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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 5, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. .XXXV. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY .JUNE 5,, 1914. NO. 48 ,

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,.PICNIC AT THE CITY .PAEKFieePfllau ;11 ji i l 111 +++++++++ I 111111 III +++++++++ 11111'l+ FIFTY PAID 'LAST MONTH '
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F : -. .Dinner, Free Lemon 1: Mr. James H.. Foss, 11111..1 sWx y' 4*: I Those of the Telegraph's I\ List of Persons-.. Who Did '. '" ,'

ade and Free.Amuse- : Mass, 'author of "The <. subscribers who felt that the | Their Duty fo The
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# + advance in the subscription _k
mentfi. man From Everywhere, and. + : Telegraph.'
; + price of the paper was not justi- .1 "
r other readable books, vho for- : ry fied are concede ,
beginning to
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:At the most enthusiastic meeting | | merly had valuable land hold- '* + the justice .of the advance. Af- + The following persons paid their

yet'held by the Starke board of tradeit ; | .ings in Bradford county ha : : ter ordering the paper discon- ++, subscription dues to the Telegraphy ;-

was decided Tuesday night to celebrate t writtenus ,the following letter ; sf :.: + tinned they are finding it was during the month of May: ., -
the Fourth of July in Starke by + worth more to them than they : '
"Please find enclosed check for' Perry Prince :
having a big picnic at the.city park, ,: realized until they'undertook' to Jas. R. Rosier .
,:, where'afree'/ pillau dinner and barber I l-SO-to 'bring to me your indispensable t ,r ; do without it., The following, ,+: R..j. Raulcran, '

't cUe -will be given and free lemonade paper. I read'it '1 ; ; leter is one of many that we ]:,; Sam Ballinge ., '

k) i'i'will be served.all day. Addition to with more interest'than any of .+ I cx. % 11 have received from subscribers W. N. Undsty 4 x.Frank.Morgan .
1 the big free dinner ,free amusements + the numerous '' eriodica1s that + I J x, 'ti: Y. v. or returning to the fold: =: .
I such baseball ': are sent to me gratuitously-as .: ?, ,' Editor ; -
nn 'be proveded, as d + Telegraph I thought + P. 0. Carpertf.. ", "
rides for visA author and publisher not excepting + f it ..
:ipuoes, free automobile an I + an easy matter to stop reading : F. T. Nbrmjm'Henry .

: itors/free moving pictures in the afternoon 4 those in which my own .: :. the old Telegraph, but I =I Harris,

.:J *and an' old-fubioned countrydance + writings appear.. Long may you + : I + find it very bad to be without ,..: John E. Trice, 1

1 at Armory in the evening. send to us In the cold north- -+ +s __/ + it. You will please put my name +I G. W. Burney: .; .

t Everybody. invited to come and I land the cheering news from 1 back on your subscription list : L. G. Sibley .

1 everybody will receve a characteristic I the land of flowers .and sun. I and please be sure to send me I. -, H. H. Thomiws ;
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committee of five shine." I this
1 Starke y.elcome. A + f week's issue. ;i J. B.| Parmen er' ; I '

1 I 'was appointed- to; perfect .arranges T ill 1111-M-+++++++ 11111111 4 '. a't .+...11111 H ++.+++++++ mini i -" H. M. Reddick \.: ;
ttents for the occasion and nothing .-7-. : : j .. H. F. Eeddire t
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f visitors that PROGRAMFor f COLORED WOMAN KILLED. .
of
the,,comfort our on y_ I L. A. Davis; Jr. ..
l lives here is I .
i day. Everybody whq ex.
1 I netted to remain here on the Fourth Little Springs Literary Society, y S ; Adam Thomas Shot His Wife Friday A. L. Rowell .' .'
June 13, 1914. ;\ '- P. B. Byrd ,
Night
1 rand everybody who don't live here,is .r'' R. F. MartinI ,J>

r. ( expected to come.here. '. .
Clanton Scaff.
Recitation '
J. J. Rigdon .
i shedsI In a fit of jealously Adam Thomas, .
iThe committee hitching
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Reading Katie DuBose. !r colored, shot and killed his wife at E. H. Douglass : .
1 [reported enough money collected to Speech, Wiley Williams.Extemporaneous ., I their home Starke !1 Jeff Surtaia '
night
near Friday
[enable them to proceed with the work I ';
Speech, Carl Scat I about 10 o'clock. Immediately after Miss Notre lL.Johnson .
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\Vf ejecting sfied. They reported that
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Debate Resolved-That ;
Washington C. R. Neal
: shooting her Thomas hurried to town .
'p i 'Objections had been made to the proposed Was a Greater General Than Lee. 1.\I for a physician and later voluntarily s Mrs. H.'Lo e y ', J
of the shed. After I
some
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: Affirmative: Eustace JCrews, Wray I II I surrendered himself to the authorities W. R. Stri tclaJ..1' -'
,'ti\ vnmotion was offered and :.
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i } togo DuBose. DUNCAN U. FLETCHER I and is now in jail pending trial. J. M. Bohanno'
carried -authorizing ,
Negative, Percy McLeod, Geo. Ed- ( E..C. Williams
I It is said that the wife of Thomas ,
ahead and carry out their original wards. Who Will Continue To the State of !! .'1t
y Represent FloridaIn had been unduly intimate with another A. P. Hoffman .
instructions and erect the' shed on .Our last meeting was a pronouncedsuccess "i I J. B. .
Seals
named Charles
the United States Senate I negro Cummings .
the. -
vacant lot north \
and well warrants.
large at F. A. -.
for some time before the tragedy and Fisher' .
then.It ; tendance, Everyone come out to lit- that she often '. B. J. Sapp .
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accompanied Cum .,
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telephones
on ; tle Springs school house and see how I frolic.. 'f '- -E. C. Johns : .
M1 Bj arte4'thatthecitizens living in thevicinity'ofthe .: the L. S.' L. S.' is moving. Remember COMPLETE RETURNS FROM TILE PIU MARY- ELECT! N.1 mings On -Friday on a evening Cummings and T, J. D:McCormicj i it_.tI,. .r.' .",
Davis school house
the date, May 13, Saturday night, ,1 Mrs. E. R. Dyal' ,
? his brother, Jack, drove to'the tho- ; ,-
would hoi that
'meeting at place and don't be late. C. C. C. Name aDd Office j 1 2 3 4 c 5 61 7 8 9 'L mas home in' a buggy. +They had a {.' Isham Wilson i'' L;.
Saturday at 10 o'clock A. M, and.hadtequeeted '
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I supply of whiskey and they offered S..W. Wilson :i'x ; '1
that Starke be 'representr tDUBOSE.SHAW.. U. S. Senator: II I. 'I I I ( I !
Dalton ''
at'the meeting. The telephone com The home of Mr., and Mrs. J. B- D. U. FLETCHER 1 I 1I 37 110, 381 49L85 '1891' 58\ 99 I 621,1\-,\ i Thomas drink. Jack Thomas persuaded Carter'Walter |!jl j l

,mittee was instructed to be present at Shaw, of Brooker, was the scene .of J. N. C. STOCKTON II 41L.-J 4! 8L221 9.11 371 461 1111 3511 Thomas to walk down the John' Green il| .:!

:'the meeting and confer with the citii a pretty' wedding Sunday afternoon, Congressman: I I road with him, leaving Charles Cum Brown !; -
FRANK CLARK 67 i mings and the Thomas to Miss AddieJames Baicien ''
16026j 49100L23918212569 927 woman :
at that and :
at the
i l- point report May 24, when their daughter, Miss I
,next meeting. Mae was JOHN V. DENTON II 7128 61 21 81 331 131 111 41 112 : gether. After Thomas and Jack bad H. Foss '. ''
united in
i marriage to Mr. .
The. ;committee on the organization Lacj DuBose. The bride never looked -. Com'r of Agriculture: I I I I I I J I disappeared Charles Cummings invited John P. Coffin't, ;
T. J. APPLELARD Jr 18 51 11 33 E. A.
-of 21 89i i 56 641 375 I the woman to take a ride with \ Kennedy '
( county fair association had 'no in her .. It. _
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lovelier : pretty, wedding -
r w. A. .McKA 41T 1051 13 151 541 1451 521 92 24 541 him and they rode together T. L. Williams : t _
definite away .
report to submit. The cornnlittee'was of ..
soft white silkoline
gown: Justice Supreme Court: : I J. J. 1 .I Thomas returned home before his ,W. 0. Silcox i'! !
continued and. instructedto'report' trimmed with-shadow lace and JOHN C. AVERY II 28 451 9 111 26 111"1 23 31 241'308 and C. M. .
wear-I wife when she came back about Phillips i. '1
g : progress at next meeting. ing all the accessories to w. H. LLlS 29 71' 10 261 43 1121 33 83 46 453 J. .
: ten o'clock Thomas was'almost insane .If.Tillman. I 9':., .
- | !j.'CoL. C. L. Peek reported that a carried a bouquet of sweet white ,T. M. SHACKLEFORD 26 53 2 231 22 H81 20 53117136-4_ -: ;, '
with jealously and after some heated '. ..
|| large corporation had purchased the roses tied with white satin ribbon. Representative: I I I Take ( H. "
|4.Io"ling-Shands large landed inter (The groom looked his best in a suit A. D. ANDREWS I 49 '110 27 29, 32L129 341, 121 65 596 talk he struck his wife several times the Telegraph' homel-with;; you" :

'' t' est east of Kingsley lake for the purpose of dark blue serge. T. G. FUTCH II 1 211 120 231 241 231 671 611 331 16 378 and then made up his mind to kill -$1.50 pEr: year. .. ;-.

.of planting a camphor grove and The bridesmaids, ''Misses Murrie M. J. SAPP II_16} 45 41 13591441 _18142! 48j289F. her. He grabbed his shotgun; and : ,

vineyard( and that they contc m- Malphurs and Katie DuBose looked] P. SHAFFER f II I 18 131$ 01 5 4211171 19 101, 2 226 picked the woman up bodily and bore W. C. T. U. SOCIAL MEETING. '

i plated transforming the old Dowli g- dainty in their becoming Miss' J. H. WILLIAMS. 33 96 40 32 25 1761 38 311 141, 485 her out:into the yard, where he shot At the residence*of Mrs.. D.. E

LY i(i Shandstraniroad| into a railroad andwouM rs' gowns. Tax Collector: I her fatally in the abdomen. The Knight, -last Friday afternoon the '
Malph
was of light blue ;
crepon, G. W. ALDERMAN 35 130 30 35 33 76 52 29 28 448B. woman lived long however ladies of the
seek the enough, W. C. T. U.
' connection with Sea- y
trimmed with white shadow lace, M. DOWLING 501 81 201 25 76 2271 52 117 55 703 to make statement most entertained" ;.
t laud at or near Starke. Mr. Peesaid k while Miss Dubose's was of soft white a to Judge GeorgeA. delightfully. \ _
County Treasurer: I I. IL '
fee had written for more definite, mulle, trimmed with dainty lace. J. M. BROWNLEE 25 11 0 5 12 1681 7 16 2 IL Gardiner of the circumstances in The reception hall, parlor and din- ;) ,; .

;information in regard to the matte Messrs. Ray DuBbse and FultonCail o. B. GORDON 3 6 0 0 6 51 3 39 011( s the case. ing room were thrown together and

jM and would; report at the next meeting were attendants of the groom. A G. W. HAZE 29 41 8 12 72 641 11 12 26 275 On Saturday morning Judge Gardiner prettily decorated with cut flowers 3'

I. of the board. large number of friends and relatives J. V. JONES 3 3 21 151 7 241 801 11) 2 137 empaneled a jury and held an inquest and ferns, and afforded amp room

The meeting then adjourned until 1 II I j were present to witness the ceremony, E. L. ODOM II 0 711 11 81 91. 81 21 71 81 114T. upon the woman's body and the for the crowd charmingly'gowned
h aext Tuesday F. RIVERS I 4 561 311 9r-51 21 01 61 111 114 verdict was that she had come to herdeath ladies. -The hostess,. Mrs. =
: %, evening.. I Which was- twrfnrmed n_______ Kw _Pow .../}......../.- Knight, ,
f field, of Worthington, -J Fla..w" W. W. ROBERTS II 1111 241 91.10 6 181I1 584311\ () 18CommissionerNo. 0 from a gunshot wound inflicted wore a dainty white lingerie dress and.

SHOOTS SELF ACCIDENTLY. 1: I I by Adam Thomas. The jury was com corsage bouquet of sweet peas. She .
I Immediately after the \\ \ I I II
: !Jasper Chase, son of EL Frank amid showers'of rice and ceremony, J. J. BLACKWELDER' 20 85 351 12 35 63 24 63 27 364C. posed of the following well known cordially received the guests'and ,directed -
,Clise congratulations J. HANEY II 8 13 41 0 7 231 41 451 111 105 citizens: J. M. Alvarez J. WJRThite them to
of near Crosby Lake, had'a the the punch towl, which
happy young couple departed A. H. WILLIAMS II 38 1071, 11 481 621 1461 M149153lr573
'
uiriow Roy Turner Hill was placed
ke escape from death early Sun- for the home of the -oom's Adams, 0. E. Al in the dininr room' and,
g Commissloner-l'o. .
se 'dy morning. He was dragging a father near Worthington, Fla., at R. J. ANDREWS : \, 21 103 26 38 51 107i I 35 75 651, 521 varez, and Lawrence Bessent. was very attractively, an anged in a 4

I Rochester rifle around by the muz- which place they will reside. J. B. CREWS 165 I 97 191 161 56 1641 571 651 1611 555, It is said that Thomas was stricken setting of sweet, peas on an elaborate' ,
>se *tit when the'weapon was discharged The presents with remorse as soon as he realized lunch cloth of Battenburg anti drawn .
) received were Commissioner-Xo. 3: I
13 'biome; manner The bullet struck pretty, as both bride .and very are S. T. DOWLING 30 134 28 15 71 1281 441 I 123, 62 II 635J. what he had done. He requested the work, and was presided over by Mrs. "

isly *the 'end of'the eleventh-rib on the very popular among a large groom circle of J. WA RIGHT II 581 667i 3535 1341 431 241 1611 41issionera g, privilege of attending' his wife's funeral Tomlinson and Miss Ottie Gray

of i .rifht'side of his body,'where it was I friends, who wish them a long life of t.: 4: '\ 741 I 201 I J IIW. Sunday and Sheriff Denmark .An interesting literary a'c.d musical ''

of 'flattened by ,Impact, and then it took unalloyed hapiness and A. BESSEl'o47 10 34 4 8 23 .171 2211, 212N. took him to the church where the program was rendered, the musie be. .. :

:k 'a circular course around his body un- .prosperity. D. GREEN II 531 571 141 51 421 1141 331 481 1611 382J. services were held handcuffed to I furnished by the Choral Club in

oplt der the skin and stopped at the right HAYNESMcLARIN.Dr. L. U DERHILL II 151 921 111 9P321 loll 4.11 671 4511 419, another man, and when the services I their; usual efficient manner, MK.

tloe, Aouldor! blade. Physicians 'were iinI Othma Lamar Haynes;. of this, Commissioner-No. 5: y I I I were concluded he was returned to his Charles. Larson, of, White CUy,'favor -
3 47 79 16
D. W. 1IOLSTER 63 1031 311 1661 60
mediately snored and the bullet city, and Miss Annie 46 cell in the county jail. ed the gathering with {
was Hope McLarin a ruosi amusing
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;;_ A. B. SURRENCY II 'l31! 361 361 271 691 931 491 1 581 6411 :
+d tee! and removed. The wound Was of Fairburn, Ga., were united in mar- f reading, faultlessly ,endtred ia .

tern: ;APnwul.olle, but is considered. -iage at the home of the bride's parents I School. E. DOUGLASS BeardNo.11\I 30\ 971 I 441 I! 24 62 I_ 951 I 4'21 I 80 I'J. 45 519N. I INJURED IN RUNAWAY. negro dialect and costume. The hos.' k

a :ratrfoaq unless it becomes infected. in Wednesday evening, June 3, by H. STOKES II 139, 1121 71 271371 22.11 50 n"91 34t'I' 579 Mrs. M. J. McRae was the victimof tess, assisted by Misses Cassie.White: ; : '

k w mae "lY.S' fI I Rev. Terry, of the Methodist church. '''I' Supervisor Registration: I! j I I I I I a, runaway -accident on '}(a iso U Lois Peek and Mrs. Joe Edwards, '

\ Immediately after the ceremony Dr. I C. A. KNIGHT I II\ 481 81 281 221 511 223 661 83 37 639 street Saturday morning about eight served delicious ice cream and several .!

I J NEGRO! FATALLY,SHOT. I I,and Drs.JHaynes.left for Jacksonville, H. C. PEEPLES II 28! 1231 171 361 5.31 181 501 541 441( ? o'clock, from which 'she suffered a kinds of cake. l ,, ,

is Pi! lh inquest held by Judge'George A. from which city they proceeded to St. Constable-No.6: II I- I I I fl slight concussion of the brain, but The program rendered 'waa'as fol-'i ,

\Cardiner upon the body of Ed. Hicks, :. Augustine for a short visit with rela- MALLORY JONES I 115 was not seriously injured.. Mr. and lows: i T ..

I be x"'loiored, which was found near Provi- tives. They will probably make a J. B. SAPP II I I 1 11821 I 118: Mrs. McRae !had driven to town that Song, "A Saloonlcss Nation,'' Choral --. .

itb', ecce June,23, three days after. the tour of the East'Coast before comingto I morning and stopped 'at the home of Club. i ;_ ;
"a'. Duncan U. Fletcher was triumphantly renominated for the United States .
death E. S. Matthews.
| developed the fact that Mr. MeRae alighted Instrumental '
Starke
where they will reside. A senate. Clark, Wilson, Sears and Soarkman were nominated for congressmen I Solo Miss .Cassie : '
s. .v Vff H been killed by Chester Graham, more extended account of the mar- Clark almost unanimously. W. A. McRae had an easy victory for I from the buggy and left the lines White. ,. ". :r.

rr' ttalnred, who is cow in the county I riage of this popular young couple commissioner of agriculture. T. M. Shackleford and John C. Avery were hanging over the dashboard. Afterhe Chorus, Choral Club. '

i$-.awaiting 'trial. The' coroner's will appear in the Telegraph later. chosen as justices of the state supreme court. reached the sidewalk an ice wagon "Items of Interest to .Ternpsrance'Workers .
Jary I It11.u..Fralick A. D. Andrews and Joe Hill Williams will represent Bradford county in \ _
| was composed of W. 0. Brooks, drove up and stopped between )im ," Miss loiS Peek
defeated G. W. Alderman for office of : ;
B..M.
,' [ : ,'A. H. Williams PEEK- TTHEW the 1915 legislature. Dowling and his horse. Either from ;
IQy Walter fright Recitation
or "The Greed for
,t i tat col1ector. G. W. Hazen was chosen county treasurer. Cold" -f
ti ;w* ,'J. L Floyd and Williams. The' Mr. Carlyle Peek, son of CoL C. L. i Commissioners were nominated as follows: District No.1, A. H.. Wil- from natural inclination Mr. McRae'shorse HoPis Knight. ''- .. "= '

("wdfct of the jury was that Hicks Peek, who is now studying architecfnre : liams; No. 2, J. B. Crews; No. 3, S.-T. Dowling; Ko. 4, J.'L Underhill; No. started to'run down the street Chorus., Choral' Club. -.: '., 'fr,I' ;' .

ld' ,.. fedj: from gunshot wounds' at the' in Chicago, and Miss Ruth Mat- 5, D. W. Pinholster. He shouted to Mrs. McRae to jump Reading Zlrs.-Aanie M. Jonai. : .
)ads:of Chester Graham. One thews, :Members county board of public instruction were nominated as follows: and in,, r : t
bullet formerly assistant attempting to do so she Trio :
was Mesdames iC.
principal of : J. '
s District No 1, N. H. Stokes. L. W. Kkkliter, District No. 1, and ChesleyFogg dutch,; JJ. G. .'
rUck.l
'ws s under the jaw and passwttie'top I the Starke High School, were quietly District No. 3, had no opposition and were certified and their names thrown violently to the ground. She Turner' and Miss .Lois Peek; <:

at ., .of his head. A second married in Chicago on Wednesday, did not appear upon the ballot. was picked up unconscious and carried Reading, Mrs. Charles Larson;, a

LE L Met'entered. the. right ,side above June 3. They will reside in Chicago. Tax assessor 15. D. Wainright was. also certified.C. into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chorus, Choral Club. '

,hip and penetrated the lungs.; A. Knight 'was nominated for supervisor of registration.J. H.. C. Richard, where she received I .
nominated for constable in District No. 6. ,. '
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with Take the
'- you$1.50 executiv also certifieda was. TelagrapHJiome ath yew
committee
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jy: JK-i -.EltgrapIJiO, per. year per year. d their names did not appear 'upon..the,ballot caught before he did any, damage. -- ?1.50 per year,4: _, r .. _
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r Attractive Prices On American Wire Fence voluntary. and not. legally J {

Come InDeWITT sanitation, effort through.conscieutiiaia to avoid,disease j J ; II
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highest type of citizenship i .: D.MtLj.O'NdO.Ntbi.

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; f_ CRAWFORD GUILTY other living than could, say that everything for_ the regular crop onions in the tions. that have existed,there for ..
.1: written by Mr. Holmer was north. ,After the bulbs have become lastfour years, that in this ';ir
",:" Jury Returned Verdict of Guilty of identical with what the defendant saidon thoroughly dry on the surface theyare the; impression almost 'is :;

'i. First Degree Murder. the ,stand when testifying to the either placed directly in the crates that Villa controls an army of one ,

?t Miami, Fla., May 30. "We, thef' coroner's jury. for shipment or are carried to a pack- proportions and that.he-iiia in ,2 ,
ing shed to be graded and packed for control of the so-called _
: jury, find the defendant guilty of The taking of testimony ended at ''
:'i, murder: in the first degree,'so say we 10 o'clock and State's Attorney Gram- market. ists,? declares R. B..Henry an I Not a ,

f:;,- all. J. M. Key, foreman," was, the ling opened the state's case. He wasfollowed During the early days of the Ber- neer of Chihuahua,.who'ruzntiy :.
muda onion industry the crop was : that country, who is here. only one
T; verdict returned against F. R. Crawford by Hon. A. Zenas Adkins, of "i
r: for the murder of Joseph C. Starke, for the defense, who was followed shipped largely in bags but it was "VUIa signs himself and : l i .
6th for soon found that the bulbs were too himself the commanding general ,,
Keene at Arch Creek, December by Judge George A. Worley
last in the circuit court the dtf perishable for this method of hand the field of constitutiOnalist i'
..; by a jury ense. %
?: bet night Hon. James E. Calkins, of Fernan- ling. At present the greater portionof ces, but he has no more control 'E.I 'E.
the is sent to market in folding Gonzales, Figueroa, Zapata, and :
With their faces grave, stern and lina, who assisted the state, began crop
rij set the jurors filed into the court his arguments to the jury and talked slat crates that ace about twenty Mexican generals, than. Garranza !
if foon at 11:40, after having discussedthe for thirty minutes when he grew inches long, twelve inches wide, and ,over Huerta. Villa himself I; ; ,, F/a.
controls and commands the
case in the jury room for two suddenly ill and was assisted to his twelve inches high. only
; hours and forty minutes. seat by other attorneys. Mr. Calkins These crates hold approximatelyfifty goza, brigade of probably 1,500

f. Crawford sat expectant but kept his asked permission of the court to retire pounds of onions and weigh fif It was not an army under Villa i

face impassive, and, but for the gleam saying he had been sick for a ty-six or fifty-seven pounds when took Torreon, but.the combined for
filled. The cost of these crates is of rebels, held together by the
of his eyes as he gazed steadily at month and was in no condition to continue -
!, about $18 a hundred, but they add ful tie of opportunity: ta loot.
- ;l.i the jury, it would not have been his arguments.The .
i; ', known by his facial expression if it state's attorney closed the address enough to the attractiveness and carrying is what makes'the',rebels
: They have never hadl: a victory,
of the onions to make
": were he or seme other on trial for a begun by Senator Calkins, qualities : p'
cept possibly at Monterey: and nr.
'. erime punishable with death. speaking for ten minutes, and the their use profitable.-Tampa Tribune.
pico, where the menurder them .
;;, Sitting by the side of her husband court recessed for an hour and a halfso ----- )*
not granted time to.loot.
f: 1 Mrs. Crawford was almost as expressionless that Judge Worley, attorney for + + + i* + + + + + + + + + + + + + "Obregon is, in:absolute control: Investment

,t" ,. and merely looked up, andiX' the: defense, could prepare certain HYGIENE. his own little army:ti Sonora; he
then 'lowered I-er eyes, as the clerk charges asked by the defense.At I COMMUNITY ,Villa ,
not report to nor to ;
r in_low tones read the, verdict whkn, six o'clock Judge Gibbs instructed + + Urbina and. tbe Arietta
\ .i:i but for Providential interference, will the jury telling them that they .1.- .1. .. .i&. .. .. 1.. .. ... .a.. ... ... 44444.rew. -. operate in Durango: ; Jesus :-

jr} send_her husband to the gallows tot might retire in custody of a bailiff, Every man is his brother's k !eper. brother of .' ] -

!;' pay the penalty of his crime. and should return to the court room He can't help it any more than the in Coahuila; Pablo. Gonzates in'.

t When the jury entered. the room, at half past seven o'clock to receive neighbors can, much as they might pico; Natera in Zacatacas; ;, L 1, -

t_ Judge Worley, one of the, attorneys the case in charge from the court. like to. He can't evade the 'respon in Guerrero,, and: Zapata and i \ :
;: q for the 'defe dart, was not present The charges of the court were fin sibility of such relationship unless he in Morelos and. Qaxaca. None \ !!:5I! .I ,

: and it was necessary to send for him ished at eight o'clock and the jury lives in the wilderness ,ajid never I these men has. any respect f Op.- 7; .

before the verdict could be read. retired to the grand jury room to comes into contact with his fellow nor would: they obey him. I 13 .. ,,.
Meanwhile the spectators silently-and consider their verdict.At man. It is a Iw of society as fixed told me thathejdid'not recognize I I I ..-c; ,.. 'I ..)c, ?

;. breathlessly craned their necks forward nine o'clock the jury sent into as any other enacted by the Almighty. I ranza or Vil.ashis, chief; the i: : :

to watch the defendant and the room andasked for water. It His conduct, good or evil or care- not regard anyone as his superior : l I hl

4 .! others affected by the, verdict about seemed evident then that it wouldbe less, must affect others accordingly. cer; that he. wanted no:g .m'

to. be read.' some time before verdict was Individual responsibilty to societycan and was for the confiscation of \ 'JI : t iJ

; '!' 'l'Ii-e' half a hundred people in the i reached, if at all. not be escaped, whether it be in property and: division amo&g;his @ 'I i .
:- room scanned the faces of the jury I Crawford, pale and hollow-eyed, sat morals or in physical affairs. The I! 't' 1'
ple."This
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closely, watching their expressions nervously'waiting, with his wife at criminal lowers the moral tone of the condition is whafc make } .

: ; in an effort to read in advance the his side. They conversed in low tones. community, disgraces it and exerts a possible, in. my view, any eoh : II r

result of their deliberations. Finally the defendant leaned back in degrading influence. The man who government. in Mexico kfc the .

r "Guilty," said someone, in an au his chair and elevated his feet to lives in dirty surroundings invites situation.. The rebels. art t'i-

., diMe whisper which could be heard the table in front of him, his hands disease and thereby endangers the solely by the opportunity they. .f".,. f
; .u over the courtroom. If he heard' behind his head. He remained in this I health and possibly the lives\'of his for pillaging and rohhery. i -.

the remark of the bystander, Crawford position for a long time, still looking neighbors.The no army in the republic worthy i, -
-r made no sound or sign. Neither t furtively about and talking in sub- conclusion is inevitable that 'it,. name,. and I do not belie it < \ ; '}

c 1 T* did his wife for they continued to dued tones to Mrs. Crawford. is the duty of every man to keep require a big force 9%bring l'f] :<'

{ \ look intently at the jury, knowing I The terrible strain under which he himself and his premises clean and!, der ix. the country.. It would r Agent.'j'; .c

c they were face to face with the most, .has labored for the past week while healthful, not only for his own sake patience and tim: J .--.

serious happening of their lives, and I II the ,case has been on trial, is shown but for that of those who by force of 5- writing"of,thc\&a&- I i.

: < ._. the crisis of the long drawn out trial. I by, Crawford's. .. wan. ",face .and hollow circumstances must associate with A good exampfeis the best i, '
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I '.. Judge Worley returned. The' verdict -\checks, and the deep sunken expression -1 him. Precepts are useless if ) cha.xicterwr l ,

I ,. was. read. A sigh rose from the I of,the eyes. His mouth twitches Community cleanliness, community by our daily living* If we are s
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: i spectators, and people arose to leave.: I nervously and his hands are restlessly I sanitation, is just as much a duty every to our evil passions, how can :: it :..writb ..:

1", "Come," said the officer to the prisoner -I moved, with fingers twitching.-Mi- man owes his neighbors as to be teach our ckfttirea self-control. everything isiUe, .
: and Crawford arose to go,to the ami Herald. decent morally, for physical illness we sometimes! speak or act

H 1.: jail I|I S has a strangely intimate connectionwith truth, we cannot expect them writing.on thfcpjagtti! t
Then it Vas that Mrs. Crawford''+ + + + + + +,+ + .. + + + moral degeneracy.It truthful CD not scold; gave way to her pent up emotion, but I 1 + + is a fact that in the. past and to harsh wordy; for they wtt of. tk fcl 10 ;
&' even when' about to part with her husband I + ONION CULTURE. + a large degree in the present. law reflected. ilL your chlidtejuCHURCHES :;;..:'

I she hor feelings + I: enforced is essential S -. .,
repressed greatly. strictly to
secure
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + -
i. She sobbed softly and leaned onCrawford's I municipal sanitation. This is \tLIUILIIII + I U about theo all :
'p ,
I shoulder. The onion holds third place among .due partly to ignorance, partly to per + j- .

jJ, "It's all: right It's all right It's the truck crops grown in the United versity and indifference. Some other- .
Ill' all right," he repeated several times States. In 1908' about 14,000,000 bush wise good citizens will persist in allowing iimiiiiiii- 4 I I I I I I I I llllllllmmlmmlllllllllla. : -

{ : : in quick succession and shaking els, valued at $10,000,000, were pro- their dogs to run. at large un Baptist.

t:' hands with her, turned to accompany duced practically all of which were muzzled, and they make a fearful fuss Rev. C. M. Britton, pastor. .

f i the officer to prison. consumed in this country. In additionwe when the police interefere for the actual -: day school 9:45. a. m. t

As Crawford was about to leave annually import about 1,400,000 safety of the community. They vice, 11 o'clock; evening ; ; -
.' the court room, his pent up feelings bushels from Spain, Egypt, Bermuda, howl louder than their worthless curs o'clock. Visitors cordially
I' found expression in a low, tense vibrating and the South Sea Islands. The onionis when anyone presumes to enforce the worship with us. .3t

; utterance of murderous hate, one of the more common crops of idea that the rights of society are superior EpiscopalRev. -
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and his eyes gleamed'with ,a wild our home vegetable gardens, and it is to their own selfishness. E. 'A. Sherrod, rector. i--i
i(: frenzied light of fury. well adapted to growing commerciallyon Some of the ablest scientists in the
vices first in
:: Pointing hiS finger at one of the a small scale, very little capital being world have demonstrated that typhoid Sunday every

murdered man's brothers, who leaned required for a beginning. The fever is a germ disease, transmittedby Christian. ,'8TB: JUDICIAL ale-:

on his crutches near the door, Crawford market for onions includes practicallythe flies, yet it requires the servicesof Rev. Ernest House pastor. FLORIDA COUNTY ; .

ft.: said to Keene: entire world, and the demand fora the police to compel the screeningof es morning and night of each : GLOVER -

: "Now, I guess you are satisfied." good article continues throughoutthe earth closets. The same investiga.. and fourth Sunday of the VS.GLOVER .,

: For a moment he glared, and .thenI' entire year. I ors have proven the transmission of Presbyterian. BILL F01tDlVOiK'B 1':' -
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turned slowely and accompanied the There is nothing technical or diffi- yellow, of malaria, and other diseasesby No regular pastor. Sunday TO APPEAR -
I' deputy to jail. cult about growing onions, but close mosquitoes; they have pointed out at 10 a. m. OF FLORIDA .1 -

v ,' When Crawford and the jailer left attention and frequent cultivation are the methods of prevention, yet the Methodist shown. Greeting by affidavit: that tilt '<".

, \. the room and the spectators scattered, essential. Once the' weeds get a start plans and protests sanitarians and Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Clover is a uonresdeJIat'resides."* -
the
that
and. ;
?f,: Judge Worley and several brothers of the cost of production will be greatly health boards are disregarded by the school at 9:45, a. m. is at Climax. County '...'

1 ; c'. the prisoner held a consultation and increased, or the crop may be lost al vast majority of Floridians.The vice. at 11 o'clock:" evenine- Georgia the age, and of that twent*V**d-."/.'

1{ %; H was understood that an appeal will together., opening decades of ,the Twentieth 7:30 o'clock. Visitors ,,,:,:;'
'f t!i-: be taken as soon as the legal steps, Sandy soil, especially where under- Century have been marked ,by vited to attend. ordered Defendant considered John Glover iff .**;}'J

: !;. .- which must first be made, are taken. lain by a Veil drained clay subsoil, splendid organization and magnificenteffort S o*.before 'the, Bill 22n4 of day""s."f"'f,
This includes a motion for a new trial, are often well adapted to onions. Soils for the moral niplift of those SEABOARD TIME in default whereof a decree "

to be argued some time this week. f)f this character generally require a who need uplifting. There has beena be entered against the. ssU'.-.J1-..
, c Two witnesses 'were called to the heavy application of fertilizer before practical recognition of the fact On and after Sunday, ordered that this TelegraM notice M
Bradford County
!- ; stand by the state, when court con- they will produce a paying crop, but that morals can not be permanently 1914, trains will run as : at Stajrke in radflU'A'

--- vened for the day, to testify in rebut- the quality of the product is excellent improved while physical conditions remain No. 3, Jacksonville to .once each week for .u.'2'., ,

li tol for the state. An attempt was Onions grown on sandy soil unimproved-that the hungryman at Starke 11:02 a.m. I I have seal hereunto of our C s*. _
made to show that Crawford made are generally solid, heavy, and of ex- in ragged clothes is not likely to No. 1, Jacksonville to the(( 13th the day of May A. B.', -
statements at the inquest which did cellent keeping quality. Where sandy be or to become a devout Christian. .''';;'
at Starke, 11:14 T. WEEKS. Clerk .
p.m.
t not correspond with his testimony in soils are lacking in humus this There has been a recognition of the ByLA.WeeLt. U '
; certain material points as given dur. I may often be supplied by means of great fact of human brotherhood, but No. 15, Jacksonville to Solicitor for Cotnp. -'" ?!'

ing the trial crops of beggarweed or other forage there has not been a corresponding due at Starke 3:12 p.m. : ... .,

-. Carl Homer, clerk of the county grown upon the land and plowed under I organized effort toward increasing No. 4, Tampa to "ii.

? judge's officetestified that the testimony when it has attained its greatest the knowledge of proper sanitationor at Starke, 3:49 p.m. PETITION. -
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3 read to'the jury by the state's growth. The use of leguminous crops to arouse a sentiment for better No. 2, Tampa to Board Fla., May of 4 Public 1914 I'!.'

attorney was the identical testimony should be supplemented. by occasionaapplication healthfulnes through cleanliness at Starke, 4:54 a.m. undersigned patrons tl.- :
S,.. by Crawford, and written by Holmer No. 11 petition JOIII{ '
of 1,000 to 1,200 pounds among the same classes that need the No..14, Cedar Key to to extend our bOU4
: when Crawford testified at the in. of lime to the acre. I. uplift. due at Starke, 7:45 a.m. ; Sections! 15, U ".' 11
quest He said that at that time Bermuda onions are harvested as Good health is the basis of good I of Sections, 14. 23'anl.2f.-,
Starke and Wannee Brach.No. R. 21 E.
F Crawford refused to sign the state early as possible, generally"before the morals. You can't deny or dodge that i Cheslcy Fogtt S. D. Dubs cF.<
; ; ment. saying he would do so later. tops have become fully ripened., For fact, and the great moral uplift of 101 leaves Starke 6:45 Gl"'n.James Reynolds.L. C. Smith.E. Do'D.AIfr'*.,'*

Mr. ,Holmer stated that he is a stenographer removing bulbs from the ground a the world won't come so long as you No. 104 arrives at Starke 2: T. W. Wasdm.f .. ":-

but wrote the testimony on one-horse plow with a cutter wing attached work on any other hypothesis.' Seaboard Limited Trains 9 Secy. G.Sebell.and Sapt.i .

a typewriter, read it to the defendant is employed. The bulbs are It is a plain, hard fact that Florida No. 9, Jacksonville to

: and Mde corrections he suggested. then separated from the soil by hand, will not get into its full stride toward at, Starke ,12:51 p.m. Blood PolsonMZ
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,. When called ,to the stand by the the tops cut off with,shears, and the its greatest prosperity, until the individual No. '10, Tampa to wonderful old reliable :V'
; : state, County Judge Redmond B. onions thrown in windrows or pilesto citizen, no matter how exalt! at Starke 6:10 p.m. HEALING OH.1

;;.. c: -I: I .Gautier said that'neither he or.any dry in practically' ,.the same manneras ed or humble., shall retlize! his personaL. T. J. GRIFFIN, relieves a liniment.pain Z5C.50C.and beajf 11*
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Things That Are Happening All Over Florida think JOT: a moment that it was the : I

Moyer-child and not nail he liftedit -
As'Tbld By Our Exchanges i>'f
up did,he realize that Jt was. The
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a party work ed for nearly,an flour
:-- over the body but of no avail and at
: The '(MI"i--"ODera-,. t.1Pokeomtr A,Pensacola dispatch says: Checksfor last were compelled to give it up' and for the Hot Weather
five hundred and thousand
have decided to put down two milesof fifty the body was taken back,to the Fah- :
sand-oil-road as an experiment. dollars arrived here today fordrstributioa enstockhome and the remains I
were
'among .thei.deposiOrs'of' the
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Plans 'haft been completed for the old First,National:.Bank, beingy:40 I -percent shipped parents accompanying'to Ohio Monday thrm.'sight-Stuart, the :' What Is more refreshing and health-building dicing the

opening 'of'.the new station of the dividends ontdeposits in tthat Times.
American natknal :lifcraving rpat.Pabl institution wten it if ailed last Decem- I' long, hot summer than good;. pure bottled beet? Our
.rBeach .today. Several lives ber. The checks: were sent to receiver :
were:saved -by'"these men Jast 'year E. 'w. Goodbart; and will be Sundayafternoon Dee ""Wearther-\ brands have.a world-wide reputation for Purity 1 Quality

and their services as a protection te distributed among'the depositors tomorrow ington. town marshal of Esto, shot'' and Flavor. .
the crowds ofbathers: has become indispensable as last AS,they are called br. and almost instantly killed AndrewMixon. \I';'
.Orlando Sentinel This is the first dividend,that has ben It is said that Mr. Mixonin i
declared and there vas considerable company with another man went to '

;, While .the Greek sponging fleet .delay, as' the checks ,had.to be made Esto drinking very heavily and start- Bottled, Beer. Worth While\\ ;

from Tarpon'Sp :1gs was ,'orking in cut and signed in the comptroller'saffice ed out "bull-doze" Weafherington, '.
in Was1imgton.I who is -young man and only beenon .
the sponge fields near Key West Pabst Blue Ribbon. Jung's Red Heart
against the advice of the Key West j duty as marshal of Esto for two Bottled VeribeUBeer \ "
which refused them 'Lima beam snould or three days prior to the killing. i. Beer Pflsener Style
board of trade, I ::prove a profitable Bottled specially ,for Florida.
permission-some time ago, an angry crop for the Wauchula' section. Several stunts were pulled -off and it Known and sold the world-OVer' Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice t malts and .
crowd Friday afternoon destroyed one Mr. Vance PoD-shipped some'of these is reported that the young officer o f i Absolutely the best bottled beer for its h ops. A 'lLa l on. e. One
high '
beans to New Tork and I peace displayed an over amount of that can be quality for over, 30 great
of the boat arid-all of its itontentsCalifornid'i they sold produced. Ask any- order will you a steady c
yesterday for $6 per'hamper. The reason in the discharge of his duty, body. years. Must be good. Try it customer. j '

. the citrus of string beam n3 before he was compelled to commit
crop cucumbers'hasabout
embargo on : this horrible eed. AU the j I 1 DeL, mall___________$UO Per ease, 1 doz. small, ---.$ LOG 1 Dozen --- -----L?__ ? :1.00 s,
fruits of Florida has been lifted, and played out here, and it is surround- 5 ] 5 Dozen ____
as a result arrangemtnts are sow under just-as well, for the prices are getting ing community sympathize with the;,I .10 Dap Doz.,, small mall-------$ 6.00 Per e&1It5 doz.,small, -- $1.25 10 Dozen (1 Cask). ,i----|$4.00 1.00 .

way by -prominent ,members of quite low. Abouta carload families of both the unfortun&te'men -. -------$ 12.00 Per, cask, 10 doz.:: mall, ---$ 8.50 5 cask Lots. per ak,--_-_--_$ 7.51
the Florida Citrus Exchange to carry day sit vegetables are leaving Wau- as well as with the young marshal, ,t t

the greatest exhibit Of the Peninsula chnla'this week, composed: mostly of but we hope that this will serve as a EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE'
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state to San Francisco next year that tomatoes, with a sprinkling of peppers warning to the law breakers In and i -:
has ever been.displayed. and roasting ears. Commissionmen around Esto and that a halt will be '
say the stock of tomatoes'leav. put to so much meanness as has been

Bean shipments are on the vane ing here this season are about the going on around this burg for the BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER1'Stock f

-now, but cakes are moving at a fair ,finest In the State.-Wauchula Advocate. past'several months. We have been ;,

.date. We have>>f1en atfavored felt very reliably informed that whiskey l II,
"in regard to rain, ,as reports come is sold in open violation of the law In the most popular line of hot weather drinks : I

:from Williston ani other points that (Bartow, May .-The various com Esto which, within itself, accounts for Do not delay; stock these brands and made. Buy what you,can sell at a profit

only immediate rain will save the cropjfrom mittees elf the 4th of July cefebra- so much lawlessness. Some of the officers the end of the season made you will have the most popular stand la town and at _'
: being a faflisre.: "The ',truckm tion and barbecue for Bartow met on of the county are very negligentof a profit that will mean money in the bank. i

.seem well satisfied with the returnsT Tuesday night and perfected arrangements their duty if reports be true, and .

eived from the lean crap, and it for one of the biggest events it behooves the citizens of upper part Summer Drinks That Sell '
asserted on all sides that nrxt yearthere ever attempted in this section. There of Holmes county to stand for the \

: .. 'will be a large acreage in this will be an 'imposing automobile parade ,' rights in law enforcement Weath- NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW
Yi iDity.Dunnellon'Advocate. with prizes, brass band music, erington was exonerated at a pre bmiThe best light brew made. Less CIDER.
baseball and a number of novel races nary hearing Monday afternoon as than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled Non4Dtoxicating. Less than 2 T
The first carload of-.aterell11 ns to vith prize for the winners. Besides justifiable.-GraceviHe Advertiser special for prohibition territory.per cent alcohol Refreshing and, AU the best kinds in ;toek for

be :Shipped from Wauchula this season the feature rentioned above for As near real beer as possibJe.healthful immediate shipmenl. ,

-:will leave Utday'-and has been amusement and eating there will be Nine 10-Doz: Cask 1_ $8.50 10-Doz I
thousand acres of Everglades -- -- Cask ----________ $8.50 1C-Gaien '
sold'for three hundred and seventy- served 50 bushels! of baked sweet potatoes land will be drained by the Cypress I All Prices Kegs,"per gallon __ 60c. -

five dollars at this station. The car ; barrels trf sweet pickles, eo f- creek canal, work on*which has just are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla.' When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to' i

was loaded by Messrs. J. J. rbreail feeand ice war, 5,000 loaves of been finished by the dredge Gatun. Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles

W. W. Bateman and L B. Hancbe 10,000 wooden plates, },000 The Gatunwill now ge into Lake F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. :

and will go to El Paso, Teias. Thisis tin cups, etc., will be furnished for Mabel, just below Fort Lauderdale, to ,:

probably the highest price ever the occasion. ,Meat* will be barbecued deepen the channel which is part of CHAS. BLUM
paid for a carload of melons'Plot by experts and served on tables and the Florida East Coast Canal In .COMPANYE

Id&p: .Tfttuchula Advocate. I aU guests will ,be looked after. On order to get the dredge through it -

that day Bartow will be becominglydecoratec1 was necessary to remvoe th erailroad /aecl Over 25 Yean and
At the annual meeting of the State and there -will be plenty'of: bridge at Pompano, Monday, let the Absolutely Reliable

Association of Florida Postmasters, amusements for all. Fuller partial dredge pass and then replace the Jacksonville .
which convened in St Angustnu' the lars of the festivities -will be pub lrsh. bridge, a process which made all the Florida

firstof the week, R. S. 'Hanna was ed later:-Plant City Cwirier. trains_several hours late. More than: .

elected president of ,the association, ;:JO.UOO has been spent in digging the --
> ,and Mrs. Grace Barry Wise, of the A Pensacela dispatch says: The canal which is 12 miles long and runs at the side of the pit and in only four fa _
Jacksonville postoffice was reelecfedsecretary famous Morrell murder ease of Wash- along the township line between 48 feet of water. He carried her ashore mI -
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and trea er. The 1915 ingtoa! county has been decided by and 49 It is 25 feet wide at the bot- and a frantic struggle for resuscita"-

meeting win be at Live Oak. the supreme court of Florida, with result tom and about 12 feet deep on the tion began. One motorcycle rider, When Your? Blood Is Right "as!
that C. G. Bonner and his Laurie
two average. Work was begun on it November Yonge, drove his machine toOcala"
A few years ago a man started to sons will be ., ,
compelled to serve life 1, 1912. The Johnson com. t eighteen miles, in twenty
make cigars in Orlando. He secured terms in penitentiary, thus ending a any has the contract for deepeningthe minutes, after a doctor and the phy-
a popular local name for his leading murder case: which for many months east coast canal to five and one- sician returned over the same roadin Your Whole Is
brand and did all the work himself. was a mystery to the Florida officers half feet below mean low tide, and twenty-five more. In the meantime System Right

Later fie, secured tile help of one galrtoday and which finally terminated in the work will begin from New Smyrna another physician nearby cameo .

he is employing seventy arrest of Bonner and his two sons, south and from Lake Mabel north. the help of the young woman's

hands, Has a weekly payroll of over who were convicted purely upon circumstantial When completed, the suction dredge, friends, but all their work was in I

31,000, and is soon to move into a evidence. Thomas Mer- u1ebra, now nearly constructed and vain. She was in the water less than It You Have Any Blood or Skin Diseas Do Not '
larger quarters. What has been done roll was murdered late one afternoon in the shipyards at Fort Lauderdalewill ten minutes and the doctors say her

in Orlando. can be done in a hundredother as he was going to.his home in a remote be put on the job. The Gatun, a heart must have been weak. Her Delay Until It Is Too Late, But Order -

Florida towns.-DeLand News. country section. He was shot dipper dredge, will do the rock work body was lifted into the baggage car .

r from ambush with a rifle and shot gun on the lower end. It is hoped that and the picnickers, stricken silent TODAY
The Florida watermelon crop is be.ginning and no one heard the shots or saw the chancel through Lake Mabel, with sadness', returned home. Mrs.

to move, carrying joy to our the murder, neither was anyone aware which is a tortuous one, will be marked Grubbs was only a girl, about 18 .
northern friends and bringing back of a dispute which had arisen between I by the government when the work years old. She was a Miss Flandersand THE I '
shekels cious to our growers. May the lus the Bonners and MorrelL After the of deepening and straightening it ire s had been married only a few HOT SPRIN6S REMEDY

fold product prosper in this two- murder Bonner and his two sons finished, for at present, navigators months. ,
minion of beneficence and es turned home by a circuitous route and report it exceedingly difficult to find.

Oil tablish itself in this class alongside the fact alone gave to the officers the -Lake Worth Herald. The first full cars of cucumbers was A Complete and Positive Remedy for :
oranges and strawberries. Lake clue which resulted in the i
convictionand from Live
shipped Oak last Thursday M
land -
is a
this SYPHILIS
year one of the centers ECZEMA
ty movement of life sentence. An Ocala dispatch says: The by the Suwannee River Truck ERYSIPELAS, ACNE, .
one of the I
handlers of melons biggest drowning[ of Mrs. William Grubbs, in Growers Association, which since that MALARIA, RHEUMATISM
jaarters here establishing head- Yesterday afternoon Bessie May Lake Weir, near East Lake Thursday time has shipped nine more cars. In I
big crops in ,this and there being many Gardner, five years old, fell in the afternoon, made a tragic sequel addition to these six or seven cars And All Other Forms'of Blood and Skin Disease
,Telegram. vicinity.-Lakcland water at North Beach, and would have to the Ocala Sunday School picnic have been 'shipped by other parties. I,I
drowned had it not been for prompt The Sunday schools of Ocala joined Several cars are now being shipped I, I

W. H. //Towles action of two boys, who plunged in in their annual union picnic at Lake every day and unless the dry weather : Hot '
Ws morning that brought a wild cat and brought the little girl to safety. Weir today. Some 300 children with continues the shipments will soon be I: Springs Physicians Pronounce This the Greatest, : t .

e It.was had been shot near Witnesses state the action of the boyswas many older people, left Ocala on a much heavier. A rain at this time is Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Market
Iaoan in' the displayed fpr a few ,heroic in the ,extreme, and they boast'Line special at 8 o'clock in theI badly needed, but so far the vines I i I
*tttraeted lobby of the postoffice, both deserve the Carnegie medaL The I morning. The train reached the lake have not been damaged, except in a I, !
much attention. The little girl daughter: of Chief of Police : about few instances where I *
acimal 8:30 o'clock and the day passed they were too !
: was ,
.ho is engaged killed in by J, C. Walker, Whitmore Gardner and Mrs. Card most pleasantly with boating, swimming heavily fertilized.-Live Oak Demoi i i Full Course Treatment, Three
digging a ditch ner, was od the beach
playing, and and era t.
for the a big basket dinner among
Walker has county in that vicinity. Mr. wandering out on the breakwater, : the trees by the lake. Some of the Bottles 1250. Single
a number
of dogs and the fell overboard. Laurice 'I ,
wild cat was Carter, 15 young folks were, careless and there -United States deputies'last week I
run down
by them and old, and Gilbert ,
years
Roberts
12
then shot by Mr. Walker. Mr. were two or three narrow escapes located three whiskey stills in the, I Bottle $5.00
'9I1a out at his place in his Towles years old, were standing within a few from drowning during the day. The Fairfield 'section of Marion \county. I .

'the tUne of the capture and machine at feet shoes o fthe child, and with clothes and fatal accident took place about fouro'clock The stills and whiskey were confiscated ':, I We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease -
broughtI =
on plunged
overboard
and
af I
and when the and
cat in for picnickers were the negro "moonshiners"
( exhibition. cap i I
,Press, -Ft, Myers ter a struggle brought little BessieMay making ready to return. Mrs. Grubbs ture : :,
to shallow water and safety. and .
a number of her friends were on j
I- Sue prominent' Both the chief and Mrs. Gardner' desire some logs in shallow water by the A good old Bradford county preacher ; I I Write Us Your Troubles. All Correspondence Private
wealthy
men, worth to
r at.feast $ .oooOOO all ; publicly thank the boys for shore. Mrs Grubbs slipped and fell once said in a sermon: "Brethren 'iI
',"ought Stone mountain together, have their their heroism and assure them that The water was so shallow at that and sisters: If you are going to be a I; I Hot Springs Medicine Co.
:Jtont containing brave action will be ever cherished point that the people near her at man, be a man; if you are going to be i ,

.1 is.seventy They acres whl build on beautiful a handsome Lake Journal.in their, hearts. Key West first laughed, thinking she would only] a doctor, be a doctor; if you are going I i .1 827 1-2 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Arkansas

.: clubhouse and six modern have a ducking. But, unknown to the to be a lawyer, be a lawyer; and, I }I

dene**. They will in picnickers, there was a deep hole] brethren and sisters, if you are go .
put Last
tad* an electric water'brka Sunday a most distressing accident just where the girl slipped and she ing to be a preacher, be a h-l ofa
I bufld '''wide, light plant and occurred at Peck's Lake, which went right into it. When her head reappeared preacher." Sound doctrine. A HOTEL YOU WOULD UKE YOJIK FAMILY TO STOP AT r-I
-' hard-surfaced road, i is but a few miles from Stuart. The .
leading she could
out to the only give one
I Ty wfll Dot main thoroughfare. families of Kirby Smith and P. W,: strangled scream and went under a- Telegraph $1.50 a year. WINDLE ,HOTELThe r
spare any means to Moyer and also Fahenstock and Josh
"Sfy the gain. Scores of men and boy most delightful
family and commercial hotel in the
grounds.
It eity. Just
I will be the ua Smith went to the lake for a picnic into the your headiaarters while on a shopping tour or tM plus to make
water
sprang curia'sortf.
e beautiful at once, but Tatted in the
heart 6f
spot in this section t Malaria Chills &Fever shopping and theatre district.: Cool, foruble
and com
8toDe mountain stands as to spend the day and to havea among the logs and mud it was minutes or I ular price Worthy of your patronage and all modern eonunuace at pop. sa
t right on the good time. Mr. and _.
22** Lake IIarris Mrs. Moyer before they could find the drowning Prescription No.666 is prepared especially ,JACKSONVILLE
f : bluff
on a took their FLORIDA
some
two children .
along and the girL She ...
'J ieet high. These must have struggledout MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. ,
:
q Ratiaeat in men are all youngest named Barbara, aged eighteen of'the hole, for after several minutes' Five or ii dotes will break toy caw aDd
their sections.-Lee* months, wandered off to the lake l( if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not
..,. note in Tunes-Union. and in : search, Rev. Bunyan Stephens return. It acts en the liver bettybody than 'Yeary
1 some way fell in and was; the Baptist preacher, found her Calomel and does not gripe or ricken. 2Se The Telegraph $1.50 Per
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A GOOD TOWN. \ I I I roll of Libby and Andersonvflle, but W. C. T. U. PROGRAM. HELP THIS CAUSE.

IrisrdCSityTeI a'k ;' Here are some words from EdwardK. few of them know, as does the south- The W. c. T. U. will meet in the I The Woman's. Christian

K that the death'roll of southern Methodist church Monday afternoon; '
Graham in' Harper, Weekly that erner, ance Union has a

Local aid Loaf Distance Phone are in, such thorough accord with the prisoners of war in northern prisonswaS June 8, at 3:30 o'clock. Subject: diers, and sailors.

N..II 40p doctrines of city building advanced by almost is great, relatively. "Flower Missions. Leader, Mrs. The state superintendent has

this newspaper from time to time that I An explanation of the fearful death Frank Colley. All members are re- an urgent call,for aid in sup ;

resist reprinting them rate ''among the prisoners of war on quested ,to attend and bring flowers our soldier boys at Ft. Dade'(
entered aseomd we cannot
PBUiahed weekly, and both sides which is creditable and delicacies for the sick and
"We do'not ask for the biggest more needy. with comfort bags the cost of
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clam Matter at the pott-office to sire: military authorities of, both Following is given the : '
town or the richest town, so that the program is less than one dollar. The
JMi at SUrke, Florida. people at the top Can have enough parties than the accepted traditions, Song, "Work For the Night is Com- Starke had a pelt in i .

Editor and.Owner money to stop work. We do ask for was given by the late Dr. S. Weir iarPrayer. battleship Florida boys with

E. 8. Matthew, to'know what the Mitchell, in an address shortly before bags, we not do as well
., Associate Editor, wisdom enough permanent may .
F. E. Robbiu, __ his death, the substance of which is Roll call answered with Flower boys at the fort 'who be
good ,
Manage/ and progressively may .
F and Buriaeu I thinga'O work'for are, the civic will recalled by the Army and Navy Jour- Mission Quotations. into service any day? I ; :

Friday, June 5t 19M to work for .thetl :and ,thematerial:;' nal.As Department Quiz. My plea, in taking up this .
Florida,
Starke, "prosperity to put !wheels under them a surgeon in the army' he had Why a Flower MiSsion;-Mrs. Freeman work, toj every woman and i ; >-
occasion to inspect Fort Delaware .'
-l make themgo. *- Starke who.js interested in.,
Will mediation mediate 1y: rig f f 1 y\. .r : ; ; during the of the He Solo "Just A Little "
1 "What we have learned is that it is progress war. Bit of Love, ism, is to begin at once and

I-- i' even as: wise to. work, together for a good I['says that the Confederate prisoners Mrs. J. E. Futch. place a few dozen bags at the !

t Some menean't succeed place live-a. good town in a good I[were given facilities for bathing and Posey Poems, Eugene Matthewsand _We will all get together soon :! ,z
IiM. i were well fed but "the mortality however Russell Daniels. : ;
And the work meanwhile
county, in a good state. we mean plans
to live both was frightful, and the men were The Blossoms of the Beatitudes, furnished ;
the die by a good place a place anyone requesting
in
Hnerta can find help dying at the rate of eight or ten a day Mrs. Rape. :
to make a good living and to live a I Below'is a partial list. of

tionary.--. good life-good money, good water, when I visited the island." He saw A Flower' Messenger, Lucile Mitchell. tents of the bags: ; : '

streets schools good in the fact an explanation of the ter- Scissors thread buttons j ,f
out of good good ,
{ McRae sure took the Apple churcheS: A good place to live is a rible mortality of the: northern pris- The Story of Jennie Cassiday, Mrs. pins, court plasters, bandages,

A Appleyard. place to invest money and get bigger oners in Libby and Andersonville, Chancey and Mrs. WitkovskLSolo ment, song book, reading i

No woman suffers more than her returns, and t' oinvest life and get "for a large proportion of the men I Florence Andrews. a long letter. If you.will not : .
F saw came into our hands diseased and White Ribbon Benediction. '
can tell. bigger returns. a bag complete, do what you ..- --
tongue
"Whatever promotes the material suffering from insufficient diet, malaria MRS. A. H. : '

Many people die as they live- welfare of the largest number of pea I and acute ,dysentery, and hence TEACHERS' EXAMINATIONS. .

without any exertion. ple is an essential of good govern- the mortality was very gr' at." The state uniform examinationsfor RESOLUTIONS.Since iF

14 .-r ment as it is of good education and of The fact that these prisoners' were teachers in Bradford county are Profs. Draper and .

Huerta is as obstinate about fallingas good religion. Good citizenship is nota in such shape when captured affordedto being held here this week by County and Mss; ROierd have so' :; .

Lincoln Beachey. fierce struggle in our business to, Dr, Mitchell proof of the justice of Superintendent F. G. Schell, assistedby tried to. prepare us for the

i .-- take all the other fellow has and then the Confederate claim that the sufferings Prof. Chesley Fogg and 1i fr. L. W. teacher's examination; y

Some of the campaign speeches endow a school and church for him to of the prisoners in their Kickliter. Following is a list of the Since they t.an. so I 'j

were sound-nothing more. hands were th,:! result of povetry- applicants for certificates:
go to for consolation. Big men in :sided us day'and night du :

kk Stockton can now> say he would business are more and more comingto stricken conditions, from which the White: Landon Green, Berta Green, past few months; ]

rather be right than senator. discover the value of profitsharing soldiers suffered in corresponding de- Louis Taylor, 0. A. Mizelle, Lonnie Since they have so : :'

and co-operation between all fac- gree. Futch, Bessie McGruder, Myrtle Ha- wisely enabled us to pursue |

A hog is a hog because he was bornso tors, even in business itself; and for- Complicated with all of this, on zen, Mamie: Lamb, Beatrice Crosby, ferent studies; I

bat why are some men hogs? tunate will b: th community whichxtends both sides, was the entire absence .of Eunice Hazen, Olga Ward Julia An- Since they helped to get us "

t _' e to every detail of its economic any exact knowledge of sanitation, as derson, Hoke Smith, Idall Sapp, Leavy in the pursuance of the -

Abe ''Martin says-Mexican presi- life that same doctrine of fraternal it is now upnderst .-Seattle Post- Harris, Ruth Young, A.. 'J. Thomas, are so essential to a true

dents alus resigns with their boots on. co-operation which gave us democratic Intelligencer. Beatrice Alderman, Gertrude Thomas, Since they have so :

.- government and the Christian Mae: McKinney, Moore Parker, Houston conscientiously expended their !

A football star was killed while religion." RAISE PORK AND BEEF. Goff, Lois Kelly, Eliza Blount, J. gies, time and labor to better ; .

e e'' ,1 tackling a lion ,The. lion will recover. Witk the city, as with the individual We are sending millions to the L. Scotten, R. B. Goff, Ada Aime, for our future lives; we offer

there can be no piVsperity worth northern states every year to pay for Minnie Hodges, Ruby Dekle, Julian lowing resolutions:
volume of talk !
There is a greater Falls' while that is not based on order, equi- pork products, dairy products and Colluin, Truby Pinholster. Be it resolved by the Lake

1 than water flowing at Niagara ty and a sincere devotion to the com beef. This money shouldbe kept at Colored: A. C. Kelly, Daisy Hill, Normal' Class-

now.. _. mon good. A good town implies a home and depcsited In our banks until Alex Kinsey, Josie Kedes, Jacob Kel- That we offer oar mot
they are overflowing and the rate ler, E. E. SnelL C. E. Kelly. !
A sign in a local pressing club town that is rounded .out. equally in thanks to them;
says: "Bad credit U dead and bad pay all desirable phases. of interest lowered to, say, six per- A list of the successful applicantswill *. Resolved further, That as w

killed him.' centbecause of the abundance of mon- be printed in the Telegraph later. and all, bearingloving and

I COUNTRY STORES TfOT HURT. ey. Then we will have the necessary be-forgotten remembrances to

Rain does not always fall upon the While the long fight for the parcel money to build good roads, to pay SURPRISE PARTY.A Draper and Williams and Miss

just. Texas is flooded and Florida post was waging there was alwaysone good teachers better salaries to teach number of the young friends of we kindly and truly ask them

needs rain. stock_ argument in opposition.That longer terms, to improve our farms Miss Kathleen Alvarez gave a sur least remember us a

t ; was the damage that would be and to build comfortable homes and prise party in her honor at her homeon dividually as students of the .

The Gnat Bryan primary law worked done to the country stores. It was put telephones and libraries in them. Walnut street Tuesday evening. Butler Normal Class. '

satsifactorily for the candidates also felt ,by many merchants that it Then our boys and girls will stay on Games were played until 9:30 Eliza Blount, Eva Fielding :

: who were elected. vould drain the life blood out of retailers the farm, and we will behold prosper- o'clock when all the party went to nit Malphurs, Lois Kelly, :

\ in trade in towns of some size. ity in every department of the com- Mitchell's Drug Store and partook of Green, Julia Anderson, Mae

We are not afraid ,of the coming The last bulletin of the National mercial world. refreshments, after which they all returned Marie Parker, Ruby Deyle,

t summer season. It can't .get any Association of Credit Men containsthe The south has an pverwhetming to the Alvarez home and made Greene, Lonnie Futch, Lewis j

hotter than it is row. result of. an investigation into advantage over every other section merry until a late hour. Russell Goff, Othoe Mizell,

this question. One of the questions in live stock raising. Those present were: Misses Kathleen Smith, Hinton Goff, Carl Scaff. _

Scientists say the earth is drying asked "Are stores suffering The days of the tick are numbered.The and Aileen Alvarez, Florence Ca- .
was: country :
up. The part of the earth called from the aggressiveness of the last tick will be destroyed in a nova, Florence Matthews, Anna Ca- COMMENDATIONS. l&f .

Florida certainly is.. mail order houses?" This and other few years, and then the south< will nova, Agnes Gardiner, Mabel Colley; We have in Starke as good < :: '

coat questions were sent to wholesale deal- adopt a permanent system of. agricul- Messrs.: George White, Walter Gra press agent as there is in the

It is a good idea to wear a and ers. If the cross loads and small city ture promising prosperity\ to present ham, Drayton Colley, Radney Turner, and just as fine a freight ee

4 a vest occasionally this hot,weather. man is growing, the sales mnaagerfor population and posterity. Florida Rawson Davis, Jim Kickliter, Allen need. We have one of the
They feel so good when you take them Grower. Canova.
cellent .
the jobber hears it quickly enough. C photographers in the

,.ff. The questions brought out no sen- STEW OFFICERS. suppose, and one of the most
S Slit Skirt Sadie in the
Sunday
timent the retailers that the says young lawyers in the United
of
among
into the House .
went
L'Engle Times-Union that if the oldfashionedgirl J. J. Dickison Camp, No. 1617, U.
wheels. parcel post .was' hurting them. But leaving out Lawyer Palmer of
Representatives recently on who wore homespun dresses C. V., held their annual meeting at (
\a. the there was a general feeling that the pa, who (is the cream of the
He.will out beat spring ;
come walked down Main street today she the courthouse Wednesday and elected Our
burdensome I county judge cannot be
new system removes a
same way. I expense. would not be noticed. Sadie is wrong. officers for the coming year as follows and our clerk of the court 1

The 0. F. G. would be noticed more : i
Dogs and other animals appear almost The extent of the tax imposed by be replaced without putting the ;
than anybody else, especially by Sadie W. T Weeks, captain commander.
snarl ty to some study and
human at times. They the former heavy express charges was .
.r and the other John Croft first lieutenant.S. i
women. ,
and snap and tight sometimes like human not realized. It came in driblets. It banker, Mr., Matthews, has ; "
S. Proctor
second lieutenant.
i beings.. was a quarter here, half a dollar there Wilson insists that Huerta shall not J. M. Rimes, third lieutenant. feeling for the business :
tOOj' '- and a dollar somewhere else. A good the state and makes everything
be
candidate
a for
again the
presidency S. F. Morgan utant.
; would tell each 1
U engaged couples deal of the time it was charged up to of Mexico. ant for our citizens. ,
:' Hnerta can get W. M. Tison treasurer
,
other the truth before marriage as the consumer. No doubt there SUBURBAN ; _
I. were even in 1916 by objecting to Wilson L. W. Kickliter :
would chaplain.F. .
;', they do after marriage, there many circumstances under which the ) .
candidate.
as a
be no marriages.: retailer felt he had to pay it to satisfy C. Haislop, sergeant major.D. CEMETERY CLEANING.Don't
J. Byrd, vidette.
It. his customer.In Without life for fourteen minutes forget the cemetery
I i 4 "Where Do Pins Go!" says a newspaper L. U. Morgan, color sergeantJOHNSONHOBBY. at
the long the after Crosby cemetery next
: t.'" beading. They go where youdont run change may birth a baby in Washington, D. :
I :' prove a good thing for the express C., was made to breathe by the appli I June 10. Come early. Bring
want them to go if you sit downf I
f' companies. Under the old regime, cation of a pulmotor, and is now normal II I and tools and stay all day. : :
them by mistake. Sir. J. F. Johnson member of the
f F. they could not have possibly considered of rain the work will' be
firm of Johnson & Anderson and Miss : "
until Wednesday June
J .:' Roosevelt must have found Brazilian themselves popular. Now theyare 17.
.. Humor is not Neta Hobby, of Hampton, were uni .
,J. after being advertising their claims and rates. appreciated in Rus
monkeys really palatable
I .. The sia when it is directed ted in marriage Sunday afternoon at A man under forty caught
I ; compelled to eat that old hat he moment a corporation' shows itself against officialdom
''; ,4 t\ threw into the political ring in 1912. anxious to please and get busi and the Mark Twain of Russia 3:30 o'clock at the residence of R> v. ing opium in China is shot.
that has been exiled and W. F. MaIphurs"Rev.: Malphurs performing under forty caught drinking' 1
f- ness, moment it has laid the his books con i
I S fiscated. the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. in the United States is only
!. The.paragrapher on the CincinnatiEnquirer foundation for popular favor. I .
says the longer he lives the Retail merchants, of course, must Johnson have already gone to house : -Times-Union.

,:.}' i k' more firmly he is convinced that Noah realize more work is going to be done If you have not taken your regularspring keeping. in Starke, and they have the i
tf: bath best wishes of their friends for MASTER'S SALE.
yet, might well many
more one' mail orders you as
had than pair of jackassesin by sent to stores near Notice is hereby given that under

the ark. home. They must by advertising keep wait till fall and take your springbath their future happiness.. and virtue rendered of a final June decree 3rd. of 1914 by <

their goods before the outlying farm and fall bath at the same time. of the Circuit Court of the Eighth
REVIVAL AT GRAHAM. Circuit of Florida in and
z for
- editors in the state to
} Many
seem ers of their territory, or their rival county, in chancery in favor of
r be losing sleep because everybody in around the corner will get it It is not a bad idea for a man to Evangelist Ernest House, pastor of Hodges Hoffman and her husband. R. I
be bossed by his wife occasionally. the Christian church at Starke, will man, and W. B. Harvard, e
the United States doesn't migrate to against Ethalena Campbell and her
Florida. Wouldn't 100,000,000 addi DEATHS IN MILITARY PRISONS. She seldom advises him to do any*, begin a revival meeting for the Chris E.will T.offer Campbell for sale, defendants before the, the I I

3 tional population crowd us a little? There was nothing in the whole thing that will get him into trouble. tian church at Graham next Monday at Starke, Florida, during the legal
night. The meeting will continue for sale on Monday July 6th, 1914, t
record of the great "war of the est and best bidder for cash, the
t' A New Jersey board of health saysbathing rebellion If you want to know when it rained several nights and if his work at that described real estate lying and being (
as it is called in the north town of SUrke of
County Bradford,
last in Starke ask
; in a menace to health and some of the oldest point is similar to the work he did Florida to-wit:
or the "war between the
:
cotrjril It is not particularly dan- states, as inhabitants. We can't remember thatfar at Starke this spring this revival will Lots One, Two Three and Four <
the south prefers to characterize it, One of J. G. Alvarez Addition to
back.
gerop when indulged in as sparingly t be an interesting and profitable one.CANNING of Starke, Section Twenty-eight
which created bitterness .
K greater than S t Six. South of Range Twenty-two
as Ifcfe by the individual J
average A. S. CREWS,
the charges and countercharges madeon No wonder it is hot here now. The Special Master in

1! It was a long lane, but it turned for both sides of the cruel treatmentof 'Starke Ice Co. is shpiping ice out of Mrs. Nina DEMONSTRATIONS.I, I:, June A. Z.5-St.Adkins, Solicitor for ;

} Senator H. H. McCreary, who has prisoners of war. The ordinaryman town every day. will hold canning demonstrations at
of northern birth and environ MASTERS ; l
the school houses SALE.
served Alachua county in the state following : ,
ment has heard The man of few words Notice is hereby given that under
of the is
ti senate ably for many years. He was enormous death a wise Brooker, June 11, 1914. virtue of a final decree of '
i man if he doesn't and rendered June 3rd 1914. by
the few
use too of
,. E '" defeated Tuesday by R. G. Roland. New River, June 12, 1914.vine of the Circuit Court of the Eighth
l I ten.. Hill June 13 1914- Circuit of Florida, in and for
iv, Deafness Cannot Be Curedby I county, in chancery, in favor of 0. L.
4 \ John N. C. Stockton has realized Let everyone interested in canningbe and against L. C. Smith and Lilla
local applications, as they Roosevelt made Taft presidentand his wife, defendants, the undersigned *
his ambition to do
worth
something ; reach the diseased portion of the ear Woodrow Wilson present with the vegetables they far for sale before the courthouse
while for the people of Florida by not There U only one way to cure deafness made him ex- want canned. Starke. Florida, during the legal
and that Is by constitutional president. sale
remedies. on Monday July 6th, 1914 to
t going to the United States Senate. P. Deafness la caused by an inflamed condition .- est and best bidder for cash the
S. This written week of the mucous lining of the Eustachian I described real estate lying sad being
was a before CHURCH NOTICE. !
Tube.
When this tube is inflamed An exchange says Huerta wears town of Raiford, County of
} the election., you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect Rev. R. E. Davis, of Alachua, will of Florida, to-wit: I
,
hearing, and glasses and
when It is entirely closed. empties glasses. Commencing at the South-east
.
Deafness U the result and unless the t n- 1 fill his regular appointment at Pine the South-east quarter of the
d One of the English suffragettes flammation can be taken out condittothi I I Grove quarter of the North-east quarter, i
tube Don't Congregational Methodist
restored to its normal angels wear anything but ning North 210 feet for a point of
suggests that kisses be tried to win hearing will be destroyed forever nine
; halos? church near Elarbee on the second thence running West 210 feet;
fi the ballot instead of the rough methods cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh 219 feet; thence East 210 feet;
which
is nothing but an inflamed condition Sunday and Saturday night before in 210 feet to the place of beginning of ;
they have employed heretofore. ..of the mucous surfaces. The 18. Township 5, South of Range 21
W supreme court has June.
UlgivOnolInndi* Who wouldn't a club bomb Pmfoeu(cansed by caurrlf)toat : rDa I One Acre more or less
prefer or e0o
Baal Pi'f. Send for circulars,tree.f. ) local option result in Dade and the attend. Come out and hear that grand r UJbe appuitenaaees thereunto M
ev than a kiss from one of those .J.CHESST.*00,Toltto,Obta. county is A. a CREWS ;;
bold h DrSgelsts'ZSe. now legally dry. We said old man talk. The Great Spirit hath Special Master-fa
'F ftyed amazons. ? d-I(l t' a.naui''a&urastorcooengatls, f "lE'gallY.Tampa Tribune. sent him. ;; '. June A.. Z..6-5t.Adkins Solicitor for \-'

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Mr. Frank Burnsod, who is .
III now a Bums
D4rs.'S J.
and daughter,
t It ) LocalInformation. special railroad detective in Jackson- Miss Ollie, of Malvern, Ark., returned ,r

. 'Bitsf. :ville, spent Sunday and Monday,,here ]home_last Wednesday-after a visit II Springs
. t with his wife, who is visiting the
Of several
weeks with her brother,
I :Burnsed family.
X I Mr. S. F. Morgan. This was the first

I Mr. C.-.G.' Holland has moved his meeting of Mr, Morgan and his sister J +4444444+.+++ 11'1"11'11"1 ++4"444444i1 11 i'i' F +
I II I for ,+
C.b O...f..f., 1I.n..u .dr T !I family from Indianapolis to Starke thirty years. Mrs. Bums was + +
.J J'\ yw.. M ...C.u4'MIl r... I i I and they are occupying the Duncan I'[t greatly pleased with this section,and i The 4 1
A.
D. Andrews
will
souse 'on Walnut street,. now owned probably locate here in the nearfatur.e. Mercantile '
] by Mr.N. T. Ritch.The I II < > 4
j I. Company of Raiford *
have
secured
Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. Born Thursday, June 4, to Mr. and best hosiery Dover's. 5292t.I j I Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E.. Wilson enter- 1

Mrs..R. S. Fernandez'a girl I I i tained a few friends at a dinner party location the 4 -
Mr. J. S.'.Griner, of Brooklyn wu Sir 'J. C., Peppell came' up furs last 1 Thursday evening in honor of at Springs a GeneralStore ski
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Jn"town-Monday. Born Wednesday, June 3, to Mr, Miss Laura !
.Gain esville Tuesday to cast his vote Wildie Roan, of Houston;

Mrs. B. W. Hodges was. a visitor and Mrs. :E. If. Thomas. ..", ari'relevenpound i in the primary election. Mr. Poppell Muwill ,., and Miss:: Armorie Ellison, of and will commence the erection ..:;
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I boy become a resident of Starkeagain Montpelier, Miss., who have been visiting I' : : 5

to Starke Friday., American fence.<$ If quality and not about June 20. I relatives in this city for several/ of a two-story building for 'theirbusiness i '

Telegraph $L50 per year. quantity counts, you will buy American weeks. Among the invited guests .

fence. Law prices. DeWitt C Among those from Starke who at- were: Misses Roan and Ellison and : at once
and
rubbers jelly
Fruit jars, caps, Jones. tend ed the convention of Christian Miss Ottie Gray; Messrs. Bert Wall, + .
J. F; Kickliter, 652t. + 4 .
churches at Theressa Lather
I were Miss Mao- Powell and Morgan Darby. +
County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, mi Hill, Miss Addie Baisden + ,
.Mr. J. V. Jones, of Hampton, was a Mrs. 4
of Lake Butler, was in Starke on official Flora Wills and Mrs. A. E. Moitt Largest stock of dry goods in town + +
to Starke Monday. Others
.visitor will '
business Monday. at Stump's.Mr. :' follow and : ]

AD kinds of embroidery at Stump's. Sixteen cases new goods just arrived 4
'Mr. John Browning had his wrist at Stump's. A. H. Prince, who has been employed I Heilbronn Springs will :

our R. J. Andrews, of Lake Cutler I fractured Sunday morning by being on the new Bradford -County

:was in Starke Monday. I thrown out of a.buggy. Mr. and Mrs. Charlton B. Hall and Bank for several weeks, left for his build up very rapidly -1

little nephew, of New Orleans, have home at Dover, Del,' Monday. Mr. t
:Mr.-and Mrs. J. R. Dover visited High quality and low prices. The returned from a tour of the west Prince likes Florida and says 'he +

relatives in Hampton Sunday. best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones.Mrs. They visited Denver, Colo, and San thinks it has a great future. He says + +

'SUMMERHave your house .I Robert Lockhart and little Francisco and Los Angeles, Cal. we don't know what mosquitoes are i If you want a lot or small farm, buy *+

daughter, of Haines City, visited here. He asserts that there are mosquitoes 4
screened. Jones', Hardware.Mr. ,Major Hans Austin'was in Gaines-
+
friendS in Starke this week.. ville Tuesday and Wednesday to be in Delaware and New Jerseyas .} at once and get first prices. 4
M. L. McKinney, of Lake Butler big as snipes. 4 ;
Judge J.T. Willis, of Gainesville, examined for an increase of pensionfor :+; II II'II. ********* +
in Starke Monday. i ic I1111111 I111 ) 14444444*
was ****
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|, was is Starke //Tuesday for the pur- disabilities contracted during the A lady stepped into the Telegraph +
4 I + .
(Prof. S. A. DraI'er'of Lake Butler, peso of casting his ballot.* .1 Spanish-American; war. Here's hop office one day 'this week and handed

;'was a visitor to Starke Monday. I' in!,. us two or three interesting personal] I II W.E. DAVIS owner STARKE LA. | r.
'Water coolers and, ice cream freezers items of news and apologized for haw, ,
Let us screen you. QUIGLEY Jones' Hardware. Hosiery in all the popular colors. ing so little to bring. We assured
Dover's.! +111 1111444444444111111111 Id 1111444444444 :
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 5-29-2t her that ._ W44444. >
Mr. J. Hampton Jones, of no apology was necessary i

Mr. T. G. Futch, of Lake Butler, ville, was here Tuesday to JacksonTh e ladies of St. Mark's Guild win and that we appreciated every singlejtem 4444444444444444444

visited the county seat Monday.Hon. vote in the primary election. hold a cake sale at A. M. Darby's that was brought in, sent in or 4 FOR .SALE-60-inch roll:' desk

store Saturday afternoon, June 6. A phoned in. Printing news is the principle + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 practically as good a*,. raw. Will

A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, Mrs. F. C. Hollingsworth'visited tempting variety of cakes will be on business of a newspaper, and it 4 4 be sold at about hafeiis original

i visited, the county seat Monday. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cee- sale and special orders for cakes will is the ambition of the publisher of ++++++++++++++++++4 cost. Bank' of Stark ...,tarke Fla.5292t .
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lon, in Gainesville this week. be fiDed. every newspaper to publish all the FOR SALE-The Cook place, on : .. 4.
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kinds .
New,goods of all at Stump's.Mrs. .
news if he can get it, but he cannot Kingsley lake, house furnished, Kby

J. T. Lipham, of ,Lloyd, F1a., BOSS OVENS-See your cake bake Miss Laura Wildie Roan, of Houston get it all unless he has the cooperation boat house, two boats and bath WANTED-Tobacco sal smen. Earn ,
Jones' ,Hardware.Mr. .
visited relatives here this week. Miss., and Miss Armorie-Ellison, of all the people in his territory. house. F. A. Fisher, 1907 River $100 monthly. Expeoas Experience -* =

John Rigdon, who lives four of Montpelier, Miss, who were the Do n't think the news you know is.unimportant side Ave., Jacksonville.Fla. 654t. unnecessary. Aivertise; and
t )Ir. E. B. BJgdon and family, ofLawtey miles northwest of town, is remodeling guests of their cousin, Mrs. A. V. All news is important, like; orders from merchants': for

: were Starke. Monday. and improving his residence. Long, for several weeks, left for their and we want it, and we appreciatethe FOR SALE-Farm of 19 acres at smoking and chewing tobacco, cig- .

Slippers of all kinds at Stump's.Mr. homes Monday. help of our friend in helping us Theressa, near depot, 6-room house arettes, cigars, etc. SeJa'2 cent ,. s
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Robinson are to gather it. 'and stamp for full particulars. '
other Hemet '
famous buildings; cheap if sold : .
Woolseys No
J. L. Stalsby, of Lawtey, transacted now occupying an apartment at the made. paints. better soon. T. L. Sullivan, Theressa, Tobacco Co., Now York, N.Y.' 6510t t
: business in Starke Monday. home of Dr. and Mrs. E. fT. Camp- QUIGLEY LUMBER & Mr. T. J. Griffin's many friends enjoyed Florida. t__
May 29.2 t.
bell SUPPLY CO. a little fun at his expense Sun- 1 s

'Hon. T.: W. Fielding, of Gainesville, day. Some camp cars were standing To Care a Cold in Oni!Day -
\'u in Starke on business Monday. I Hnve a sleeping porch this summer H. L. Gray, the sa\nnill operator of the sidetrack west of the depot Ion W WANTED families to. keep cool fake LAXATIVE BROMO Quii;ae:r/stop the !
Let us quote you. QUIGLEY Raleigh, was in the city yesterday.Mr. Mr. Griffin this summer. Write for apartments.Box Druggists Coup and Headache and works ell the Cold :
noticed smoke refund
;Glass towel bars at 40e and 50c at: the QUIGLEY LUMBER t SUPPLY Gray has purchased the S. M. the top of one of the cars. issuing and thoughtit from 223, Daytona Beach, Fla. 652t Eo W. GROVE'S l money gnatvoe if an it cash iaLa boa.tMf to. cure fit:
LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO. CO. Davis home on East Main Street, ,
gas a freight car on fire. He haste .
north, and will move his he .
family
Mr. M. E. Moody, of Plant City, Rev: J. F.. Edwards, of Jacksonville next week from Starke. They will tilly summoned some of the boys ....................................... ....." ...4. .5f
visited triends in this city Sunday. around the depot and they secured
will
preach morning and evening be gladly.welcomed.-Gainesville Sun,
Mrs. Wester, of Jacksonville, visited I at the Presbyterian church next Sun May 29. buckets and other fire-fighting apparatus i *
Progressive Business *> M
day. t and started toward the car to Firms ID
Mrs. ,J. J. Sparkman.this Starke
week.1 His many friends here,will be extinguish the fire. On the way they 1 ; :
I' Embroidery dresses at Ray CoIIey, of Starke, was among ed to learn that Dr. Henry Harris willreturn met the cook of the outfit and he ask- .

I the pleasant visitors to the city this to Starke- September to assume ed them what they were going to do. Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their #

Mr. A. B.. Surrency, of Brooker,!week visiting relatives. Wflliston the rectorship of St. Mark'sEpiscopal They told him they were going to putout advantage trade with, the firms

iwti in Starke on business Monday :j; Courier. i church. Dr. Harris is now the fire in that car. The cook rep- '.
f resented in this directory. .
Mr. John Ferreira, of Fernandina L.I Shoes at Leviton's. stationed at Devil's Lake, N. D. In laughed and informed them that thefire 4 '
the meantime the church will be in was in his cook stove. The val-
"was in Starke on business Thursday. .......... ......
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New ement'sidewalks MM44,M.....
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iant firemen .....
are being charge of a lay reader. returned to the depot in ...M.MM.

Embroideries at Leviton's. placed on the south side of Call street, Are about deep( disgust .....................".... ....................I.MM. '
between Walnut and'Thompson you particular your hosiery .
Mr.'Truby Pinholster, of Brooker, streets. ? Then buy at Dover's 5-29-2t Mr. M. D. Carter, who lives four REAL ESTATE. 4 FURNTrUBE. *4 -
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'WII in' Starke on business Wednes- miles west of load err 4
Ada : Mr..N. Messrs. Henry and Edwin Freeman Lawtey, brought a ........................ ............ .
: J T. Ritch and his little granddaughter I- of red Bermuda onions to Starke on ..............
I Vivirette Floyd, visited have returned home from the University Thursday and ..e"
readily disposed of the ..... ...'"'
Mr. J. J. Colson, of- Lake Butter r, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerce at Guilford of Florida for the summer entire let at $1.50.s bushel, Mr. J. F. .
\TW a business visitor Starke Mon- COMER L. PEEK 4
to
last week. recess. On May 20, Henry was unanimously Kickliter being the purchaser Mr.. .' FURNITURE: .
::dsjr., elected of ; fi
president the Engineering
Carter has been ;
growing Bermuda Florida Real Estate Land aad 4
onions ,
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Hon. Frank Clark, E. G. Baxter, of Club, which was organizedon and almost anything else yon '
Screen for several 4 :
Doors hung, just phone me. years and has never '
'inesvQle, and Judge R. W. Davis that date at the Timber 4 might want
Jones',.Hardware. { university. failed to produce a good yield. He Expert. ;
attended the .
political picnic at Long HULL'S .
DEPARTMENT .
'Jimmie Lee Jones, colored, who planted the seed for this year's crop 33 years Experience at Starke. 4
Mrs. D. C, Lenon and children, of i Bridge last Friday. was in November and 9 STORE. .
.Raiford I'I shot a week or two ago while trespassing transplanted the U A A p
were visitors.to Starke this Mr. Hoke Smith, Jr., who does the on the premises of Mrs Lind- plants in January. He had only four ......iNi.Nt..etM...

1reek. I i local stunt for the Times at Lake B utsay r was adjudged Insane Wednesday rows a5 few rods long this year, but he ........................... ..................MMiM. *
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Dr. L. J. Adams was in Macclenny ler, took the teachers' examination i by a commission composed of Drs. gathered over twelve bushels of large .

oa"business two or three days this !!in Starke this week. Freeman and Tomlinson and Mr. W. onions. Two sample onions broughtto 'p NOTIONS. : DENTISTS .
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ytttk. W. Baisden. this office measured 4 1-2 inchesin 1......................... ,
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BOSS OIL STOVES-Saves oil diameter and were two inches thick, A A .................

Stamp's store will close every Jones' Hardware. Mr. Richardson, EXPERT sheet and Mr. Carter informed us that the 4 tfs ,...

Thursday, afternoon during'the. metal worker. Headquarters Jones' samples about Why is it that when are '.
Mr. W. C. Malcolm were the average size,, you 2 DR. U. TURNER 4
I of Jacksonville '.
in need of Notions .
Ladies
months, of June, July and AugustxMisses 1 Hardware. some of the onions being larger and $ +
representative of the Remington ReadytoWear Goods, Shoes, 4 $
I DENTIST
Ruby and Maggie Dekle. ofI Typewriter Co., was in Starke Tu sMr.. and Mrs. W. H. Philips entertained ,some smaller. ,Novelties,'. Etc., you generally 4 <& .,4.. .'

Like Butler, visited friends here this i iI day and Wednesday.The a few friends at a delightful S go to 0 Edward Building .
I IN BAD CONDITION. STUMP'S.
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dinner party last Friday evening in 4 wrhere' A Reason.. .
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I Bradford County Medical Society A A Upstairs over Poet ,01Reef
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Much complaint has been heard _
honor of Mr. Philip's 24th v H JM
birthday
)(r. J. M. Starling and daughter ; met Wednesday evening atlarks the l I
of Uwtey, were visitors to S i office of Dr. A. H. Freeman and aI I Those present were: Misses Lois and lately Walnut about street the between rough Call condition street and o> ......................... .... t..8.. 40 ;' -

Monday. profitable session is reported.Mr. Louise Peek, Myra Darby; Messrs. Ninth street. This of DRY ,. .......................... ; '
Sinclair Peek, Luther Powell and L. part the street GOODS. : : .

3r By wainscoting your rooms with F. L. Immer, traveling salesman A. J ett. is so full of bumps and holes that ........................... PRINTING. .
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riding over it at a fast rate of .
WtDboard for the speed
Plakico and finishing the walls in Co. New Mergenthaler Linotype Mr. H. L. Gray moved his familyto would almost cause seasickness. Users ...... ........................N .
beautiful Orleans, afterthe
a and artisticeffect was looking .. t..
Gainesville Tuesday, where he recently of all kinds of vehicles
are complaining .
i interests'fa
can be obtained. Quigley company's Starke on W. MORGAN 4 f
,bnbtr 4 Supply Co. Monday.Mr. purchased a home and where and especially do the owners Headquarters for 4 4J. BRADFORD COUNTY Z
they will reside in the future. Our of the numerous automobiles in the : Ladies Read)- Goods, 4 4 'TELEGRAPH. '

F ; \\Mts sir& H.-A. and Lee Bradley, of E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville, loss is a gain to our sister city, for city heap maledictions upon the Dry Goods. Notions, Etc 44 COMMERCIAL PRINTING, 4 I

Bftifoni, .were in Starke on business"y. came to Starke Tuesday to vote and Mr. Gray is a valuable member of rough surface of this street "" 4 11 l'

i' society and his family is ,
I incidentally to pick up any new business very popular -
.e. in the social world. .
' Little in his line that was lying around
Misses Katie Bell and Allie :

MJ Green spent last week with Vivi- loose. Infants and children's hosiery -U -H-, jil

| Wttt Floyd.: 1 Stump's store will close every Dover's. 5-29-2t .

: Poet wait for rain. Use our garden Thursday afternoon during the Senator A. Z. Adkins returned Sun- to : 1
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NQUIGLEY LUMBER &; SUP- months of June, July and AugustMr. day from'Miami, where he assisted in success ]if t hart onlY at fitIt > ; !

,"'tOO.., I H. C. Peace, cashier of the defending F. R. Crawford, who was on k.. U>iB4_ ,
Ff i c.fhDrtut ad to prosperity and contentmentthe .
Lawtey State trial for killing J. C. Keene a few ,
Bank, in L .
>Reve and Mrs. Ernest House was StarU if lot bruii '
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of
mwh ,99yn n .pGttl. i the pioneer* I
Monday and the business months ago. The verdict of the jury :
Mttrille
I says -1
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spent the latter half of the
!ink Starke.i j outlook at Lawtey is very bright at was murder' in the first degree. An growLsuwr
.s ( this time. account of the preceedings will be 4:

..'Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Willis, of, found on another page of the Tele- \. ,
M eke, I A post card from Mr. J. M. Risingconveys graph this week. Maur dollar !
in
are visiting relatives here.!- fim the:\altk s ;
WfflUton the information that he and Others
Courier. the
ha.rthab !
t H Mrs. Rising are in Philadelphia at The local camp of United Confederate the tart. t l1

[iBwwde. silk at Leviton's. present and will remain there for Veterans held their annual meeting fo11 -the thrift sill mafeethc Imrdcn F -

",."'3 f' some time. I at the courthouse on" Wednesdayfor \ .. easi r. '!Jou KtiOWjjou ought to-sr. ; :.
\ '1Wees Estelle Tison and Mae I the of electing officers < ,.;
purpose : .. .whu)
; I I ';c- tit ntafa the s art
deft Rev. B. F. Mason will '
Thursday for their homes preach at and transacting other business. The ,Ij ::--c """- =
.i.""HbOro; the ethodist church at 11 o'clock j,. 0r
s.
C. day tans the an h'i cary of the fcJrth ,' '
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of Jefferson Davis and in hrcor cf tts"> ( <
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Washington,, idy is cordially iavited to attend .-. .i r ,
of the South leader! =-
nemory great
*.*as in the city long enough Tues- these services. I ..$ ) :
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ate : belies of the city ent. rtained the )!lJ.Jt -m. r
i Cist hia vote. i Read the Telegraph--$1.50 a year.Ith in their homes. I .- .J f

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+ I NEAMCNE$ bought at home r1'he'newspaper iselllDtIn .
*' + a home institution. It
,WOMAN OPERATES FARM. ,

i ".,, *, + He T Fee&r as If Mr Brie works day, and night to build 'up its
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fdeath+ . . Was Pres tg Down home town ,and state; and spendS'its I Geoeral Insurance> Backache!

money freely with the home people. It
i the most interesting farms Mrs.;Hin rays:
; One of
7 fi *1 cannot tell is [published on strict business principles -
Miss
Myrtle Cothnns
: in central.Kntucky'. is the farm yon how much I these days and that is the reason ,
writes of RusscBYffle;Ala.,says:
known as the McGuire place have suffered" and
the
for growth prosperity I repreaeni'none bat FIRST-CLASS
I to Southern during the past r ., "For nearly a year I suf.
of Kentucky
C. C.
: Perry during .t..
has to
that come many papers
f ; Farming, Atlanta Ga. It is near twelve y e a r.." ; i companies and will be'constantly on the fered with terrible backache
the few -
Twelve years Is past years. (: alert to pains in my limbs
the seat of Anderson promote your interests. Guarantee
J Lawrenceburg, county a long time for : ".. As .a business enterprise, a good and bead ached
*.'' I county. It was owned for sixty anyone to suf newspaper is about the best industry courteous treatment,to all patrons. my nearly
an the time. Our
;, i years by Ephriam Lillard.. Since fer.A great mul ; that any town has and its publisLers 'I I A well written policy by a fir -clau doctor, treated family
titude of me but
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women ,
t it has been operated by his ,
; his
ask but deal. Publishers'
in nothing a square in first-class
who this country t.r EVERYBODY agent a company sometimes only gars me temporary
I Rachel Lillard '
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Miss
daughters, v.l
know exactly : .,' : Auxiliary.
,' < old and Good Cigar means much in case of loss by fin relief. i was certainly ia
} runs the household and Miss Jennie what Mrs. Hill (>,'r1'lt fl"vmeans : young enjoy a ,
bad be tb.
who runs the farm. There is not a when she -- one that lights readily, draws easily & My school
, FACED FOUR LIONS. H. C. RICHARD Starke flu
n ; v says. "Heavy MRS. EFF1E HILL, the teacher advised me to
farm in Kentucky better fitted for Blasebaw CEntOA \0 and burns evenly These are
feeling as.If
r raising chickens. There are 420 acres brala was pressing my. eo.. Ol io Coolness and Daring of a Plucky Kaffir pleasures you find in the celebrated ,TAKE

: in the tract and the whole farm is down. So nervous I could not Herdboy. A. P. H. 5 cent cigar. It has the pro

t I well watered there being a never-fail I get my rest at night Would have Four lions attacked a herd of cattleon per shape, just the, right amount of

,:e ing spring in the yard. There is plenty -I I sinking spells and then so weak that a farm at Romscy, South Africa. Pure Havana in its mbake-up to impart COFFINS CASKETS Cardul
could not do my work. A great [
I of gravel along a little creek near many women In the United States says the Rhodesia Herald. The herd- that pleasant sensation, we like And a Full Line of

the house., will recognize, In this description boy was standing on an ant heap examining so much in'an After Dinner Smoke. Undertakers' .

i Miss Jennie Lillard the farmer, has their own experience. .. a pair of boots be had got the Try One of Them Supplies I
j Mrs. Hill found remedy. After when be heard low
a day previous a
always been a very busy woman. She taking four bottles of Peruna she growl near him. On locking up ho and you will be another customer for Always on hand. The} beat eras The Woman's Tonic
several seven of the A. P. H. cigers. Tim the lowest prices. Special
I taught school years, gained in strength and flesh and wrote saw that three lions had got hold of .
2,: which were spent in her home district, I us that she was a well woman again.She three cows while another lion stood Manufactured by attention to Telegraph Orders I took two bottles, in an,

-. 1 which she was very instrumental in : says. "I cannot thank you enoughfor looking on. STARKE CIGAR CO, and 'tII'as.cured.. I shall
Is t. my recovery"This Registered Embalmer always praise Cardui to
building up. Something over twelve is ao ordinary Incident. The boy pulled off his boots and Starker Fla. -

a ,, years ago she took up .farming and Twelve years suffering. Four.bottlesof threw them at the nearest lion and sick "and'! suffering women -

has proved herself more capable than Peruna. Restored to perfect health.If then made a rush for them with a NOTICE Of SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. DeWITT C. JONES If you suffer from
{ Peruna can do this for one woman stick shouting at the same time at Notice ia hereby given that under and by pains peculiar to weak
most men. it for virtue of a certain decree of sale and foreclsare Successor to G. G Livingston & Co.
why can not another? Is it such headache
Miss Lillard raises Barred Ply- the top of his voice to another herd- male and entered by the District Court women, as
not worth your attention? Is It boy to bring a gun. rf the TTn.trd States for the Southern Dis- I Starke, Fla, backache, or other
mouth Rock chickens of the purest not worth trying? 'ri'-t of Fknda, in Chancery on the first day
strain. It was my good fortune to Those who object to'liquid medicine In the meantime two lions had got o' April. .t. D.. 1914 recorded at page 79 symptoms of womanly
of the Equity Journal of aid Court in a trouble if
their or
cows down but nothing daunted you merely
visit. her nlace in November and she can now obtain Peruna Tablets. certain cause wherein Board of Trustees of
'1 the Kafir made a rush for them. Oberlin College, a corporation organized and need a tonic for that tired,
the
.f; then had on hand over 200 of and the lions moved away from their ex'sting under the laws of the State of Ohio, nervous: worn-out feeling
beautiful chickens I have ever counterbalanced the and the Michigan Trust Company a eoropra-
host by mutton
pro- prey. The boy then rounded up his tion organized and existing under,the laws For Weakness'and Loss of AppetiteThe tryCarduf.6S, !;
!{ seen. She says it is a feathery business duction. Hereford and Shorthorn cattle (he had 108 head), and while he of the State of Michigan, as Receiver of the Old Standard general strengthening tonic,

f. but not always a flowery one. cattle are crossed for beef and Jer- was doing so had to chase the lions estate of R. G. Peters, are Complainants, and GROVE'S TASTELESS chfllTONIC.drives out
Tohn M. Wolfenden Wolfen-
% and Herbert K. Malaria and builds up the system. A true tonic
4 She has been in the business twenty seys and Herefords are crossed for away several times. When he was at den, idividually and as eo.partners doing business and sure AppeUzer. For adults and children. We.

t,. years and has never had any diseaseor milk and beef. Some saddle horses one side the lions would try to catch dan A under Co..the Atlantic firm name Lumber and style Co., of a eorpora-Wolfeju

I or mites. She uses carbolic acid and and some mules are raised and sold in the cattle on the other. However he ton organized and existing under the laws
t brought all his cattle home. of the State of Florida and Empire Lumber
safely
i other disenfectants in whitewash the local markets. The hogs on the Company a corporation organized and existing R

which is applied plentifully, both in place are mixed, but Miss Lillard says though one of the cows afterward died under the laws of the State of Florida,
I the claw of a lion having penetrated and H. B. Lamb and L F. Lamb her husband
,! ; and out of her poultry houses. Ordinary in the future Duroc-Jerseys will be are Defendants I. the undersigned as a i

-, 1 sheep dip is also used. Miss raised. Owing to scarcity of corn her For lung.cool daring it would be.hard to will Special on Master Monday,of the said 6th day Court of in July Chancery A. D_ r RheumatismBlood

t Lillard sells many chickens for this year 150 bushels of rye was fed 1914. between the hours of eleven o'clock
I beat the chasing of four lions single A.. M.'and two o'clock P. M., before the doorf Poison
breeding purposes at a very high to the hogs and they did better than
handed and with no weapons except a ) the Court House, of Bradford County. in
a 'e price. She' makes a specialty of selling when fed on corn altogether. The pair of boots and a stick. the City of Starke state. of Florida sell at Scrofula Malaria
i.- public auction to highest and best bidder for ,
eggs to set. rye was soaked 24 hours before feed- cash all and singular the following described P
1 The chicks are fed for several ing. property in said decree mentioned or so much Skin Disease
LEARNING HOW TO UNLEARN. thereof as hall be sufficient to satisfy said
weeks after patching on a specially Up-to-date machinery is used and decree, to-wit: the following described properly -
t. chick feed. After this they subject to an obligation under pain of Because it Purifies
there is barn
prepared for
fourteen
room acres Modern Scientists Harking Back to forfeiture, to remove the timber hereinafter F R I
are fed on wheat bran and any other of burley tobacco one barn holdingten Thales of Miletus. described, from the lands on which it is tM Blood
situate, on or before September 1, 1915 as ,
.1 feed that may be raised on.the farm acres. Many tons of hay are When we were young and knew with- rovided in a certain instrument of writing BEAD WHar NOTED FEOFLS sir 3? i.
rye corn. wheat, oats and sorghum raised most of which is fed on the out doubt that the molecule was com from Atlantic Lumber Company to J. M.
Wolfenden and Herbert K. Wolfenden co- GREAT REMEDY-
LIPPMAN'S P.
sane seed being the principal grains. farm. The meadow grasses sown are posed of two or three ultimate parts. nartners as Wolfenden Company'dated the P..

All the manure from the poultry alsike and red clover orchard grass called atoms we listened complacentlyto 5th day of February A. D.. 1911 and re- .Dr. AHdredce. Begeaer.Texas writes: Kabbl Soiomo, *f tfc. SavmBiuk cIt -
I the orded in the Public Records of Bradford U the leading blood purifier." wrafmtiftm.writer: **Bad seven attacks ef
i house is used on berries and grape- and timothy, alsike and orchard grass statement that "science progresses County Florida. February 21, 1911 in Mis- Dr.Wbitekead Metealf>G*..prescribes I Malarial fever basting from a week to tea
In a straight line, philosophy :llaneous Record Book 3, page 229. It and with P.P.P.completely eared J. dajc. 1 took your medicine as a fodora
t ; vines. She always raises some nice being preferred. The natural bluegrass I around in a circle; or at best along a "All the cypress and hardwood timber H. Davidson. who had Buffered fifteen hope but now confess that P.P.P.wa
: strawberries and raspberries. is preferred for pasture. Thereis helical spiral.! Sow that we are older standing, lying and being on the following years with blood poison and Borea. a real beneSt.! .i

i J The chicken house is built facing one of the finest alsikq meadows in and believe that the simplest atom has ueees.he Counties pareels of or Bradford tram and of land Alaebna situate in the in IT WILL HELP YOU,'TOO-AT ALL, DRUCCIsT8i.ooi,

; the south: There are three windows Kentucky on this farm, and Miss Lil nearly I.80 parts we find that perhaps is Mate follows of Florida: more particularly described F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH; CEORCIA:

; on the south side but the north side lard reports the best crop this year the helix is expressive of scienceas East half of Southwest quarter. Northwest ..... 4 '

is perfectly tight with a window at she has ever produced. There was no well. observes the editor of the Engineering luarter barter of of Southwest Northwest quarter quarter, and of Southwest Section "

..It both'ends which are left open at the dark or molded hay as it cured well and Mining Journal N Twenty-four (24) : North half of Northeast .j i ._...
We believe with the alchemists. that quarter South half of Southeast quarter and
same time. Miss Lillard says that if in the field and rain fell
no on it. She the so called elements are fundamen- Vest half of Section Twenty-five (25) ; South. .
you would succeed with chickens says orchard 'grass is next to blue ast quarter and Southeast quarter of South
tally the Whether s
same. we will trans-
vest quarter of Section Twenty-six (26
whatever the plan of the house there grass for pasture and if cut when in mute one to another remains to be Southeast quarter and East half of North-; WHENEVERYDU U NEED 'f

must be plenty of fresh air but no bloom there is no better hay. Very seen: we follow the alchemists in attempting North ast quarter half Southwest of Section tluarter Thirty-three, North half(33)of;

fl drafts on the fowls. Her buildings fine oats and wheat are also raised. it. Southeast quarter and Southwest. quarter of

are ten feet high in front and eight Nothing is allowed to go to wasteon Were one of the Greek philosophers. forth Southeast half.quarter East of half Section of Southeast Thirty-four quarter(34) ; A GENHlAl nRIC TAKE G8

I: feet at back and is 40X12 feet long. this farm, all manure'and other Thales of Miletius. for instance. to Southwest quarter of Southeast quarter and ypi
stroll Into modem Southeast of Southwest
a assembly of physicists quarter quarter of
i. + The roosting and scratching rooms fertilizers being used. Very little and chemists the language wouldbe Section Thirty-five (35) ; North half. North .
:: i are together. There is an inside wall commercial fertilizer lalf of Southwest quarter and Southwest
; is used.
Crop more troublesome than the ideas. luarter of Southwest quarter of Section The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equagj
f .J under the roosts set on an angle oft rotation is well carired out, and no He would bear the physical chemist i rhirty-six (36) ; in Township Six (6) South Valuable General Tonic
as a because it Acts the Lire
Range Nineteen (19) East on
"" about forty-five degrees, which land is _out to a,certain cron__ until_ n__ n it remarking; cheerfully that there is no South half of Lot Nine (9): and North half
E throws the droppings to the wall at is tired or worn out. All the stubbleis matter. fur that which we call matteris ,f Lot; Ten (to), and North half of South Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up'

the bottom, where this is removed by turned under in the fall if level only energy, and Tuales would re- Fait 30), of in Lot Township Eleven Six(11),(6)of Section South. Thirty Range the Whole System. F+Grown People and Children* ;

1 a trap door. The laying and setting enough not to wash. The 'farm gar- mark. Tljjriarist. The disciples of I Twenty (20) East. $.;
b relativity the ultra Together with all and singular the tene-
room is entered by a door from the den modern physicists You know what taking when take Gnwe'a '
produces most of the vegetablesused would tell him that and nents, berediments and appurtenances there you are you Tasteless chill Toai

; scratching room and in bad weather in the home and enough is usually one. and Thales would space sigh to time think are of rod into, all belonging the estate or, in right anywise, title appertaining interest anj, as the formula is printed on every label showing that,it;:contains the well know-

1'"", f i the chicke ns can have access to either put up for winter use. his boyish debates. ill claim and demand whatsoever, as well in tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strcftg as the strongest ki&
j room without being exposed. All In connection with the farm aw as in equity of the said Mortgagors in tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for &&lariat Chills and Feta'
an un- nd to the
and
I.i I. t same every part and parcel Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Norsi
litter is removed before any germs cle of these ladies, R. 1.' McQuidy John Locke. hereof with the appurtenances.Miles .
W. Lewis, Special Master in Chancery Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness
'i have, time' to form. Cleanliness is the runs an apiary on a scientific basis, John Locke \\bo, "Essay on the lay 8-5L Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. ArouseS: the liver to actipurjison

1 ; motto on this farm. where 50 colonies of bees produce Human Understanding" the first purifies the blood A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. Complete Strengtaeaei

1 Pure bred Narragansett turkeys are about 2000 pounds of honey ever year. work land to that attnictfd attention. In. Eng- No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist.? Wemeaait. 2fc

also raised on this farm and haveproved This is shipped to Indiana Cincinnatiand metaflb'kul. speculation was CURIOUS
\ born at Wrinsrton. Enland.u 29. BITS .!
j their merit .this year by Louisville and as much as twen-
132.(; and died it Oates. England. Oct.
>( weighing more than others and being cents OF HISTORYLINCOLN'S ( t.
ty per pound is realized By 28., JiO-t. The\ fblet purpose of the essay ,
; in excellent condition when reaching the capturing of queens and trans- was to find the original source and

J r. the slaughter pens. Not only chick ferring young bees, D. McQuidy pre. scope of human knowledge. The con- FUNERAL TRAIN. I SEEDS SEEDS, 1

k t r ens' and turkeys are raised on this vents the bees ,from swarming. clusions he arrived at in 'this studv -

.f p farm but also much other good live .' were that there is no such thing as "in By A. W. MACY. I Cow or Field Peas Velvet Beans; Chufas;

? I stock. Hampshire sheep are crossed + + + + + + + + + + + + + ,1+ + + nate idea: tblt.tbt' human mind is as Magnificent was the funeralof
a sheet of white Peanuts Millet Selected Field
paper prepared to be Sorghum t
;
i ; ;
r-_ with Southdowns and are the finest in + + Napoleon when they broughthim

a section noted for fine sheep. The + WHAT NEWSPAPER DOES. + written thereon written upon: is that supplied the knowledge by experi- back front St. Helena 20 Com Complete and full stock Gar J

i' I cross seems to bring out the good + + ence and that sensation and reflectionare years after his death; but sadder den Seed Poultry feed and J

,f. qualities of both breeds. While they + + + + + + + + + + + + + 41 + + + the two sources of all our ideas." and more touching was that ,

f. i a do notrproduce as heavy fleece as the He made the first sketch when he was of Lincoln when they broughthim Supplies; Incubators.. 1

long wool types, this is more than ,The Value of a live energetic news- thirty-eight years of age and finished back from Washington ta Oldest established and Seed House in Florida. Write
f the little prairie city that hzd largest l
paper to any town or city is absolutely I It seventeen years later. The book was
< impossible of estimation. Thereare bitterly attacked.A been his home. Twelve day for illustrated Catalogue. .'
'i
ACT QUICKLY were consumed in the journey.
so many ways that the good E. A.
With a little variation, the MARTIN FEED CO. :
t newspaper promotes the interest of Bit of Blarney. ,
Delay Has Been Dangerous in Starke the city and the individual citizens An Irishman who was begging in the route of traversed that taken was by the the pres-reverse 206 East Bay St. JACKS9NVILLE, FLMFavorite

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tI t.I Do the right thing at the right where it is published that it would be str(>t'tVUg asked! by a lady how It was idential party on its way'to the

: time.Act like trying to number the sands of the that such a fine strong man as he inauguration, four years be- ;;;.. -

G J( a quickly in time of danger. sea to enumerate them. It is the true should blarney be asking be for alms. With native fore-Washington to Baltimore

t; i., In time of kidney danger Doan's friend of the city or town and every "Lady, begging replied is the: to Harrisburg, to Philadelphia,
only profession
r{ Kidney Pills are most effective. resident thereof and stands ready to" I know in which a gentleman can address to New York, to Albany, to Buf
falo to Cleveland to
Plenty of Starke evidence of their fight the battles even of individual a beautiful woman without having Columbus
to Indianapolis, to Chicago, to
worth. citizens in a way that no other agency an Introduction" Springfeld. There were nine i Fertilizers'H

Mrs. J. B. Williams Starke, Fla., has either the nerve or the courage to The remark was quite profitable. cars in the funeral train whenit

f] k, says: "My kidneys were in bad do. It stands asa great bulwark of London Answers. left Washington, though only .,

' ) i shape and I had symptoms of dropsy defense for the city and for the peo Moss Bread. two the funeral car and the :'I \,!.

My feet, ankles and hands became one occupied by the family
ple.But Along the shores of
the Columbia -,
swollen and back this is only feature. made the entire journey. Oth- 0>...
pained me. My was one river a kind of bread is made by the

t often so sore that I could hardly attend There's another that is seldom given Indians from a moss that grows on the the ers were train dropped or added as
passed over different
to housework. I used much thought and that is ARE BEST .j
my plasters that the spruce fir tree. This moss is preparedby lines. The funeral cortege pre-

: i and rubbed my back with liniments newspapers of any town or city area placing it in heaps sprinkling it sented an imposing spectacleas ,

but didn't receive a bit of re paying;: investment for such a placeas with water and permitting it to ferment it moved from city to city FOR 1

lief. I also had headaches and spellsof industrial institutions. People wel- Then it i is rolled into balls as pausing at the larger ones to : '

dizziness. Every doctor I went to come with open arms and loud ac-. big us a man's head and these are give the people an opportunityto ALL CROPSWrite 1

said I had kidney trouble but they claim any factory costing a few baked in pits. see their beloved dead. Never '

L didn't relieve me. I finally used Doan's thousand dollars and think the townis -__ in the history of the country for Catalogue. .1

. ,,.1 Kidney Pills and three boxes relieved wonderfully fortunate in securing His Standard. has there been such universal ,
Young Bride 'i'j
ih waiteri-Waiter, my sorrow. As one writer expressed -
me wonderfully. My kidneys began plant that will give employment to
husband has been here very frequently it just after the final x
t to act right and the dropsical sYmPtoms a number of people. Sometimes lately* I he's -=1..
they hope all ,
right, eh? scenes, "The very sublimity of I :;:
lv disappeared. My back became even put up a.bonus to secure such a Waiter-Oh. yes: he never has more sorrow has attended his funeral

: stronger and' the headache and dizziness plant. There are many newspapers than three glasses of beer. If he ware rites, for the high and the low,

left. which give employment to a numberof cot happy bed surely drink, the rich and the poor; the learned INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO.:

Price 50c, at all .dealers. Don't people, and nothing is thought of gende Blatter. and the Ignorant, native and

r simply ask for a kidney remedy-get it. The money that! comes to the foreign born white and black z...

j Doan's Kidney Pills-the, same' that I' is spent in the town or city where paper Friendship is a strong nd SlLFue-1 old and young, have wept at his JACKSONVILLE, FLA.WE J
Inclination of two "
tomb.
persons
Mrs. Williams had. Foster-Milburn it is published.
None
of it
goes away the: good and happiness of SELL SEED POTATOES!
?t"' Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. (|except for ink and paper and someJ Meredith.i I '
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.. ,- THE BRADFORD ..oUNTT TELEGRAPH t ___'.... --.......... ..' ... 1
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:-+.. '. '. . . ..'products. The state permits counties + + . + + + + ENGLAND'S. PREMIERSHIP.A : t tI

to levy a tax of two cents on everyone +

NEED. hundred dollars of the assessed +' SESSION WILL CONTINUE + Coveted Office I
FLORlDA'S.GREATFSr That
.+ Brings Miseryto
valuation of property, to be used Jby Its Incumbents. When You Want J

J + + + + + + + + + + + + + + J the state- board. In addition to maintaining + . . . Tbe lot of tbe'British premier Is like :sfl

exhibits and paying lecturers, that of the policeman In the Gilbertian

Florida has .about seventy-five local the state board publishes lietrature Washington, D.& C., June 4.-Regardless ballad-:not a happy one. After Lord

boards of trade, each one striving about California, gets a tremendous of talk about early adjournment Derby bad been prime minister be
A Horse
A Mule .
for the material advancement of amount of publicity from newspapersand the opinion of the best informed said that be bad bad only two happy ,

the community in which it is located. magazines and ,handles all mat- men at the' Capitol is that Con- days In office one being the day he

accomplishing big things gress is once more destined to sit entered it and the other the day be i ,
They are ters which affect business and trade
for the State but with proper coordination here through another summer. retired from It. d
conditions generally in the state. Fur- A
they are capable of doing agreat' Home Not long ago, July 1, was given as Peel wrote: "It Is impossible for me Buggy Wagon =
ther California has a Industry
not to feel that tbe duties are above
the probable date of
in I adjournment.
deal If they were
more. League; .a Tourist Association to en- all human strength; at least above
other if in Then the date was moved ahead to
with each ,
touch ;
I "
closer courage frequent and prolonged viS- mine. Peel also once made the curi-

addition taking care of their localresponsibilities its from tourists; several district or- July 10 or 15. Now, few members jus statement that If his nose bad not A Set of HarnessCome' .

,. they were united in ganizations, such as thJ Sacramento of the House or Senate have any expectation bled every night during t bis premiership .

big constructive work for the state Valley Development Association, and of quitting before August, he could not have borne the load

would experiencea and many look for the legislative of his position.
soon
whole we
as a. finally the Associated Chambers of
great change for the better in business Commerce of the Pacific Coast. grind to continue until September 1. Lord Palmerston was so much affected to See 'V.s'

conditions and would at the Some of the most pessimistic are predicting by his work that he had a speech
and
With all these powerful attractive
time witness. a still greater the session will not end until high desk built which necessitated !
tame organizations at work, do you a standing position. Be explainedthat We buy'in lots and
change in the attitude of the general October. car give our cus-

toward Florida. wonder that California is talked Nothing but an extraordinary legislative If be fell asleep while trying to tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.

public about; that they captured the Panama keep op with his work the fall would ,, ;

To concentrate the power and use- Exposition; and that every man, situation will keep Congress awaken him.Disraeli .
here until but the signs
fulness of the various commercial organizations woman and child in the United States September, frequently stated that no

in"one corporate organization has been been to California, expects are that it will not be possible to get man could have any notion of tbe ar

is the purpose of the Florida to go there next year, or yearns to go away before the first* week of Augustand duous life, and when Gladstone was J. W. ANDREWS & SON 1 I

State chamber of Commerce. This there? California is not an isolated perhaps the middle of that released from the duties of prime min

month. ister .be leaped head over heels'down
body was organized two years ago, at example of a profitably exploited
This is in a grass bank at Lord Evans'
when the face of the fact that through
representativesfrom
Kissimmee state, either. (The Oregon Develop sheer delight
members of the House and Senate
the leading commercial organizations ment League has done almost as are Lord I
Rosebery once wrote the fol- Starke
held FloridaCLERK'S
being here
against their willswhen'
of the 'state met for that pur w. Il for Oregon, the Seattle Chamberof lowing concerning the duties of prime ,

pose. It has been delayed in getting Commerce for Washington and they are anxious togo home minister: "He has to deal with the

underway because of several unfortunate Alaska, the Denver Chamber of Coin and look after campaigns for renomi- sovereign with the cabinet with parliament .

occurrences, the last of which Lake City Chamber for Utah. Also nation and re-election. This anxiety and with public opinion In its -

the death of its worthy president, is not confined to the men of any .one various kinds and degrees. Some of
was
look what advertising has done for REPORT. IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT }
i but .the zeal of those originally interested cold bleak Canada. party. Political conditions this year bis colleagues be must convince, some OF FLORIDA. -$
Starke
has not weakened. Quite to Florida's Position. '.are chaotic, and members are corres- be may hive to humor some even to Fla., April ,1, 1914. BRADFORD COUNTY -

pondingly; desirous of cajole. It is A harassing laborlous'and Repot of the Clerk of the Circuit
the the conviction that returning to INGRAII' .
BSIDA
contrary wmast e .
Now the Question is, what are we their districts and states and giving ungracious task."New York Times. Court in and for Bradford County, VS. t '
l have an active State chamberof to do about it? Shall Florida
going Florida
on account of taxes assessed .
attention WILL l GRAM
personal to
Commerce NOW is than campaigns. ,
stronger
the of progress witha
join procession
for the year 1913. BILL FOR
The obstacle which is A PAIR OF -
at any time heretofore. live state Chamber of Commerce looming up in SLIPPERS.Story Ceunty Proper D1VORCS

,''A'State Chamber of Commerce is shall sit while the way of early edjournment is trust March I, To baL,due County NOTICE TO APPEAR. '
or we idly by capitaland
legislation. The country has not for of an Eccentric Man and a Curious proper fund 5207.40 THE STATE OF FLORIDA I. '
not an_ideal conception, nor is there good citizens are drawn to other MonumenLThere By amount collected 764.74 To Will Ingram, Greeeting:
yearsseen a real fight in Congressover April I, To bal due __ 4442.66 It having been shown by a&Marit that the
lackingjevidence of its practical value states? Are'we ashamed of Florida, .the trust stands in a church in Amster Drainage Defendant, Will Ingram is a citizen of the
"a 'commonwealth. question in all its March 1, To State of Florida but that his whereabouts to o
bal
to: .Twentysevenstates'in or are we just indifferent to our opportunities dam an ancient and curious monument due County
broad unknown and that said defendant is the .
phases. Such a contest is in drainage fund 6049.12 over ,
the union have such,bodies; ? Commercial organizations of white marble which always attracts By amount collected-_--f' 249.60 age of twenty-one, and that there is no one ,
sight, however. When the trust bill tbe attention of visitors April I, To bal due in the State of Florida on whom service can
and,'J'n Texas, California, Oregon, are just beginning to do effective and their curiosity 6799.52 be had to bind said Defendant. < 4(
i or bills are considered the Senate County Road and Bridge t. $
;W jton Georgia, North Carolina, work; people are just beginningto by is usually heightened by Its In March 1. -To bal due County It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged t.
there will result one of the most scription. On the that the said Defendant Will Ingram '
"West Virginia Missouri and Illinois extended monument are engraved road and bridge fund 14320.33
realize their value business
as getters do appear to the Complainants Bill pf' Complaint '
By amount
splendid results have been obtained and as balance wheels in the and animated, if not rancorous two slippers of a singular shape April I, To collected bal due _____ 12217.31 2103.02 herein on or before the 20th day of
with the "Effen June A. D. 1914. in default whereof
debates which the house inscription Nyt, a decree
hasI Count
-through them. Reports of the activitiel commercial world. Shall Florida be for upper which In English would be "even nothing March 1, To bal due Building County pro eonfesso will be entered against the laid .

of these various bodies startling I seen many a day. Indications are building fund ___ Will Ingram. ;
are the last to recognize the value the that the debate or, more colloquially put, "noth By 2603.70 It is further ordered that tiiis notice be
amount collected
; especially when we realize that very necessity of a state organizationof over repeal or free ing else." The story that Is told of April 1, To bal due __' 2221.32 382.38 published in the Bradford County Telegraph. I .
tolls will a published at Starke in Bradford ,
not hold newspaper
a candle to the '
Florida, a state so much unto itself businessmen? this strange device is as follows: County School county Florida, once each week for. SiX MO
trust debate.-. March 1. To bal due. County
ands I.S susceptible of A certain rich man who was very school seeutive weeks.In
profitable exploitation The outlook is promising. The majority fund 18225.69 Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set
Democratic leaders are widely die extravagant in his tastes became By amount collected ___...
pos
2676.58
is that in
doing nothing hand and affixed the seal of '
of the principal boards of tradein my our Circuit
vided over the wisdom of passing sessed of tbe Idea that he had just so April 1, To bal due _____ 15549.11 Court on this the 9th day of May A. D.. 1914. ;
any way approaches' work of the state have strongly endorsed [, County Polls W. T.' WEEKS Cle'rk.
3ByR.A.WtebDC.
trust legislation at this session. Muchdoubt many years to live and no more and March I, To bal due County
these highly efficient bodies. .
t
the idea of a state organization, and be calculated if he polls
that stated
has existed spent a 1013.00 A. S Crews, .:
The Texas Way. have backed up their endorsement by over the White portion of his principal every year his By amount collected _..._ 290.00 Solicitor, for Comp. ..a. .
House attitude. April I, To bal due '
Lately officials close 723.00 May 15-6C tIN
Take the Texas organization as an joining this body. Also, business men, life and his property would expire tot I Total Sub-school
example Their for to the administration have given i March 1. To bal due Total
:_ report' 1913 all over the state are unanimous in I gether. i .

[ shows _a membership 143 local their approvalAll out that the president wants trust He was lavishly generous to others I By Sutnechool amount collected 9153.99 886.15 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX t

[ clubs 743 contributing members, and that now remains to be doneis legislation enacted. That is.. he wants as well as indulgent of his own whims, April 1. To bal due 8267.84 DEED UNDER SECTION a OF CHAPTER .

the program now before the House and It so happened that he died the Fine and Forfeiture 4888 LAWS OF FLORID
[expenditures totaling over 5000000. to perfect the March I, To bal due Total t '
organization and
. I The' carried out in both House and Senate. very year he had prophesied would be fine and forfeiture 1301.77 Notice b hereby given that Ceo. E. Kelley,
report also shows that during make of it concern purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 69, dated
a going That is, his last ne had furthermore brought By amount collected __ 191.18 : '
I the It is no secret that many of the April To the 6th day of June A. D. 1910. has filed said
1.
baL
year they distributed 2,000,000 we must establish. a central office, select foremost his fortune to such a low ebb that after due 1110.59 certificate in my office, and has made application
Democrats LJeeiue
. pamphlets', 12,074,000 news articles competent help, make a surveyof in Congress are his few debts were paid nothing remained March 1. To bal due license.. 10.00 for tax deed to issue in accordance

141,204 spe cial plates for newspapers, the staten county by county, pub- opposed to any such program. Someof of all his possessions aside April. 1, To balance due 10.00 with law.described Said certificate property situated embraces in the Bradford following

8,000 cuts and 96,000. msicellaneous lish reliable them feel the time is inopportunefor from the clothes in which he .was to W. T. WEEKS, county. Florida to-witNW4! cfSWU
some literature and proceed Sec.'15 6, S. 21 E 40 A. Tbs said '
Seal Tp Range
trust ( )
legislation that be burled but a pair of curious old Clerk.
reports-*!!. about Texas. Do you along the"same lines that have ; business : land being assessed at the date of issuance

wonder that Texas is talked about? led to in other conditions are not such as to make it slippers. By R. A. WEEKS, D. C. of such certificate in'the name of Unknown ,
success states. This unless said certificate shall be redeemed -
wise Some of his relatives to whom he according t
I And;'yet publicity is only a part of can and will be done within the next to 'keep business unsettled by his to law. tax deed will luue thereon tt
kind life erected
had been during ;
stirring the trust on the 1st day of June A. D. 191CWitness '.
the work done by the Texas state asa few months if the business men of the up question. ..Othersfeel this strangely decorated monument to CLERK'S REPORT. my official signature anj seal this '
ciation that the bills before the 2nd day of May A. D. 1914. r
now
They have a welfare com. state will show the mark his burial place.WashingtonStar. .
their interest. Starke Fla.,,May 1, 1914. W. T. WEEKS. t '
ImiisioD, farm life commission, an The Pressing Need. House, in some respects at least, are I Report of the Clerk of the Circuit Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County xl

(industrial commission, field secretar- Our immediate weak and useless, and that it will be Court in and for Florida. 'g
need is funds, and Bradford County, By R. A. Weeks. D. CLM
l lecturers, etc., who lead inspire for 'such no credit to the Democratic party if Human Strides. Florida yS-6fc >
,. we must appeal to the pa on account of taxes assessedfor .
it does have been testing
correspondents
them. Many
and teach pass Another
,their citizens patriotism triotism reason the
and liberality of businessmen. year 1913. __
of their stride
,
the length eventhose
why there is CIRCUIT CIRCUIT
COURT 8TH JUDICIAL
,+
thrift pressure against
enactment
,tprogressiveness and efficiency. In view of what Florida has 1 small boys who pace out the Comty Proper .
Tbe of trust legislation April 1, To bal due OF FLORIDA '
good is that the County '
i
accomplished by such anassociation yielded up to business, is yielding and length of a cricket pitch In assuran proper fund ___ $4442.66 ,"\ t

cannot be measured in dolart !- can be made to yield in the future question of exempting labor organizations that twenty-two long steps make twen By amount collected 1084.67 BRADFORD COUNTY. ,' '" .

and cents-it is too great and far I we believe that our call will not be in, and organizations of farmers ty-two yards. But a walker from the May I, To bal due Drainage__ 3357.99. KATIE COWART :.;. '

from the Sherman law has avers he comes as'near as. most VS. f ,.;
reaching to be comprehended. I vain. Surely there is arisen, city April 1. To bal due County
not
in
I "Fewer laws 'and better a man and presents an issue that is politically men to the yard to the step on a long drainage fund 1 6799.52 J. C. COWART ,f.;
laws" is
Florida
who is unwilling to contributein By amount collected __ 1028.40 BILL FOB .
the motto of Texas, and, without lob.ying a small embarrassing to many. walk. He stands five feet eight and I May I, To bal due 4771.12 DIVORCE.., I, .t', -
to
the
way success of a But in one-half Inches, has a swing from the County Road and Bride NOTICE TO APPEAR
or coercion, but by simply giv: state Chamber of Commerce. spite of the desire of many hips and bas always between milestones I April 1, To bal due County THE STATE OF FLORIDA

ing vide publicity within the Democrats, and also of conservative road and bridge fund __ 12217.31By a To J. C. Cowart. Greeting: .
state to The plan adopted-the sale of Flor- stepped from 1,690 to 1,710 I amount collected __ 2982.86 It having been shown by affidavit that'the
f&cta, ettual conditions and the needs ida stamps at one cent each-to raise Republicans, to see no trust legislation paces to the mile. That of course. Is a I May I, To bal due 9234.45 Defendant J. C. Cowart is a non-resident of

bf the state for good enacted this session, the indications solitary walk. In a regiment the pace County Building the State of Florida, and that the residence t
business -
legis- a preliminary organization fund April 1. To bal due County said Defendant is at Waycraea. Georgia and
UtiTe practice has been rev should meet with' are that Congress will not 'a d- must be set by the average of the building fund 2221.32 that said Defendant to over the age of.twenty-
W. '.A universal approvalIt journ until longest and shortest stepper-London By amount collected (42.33 one years. .
new sense of duty and responsibility identifies the contributors with the a comprehensive trust program May 1, To bal due 1678.99 It to therefore ordered considered and'.adjudged : -
has been impressed has been put through. It will Opinion. County School thatthe said Defendant J. C Cowart
upon leg organization, distributes the cost April 1, To bal due County do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint -
islators':and the result is more con- evenly over the whole state and not be the set of bills now before the Empty Bags. school fund 15549.11By herein on or before the 20th day of ,
gives June A. D. 1914 in default whereof decree'
eve House either. amount collected a
legislation, and less of wide Some of the kAndrew Carnegie once gave a clergyman 3796.37
the eonfesso
publicity to our state and our May 1. To bal due 1 1171 2.74 pro will be entered against the said
freak 'ety-*fewer laws and bet- purpose in its behalf. nesses in them 'have already been illuminated a donation for his church and at County Polls J. C tis Cowart
I further ordered that this notice be
l r- Ie..." I Of course, it is not likely that the in striking fashion. The tbe same time another gift for a brother April polls 1,__To bal due County 723.00 in the Bradford County Telegraph published a .

I Senate is who bad fallen into des ti newspaper published at Starke in Bradford'
hy; California more radical on the trust clergyman By amount collected 445.00
Keeps Ahead. state
I California i Chamber of Commerce will be than tution. Mal I, To bal due __ 278.00 county, Florida, once! a week for Six cone
question the ,
House. utive weeks.
our natural 'I
famed competitor, permanently financed by the perpetual The House But I doubt If be will take this 1. ,To Total bal due SobschoolApril Total In Witness Whereof. I have hereunto Ht:b j
p the world over for attrac sale of these In through the caucus system hand and affixed the semi of our Circuit
stamps. fact Mr. the SUlMChool 8267.84By
Carnegie clergymansaid
tions and we is money Court on this the 11th day of May A.
largely dominated _. D.
by the
resources in'no have re amount collected 1982.25
way super- assurances of ample financial doubtfully. "He Is very proud. 1914.
ff.to'our actionaries. It will swallow the May 1. To bal due ____ 6285.69 1 .
own but which trust W. T. WEEKS; Clark
have
been backing as soon as we are a going "Oh. he'll take It" said the Ironmas Fine and Forfeiture ,.
P>Wed by liberal bills as presented to it. A majorityof April 1,' To balance due fine By R. A. Weeks, D. C. 1\ -
advertising. Los concern. The state needs the organization ter. "Poverty destroys pride. How A. E .Crews, ) e ,
|n eles has a $325,000 Chamber the Democrats in the House are bag stand upright and forfeiture fund '1110.59 Solicitor for Comp. t
empty
of and just as the people of Cal can an By amount collected 271.16 May 15-6t I.

lottineice building, and devotes 21,- ifornia pay taxes to promote the material willing to take anything offered them, May 1. To bal due License 839.43

W.sqwre feet of floor space to the interests of allthe, people if it has, or seems to have, the approval Mean Man. April I, To bal due 10.00 NOTICE To CREDITORS' AND OTHEUHereby

fnMun_, .of California products. Ev- : will Florida submit to so of the Administration and the Stamp Clerk-This letter is overweight May 1, To bal due ____ 10.00 notice x to given to all creditor, ,
taxation for the W. T. WEEKS legatees and distributees
and all
,
7 person
leaders.
Unety of The result is that madam. Woman at Window-
fruits, vegetables same the present having clam
nuts demand
purpose when it is demonstrated Seal any or against the
M>flowers, and berries in that the House debate on the trust bill is Well, of all the mean people! Why I've ( ) Clerk. estate of W. H. Rivers, deceased, late of the
grown state Chamber merits state mailed hundreds of letters that weren't By R. A. WEEKS, D. C. Town of Starts County of Bradford. State .
JH section is exhibited. Most of aid. In the meantime perfunctory and useless so far as resulting of Florida, to present any and all such claim
there anf anywhere near full weight, and now or demands to the undersigned executor with- '
.are in amendment
displayed in glass jars, o enough liberal, far-sighted, patriotic goes. that I'm sending one just a little bit in two yean, the time prescribed by law: or ,

|there, are over 4,500 in the per- business men to sustain the organize But in the Senate there probablywill over you want to charge extra for it- STATEMENTOf tbr THIS s Hi-tire *ill toP pleaded in bar thereof. .
the ownership of the THE 8TH DAY OF MAY. 1914-;
be management eta
exhibit
jMwt much
better
a
chance
to
By actual count 1- tion as well-organized, aggressiveand pass Boston Transcript Bradford County Telegraph, published weekly J. E. FUTCH
People inspected this exhibit efficient body. legislation with teeth in it The Senate --- at Starke Florida, for April 1. 1914: Executor of the Last Will and Testament *f
W. H. Riven, deceased '
I
Editor E. S. Matthew '
ae.year, 300,000 of whom attend- The good that can be has shaped nearly all the important A Safe Background. Managing Editor F. E. Bobbins. May 8-8t 1

th'alustrated accomplished in A rather untidy In his personalhabits Business Manager F. E. Robbi....
measures
recent including man
:L lectures provided by the state Chamber justifies years Publisher E. S. Matthews.
of
IV' from 9:30 to 4:30. these stamps on every letter passing one tariff, railroad and currency waistcoat was discussing with a the friend.question ofa F. E. BOBBINS Manager. MAKE YOUR OWN f
new
Beach i has a Chamber of Cornand out of the legislation. In the same way it probably -
state and the "
more perfectly "What color would you advise? he PAINT I 's's.f
I keeps a representative at this accomplished will shape trust legislation. asked tbe friend. NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE I '-
during the I I Notice is hereby given to all concerned that .
.
iiber of Commerce in Los An- next six months the better it will be "Why." said the friend. "I'd get one six months after date hereof I will present I icu will SAVE! ,

lt boost' Lbng Beach. San Diego for business in Florida next Encourage your child to be merry of soup color* Saturday Evening my final returns as administrator of the estate 60 ds. PER ,:GAL
and ,
year, :
of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradfordcounty
.
g organization and San the next and to laugh aloud; a good hearty Post ,
Fran- and
the
boa next, ad infinitum. Florida, deceased. and apply to the THIS IS HOW -
P' a Chamber of Commerce The Florida stamps laugh expends the chest and makes County Judge of Bradford County Floridafor 1

..i force, that more nearly resem- sde by the Sccreary-treasurer are placed on his blood bound merrily along. Commend The Burned Church. my final discharge f r J B&y 4 tals. L.fBM.Semi- .
J.
at Jim damage to church by D. BAXTER
one regarding
thlt Kixtd Teal Paint .$&40(
of
a big municipal rent each, for the me to a good laugh-not to a Administrator of the Estate of Sallie S.
corpora- sole
purpose or firel-Goud! job It wasn't a factory g And 3 gals.LinsedOil

nything else.: Oakland, raising preliminary organization little sniggering laugh, but to one BUL Bill-You're right mate. Only Chesser. deceased. Jan. -6m.. to mx with it 2.13Makes7gantfCwJ t

> ,Sacramento funds! that sounds through the house it will and he
R and several I There are one' million to be ; one man put out of work 1

fhlifornia cities, each have big sold in books of 100 250 not only do your child good....but will draws his money.-London Punch. NOTICE.In '

,1a)I bodies and 500, and be a benefit to all who hear and be '- It's only $1.50 per.g:yT.: ; 3.
-' similar to those of as soon as one-half the an the matter of the estate of Louisa Jen.kins ,, ,,
..,.,\
A lea and risco. is consignment important means of driving the blues Probably an Accident deceased Notice to the next of kin The L C M. !;nfl-1\,lOt. ."'. R,.; r'x
sold ,
And the
v in ad- .organization work will be of Louisa Jenkins. deceased. late of Bradford 1[!:SL PAWT i? KI71F WHITE : _' i;; ,''t- ".
.to-all these, California has gin with away from a dwelling. Merrimentis "Did you notice bow pale the bridegroom county State of Florida, and all othen aEJi.imsf.Enos: ; : .".& 3r.*: n; .
.
a a vengeance. Orders and assistance was?" I whom it nay cone","" ae hfreby nnt=Fed p.t.a.. b, _, aMf4.! L
f JI pd of. very catching and spreads in a remarkable \ .
trade which main- in selling them will be that four wreVs flr the first nb'i--.*} -v r" = 4C"to-t-Jir., I I
greatly I "No. Dow did happen to glance ..
you *
|a tremendous t'-- fa"-- ,. .
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exhibit in the appreciated. manner, few being able to -T sn L. -jrt :-.t.%"isU r.5.. t.ed.-r.-: ..o.t i 4 a
W mu. Address at him? -Chkao:: RecordHerald.. istration oa her estate I wil! a-pr7 ftra- 70'- r-rity t=i'i, J.. e : .
.;.ferry at San Francisco and JAMES 0. resist the contagion. A hearty laugh creditor: cf Louisa Jenkins or other fit .,.. .
*.fcnfc exhibits STEVENSON, is delightful harmony; indeed it is son to administer: on the same as. may : .
't-n- and special lec- Secretary-Treasurer, Not ignorant of misfortune, I learn authorized by law. ;

1 Parts Tof the world to ad- Florida state the best of all music. from to aid the wretched. GEO. A. GARDINER' : a'Y
i'' chamber of commerce, toy own woes CpjrntiJn1- o' Bedford Conn'.. 7V";s M
,{h fOmit' and California St Augustine, Florida. S -Yergilu r-fd ."', ijth. day of May, A. D.. 1014.. Starke Florida' }r
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Enthaeistic'Meeting Held Night' Before 1 ,

Election. '.
M t S.
'
:County News Items (The speaking at Enterprise was all
that the eloquence and refinement of

Bradford county could make It. It

the Week br Our was grand; it was elevating;it was a Z
r' Interatinj I'acb'Regular.,Gathered Correspondents.j During good representation of the senate and \\Lots For Sale. '

house of representatives at Tallahassee. -

j But, we shall have to apologize ,

K : for-the small attendance. It' was on There are lots of good tobaccos.
' HAMPTON. I the great number? I the eve of the election and many of ,

Mrs. W. A.Jones, of Theressa is the voters did not tartpwn'and so I
! i Sunday was a big day at Theressa: go Good luck to them IV
i! The county convention of the, Christian visiting here this week j I.did..not get their paper"until es- I "* ? '
Mr H., Norman,has had his housepainted' ;' I \ ? '
'' at that point.. But who tries STAG .Is
held
.r : church was much day.The r 'the man once
it look _
which makes s
chairman J. M. Norman
,
j fromVHampton spent pre-
65
I, .About the lay there.people' .*, better and also adds much to the looksof sided well and has 'instructed me'to interested in no other tobacco. .

; A. M. Prince, who has been with us the vicinity. We hope more of our send the exact copy to our paper for He's beached the Promised Land!
,
citizens will have theirs painted as it
-N through the winter and spring, left publication. Cot Williams made an j'she y

Sunday for his home in Dover, Del. makes our settlement look much.bet- excellent address. Mr. Sapp equalledhim J .. Convenient Packages: The Handy Ha!!-Size 5-Cent Tie the

S. R. Johns, of Tavares, was in ter. in his clear reasoning qualities. .. \ Full-Size IP-Cent Tin,'the Pound and Half-Pound Tin Humidors. and the Pound
Miss Debbie Phillips is visiting her Then warrior the Glass Humidor.
Hampton for a short time Monday. came our, grand ,
sister, Mrs. Eddie Hilliard, of Fer- Hon. A. D. Andrews who full of l:1
Mr. Johns came in his new auto.J. was ; i5i1tri ; ;
J. V. Jones, candidate for county nandina this week. I facts that would have been of price- .:
STAGtr
treasurer, spent Monday in Starke. We hear that on last Sunday'thatMr. less blessing to the entire county had a 4

Hon. Truman Futch, candidate for J. B. Browning and :Mr. Ed Davis j I they all been present.. D., W. Black NX awl j

representative, was with us Monday. were out driving and the horse be- was' the fourth speaker in behalf'of "'.""' For Pipe and '
Cigarette
Last Sunday night was the chance came frightened and ran away, turn- his friend, the Hon. D. W. Pinholster, .r att l % -

: for the little tots to do themselves ing the buggy over and breaking Mr.: who was absent. Then Mr. Surrencygave EVER-LASTING-LY GOOD

proud. Children's Day was celebrated Browning's arm. We hope to see him us an address full of sound arguments -'''. '

by the Methodist church and a large out in a few days We especially appreciated

\ crowd filled the church to be enter- :Mr. J. Norman was a business I him because he was our opponent.

tained by, the little folks. All those visitor to Jacksonville Wednesday. Senator Crews is the equal of any r

Mr. ,Alderman, of Jacksonville, southern S St t *' ***
it' taking part did splendidly and many orator, and it would have i -

: were the praises extended, both to representing the Merchants' GroceryCo. paid any man to cross the county

I the little ones and to those whose pa- ., of that city,'paid his regular call three times to have heard him. Hon.S. a

t; I I tience must surely have been tried in here Wednesday T. Dowling proved his good'work

i training and drilling the little ones, Messrs. Tj A., Stokes and Edward and he made a fine address. J. E. J. f.UrtUcrtf.C*..SlC 1169 ; +

: and making the programme a success, Stokes, of Lawtey, visited here on Wainright. the. last. speaker, made avery .J1f ...

i Prof.,H. B. Wiggins ,and Miss Ida Wednesday.We able and convincing talk.h .

Wiggins spent Monday in Starke., wonder where Jeppie Witcher is Of course, long before this is read I I 4:
; Miss Minnie Hodge left Sunday for I now. Speak up, old boy. the election will have passed. We making bis rounds very day this they were to be entertained and received and unanimously predicted a greajconvention
'Phillips visited at It "Mr. Reeder who interested more than usual hospitality. at Starke the Fifth Sun::
Mr. J. week.
Stanley was
Starke to attend, the ,teachers' meet- wish we could vote for every one of '- -
ing. Lawtey. them but the most of them are young the postal department and the The night service was attended oj day in August. j,;-

Y' Rev 0. K. Cull was in Hampton and can come again. Several candidates local people in .the establishment of a large congregation which gave an DRINKS ,ARE ON HIM.Practical .

y ( part of Friday and Sunday. LAWTEY. were present, Mr. Lacy Underhill the route and he, assisted the post office appreciative ear to a sermon by Rev. .1

: I A meeting was started at the Chris- Rev. R. A. Carmine, District Super- and others, all good honest'Dem- inspector in selecting the course I Ernest House on "The Seven Golden Jokers have Fun at Eipesa

tian church Monday night, the atten- intendent of Jacksonville District of ocrats, but the hour being late, they I for the route and induced the prospective Candlesticks." of N 1h. Moore. :

dance was large and the promise that the St Johns River 'Conference, declined to speak. We are receiving patrons to procure mail boxes. Sunday morning at 9:30 the dele- -
the meeting would be successfulone. preached at Grace M. E. church here from Rev. and Mrs. Ernest House are in 37V
a apologies today (Tuesday) sev- gates joined' the local people a Citizens of Starke wno rememba
Rev. John Mullady preaches. last Sunday, both morning and eve': eral voters, expressing sorrow. They spending a greatet part of the week rousing Sunday School service con- Nath. Moore as a kind-hearted mi- ,

'_ The meeting will run about two ning to quite large and interested regret their absence. Many had not in' Starke. ducted by Mr. J. Allen, of Hampton, of unfailing good humor will be surprised -,'

weeks. congregations.. received their paper and did not know Mr. ,J. B. Chamberlain, Sr., of and attended by 128 people, nearly all to learn that he shot a mail

We hear it often, especially at the Miss Mayne Lou Moore came up that it was to be. Others did not Jacksonville, spent, Wednesday in of whom'were adults. for greater*offense

depot, where strangers are, bound.to from Gainesville and spent the past know that it would be such a noble Maxville and says he is highly pleased At' eleven o'clock, Rev. 0. K. Cull, few nights than that ago j the man no was mere;
i show on the arrival of train. week at the home of her parents. of choice of Brad- with the twenty acre farm east of "The < ,
up every representation men of Lake Butler, preached on of intent to break
's They look up the street and make Messrs. J. M. Futch, of Elarbee, E. ford county. town he recently purchased from the Church of Christ," and more than suspected his chicken ark house. Persons, familiar .

the remark: "What a pretty place, see D. Futch, of Raiford, L. C. Futch, of i' Done'by order of the committee.J. Maxville Farm and Development Co. seventy-five people were forced to remain enter with the circumstances stab

the beautiful oaks. But' when they Vanderbilt, and W. S. Futch, of M. NORMAN, Mr. S. P. Wiley, of Jacksonville, outside of the building .on account not actually making
the was
take a trip up town and get a close Hampton, were guests at the home of Chairman. spent Wednesday in 'Maxville. He of lack of room inside. After that man Moore's poS

rt view of the place, with shingles, lumber their brother, Mr. G. L. Futch, recent- D. W. BLACK, was accompanied by a Mr. Griffith, Rev. Cull's sermon 175 church members an effort it is to the] purloin general opinion ri
lets, and ,
who is interested in the cattle indus-
old logs, tin cans, papers and so ly.Mr. Secretary. joined in the communion service. that Moore's
on, scattered about, their expressions W. F. Goodwin came over from try., Mr. Griffith ,says the Maxville I At noon everybody partook very the community and uncalled'for.
.6 Jacksonville Tuesday to vote. community is well adapted to profit- ruthless "F attl
,- ; j of admiration cease. Wake up;folks. LAKE BUTLER.The heartily of a bountiful supply of especially warrant has
Shine up a little; Of course, it can't Mr. Geo. H. Beoners was a business ladies of the Civic League,are able cattle raising. well cooked eatables spreadon reason no the arrest of
out for
,
be done unless we organize.. What's visitor to Starke Wednesday. following up their work of cleaningthe M Carter's baby is recovering rap- tables under the nice shade trees' sworn citizens of the -'
t Messrs. A. J. Lowrey and S. S. Al- idly from its recent illness. less'gunman, but ,
the matter with a "Village Improvement park by putting on gates that near the church building. fl"he The- over-.t -
so' bought
"' of Starke visitors to Rev. Ernest House attended the munity arc up
i Association? varez, were will exclude the cows and goats. ressa people were so tactful in prac- will proV"not
Moore
J The play "The Corner Storey at the Lawtey last Sunday.An Rev. H. Logan and family.. went to Bradford County Convention of the ticing their natural cleverness, that occurrence that j: 'unwhippedj
allowed to
55 be
'*t ball last Friday night, under the direction amateur baseball team came Hampton to attend the quarterly con Christian churches at Theressa Sat- all were made to feel right at home go smooth
!the matter
of F. H. Spicher, was a decid- over from Jacksonville and playedtwo ference. urday and Sunday. and minute of the time. justice.To get "
enjoy every
ed success. A full house greeted games with our boys, one game Quite a number of the members W. B. Newbern and wife, and Mrs. At two o'clock the chairman called over"and quieted down he will and prc.. ,
j those when Tuesday afternoon and one Wednes- Thomas States visited Green Cove ably have to bet more genial
taking
part the curtain the Christian church went to Theressa '
order and the
the convention to com- make
is well to J
bane than ever as
., was lifted for the first act. The play day afternoon. The game on Tuesdaywas on, Sunday for a convention. Springs Sunday'and report a splen- mittee on nominations reported the 'oB
' represented a good story with a a regular slugging match from Services will be held at both Bap- did time. The trip was made in Mr. nomination of dicious use of such little favors'hai as
} beginning to end. The score was 22 Newbern's gars and cold drinks,, for he
wherein car.
strong plot, one Harvey Barton tist and Methodist churches on Sun- J. Allen, of Hampton, President '
t 1- II f seeks to gain control of Dot'sfortune to 9 in favor of Jacksonville. Wednesday's day night. Rev. Logan preaches at We had a good shower Wednesday Rev.-Ernest House, of Starke, Vice- bunch of fellow after him who/''
allow tha !
I satisfied to oc<
5 but is finally outwitted by game was a good one, both New Zion in'the morning.The forenoon and vegetation is greatly PresidentW. not be :
1 the.cleverness of Jerusha Jane teams getting down to business and refreshed.ffffffffffffffffff. rence to be hushed up simply beesNath.
Alvi- council into office "
( new, goes G. Seals, of Hampton, Tr as- and "wh
\ : rah Ann Boogs, an orphan. The play the score was 5 'to 4 in favor of Law- full of enthusiasm. They promise us is a 'good' neighbor, -

is equally divided between pathos and tey. water and electric before the urer. the details of the tragedy are knoit .r-
lights
h y + (T. N. Kendrick, of Starke, Secre certain sentimentally -,
is public
comedy and the audience appreciated Notice. If do this in ff ,
year is out they can + ,
THERESSA CONVENTION. tary. '
of J
the effort with liberal We, the undersigned merchants of will uphold the citizens ,
applause. Spe-
the time will
promised they some-
go + IIffffffffffffffffff Percy Cox, of Theressa, Corresponding -
cial mention is due to the ladies who Lawtey, Fla., do hereby agree to what beyond what we expect' of 4 Secretary.J. Long Bridge community in their,<
took part, Mrs. 0. K. Prince, as Je- close our places of business every forts to see that poor Moore.pays. f
them. D. Frier of Graham. K. Cull !
.. The convention of the Christian .
rusha Jane, the orphan Miss Thursday afternoon from one o'clocktill his hasty actMoore r '
; Myrtie of'the fruit
busiest
Q The part sea- churches of Bradford of Lake Butler, and Rev. John Mul-
county lived in Starke,
Allen as Dot, the heiress and Miss Friday morning, through the conven-\\ formerly
; have received )
is the -
son over, growers of members of the
ed last Saturday .and Sunday lady, Hampton, as
he purchased thj
months ago
S Dora Dean' as Aunt Hannah. All months of June, July and August, The citizens have some:
good prices.
new church building at Theressa. The county executive committee. By a ''
: W. Kellum'farnion New River, !
carried their parts to perfection. commencing June 11, 1914.R. ;
kept themselves good, and there is no unanimous of the these
vote
attendance at all the delegates
services"on Sun-. fend
Space prohibits mention of the men. R. Thede, W. E. Torode, J. C. where the famous "long ;
law cases. Old projects are workingout day far ,too for officers were elected for a term of one '
wis by large the that Since
Cane E: M. Blanchard E. E. historic stream.
However
every one of them did justice Burney, and there are no new ones. So spans
to the part assigned them. The W. H.. Edwards, 0. L. Thomas, F. splendid new church building just year from date. ing up his abode there, he has';spent,
that this week is little
news just a !
{ 'r sweet songs as rendered by Miss Moulin, H. C. Padgett,.H. R. Sapp, P. scarce. We could fill our column with completed by the Christian church at The committee on place reportedthat little of his.time,in farming and m,.
I Theress'a.The by unanimous choice of the
L. Dinkins. com- of it in 'telling' his neighbors a a
Clara
Hunt were' well worth one'stime
'things in general, but you don't want Starke Christian mittee Starke had been appointed
church as
was in which he
to hear, and it is becoming daring adventures .
a
that neither
do readers. '
habit of the people to look for Miss HAMPTON.The your. represented in the convention by T. the place for the next county convention the leading spirit and'cen J fgi,,
conference of the N. Kendrick and wife Mrs. to be held the Fifth Sunday in
quarterly Mary in the moutf
Clara to appear and ,sing, whenever I NEW RIVER. when he lived,( back '
Methodist church held in Weeks, Judge and Mrs Geo. A. Gar- AugustBy '
1 there is a gathering at the hall. The was Hampton I country of "old Noth Calinie'sa.
I Mr. T.' J. Andrews, of Lake Butler, diner Mrs. A. E. Moitt a unanimous vote of the delegates ,
specialty, entitled "Bro. Wadkins, ," as I on Saturday and Sunday. The Mrs. E. E. way of taking l him back to the dal .
meetings commenced with religious visited relatives and friends here last Hills, Misses Addie and Rosa Baisden the convention concurred in the >
given by Oscar Dover, kept the audience a of his youth and;making him feel .
: J in a roar of laughter and good service conducted by Rev. Dr. J. W. Monday.Mr. Agnes Gardiner, Bonita Burns ed, Ma- report of the committee on place and fectly at home, Some of the praf _

,t humor during the short time it takes Bigham. (The subject of his sermon W. M. Parker and daughter, omi Hill, Mr. Eddie Burnsied, Rev. Starke was named as the place for jokers of the community decided
"The 'Home and the Miss Marie, were transacting busi- Ernest House and others. the county convention of Christian shoo" '
was Family, i
i I to render the piece. The music by the would give him a little night ,
ness in Starke last Monday. The churches to be held the Fifth
text, "Honor Thy Father and Thy convention opened at two Sundayin
f Hampton orchestra was par excel- to do: Accordingly they constrop;
Mother." This service was attendedby Mrs. Henry Sapp and children, of o'clock Saturday afternoon with a de- AugustAt him
lence and added much to the success a man of straw, and posted .
= 9f the evening's program. I t is a"fairly large and intelligent aud- Mulberry, are visiting relatives and votional service conducted by Mrs. J.I I 2:15 P. M., Chairman' Mullady the Moore .her 'l ouse. Having '

r thought that the play will be taken ience. After a sumptuous dinner on friends here for a few days. Allen, of Hampton, after which Mrs.S. introduced a discussion on "Our posted the silent challenger

# and produced at Lake Butler in the the grounds the business session was Mr. Jesse Thomas and Mr. Leon L ,Jackson, formerly of Starke, Plea" divided into three parts: "No Moore's daring tnd bravery the jote
"
s Renfroe, of Sampson City, spent last now of Daytona President Creed but Christ Rev.
: near future. entered upon. The reports from the of the ,: by Ernest made; an alartr *>.d then retreated'yond
-:> circuit showed a substantial increase I Sunday with relatives and friendsI i Christian Women's Board of Missions..F House; "No Name but Christian byJ. gunshot range to watch dev T:J

I since last quarter. The financial state here.Mr. delivered a splendid address on worldwide D. Frier; "No Boqk but the Bible," ments. Moore -soon appeared at

t ENTERPRISE. of the circuit is far ahead of what it B. F. Renfroe and daughter, ,missions, illustrated by a large I by W. G. Seals. door"gun in land. He demanded-*

I n We are having nice cool dry wes -ih- was this time last year. Every;: point ,.Miss Phyla, attended the conventionat chart. After her address MrS. Jack- I.. The__ chairman then announced that know the J\alJ'ennd intentions,of tip.

: er. 'We hope for a good shower soon I reports' increased congregations. A Theressa last Saturday and Sun- son organized a local C. W. B. M., the Theressa church was in debt' for man who stood :motionless and,..,
so we can plant out some potato vines. and in a part of the cost of
large congregation came to hear Dr. day.Mr. assisted electing officers for their splendid at his hen house door, but nc. ,,8.
!I Crops of all kinds are looking fine. Bigham on Sunday morning. His James Thomas left for Cara- the first year. new building and the convention visitors came. Resolved.to take no 1ba

,\ c Enterprise was visited by a swarm sermon was on the doctrines of the way, Fla., last Monday night, wherehe Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton, were given an opportunity to he raised his trusty gun and,, '

: of candidates last Monday night at church. Although Methodists; as a will begin work on the G. S. & took charge of the services at four assist in paying the debt. More than At the fire of the gun, the boys inj)

:t the school house' and several deliver rule, seldom touch doctrinal points in F. Railway.Mr. o'clock as chairman of the conventionand $128.00 was donated for this purpose busheS Nath. "beat a hasty S

-S f r ed some good addresses to the voterst their sermons, yet the Doctor's discourse : M. J. Sapp was transacting named a committee to nominate within a very few minutes. treat" back say 'into the house, see

present. But Tuesday it .was hushed was considered masterly, business in Hampton last Saturday.: officers for the county organizationof The remainder of the afternoon never to think that it was any"pa

S I at the ballot box. Who is left out of showing_ the results of lone and- careful ...- -- The farmers 'of this communityare the Christian churches for the en- session was given to an address on of hr. duty as a humane Iran to:.

thought. The sacrament of the needing rain very much. suing year and a committee to nominate "The Importnace of Christian Unity," minister the first aid to the in'

WHY WEAK LUNGS? Lord's Supper was celebrated after Mr. B. J., Sapp and Mrs. Henry : a place for the next convention, which was handled in a very able, The jokers hint that Nath: kneW_

z the preaching service. The buildingwas Sapp attended the convention at which will be held on the Fifth Sun- manner by J. B. Crews, of Lake But. had missed his aim and wasn't'look

'The toll of tuberculosis is claiming literally packed at the evening Theressa last Sunday. day of August These committeeswere ler.The for any, more trouble.At -1
more than 350 victims every day in the service to hear a Children's Day Everybody invited to attend the instructed to report at two night 'service of the conven- rushed
this ;
{ stagethe jokers
United States, yet few realize their '
condition until the critical period arrives.grave| programme recited by the children. New River Literary Debating Society o'clock Sunday afternoon. T. N. tion was one of the best and most house, convulsed with-laughter:,
w Overwork Miss Nelly Logan and every Friday night Kendrick served chairman | inspiring. The feature
,worry, weakness after sick- her brother, as of the of the. night won't tell where they found Nal
: ness,catarrh,bronchitis,tender throats Harry, are visiting friends in Hamp- committee on nominations and Rev.. service, and of the whole convention, whether he his'gW
all exert the weakening influence that MAX VILLE. was loading ,
: invites consumption. I ton. Ernest House was chairman of the as well, was the sermon on "L ve, another encounter or whetLe he:3.:

,To guard against consumption, thou Mr. Younger, editor of the Times, M. C. Reeder has received an ap- committee on place of meeting'for the Heart of the Gospel," by Rev. under the bed, --\or in the bed
sands of people take Scott'sEmulsionaftermeals was a visitor at Theressa, atending pointment from the post office de- the next convention. John Mullady, of Hampton.The ';'
( closet. They that silence oij
because its rich medicinal nourish- BaY
'the convention of the Christian partment as carrier on our new rural After the'committees officers and '
.meat strengthens the lungs,puts vigor in were named : delegates to the point means a big chicken dinnertime
ti <, ,:: ..'1 the blood,and upbuilds strength to resists church on Sunday... route, pending the appointment of a the convention adjourned until 7:30 Theressa convention expressed themselves in the''nea.-i future. Vf

4+ ': y .;' .tuberculosis. Scott's Emulsion is nature'sstrengthbuilder. permanent carrier by the civil service o'clock and the delegates were, 'es as being more than',satisfied .' ".",-

_. Refuse substitutes Telegraph, $1.50 per year., commission. Mr. Reeder ,has been corted to the Theressa homes where with the success of the convention, Read the eglaph-I.50 per. ,
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