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 29, 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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Jl eggs that have been coughed up or NEGRO SHOT. TAX' COMMISSIONER BUSY
I*? evacuated by infected fowls and that :

e History and Treatment of This the contagion from infected soil comes !Many Matters Pertaining to Officers Awaiting His Release Jim Jones, a half demented negro, --f "

through eating earthworms. Also Welfare of Starke Are With Warrant For Stealing who has been an employee of the Powell All Counties, in State of Florida; '.- ,
Devastating Disease Given for some time, became more ,
that V the earthworms in infected soil '
Discussed.The Horses. erratic than usual last Friday night, But One, Haye, Been <
t 'i.,; Below. harbor gapeworms at all seasons of >
and while
: wandering aimlessly
the year. board or trade held an interesting Harry, Lang, alias Harry Hall, is in Increased.Tallahassee. -
around .
The gaP Form is not supposed to strolled into the home of Mrs. "
Infected areas are sometimes small, and profitable meeting a tthe jail at Valdosta, Ga., charged with
be found in sandy countries, but sev- Lindsey, mounted the stairway, plac- .-When i asked what
only a few yards in length and courthouse Tuesday evening. The attendance contributing to the delinquency of a
eral local chicken raisers have re- ed a blanket on the hall floor and lay the tax commission was doing Commissioner .'
breadth, says Mr., Robinson, and if was larger than usual and 14-year-old girl and'robbing her of I down to take
ported wholesale deaths among their her jewelry. Officers with a nap. Mrs. Lindsey'sson R. J. Paterson said: "We
there are only a fe wof them the the discussions sober and a warrant
on were more
.$ chickens from this cause,'and we take from Huntington, Pa., charging Lang James, came home a little later, ;are not going to say much just now
premises and they can be definitely business-like than heretofore. The
in from the Times and when he reached the head of the but instead.
pleasure reprinting with the theft of a carriage and a are working Properties
located and bounded, and the fowls board is getting down to brass tacks
stairs he detected
Union of May 21 =the history and team of horses are awaiting his re- a noise. He lighted that have never been assessed are r
kept from them, both fowls and the and talking about .things that can be 'a match and discovered the w
treatment of. this devastating dis- lease. The letter which accompanied presenceof being put on the tu'koks this year
chicks may safely be given the rest of accomplished. At several of the the negro. At the same time he
ease: the warrant alleges that Lang is and others are being put,on a more
the:place.A meetings, wild and impracticable noticed his shotgun in the corner. He
FThe has cost hundreds of wanted for numerous other crimes. equitable basis, with the result that
gapeworm good preventive of gapes is to schemes were discussed that would involve grabbed the gun and shot the
:thousands of dollars to poultry raisers. Lang has been a fugitive from justice negroin not less than a $300,000,000 valuation
keep a small piece of,gum camphor or the expenditure of thousands of for- several months. The first the left shoulder blade as he start- V
Strange say, it does not seem asafoetida! in i the ed down will be assessed en this year and =-
drinking water. dollars and would require years for trace the Pennsylvania authorities stairs and the negro fell
'to thrive in soil sections very likely ,more, whereas the valuation .
dry. sandy -
An excellent'remedy is their down the'stairs and
a piece of accomplishment, but.a disposi- obtained of his whereabouts was at escaped in the
*l', but works ravages in heavy soil lo- gum camphor, about the size of a tion is now shown to look facts in the Baldwin in November, but before he darkness. He was found later'and for last year for the, state was

Ir cafities.i grain of wheat, forced down the face and do the best possible under could be apprehended he left Baldwinand Dr. Freeman was summoned to dress only $234,000,000. Reports to us show

Its history has been a'puzzle to throat of the afflicted chick. It may the circumstances.The came to Starke. He has been a his wounds. Mr. Lindsey notified that valuations in all the counties .

% poultrymen, but scientific experiments Chief of Police Kite of the state except one will be rais
R be necessary to repeat the dose daily meeting called to order hack driver and general utility man by telephone, butas '
s ] have 'resulted in the discovery of eft for several days., was at the Commercial Hotel for several nothing could be done without dogs ed. I believe now that the state rnfl- !
by E. S. Matthews. In the
J fectire treatments, as briefly de crib- 'The old method of extracting the months and his wife was employed at until daylight Chief Kite waited till lage caa be reduced 2 mills. The '
of Secretary J. R. Dover Mr.
ed herewith. the morning and then tracked comptroller has alr.ady. recommended '
;; \ worm with a horse hair loop is not F. A. Scott chosen same place. Jones to
>' The gapeworm is seldom, if ever,, advisable. It is dangerous and cruel, was as secretary About a week ago Lang disappeared. his cabin and took him into custody. a 1-millred:1ction.:

+., J troublesome in a sandy-soil country. often leaving the chick in, a worse pro tem. Shortly after he left, Chief, of He was placed in the county jail and '"Now that the tax commissioners

'. I have kept poultry in South Jerseyfor condition than before the treatment. The committee on telephones re Police Kite, received a letter from given medical attention,,where he will have been all over the state and int.every *

::t twenty-seven years, and in all ported that the people in the sections Huntington, Pa., which contained a remain until his case can be investi- county studying the conditions "'
into which it is proposed to run the I warrant for Lang's .arrest His gated. at first hand
-, t that time never heard of a gapeworm ELECTION as a mat tor of fact do
CALLED OFF. telephone lines are anxious for the whereabouts had .
I :(-existing this locality, a fact that been discovered you find these conditions:as to valua- ,
4 I j. convinces me' that 'thrives 10nIy' in fl'be'primary election which' was service and ,are ready and willing at through letters written by Mrs. Lang ALVAREZ-JOHNS. tion at great'variance?"; Mr. Patterson -' r

,( heavy soil sections of the country' proclaimed by Mayor E. E. Canova to any time to furnish the poles and to her mother. Officer Kite arrested Mr. Errol Alvarez, son of Mr., and was asked. .

; t This affliction shows itself, gene:- take place today (Friday) for ,the erect them. Mrs. Lang and obtained a confession Mrs. M. J. Alvarez and Miss Corinne "As an illustration of our observations
purpose of nominating an alderman The committee on public hitching I from: her, in which she said that ,
Lang Johns will'
< 1 .t ally, in chicks between the ages of six daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. I make a comparison between .
to serve out the unexPired term of sheds'reported that they had secured I was in Valdosta, Ga., where she intended Mack Johns ., .
!i r to'eight weeks, and never after the were marriage Duyal county and Madison
E.. P. Duncan, resigned, has been call $90 of the $95 necessary for constructing : to join him. Sheriff S. B.
t .t I bird is four months old. It is doer to Sunday afternoon at 3 'o'clock by county, basing the comparison of tachcounty's ,
L' '' ed off for the reason that only one the shed and were instructed to Denmark accompanied Mrs. Lang to R. A. Weeks. '
Notary The
thread-like worms in the windtpipe. I young couple ,tax roll for 1913,against the, ,
'.- The symptoms are gasping, candidate announced himself. At'* the secure the remaining $5 and have the Valdosta Monday with the object of drove out the Stark and Green census report, of 1910 (the latest at -

I l \,with the'mouth wide open. Sometimes last.meeting of the council thatbody shed erected without delay. arresting Lang, but upon his arrival Cove Road a few miles and were married hand.) The,census report;;is made up _
deadlocked upon two candiates for the The committee on "booster" envelopes there he learned that'Lang was al under the sky the from' the
the thick statements
; .. in its 'st 'ang1in, runs i among ,of'the property:
v backwaidt aneezes,'has great'difficulty office and decided to call an electionfor reported that the matter had' ready in jail upon the charge men murmuring pines. They were accompanied owners themselves to the' census examiner ? .
allowing the purpose of getting an expression been taken up with the manufacturersof I tioned above. by Mr, and Mrs. Frank C. Hol- "
;jjn' becomes'emaciated: and therefore it must be 'true: :
4I fr Y finally dies.. of the sentiment of the people. the envelopes 'and quotations requested lingsworth. Mr. J. E.: Wilson, and Mrs Now, the 1913 ]tax rolls 'of .each of. '

It'is: c.claimed" that the disease was Since only one candidate offered him. and that a''report would be crept into the discussion and it R. A. Weeks. these counties in comparison with the,

k self it, was not considered necessary submitted at the next meeting.A suggested that the only to havea .The happy pair have,taken up their is
discovered about 1799_ by a, Dr.: Wies- way census report as, follows on live
''J. to to the of election. committee was appointed to makea residence for the present at the homeof ,
an ,
,nth 1, at Baltimore, Md., when it go expense successful county fair year after stock: .

particularly afflicted.turkeys. In 1806 tentative draft of the matter to be year was to put the proposition on a Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Murrhee.Mr. "Madison county assessment shows V = ,F

F to '1809 'it :became epidemic' in England ANNUAL MEETING*. printed on the back of the "boosteU. r"' business basis by organizing a county and Mrs. Alvarez have the best that there is assessed 82.6 of the n- m-'

l i :$ among chickens. For thirty or J, J. Dickinson; Camp, No. 1617, envelopes and submit same at next fair association and conducting the wishes of the entire community for ber of horses' and mules as,appears'
C. V.,'will hold its regular meeting at meeting.A their future.happiness.. .
tore affair business
on principles.
r _years !ie,disease ,has.been very on the census report; it shows, 47.2'F
in the courthouse: in Starke on Wedneso Fourth of July celebration for The next meeting will be held
r-1- ,1 prevalent England, where half at percent of cattle, 26.6 percent of hogs;'
day, June 3, at 10 o'clock A. M., for Starke was discussed. Some of the courthouse CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION
.t million chickens are destroyed annualY.t Tuesday evening. Thor e A civil 25.9 percent of Jeep? and goats-the .

';! { ,France, too, ,suffers. serious loss the purpose of electing officers and things suggested as appropriate f questions of paved streets and a sewerage rural carrier service to fill examination the position of for a assessed value of live stock is '32.6 ,.
,,, i'tadb year;where the disease has existed transacting any other business thatmay the occasion were a picnic at the city ,system for the town of StarkewiU ral carrier at Guilford this percent of the census valuation of live

: for fully fifty years. come before the meeting.R. park, and a free dinner for everybody be taken up at this meeting. will be held at Starke, Saturday county;, stock.. Now, for Doval county the tax,

The T. WEEKS, including free lemonade, a baseball These matters are of vital interest to book shows the
:i name is derived from the pro i- June 13, 1914. All males between the following! percentage 4

'.z.; ;;;l Sent symptom, 'viz., gaping. This Captain. Commander. game, moving pictures and free every citizen of Starke and every citizen ages of 18 and 55, who are actual do' of number of I each kind of live stock:

;.taping has led some to believe that'the automobile rides for visitors. should be present at the meet miciles of,this county, and otherwise 'Horses and mules, .0233 percent. .
"n' J i : trouble, exists even with grown Telegraph $1.50 a,,year The idea of an annual county fair I ing. eligible, may take.the,examination. "Cattle, .0535 percent. '; ,

[fowls.tot that is a mistake. Fowlsnited "Sheep_ and !_fnats._ ..0353-, ,cercent", __ H__,
t,'< ;gape from other causes, such.as disturbances 1 ... "Hogs, .0150 percent, :

,cf the digestive organs. "The percentage 'assessed against .. I'

t'd Windpipes.. live stock in Duval, as comparedwith

{ census report, is seven-tenths of' 1
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(tA p !mortem will find the gape- (
(-1--rirms adhering to the windpipe.Theyare percent (.007.) How.does that look? ;f'

Um small, round, red worms, usually WILL ClOSE Do'you think there is need for some"s'

.. \1 attached to each other and to the 1WE AFTERNOONS thing being done,to correct this! ? This

.membrane in pairs (male and female) condition has grown up under, the old .
I plan. The tax commissioner no1working
i Baring the appearance of a double
I to make such .
leaded impossible a
worm. The male is about one- '

,lath of an inch long, while the female in' the future." V
", Will measure half an inch.x4 i
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]In 1855 Dr. H. D. Walker, of the : PARTY..
"' 1> States agricultural the Miss Chester Alvarez gate a delightful .
depart- merchants
h undersigned. of Starke j
taeatV discovered that if the newly birthday :'party on Saturday,
May 23 in honor
of her eleventh
+1>atct ed embryos were introduced into

''""-a" ikiin eight days there were to do hereby agree to close our places of and birthday.a most Refreshments delightful afternoon were served was -

s seilk found in the windpipe full grown spent from 2 o'clock until 5": o'clock. ;

rlrorms. The eggs require a tempera. business Ball games and many other l outdoor

m II" ::;!rXture 80' above freezing, as they'are'killed Thursday afternoon, during games were enjoyed. Miss';Chester '
'it degrees.
was the recipient of many nice pres
A fli: ,disease is peculiar to warm the ents. Those :
,: months of June July and August 1914--- present were Misses ,
( d;, damp weather, usually doing its Chester Alvarez, Jessie May Baisden, '

: (most'deadly work in May. Wet Inez Moitt, Janie Williams, ,Louise

I. }1. Weather hastens, the ravages of this Williams, Urma Stilley, Ina Jones,

,'I r kk disease: It is more'or less prevalent J. R. DOVER, J. W. MORGAN, Marvel Alvarez,,Thelma Alvarez, El-

;to)heavy soils; which is evidently con- t va Lee Crews, of Mulberry,, Mabel .

t elusive evidence,that the disease owes ,FRED F. STUMP J. F. KICKLITER Dunkley; Masters S. G. Sapp, of Mulberry -
Its origin to polluted soil, a Franklin Williams, Johnny
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: In! 1905 Dr. E. Gardner, who spent 'N. STERNBERG '< >' ';:.,. ':" JOHNS FURN. CO. I Baisden, Ralph Alvarez, Truby New ,
veral 'J man, Willie Mort
: years in a close study of the > Agin, Tate Alvarez, .
e.I 1 1j":*'4-question: reported that it tirsturred B. R. WITKOVSKI .< 4: i -J. W. WHITE & SON- Eugene: Williams, Elbert Sapp" 'of -

,to him that young chickens :Mulberry.," Louis Newman. I 4'
'[did not .-.- v'
get the under certain "
) conditions, and others gapes did under dif- '- N. B. HULL"l: : JAY S. BROWN, SUNDAY SCHOOL DISMISSES.?

in ,,,>jforent conditions. ; .' I On account, ot the.conventioh held L a

'L 1:,He found that the common earth- A.A.WAINWRIGHT "d'if: .' 1 CITY BARBERSHOP at Theressa next Satm'day'nc Sunday -

L, the teachers and officers '' ,
1 .: >worra was a: prime factor in the con. of the.

fiat ...'clitiolmanifest.. He noticed thatthick > Christian Sunday School will be away
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I i when let out early ,in the morn- f. ; there will be no Sunday Schoolat

rs, :;f !1r picked! up the worms and became :, the Chriatiafi{ Church next Sun- ;
_affected,and,those that gathered their ; day. The members of the Christian
worms from V i' church request that the members of
> the manure pile became

tf-, K more' 'so, W. S. GR HAMf.: & *:4 LANE'S, v ;: ,.the''Christian Sunday Schcol attend f

Contagion Theory. other Sunday. Schools, .'next .Sunday.. }
rs." -JR-" binson" Ijas. a theory that gape- .BRADFORD CO. BANK ,. f J. M. ,ALVAREZ Vi -_0: V' "
|V -'l W9lml. are communciated to fowls % ;. NOTICE. > / .
'6 Saturday, May 30 is De I
tfca nIected fowls, and 1 also from in- oration-, '.*'
eeted Day and: a legal holiday and
ra $ _sail; that contagion: between a
foirli Star e postoffice "will be open from 10-
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ri r I : Attractive Prices' On American Wire Fence petition of knows a ndKMhool M tile Roberts honorable district Sub-School Board to U of eatablkhed District School hmby cet and<- i Wh t, :"B ee'" 'Means.

.. missionert of Bradford Court for aa election ,.' ,, .. .. ...... .. .,
/1) I ,Come:In to establish tM 8uk-8thool District bounded 'Bee Dee" on flu label melDS REAi.vAl.vff: 1-
:t u follow: package.LUd ,RESULTS ad SATI5Allenllqthe j
II Comawndaf at tile Northeast corner of Beth
after .
coateDts bne been used.
See. 22, Tp.- 4. Bans 11 E. and run woth me Jemedia ImerIDJ IDf
i-fl OB See. line to township line dividing Town Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you bay a Itd: s esciese 1fe tlke DIe.- ; rx
: DeWITT C. JONES ships four and eve thence E. en said lint to or poultry! remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies \IICJIrt', i
range line dividing Bangea U and 20; thence pared. from n_... medicinal Ia Il'e-i an4 echr euwra7SSd setu ';.'!
tooth on Mid line to southeast comer of Section Ie Ire genuine meaicinet mead ttJc& ; 1
12 TIt.,1. Eg. 19. TIIeDce..t on ee- .
Hardware Lumber tion line to Swift Creek: thence southwest dcpea4 ClIo' AIcMiJIaa Stock Ptrat.. '
K. I long Mid creek to West line of Section 1C; Wtta,. arts. '!-
thence north to north*eit comer of Mid aeetioa Bee :
16; thence west on section line one-half Dee DDI t

t I mile; thence north on center line of Section '- .- '--- t.III1MDIT-DIP' Ya ysad Ulealt t. 'a
r .. 8; to north line of See. 8; thence north on "Dee> niuig rower-&.LWCclkR Ott' r-r dgglera t! .!
Ste '. section line to Baker county line: thence east
Ilarge along Mid Baker county line to of kY
.. . . .. . I would,lose prestige as a fearsome disease amount constantly on hand. '". point b-,

,. i 4 carrier. For inasmuch as the jl ... Fertilizer Formula. And further., to Tote upon' the millage to -- ,:
k be assessed and for the purpose of electing a ;
BANISH MALARIA weather conditions throughout the Ammonia 3 percent. board of three trot tea for the Mid sub-.ehool

'i By" J. Y. Porter. + South while allowing the mosquito to I. Phosphoric acid 5 percent. district Names: John Crews. C. F. Alderman J. L. Insurance_ Agency is one j

:. + hibernate, actually destroys all the Potash 4 percent Roberta Mr..C. A. Joiner. H. H. Williams. THIS

+ + + + + +v+ + + + + + + + + + + malarial germs in the insect, so thatit Ingredients needed, to make a ton of Mrs.Taylor Joe J.Loodhatter.Cruse W.J.W.C.Williams.Pram W.C. P.C the oldest institutions in "':

is necessary for the mosquito to be- the formula: Douberhr.
1 : ( Banish malaria from ,the South! ,infected April ID-fit Bradford County. Not: a
come again ,from germs in I Dried blood 350 pounds,or

z South,1 The are doctors planning.of Florida a campaign and of to the do the human carrier before she can fur- Cottonseed meal 7 1-2 percent 800 Graham A PETITION.Fla. May 4 1914 bank in the county and only one

ther spread the disease in man. The pounds. To the Honorable Board of Public In
:* that very thing and.they will succeed, struction. We the undersigned patrons of railroad when it
and of Acid
importance significance freeingman phosphate. 16 percent, 660 Graham Sob District, No. 11 petition your *
It from the germs in the winter pounds. Honorable Board to extend our boundary .
fore to take in Sections 16. 16 17. 18
Remarkable how much hinges onthat months are plainly evident. With this Muriate of potash 160 pounds, or 22. 27. and W% of Sections 14. 23 and 26.
4 one word sometimes, but this accomplished, malaria would be forever Kainit 660 pounds. all in Tp 7 South B. 21 ECo Must Be Giving Universal Satisfaction
B. Roberta. Cbesley Fore.. s. D. Dukes !
time it means if the people of Florida banished from Florida, unlessit Ten days before the corn is planted R. N. Dowling. James Reynolds. E. D. Ab t
ti a d the South will permit the doctors ernathy. J. A. Groves L. C. Smith D. .J.
should be reintroduced from out- one-half of the fertilizer be
may Byrd. B. D. Wasdin.' T. W. Wasd>n. J. R. Davis & Co. Starke Fla.
; to do the work, if they will help and side sources., It would be worth some- applied broadcast and worked in witha F. G. Sebell. ,

co-operate. It'would seem at first where from: ten millions to hundred harrow. A second application shouldbe May 8-S. Secy and Supt.MASTER'S a

thought, that those who suffer from million dollars to have this brought applied about the time the corn : ,

the disease and who are the possible about and to' have the wide, wide is knee high with the distributor between Notice is hereby given SALE.that under and by -j fcjsa=== BLls=BiMtSs s =-B-=----B BCS----- aaaiJi S BSiH S
victims next summer and the year after I virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made '
know that it had been done. the rows. Just before the corn and rendered April 29th. 1914. by the Judgeof International Harvester
would gladly assist, but,will they. II tassels an application of 100 to 200 the Circuit court of the Eighth judicial
To understand the proposition it is circuit of Florida in and for Bradford county
Ipounds'per acre of nitrate of soda is G. Markillie,
necessary to outline the problem + + + + + + + + + + + + + #+ + + often advisable. in chancery, and in against favor of Willie F.E. Barclay complainant and Wagons .

W. C. her husband, defendants the r
briefly. Malaria is caused by a + + Barclay ,
germ O.-L. MIZELL, undersigned will offer for sale before the .
in the human blood. It enters the + GOOD ROADS CHEAP. + court house door at Starke. Florida, during ,
+ + Special Agent. the legal hours of sale on Monday June let .
red and forty- ,-
corpuscles once'every 1914 to the highest and beat bidder for cash the
eight hours it bursts open its particular + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + following described real estate lying and being
+ + + +'+ + + + + + .. in Bradford county, State of Florida, to-w.t:
cell I and a .dozen or two little North half of Southwest quarter and Southeast
come out. Each chooses a new All the roads in Florida can be + + quarter of Section Twenty-eight, Township wNv.
germs made good for'automobile travel I + NEW LAW EXPLAINED. + Four. South. Range Twenty-one. East, containing ;
cell and the process is repeated on the two hundred forty acres fore or less.
second day thereafter. Whenever this freighting and walking, dust free, + A. S. Crews
mud free and free of ruts at a very + + + + + + + + + + + + + + Special Master in Chancery..
out from the cells take place, the patient Thos. W. Fielding.. Solicitor for Complainant.May
small expense, by using the native l-6t.
has a chill Sometimes there is
Senator N. P. Bryan, author of the
material, sand ,and, oil, just the na-
a double infection, or two sets'of .
new primary law, after reading the NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE.Thirty
,germs, which hatch out on alternate tural dirt and crude oil at a cost of discussions days after the first publication of
$150 mile. This many newspaper anent this notice I will apply to the Honorable
; days and the patient has a chill every per seems absurd, its intricacies, says it will prove sim- Ceo. A. Gardiner County Judge of Bradford
but it is true nevertheless. Brick County Florida for an order to sell at private -
day, instead of once in two days. ple, workable and easy for under- sale the undivided one fourth interest
f It :works so exactly and each step in roads only four inches thick, on sand standing when in operation. He ex- each of A. C. Taylor and E. C Taylor, minor
cost $12,000 a mile clay roads 'cost heirs of W. H. Taylor deceased In and to TnelHCLineCIAIHANDHAT
the process is so necessary, to all the plains the law as follows: the following described lands situated in CEE the International fifth'wheel (pat-
rest of' this that if it is $2,500 a mile; oil sand roads cost $150a Bradford County. Florida to-wit: Q
cycle, once
"Under for -
mile. With such small the old plan, after the first North East Quarter of the South East MACHIXEJ entapplied ) on Weber and Columbus
broken at any stage, the chain is in- a expensethere'is primary was held, the leading candi- Quarter of Section (19) Township (6) S.. : This. one feature
no excue'why farm Range (22) East containing 40 acres monfor Haven wagons.
terrupted and the result is that the every
date had been defeated. These de- k"
Jess. : i' makes these two stand above '
and country road in Florida'should f ..... wagons out ;
disease is If the Mrs. J. E. Taylor
stopped. mosquito feated voters were recognized as the Gaardian of said Minors. 35.! all the,rest as the best and cheapest fora lPh
-hk I not be a good road. An oil sand roadis .IN MACHHOSCnfcDrib
_. = particular Anopheles which balance of power. The new law does May 8-fit. ,s, Picbn farmer to buy. The fifth wheet prevents Y
works only during the late afternoon just like a dry cinder road. Thereis not depart from this process, for the 'I' t'!"; Cubi"ts" the pitching and pulling up of the front bolster, and r :

'' and night hours (for the mosquitoes no mud, no dust, no ruts, no chuck reason that their second votes are NOTICE OF ELECTIONBy ..,... s it does away with broken king pinsaadbent circle 1 '
h that holes. It is a good automobile road.It the power vested in the Board of Pub TIWGI irons. It doubles the bearing surface ot the: bolster i -
'bite in the day time are usually is made follows the only ones which are added to the lie Instruction by the school law of Florida i on the szodboard; it increases the life of the wagon; 1V a'
I only the Culex-the rain barrel or the as : total of theleading candidates. They elections are hereby ordered held on the 6th distributes strains more evenly and therefore makes f '
salt marsh are Round up the road with a grading day of June 1914 at the following places for WEW LINE the work of easier the horses a'
J f mosquitoes-and mere- determine the result. the election of three trustees and to determinethe hauling on
Ij nuisances and are not Carriers'of machine, sprinkle it with heavy oil, "For instance, four candidates are amount of millage to pe assessed: :caste With all these points to recommend it the Inter. I !
Guilford establishing! district and electing Hsrara national fifth wheel is worth a trip.to town to
disease germs--could be gotten rid of, crude oil of 10 to 12 degrees gravity, .in the race, A, B, C, and D, and run trustee 'inspectors H. H. Williams, James and Call on the I H C local dealer who dle15 Weber or

malaria would cease. If the malarial. 70 barrels to the mile, costing $1.30 in order named. Your preference is act Pearce as clerk.C. C. Dubberly one of the three to WuwT.ncU... Columbus wagons and ask him: to show you ,the .l '.

' patient could be protected by care each barrel of 42 gallons. Cover the D, and your second choice is A. You Starke inspectors Smith Crews Joe Andrews tkr.kan International fifth wheel You.cannot see it on any' t' ,1
I oil with two inches of the natural Jr. L. V. Moore,one to act as clerk. other wagon. If you. do not know.'wliere to go,. ; '.
ful screennig that no Anopheles could therefore vote what is called"a D-A
J. E. Adkins B.
Long Bridge inspectors
line and
i: drop us a we.will give you'the same of tn&
site him and carry the germs to other I sand or dirt, using the ,grading ma- ballot. If C and D are eliminatedyour F.Little Renfroe.Springs S. C.,Crews inspectors, one to W.act D.as Dukes clerk iF+ I... nearest dealer. i i C;"J"

humans, foe disease wouli teas Both j chine and roll until herd. Seventy vote is counted T On the other Wiley Williams S. W. DoBose. one to act International Harvester Co.purlfAmerica
I barrels of oil at $1.30 a barrel is $94 as clerk ;C
'' host hand if vote an A-B ballot and i
:Ae- and the human are you
mosquito I Brook's. G. R. Groover. T. L..Chancey D. G.
. to the continuation of ma-I per mile and you have a good road to A and B lead, then your B vote is not Blume one to act ad clerk. I JacksonvilleCdtintera
; necessary Pine Hill inspectors A. B. Surrency G. E'1a. :' ;:!
laria, and if either is lacking the cycle travel counted, for the reason that it wouldbe W. Hasen F. L. Colson, one to act as clerk. DeerW, ....... o ... '/?'_
is broken beyond repair. If, finally Florida has the worst roads of any illogical to permit your second Vanderbilt, inspectors F. M. Norman..J. G. L ./
Crews L. L. Sapp. one to act as cle". \;!;'
t the germ may eradicated from state in the union today. I can have I choice vote to cancel that of your first New River inspectors S. B. Colson D. W. -'",
Kelly W. H. Green one to act as cbrluPine ':;
the systems of those who are suffering all roads good at the cost of $150 I choice. Grove inspectors B. D. Griffis J. t

from the disease, malaria would a mile. The oil is applied as follows: "Some are under the impression 'Griffis G. M. Fnteh. one to act as clerk.' :v
Heilbronn. inspectors Drew Reddish W.
in It should be heated to 180 degrees in ,that by 'single-shotting1 or failure to
become a thing of the past any section C. Wainwright W. E. Davis one to art b
state'or country in which the a tank containing a steam coil, but it vote for a second choice, an advan- clerk Bradford
.. Raiferd inspectors D. B. Browning G. W. County
II, remedy had been applied thoroughly can be applied cold by means of a wa- tage will, accrue for the first choice. Nickles, W. W. Roberts one to act M rferk. T
Lake Butler inspectors T. C. Fletcher T. Te.
and honestly. I gon tank. The oil flows through a I This is aboslutely impossible. If you P. Register, M. H. Markey. one to act as

fact and faucet in'the rear of the tank into ai vote for C alone and C ia defeated, it 'clerk.
theory-it is
this is no a Abstract
I. Providence inspectors J. D. Harden J. J. CompanyA
fact. A systematic campaign wooden trough nine feet long, 42 inches is the same as if you had voted in Belling W. H. shaver, one to net as clerk. .
a.proven wide and 48 inches with the first primary and had failed to F. G. SCHELL..
baaed on this knowledge, was made in deep, ; Secretary and Supt. Schools. complete record of Bradford County lands
the Panama Canal Zone under the half inch holes in the bottom of the participate in the second. If the voter May 8-SU '.
splendid leadership of Cot William C. trough every 4 inches( to scatter the single-shoots A and declines to Land Titles Real Estate Investmt .

B his second and these two IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8Tft JUDICIAL CIa-
Gorgas. The result? The number of oil on the road. vote for ,

cases for each one thousand of the It sems incredible that people will lead nothing is gained, for, as I explained BRADFORD CUlT OF FLORIDA COUNTY _-

population was reduced from 821 in pay $12,000 a mile for brick pave-l: before, if he had voted A-B DONIE GLOVER

1906, to 110 in 1909, and the numberof ments only four inches thick no i his vote for B would not be counted.If VS. _
foundation below.California the voters will impress uponlhemselves '
deaths for each thousand inhabi- BILL FOR Where I .
tants, from 8.09 to four-tenths of one. spent $18,000,000 on oil- that no second choice votes will TO APPEAR DIVORCENOTICE are

In Italy,the home of malaria, the ed hard broken rock pavements, 12 be counted excepting those for the THE STATE OP FLORIDATo v .. a/a.a. 11! '
inches thick roads and defeated candidates they will have John Glover. Greeting: '
on county ,
of deaths from the disease
k reduction It having been shown by affidavit that the the
was from 13,861 in '1901, to 4,871 in thereby more than doubled the num- the solution of that question. Defendant John Glover U a non-resident of Capital iI
the State of Florida and that the residence
:r 1906-sixty-five percent At Ismalia, ber of tourists and investors in one "It has been said that a plurality of said Defendant ia at Climax. County of i

a- town, of sir, thousand inhabitants I year. It was the best investmentever nomination is possible. Where three Decatur.Defendant' State is over of Georgia the age and of that twentyonerears. said I a r..
made. It made California all- candidates are running it is possiblebut
an .
along the Suez canal, 2,250 cases oc- TheyarebeforeyouI !, '
,. It is therefore ordered, considered and adjudge
year-round pleasure resort. The tourists not probable. Very early in every I
med: in 1900 and,only 37 in 1905, a that Mid Defendant John Glover do
.:pactical annihilation of the disease. spending all their time in auto- campaign two candidates generally appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint under your 6ng rst |t I i \ .

At the annual meeting of the Southern mobiles, riding on paved roads' be- impress themselves upon public opin- June A.herein D. 1914 on or in default before the whereof 22nd a day decree of ready tolmpnntthgn. "

tween citrus groves, vineyards and ion as leaders." pro corkesso will be entered against the said I
; ; Medical Association at Lexington, John Glover.It [
Ky., last fall the Florida delegates ad- fairy-like beautiful homes, and then is further ordered that this notice be 'selves on the paper at i i

home and preach the gospel of published in the Bradford County Telegrapha 1 1typewriter'is
vocated a 'campaign through the go newspaper published at Starke in Bradford a single stroke if your V V i4t

: r 1 Southern states for the complete eradication semi-tropic attractions. and produc- ,CURIOUS BITS county consecutive, Florida weeks.In .once each week for file j,

of malaria. They presented tiveness. OF HISTORY Witness Whereof I have hereunto set a
i ideas and the association named Florida needs first of all good oil my hand and affixed the seal of our Cir-
Their cuit Court on this the 13th day of May A. D. ,Model;
' f i a commission with a Florida doctor as sand roads all over the state at $150a 1914 10 Visible
mile, and a few paved boulevardsthat
chairman, to plan and inaugurate war "
-, L. S. By H. A. Weeks. D. &
'" against, the disease. The plans have are 'permanent, with a pave- A. W. MACY. A. Z. Adkins Solicitor. for Comp, r
By May 15-6t
; Dot yet been fully matured, for they ment News.12 inches thick. Monticello Strolling through the Bod

;i leian library on day, Lord '"
e Klngsborough, known in private MAKE YOUR OWN I ,'jj:"
,,-': ample'-means and the earnest co-op- ++++++++++++++++ +++ life as Edward King, hap- J;

", eration,of those who are to be bene- + + pened to notice an ancient MexIcan PAINT ; tit,:

'.- fitted directly, it is possible. It is a + CORN FERTILIZATION." + manuscript He became so I YOU will .SAVE Writing in sight is of course important, and the writing of the Snatlr -
: but undertaking + + interested In it that he resolved >.
simple an enormous 60 ds. PER GAL
from, the medical standpoint. ++44++++++++++++ +++ to devote his life to the studyof Premier is always in sight. But this is not all Every character wwi tt t; ,
Mexican antiquities. For ten THIS IS HOW
It M>. happens that in Florida the ,The amount of fertilizer that can years he labored faithfully, and 1 by the Smith Premier is in sight-not simply when it b written Wj i
4 LAM.Semi-
Anopheles mosquito is inactive be used Buy gals.
economically on a cropofcom in 1831 the results were pub-
5: the colder months' the year. will depend largely on how the lished In a monumental workof And Mixed 3 gals.Real LinseedOil Paint $8.40 all the lime. It is the only typewriter on which everything is valid:,

ne': germs ef the disease are kept land has been.prepared. If the land seven Immense volumes, almost to mix with it 2.10

nIive only in the human system dur-I has been well plowed so that there is two feet square. In these Kaies7gals.Paintfor0.53It's from each and every character on the keyboard to the writing on the papa%|

: ing these months ready for the>fur- a depth of soil not volumes are printed, In vivid
only can larger
tl,T spread of malaria with the return quantity of fertilizer be applied a with colors, facsimiles of the an- only $1.50 per gaLThe ,And this is only one of the Fourteen new.features of the Modd I 10;\:

oC warmed weather when the mosqui- Drofit but a__ lamer yield of__ torn can cient Mexican paintings that L. & M. SEMI-MIXED Smith Premier '?,
are preserved In the great libraries REAL PAINT is PURE WHITE LEAD. Typewriter. -
tcsa get busy again. If during this be expected. On,well prepared land, ann or ZINC" LINSEED OH.-the best known

,. period of insect inactivity, every man, plowed six to eight inches deep, from In this work museums he had Europe.definite paint materials for 100 years. Let send
a us catalogue which will tell
Use a gal out of any yon nut and if rot the you a : you' about them all. i.iIiIIIIiIIIIfi
and child in Florida'who suf-
T.oraan 400 to 800,pounds of fertilizer per object, to prove the ancient settlement best paint made then return the paint and get :

Bred atrtaJtn from, should malaria voluntarily last summer report or to acre Corn can requires be'''applied from with 120 to profit.,150 daysto the Israelite of Mexico But by a it branchof provedto all your DE maney WITT back. C.'JONES. m m III[11I1111 ill I 11I111I III,,,11I11I 1111I)))11I111I III 11I1 11I11,11I11I1 iIlill111! II III Iilllillilililililliillillill I fi .

V the family.physician and receive ade- mature. On account of the lengthof be his und rng. He spent .

5, <;jiTte and proper treatment, the ma- the growing season one can use nearly $150,000 on it, and became Ivial germs would be completely dew heavily Involved In debt. Starke FloridaTo '.'
organic material to a considerable ex- Smith Premier Department /
He thrown into
was prison on
stroyvd. The Anopheles returning in for
tent supplying ammonia. There account of this debt, and.died + Remington Typewriter Company ';i
P, JIarch or April for her usual summer seems to be little advantage in usingone there at the age forty-two.. Prevent Blood Poisoning fhiMjimliC
t a paigri would be reduced to the I form of fertilizer rather' than pply at once the wonderful old reliable DR. New York and vesywE here
.talk of an ordinary nuisance ands another, for what corn wants is a (Copyright 1911. by Joseph B. Bowlesj peal dressing that relieves lain aad heals at S
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.Mrs.. A. L. Cunnings- onset the I True Democrat has often asserted can i s tS

best blown'women fef St. Petersburg, be made make' Tallahassee as famous nnnnsuutrutnnnii4iAiii

LIVE STATE NEWS: has % badly lacerated right hand today .I as, Saaford ,u for its celery.

as'a result Wf an encounter withhreefoot'1iha'tk' Another .industry to. which they are When You Want

a \ yesterday afternoon giving particular attention is the .

in Boca 'Geiga bay opposite the growing of silk worms. They are t : -

Things That .Are ,Happening 'All Over Florida Jungle. Mrs. Cummings was fishing adept 'in this, business', having been I .

e from a small 'boat with a hand line. regularly engaged in it in their native A Horse A .Mule ;
As Told By Our Exchanges She had handily dropped the baited country. They claim that silk can be I 3-

u hook, in tilt water when she had a produced here within thirty days, : : If I

II strike. On pulling in the fish she where it takes forty-five days in I

Mt Sesaoma, of Bonifay, has tea :Irish potato being grown at that found,a shark. .It was lifted in the Greece, and the earlier the productionthe A Buggy Wagon -

plants growing on his place just to' .place. The tuber in question weighed boat and :)Irs. Cummings started to more valuable. :They have hundreds I ,

pow that kohnes county can produce just one pound and was smooth and take the hook out of the fish's mouth. of worms farmed out on the t'+I: ;

everYtmng.We hope'the gentleman ..free of blemish of any land. Mr. She had. 3the fish in her left hand whenit mulberry trees of their neighbors and I 1 -

may go Mr. Burbank one letter and .Eberhart said they had shipped a car made ,a jump and caught her right are setting many, mulberry trees I A Set of Harnes
make the plants produce iced tea in load that' day in which the No. 1's hand in Its mouth. Mrs. Cummingswas themselves as if they mean business. ..a }e

the summer and hot tea"in the winter largely exceeded the No. 2's.Daytona game and yanked the hook with They say that a few worms bring in .I t .
:: Tke-lftate.: : Gazette-News., her left hand. That forced the from $30 to $100 to thousands of individual -
I 110.-- shark's mouth open and released her families in their country. I Come to See Us :

John Stephenson of Hen'don had A Kissimmee dispatch says: Dur- hand. The wounds bled profuselyThe The men take a great Interest in

some'of the finest onions in town last ing an exceedingly heavy electrical shark bit through her right beautifying t heir surrounding and I *

Saturday that have beenfin-ttis office storm "hi passed over this section thumb at the nail tore out a chunkof are planting out many fruit trees, We buy in car lots and give our customers ?

yet. The largest one measured eigh- late Saturday afternoon, lightning flesh on the little finger and bit flowers and shrubbery. They' say 1 the benefit of the lowest prices;' r

teen inches around, and Mr. Stephenson struck Andrew Simmons, a prominent almost through the third finger at the they are greatly pleased with, conditions I R

says"that five onions 'grew side farmer residing near Fish lake, about ,first knuckle. The wounds were here and that several other ;

and side, touching 'each other, and four miles southeast of Kissimmee, treated with soda on the boat and Greeks will join them here in the Y=

covered a string of just thirty-three killing him instantly. Mr. Simmonswas Mrs. Cummings framed to the city fall. They will grow vegetables largely J. W. ANDREWS & SON

inches. 'Onions, well yes, they:come, at work on his farm when the where the wounds were attended to next season for shipment Theyare I

strong in Florida.:Zephyrhffls Colonist storm arose and before he had timeto by a physician. The hand is only also experts in 'poultry raisingand

reach safety the bolt struck him. little swollen today and Mrs. Cum- machine incubation.-Times-Un-

He TOB a man of middle age, industrious mings anticipates no serious results ion. I '

Those Tampa people are certainty and well'keown'in the vicinityand from the injuries. St. Petersburg Starke, Florida '

to date. A prominent resident ad- leaves,beside his-wife a family of Independent.
up At about
noon Monday James
vertises in*tho .Tribune the loss of a six children.
Woodseme, alias 'Barefoot Bill, a ne-
"key winding watch, for which'he offers We have been shown real nice .
reward It is probable that on When lovers of the rod and reel some gro between thirty and forty years
a there hereabouts get tired of pulling in the hand made beads. Nothing so very old, was lynched by a mob of white r. '
of thestreets.of Tampa
some ; strange about that, as hand made in
small out of the wet and want to men a swamp near Gordonvflle,
found hitching posts, .spinoing fry
may be beads may be seen worn by the ladies about i
six miles northwest of Bartow,
wheels boxes of sand to use 'in something 'outrivaling a 30 or, 40
any day in the week. However,thereis for criminal When Your Blood Is
an attempted assault on
i place of blotting paper, etc.Ot1ando'SentineL throw pound out bass a, all substantial they have line to equippedwith do is to something more about these beads, a young white woman who was in Right,

; )Pta; nthe fact that they are beads,
-a shark hook and bait and then charge 'of the servants at the Commercial -

Detailed studies of local road build- prepare for a pull. Leon Canova when: it 'is learned that they very Hotel The young woman '
clearly demonstarte the great possibilities was attacked in"her room by Wood- Your Whole (
assisted -of of the Ben-
being ing systems carried in>bn:100 by counties the department veiiow nett "Houseone a party night guests this week, in in Gadsden county's clays and some about three o'clock in the morn- 'System -s. Right
shales. The
beads in question are ing when he gained entrance througha
of agriculture,of ;the government landing a quarter ton shark, meas- .
made of bituminous shale, cured in
co-operation with state-"highway .de- uring some'ten feet in length, and if window of her room by forcing open
the shade and retain their
beautiful the"blinds. She wakened his
was by
win ask of the about
and local authorities. The you any party F
following partments counties 'in Florida have trying another one you will doubtlessbe colonial green color. This shale is taking hold of her arm, and her If You Have Any Blood or Skin Diseas Do Not '
very easily shaped when first taken
screams brought immediate help but
been designated by the state highway told that a big bass* is sporty from the ground and can be cut witha I becoming frightened by the alarm she Delay Until It Is Too Late, But Order '
the This
,officials as those in which the investigation enough for present. mon-
knife,'like one would cut a bar of
ster shark could have swallowed gave, the negro -escaped through the '
should be grade: Dade, Duval, easily -
soap, but after a few days drying in window before he could be apprehended TODAY
small sized child. Si
a Augustine
ana Marion.
'Leon, Liberty :
: the 'it becomes
Meteor. sun very.hard by those who came to the rescue
insomuch as to tinkle like the real of the frightened woman. A

African'Dr. Stone banana-experimenting plants to see how with they i One of the largest timber deals bead made of glass or any other me- was organized -and immediately posse pur- THE 1 4
tallic substance. Ornaments HOT SPRINGS
stat- suit .
was begun. He was traced thru REMEDY
'will'grow and production this eeon- made in Florida in :many months was
uary, etc., can easily be shaped out of Gordonville where he stopped'.at a
try. He has lately received fortyplants here this week, :by
this substance and when thoroughly store to buy food, thence to Eagle -,
that .WUd'in the native which the Tilghman Cypress Company -
: grow dried maybe nicely polished ana col- Lake and Winter Haven. I
At Lake '
t state,;and he-believes that these by who operate one of the biggest ored A Complete and Positive Remedy for: -
desirable shade. The 'first
any Alfred, through the efforts of
cultivation be made to;, nulls 'in the'State6at Lukens, secured a conductor -
:intelligent can
strata of this shale has only about. on the A. C. L. train he SYPHILIS ECZEMA ERYSIPELAS
>produceabundantly this eecion.H. : .; the stumpage rights on all lands held ,
six feet beautiful
overburden and is a and
captured turned to Sheriff
hu planted them ,on his place' In Levy county by the estate of Phil over I 'MALARIA RHEUMATISM '
colonial greeaveraging eighteen in- John Logan, who put him in his automobile ,
will thema'thorouglr lips & McEachin extensive mm f
southwest of town and: > give operators -
I ches in thickness entirely covering a and started with him to,jail. yI
tryoutPunta GordaIHeraM. at Meredith. The Tilghman com- || And All Other Forms of
: Blood
strata of the:same material substance I Near Gordonville he was met by a and Skin Disease
purchased only the tim- I
pany cypress
but of a much lighter color. It is very mob who lined across the road and
beron these lands however the
as '
plastic in its crude state and experiments his '
prevented The official
New Smyrna is pretty: (Certain that Philips & McEachin mill cuts:pie al- getting by. I
':lithas; been a mistake all'these years most-exclusively. The area embraced show that when mixed with was then overpowered and his pris- Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce This theGreatest =
some coarse, hard material, and oner taken from him and carried into
ito eall'SL the oldest city. 'in the sale to the inter- anow-1
t Augustine TOqhman ed to dry in the shade, it forms : the woods, his body later being foundin Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Market
'Documentarytevidence,it:is:producing ests aggregates, about 45,000 :acres,
crust that water cannot affect .
-Quincy a riddled with bullets.
'to-show that the first settlement was and the money involved will it is said, swamp EI
!Ernes. Woodsome bore abed I 3T
:rude near where New Smyrna is 1o'toted be between WOO and 75000. The reputation It II

today, while anyone who has deal was consummated through William is said that he came to Lakeland A I Full Course Treatment Three ;,,
In January four few 'from South Carolina ; ,
years ago ,
lien Hhe pretty country thereaboutsIs B. Taylor, managing trustee ff
Greeks, associated under the name of where he had just finished
challenged to deny that it looks the Phillips & McEachin enterprise. serving.aten 1--
D. Barkis & Co, came to Tallahasseefrom or twelve year sentence in the Bottles $12.50. Single ,
just 'like the sort of spot where a Other members of .the board of trus- ,
Michigan, bought 105 acres of penitentiary of that state for assault -
fountain of eternal youth would tees are T. W. Shands, president of .
land two miles 'northeast of the city colored Lake- I
a .At
upon Bottle
choose: tto sparkler-Miami Metropolis. the Gainesville National Bank, and E. $5.00We
Lee and immediately began to improve it land he caused a great deal of trouble ,
Hughes of Tampa.Gainesri11eSun.
/ : for truck farming. The place was among the negroes, and a month ago Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease ''
PenaMay, without houses, in a badly neglected was tried for criminal assault upon

condition, and they have had a great two colored women, but the evidencenot .
only ten;pojuds of weighing four.hundred The editor of the True Democrat
deal of work to do. But despite this being wholly conclusive, he
pounds 'brought to this visited the vineyard of S. Beroud,
was port just Write Us Your Troubles. All
they are now harvesting Irish potatoes acquitted. It is reported that the Correspondence Private"Hot
afternoon by the schooner Fish Hawk north of the city this week, and found
beans,onions,squash, cucumbers judge who presided at the trial told
in from the A the surrounded interesting '
ccming gulf. largeone proprietor by an -
cabbage and finding a profitable mar- him that he believed he was guilty Springs Medicine Co.
was brought in yesterday by an- -profitable'industry.. In
ket in the city: They have these veg- and that if he did not mind his busi- ,
other vessel, but'the one today almost the vineyard are grown the Delaware, J
etab1es' and tomatoes coming on for better he would be Ave. Hot Springs Arkansas
doubles h in weight The fish is,, the Hives and the Niagara, long experience lynched. 1:
succession 'after _.
throughout the summer] iWoodsome his capture is reported -
nearly seven feet in length, and one having shewn him that they I
Within a few weeks they will be to have admitted that he had
,of its sides is about three feet in are the most profitable varieties for sup-
plying the market with cantaloupes raped six women. There de-
"Width. Before 'being cleaned and this section. :The Hives is the favo- was no \ \
and watermelons, their crop of each monstration of kind whateverover A HOTEL YOU WOULD LIKE YOTft rAM ILY TO STOP 'AT
.dressed the fish weighed fully five rite, it being a splendid grape, prolific any .
being very promising. They have the incident and the crowd that
hundred pounds. Times-Union. bearer and early ripener. The has
X also crops of corn, peanuts, sweet po did the work so effectively dispersedas WINDLEHOTELThe
bearing vines of this variety, which
tatoes. They believe in variety and gently as they had gathered. t
A Girls' Scout Camp has been or. have been set but less than a year. moat delightful family and commercial hotel in the citr. Joni tin place to make
are seeking to introduce several new Bartow Record. jour head carters while on a hopping tour or enroate North. Located In the heart cf
ganised at' White Fla. the Mr. Beroud has of Dela- -
Springs, one vineyard vegetables from their native country. shopping and theatre district Cool com fortable and all modern convenience at popular -. ,
first 1n the state. There are a number wares, still in prime condition, set out pneeg. Worthy of your patronage .
They have also set out a large bed of ..
of patrols in Savannah, and large seventeen years ago. In this climatethe asparagus, which one vegetable the Telegraph, 1.50 year. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA : A' .
organizations in Boston New York, vines and fruit are remarkably -
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flilled : .I UTI.: Jac k f fro .I: ----- : =
"vu"AOUU15WU. ice m diseases: requiring nu

Mnville will join in the movement spraying as elsewhere Mr. Beroud J I : fx'

Mrs. Juliette Low,who was the founder converts his fruit into wines and jui- ,

with Sir Baden-Powell in London, ces,but believes a profitable industry ., -" .
:England, is now in the state, and is could be built up here in shipping early -

meeting with much encouragement in grapes to market, if sufficient were 3

\this wwld-wide association for girls, grown to justify Tallahassee True sy -

for which high teaches ideals patriotism of womanhood.The and stands DemocratA Special Notice to Mail Order Patrons '

South Florida Press Associationwas .
Florida Metropolis says: launched at gathering of news- I
Cohen Bros. Jacksonville ; '
Perched high above the noise and paper men in Tampa Saturday. There Florida : ,

dust,of the city, with every vista a was' more solid business talk in the .

birdseye view, a, pretty little three hour or two of discussion than at any Furch ott's, Jacksonville, .Florida '

room cottage is to be built on the three days' meeting of the Florida .' .
roof of a towering skyscraper in Jack- Press Association. The new organization : ,.

IOnv le.' LawnS and shrubbery will is going to accomplish somethingof Announce that they have discontinued their advertising in the Jacksonville Sunday' ,

probably surround it, the same as any practical ,benefit to the
newspapermen hereafter their and
paper and that Monday Tuesday's Specials will be advertised ':
.home, and C. E. Clark, Secretary of especially in the matter of ob- '

the Peninsular Casualty Company, taining living -rates for advertising. exclusively In the Saturday edition. of the Jacksonville Florida Metropolis., : '

will make the place his home. The Moreover it is very likely that no f

plans have already been drawn for weekly newspaper in South Florida ,

this the contract has been let and will be published at a lower subscription "if '

the building permit issued.D. rats than $1.50 per year after I 3& '

next January. That price will just 2 \ }i:4jen t1jt'rz

C. Eberhart, manager for the allow a reasonable profit on the cost 'rI .

Volusia Development Company, was of producing a weekly newspaper, and ;

in the city between trains Saturday the increase is made necessary be- ,, 'I ,

afternoon and brought to the Gazette cause everything else has 'advancedin I

News office a handsome sample of the price. Every newspaper south of :. :;

Orlando should be enrolled in the as- 'i cc-

RUBMYTISMWfll sociation and reap the advantages of ,. ., t., ;.
co-operation. The meeting for per- t, 1 ::: .I .

core your Rheumatism manent organization will be held in : ; :'; ; '

Neuralgia, Headaches Cramps, Lakeland at an early date, which will : i l ; \

Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and be duly announced.' Every newspaperman ( .rj

Burns Old Sores,Stings of Insects in the territory mentioned, ,.
Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne usedin- should arrange to attend this meet- :. '- ... 0- : r, 1 $.' '''''"'

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tfr k I" r.lll"Teiegraph What is probably 'the tamest,cam- '$ Political announcements, not exceeding one We take this method We desire to .
r I CARD TO THE PUBLIC. inch in length, will be printed under this of expressing express our he
1. _. \. paign in Florida's ;history, ,for 'the lieading for the uniform price of five dollars JUT heartfelt thanks and gratitiude to felt thanks to tho;loving friends ",

'"' Loeii .and' Long: .DiatP'L" past ten years at least, is drawing to + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + InTo advance. 1 the Hampton friends, and all.others, kind neighbors whose kindly gya

lt:1: Number. 40 a close. The primary election' will be the voters of Bradford county: FOR CONSTABLE 1 who assisted so generously and faithfully thy and.help were so generously! U.

t '. ; held next Tuesday. In Bradford I wish to say that_as next Tuesday I hereby' announce myself u a candidatefor j ; and'showed such marked kindness tended to 'my beloved husband.i
t :. has been notably the 9&1ce of Constable for district No.
the campaign father and during his -
i 'published weekly and entered u county is the time for the people to nominate 6. (Starke) subject to the action of the dem ]! in different ways dining,the recent us long
quiet ,None of the national or state for the next olratle: primary eelction in June, and respectfully illness of husband in and recentdeatn., r
men to fill our offices my Hampton. ,'
the post-office: -
'second class matter at solicit the of the of
: have done campaigning support voters
candidates MRS. J. W. 0.
!I any two and we want to rememberthat the district 1 That the choicest blessings of CLEONE 1\IQORt
Starke Florida., years
God abide with them
} this -strictly a business propo- may our most
contented themselves with a Something new in the
; t ,' :'E., Si: Matthews, Editor and Owner "still hunt" for 'the much coveted sition and one that concerns everyman TAX COLLECTOR.I 4 earnest wish. exhibition at C.vegetable linji. '
was on S.
: :P. E. Bobbins Associate Editor, woman and child, and every'manought hereby announce that I am a candidate Sincerely, Durlin. .:
.y votes. for reelection to the office of Tax: Collectorfor MRS. E. A. KENNEDY office this week in the shape of
i'- and..Buine .Manager After' having watched closely the to vote according to the 'die. Bradford county and solicit the votes of Itat-:. .
all Democratic electors. I promise, if elected E. A. KENNEDY, ian squashes, which were grownMr.
: Telegraph can see no good reason fora tat s of his own .conscience and not to discharge the duties of the office faithfully. "
and W. C. Kuhl his
.t Starke Florida Friday, May 29, W4 B. M. DOWLING. family. on farm near:
change in the personnel of our de- let others dictate to him. There are Starke. These squashes
--- legation in congress. Senator Fletcher three things we ought to consider. A are lolig;",
canning demonstration was heldon slender, smooth and light '
Nothing fails like-failure. during his six' years of service, First, is the man straight and honest? FOR TAX: 'COLLECTOR green ins
I am a candidate for the office of Tax: Collector I the school grounds in Starke Wednesday color. They. resemble a green gourd:
," -.- has proved himself one of the most Second, is he qualified? Third, is he of Bradford County. Florida, and respectfully
Sam's winter gar solicit the I! under the direction of Mrs. or a, long cucumber without spfce t
J Florida is Uncle able and active members of the sen seaport of the voters at :
willing to do all his duties? Now, the primary election on the 2nd day of June, .]Nina Williams, of Dukes, county They are edible and are considered
den. ate. His ability and untiring energy 1914. If elected I promise faithful' and efficient i
gentlemen, let's don't vote for a man i agent Miss Agnes Harris of Tallahassee great delicacy:-b'y Italians. ":
have attracted nation-wide attentionand service with due regard to the welfareof fey cap
.: the debts we owe because he is our cousin, or our dear all citisens and tax payers.Respectfully. I
can't dodge state and Mr. A. be boiled like
'; We he is everywhere recognizetLas .. G. W. ALDERMAN agent P. potatoes or sliced ant:

;: nature. one of the big men in the public life neighbor, and don't vote against a Spencer, state agent. Beans,.squash- fried in baiter;like eggplant :They I

;: t iceF of today. His retirement at this time good man because he has done some- FOR COUNTY TREASURER.el strawberries and blackberrieswere are grown op*a' large scale in'theEast ?-

".. Huerta is skating on thinner would be a great misfortune to the thing that did 't just 'uit.-everybody; I hereby announce myself a candidate for 1 used in the demonstration. The for the t--.Vw York market 'n:|
the democratic
'day- nominatien for the office of .
Ae;;; every -.-+-- state, and to. the country at large, for and don't vote against a man becausehe county treasurer of Bradford county Florida I attendance was smaller than the importance .Jy- ;>;[

be judged by the hero that matter. We do not believe there has made a success in life, but for subject to the the action of the white democratic ] of the occasion merited.SSSSSSSiSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSISSSSIlB. Read the Ted. graph-1.50
.r A man can voters at next primary election. I solicit a year.-.
:T he worships. is the, slightest danger of this hap- the man that is best qualified for. the the support of every voter of the county and .. f

i' pening for sentiment all over the place he asks for. Some folks think promise you faithful service T.if F.elected.RIVERS. I -----

.pf f' A bully is a man who always wants state seems to have crystalized in'' his that all the county treasurer has got BSSlHH B B HiFire

a.. to fight a man half his.size. favor, but it is just as well that his to do is to receive the money, keep FOR COUNTY TREASURER.

: -- friends and supporters be on guard the books straight and pay the I hereby announce that I.am a candidatefor
fll' ,Those Starke Telegraph paragraphs next Tuesday and that he receivesa money nomination for the office of county treasurer -
see out when ordered, but I want to say of Bradford county subject to the actionof e ormisfortun
r are a weekly delight Tampa Tn a large vote. Bradford county gave the democratic voters at the next primary .
l to that there is else he
you something election. I solicit the support of all the
. ; une.. the senator a handsome majority democratic electors in the county and promise
" I can do for you if he will. Gentlemen,
.s when he was a candiate six years ago. if elected, to discharge the duties of the office
: ;2j Generally speaking, men are optimistic have the best proof of any man in faithfully. "
There is those who
: I no reason why W. W. ROBERTS.FOR .
,: .;: or pessimistic according to voted for him then, and many others, the race that I will serve you correctly I :

2 \:, .their digestions., should not vote for him next Tuesday and,that is like I have served one COUNTY TREASURERI I

:*t + --. His record term. My record is before you and hereby announce myself for the office of I., ,
splendid as a senator .
i 11 white wife she County Treasurer and solicit the votes of the .
Jack Johnson's says deserves this'tecognition, and the it would oblige me if you all would Democrats at the coming primary. If electedI I "\. ,...
Was insulted in Paris. We can't con I promise to faithfully discharge my duty.J. .
part of wisdom dictates that he shouldbe examine it before you vote. Now, M. BROWNLEE.FOR <5- :
cave how it could be done.
s r' \ .. returned for another term. No gentlemen, I want to ask you for 7 .A tt _

Don't waste any time 'looking f&ra ,f man, no matter how good and able, your vote on June 2nd, and I will pro- hereby anounce COUNTY myself TREASURERI a candidate dor 11 i //f31
could step at once into the commanding mise if elected to ,
better job. If you ,arc qualified, you keep'you posted the office of County Treasurer of Bradford
; is* for position that h$ occupies in the through the county in regard to County and respectfully solicit the support
t the better job looking you. paper of the voters of Bradford county and promise
.- senate. the condition of our public affairs if elected to faithfully discharge the duties of

1 Famous musicians and singers The representative from the second once each month; and you know that the office. G. W. HAZEN

"i C' kind at home and another abroad. > member of congress that Bradford proposition and is not published FOR COUNTY TREASURERI

county democrats will have an opportunity hereby announce myself a candidate for '
but I will mail each chairman of the the office of County Treasurer and solicit the
God made the country and manmade to. vote for. We have so long support of the Democratic voters at the coming '

i the city, but the majority of the been in the habit of voting for Hon. board of trustees of each Eu -school primary. J.VERNON JONES !' 3 may

people like man's handiwork the best Frank Clark for this position that it district a statement once each'monthat ,

4 5 would be hard to break the habit even my expense, showing the condition FOR COUNTY TREASURERI i come ,

''' The crops ruined by unfavorableweather' : if we wished to do so. Undoubtedly of their funds, which has never hereby announce myself as a candidate
l r for County Treasurer of Bradford County, e*,!
are always larger than the I Mr. Clark should be re-elected. Like been.done before ,except when I serv- subject to the action of the June primary omorrowInsure

crops grown when the weather is perfect Senator Fletcher, he stands high at ed. I will also keep our idle money election and sol'cit the votes of all Democratic / ,
} electors. If elected. I will faithfully discharge
the nation's capital, and it is doubt- paid on our debts and cut all I can the duties of the office. <-j *
i ful if a better equipped man for the off the interest bill which we pay

J The Case school in Cleveland hasan position could be found in the dis. each month. FOR COUNTY TREASURERI .

Y athelete named Hellencamp, and trict. His ten in have hereby announce myself as a candidatefor agsinsf
years congress Now gentlemen I want to ask
the office of county treasurer of Brad w
there will be before the
r probably > sea- been filled with earnest, faithful and all to vote for me for county treasurer ford county subject to the action of the
-?' tleq nds. Democratic primary election in June, and
; intelligent service in the interest of
!' .l..:. and I will serve you to a silkfinish. promise if elected to discharge the dutiesof
E 'n. 4--- the people of Florida generally and the office faithfully and to the best of my
Tom Watson says Detective\ Bumso1.1ldn't ability. that
of the second district particularly. calamity
E. L. ODOM. today
she Yours very truly,
rR find a lost cow unless The Telegraph hopes both of these

t load a', bell on'her neck and a lantern' able and faithful officials will be givena G. W.' HAZEN. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI

on! her tail. Bradford hereby announce myself as a candidate for
large majority in county. the office of County Commisioner for District i
CROSSES OF HONOR. No. Z (Lake Butler) before the Democratic
'1 The Agricultural Epitemist says Any Confederate veteran or widowof Primary in June. I believe in lower tax mil- pan get all paeticulars about fire,. hail, life,

farmers: owe. much to progressive t} The last survey of the boundaryline a Confederate veteran, or descendant loge will endeavor and careful to have management the county and put if on elected cash livestock or burglary insurance atrthis bank.

farnpapers.- Some of them owe usa between North Carolina and desiring a cross of honor, who basis and discharge an'my R.duties J .ANDREWS faithfully. Come.in today and talk over thatUnsurance:

-little, too. South Carolina changed the line so have been
will apply for same, furnishing necessary you thinking about.
l SS i l SSSSSSSSS H W.i l i "l S""S* that an old lady who had lived in FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONERI .

'It;is said that the hobble skirt is South Carolina found herself in data and endorsements, will be hereby announce myself as a candidate for
reelection to the office of County Commissioner -
i; 300 years old. If the ladies knew it North Carolina. She said she was given .one by Kirby Smith Chapter from District No. a and solicit the support

t old-fashioned would U. D. C., of Gainesville; and bestowedon of all the, Democratic electors in the !>"
that they
was glad of 'it, because she had always county. .

quit, wearing it., heard that South' Carolina was not a Memorial Day, Sept. 27th, if application 's. T. DOWLING. Bradford ;

p' 1-*-r healthful state. is in my hands four'weeks County Bank

x We don't amount to much individually before that date. COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
hereby announce myself u a candidate for t
t' after alL When we are dead the office of County Commissioner to tq
MRS. J. M. ALVAREZ. represent Established 1889 JF f'
The efforts that have been made by
n' District No. 4. and respectfully solicit the
t .tie world will still be doing businessI designing politicians to besmirch and votes of all Democratic electors at the coming N.T. Ritch, PTCJ. W. T. Week., Vice-Pro J, .Hi:Hitch, Cashier
at the same old stand. primary election. If elected I promise to
Lila the
of Mr.
: defeat Senator Fletcher have fallen faithfully discharge ray duty.
and Mrs. J. J. Johns died of eholsranfantum LACY J. UNDERHILL.
.An exchange speaks of a candidate I I fiat. Everything indicates that the ,

' who is "making votes."*, Some of'theotter ,i senator will carry the state next Sunday night at 11 o'clock COUNTY COMMISSIONERI -

candidates would like to dis Tuesday by an overwhelming vote. and the burial took place Monday at hereby announce my candidacy for the ,
Crosby cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. 'office of county commissioner of Bradford FOR REPRESENTATIVE COUNTY COMMISSIONER
this man's secret I hereby anounce myself a candidate forreelection I hereby *
cover process. county to represent District No.2, and announce myself as a candidate If.
.-.- The Florida Homeseeker has been Johns have the sympathy of the entire promise to serve the people faithfully if to the House of Representatives for for the office of county commissioner frost ;;
Bradford County and solicit the of the
Roosevelt is wise in beginning the acquired by Messrs. Fred W. Kettle, community in their bereavement. 'elected. J.,B. CREWS Democratic voters in the coming election and the support No. 4 of(Starke all democratic) and respectfully electors at sofiet till ."'"- ';

f reorganization the Progressive I I I Harry L. Brown and Will M. Traer faithfully duties encumbent promise upon if elected. to ,discharge the June discharge primary of election. I promise a faithful. ? .'
me.A. my dul'.it elected.
If he had waited longer and after June 1, will be published COUNTY COMMISSIONER I D. ANDREWS.
i party now. I I + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I hereby announce myself as a candidate for ., W. A. BESSANT.COUNTY t
under the name of the Florida Farmer ,
there wouldn't have been anything to + the oVsce of county commissioner of Bradford 'I

f reorganize. and Homeseeker. + TO THE TRADING PUBLIC. + county solicit from the District support No.of all 5, and Democratic respectfully hereby FOR announce REPRESENTATIVEI my candidacy for the COMMISSIONER
t trice of Representative from Bradford I hereby announce Myself as a cudIdate
t + County
+ voters. If elected I shall do my full duty.D. .
]Florida, subject to the .will of the Democratic For the office of'county commissioner of _'.
The harvesting of :*, 40,000,000 IThe New Republic prints a photo- + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + W. PINHOLSTER. .electors in the June primary the support of Bradford gounty from district No. 1. sub "

bushel wheat crop in Oklahoma will graph of a "personal liberty" exhibit It was my intention to close out my 1 whom I respectfully solicit and I promise to feet in to the action sf the primary election '
COUNTY'COMMISSIONER I t>e faithful to the trust reposed in me should June and respwtfmlly solicit the support
begin the first week in June and last at Okanogan, Washington. The ex stock,and go south, but,my. business I hereby announce myself a candidate for ][[ be elected. of the voters '

F 39 days. 15,000 hired men will bt hibit an Indian full of "personal has increased to such an extent that election to the office of county commissioner JOE HILL WILLIAMS. C. J.. HANEY._ ...,"
from District No. '
3 -
(Lawtey and Raiford) --- -
t needed.j and hanging limply _over a I have mad up my mind to continuemy and solicit the support of all Democratic FOR REPRESENTATIVEI COUNTY COMMISSIONER } ,' -i-,> '

I hitching rack. business at the same old stand electors election.of the county at the coming primary her j to '. the office of nounce myself a candidate for nomination fsrr
representative from Bradford
j Mr. Denton,'of Alachua county, did S in Starke. I will give you a few J. E. J. WAINRIGHT j| county subject to the decision of the the office of CountY..-.Commissioner. District-t?!" r

qualify as a candidate Frank prices ]Democratic electors at the June primary and No. 4 (Starke). subject to the action of till '."
against A.famous surgeon claims that,belts : COUNTY COMMISSIONER I respectfully solicit the support of the voters.If Democratic Primary. I stand for an economical -
Clark, but it is doubtful if he will No. 2 White ][ elected I shall I administration "pf county affairs aad a
cause appendicitis, and the suspender Oats, $1.80per. sack. At the solicitation of my friends I am a represent Bradford county '-j;:
1 to the best of ability. competent Road Superintendent to do the fold,*i
Mr.qualify as a runner. It looks as if makers back up the claim, but we Corn,"white, ,$1.80 per sack. candidate from for District the office No.of 1, county subject commissioner to the- M. J. SAPP. work. I respectfully solicit your support. :'

rc Clark has a walk-over. suspect that what is put under the No. 1 Timothy hay, $1.45 per 100 Ibs. action of the June primary election and if ,Respectfully- N. D. GREEN. 'i

t.u 1..__ ____ i_ .J_ _,..L =.. ..L___ ..L elected promise a conscientious discharge of FOR REPRESENTATIVETo
uciE uao iuic LU uu wuii ik man; lnebelt. ; Shorts, $1.80 per sack. my duty. 1
# 'The Tampa ':Tribune the Democratic voters of Bradford "
says Upton Best head rice, 5 l-2c per Ib, by the A. H. WILLIAMS. I county, Florida: MEMBER OF SCHOOL BOARD
Snclair once lived a month 'on nuts I hereby announce myself a candidate ,for I hereby announce luyself as a candidate ..-'
and that ,he has been sack. COUNTY COMMISSIONER 1 nomination to the office of Representative at for member of the board of public iMtroe-- ;,
nutty ever On I the Democratic Primary to be held June 2nd. tion from district No. 1. and ictpeetfotty
June rice
Tuesday 2 Japan
a strangerwould $3.50 sack I hereby announce myself
We per as a candidate solicit the support of the democratic a
.j I nce. thought he had been born for the office of County Commissioner I respectfully solicit the support of the Democratic voters at the
tBat way '. think there was anarchy in Good flour, $5.50 per bbl. Bradford county from District No. 6, subject of : voters at this primary and pledge primary election' in. June. '
honest, faithful service if U W. KICKLITEfc .,
Florida. The state that to the action of the chosen.
on date will Merry Widow flour, self-rising, the Democratic prionll'J'.Iection TRUMAN G. FUTCH.
in June, and
respectfully solicit the ?
be in the throes of the Bryan pri best on the market $6.10 barrel. support of all Democratic electors ,
In Kentucky labels on poison bot- per NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE. : -
A, B.
ties must carry prescriptions for an- mary.. Meats. SURRENCY. FOR REPRESENTATIVE Notice is hereby triv-- to an concerned that ;;
Ttfa Friends announce F. P. Shaffer for Houseof three months after date hereof we will present
tidotes. Do labels on whiskey bottles .. An Smoked plates, 14 1-2 c per Ib. MEMBER SCHOOL BOARD I Representatives and respectfully solicit the our final returns as executors of the estate ''-:I

have the temperance pledge 'exchange says that hog serum White side meat, 14 l-2c per ]b. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for I support of the voters in the June primary. of E. L. Livingston, wof Bradford county ,
ought to be kept out of politics. Wedon't member of Board of Public Instruction from Florida, deceased and' apply to the County. ,.I
t, printed on them? D. Si butts, 12c per Ib. District No. 3, subject to the action of the Judge of Bradford &Nnty Florida 'for our_' i
know of anything that needs coming primary and solicit the support of all SUPERVISOR REGISTRATION final discharge. "
'. serum or vaccination than 3-lb tomatoes, $1.00 per doz. Democratic electors. I hereby announce myself as a candidate G. t'. LIVINGSTON f 1'
yt... : The size ot -some of of'the worse pol- 2-lb tomatoes, 85c per doz. CHESLEY FOGG. for the office of supervisor of registration for K. :. ,LIVINGSTON, !.
itics. Executors of the
r Bradford county and respectfully solicit the Estate. of E. L. Livingston "
of booze thatcome to.the local Salmon, $1.00 per doz. :support of all Democratic electors at the June deceased. <, ; -- {

express office' labeled '"For 'Family Everything has its drawbacks Lard, per tub $5.75. I wish MEMBER to announce SCHOOL my candidacy BOARD for memberof primary election. C. A. FUTCH. ,1:1; Apr-244a :;:xi

Use" leads to the conclusion that Tinware and Board of Public Instruction before the com
When ware as cheapas
goes out into the woodsto ing Democratic primary election from District NOTICK.
r here are some large families'in this pick a quart of blackberries he you want it. No. 2. and solicit .the votes of all Democratic SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI .In the matter of the estate of Louisa Jo ;"t=
;' section. electors. hereby announce myself as a candidatefor kins deceased. Notkv, to the next of kiD l
r 'e 'i'o 1_ also picks'about a half gallon of red Read the Telegraph.A N. H. STOKES. the office of supervisor of registration of Louisa Jenkins, eased, late of Bradford :
r bugs. few hats at absolute. costA for Bradford county subject to the decision of county State of Florida, and all othert :"3::o
the Democratic primary election in June and whom it may concert. are hereby ;
When a public servant has given few pairs of shoes at cost. FOR MEMBER SCHOOL BOARDI respectfully solicit the support of the voters that four weeks after the first

.every evidence of special fitness for i headline in a farm journal say Don't think I ani selling groceries at for member wish to of announce the bard that of I public am a instructionfor candidate of the county. C A. KNIGHT. istration hereof and on their her failure.to estat1 will'apply; for DOIifisoiIJ,

the position to which he was chosen there is in cost. District No. 2, add I respectfully sol'eit creditor of Louisa Jerkins: or other fit PF""j' #J
money good roads. There
the support of the voters at the coming elee son to administer r
it would seem to be folly to change ought to be. Millions have been put I have a few rawhide buggy whips at tion. June 2, and promise if elected, .a faithful SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATIONI authorized by law ont: 1t same as may' be : '

Nb kim' off for an untried man. This is into them. wholesale cost discharge of my duty. hereby announce myself as a candidate GEO. A. GARDINER :"
DOUGLASS. of restration of Bradford
for supervisor
J.1E. county County Judge of Bra4ord Florida.-
the case with Senator Fletcher. He f Matches and respectfully solicit the support of the Dated this
45c per gross.Don't 13th, day (If. May A. D. 19H. < '
,las given especially good servce as a While FOR TAX democratic t'electors at the coming primary May 15-4tTelegraph :1#
R always interested in female think that I am selling feed at election. :
.senator. Why then .should, we be I fashions, men are always inter.ested the citizens of Bradford County:-I an- H. C. PEEPLES. ,
14 I cost. i / nounce myself a caididate for the office of ....:
asked to him off? We are ask $1.50
swap !
in fashionable per year.
females. Assessor of Taxes.
; 16 balls potash, 98c, the regular lOc Assuring you of my very
ed makethe, trade simply to gratify great appreciation for the loyal support aniconfidence COUNTY COMMISSIONERI
the ambition of one else size. so cheerfully given me in the past hereby/announce that I am a candidatefor
some re- It is said that the and pledging myself to a continuance of faith- county commissioner from district No. 1. ,
:0rrdlesd:pfj whether the change is falls upon Good oil cloth 20c. per yes rd. ful services if reelected, I respectfully solicit I earnestly: solicit the support of the voters To Cure a Cold iu One Day
yit best for'the the $ust and the unjust but it has Yours, your votes in the primary election to be held of the county at the coming primary election, rake LAXATIVE BkOMC Quinine. stops the __
public interests or not not fallen either June 2. 1914. June 2. and I pledge myself to a faithful Cough and Headache and works oil the Colt j.
:( : \ upon here lately., .. J. C. CARTE 1 I' Very: respectfully. discharge of...the duties of the oce if elected. DnIggisu refund money?if it tails to eure.lw'
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? The best hosiery-Dover's.;5-29-2t ;Largest_stock of dry; goods'in. townat ....... .............- .,.................................., ffl v

. Sixteen cases' now goods just ar Stump's: ; ,

; [ rived at Stamp's. Mrs. E. S. ,Matthews visited Mrs. ; S l
Bits of Local Annie Richard in Jacksonville this Progressive Business Firms In Starke j ?#

I Mr. H. C. Waters was a visitor to week. .

: II Information j.C.w..raly Jacksonville Thursday. ; 4ttnnev J. E. Fetch was in Macon, Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their _. %
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Mr. J. L.,Warren was in Jackson-
Ga., two or three days this week on advantage to trade with the firms rep- rtl
ville business .
[ on Friday.Mr.
o.. l..2.rbrsa Jtny..u railroad business. 31
d T.er.. 9 resented in thisdirectory r
M. .
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J II John P. Coffin, of Johnstown; "4 <<
I Miss Fannie Bessent has closed her i .*, > V.

.. ,aM U '- I transacted business in Starke Mondayand I school at Micanopy and returned home ..........................Ner... .NN..N............ t t
r- ue ctay.
w Leviton's.Mr. Brocade silk at Leviton's. .for the summer. ........................... ..........,............... v 1i<
Percales and ginghams at Miss Rosa Callahan, of Whitesville, 1 ,'
l Mr. E. L. Odom of Lake Butler
Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Ga., who was the guest of her cousin REAL ESTATE. FURNITURE ; -
Mr. and son, .
B. C. Bell has moved his familyto candidate for county treasurer, was in i
Mayo. of Jacksonville, spent Sunday with in Starke, Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, for Starke Wednesday. .......................... .......................... --Ji
several weeks returned to her homeon I .
Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. .
\ .....,..*.. .....t..... ....... 9t
M. Thomas of '
Dr. A. H: Freeman ,has purchased Tuesday. I j Starke, a well '. -?'! *:

a new Ford automobile. {' Mrs. Q. S. Michael and 'little Charles and I known vegetable buyer, was at the COMER L., PEEK FURNITURE, t
Augustus left
: daughter, of Glen St 'Marys, were Bcasley i Graham yesterday.-Gainesville Sun r

,Telegraph $1.50 per year. visitors to Starke Saturday. I,Thursday for Tampa and Passagriller I I j jt'at of May 27th. Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else yon 1

which places they will spend a few might want ,
Mr. and Mrs.; Theo Osberg, have High quality ,and low prices. The I weeks on a visit. I. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Cone and Mrs.G. Timber .Expert. : + '
Worcester Mass. I ,* HULL'S DEPARTMENT 1 ;
to harware. DeWitt C. Jones.
moved I best in B. Barrow, all of Boston, Ga., spent 9 83
Experience Starke. r
I t The St. Mark's Guild will meet with years at e STORE. 1. *
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Mr. and the first of the week with Mrs. Cone's I "
Born Saturday, May 23, to Hon. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, ;(Mrs. J. C. Hoover on Tuesday next ? 1 *

:Mrs.'Eugene Hickey, a girl j j candidate for representative, was a i'at 3:30 P. M. A full attendance is\\ sister, Mrs. J. M. Johns. ... -

desired business of l Mr. G. \ .......................... .......................... ;
Starke W.
All kinds of embroidery at Stump's.Mr. visitor to Tuesday.I as importancemust Alderman, of Lake But :

I be attended to. I ler, candidate for tax collector of NOTIONS. ,. DENTISTS 4
Joe Starling, of Lawtey, was in real estate office of C. L| Peek Bradford county, was electioneeringin ',' .-

:Starke on business Saturday. S' Son has been given a fresh cover- Mr. M. T. LaHatte, of Atlanta, the Starke Tuesday and Wednesday. .......................... .........................* 1

irg of white and green paint gentlemenly representative of the I r G ,
Rev. Olin Boggess, of Lawtey, wasa Dodson Printers' Supply Co., was in ,. MrJ and Mrs. S. Sternburg, Mr. .

visitor to Sta'rke.Tuesday. Water coolers and ice cream freezers Starke Monday and Tuesday on the and Mrs. R. H. Barbour and Miss Helen i' Why is it that when you are 0 DR. U. G. TURNER. ;
in need of Notions, Ladies J
SUMMER Have your house Jones' Hardware.Rev. t lookout for business for his ,firm. I Reinoehl are spending the week- $ Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, G DENTIST .

end in the Freeman cottage at Kings- Novelties, Etc., you generally ; #
screened. Jones', Hardware. B. F. Mason, of Gainesville, Mr. T. D. Proctor of Jacksonville j.
to 1
I ley.lake.. go Edrfarda Building '
will preach morning and evening at i made a flying trip to Starke on business STUMP'S ,9 of
Mr. H. S. Warren of Brooker, wasa 1 '
the M. E. church next Sunda}. I Thursday and stayed long- Mr. and Mrs Charles Larson of "There's A Reason.. Upstairs over Post Office. t.J
visitor to Starke Friday., . i
Miss Helen Reinoehl, of Jacksonville enough only to say "hellp" andgoodbye" l White City, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.D. f V.
Miss Janie Dees of Lawtey, was,a visited Miss Rhoda Lagergrenand (- to his many friends. E. Knight Mr. Larson is seeking .......................... ( 00000 Ce9 0 .040 0(90A :

visitor 'to' Starke Saturday.Let i a new location and seems to be ...................,....... J ;
other friends here this week. very V V
I Rev. B. T. Rape left Thursday for DRY GOODS. .
j favorably impressed with the outlook : PRINTING ;
us screen you.' QUIGLEY American fence. If quality and not I Ot edo, where he, will assist Rev. A.here. .......................... .

LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. I' quantity counts, you will buy Ameri- L. Hope, the pastor of. the Methodist . & .....0 ..................... I ,

., Born Thursday, May 21, to Mr. andMrs. 1 l can fence. Law prices. DeWitt C church at that place, in a series of re- I Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon have been .._ I y

; Jones. | \i\al meetings for a week or ten I in Alachua county this week on account 'J. W. MORGAN ',
I t
Andrew Green, a girl I :
I I,days. of the, illness of Mr. Mixon's BRADFORD COUNTY. t
has moved his LadIeaquaBeadytaWeu Goods TELEGRAPH *. 1 .
Mr. E. G. Ortegas j. r ,
Dr. Dalton Carter, of-Lawtey, was i stepfather. Mr. J. B. Sapp has been
'in Starke on business Saturday.New family from near the, depot to the Hosiery in all the popular colors.Dover's. serving the customers at Mr. Mixon'sstore .. Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. : COMMERCIAL PRINTING .; '

Hoffman' on Thompson street"i { 5292tMr. .
during his absence. Of "
goods of all kinds at Stump's.Mr. t tI.
i Mr. M. J.. Sapp, of New River, candidate W. C. Rape, son of Rev. B. T.. Mr. E. C. Andreu, who has been

Clyde Alvarez, of Jacksonville,,I for representative, was in RR ape, has completed his commercial visiting his sister, Mrs. B. W. Hodges ffffffftf + + + + + + i .
visited friends here Tuesday. Starke Monday soliciting the support course at Southern College and has.' Rev. W. A. Ferrell, of Perry, will I. + s t
f I 'I I jfor two weeks, went to Jacksonville :
__.I )VI_. D. E. Ku l ht of the voters returned home with his sheepskinand .! TO.". J "" !._ "ft preach at the Baptist church morn- FOR.SAI.TC AT'REDIJCED t '
Mr. GUll UAo g were c luuiauay, a ere: lie uaa a position inthe ----- ---
: has accepted a position in the ing and evening Sunday, May 31st + PRICES Ih +
visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. ; 'Gran Theatre. Mr. Andreu will
BOSS OVENS-See your cake bake.
Jones' Hardware. Bank of Starke.Mr. remove his family from Tampa to He is reported to be a pleasing and 4; One Waltham, 16 size, 1,5 ruby + -
of all kinds at Stump's.Mr. forcible speaker. All are cordially i *
Slippers Emmett Kelly who has,been attending .Jacksonville in the near futuire.On + jewels, 14k case, used short _
II. L. of Mr.|' T, F, Rivers, of Lake Butler" commercial college in Jack invited to attend these services and + time, $18.00. One Elgin, 18 +
Gray, Raleigh, spent
,Sunday with his family in Starke. candidate for county treasurer. was sonville, has finished his course in Thursday of last week, Messrs.F. the members, of the church are spe-' + size, 19 ruby jewels, in gold, +

( in Starke looking after' his political bookkeeping and is now here spending P. Shaffer and A. H. Johns were cially urged to be present + settings, gold wheels, tteel es- *

')lr. B. Y, Saxon, of ,Hampton, )nterests Friday. ., a vacation with his mother Mrs. fishing at Rowell lake. The wind + cape' wheel, fully adjusted, + '4 '

transacted business in Starke Friday.: M.. K Jones. rose and the water became rough. ... .............+++ + $21.00. Two South Bend, 17 + .
Mrs. C. R. Hendrix, of Plant City, They left the south end of the lake + + jewel, 16 size, finely timed, in + :. -

Glass towel bars at 40c and 50c at .who visited her daughter here, Miss I Ii Mr. C. H. Marks, of Morristown, .:and were paddling their boat toward + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING + 20-year cases, bosses, $15.00.' + ,

LUMBER &; SUPPLY CO. i Tilden Hendrix, for ten days, returned D. who with f 4fffft + Diamonds re4M ;
I I I S. his wife has spent j the canal between Rowell and Sampson .ffff...f..... reset, Opals t

Mr. J.'M. Davis and family, of Law home Tuesday. several months visiting relatives in : lakes for shelter from the waves, FOR SALE-One cow, one heifer, + polished and bad "lucks" taken + '.. ':'

tey, were in the county seat Saturday.Mr. Have a sleeping porch this summer Starke, left for home Wednesday when Mr. Johns received a sharp one calf. j. F. Kickliter. MaylStf. + off of them. One fine blue- + l l4f

Let us quote you. QUIGLEYthe ,:Mrs. Marks will remain here for a blow in the small of the back. He white diamond 90-100 :caret + j4 t '
.,John Brown, of Lawtey, was + and cut $185.00. + -' ''i
QUIGLEY LUMBER &; SUPPLYCO. few weeks. I'!thought Mr. Shaffer had accidentallystruck deep finely ,
FOR SALE One milch with
4 in the county seat on business Mon- him with his paddle, but whenhe cow + A few new 16 size gold filled' + if; ;,
Woolsey's famous paints. No bet- : heifer calf; young cow with second + '
I -day. looked + watches, accurate time 'keep- ; ;
I around he
saw large .
a .
i Mr. H. G. Rembert, president I ter made. QUIGLEY LUMBER & calf. L. W. Kickliter, Starke, Fla. + era + 3
Embroidery dresses at Stump's. flapping in the bottom of the boat 8-3t. e.
t I i the Stark Lumber Co., ,and Mrs. R. SUPPLY'CO. In May + CALL AT MINER'S' t
0 'attempting to jump over the boat .
'*_ County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, R. Brown, of Saxton, transacted business Messrs. W. M. Bryan and Theodore the fish had struck Mr. Johns in the + + + tfttttttft,+. + + "V.?
't of Lake Butler, was in Starke MoncIa"1 in Starke Tuesday. FOR SALE-60-inch roll top desk, '.
I Tison and their families spent six back. The fish was brought to town ,
i practically as good as new. Will '
!: !I Mr. J. E. Douglass, of Lake But: days last week fishing at Gator Bone and weighed and tipped the scales at be sold at about half its original

Mr 's. H. Thompson, of Lawtey,' ler, candidate for member of the and Swindle lakes and caught' 234 8 pounds. and 13 ounces. cost Bank of Starke, Starke Fla. FINEST WE HAVE SEEN ,

I Board of instruction trout'with rod and reel, an averageof --+-- .
paid the county seat a visit last Fri- public was campaigning 5-29-2t '

\day. in this, section Friday. 39 trout to a day. Some fishing. ACT QUICKLY .

Embroideries at Leviton's. Shoes,at Levit n'L Mrs. Sarah C. Daies, of Blacks. -. FOR SALE-Farm of 19 acres at ;-,.;

burg S. C., to spend tht summer with Delay Has Been Dangerous in StarkeDo Theressa, near depot, 6-room house -'

+ Mrs., S. L'Stroupe, of Plant City, Rev. Ernest House, of Maxville, daughter, Mrs. J. R. Dover'for two the, right thing at the right and other buildings; cheap if sold .,

is visiting. her mother, Mrs. A. M.Andrews. filled his regular appointment at the weeks, left Thursday for Spartan- time. / soon. T. L. Sullivan, Theressa, .,.
Chirstian church
|I i Sunday. He was burg S. C. to spend the summer with Act ,quickly in tune of danger. i Florida. May 29-2t J, \.
accompanied Mrs. House. ,
by ,
In time of kidney, danger- Doan's
I her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Whisonent. i
W. B. Beckham, of Maxville,
t Miss Beatrice Dyal, of Tampa, who Kidney Pills are most effective. FOR SALE-One Jersey milch "
,was in Starke on a shopping. trip on This afternoon (Friday) at 4 o'clock Plenty,of Starke evidence of their
had been visiting friends in Jack- cow with heifer calf; gives 3 gal ,1
Saturday. the Starke W. C. T. U. and the Ladies'Musicale worth. '
sonville, spent Saturday and Sunday lons of milk daily; will sell on trial.

Screen Doors hung, just phone me. here with Mr. and Mrs. 0. J..Grifffin. will hold a social meetingat Mrs.. J. B. Williams, Starke, Fla., 0 .Gardiner. May 15-tf Evansville, fni July 11, 1913

Jones','Hardware.Mrs. the residence of Mrs. D. E. KnightThe says: "My kidneys were in 'bad The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0. ,t,

I BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves oil proceeds will be divided betweenthe shape and I had symptoms of dropsy WANTED-Yellow pine logs. We Gentlemen: We would not d.* with. .
W. E. Norman and children Jones' Hardware. two societies. All members of
My feet, ankles and hands became pay best prices. T. G. Cranford out your Man-Power Sprayer any
of Lawtey, were visitors to Starke both organizations are urged to be swollen and pained me. My back'w soften Lumber Co. more. It is the finest we have ever V VV
Mr. William Stroud, who has been Jacksonville, Fla.May
feturday. present. that I could attend in this at The
I so,sore hardly seen city present.
employed at the B. W. Hodges store, I 153tFOR
to housework. I used plas- people that have seen
my your sprayer
Stump's store will close every left Monday for Williston, where he Are you particular about your hosiery ;'
ters and rubbed my back with lini- at our place think very much of it
Thursday afternoon during the :has a position and where he will lo- ? Then buy at Dover's 5292tMr. I {
ments, but didn't'receive a,bit of re and well pleased to see it work at our

I months of June, July and AugustBy 1 l cate. Richardson, EXPERT sheet lief. I also had headaches'and spellsof SALE-CHEAP I I' place. Yours truly,

wainscoting your rooms with Dr. A. H. Freeman reports two metal worker. Headquarters Jones''' dizziness. Every doctor I went to ,THEODORE BUCHKOLZ.

Wallboard, and finishing the walls in, cases cf smallpox in Lincoln City. Hardware.Mr. said I had kidney trouble, but they M .

Plastico, a beautiful and artistic( One case has been discharged and didn't relieve me. I finally used Doan's 280 Acres of Land; 35 in 'i For Sale By; ..-

elect can be obtained. QuigleyLumber the other case is still under treat- H. L. Phifer, cashier of the Kidney Pills and three boxes relieved cultivation ; 4 acres in I R. S. FERNANDEZ : "

( & Supply Co. anent Phifer State Bank at Gainesville, was me wonderfully. My kidneys beganto Grape Vines Peaches, Spraying Machines and Insecticides r

I in Starke Friday in connection with act right and the dropsical symp- Pears and Orange Grove; STARKE, FLA.f .

J Misses Inez and Foy Stroupe, ofPlan f For dry goods. Leviton.Mr. the work of the Preachers' Relief toms disappeared. My back became Two-story house, barn '

l ; City, are visiting their cousin, J, B. Florrid, who locatedat Board, of which he is a member. stronger and the headache and dizzi- and outhouses. I
Mrs R. S. Johns. was While here he wsa the guest of Rev. ness left. Messrs' J. A. McGregor, A."WJ;Pate I
Floral Bluff
for several months
B. T. Rape. Price 50c, at all dealers.. Don't G. F. Pate and J. B. Coleman, all of V{
4 Mr. R. N. has been visiting here for two weeks G.C.LEE '
Crawford of '
Lawtey, simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Georgia, registered at the Commercial -
transacted business in the county rand has decided to, remain here in Mrs. E. Breeze celebrated her 84th I
; that Hotel They their
' Doan's Kidney Pills-the same Theressa FloridaI Sunday.; were on w
the future. : #
metropolis Saturday. birthday Sunday and many of: I
I Mrs. Williams had. Foster-Milburn I W9V to their large cantaloupe'farm e

r Doat wait for rain. Use our garden Mrs. J. C. Robinson came from het friends called to offer their congratulations Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. i 1m Marion county. > .
and left
*.. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUP,. Jasper Sunday to join her husband appropriate ,. .
gifts. Mrs. Breeze is'remarkably ,
,PLY CO.Many; f her They will begin housekeepingas '
( hale and hearty for a person of her 4 .
soon as they can find a place of
houses are in demand in residence. age and retains her mental faculties

Starke at present, but unoccupied unimpaired. : j f
bosses I Stump's store will close :
are scarce. every
Infants and children's hosieryDover's -
I Thursday afternoon during the '
:' ,Mr. A. L Sullivan, G. S. & F. agentat months of June, July and August 5292tOn : 1

Theressa, transacted business in the commencement calendar of .
\! Saturday I Mr. B. M. Dowling, candidate for. the r ": y ,
re-election to the office of University of Florida, Gainesville (
J I county taxmllector. %uwanlMONEY-youcanllAVEil.-ButyouFIRSTmu&\.
has we note, the name of Joseph! r
not allowed any grass
the Idea. '
Clayton Poppell, of this city, as Savin :
to under his feet "
grow cam- I'
,4 '-r How's This 1 paigning during the. past fortnight of the 24 graduates of the law de- "You say that you deserve success then prove \fcuneed'. .. ;

W. offer One Hundred DoDara Re- I partment of the universty. The com- no capital but r.FIXEDIDEA and resolve lo carry it, out y

TO for any case of Catarrh thatW Mr. D. C. Chase, Jr., has brought to emncement exercises will take place ** ".
the Good ideas
n a aot Thinking and doing anil. same. arc only seeds :
cured b1.HaIl'. CatarraR the Telegraph office a sample of some s June 7 to 9, inclusive. Ii
Pt'a I red clover that he has grown as an experiment They must be planted and tilled before they can produce \ I
r" Wi I. CHENEY ell CO. 'Toledo. O. He small Among those from Starke who attended HERBERT KAUFMAW I II '
, eocy+ tht for anderalaned the last 35.yean have,known and believanorabfe F. J.I age of seed and sowed it a in September pack- the big political picnic at StarE to save and we will help you to,get more MONEY ""I I, -- II

_;;... ect17 la all business Providence Saturday were Messrs. W .. 'J.l: .
3'. :.--cu0lll aDd financially able to carry: in order to make a test He orepared The savin""f .... .:_ __ -,-= -- --= x...;....-') Thom"ir"d. ", ,
lay obUpttona T. Weeks N. D. .. ,-
made ,
; I -'nOXAL fcBANK ha fInD.I the ground carefully and fertilized Wainright, George MONEY 0--'-------- -. '-- -:- -:- -V :: MONEY I .

OP COMMERCE it well and seared: a good stand of j A. Gardiner, F. P. Shaffer, Joe Hill I ','n meanst.hc ;r.ft. !;'11 m2anstl, !P1:! ; ',

'V" Ban'V Catafrh Cure ta taken> Internally Toledo a, clover. It grew large and uniformin 11 Williams, Hugh Browr.lee, Laev U".. :I\1) i saving '\I! !, C '" Jijl f!' savinr, III II'w..
\II ,
eoa. of the the blood and mu- size. The stems brought to this of- dsriiill, Den Sapp, Jeff Underhill, W. cl a man. II i l l$. u'U or a man. II 'i': -
system. Testimonials I PJjnnt'; u 3 I ,.
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and s.ent. '
Price t i -
tan 'l5 cents per bottle. Sol, See measured three feet: and seven /V d. '"
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inches -.1'
-!ftauij nil lor rrtir tlTtni in ,length. 1 Telegraph $1.50 per year. ,- \ 1 .

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___. 'IfI Stomach Trouble. ; to the industry. There the Angora ZZ -Ii

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444444. .644.44 .'44n. Wilson- 'grow unchecked, might easily' be- General Insurance i "'
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., : a 744 come a dangerous fire trap. Thus it ? .
: : I Ifo man who is worthy of eitizenf
Nesale St.. is often said that the.Angora works

chip in* the great commonwealth oft Toledo Ohio, and pays for .its board_at,the, same! I II Mn. Walter Vincent.of ct

;r f Florida will deliberately be or permithimself -writes time.It. represent none tons FIRST-CLASS Pleasant Hill, N. O,
to become a burden ,to the 1 feel like writes -"For
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and for the sum.
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will ompanieaaad will be constantly on the 'j
_3i4L ln.; coJ 1mUD t7. Much less he knowingly anewpMBon.I k value of fleece or mohair is increasing men.. I .suffered from

1 JJ become' a 'menace or a source have no alert to promote your interest. Guar fl aervoasuesadreadlul
the of mohair
_ steadily. Formerly use
; ; r.JjJ of danger to his neighbors, or even more feeling,heavy no ,.: depended so largely upon the. pre antee courteous treatment tout patrons j I 'pains hi my back and '

_, qt. J ..allow circumstances. within his con more pain" vailing fashion that its' price varied A well written policy by a fint-claa I sides, and weak sinking
-f' l trol to encroach upon their comfort spells. Three bottles cj
}:t! \ don't belch np widely from year to year. This condition agent in a ,Eret-clsee company somei i! of
J2lJ! ; :1 '.or their convenience. gas, can tat .., ) i however, is rapidly changingas SOMEBODY SAYS CardttI, the woman's

4{H Good, neighbors everywhere gladly! most anything a < : new uses for mohair are continually Not one.man in ten knows a good cigar time means much in case of loss by fin I 1 tonic, relieved me entire 1y.

tip r-1'r; ,. extend, assistance and sympathy in hurting without me. it 1 ? 3k: d found, from automobile tops and when he' gets it I Do you? You H. C, RICHARD Starke Fla, > I feel bice another

'riA'i: times-of trouble. TheyTl pull the auto want to be table covers to dress goods and curled can not judge by the smoothness nor 0i person, now." t

',. 'j of the unfortunate man out of theo working all. false ,hair, and today the grower is the-shape nor the color nor the name }I TAKE

r\m; mud and lend him gasoline-enough to the time. i assured of a reasonably steady mar- nor the price. Agood cigar must 4jI I

W! get to'the nearest garage, but naturally have gained four ket. The price of course varies with have the, qualifications of the "A. P. !II
S >, tu: theybeeome suspicious when pounds.- the quality, the very best fleeces H." cigar. It has a fine flavor and I COFFINS, CASKETSAnd I li: Cardui

U called repeatedly and aroma. It draws freely, burns evenly
': : they are upon "People that bringing on an average from 42 to 55 I a Full Line of i !III

.t2 rl often to extend the same courtesy to see me now Ifrs. Wife Robbo.. cents a pound. The weight of a'fleece and holds fire and the ash, does Undertakers' Supplies I I

and saw me two >months ago seem not split and flake off.Manufactured. .
't'l1: qr the same man. astonished. I tell 'them Peruna did has a wide range but in 1909 the aver-

,::r 1. To make the application promptlyand it. I.will say it is the only remedyfor age for Oregon was found to be 3.7 by, ..* I Always, on hand. The best ser- : III The Woman's Tonic

t'lr pertinently, there'are certain duties spring and all other ailments." pounds and for Texas 1.85. STARKE CIGAR CO, f Jth.lowest price Special ':

't\ '' which all good Floridians 'owe to No argumeht is needed for Peruna. This practice of clipping twice a Starke. Fla. attention to Telegraph Orden. M For over 50 years,

.at;; themselves and to each other. One Just 1._get__ _a....bottle_L. .and.L._ try it. If year is in many ways a drawback to 1 I I Cardul has been helplag
yon UBVG WXUUTU 01 me: stomach yon -- -- -- : .
i of these'1s to use every available! have a serious trouble. If you want the industry since ,it tends to lower NOTICE OF SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. .I GmbalmerDeWITT ; to relieve women's "on- -

C x means to avoid infectious diseaSes. to find a remedy it would be very easy I the average grade of American mohair virtue Notice of I Is a hereby certain given decree that of tale under and and foreclosure br::- : i necessary pains and s-.YRegistered :

__Incapacity from disease "of every nt to make the experiment Before yon Mohair as good as any can band made and entered by: the Diatriet Court C. JONES i @I building weak women up x
; of have taken Peruna a week you will of the United States for the Southern Dia I to health and
r tare lessens aggregate lmate- likely findyourself; better then you is grown in this country, but the trict of Florida in Chancery on the first day I Succour C. C Livingston & Co. K'I strength. '
; rial productiveness, and every man win need no testimonials on the part) average'quality is not today consid- of April A. D.. 1914 recorded at page 71 : it win do the sane for a; '

owes it to the community and to.th. of other people, or arguments to convince ered to be so good as the foreign. rtain of the Eqv'iy eacse wherein Journal Board of aaid of Court Trustee in of a ;L- Starke. Fla. ', @t you, if given a fair trial ,; :

S 'state to' be at his best physical you. Until you try Peruna About 2,000,000 pounds are annually Oberlin College a corporation organized and I -- --- J D)I So, don't wait but begin a :;
; laws of the State of Ohio. gl1
under the y
however all the testimonials in the existing Cartful
I ": and mentally all the, time. .That'sthe @I taking today for
world and arguments however logical imported. Ordinarily this is blended and the Michigan Trust Company: a eoropra .
dollars and cents side of it. tion organized and existing under the lawsof its use cannot harm you
will not move yon. Just one and with the domestic product of the )
spun the State of Michigan aa Receiver I': I and should a" '
f +i The other'side is more serious. In.-: trial of. Peruna will convince you. Six inches is the shortest' length of estate of R. G. Peters are Complainants and For Weakness and Loss of Appetite I surely do you
% John M. Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfen good? E-72:
;t; factious disease of whatever nature Persons who object to liquid medicines because of The Old
fleece unually desired and, den. idividually and u copartners doing business Standard general strengthening tonic I) ; i
Vis a threat to others, a threat of trouble can now obtain P.run Tablet shearing twice a much Texas under the Arm name and style of Wolfen. GROVE'5 TASTELESS ehillTONIC.drifts out .. .. ., _
year, Atlantic Lumber Co.. a corporation Malaria and builds up the system. A true .AT
deathdealing dan It: Co. : tonic'i' 'iI \. I \' t
z : disabling and perhaps and New Mexico mohair falls below organized and existing under the lawsof and sure Appetizer. For adults and children. Me. W A"' W : ,
trouble to those whom accident the State of Florida and Empire Lumber
health board, have afforded one of the this standard. Where the fleece is allowed Company a corporation organized and existing
has made neighbors-neighbors innocent average under the laws of the State of Florida
.: finest demonstrations of what may be -to grow for 12 months, the
fg& her husband,,
and H. B. Lamb and F. Lamb -
in intent.
if--- of wrong even accomplished in this direction. :The length is 10 inches and in the are Defendants I. the undersigned u a
To make'the matter a personal one Special Master of said Court in Chancery
results of this successful and continuous best flocks it is not unusual to get 15 will on Monday the 6th day of July: A. D.,

-Y'ou wouldn't steal your neighbor1horse 'campaign are quoted by sani- to 20 inches. Romeo, the sweepstakes: 1914 between the hours of eleven o'clock
of rob his chicken house; you A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. before the door RheumatismBlood
buck at the El Paso show in 1910 is
i < tists in every. part, of the i of the Court House of Bradford County in
wouldn't set fire to his home yet you, States and in centers of Europe, an example of what is possible. His: the City of Starke. state of Florida, sell at y
many auction to highest and best bidder, for
the infection of public
would him to :
expose and this result has been accomplishedby fleece weighed 18 pounds, measured I cash all and singular the following described
i a dangerous and a preventable disease the screen-tl fly-proof wire 20 3-4 inches in length, and sold for property in said decree mentioned, or so much Scrofula Malaria ; =
thereof as shall be sufficient; to satisfy: said ,
him loss
? which might bring a ;
$115.00. to-wit the following described property P
,. screen. That's all decree :
_ vastly greater than that'of any or all While the Angora goat needs at- : subject to an' obligation under pain of Skin Disease ';
But in. spite of sanitary meas- forfeiture to remove the timber hereinafter
! 1' his property. ures the disease continues, even tho tention, it is adaptable and, as ftftas described from the lands on which it is Because Purifies
f, You might claim didn't know situate on or before September 1, 1915 as
f you the is concerned 0 R
in smaller percentage than before. It temperature provided in a certain instrument of writing
of the of the disease either to to J. M. the Blood
danger is probable that it will always con- should flourish in any part of the from Atlantic Lumber Company:
Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfenden eo-
yourself or to him, if it were not for: United States. The Angora is not dated the OP's
tinue until that glad millennial time partners as Wolfenden Company: BKAO WHAT NOTED PIOPLS SAT
the fact that.you have no excuse for 15th day of February A. D.. 1911 and recorded
It will feed with cattle
when the last case shall have been particular. in the Public Records of Bradford LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-PI'P. P.
not knowing. The 'press of Florida last destroyed and sheep. The goat prefers a cer- County: Florida February 21, 1911 in Miscellaneous -.
-1 with the. utmost liberality of space cured, the typhoid germ Record Book 3. page 229. Dr. AlWred Jtegtmu.: Texas, write: Rabbi Solomon, of the Sanaa CM.rngatioB. .
and the last source of. infection tain amount of rough pasture and is "All the cypress: and hardwood timber "It is the leading blood purifier." writes: "Had seven attack*of
j1' has been for years publishing the lit- particularly happy when cleaning standing, lying: and being on the following Dr.Wkitekead.Metcalf.Ga..prescribes I Malarial fever lasting from a week to tea. -
_ wiped. out.Science up parcels or tracts of land situate in it and with P.P.P.completely cured J. days. I took: you medicine as a forlorn K
erature of the State Board of Health. has provided this last ad- brush land. There is one instance ofa the pieces Counties of Bradford and Alaehua in the H. Davidson, who bad suffered fifteen hope but now confess that P.P.P.wara =
with blood poison and sores. real benefit. +i
So frequently and so continuous Florida particularly described years r
State of more
the diseasein flock of 600 being allowed free .
{! have these warnings been sent out ditional weapon against as follows: IT WILL HELP YOU TOO-AT ALL DRUCCISTS-I.OO .
the form of the anti-typhoid bacteria grazing in a California forest reservein East half of Southwest quarter. NorthweatQuarter ;
i! concerning 'disease and sanitation, order the of cleared of Southwest Quarter, and Southwest F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH CEORCIA ''';;
. cheap-so cheap that the State to keep strips quarter of Northwest quarter of Section ..
i-:. that Florida .is' credited by medical Board of Health is offering it ,to all land known as fire breaks, free from Twenty-four (24) : North half of Northeast and 1it
'' United South half Southeast quarter
\ ..''a. men in other parts of the who will accept it and are not pecun- weeds and vegetation.The West quarter half of Section TwentJ-flve (25) ; Southeast l ;

States with having the finest health iarly able to pay for it; easy to ad- Angora can be bred sufficiently quarter and Southeast quarter of South(28 ..... yWHENETER ,':
.' west quarter of Section Twenty-six ; .
service 'of all the States. >
I publicity minister that the family doctor pure for practical purposes from Southeast quarter, and East half of North- >
The excuse of ignorance of health and east quarter of Section Thirty-three (SS) :
would be almost ashamed to chargefor the stock already in this country, and North half Southwest quarter. North half of iti: NEED[ tA
sanitary matters is no longer valid his services; causing no inconven- there is no need of further inporta- Southeast quarter and Southwest quarter of
' for Floridian who can read. Like< Southeast quarter of Section Thirty-four (34) ;
ience to the patient in comparisonwith tions for breeding purposes. Some North half. East half of Southeast quarter.
' (y... ignorance of the law, it secures DO benefit confer- however, this was not believed Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter, and
the tremendous years ago
( immunity from punishment. red-simply to bare his arm to'" the ,to be the case, and in 1881 the Section Southeast Thirty-five quarter of(35)Southwest: North half quarter North of (NHAl( T NIC TAn G GROYE1.J,

None of the allied scientific investigations hypodermic needle and then forget it, Sultan of Turkey endeavored to pre- half quarter of of Southwest Southwest quarter quarter and of Southwest Section

tf is making more rapid for- (three injections at intervals of.seven serve for his dominions the monopolyof Thirty-six (36) ; in Township Six (6) South ; '"

ward strides than that. of sanitation the mohair trade the Range Nineteen (19) East: The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill 5 ; .
days are the usual treatment) and by prohibiting South half of Lot Nine (9), and North half Tonic is Equally
and this is advancing in no direction of the live animal. His of'Lot Ten (10),''and North half of South "
than in the prevention" of dis- it brings immunity to the disease exportation half of Lot Eleven (11), of Section Thirty Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liyef i it

more which will continue effective for at example was followed by South (SO), in Township Six (6) South, BangeTwentJ Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds .il
ease. The study of the causes of diseases (20) EastTogether uptheWlioleSysteni
Africa but it Some of
least two in many cases prob- was.tootlate. the tenements
years with all and singular Pat
t communication and Children.!
and their means of People rMSSSMMI -
blood in Amer- there- : < ,
ably longer. It's much cheaper than the best was already herediments and appurtenances /
hasprovided a weapon for fight- unto belonging or in anywise appertaining, W SMHUlSillSSSSSSSSSSSSlSSISSSSllSlSSM
the disease itself with a ten percent ica, and today other countries are and all the estate right, title interest and
ing their approach and controlling chance of death against It's buying from, us, flocks having' been all claim and demand whatsoever as well in You ,know what yon are taking when you take Grove's Tasteless chin Tome y

'." their spread. An English surgeon, you. to'Brazit and'the'Ar-i law u in equity of the said Mortgagors in u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well knows. i
shipped recently and parcel
better than that should and part
vastly you and to the same every
Edward Jenner, more than a hundred w .. thereof with the appurtenances.Miles tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
demonstrated the value of become a menace to your friends, and gentine. W. Lewis Special Master in Chancery. tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Few, ;
years'ago, '
vaccination against smallpox. His the closer their intimacy the greater Various associations' .!'ave. already May '8-6t Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to NarOTg! ;;;"

has saved thousands and your danger to them. It's much bet- .been formed for the development of MASTER'S BALL *, Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging. .

discovery lives. ter,than to suffer in unproductivenesster the industry'in this country, and.the Notice II hereoy: given tea aad r and by Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action: and, v"'

1 hundreds of thousands of than to suffer in unproductive idle- quantity of the annual product is increasing virtue of a final decree to entotw a lira J* purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthened. )i!

I Within the-present decade medical : ness for weeks even if you reciver rapidly. In 1913 it is 'estimated the and Circuit rendered Court April of 24th.the 1914 Eighth h, Judicial tile Osage Cir ol No family should be without it. GIW'anteedb770urDrugcisL We mean it JOGSEEDS I

: science has given to the world' a boon perhaps to become a carrier for that 5,000,000'pounds of mo- cuit of Florida in and for Bradford County, ...?f
of perhaps equal value in -anti-ty germ in chancery sitting, in favor of W. J. Thompson .. : ::.
I the infection of others for years after hair were grown in the United States. complainant and against the Southern -jJ.
pboid bacterin, in injection into the
Turpentine Company a corporation -
the weakness of the disease has left
will offer for sale before
human blood which according to sta- the undersigned
SHERIFF'S SALE Jf the court house door at Starke. Florida, dur .
tistics already available, has dimin- you.Some Notice fa hereby given that by and TOider ing the legal hours of sale on Monday June SEEDS
one has advanced the idea virtue of that certain writ of Execution ia- lat 1914. to the highest and best bidder for
ished many fold the chances of attack suing out of and under the seal of the Circuit ash, following described personal property .I
that in the less distant fu-
and death from this insidious disease. more or Court in and for Bradford County State of to-wit: Two bay horse mules, one mouse Cow Field Peas Velvet Beans Chufas
ture the occurrenceof preventable dis- Honda, bearing date of March 4. A. D. 1914. colored horse mule one black horse mule with or ; ; ;
Its' use in the United States i a that certain cause pending wherein 0. L. -"
army and one bay horse mule with lop
where such _use can be made compulsory ease will be considered ,at least a reproach Thomas b plaintiff and L. C. Smith and B. A. ears one ,eye five double. wagons: and harness. Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected field
to the patient or to those responsible ilcCubbina, late partners doing business under Joe Hill Williams
; showed three cases of typhoid the firm-name and style of Smith t McCub- Special Master in Chancery Corn. Complete and full stock Gar-
for his care and mainten- bins are defendants, L S. B. Denmark as .. E. Knight, Solicitor for Complainant"May
and deaths in the 1913. The
no year ance-a sort of stigma to be removed Sheriff of Bradford County .Florida hat l-5t. den Seed, Poultry feed and
levied and will offer for sale
ordinary, death rate from the diseases upon to the
only by proof positive that he or they highest and best bidder for cash on Monday Supplies Incubators.Oldest
Jn dyer life in the United States is June let 1914. between the legal hours of SHERIFF'S SALE. ; .
were wholly blameless and that it had aale. at the former residence of the ..aidL Notice is hereby given that under and by:
sixteen and one-half to each hundred
one ome only through circumstances beyond C. Smith in the town of Raiford, inB gd- virtue of a certain writ of execution issued established and largest Seed House in Florida. Write :
thousand of the population.Couldthere ford County State of Florida all of "fee out of and under the seal of the Circuit Courtin for illustrated
their control allowing named personal property; One and for Bradford County State of Florida, Catalogue.
be any greater proof of its efficiency it is matter of Piano, one Sofa, one Side Board, two WashStand bearing date of 22nd, day of April. A. D.
? It seems to be beyond question Already a personal two Bureaus one Stove one Refrigerator 914. in that certain cause therein pending E. A. MARTIN FEED CO.
responsibility to each man and womanin one Gramophone one Safe two Center wherein B. B. Waldron plaintiff and Southern -
r one of the great discoveries of Tables, one Stump Fuller one lot of Pictures n Turpentine Company, a corporation is .
b the centuries. Florida, for they know, or should, four Chairs, one Trunk of Crockery Ware, defendant; I. S. B. Denmark, as Sheriff of 206 East Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA., :

know;the peculiar dangers that menace Lamps, fruit Jars, one Jersey Cow and one Bradford County Florida, have levied upon and _
There can be little doubt that similar Jersey Yearling. The same being levied uponas will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder i J.
them, and they know, or should the property of L. C. Smith one of the for cash on Monday: June 1, 1914 during the .-
preventives against other' diseases know, how these dangers be''Pendants, and will be sold to saUfy said legal hours of sale on said day, in front ofthe
will be 'given to mankind in the may execution and costS .. court house door in Starke Bradford 1 1I
avoided or reduced to the minimum.In B. Denmark. ., County: Florida, all of the following described ,
r Bear future, for as already noted, no Sheriff of Bradford County Fla. personal property: and real estate, to-wit: one r
but few instances is it impossiblefor A. Z. prewrittr and typewriter desk, one roll top
branch of science is being' advanced Adkins. Attorney for Plaintiff.
;; a citizen of this state to avoid : desk. three straight office chairs one desk
bjr more earnest research or abler 'NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 'chair one lot of tools three lanterns and ;
minds than that of sanitation and what are known as preventable dis- UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 4888, one lamp one flat top desk and water cooler Favorite F ertililers
L eases. Will you accept the responsibility LAWS OF FLORIDA. four storage tanks one stump puller two E E'I
preventive medicine. Notice is hereby give that A: A. Futch.I I storage tanks three redistillers, one Westinghouse -
is of neglect both for yourself and J purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 40, dated theiith air compressor, one iron water tank Er
But whatever the future may have for those who be made to suffer I day of June.' A. D. 1911. has filed said three boilers and two engines one draw steam
I in store, it is the duty of every responsible may certificate in my office and has made applica- I pump, one Smith Valle pump one engine marked -
through your neglect? I Lion for tax deed to issue in accordance with Vine one iron water tank two cylinder eon-
( and inteUfeent, citizen of ]law. Said certificate embraces the following inson, one electric dynamo, two ears of r
scribed situated in brick ; also the following real estate to-wit:
property Bradford
Florida to the'/ at hand county
use neans ,
; ANGORA GOATS. Commencing at the Southwest of Block
a Florida to-wit: SW% of NE>4 Sec 28, Tp corner
a" and already demonstrated to preserver 5. S. R. 20 East The said land being assessed Seven in Old Lake Butler running thence 'I >E
r 1 at the date of the issuance of such tertifi- North 80 feet to point of beginning thence ARE BEST : n
own and the public health. Intelligent Raising Them In United States Is A ate in the name of Unknown unless said Fait fifty feet thence North twenty-five feet

men in 'these days admit the Success. certificate shall be redeemed according to law I UK'ncc> West fifty feet, thence South. twenty- .,
taT deed will issue thereon taws :live feet to point of beginning. :
on Tat daJ of
efficiency of vaccination. as a preventive Washington, D. C.,' May W.-The June A. D. 1314. Also Blocks one. two four and five, and FOR :1 j n
of smallpox and they practice raising of Angora goats in the United fitness my official signature and seal th's the East half of Block three in B L. New-
I the 20th day of April A. D. 1914. 110m' addition to the City of Lake Butler
>> what they believe. The few rare and States is now a demonstrated success. W. T. Weeks. lorida. The same having been levied upon ALL CROPS 1 f
Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford as i the property of'the Southern Turpentine !.
peculiar individuals who in health, :The industry is so well established County flonJa. Company. a corporation and will be sold tosatisfy -

r deny this efficiency make frantic rush- here that growers need not be incon- ;May 3'Sl By R. A. Weeka. DC.I I _said execution and costS. Write for Catalogue
.. II for the doctor's office with sleeves eniertyed by the actyn of' South MAYORS PROCLAMATION lSheriff Bradford County Florida.

.t rolled up, when a well developed case Africa in prohibiting the exportationof L E. E. Canova, Mayor of the Town of D.. &-hIgh&. Attorney for, PlaintiJL e I. ez

4 'makes .its appearance in.their street. Angoras, for the quantity of good Starke by law by virtue do hereby of the call authority an election vested to be lame May 1stNOTICE e.I1.

So well known are the methods by blood in this country is already 'sufficient held in the aforesaid town by qualified vot- OF FINAL DISCHARGE 11
I eta therein on Friday, the 29th
which typhoid is carried that its to meet all requirements. In 1914. for the purpose of nominating Day of the May fol ,Notice is hereby given to all concerned that

t: spread" may be curtailed by large percentages the opinion of experts the best American lowing One! Alderman officer: to till the unexpired term I:mJ IIX:months final returns after u date administrator hereof I will of present the es.Late INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO/1 h?

V through proper and fleeces now equal any grown in I of E. P. Duncan resigned. of Sallie S. Cbesser. late of Bradford for
i. effected These t In testimony whereof.' I hereunto '..ubaenbey 'county. Florida, deceased, and apply to the _
f' sanitary measures.,) South America or Asia Minor, the' nafe. and cause the seal of the said town I County Judge" of Bradford County Florida JACKSONVILLE FLA. )1
., ,, measures enforced by ordinance ,.in original 'home of the Angora. to be hereunto affixed this the 6TH day. of I For my final discharge. : r ,
\ t i Jacksonville, secured through the ef- I Although state'in May 1914. J. D. BAXTF. ; WE SELL SEED t
', nearly every the E. E. CANOVA. JIayor Administrator of. the Estate, of Sallie S. POTATOES. e
forts and influence of the municipal union now possesses its flocks, the A'C A. I Chesser deceased. \
FUTCH. Clerk.
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f. ."+ +'* # *' + +,* leaf in sight- even' the baby leaves. ; .. 4 :.. ., e .at aR _-ase :f .r.a+K. ..r.b.-.-.- 'A ; jI &4 :
+ are green. Now I simply cant dp U.. Ii. 5
... .
t.. MANURE- + that." He had the visible characteristic :-1 -H '' K -?5
> OBJECT'OF GRBEN. I stt0i 411-1 d'P -
of new land conditions-an evidence ere atmSiacts'an') rOQ"

+ + + fffftffEditor of bacterial activity before "

ii.4 Times-Union' : What i I; the him.That same soil, a heavy'' clay loam.1, : No'Wbiere'Can'You _Buy. So Much For a Dollar 'As'Here- '-:: : '= ;u.' t :

object of ,the.use of green manure? was then as mellow aa a garden spot..

The general impression is that green The Work on B d ria. j.Nowwe'are AT flORIDA'S' GREATEST AND LARGEST FUHNIfUHE STORE
onde forthe ;
manure is plowed r '' purpose dependent on bacteria : .' '

of adding humus to the soO. How for this condition. 'We' are dependent -, -" .. ...
often are we told to get humus into on 'bacteria for the proper::adjustment ,

the' oiL, The so-called worn out land and'distribtttion',of the'several Note These "Get Acquainted" Specials \ '

most have humua'added before anything ._
mineral etementa that are,thrown t
else. Humus Is an' omnibus together in our commercial'manures. -i

term, commonly used to cover organic We' are dependent on ,the Juices' of : i '
especially vegetable matter of .. >t-
matter, green vegetable'matter, as the most
|aU kinds and condition. When addedto effective form of 'food 'for, bacteria. M :

the soil it b'supposed to take care Thus we have a wheel within a,wheel ..1.i: .- ,:

|of itself. -a kind 'of perpetual transformation '..- 1 r ,1. '....... .,

Nothing is farther from the.facts that requires intelligent direction to .. .,':! : !. ,_t.........
ton of green manure may not pro- be/kept in'motion. I a mfully aware g.. '. i 1 ::-.
see a pound of humus. Humua- Dak- of the objection raised to the Use of .i j

Bg is about the greatest'gamble the green manure, have developed each 1- + ." ; } ::

saner ever undertook. The amount, one so as to avoid it or provide a ) J"

r pure humus obtained from a ton I I It remedy. I : !

green'manure, when produced un- Acidity and Excessive Oxidation. ; r t j'

ei,the"'most favorable conditions, is There are two causes that are calculated .. V !

email the cost, if charged up to to make the practice a failure I jI :4.jt

?j one element alone, would be out if not positively injurious to the 7i I I. .

tf proportion to the benefits obtained.It I soil-acidity- not necessarily due i

is not my purpose to discredit to green manure. As a precautionthe .. .

,ae value of humus as a completed ar- land should have ,a coat of lime I This splendid Rocker Is ideal for your ::

iclf, but when we follow a ton ofefD before or after the green manure. I Comfort and attractiveness are two i'
porch or lying Finished in t I .
vegetable matter through the Thus starting with a clean bill ,of room. 1 .. ..

'ous stages of the natural process health bacteria will do the rest The I I fumed oa d't ur a1, full size, strong' points" of this bed. Comes ., ,,t;

rhich produces humus we see, at-the other couse is excessive oxidation, } rR
in white for
; ename the rich Vents !
id, what may be termed a by-prod- commonly known as fire flang. Thereis strongly .reinforced and mighty com "1

ct-which is practically as dead as no soil or climate that is exemptedwe fortable. A real bargain at the price Martin finish, will grace any hoax t

door naiL are up against it under any
Two-inch continuous full '
When we can recognize the bene- condit ion that will grow corn. It is asked. The happiest combination imaginable for comfort posts, u

:s as they occur during this process a delusion and a snare. We cannotdo rich lines, made of extra heavy maple and well strongly built; will de for you a: ;

d 'credit them at the proper time, without oxygen, yet it' is capable $4.50 beauty braced. and Painted strength.in red. Designed and green along; also plain coma.:yet 1

1 the claims made for humus willve of taking all the'life out of the soil. in natural Another good "R. F. C." offering. your Let us send you one. 4S ';

been'reduced to a minimum. After years of study and observa- VALUES .
The Fundamental Principle. tion from a practical point of view I., $2.98 $$3.75 VALUES $$2.48 $$8.50 VALUES $$5.35i
The time bas come when we should have come to the conclusion that the

i'able to set up specific material for only thing to do is to forestall it I
specific'purpose and when we wish When we turn under a crop of green

form combinations or compounds manure we must protect 'it-get they *

should be able to lay our hands air out of the soil,'conserve the moisture -, FREIGHT
---Prepaid on all shipments amounting to $25
.the separate elements. be used.w in other words preserve the I or

to give proper expression to ourpose structure of the green vegetable mat-

in the use of green vegeta- ter until .it has been r relieved of its l w over. It doesnt amount much on less v [

matter to increase soil fertility- juices for, the benefit of a growing

r famish the vital spark required tot crop by easy stages. .

r in motion the various inert ele- R. W. PARRAMORE. odes eolhnx s .

1 vita of plant food, to renew the life Jacksonville, Fla.fftfffftftf. YRNITYRt 1 1f1UR ET OdMPAF1 ,. ..' .
.. .
activity of a*soil that has been ; .. ':: '
irked to a standstill-the fundamen- + ffffN -?..;*3i: > '1: i

principle I should say, is to getteria f +' t FLORIDA'S LARGEST FURNITURE STORE { : : .-,
r into the soil and keep it ate f OSCEOLA. + We occupy this i\ .

highest possible state of efficiency f f4tfff entire twelve JACKSONVILLE 1

k m t' s point of view the methods ffffff f story, building. JA FLORIDA j .
pro d to, produce specific resultspear .
rather revolutionary. How- The introduction of a bill in con-I_ ...

er, after years' of practical exper- gress to erect a statue of .

,k ce along this line, I, have estab- famous chief, of the Seminole Indians ]ly did he display the most complete ] more dramatic scene than that of the from his turban, and handing it to IN CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

-t-?4hed s.successful working plan. My has aroused much comment J generalship and skill in"the daringand savage chieftain, Osceola as he stood the agent, said, 'Give this to our .OF FLORIDA. ..
t ethod is to follow immediately the throughout the state, and women's : subtle maneuvers of'active warfare before a roomful of American army White Father in token that Osceola BRADFORD COUNTY 7BBmA

-ii ruing under of a green crop with clubs are taking the matter up ac ; but he showed what scarcelyany officers exclaiming''rather than act will do as you have said.' INGRAMVS. < ,-

,{ cultivated crop., If I wish to turn tively. In spite of the fame of the : other Indian chief has ever done, the coward by signing away the Semi- "This story ,becomes deeply touch- i,

1 era legume in the fall this is tol.t chief and the natural local interest :a positive acquaintance with Amer- noles' 'inheritance and taking away ing when it is known that the talk WILLRGRAMBILL FOX ,"t 1

b t wed by a wintercrop such as rye or in the undertaking, the Jacksonville ican tactics as'shown in the drill of 'my people into a strange land, I will was made after his cruel capture, and DIVORCE ; e '

*!*ts, which is turned under for the 'clubs apparently do not favor the ]his! warriors. fight till the last drop'of blood mois- behind,the grim walls of the dungeonat NOTICE TO APPEAR. .

4*\.\lain,crop in the_ spring. p ro po Sltien aS it .,,.+_..ft___ci "Osceola's pride was always upper- tens the dust of the Seminole hunt- Fort Marion. To Will THE Ingram STATE Greeeting OF FLORIDA: t

Tk 9 10 Create A Sail Condluon.I Recently officials of the local Women's most in his negotiations, and, when ing grounds,' and 'drawing his long Secretary Denies Request. Defendant.It having Will'been Ingram shown by,is affi a eit k H tea tbt of the the '

do not wish to give out an imtesrion Federation voiced the opinion the Seminole were' denied the rightto sheath-knife drove the blade throughthe "When the proposition was forwarded State of Florida bat that his whereabouts is
that I have worked out a; that the money intended for the monument Osceola treaty exclaiming: 'the land is to the unknown and tnt said defendant ia over the
buy was made Secretary of War atWashington age of twenty-one and that there is fa one
' ethod to get something for nothing, could be better spent on the the object of 'insult To this he replied ours; this is the way I will sign all he declined to considerit be in the had State to bind of said Florida Defendant.oa whom aerrke caa _

pr to convert all the substance of my living Seminoles themselves and suggested with all of ahe defiance 'of his such treaties." and the entire removal of the Sem- It is therefore ordered, considered art i'ad ;
ind into cash in one year, or fiveears that a real service might be inole nation judged that the said Defendant Will Ingram
'Am I ordered.
proud, a negro? A slave who "To entrap the single Seminole was do appear to the Complainant's BiD of;Complaint
leaving a barren waste behind.!, done them by providing educational will not be allowed to handle a rifle? chief was the'one great object of the "About this time Osceola was taken herein on or before the 2fth day: of
( do not fool with the ideat facilities to the tribe now but June A. D. 1914. in default whereof a decree t ;
myself a rem- My skin is dark but not black. I in with other leading chiefs to Charleston
ama general command of the army, and pro eonfesso will be entered against the said r
1 caD draw on my'land/or cer- nant of a once great race. Red Stick of S. C. for safe Will Ingram. '
r the Muscoges. The this was done under the sacred truce keeping. No lon- It ia further ordered that this notice! be
kia elements of plant food year after, Minnie Moore Wilson, who has done white man shall not make me black of ,the white flag-a violation of the ger did the voice' of Osceola resoundon published in the Bradford County Telegraph
and by' some sleight of hand' much to perpetuate the history of the the battlefields a newspaper published at Starke ia Bradford =
This from
( a free son of the forestis law of all civilized nations. giving encouragement county Florida once each week for six cseeutive **-
lethod keep up a profitable outputd Seminoles and their great leader, and better understood when it is shown "The capture was made neat St to his warriors, and the fortunesof weeks. '

maintain a standard without ad- is considered an authority throughher that the Southern slaves, after the Augustine; and thus the very life- the Seminoles began to decline. my In hand Witness and affixed Whereof the, I seal have of hemmto'ad'oar Circuit i

ing: 'the same elements, poundr writings, is the author of a recent terrible 'Nat Turner Insurrection of spirit of lie Seminole war,,disarmedand "Osceola's death and confinement Court on this the tth day of Kay A. D..'.114. .
W. T. ,
pound, that is taken out article which is worth printing at this ,South Carolina, were prohibited from defenseless; was, defeated bystratagem called forth vindictive comments from By WEEKS.B. A. Weeks Clerk.D.,' C. -

Ifhftt I have in m indis to create time.. The article is in full, as, follows I owning guns."Osceola "at the .instigation of a all over the civilized world, with the A.Solicitor S Cre.for.. Comp. ,

I soil condition and to ,understand : was* honorable In and great American government highest testimonials to the greatnessof May: ..156LNOTICE i
war .
bit is required of me to convert raw Is Lasting.
Dame this distinguished Floridian, and "
magnanimous character, discourged illustrate what the govern- ;-
uterial into increased crop produc- "A hero to be great should have his border depredations and showinga ment might have gained by many persons of note from all over OF .APPLICATION FOB ;TAX i
s, ion at a cost that warrants a con- fame last through all time. Like eoncilia-I the country influenced bya sincere DEED UNDER SECTION S OF CHATTER 1 y
desire to fight after the of I with Osceola
manner, tory measures f
4ll l inoation of the practice, with all it' Washington to Americans Garibaldi 48(8, LAWS ur FLORIDA. t t
or show sympathy, came to visit the chiefs at
civilized warfare. He always too, what strong allies the Sem-
mpUes. Florida offers unusual up-, to Italian Osceola's fame and he- Fort Moultrie. Notice b hereby: given that Ceo. E.: JfeEey I
his warriors to spare the wom- inoles would have madethe; following purchaser of Tax Certificate No. (i. dated ..' r _
artunities for the use of green ma- roism is stronger today among the "Osceola always'seemed''to be pin- the 6th day: of Jane A. D. 1910. baa fikdsaid : i
and children incident is
en of their enemies.
a Dre, but the climate and the soil is certificate in my: office, and has made application :
Florida Seminoles
than his for the
ing freedom of his
during native
; "'It is not upon them that we make "The proposition was put to the ; for tax deed to issue in aceonUnee i
inch, unless the principle is well nnlentood dramatic bold warrior his with law. Said certificate embraces the following ;
career as a a proud spirit broke; dying in the
war, he said, 'but upon men; let us chiefs, asking if the United States deseribed property situated in Brad 1
the practice is more or less magnetic leader, and as a patriot act like men.' No other crime can be should set' apart for the exclusive use very prime of manhood,'the'romantic ford county. Florida. to-witdiW cfSWtf \
liatardous.'However. struggling for his home and the inheritance interest around him' See. 15 Tp I, S. Range 21 E 40 A. The Aid :
charged to the chivalrous Seminole of the Seminoles certain portions of was enhanced by land being assessed at the date of townee ,i
it is simply a case ofknowing of his The of inch certificate in the of Uokftowm
people. sympathy. fame of the Florida aims -
than a positive opposition to the re- Florida, would they (the Seminoles)
unless said certificate shall be red e4 .
what when and how. Unonbtedly !eo> according :
-. "With such is Osceola Seminole will
reverence re- moval of his people from his' native guard the United States from foreign last as long as history. to law, Ux deed will ferae tbercoa t
Bacteria is the solution of garded by the remnant of Seminoles "When Osceola realized that death on the 1st day: of June A. D.-..11 14. :
land to the cold Western country, and invasions,"and.,agree to go to these Witness my: official signature and sal this r
commercial I.
jtte fertilizer problem. today that the name given him when to defend such a removal with all the lands was near, he carefully prepared him- the 2nd day: of May: A. D. 1914. J l' -
pfineral fertilizers applied to such he was accepted as war chief,by the self to meet the Great Spirit, puttingon W. T. WEEKS -' l
will fires of his magnetic nature. "One by one the chiefs assented, Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford CountFlorida. /,
jsofl. do about as much good as if i nation is guarded.jealously, and they Defiance Was Dramatic. and when Osceola was addressed he his full dress and all the accoutre- t .t
ppread 011,the barn floor. So it refuse to reveal it to ments of chief. By B. A. Weeks. D. Co' t'JlaTUt.
may any white man "Has a war The young war- "
history given to the world a plucked one of the white plumes I S'
P* safely ,said the quantity of min- who might disclose it, treating it rior,with the death sweat already on : j }

kral manures that any soil can utilize much as the Israelite did the name his brow, reached forth his hand and IN. CIRCUIT COURT. ITH )JUDICIAL OB-: j

[depends on the amount and condition of Jehovah-too sacred to pass the in dead silence bade each and all the BRADFORD CUlT OF FLOKIDA J

of tls, bacteria of the soil. e lips of an alien race. officers and chiefs a last farewell and KATIE COWARTVS.COUNTY. 1 I I

New Ground and Old. '"Because of s in '
the' strategy of the ai another moment smiled away his ,
It, is not absolutely necessary for American in the last breath without
army capture of Os- a struggle or a BILL FOE :
the farmer to study the ABC of a ceola, no Seminole today will listen to groan. In that death chamber there NOTICE TO'APPEAR DIVORCE. t

Neroseopie organism.. There are cer- any proposition of treaty or compro- IN.STOCK. was not a tearless eye. Osceola diedas THE STATE OF FLORIDA
tarn visible To J. C. Cowart Greeting I
soil conditions due to bacterial mise from the agents of the United I he had lived,' a hero among men." It having been shown by affidavit: that the .

action that he is already more States government"At Minnie Moore Wilson, in Florida Defendant J. C. Cowart ia m non-ratdeet of
Gf less familiar with. / 1 PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS the State of Florida and that the residence
It does not rc- the time Osceola made his dramatic Metropolis. laid Defendant it at Waycrosa. Georgia tUt4. ,
!ke very close observation'to see a entrance into Florida as a warrior TOWER MATCHERS EDGERS TRIMMERS hat said Defendant is over the age cf -twenty-.
dileleD one :yean.
between vegetation growing his name,Was heralded all over PEBKL SHINGLE MACULTERY NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS It is therefore ordered.,consider and ad-
on,near land and that old land. Hereby notiac to given to mil creditors odged that the said Defendant J. C. Covart
on the American
continent .
Oat: l legatee* and distributee and mil persons 10 appear to the Complainant's Bill of Com- ."
:ideal should be to change old does history of those days show that BOILERS, up to .ao L L1gat aad HeavySAWDUST having mar: elam or demand against the Taint herein oa or before the 20th day ol I,-"
had into new land conditions. SLAB CAKTEYORSG.SOLUE estate of W. H. Riven. deceased, late of the Tone A. D. 1914. is default whereof a decree ': V
he was ever actuated by any other COXTEYOBS Town of Starte Ct-unty of Bradford. State >ro eonfesso will be entered against the said _
A friend was going through a field than a sincere desire to deal justly ENGINES STEAM FEEDS l of Florida. to present any and all such elaims I. C Cowart.I -
v com STATE HILLS or demands to the UDders jJned executor with- tM farther ordered that this otis be published 4 '
growing on land that had been with the whites, and to live on friendly urn IlILL9 in two years, the time prescribed by law or : in the Bradford County Telrgrspblevspaper a V
Ia ,continuous cultivation for 100Yra terms with them. i DUSTOY SAWS this notice will b* pleaded m bar theraof. published at Strk in Bradfordoonty. ; .
SAW BITS all geate..z saws THIS THE 8TH DAY OF MAY. 1914. Florida once m week for Six ceaertive ;
The Born was in roasting car. "He was prepossessing in appear-1 I. J. E. FUTCH. weclcs.In V : i
Be had been asked to make 1 SJUFTUG PULLEYS BOXES Executor of the.Laat Win and Testament of Witaeta Whereof. I bare hereunto act fT r;: f'
any sug- ance, with luminous eyes and a well- BELTING 41 patlu-.HI.. t. best W. H. Rivers, deceased. hand and affixed the seal of our Circuit I
tedion he saw fit as to what could shaped month, expressing indomitable May: 8-8U "--t on this the llth day of May A. D. G
to improve the crop. He said, firmness. His voice was clear EnBTTIUX' FOR THE 2NO.1 TF. T. WEEKS. ClarkE .t';

tile Tlave. BO suggestion to make. It is and dramatic, and as he urged his SAWMILL 666 A. ..Crews.'Solicitor.By: R. A. Weeks. D. C.. ";: th : r ; -

best ever. What strikes me fol warriors to battle with the dreadedwar Write fopPl'lces for Comp. .
th'best t 1 I Hay 154t.
ever. What strikes'me most cry 'yO-he-e-her,' his clarion a / / w Thii w s pKKriptk prepared apedaQy .

treond foftib1l is the green blades near'the voice made the deepest impression I + / for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. ilnlpi 3orp,0ffief A6m61n Was't "'.;, 'r )
The blades on my' corn at t upon Seminoles and Americans. .. Five or six dotes will break soy cste sad '
4S The of
worst cases no matter how loagstsKlIng, ,
... age are dry from the ground to| Military Ability Notable. if taken.then at a tonic the Fever will not are cared by_the voaderfal. old getiabte'TJr.Potter's .<' .
return. It the liver better baa
:. acts on
mr Antiseptic Bcaliur Oil. D reiimaPate
here there is t
not a dry I i "He was a military genius; not obi. Calomel and docs not ripe or aickea. 2Sc ,II u4 Reds attic same.time. 15c.3OC.11.eD lT.t .
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4 The.municipal !election took, Mr/0: L. Thomasv spent" several fr + p4't'4 dew.

+ ,on'';Tuesdayf. The following'being, the days last week fishing, in 'Nassau' f 4 r
-- a 7 '
result county.. 6 f' r
a 1 eT For mayor:' P.'.M. Padgett, un Mr. W% E. Toole was\&' 'business. .. { a '
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:opposed.. '' visitor.. to Jacksonville Tuesday.' r fr-***> *

aT. I For. aldermen.: 'C..J.. Knight. 85; Mr. W V. Goodwin and children A
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F.-'M. Rivers 72; J, W Jones, 67; H. I Came over from Jacksonville'Sun-' S S ii ,

; Rosenberg;'28.:;'Th :1irst" three, were day and spent several.:days the first S.

a 'elected. of the week.Mrs' .' I'r
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For :city'"ct rk arid tax assessor: : H. C.Peace and children, Virginia '
C. ::F. Rivers,.unopposed, votes 87. and Belle, are visiting relatives Over '
..For'marshal and: collector:; J." B. at Anthony.Mr. .
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'Chancey, '54; :L., M. :Wells, 51; Mr. G. W. Alderman pf Lake But. ,

.-., Chancey .was elected by: a majority. ler, who: is a candidate for the office *

r' ,3." of tax collector of Bradford county, ; The greatest advance ,in PURE i -

For :Treasurer: J. ft. Chastain, was shaking' hands with his many

87, unopposed'- friends here the first of the week. GOODNESS ,ever made in smoking
.I pR
;, The ,ladies ,of the civic league got Rev. Olin Boggess was a visitor to tobacco. 4.A (

: themselves rakes brooms and other Starke Tuesday. ./ c
I Stag isn't just. little better. It's a ; ,
.. weapons ,and commenced a tirade on Messrs. Lonnie 'Roberts. of Pier- tion. revelan11 i'l \

dry leaves- and other unsightly .rub son and John Roberts' St. George, \ )\j. }

4 bish,'completely cleaning up the park. Ga., were guests at the home of their You can't smoke half a pipeful without realiz .J .

I Several of,the men folks got ashamed father, Mr." E. J. Roberts, first of the ing this.\ Try it and see. t IIIIIl1 .

J ;. of seeing,the ladies do this work and week. Convenient Packages The Handy Half-Size 5-Cent y

M44 ; throwing off their coats set to work Mr. J. B. Crews from the western Tin, the Full-Size IP-Cent Tin the Ponnd and Half-Pound Tin Humidors sand

;alsO. 'As a finishing touch the fence portion,of the county, who is a can- the Pound Glass Humidor. -

,posts, and 'the trunks of the trees didate for the office of county commissioner -

seven.,feet high 'are painted white. 1 for. Lake Butler district,

:Now the city council will have to see was 'here ..Tuesday looking after the I "No Site, ,' : '

" about, keeping the.cows out. interests' his candidacy. STAG "No SOag,' r fv 2y,

t A .merrY ,party of young, people :Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, of the Water I 60 Bat, rF

went .to. Coote's. Bluff, on I New River, Oak section, who is a candidate for t ..., : '$0 SUbJ,." I

..: :on Tuesday,-.for a fish fry. They the office of county commissioner for

"r ." ';;wet chaperoned by Mrs. 'HolmesLogan Lawtey district, was in Lawtey Tues-

: The'.party ,was comprised of Cigarette
:the following: Bob Rivers,. ,Harry Williston. baseball. team came l lt.

L lv ... Logan Percy Rivers Dick Moore, De- up yesterday, Wednesday and played
i E : ''Witt" Magilj,'Tom!Huett; Miss Clara the first of a series of three games ; M. t :
Co. Ext.
i, I4y 'Stewart Miss Inez Markey, MissSarah with our boys in the afternoon. Our a

'. K t. .'.. Rivers, Miss Mjrtis'Tolbert, boys have'done very little practicing

.. <';, : : 'Miss Nelly Logan Miss Edna Epper- so'far this season and the score was

t %> son and Miss Rosa Byrd. 5 to'4 in favor of Williston.' Theywill
".J % at, Rising. Sunday. '++++++++++++++++++* + + + + + + + + + + +. + .
i Mr, and Mrs. Benjamin Max Wilson play the_other two of the series Mr. and'Mrs. I. S. Phillips and two .+ + + +

'. t : ._ are home,from their honeymoonlooking today, one in the.. morning and. one in children were visitors to Rising Sun. IAN EXPLANATION. + + CARD TO THE VOTERS. +

i' a. :well and happy. ,They have 'tie afternoon, and it is hoped that t + + +

.':., r '.; ,commenced: housekeeping in a cozy our boys will get into their old form day.Mr.. and Mrs. H. S. Norman visited +4+++++++++++++++++ + + + + + + + + + + +\10 + + + +

:'y little cottage, beautifully furnished. and win out. relatives and friends at Waller Saturday Please let nxe-make an explanationof Gentlemen and Fellow Citizens of

:1 ;Their friends wish them much joy." 'and Sunday. I same of the' bills' passed ,by the Bradford county: The _campaign. t

; Mr. Younger, of the Times, was in RAIFORD. Mr: 0. J. Phillips visited at Lawtey ]last legislature. now at its' hottest and the issues of *k ft s ;

? .Raiford on business on Monday. Sid Walker of the Jacksonville police Saturday night We wonder what is On account pf being very busy l ,the day are before,us and the.day.of

,t Mr.: .J. S. Fagin'late of the'Racket force, is visiting his parents, Mr. calling him there.. have not' been able to meet all the election: is close at handand the can,
\ Store, is in town on a visit.. They recently and Mrs., J. K. Walker, here this' Mr: J. V. ,Jones, candidate for I citizens of' Bradford'cotlnty since I didates ,for the various offices are

: moved their store to a new week.. ]have! been in, this campaign, and I 4
numerous and have
county treasurer, was here Tuesday. we a goodly number _
community known as Chiefland. Mr. Rev.'Holmes Logan filled his ,want to".sir: to the citizens of Bradford Fk4
Hon. J. ,B. Crews, 'candidate for to select from. Now, let us consider
:' i F gin says that thejj are doing a lar appointment at the Methodist county commissioner. from Lake Butler j coanty; that the, fish and game well and fully realize the obligations .
r._ business: church ]law passed by the:last legislature has
splendid Sunday. 44'Y:
'.... was here Tuesday. that we'are due to our,families t
The normal class ,closes in three :Lonnie Futch and Louis Taylor, of "]had licenses enough paid in that thereis
and noble
Mr., B. M. Dowling, candidate fortax our countryand the
_ then comes the examinations Lake Butler the week-end with : now in the state
-J days, spent collector, was here Tuesday. I treasury $21,315.- name'of'our fair state,:Florida. We
.1 The students have studied hard, and their parents here. :65, which the bill provides shall go in
Mr. J. S. Phillips is painting the are taught Holy Writ.'that when
; deserve to win.: .'T. .- Anderson, and J. A. Brooks ]into the school fund. You can plainly the wicked'rule S
residence of Mr..H. S. Norman. | the people'mourn, a
yr. -' ; attended the and ] that this will educate the a
: ; picnic political see help
; ::1 Mr., Arthur .Green, of Jacksonville, solemn fact that has been demonstratI -
; : ENTERPRISE ALIVE speaking at Providence 1 boys and.girls of and-1 '
Saturday. visited.here Monday. our country, I edso many_times in our'lives. Then
. S. T. Bowling at Starke Mon- will further. that while I know (
;Campaign Speaking and Oth'er Matters was There,will be a meeting of the'Enterprise say let us,heed this warning advice, realizing ,
day looking after his inter- there some'bad bills h fi
; aI political. Guards were passed.thatI ; the truth that
I of Interest ; Dixie Saturday night great the ballot

: r Enterprise is not dead nor sleep ests. June }6th. Every member is, urged Will .rail. oJ to. the memory of the people box is the ark of the American covenant ;r 's} v
Miss .Sadie returned home of the bills I
:; I" J ing. She is only nodding', nearly nap Walker to be present as there is some mat. ;one that and the only safeguard of .all
: Sunday from Jacksonville,.where she helped to also some I ka-
. ;, ping, but'we have heard a rapping at ters; to come before this'meeting.Be pass help our institutions, both public and .pri ,
. has been visiting relatives. aCapt. ed to defeat:: .
: schoolhouse door. By,request>the sure and'let all'tHe.guards,be.here. 'vate. r J. :VERNON JONES i'
( G E. Fahn is his .'We I
; visiting ',. defeated the bill which providfor
t .,. Hon.'J. E., J.. yWainright and other Now gentlemen, let,, us 'go to the Candidate for County
\- niece Mrs.'J. C. here Ms hales.
Byrd, week. paying ( the Wales
candidates. wiU. deliver political orations ; CONVENTION AT .* more on polls on.the. 2nd day of June and vote Bradford, County, ,,:
Jt t Our efficient, 'A. C. L. agent, J..R. THERESSp claim. We-defeated tieState High.
.. Monday 'night, June 1st By as we pray, for"men who are both l
: Wainright, went to;Lodge lake Sunday A i'convention4 the. ChriStianchurches way commission bill,. ,which would 'Zp
{ ..: j appointment of.'the' local committee competent and worthy and thereby :
IJ sD. W. Black will represent the Hon. preparatory,to moving his family of' Bhdford'countytwill from be have. cost the State. $72,000.00 per maintain i the honor and dignity of our + + + + + + + + + + +'+. f:
there. held at Theres&a 2 o'clock Saturday year, besides the expense''of thes : + "'"
D. W. Pinholster, of Brooker, if that noble country and uphold the name
tI gentleman is cot present Rev. Ophir:. K.; ,Cull':will preach at 'until Sunday night Quite a 'commissioners, I hleped.to defeat the of 'cur fair state.' !+ I AN HONEST. PLATFO' h ;

the Christian church on the Third number of Starke people will attend bill that provided $25,000.00 state'aid + A ;.
/The committee uses the cordial Respectfully: submitted ......
ti Sunday in June. Everyone. is invited the .convention. % for Maolson, school.I1' "did'':not vote .of(;
words of Governor Gilchrist in the
$ to attend. The convention will be opened witha for of the .
any .
: Public affairs not in
: invitations a
,.1'0 to.the scribes and Phar- _.S --. are
Rev.. Holmes Logan preached morn- devotional service(led by'Mrs.. J. .Was against' the Tax Commission '"
.,., ,sees, the publicans and sinners, to ., CLEANING. 1 tory condition, and public 0.-; ..
ing and'evening at the Methodist Alen40f Hampton. ,At 2:30, Mrs. S. BilL il voted the .
their sweethearts .. against General] '' .to the best methods of bringing,
come wiyes? ,. to All 'who are ;[interested in,, Crosby .
church. L. Jackson Revenue
grandmothers. 4 Daytona, willdeliver Bill and many other drastic the desired results is eo
X and Lake cemetery are urged to give all
r an address. Saturday night the fea-. bills were killed in the-Committ ee changing which has led to'much
t \ \ No; sir, we are snot napping: Everybody J possible assistance toward cleaning '
MAXVILLE. ture will be a sermon by Rev.'Ernest Room. I helped to pass the"Pension ty needless and ineffective

y has more money than usual, Postmaster ;Stewarf,has appointed House on "The Seven.Golden,Candle Bill. I helped, to pass'the Convict ta beheld on Wednesday June 10th. tion. I,' as 'an honest and.
; and strawberries are ;"responsible for
the committee:! will solicit funds and
.. Mr.'Hamby to carry' mail:on our: sticks." Bill, which is saving the state consid candidate': for Democratic
pit,' end.our- crops are good, all of there --
new route until, a civil,.service will be the as are .several large trees fallen tion to ,the office of Rep
'; bells" appointment Sunday big:day of the.erable money. I. introduced a bill for] ; .
"which reckon
to -
., ; we causes is made for the regular car- convention and the principal speakersof .morel money for. rural schools and ,' the' work, will necessarily be from Bradford County,

ring. x heavy,so i{ is earnestly desired:! that hasty, dazzling promises'ttb!.
the day are Revs. 0. K. Cull, J. B. senior high schools. ,Ihelped to pas s
_ ,,,I :'On May;17th, Mr. Joe Starling and rierThe Lucas Bros., are painting the Crews and John Mullady. Services some Special .Act Pension' Bills; We .the committee be met' courteously as pie to secure their support.:._J,
Miss Bessie Norman '
;:ft 1 rot andit; see were -married, residence and other buildings on Rev. will begin Sunday morning with Sun passed a bill 'which gave to Bradford well as generously. no promise to support or.op; :
was nice to the
so parents memorials
,Anyone having in: bills resolutions, or
House's of School
farm east town. procur
day at 9:30 and close at taxes "that :due
t; }, of both the young people presentSome" noop. county some were her ing hands I'have sufficient time to sal'
; board'f the may as
The official Union pay a num.
A free dinneVwill be ode
served on the by land owned the
some ,by; 's
of the ladies said it seemed lte of
ordinary intelligent
l ber are already person
church Imet Saturday night ,and formulated engaged.
that D;w. Black andtheHon..Gee.t t. ground and the convention will con- which .she. could -not have:"got. if w e. ,- Special l attention will be worthiness or unworthiness ,

i A.-Gardiner'were. in business togeth plans,to proceed at once withtheir vene again at 2 P. M: and continue in had not provided for,payme I in this given to measure at issue. :,:.l
building'project. session until 4 o'clock. The bill further' lots "where help or money is donated:
night and I
promise to help re My only promise the pe? :

r, t:d- ;erg,lrverySunday; ,we; have something Miss Marie States left Monday for session opens at 7:30 and closes with. peal the Bryan Primary Law also the needed 1 As a large number who of hands will,be That I will pay special .?

x; Yesterday 'we-fhad, Sunday School ,Madison.M.' a sermon on "Love, the Heart of the Road Bill collecting three dollars capitation everyone possibly can, thoughtfully consider; and' ,
Carter's is, ill' of I should take or send a basket of din-
k4; 'talks''b men of'three Baptist'.associations 'baby" quite Gospel by Ref.. John Mullady. tax, and any other bill that work for what they*'need and
ner. Messrs. J. M. Brownlee and '
*' at Heilb'rorfn church'ancTnext whooping cough. -. the people of Bradford county want at the time I am' serving
The friends of Misses Eddie Love And Wainright will direct the clean
HAMPTON. Representative should they
;( Sunda j we.will sit down and guess repealed. set.,
,4 Sk 'what the candidates will tell us. !Morres and Marie States, our schoolteachers The, quarterly conference of the"M.E. ; I,will admit that I might have made ing. bestow that honor upon me. ,

; 4- Committee J. M: Gorman, J. B. : surprised them with a social I Church South will be held in mistakes while 'I was- a member of 1\Iesdames'Joe, Wilson. Rob Weeks, I am a Bradford County : .
: and ice and cake Saturday A. V. Lang and J. M. Alvarez
evening cream will was born and raised near
Hampton on Saturday. Dr. Bigham the last legislature. I hayvoted
Browning,,C.=L. Griffis, W. L. Johns, e
night. About fifty guests were solicit funds and will appreciate vo 1. and have lived 'and worked, :m:
t. .x,. ""chairman, presiding elder, will preach at 11:00 wrong on some bills, but if the '
r'' A Xttest-b. W. Black. present and a.very pleasant evening A. M.:, after, which'dInner will be people elect me as'a member of the untary. contributions y'; county all my, life. ", >
is-reported.The .- s' Your support and vote will
served on the grounds. At, 2:04P, legislature I '''will'wo har4 to make ".
Ladies Aid with Mrs. FIRST PEACHES. predated and remembered with.
'[***Tj met M., the business session of the conference fewer mistakes this time, and so dall o .vs.

} L,. CHILDREN GROW States Wednesday..: 'A 4 ",Will begin. Dr.. Bigham will the good I can for the people'of 'As usual Mr.. M. W. Lee. 'who lives alty aid honesty.Earnestly )'aurLf.f M.J. *

F + preach on 'Sunday morning at 1100' Bradford If there near Echo Lake in
re o. f -c131areit .grow by nourishment-not ENTERPRISE. county. is any citizen Clay county, TRUMAN G. F
}r r; overjpaded, stomachs or 'rich foods but After the sermon the sacramept; of in Bradford county whom I havenot : brought"to town the first peaches; of '.';{:
Messrs J., S., J. N. I. N. 'and N' May 84tTEACnERS' I ..
O0aliue that *
","S jntus aining are blood'too readily converted-into E. Norman visitors the Lords Supper .will- celebrated., "seen I am taking this method of'I the season Saturday. ,Mr._Lee makes
often their were to Stark
4.4'. j fligtsUye'powers cannot procure'these Saturday. All christians are invited to the Lord's asking him for hi-s'.support, and if 'a specialty of peaches on his sand hill 'EXA3IINATI is
1 qnwiaei from ordinary foods which results w f table. (; Al 7:30 the young. people(of elected, promise to give my' honest J I farm and never fails,to have -crop.. > ,
> dullness Mjr. and Mrs., D. L. Phillips oState
| vealwec. and sickness were chlirch'will The uniform examinatwiteacbers
the : give the Children's anti, faithful service to all He has several varieties of peaches
f Jf-SV'.W TOOT cJudre are'nnder-size visitors .. .. s,
to Starke Stark
Saturday. will held ,
be at
J SJ *' f Program.: __
-. Day l ,
: cold '
Yi } eaaly, are languid, Respectfully, some early and'scme late, and therefore
J. N.: Norman I. Second !
returned-home '. ida, opening June the
m P frail,give them Scott'* } : r1 .: A. D" has peach
iourW from Plant City Tuesday, where she ",,- ANDREWS.Mr. Hong season, extend o'clock, A. M. .AH applicants a|

SI.i.iV t fad ''beet relatives and ,To Prevent Blood' Poisoning. '- : ingfrom" May to September. Mr. .quired "to provide ,themselves} $;"
t. apply at cite the wonderful old reliable J. V'Jon'es;Hampton candidate Lee cultivates '
ZS. ; ._ prunes, spray and pens, ink wid legal cap paper;ia
Phillis visits d rica PORTER'S dressing ANTISEPTIC that relieve HEAI4NG pain and OIL.teals'lur1 at- xf or.county'treasurer\ was look,_ fertilizes his trees" and the! results he fee of.?l.bO.;
fc < the.tame. tim,,'-Not liniments,.. 'Oc..SOe.Sim.... 'ing- after his interests here Tuesda p.'I gets amply payjhim-for_,trouble; /-22-2t Superintendent''
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