or. at Agassiz again demanded :' :Y

I wise: "Tbe reason why so many of the least, claims the right to do sea about the now rotting specimen.

great American fortunes are made in I Its principal industries are ragtime desperate attempt at humor

port' packing is because the staple of I fiction. Bilk stockings velvet slippers dent replied. "Well, it's the I
Idkt- In America is pigs. Everybodytaplg and red paint There is also a large both sides. '

three times a day. just as the spoon factory on the edge of the town. "That's It!" shouted Agassiz. ,
DID eats roast beef three times An appeal to the legislature to have it! A starfish isn't the same ,

day. The demand for this article cf the' name Girlville changed to Chat- sides an oyster Isn't :

. let has been the means of manyjacrkaos terfield was refused on the ground that specimens of tbe sea are not

founding great fortunes" Chattervllle and Girlville are already you find one that is you've ,

The truly democratic origin of ourrtat synonymous. starting point in a new stage :: -
men Is the subject for another The inhabitants'of Girlville are extremely evolution of life." ?

rid* It tells as: "The presidents of restless and fickle. Not satisfied Obviously that student
he great American republic hare all with the place they are constantly from that one lesson about the

eea of humble origin. The great Lint attempting to leave it and, after leav title method of study than he

t ola' was a tailor and worked in great ing, to get back again.-Thomas L. have learned in a year's
ovcrty for many years prior to his BJasson in Life lectures. The textbooks would "

Ikiag hi* place as president. Presl- taught him the facts; Agassiz

*nt Cleveland was a New Jersey Macaroni ias a Feed. him the method of learning all .. td

' inner Iud was perhaps the most pros- The rank which tpacaronl holds as a World's Work. reuit

I.: roux of all tbe presidents in his early food Is shown by tbe following com- 1914.of

- fa. After be had served several terms parison: As an energy producer it.outranks Lighting a Picture. : L.
r' a returned to his farm at Prince's lean steak, for it contains 1,650 The hall in the hike ; I A. r q

Town and continued to lead the life oft calories of energy to the pound, while Amsterdam which contains
L farmer uutil he died. doing much of the steak has but OoO. While macaroni brandt's "The Night:; Watch. u .

he work with hit own bands because costs from 10 to 15 cents a pound and in 1642, was specially built'to have the

ie liked to. contains only 1 to 10 per cent of moisture picture that the lighting might &
1"Prvsldent Roosevelt is of Jewish deft which is wasted, the lean steak perfect as possible. Tbe picture *said

cent,though not of the orthodox faith. contains 70 to 75 per cent of waste ways lighted the hall always ; : : : -

+ ; il people having been converted toe moisture. Comparing macaroni further Originally: the picture was !' One the s

e Puritan and pilgrim faith soon with th* ordinary vegetables, in badly as to light and space. -1

S_ nee they! emigrated to the new world. point of view of-ent'rgy. it is found 1715 it was transferred from t

Jr. Boowrelt was a policeman for that white potatoes contain but 3G5 len to the town hall it was [ '

n 4y years before be entered political calories spinach 9 J5) turnips ICO. cabbage into its new position by having '
y ife and 115. onions 1'JO. lettuce 65. one
was ak-o a midshipman in then cut off the canvas OB either upon :
"7 for a time. tie has always plainy off the top which destroyed the
shown his humble origin and during She Was Deliberate.It ance. said
Us terms at the White Douse would is said Dinah Si-aria unlock Craik. j

P ke long vacations and join parties of tbe famous author of -John Halifax. Had to Be. Fla.

Pe rooghcfet kind of men and live with Gentleman" made a habit of leavingat Little five-year-old Bessie was e

Na'for weeks-lumbermen; cattle her bank the manuscript of each of about some medicine she had

I4"1.aid miners. fils .hlgb life'exptottct her stories as soon as it was completed.It while nt"Yes ,.

was always distasteful to him would remain there perhaps six ," she said. "1 took y
;. W he Bved the life of humble work months and then she would call for It'' pulsion of cod liver oil and"-

PM even at the White Rouse Malt and see how the story affected her i "You mean emulsion don't ,

F M rvins his meals tor him. so after that lake of time. If It pleasedher dear-not compulsion said the .

p tefnl Were servants to blm.- the manuscript was sent to the itor. said.. _
L Wt are told **tne sky sweepers o:f publisher. Otherwise it was rewritten ""Well rejoined Bessie "there with

t! MW Turk are modeled on the idea o f or thrown away. good deal of compulsion about
N: Bffel Press.Unsympathetic.. nly.
tower but covered with '---- Pittsburgh Tp -
Fe.. The _
people who live In the qpapartments From the Heart. '

| are the poorer classes. Musical comedy writer's wife on the said
P|:their| twins are airy and light, first night bitterly: "Willie." whispered auntie ; law !-

;' faith is rrally better than living In "Willie, do you know you've prodded street car, "why don't you get / of .-

y FJ* quarters near the ground. II your heroine with eight different cos- give your seat to your father : h'S -

pSJjld on the east side in the darlIQIt'WPepen tees in this piece already though ifa It pain you to see him reaching I

were built" only the second act and yon don't give strap r"Not ifjr
Suffragettps will be interested to me half that many in a whole year?"- In a car," responded the ... t
the following star, settling back comfortably : I' Co '
: "In America wo- New.York: Post
affrace has been accepted. The seat.-People's Home Journal .

omen rote enter all political WsiDressing Leather

i-awl It is said that ere long there One of the earliest occupations of Laughs First. .
be a ""'tit irnke begin to kr ;
woman you
president But the mankind ,"II the dressing of leather I mad '
; "tanat result of suffrage is that and it is remarkable that Canadian InIdlans i every rim von see mt"? a of

AnierioDn woman has become in-. Laplanders and Africans dress 1 I j Growiber Cir-"..
eraDk 1 "I'm uklng time" hy the fo r
She rules with an iron skins remarkably well, although their -
aDd own are but plied bfc. wife "I know there ..
l puppets to her. processes and means are necessarily of
FrachmaQ cannot a chance in the world for me to ; mi'
understand the rudest
why kind-Detroit Free tress.this *'Jf'e -
f lfan wen will submit to after I hate tike! with you : d--- r -
They I lD IuteJl."-\Va-hington Star. ">
seem to be afraid of A Golf Record. r fur
women .
and in fear
obey tbftm. Amthw tuff rw-nrd liax 1..0 broken : -t-y G
**e Colton in Boston On a High Horse. .c'*t _
Post A
i r. man bus fuozM thirtmi rimumswlun *-* m Rnwrtlii.ually! on -po r 1

; without wiyiuu one naughtyword. : borMpnw"..\I-Ye*; he is a ks 4
g1 Ire poor to know the hour y He i+ a dumb man.-Charleston *f
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} : .One of the standing subjects of humorous .
CounterNews Items remarks among New York .

'I' theatergoers is the weekly article o" ,

f' men's fashion, published over the nomoV f

of Beau Brmmmel," in the
plume 1
V t dD. lid .6. ttiered Durinil. tUt/Weds: bar OurRegular programs of.the theaters of.the,betterclass.

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4 I I. Some people think Beau Brummel Is

\ while others believe him to
a woman;
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r. be.merely a' haberdasher with a drug

'l 'I ... I .: '(Continued From Page One.) I parents here. childrenare habit However that'may be. It is a
Mrs. Volley Reddick and reasonable supposition that no one Fragrant-

t BIRTHDAYS,ARE I ,spending a few.days visiting relatives wears any of the clothes that Bean *si'IDIilllllllill1
UNIQUELY, KEPTour and friends at Plant City. Brummel!writes about It couldn't be

| Rev. Marshall Strickland, of;Flora- done. If any man ever arrayed him S Mellow- Fresh -CoolI -

:popular'young'people have been home, filled his appointment here last self In one week's output of the Beau

Vnd gone and done it,..Mr. Benjamin Saturday and Sunday, at the Baptist Brummel fashions and started down Smootfi-Mild.. ,

Wax-;Wilson and Miss Mamie Parish, church. Broadway he'd land in jail or the psy '
both of Lake. They were united in Mr. and Mrs. L. H.Hill were visitors copathlc ward at Bellevne. So delightfully satisfying in so

Waldo on Sunday, Rev. H. Logan performing to Jacksonville'Wednesday.Mrs. j The case of Beau Brummel Is merely many ways.ConvenientPackages.
But here Is a grim and pitiful .
Mr. E. L. funny.
the ceremony, Ben Green, of Starke, is1

t Greene acting as best man.' .' The spending a few days this week with little It tragedy''Yhicb In a small Is tenement In a way relatedto at the !!!! : The. Handy Half-size 5.. .

couple will spend their honeymoon :Bennett. Cent Tin the Full-Size IP-Cent Tin
young her sister, Mrs. Henry eastern and poverty 'stricken end of the Pound and Half-Pound.
on the East Coast.. We'.wish of the monument at .
The unveiling Fifty-sixth street; the police found Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.

i them much joy. the grave of the late B. F.'Perry will John Conwell and his old mother, dead

Rev..H. Logan will preach in.Rai- take place at Kingsley cemetery next from gas. The man was past middle '

I ford both morning and evening next Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Law age and unmarried. They'lived alone; Bite,
f Sunday. tey Camp No. 159, W.,0. W. and he Idolized the woman poor,.old "XoStlag 5 TA

E Rev. Houston (Presbyteran) will drunkard.. Tbe neighbors said he used IVh. Faro BaI,

i preach in the Methodist church morning HIGHLAND. !/ to cry hysterically when she would "No SMajrrr .. I

: and evening, next Sunday. Messrs. Robert Crews and Arthur stagger home stupfled with drink. At For Pipe and GSar tte

Rev. 0. K. Cull pre aches_as usual Wilkinson were 'visitors to Starke on last he turned on the gas while .

,j next Sunday in the Townsend build- Saturday and Sunday. slept and died with her. IU-I 1eEVER- IASTI NG-LY GOOD
: Wednes- He wore cotton overalls at the tlim- i
Miss Florence Man spent
ing.Mr. of his death and the few articles '
Younger, editor of the Times, day and Thursday in Starke, and '
his wearing apparel found In the apartment 'r -lX
t was in Hampton on business Tuesday. while. there was the guest of Miss TO B ACCO -
and Vet the Ext. I16O
were worn ragged. ,,, P. Lorillard Co.
Mr. Lockwood late editor of the Crews. .
r letters and pajwrs which the, pollw
t k Star, and his daughter, Mae,.left town Mrs. F. M. Crws and daughter, took possession' of |Ireoveh that be earn -

to take a position farther south, on Miss Maggie, were shopping in Starke ed a livelihood for himself and his .

Monday. Thursday.Mrs. mother by n-ritiuK articles on tbe lat --- -":!
!. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Stallings, late 'John Starling and children, est fashi'i'us In im-iV dress.-NewYork I : ;
'" MRS. LONG ENTERTAINED.On nova, Joe Truby, James Darby, Mor- CARD OF THANKS. .$
of the Mr. and Mrs.: Letter in Ciiti-iunitl: Times-Star.
and Times
editor been
proprietor who have visiting
I Wednesday evening, CoL and gan Darby, Lucian Wainright, A. E. To the loving friends and rea&!
: left here for Bronson. I It S. Starling the last week, returnedto -- Mrs. A. V. Long entertained most delightfully Wall, .Sinclair Peek, Bob Gray, Guy whose kindly sympathy and.help in
f t t At the Seminole: Mr. and Mrs. B. their home in Lawtey Thursday.Mr. OLD FORT MARION.America's .
la in honor of their charming 'Alvarez, Roger Wells, ,Abram Bes- so generously extended to oar j
r M. Wilson, of Lake Butler.-Times- .S. Starling, who sometime ago loved mother and heircent
house guests, and cousins, Misses sent, and L. D. Bessent to us during
Union. to be unfortunate as to Ony Medieval cast!. K
happened so ,
Laura Wildie Roane, and Armarie El- illness'and deathto the fries
::1 I a with cotton Landmark In St. Auguctlne.
hit himself in the a
fi \ eye lison, of Mississippi. CARD TO THE PUBLIC. at Ft. Call, who assisted at jthej
MAX ILLE. stalk went to Jacksonville Thursdayto :I-'oi- iv thou 'Ml years St. Augus-
,w E. H. Hopkins, Jr., of Jacksonville, have, his treated. tine ivis: the Spanish\ capital of Floriiia. -' The beautiful, hospitable residence, i Lake Butler, Florida, May 18th. sad rites at the emetery. ,Ats
pent the week in Maxville. eye Black here> Thurs- : trod the Florida of those days extended always attractive,-was never more so There is a report being circulated by W. C. T. U. for the beautiful;
I Mr. R. L.
\ Last Saturday 'L. E. North and after his was Mr. Irma tbe Chesapeake bay to thePacific than on this occasion. (The color some one, stating that I am seeking offering and to the little Junior 8

I fi Heck McPherson participated in an day looking potatoes. weekif ocean. It was an Impregnable motif was pink and white. Parlor, 'the office of Tax Collector for the guers, who cheered her lonely iw
Black will begin digging next stronhod: all of those ;years. and with their-sunshine and '
hall, library, living dining rooms flpwers 0
of getting >
alligator hunt which resulted in the purpose a job'for my sop
the weather proves Old Fort Marion, begun In 1592 and *
, were thrown ensuite and everywhere Gratefully yours;
; I killing of one alligator seven feet and Mrs. S. B. Poleshin died May 5th finished In 1756. Is the only medieval Jay- Alderman.
t 1 three inches in length. They tried in at the home of her son, Mr. H. B. castle In America. It cost an enormoussum were masses of pink roses intermin- This report is an absolute false- WALTER S. WILLS,
gled with fragrant sweet peas. Over hood. The has MRS. D:> D. WEEKS,{
vain to'capture their game alive and Hudson of this place, after a short of money. Repeated heavy draftsof boy a job. '
finally shot him. illness of, a couple of weeks, at the the builders caused the king of the punch table, placed in the rear of When I held the office I did the work D, M. WILLS, |
Spain to Inquire It they were building the hall, was suspended a quaint bas- Miss HATTIE WILLS
The Ladies Aid met with Mrs.James' old of 84 She leaves and if elected now, I will do the work.
ripe age, years. Fort Marion of gold dollars. The castle ket of pink and white Oleander. Scat- .
Then if mistake is made -
5 Speer Wednesday. any you can
f her death Mr. H. B. r.S
I to mourn a eon, stands today In perfect condition .= handsome
C. B. Linn and M. C. Reeder took Hudson; and three grandchildren, Miss guarded by the United States government tered broadcast over the know whom to blame. You will not :'iIf

'1 the civil service examination in Jacksonville Anna Hudson, of Boston, I Mass., Mr. The keeper conducts visitors cheeny cloth which covered the table,I have to ask but one ;man about it
I last for rural mail were the pink and white sweet peas. I seeking the office because I
Saturday Wm Hudson, of Chicago, III, and Mr. through the castle, down into the dungeons am
e earner. C. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville, and a and shows you rings In the walls At the bowl, presided pretty little feel like I can be worth more to the'citizens
where victims of Spanish oppressionwere Miss Ella May Long, the charming
? rr' About 2,000 barrels of potatoes'are host of friends. Her remains were of the county, generally than:
: chained to die Report fairly well daughter the1 house. She wore a
from Maxville this at work.
being shipped my present
laid to rest May 6th in the Long
authenticated has it that when the
week. The yield has been cut short Branch dainty lingerie frock of batiste and Then another thing: I am better
_ Cemetery.Mrs. castle fell Into the bands of the British
lace with ribbons.
by dry weather. mater pink fitted for the tax work than anything
Hettie Lake is visiting her two skeletons were found In one of *
We to have rural mail route The arriving guests were receivedby I have tried to do. I feel like I
are a of this place, Mrs. H. B. Hudson, these dungeons chained to the walL ever
from the Maxville postoffice. after the and Mrs. H. J. Taylor. She is im- One was of a man the other a woman. Mrs.'Long, assisted by her mother, am thoroughly qualified for the office,

first of June. proving some in health and hopes to There Is something uncanny about Mrs. J. L. Brownlee. Mrs. Longwas which will enable me to give you the
these dungeons that cannot be described beautifully gowned 'in Alice blue
I Light and frequent showers' have soon return to her home in Starke. very best of service.
t visited Maxville this week. by word of mouth. crepe and bodice of exquisite lace, the Another statement is being made
While there has been great Improve- whole built on a draped model of sat- ''
Richard Bragg is working on a new ENTERPRISE.Rev _. like this: That I have a job and that
ment in old St. Acgustine, the ancient
residence in Baldwin for J. N. Wells. in. Mrs. Brownlee was exceedingly has This is true.I .
and Mrs. D. L. Phillips visited landmarks have been preserved.' The my opponent none. A
Uncle John McPherson died Mon- relatives and friends at Theressa Saturday old city gate Is Intact; the Spanish handsome in white voile with rare have always had a job since I was *

day night Interment was,made at and Sunday.Mr. monuments hundreds of years old attract old lace and touches of lavender. Mrs.J. large enough to thin cotton or pull +

; the Long Branch Cemetery Wednesday 0. J. Phillips and sister, Miss the lover of antiquities. Narrow Milton Brownlee, sister of Mrs. suckers off corn. Be,t>

morning. His death was caused Debbie, visited relatives and friendsat streets characterized all Spanish townsof Long, then escorted the guests into I never expect to get without 'a bIn'
heart failure. medieval times. There are streetsIn the living room where they met the I have
by Theressa Saturday and Sunday.We job. heard it said that an
.. Rev. Lawton Sessions preached two heard that Claud Addison had St Augustine not more than len' or fair honorees. Mrs. Brownlee wore idle brain was the devil's' workshop.You .
a dozen feet wide each side lined with
interesting sermons last Sunday and been doing his own cooking Why the same type of buildings that were white green crepe de chine with shad- will never find me idle. So far'

2 announced that he would preach in don't you get a cook, Claude? the custom three or four centuries ago. ow lace. Miss Roane wore a beautiful as 'a job concerned, I have never

Maxville on the third.,Sunday of each A very pretty wedding took placeat evening gown of white satin, found a jobless man except where it

month.L. .- the home of the bride's parents, Wanted to B. Safe. the tunic and drapery of chantillylace was his own preference. .

E. Durkee, of Hastings, is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Sam Norman, last Sun- Tom Jackson had participated In a handsome rhinestone ornaments Now to the main question: I shall

: ; ing the week with the Irish potato day afternoon, when. Mr. Joe Star- narrow escape from death, due to an held the drapery in place. Miss Elli- appreciate your vote in my behalf ,'.".

growers of Maxville and.vicinity.The ling and Miss Berrie Norman were accident which happened while he was son's gown was of yellow charmeuse, very much and I feel sure that you J. VERNON )ONE!|

Maxville schools close this united in marriage, Rev. D. N. Black crossing, with to much Liverpool.fear It and was hesitancythat therefore chiffon and princess lace forming the will not have cause to regret it at any Candidate for County :Tree

week and a special program will be officiating. Both are very popular he decided to return home. drapery confined with pearl ornament time. I have always been of a disposition Bradford County }

rendered Friday night by the school young people and a host of friends Approaching the porter hurriedly Both gowns were en train. to be kind and obliging to ft4ttft.fff +:+

I I The play "Cabbage Hill School" in and relatives wish _them a long and the last minute, he, was told that he Miss Roane's flowers were American everybody. When the oportunity pre- : t ..,..,...

two parts will be given, after which prosperous life. was too late for a st teroom. "The last beauties and Miss Ellison carried La sents 'itself you will find that I'will + AN HONEST PLATFORM:

! -- }; Prof. L. Wj Buchholj, A. M., Professor' We' are'glad to state that Messrs. one was Just taken." announced that France roses. always be ready to serve you.in any +

l ;of Education in.the University of Wainright and McCormick have be- worthy."Stateroom?" queried the frightened Eight tables of heart dice were en- way that I can. I will always be .... .. .- ......
Florida, writ'deliver an address. work the bridge Alligator joyed and it was found after a num- found to informationthat ti '
i : gun on over passenger. "Who wants a stateroom? ready any Public affairs are not in a
S Creek, which,is needed very badly Give me a reserved seat In a lifeboat" ber of progressions that Miss Louise you' may desire in reference to tory condition and public

.. LAWTEY.- here sometimes. Buffalo Express.A Peek and Miss Roane were to cut for taxes, either personal, realty or li- the best methods of 0$1.
Miss Ira Clark, Arcadia, was the the prize: A huge bouquet of Easter
The farmers here are needing rain censes. I earnestly solicit your votesin the desired results is: :
guest last week of her uncle and lilies tied with tulle Miss
very badly for their crops, which look Painful Process. pink Peek my behalf. ehanging'w ich has led.to in'u h
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McLeod. Little Prescott bad been leaning out was the fortunate winner. Yours
. truly, and ineffectively
'' Miss Louie Belle Brown entertainsmost' fine.Mr. of an upstairs window. Mints served the tabhs ty, needless
were on
and Mrs. J., S. Norman were G. W. ALDERMAN. lion1 honest and b..
;: delightfully on Tuesday evening visitors to Starke Thursday.We "Come away from the window, son" during the game. The score cards as san: i
of last week in honor of her his father said sternly. "You might candidate for Democratiction ..
guestS; were heart shaped done in and
noticed ,, pen
sometime that Mr.
ago ff + + + ftff lffff
ffff the of Represent
x Miss Aleen of fall out and get a bump,on your back to office .
Brown, Beaufort S. Cy B. F. Renfroe of New River ink sketches of horse shoes and wish '
was going # from Bradford .mate'hasty
-like the camels you saw yesterday. County, .
and Miss Annie Holland of Holland bones.
: to beat our hunters here hunting. The little boy was silent for a few + HOG RAISING IN BRADFORD + dazzling promises toth
Va. Delicious refreshments of ice
Mr. Renfroe., you are going to haveto minutes. Then he asked. "Father do cream + COUNTY. + pie to secure their support*t
Miss Ruth Gill of Anthony, is a hustle. and cake were served on the tables,
all the little camels have to fall out + no promise to support or cppoa
at the home of her sister Mrs. which
s guest were covered with '
I" the window to get their humps- dainty em- + + + + + + + + + + + + + 4t + ff bills, resolutions, or memo; '
H. C. Pearce. RAIFORD.Rev. New York, Post broidered spreads. The pink and white '
I have sufficient time to sa1
- Mrs., A. Z. Adkins and' baby, of Holmes Logan will preach in color scheme was carried out in every Plenty ,;)f clean grazing pasture t,

Starke, are guests at the home of Raiford Methodist'church morning, Argued Too Long. detail of the refreshments. The favors and clean running water, with a small worthiness ordinary, intelligent unworthiness person,#,6

Mrs. M. E. Edwards. 11:00; evening, 7:30. "Why did you permit yourself te be on each plate was a tiny bouquet amount of grain, will insure a good or, .'
Mr. C._ S. Hall, of Suwannee, was Rev. Logan commenced a shorthand drawn Into" a lone argument with your I of pink sweet. peas and maiden crop of hogs. measure :at issue. the ,!,-<
'the guest of his mother and brother assailant? asked the po'iceman. hair fern. My only'romise to
i class for the of the As to breeds, the one that appealsto
'. young "A long dispute was just what I was That I will pay special,attend.
here last
t 1 r Sunday. Mrs. Long was' assisted in servingby the owner's fancy will be best for
town. The system is that known as
trying to avoid when I called him a thoughtfully consider and ,
i : Mr.'W. H. Miner, of Starke, was a Mrs. J. L. Brownlee Mrs. J. M.
master, although one that has but
Phinography, invented by Sir Isaac liar explained the man on the hospItal work f!>r what they need ,
i visitor to Lawtey last Sunday. Pitman, and considered the best Nine cot-Buffalo Express. Brownlee, Mrs. W. L. Hall and Mrs.J. little hair has some advantage in our at the time I serving
Messrs. Marcus and Wilmot Brown E. Wilson. ,Mrs. Wall was hand- warm climate. When sanitary am ,'"
were present at the first class. It con-
1 .came 'up from, Gainesville and spent was arranged to hold the class every Too Soon Too somely gowned in black crepe de ditions are properly guarded by using Representative, '
bestow that hone me.I
i i Saturday.and Sunday at the hpme of Thursday, except the preaching week "What became of' that play you chine with touches of cerise and Mrs' such disenfectants as lime, carbolic .upon

their parents here. when they will meet Saturday.. wrote five years ago?" Wilson wore white channelise with acid, tar or pine oil or kerosene' in am a Bradford County&: ..
i Mr. Bennett from ""The managers decided it was too was born and raised near
Henry came up Princess lace and
pearls en such a pasture as mentioned above, "
.\I Williston and spent Sunday with his SOMETHING TO EAT. daring to produce." This is the first of series of.delightful together with the protection of the and have lived and'worked- bi i'
"Send it on again. all life. f
If our many friends in the North social affairs that will be given serum'vaccination'to'prevent cholera, county my >
"I did. They sayU's too tame now"iittsbnrgh Your and vote will
t who are casting longing eyes at Flor- -) Post for these charming visitors during hog raising can be made to pay and support
HAPPY remembered
.t.. ida, but who have not decided upon their brief stay here. pay welL predated and :WIr:

ThehappintSofJpOtherhoodiS109often any particular section in which to locate What'a Fright! Those present were: Misses:! Amelia I The hog solves his own fattening alty and honesty..

checked because the mother's strength is could see the many carloads of His Wife-But, dear tell me why you Ray, Anita Wills, Ottie Gray, Lois problem if he is given plenty of corn, Earnestly yours.-

devotion not equal neglects to her tares her,own while health.It her unselfish. strawberries, beans, peas, onions, Ir- want my photograph taken In this costume Peek,. Louise Peek, Estelle Tison, M .- peanuts, potatoes, chufas, cow peas, TRUMAN G..F /_'
ish potatoes, sweet potatoes, sweet ? Her Hubby-So that In three bel Darby, Jeanette Matthews.: An- May 8-4t
is a duty of husband or friend to see t velvet beans, or anything else thata
; that she gets the pure medicinal nourishment corn, watermelons and $fotfier good years I would you like will to look at it and say what nie Darby, Myra Darby, Ruth Wain- hog likes to gather himself, and the

., ". a drug in or Scott's stimulant Emulsion but nature's which is con not things .to eat that are shipped' 'from say right n-1'v.-Jodge. right, Emma Darby, May Fripp, Susie fattening process, goes'on day and No. 666r

centrated oil-food tonic to enrich and enliven this point every season, they'would Weakening."So Darby Louise Bessent, Carrie Darby, night or when it rains while his own- -

i the blood,strengthen the nerves and soon come to a decision. They would -you think there is yet a chance Mollie Yelventon, of Montgomery, er rests and enjoys the operation. This it a prescription prepared i

aid the appetite. Physicians everywhere readily! recognize the fact that plenty of selling Mr. Nuskads an auto?" Ala., house guest of Miss Gray; Mes- 0. L. MIZELL, for MALARIA or CHILLS & F
prescribe Scott's Emulsion for overworked of good things to eat are grown here. "Sure! He nsed to RUT be wished. he srs. L. A. Jett, Ellerv Davis. Luther Five or six dote will break any
'' ... up and,holds nervous up,their tired strength women; it bviltij I and arrive at the conclusion that this had one; now he's arguing he can't afford Powell, William Powell,.Lesley Turner Special AgentS if taken a then a> a tonic the Fever

I Get Scott'a at your nearest drug swr e. is a good place to live. t j lt"-Pnck. Hoke Sisk, Ebe Finlayson, Joe Ca- Telegraph,. $1.50 year. return.Calomel and It acts does on not the gripe liver or tic


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