Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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BiriiruTES OF JUNE MEETING of East county Starke commissioners Drainage ,Commissioners through its- PULLED OFF ON JUNE 2 W. R. PHILLIPS- KILLED. NEW CITY JAIL;DISCUSSED t ,

that sections 13,14,15,16 and 17, Shooting Alleged to Have Been Pone '. -
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" j Sections Not On Original Drain- of Township 7, S..'R. 22 E.'were not Humorous Account of the Race Board Goes On Record In Favorof By Father-in-law. G. 'SC. LivingstonttChosen f.<.

.... embraced in the preliminary survey In The Lake Butler Paving and SewerageFor
!!: age Map to Be Serve Unexpired Term of :
and estimates and drainage
map; We clip the following account of
't' Left Out. of said Star: tarke.The E. P. Duncan.
therefore because reasons, we ,
( the killing of Mr. W. R. Phillips, a
accede the of the said
to suggestion
: former citi.zen of Bradford county -' l
'S : to order byit,4 Drainage Commission and omit said D. H. Mosely who recently became Starke board of trade held its
The Beard from a special dispatch' from Plant Starke, Fla., June 1, 1914-
Chairman C. A. Roberts, Monday, sections from the- East Starke Drain- associate editor of the Lake Butler regular weekly meeting at the court City to the Tampa Tribune' of' Jane The city council met. in regular-

jUjune 4th, at 10 o'clock A. M., with age District. Star, proves himself something of a ; house Tuesday evening. Interest in 8: session June 1, 1914. Present, J. W.

\: 3ihe following members present: W. We'also instruct the tax collectorto humorist. He took the following fall these meetings is increasing and the : PLANT CITY, June '7.SpecialA ( ) Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan I E. Si i
I W. A. BesIjient collect no further drainage taxes out of the candidates for representative attendance is becoming more encour-
i:S. Croft, A. B. Surrency, : family quarrel terminated here Matthews, N. D. Wainri ht.
from lands in said sections and where
' and S. T. Dcwling. Minutes of in the late primary campaign: aging as the weeks go by. As soon at 11 o'clock last night 'in the fatal Minutes of the last rating read .

,* adopted. such drainage tax has already been Off In A Bunch. as the public generally appreciatesthe
i last meeting shooting of W. R. Phillips by his and approved. =.
* f 4'Petition filed asking for a public paid, to remit same to the partieswho last the legisla- significance the work and real- father-in-law ?ras' > -,
it and to adjust his booksin On Tuesday great an elderly man named Mr. G. C.. Livingston_ unnani- .
of 1 r road leading from Raiford to Swift the paid matter, of drainage tax said tive derby of Bradford county was izes'the benefits that will be derived Prevatt. Pierced by three bullets, mously elected to fill the unexpiredterm
church. ,Upon motion further sections to suit this resolution.As pulled off, and promptly at seven A. from its accomplishment, the boardof Phillips died this morning at dawn. of E. P. Duncan. ,

"jl'k( by the Board was laid over un- contractor to do the drainage, M., the jockeys with their horses, trade will receive the support it His father-in-law is still at large. Motion carried authorizing mayor ',

:4 t meeting in July. I hereby consent to omission of above were at the post waiting for the flag deserves and the attendance at the Phillips and his wife have been liv- to have notices printed regulating the =
'. that' the
fi The application asking section from my drainage contract. to drop and get an even start. The weekly meetings will be what it ing apart for several months. When speed limit of motor cars spiting on' s
.West be reinstated !
of Mrs
"jname upon G. C. LIVINGSTON, Contractor. horses and riders were as follows: ought to be. they separated Mrs. Phillips went to sidewalks and such otheij notices as

,the .pauper roll Upon motion and Paaper Allowance. "Raiford," second time on the track, The meeting was called to order by live with her father, Prevatt. Phil- he sees fit for the best Interests of ill

second refused. Carrie Sparkman, pauper ___ 4.00 ridden by Jockey Andrews. Chairman E. S. Matthews. In the lips' efforts to persuade Mrs. Phillipsto the town. .. r
of M. Cameron for Notary Florence Holton, do ___ 3.00
; Bond
j .. Polly Ann Green, do _... ..00 "Lake Butler," a gelding with a bad absence of Secretary J. R. Dover Mr. return to him and leave the houseof The matter of a city jail referred
,\Public approved.I John Wright do 2.60 F. A. Scott chosen .
\ ridden Truman was secretary pro her father
track record was by probably caused the dispute
: committee
y' 'Report of Silas Kite, inspector of Mary Ward, do 6.00 en Buildings.* -
Martha Gatlin. do 4.00 G. Futch and carried overweight. tern. with the fatal termination. The
and brands 6th district of ani- mayor was refluesteil to call onzthe
faarks Nancy Conner do &.00 I
'fmala slaughtered for market presently [aryBrooks, do __j 2.00'iney "Starke," a veteran old racer, was The committee on picnic for the Last night Philips alighted from a health officer to makea;; sanitary l
: Jen and approved and ordered filed.id'1 VOL Gli Dye son s,, 4o do ,. ...... 4.0C 4.00 guided around the track by J. H..Wil- Fourth. of July reported progress. hack at his father-in law's gate. He inspection of the town and tarry out '

*! 'Fire arms bonds presented and approved Ervin James Higgonbotham Parrish. do do..... .. 2.6Cohn &.00 liams. Sub-committees have been appointedand called the aged man out of th$ house such rules and regulations as theysee r

**'t' by the Board and license is- McLennon, do .-- .-.. L 6.00 "New River," an unbroken country no detail will be omitted.to .make and an interchange of words ensued. fit. i /

'f "sue&to Fred Sapp H. W. Whitehead, Mrs.Caroline Breeze Grids, do do. 4.01 7.00 colt, was piloted about half way the occasion the biggest and best ever In an instant Prevatt pulled a revol- Upon request of J. C. Carter the-

'' Rouse Nora Rawlins do _. 4.00 around the course and threw the jockey seen' in Starke. ver.and fired three times. council
?J. Hi} Denmark, Martin IV) and Amanda Thomas do ,._.-T LOO( recommended that,.be bond!
W.'s. Johns. Lee Crosby do __ 10.0<) M. J. Sapp. The shed committee reported thata Walks to Phone; Calls Doctor. trustees put a light on Oak street. '

\ -U.":D. Miner and James E. Black Ervin Grp do do----.-_..- -,--.,* .., 2.61 8.00 There was another entry from large public hitching shed was being Wounded in, three places Phillips .The clerk was' instruct to have =

i'j )end ..their resignations as trus- a Mrs.J.D.Campbell.M. UeKaisht.do. _.. 'do 2.00 6.0 Starke, ridden by F. P. Shaffer, but; erected on the vacant lot north ol retreated. He walked some distance deeds for streets recorded.]. .

c :tees of the East Starke Drainage Dis- J. B. Johns, do _. 6.00 became unruly before the flag dropped A. E. Moitt's blacksmith shop and to the nearest telephone and called up Upon motion it was'or: ned that .

1> j. trictj Upon motion and second laid Vine Banner, Lee.Dial do do ----_.... 4.00 4.00 and never got away from the that Same would be completed this a Plant City physician: In the phy- services of extra'nighApolleeman; be l.3

:'J }>ver until next meeting'of the Board. Starling Sisters do 1S.OOfancy post The race as it occurred: week.. sician's automobile he 'was brought discontinued. :l '
Vanes, do .f
4.00 ::
:,:. ,H.;. E. Lagergren, engineer of the Wade Children doo ._....... 6.00 At the post one minute. They are The telephone committee reporteda I back here and operated'o The removal {The treasurer' was instructed: "to "

j:| East Starke Drainage District, pre- Polly Ann McKnight.Rhoden, do ., 8.00 6.00 off-All in a bunch. Andrews in the conference at Davis schoolhouseSaturday of the bullets failed to save the take up 1000.00 bond held by Brad- ;a

.<\ tented his report for the month of ,Will Jsxte Hampton Willl ,do do 8.00 lead by two lengths with Raiford, with the citizens of that vi- wounded'man's life, so great was the ford County Bank, jising'money in

))day?; Same ordered filed. John Norman, support orphan 4.001Irs. j Williams 'trailing close behind on cinity., The people of that section areready loss of blood. The body will be ems sinking fund.. : -'

,. = Bill presented for services rendered Rufus children Jackson' pauper ... 6.00 4.00 j I Starke, Futch laying the lash to Lake for a,telephone line as soon a balmed and shipped to Phillips' for- ..Taxcollector reported :'i rellectionat 1i-

t>7 Dr. D. C. Witt in the inquest case Mrs. N. a Newman, do 10.00 { Butler, Sapp, following several rodS a right-of-way can be secured fromthe mer home in Starke for burial for may: '
Biggs Sisters do _
of E4:Bicki for$25.00. Upon motion Jock Wood. do .. 2.00 5.00 l in the rear with New River. Commissioners and a satisfactory Bad blood between Phillips and his Rent from school board _i ,..._, jaw

:JIyJnent'refused.: Mrs. Banner Dyal. do ".00 contract can be arranged with the father-in-law is said Fines -b_.{_ ISvS/ S-
the to have ?
At going existed
iusan Kelly do .__ quarterndrews ,
$0 0 Taxes --_..:.. .. ...1829.8
: presented -- -
Bill Lumber
by Quigley Hoary Padgett do 5.00 easy, Williams,a close second. Futch Starke Telephone Exchange. Attorney for some time. Saturday afternoonthe Treasarer's Report' '
Company for work done on county jail L ... __.' 8.00 General fund overdraft ____ _
ElizabethagJohns A. S. Crews added to the tale ? IUI'Road
do 4.00 third a Sapp's horse losing wind. was two men encountered one anotherat .._'. _
amounting to 2773. Upon motion in.. L. L. Hagan, do _,............ &.00 committee adviser. It the Interest and on bridge band on hand ... ,j _1584.U
legal Coronet
;' John J. Rosier do 8.00 At the half Andrews' two-year old phone as phosphate mines. Phillips -- ;i.lSM.BS1
J laid over until next meeting of the Sinking fund on hand ...i--r1855.8 '
",,,1Jwd. Hn.Sachet Nancy Stokes Eiggs, do ..do..,.._.-.3.0. 8.00 I leading by ten lengths, Williams second is proposed to build two lines at first, is alleged to have accused the Water works, fund on band ..I-} -.. 159.7C

Futch third, and Sapp thrown by one to tap' the Davis neighborhoodand aged man'of inducing'M.rs.. Phillips The 'following shills were ordered ,
rBy.order of the Board, B..M. Dowl- Total .. .
General Fand. t20S.60 the woods colt the other to be a continuation of to leave him. The accusation 'caused I paid on general fund: ,

.f l; ,big tax collector, was instructed to F. N. Andrews com as treat 19.69 the Erownlee line. the aged man's blood to boil I E. S. Matthews, mem council : -?.?_ 1.00 ,
,reduce the assessment upon the personal E. C. Croft super reg and pd express 80.80 At the three-quarters-Andrews on with anger J. W. Andrews Jr. do ____..:_. 1.0* .,
F. L. Williams 1 no janitor 17.50 Raiford in a canter, Williams putting Upon motion of D. 'E. Knight' the ,' and he is said to have forbidden S. A. Bryan do _--: ..____*.___ t.1Ie -t'
\"t property of L. L. Sapp, eron"lily W. A. Beasant. 1 day with board 4.00 N. D.. Wainright. do,-!-._____- 1.01"' ,
assessed fotJ.the '1913 8. T. Bowling, 1 day with board and- the spurs to Starke Fetch leaning board placed itself on record as fav- Phillips from seeing her. A. S. Crews salary --:- ut' 1

-tt 4,trash 12,000 to 1000.. year W.milage S. Croft do _y __, 9.60 6.20 I forward on Lake Butler, but the old oring street paving and a sewerage Saturday afternoon Phillips returned ? Ed Ella Banned Kite, salary, do..,-a&lellea.-. ., ,_____- -. 58.00 53.0T

i [ 'The' A. B. Snrrency do -----_ 7.20 gelding is lacking in speed., II system for Starke and will notify the to Plant City Angry with his las Sasser.'do ': _____._:_ 43.00
following recommendations, C. A. Roberts do ... 7.40 w. W. Baisden* feeding prisooen,...- Ut- !
y presented by H. B. Weest, former en- O. L. Misell. demonstratioa work-_- 18.00 'I In the stretch-Andrews in a walk, city council of their action. father-in-law, he got into a hack and E.' E. Canova. mayor's fees -.:.;;._ 1.01'. I

fit': gin ei of the East Starke Drainage Mary of record Pack state making w 4 Will copies Moore transcript_ lUO Williams coming with a rush, Futch The board adjourned to meet again drove ,out to the father-in-law's house C.J.\ L.A. Warren Fntcb, clerk's, phone Ieee rent______--w-_._ 12.SO 1.75., '

Djurtrict, and the Drainage Commit- W. T. Weeks making certified trans- I gives up all hope of winning, dismounts Tuesday evening, June 16. to.. continue the argument. M. D. Wainright. making deeds ._ ::._ 10.56
r" cript of record state vs Will Moore. 25.00 Bradford County Telegraph iriuV&g 123.09-
}3 W td the Board of county commislionen Hattie Roebuck transcribing testimony I and leads old Lake Butler to Self Defense Theory is Offered! O. B. Sweat *: Co; livery work -. Z.2S i.
in cue of state vs Will Moore _' 22.0 J. R. Davis ft: Co., intonate -j'- : ',_ IZ-SB'**. 1 '
iJ ;_ the, following resolutionswere W T. SfU'! 1 11IO clerk __ ao.oo his stall. KILLED BROWN EAGLE. By going to his fatherinlaw'shouse D. E. Knight retainer fee ____L._. 100.09, i
4 A.. Z. cnnntvW .ttrt...... .nun. After of the candidates late at night to Phillips W. L. Wall fire chief -,_-. S."'' '
tr><: adopted by unanimous vote ofm J. U Warren-- Rhone'court house *8.00 W W disposing Mr.. Newnan Jones who lives one quarrel, Wm Wainright. fireman ?_.....;.<...:. 1.. .
the Board, which reads as follows: City Light Plant, lights and globes.. 7.05 Editor Moseley turned his attentionto is believed to have threatened Jay Alderman, do -.. ... ...,..__ I.GCJCU
S. B. Denmark; 1 day' with mile west of Starke, shot and killeda Chaneey. do .., :=41.00
board4.00 the -
11 Starke, Fla., April 27, 1914- Bradford County Telegraph treasurer a local condition and treated' his big brown eagle Tuesday morning aged man's life. Although the Ab. Sydboten. do ...:....- .. l.CXX. '
:, To"the.Honorable: Drainage'Cbmmitt reports and ballots 4300 readers to the following observa- details of the fatal fight have not thus Root Gray do -1- l.Ofl*' .
: S. & Denmark insanity Isaac Williams 4.95 about six o'clock. He brought the Wm. Moitt do -' 7 i..:-__ 1.00',
tee'of the East Starke Drainage Geo. A. Gardiner, do ..__. 2.00 tions: I far been probed by officers, it is believed Morgan Darley.',do -,-----4.- 2.00'
1 .!District J. P. Tomlinson. do ...._.. -._-- 2.00 eagle to town,and placed it on exhi- that Brooks Shipman, do _-. -...-,1,00-
A.. Freeman, do A Silly Proposition.For Prevatt acted in self defense -
w. 2' bition at the barber shop of S. L.
Gentlemen: '"9T1 l fW W. Baisden.do _---____. 1.00 ,, believing that his life was in Total ____ _.,___.499.P
After work W. W. Baisden. cost insanity Oils several years past people liv- Alvarez, where it was viewed by many ReM udBridgv PinA _
[ i carefully going over the Keith .. ._ us immediate danger., J. W. Andrews ft: Son hauler -L-- ItSQJ.
ij t Mcessary to be done in sections 13 Cow A. Gardiner, do 2.00 ing in this end of the county have people. Its wings measured six feet W. Andrews ,ft Son pay roll, for .. .. .
E. T. Campbell do _............. 2.00 been clamoring for Bradford countyto and six inches from tip to tip. A boy Phillips was well known here, baying street work -":;-"':---. ZS.1V
JJ' 14,15,16; and 17, along the south end J. P. Tomlinson. do ._T-,__ ,. 2.00 come here several Quigley Lumber ft: Supply CotluteUr ll.n
of the East Starke B. M. Dowling com as tax collector r bias be split in twain and Lake Butler was passing the house of Mr. Jones years ago from W. F. Mott. .... work __:: .{ -- 83.29: ,
'ii, Drainage District, W. A. Bessent. 1 day com _. Starke to engage in farming. For the
: I ftnd that the amount of work neces- RD. Kelly. J. P. inquest of Bob 4.00 made the seat of government for the with a puppy. The eagle evidently was Total ________..:-=iso.ni a.
\..., liq to Harris '__ jg4 new county. How absolutely foolish in search of his breakfast and when past two years he lived in Tampa, The following tOmmittee8,were app.. J -
be .done in order to take P. S.
care Denmark, const do 5%0 where he worked as a street '
i1 el.th. :water on these sections would The Falconer Co. pencils, etc. for bal under existing conditions. If Lake he spied the puppy he thought Providence ductor. car con pointed: ', r'
lot boxes ..
tt hvolve a very heavy expense and Drew Co. blanks county_judge_office-. 2.14 4.11 Butler should be designated as the had provided the morning meal The body of Mr. Finance and Taiatwn-N-I/!; >. Wain-

\',ten would be ,very unsatisfactory, J.Drew A. Brooks Co. bal, juror aect Inquest clerk's Bob office Harris_ 1.84 1.20. county seat there would have to be for him. He wheeled and circled brought to Starke Phillips was right, chairman;.J. W.. Andrews, and
Monday and
:.f."Tin? to the .fact that the water D. & Browning, do ____. \M two courthouses built, else people living around overhead and finally alightedin his takento G. C, Livingston.' : ,
S. H. Moore do _,__., former home for burial'CANNING
Vt: Wined J off these sections would bet M. W. Mann, do r ,---,-_"": { %n in West Butler would not attend a tree in front of the house of Mr. Streets, Sidewalks and Buildings-? J ,

: .,ptied .onto the ,sections south of W.P. C.R Whitten Byrd do do Ill__; _I, Jjfl uo court in a house erected in East Butler Jones. The boy tried to scare him DEMONSTRATIONS. G. C. ,cbainnMj: N.- D.

!' tfan belonging to the same people- Lucy Harris witness --__. 1.00 and the same spirit and stubbornness away by throwing sticks at him, but Wainright, and J. W. Andrew's. '

;} JW Brothers. A.Dr.D.FarnelL Andrews do, do_.._.._.._._............. i 1.20 20 would be manifest by East the bird was too intent upon having Mrs. Nina Williams'win hold can- Sanitation-S. A. Bryan, chairman

1 ;Therefore, I would suggest, asrear dells Caion.Thomas do .witness... i jo Butler, should a site'for a courthousebe the puppy to take the hint, and it was ning demonstrations at the following J. W. Andrews, and G. Uriflgstan..
"'I.i inquest Ella schoolhouses
these sections are not shown on the Tnon .. L 1.00 selected in West Butler. Nothing. at this juncture that Mr. Jones ap and places: Electric ,Lights, Water works and

s.J liginal map of the preliminary work, W.Fred M.Taylor Harley.do do__--j-_- 1.00..%1 short of a bench warrant, backed up peared with his shotgun and brought' At the home of Mr. and Mrs.,J. T. Fire Protertio-,1. W.' Andrevn; .

tM* )Mi-if it is possible to do so, thatpsiicat J.W.M.O.Fralick.Brooks do juror'_inquest Ed. _Hicks_ 2.U by the state militia would bring to down the bird. Moore's in the forenoon, June 16. chairman' ; S. A. Bryan, and'C;, C. Lives
At '
r x Lawtey school
off these sections and leave A. H. William., do .25 trial a man belonging to the opposite in the afternoon, ingston.
Walter Deal do ____ June 16.Boatdrain.
East Starke Drainage District J. I. Lloyd, do -_ .._...-,---. Z'.H US faction. It is far better to suffer the HAND BLOWN OFF. Rales, Laws and Ordinance K D;;
Jbt i as the original map shows. Will Smith do _. US inconvenience of having to travel school, June 17. Wainright, chairman; G. ,Cj.: Living.
Joe I
constable r-_. 490 Hack Moore, son of Mr. C. F. Kelly
Respectfully yours, Dr. D. C. Witt. M. D. io.'oo eighteen or twenty miles and attendto school, June! 18. Eton, and,S. A. Bryan. !
lfl H. B., WEST. Ceo. A. Gardiner coroner _? 940 Moore, of Raiford, had his right hand The Rising club will meet at tie Council
J. M. Ahrarea, juror' inquest of Ella court matters in peace and safety adjourned to meet,cext: :regular _
: Starke, Fbu, Jane 1, 1914. Thomas .__.. 1 01 than to have blown off by dynamite last Saturday.The home of Mrs. Mien Brownlee. meeting. i :
a court house in this
T the Board J. W. White, do __ lios Moore boy and Rance Petty were
: of Commission-
County Roy Turner do __ 1.01 town ,with danger of an internecinewar C. A. FUTCH, ctolLI
.I.ra, of Bradford. county:- Lawrence Be ent. do ._ 1.& engaged in the dangerous sport of DOUGLASS ELECTED.An .. ,
Hill Adams do _-. _--- 1.0 breaking out at any moment, .
OthtIemen: O. E. killing fish with dynamite. Theywould
Alvarez do .
-? 1.01 caused from the location error in the election COMFORT AL.
geographies returns soc
Your drainage commission S. B. Denmark sheriff 4.60 place a fuse in a stick of dyne
upon Geo. A. Gardiner, coroner _. 4.0 of a county building. Don't coos printed in the Telegraph last week ; All fire ladies i4o
westigation, finds that the south tier mite, light the fuse and then throw in Starke are to .y-
..f;sections--embracing sections 13, sour Building Fiat 668.1& ry, however, about the location of a the dynamite.into the water. One of made it appear that Mr. N. H. Stokes : help make and equip the contort bags ''

F. N. Andrews, court house in Lake Butler, as it will had defeated Mr. J. E. Douflass for I for.,,the soldier
.f4,1516 and 17, of Township 7, R. com as tress -- 9.82 the sticks of dynamite exploded prematurely boys' at Ft. lade arc
'It-4ere not embraced in the engi- Total -_ -9.82 be, if ever, long after many of the and blew off the Moore boy's member of the county board of public invited to meet with Mrs,AH, Freeman

.,!r's first Drainage Find. "bean-bellied" citizens that are now instruction in district No. 1, whereas, at her home Walnut
report and estimates ofIltt hand. on rtreet d-
: P. right
N. Andrews, com an tress ...___ 7.72 in
t, J;drainage, preposition, and, to H. E. Lagergren. engineer 25.00 attempting to rule or ruin, have been Mr. Douglass ,was the nomi- 4, o'clock Friday afternoon. t Tie affair
I H. E. Lagergren, engineer 25.00 called before old St. Peter to renderan nee. The vote was as follows
Void i :,Doug will be known
complications, we recommend H. E. Lagergren, engineer 49.60 Take the Telegraph home with you as the "CaadodBag
|tut; your Board a resolution I H. E. Lagemen engineer 80.00 account of their selfish and disas- lass, 519; Stokes, 479. Social," and a pleaetuit
pass 1.50 very as
W. A. Bessent, 2 days inspecting 6.00 J per year. .
l ITi dnating the said sections from I G. C. Livingston, cutting right of way S&25 trous doings in this town. well'as profitable afternoon' ix' antis ''
[m B. A. Mills, refund on erroneous assessment Suppose the citizens of Lake Butler An election was held in the Starke >
drainage territory.. ____ J(0 cipated.* The above is'a ecnRal and,
;r't 1 Resp ictfuly submitted, G.O. C.A. Livingston Thrower ,do ?- .-_ 22.00 try the experiment of getting together who attempts to cross the line. We school district Saturday for the purpose personal ,invitation to a-If. who:>ad it. -

'l' 1 1f ''Wm..'F,,' MALPHURS, C'''m. G. C. Livingston,' on on contract contract _- 60.00 60.00 for one month, and if business could thenhave, two prosperous and of electing three trustees and --'- < '

.rn t'U.. D.MINER:. ,: G.G. C.C. Livingston Livingston,, on on contract contract __ 60.00 60.00 does not pick up during that time, peaceful villages with electric lights, determining, the amount .of mflkge : In a modern war.there are: gallons

,(:j r. rJAS,E. BLACK, committee. G. C.. Livingston oa contract _' 60.00 split again and build a stone wall waterworks, etc, separated by.an im- for the coming year. Messrs. E. S. and gallons of ,innocent ink shed.-'

',IRved by 0 the Board of Countynera'in' G.G. C.C. Livingston Livingston,, on on contract contract _- SO.OO(0.00 from the lake shore due south and just pregnable and unsurmountable, barricade Matthews, D. E. Knight an'd L. C. Times-Union. ..,/,

i" regular session, G.G. C.C. Livingston Livingston,, on contract _, 60.00 east of the Tunes'office to a point each town maintaining its own Powell were elected trustees and a .. '. : 4
on contract : I
: ,Srst.,:of June, A. D. 1914.: TT.X several furlongs beyond the* railroad city government, beef market and levy of three mills was assessed for I Read the Telegraph-|1.50 per:year.k
.),!..,t ?made known:to 'die Board (Continued on Page Eight) tracks,"and then shoot the first man barber shop. i I school purposes.. f l I I l Telegraph, |-1.50 .per.),'ear"
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: Attractive' Prices On .American. Wire. Fence ; want Kuzdu', and it oar'will farmers fill a 'long unfortunately felt ,Ready for Tomorrow ? _
: among ;
:" Come In however the supply of plantsis HOfSCS QHEd* flltTf feed K8B flHflPmCTlty than ; ,
.; .: ; other farm animals.* la order to insure thorough 1 1M ni BeeDse ;:
,. H" :! : very limited and: the demand: for 'digestion of all the food eaten,and to make your> STOCK tclj.p' l
I : them can not be fully supplied for bones readier for next day's work, add tonheireveaiag rer tanes uriof proposttioi lT i 6
m's JONES to come.' feed a teaspoonful olRA on feed h aba nukef
DeWITT many years then butty,thiivtassMSTOCKarslebavaa!
Kuzdu is perfectly hardy all over
the United States and endures the TV ,
Hardware Lumber winters as far north as Nova Scotia.It DCCJJCC- MEDICINE 'RF.D.N&I.OTJeftNe&t.

will, therefore be a valuable crop B wm hoes your feed bins. ;
in the northern states as well as in ZSc50caadSI.pcrcaaTHIS .
II wm JJwrcue: JOII' profits ss JOQr re.aa a
A the south, although the longer grow- .p R.
ing season of the south will be an advantage. .
..+ + ++++ + + + + + + + + + of GOO soldiers, twenty officers and I[put in the barn. For this reason .
twenty-four ecclesiastics. He treated j( it can be easily cured in the fieldsi -Florida.Bulletin.-

t + ELLS OF,OUR CHARMS. + the Indians with terrible cruelty and i stacks under duck covers, thereby:
laid the foundation for the hatred avoiding the expense of building ..........' .........

I + + + + + + + + + *+ + + ever after borne for the Spaniards by barns and saving labor by using j,.+ STAPLE CROP FOR FLORIDA. ++ Insurance Agency is one

r1 them. France and Spain fought over sweep rakes instead of hauling the
article on Florida the oldest institutions in :k
.. W. Barber and pub- the territory for a,,number of years hay on wagons after first cutting it ... . . . .
but it remained under the dominionof with a mowing machine and raking it Bradford' County. Not
Jackson (Mich.) Patriot a
Spain for a long time and made no into windrows with a common horse Experiments on a small scale in
a* editorial reproduction.correspondence Mr. Barber is says worthyof in progress.In rake. The hay is worth about 20.00 growing broom corn have been madein bank in the county and only one

1702 the British laid siege to St. per ton and up making the productionof different portion of the state and
part: railroad when it started.
I Augustine by land and sea, but failedto an acre yield $200.00 or over. many of these have proven most satisfactory -
k' Extending farther south and with a capture it Again in 1740 St. Kuzdu is of even greater value for demonstrating that this

longer coastline than any other- state Augustine was besieged by the English grazing purposes than for hay as it crop can be grown on a paying basis. Must Be Giving Universal SatisfactionJ.
y. in the union, the temperature of Flor-
but successfully defended. Yet those who have these
was requires no cultivation after the first mawe experiments
ida is modified by the adjacent salt
War continued between England andSpain have rot followed the
season and will thrive upon land thatis up
aQ seas. The result round.is an equable climate until 1748 when a truce was too poor and 'rough for any other lead and planted on a large scale. R. Davis & Co., Starke, Fla. j
year agreed upon between these two savage crop. It has been carefully tested on In agricultural districts it is a hard
Its genial climate has made Florida "nations with the final result that all of the types of soil found in Florida matter to break away from old-time

the winter garden of this country.: the British took possession. Any rule and found to do well on all of methods and old-time crops. .

Among its claims and advantages are was better than that of Spain. Then them, from pure sand to the stiffest > With the continued addition to the -
these. It ships' annually 100,000 carloads began for Florida,a period of prosperity clay provided the land is sufficently farming population of Florida thereis
of fruit and vegetables to the and many industrious settlers a demand that the farmers should -
drained to admit the growing of corn
'< northern markets; produces 40 per established homes in the colony. or velvet beans; where the soil is too take an advanced stand in the devel- Bradford County -1!
cent of tire island long
sea or
Shortly after the achievement of
wet to grow these successfully it is opment and growing of staple crops;
cotton of the United States from 250t
; independence from British misrule by also too wet for Kuzdu. Like any crops that do not have to be sent immediately
t, 300 ,bushels of sweet potatoes to this Florida ceded backto Abstract
country was CompanyA
other crop Kuzdu will make a stronger to market on account of
k the from 100 to 300 bushels of
acre; to the detriment of
Spain, greatly : growth on rich land but it does their perishable nature.
Irish potatoes; from 400 to 600 crates the English settlers and of complete record of Bradford County lands
a period
well on land that is too poor for oth- The value of broom corn is several
of other vegetables; from 500 to 800 retrogression under Spanish domination er hay crops and rapidly improves the hundred dollars per ton, and going up. Land Titles Real Estate Investment
of strawberries several hun-
quarts ;
ensued. The English authorities soil by drawing in nitrogen from the A grocer says: rooms that .we
dred boxes of strawberries several
't ; hated Americans intensely and this air through its leaves and fixing it in paid $2.25 to $2.50 per dozen for fiveor
hundred boxes of grapefrut and was the evident cause of transferring the "soil by means of the bacteria six years ago cost us now $6.50 .-
oranges; from one to three tons of ,
the territory back to Spain immde- "
in the tubercles on its roots for it per dozen. For years the .price of
pineapples; a total of 10,000,000 bushels iately after our revolutionary war, in -- ..
s has the same power that cow peas brooms has been advancing. ---
of corn in a year; great yields of
which England was badly beaten. In and other legumes have in this respect Broom corn can be grown in the ,-
sugar cane; large quantities of lumber 1795 Spain sold West Florida to ..
t a This addition of ,nitrogen to southern section of Florida as a second ->. -L=
c and turpentine; one-half of the France. In 1811 in view of probablewas the soil and the protection from wash- crop and will mature fully when = -

1 phosphate produced in the United with Great Britain, the United I ing rains and the baking heat of the there are no frosts to kill the plant. ;
States' and one-third
of the world'sproduct \
States resolved seize Florida in
to or sun afforded by the dense growth of If the farmers would go into the
der to prevent the British from occupying vines, causes rapid improvement in planting of broo mcorn it would open I
Florida had 851,399 inhabitants in it English troops took possession the,quality of the land planted in Kuz- the way for a fc.rge manufacturing iI
1910, a gain of 42 per cent in ten of Pensacola in 1814, with the G-
J; du; even poor, wornout land soon be- industry and at the same time createa
.. years. Its area is 58,680 square miles consent of Spanish authorities, but in comes like the rich soil that has been home market for the product of the I'
y 37,555,000 acres; under cultivation November of that year the place was recently cleared from the virgin forest farm. The farmer would not have to I .H
j about 2,000,000 acres; density of pop- captured by Gen. Andrew Jacksonand Yet although poor land becomes depend on commission merchants fox'q t r 0

elation, 13.8 a square mile comparedwith the British garrison expelled. rich with in a few years when plantedin the sale of his straw. There is no n r- '-rrTCP ir U i_ ,J X_
405 in ,Massachusetts, and is In 1819 Florida was ceded by Spainto
long tiresome of
Kuzdu it is advisable to use some process curing and
seven times as big territorially. Its the United States. July 10, 1821, fertilizer on such soil the first season fitting the straw for the market. The .
,., appropriate flower is'the orange blossom the Spanish flag was hauled down and
in order to hasten the growth of the cultivation is the same as that of
4 ; it motto, ,"In God Is Our Trust. the American stars and stripes hoist tComplete
:' Kuzdu until it can draw in this atmospheric ..
1 Leading agricultural products 'include ed at all military stations. In 1822 it nitrogen. After this it will note corn.After the early crop of potatoes,

cotton, tobacco, pears, peaches 1 became an organized territory of th require fertilizing, for its deep root tomatoes, peppers, eggplant or other
1;: pecans in the northern counties; vegetables ; United States. From' 1835 to lilt i' system draws potash and phosphoric crops plant the broom'corn seed, cul- Visible Wnting ,

,of all kinds in all parts of thefete was lh: leu e of abrost constant Ti acid from the sub-soil while its leaves tivate the same as for corn and the
t'" h ? but especially in the southern di"n *,73ti'r e. The Seminoles 'ov.-o draw all the nitrogen needed by thee crop is made.-Homeseeker. This is the great distinctive feature of the Model{ ID r
:;:Z1' ?egon; grapefruit oranges and other their land rind their homes and w" plant from the air. In this way the .

.citrus varieties in the highland southern !knave and fearltfs fghters.: The -*: soil becomes richer every year insteadof JIIIIIIIIIII. MIIIIIMIM .

,section; melons generally. The Mary road from Tan {.a to the At'.in- becoming exhausted as from grow- ,

finest grapefruit and oranges are lie roast passed fcrt.ugh the southern ing grasses for hay. These deep roots +tCHURCHES *+ '. W.

i produced, in sgni-tropical south FlorIda part of Polk county. Finally the In live to a great age and become stronger 111111111111.111111111111Baptist.

; pineapplei, cocoa palms, mangoes dians surrendered and most of them and more' vigorous is the years ,

guavas,'all tropical fruits, grow moved beyond the Mississippi river pass by. Rev. C. M. Britton, pastor. Sunday -
naturally or are cultivated with suc into what is now the state of Okla One planting is permanent and the school 9:45 a. m. Morning service

ee a. Raising rly, vegtables and homa. Only a remnant remained un- yield of hay increases as the ground 11 o'clock; evening service, 7
strawberries for northern markets is captured in the impenetrable Everglades becomes more thickly set with plants o'clock. Visitors f
cordially to
Complete Writing means not only that, the writing itself
: IB 1845 Florida became
tt profitable business.' Blackberries from the vines taking root at the worship with us.
and whortleberries grow wild. Manufacturing state. joints. The great number, of vines Episcopal.Rev. is visible but that the operating machinery which produces thet..

textile goods from native Now, Americans from every section struggling for light and air have a E. A. Sherrod, rector. Services writing is also visible. Above all it means that the keyboard "Ii
palmetto is a new industry. of this great republic are seeking tendency to become more slender and completely visible.
home in this land of lakes and first Sunday in every month :_:.
y ,: Scattered through the flat woods sunshine leafy also and this improves the y >
and among the hills are thousands of and in response to accurate quality of the hay by eliminating any Christian. Why? Because h is the only typewriter having, a key for every _

lakes, those in the highlands being knowledge the state has entered up. coarse vines, thereby enabling, horses Rev. Ernest House pastor Serviees character-bence the character printed by each key is always the sand, :;
the deepest'nd purestThe on a new era of progress and pros and other live stock to eat it up morningand night of each second This distinctive feature has
won for the Smith Premier Typewrite
St. Johns is Florida's principal perity. clean without wasting any of it. The and fourth Sunday of the month. j!
river and navigable by large steamers vines that run along the surface a vast army of loyal users. :
J&5 miles from the It + + + . . . Presbyterian.No
sea. throw
parallels roots at the joints that be- regular pastor. Sunday. school j I ;I'
i the East Coast, rising far southand + A GREAT FORAGE CROP. + come new plants and bind the soil at 10 a. QL J I r ;
flowing north until it empties into + firmly together thereby preventingthe Methodist

the Atlantic. Jacksonville, twenty- + + + + ++ + + + + + + + + + + washing and eroson of hillsides Rev. B. T. Rape, pastor. Sunday Smith Premier DepartmentRemington
two miles, from its mouth, is the I by heavy rains. While this improvement school at 9:45, a. m. Morning' service -
state's largest city and'has made remarkable The ,Kuzdu vine gives promise I ,of the soil is taking place the at 11 o'clock; evening service Typewriter: Company L

progress in recent years. of being one of the leading sources of field is giving fine returns to its own- 7:30' o'clock. Visitors cordially iavited 226 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. FJ"ridl: ; IL
Ocean 'steamers are at its wharves wealth in the southern states in fu er by the immense supply of rich to attend. 1

every day in the year There are ture. It is really a pea vine that green forage on which the cattle, .

a-' 'several fine harbors-Fernandina' at springs up from the roots when the horses and other live stock'can graze, SEABOARD TIME TABLE.On .
c'' the mouth of the St. .Mary's river first warm days come in the spring of thereby keeping fat and in fine health

.' 'at. St. Augustine, America's oldest the year and grows vigorously untila at a very small cost for eight months and after Sunday, April 12,,

city; at Pensacola, ,Tampa, Charlotte killing freeze comes in the fall This in the year. 1914, trains will run as follows:

and Key West the southernmost point gives a growing season of at least. The roots of Kudzu penetrate so No. 3, Jacksonville to due When'You WantI
efthe; United States fastened to:the eight months in the year during, whichseveral deeply as to make it proof againstany at Starke 11:02 a.m. Tampa, .
mainland by the steel rails of Flag cuttings of hay can' be made dry weather that is ever likely to 1 I
Tor's sea-going railroad and furnish (some instances are known where 4 : prevail here., This ,feature and its No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa due I
ing fast facilities for trade with Central cuttings of hay, averaging two and : peculiar habit of neither blooming or at Starke, 11:14 p.m. Horse A Mule ti

and South America' and the fertile one-half tons per cutting and makinga bearing seen ,under field culture No. 15,. Jacksonville to Cedar Key., .
islands of southern seas. The total yield of ten tons to the acre causes the vines to remain green and due at Starke 3:12 p.m. ,4 r I

r Florida, keys are remarkabale coral in' a single season, have been made)). growing during the entire term from No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville dueat

M formation-the name "key" is from This hay is of the highest quality, be spring to fall The hay can accordingly Starke, 3:49 p.m. Buggy Wagon

the. Spanish cayo an island-mark' ing equal to cow pea or alfalfa and be cut at any time that is con No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville, due _x
ing the northernmost liimt of the much richer than timothy.The venient when weather conditions are at Stark, 4:54 a.m. i

mighty Gulf Stream as it sweeps out average analysis made by the suitable for curing the hay as Kazdu No. 14, Cedar Key to 'Jacksonville, A Set of Harnesst
from the Gulf of Mexico, swings I state chemist of Florida shows protein does not become injured by waiting due at Starke 7:45 a.m.

around the southern point of the great I! 17.43 per cent and starch and I for good weather as other hay cropsr Starke and Wannee Brach. t
peninsula and begins its northern sugar 30.20 being a somewhat richer This feature gives an immense
course through the Atlantic ocean. food than wheat bran. Another remarkable advantage over any other hay crop. No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 a.m. Come to See Us
From this hemisphere Florida represents feature is that although the Kuzdu is propagated by means of No. 104 arrives at Starke 2:45 :

almost the beginning of his hay is as rich as alfalfa yet it is entirely the plants that have rooted from the Seaboard Limited Trains 9 and 10

tory. Twenty-one years after Columlii1s free from tendency to cause joints of the vines and when trans' No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa du! We buy in car lots and give our: cus
made his first voyage to America loose bowels and bloat in horses andother 1 planted carry with them on theirroots at Starke 12:51 p.m. tomers the benefit of the lowest prices

on March 27, 1513, Ponce de Leon live stock that interferes so seriously the tubercles that are needed to No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville due
sighted the coast near St. Augustine.Landing wit hthe use of alfalfa. When inoculate the soil of the new field so at Starke 6:10 p.m.
he named the territory Florida moistened Kudzu hay becomes almost as to provide for the
nitrogen T. J. GRIFFIN Agent
r, -that was on Easter Sunday-in like fresh foliage again and makes an from the air into the soil In planting J. W. ANDREWS & SON f

Spanish, Pasqua Florida the Feast excellent green ration for poultry in Kuzdu, first plow the land deeply Take the Telegraph home with you

of Flowers. Under four flags Spanish winter. It is well adapted for use in and harrow it, then check it in to$1.50 per year. .
,-French, English and American it making mixed feed
stuffs and for all rows 8 1-2 feet apart each way setting -
t has retained its appropriate name, it other purposes that alfalfa can be a plant at each check.
S search for gold and the fountain of used for. along the bottom of the Lay furrow taproots Malaria or Chills & Fever r I Starke Florida
perpetual youth Ponce de Leon and The hay cures very quickly retaining with ,
crowns slanting upward to within No.668 I
Prescription u prepared capon Wly 1
successors mueh'of
explored the its leaves and
green color two inches I
of the surface. This for MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER.. ,
territory.In instead of shedding as cow, peas and requires 1,018 plants per acre. Give Five or six doss will break any caw, aDd \
1539 Hernando De Soto landed velvet beans' do; in fair weather it them level cultivation if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not I ,
at Tampa Bay with a murderous force requires only one day before it is during the first return. It acts on the liver better thin The
r N; season Calomel and does not gripe or sicken 2Sc Telegraph ,$1.50 Per, 'Year-!

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I 'Construction of tour mammoth ] One of our truckers remarked to ,. .

r\jSiNt' i plant, houses for the Royal Poinciana I us; yesterday that the seasons havebeen

STATE NEWS. ,nurseries will be under way by the I the worse this year ever known

t f I .."f.. end of this week, work on two of within the history of the trucking bus- When Your Blood Is Right
: '
: .h them
having started already. These iness. First there was cold, nipping ,

t : ';_=. : i houses will be tfaee glass structures, frosts and blighting cold winds, fol-

'aiTWfi That Are Happening, All Over Florida ;. each measuring 200 feet long and 20 lowed by a long continued drought,

S '* -x feet wide, and a lath house measuring breaking all records, and then parch- rour Whole System Is Right

As Told' By Our Exchanges, .: 200 feet long and 10 feet wide. Con ing winds. It is almost a wonder

"' i1 *, struction of the lath house was com that truck of any sort has stood up i

menced this morning while the foun- under it But, worse than all, the

Ham,;day, of Kissimmee who're- ceptionally good opportunity of study- dation of one *f the glass houses is prices have gone dead wrong. Beans

', jjafl married a 13-year old girl, was ing the geology' of that part of the laid and foundation for the other two dropped so low that many cars failedto If You Have Any Blood or Skin Diseas Q'oNot.

\: [ in the pen for state, the limestones being exposed .... ,
s \ sentenced to one year are being hud at present. Between pay transportation charges. Thousand -
from home, with a along the canals and in Lake Okee- Delay Until It Is Too Late But Order
j r enticing her away 40,000 and 50,000 plants have been ? of crates were compelled to rot ,

51 i,view of carrying out a marriage contract chobee. The state survey will issue purchased to stock these houses as : in the fields. The same hard luck ,
in the 'neat future a report 'On the TODAY
.H etindes tell.t soon as they are completed.-St. Petersburg -: pursued the cabbage growers. The
state. .
IndependentJames drought,held back the tomatoes and ,
i H t 'Word.comes from Apalachicola that now they are reaching the markets in

tithe\ crop of honey produced in thr' Peaches are rapidly becoming one competition with tomatoes from all .
and Frank Billsmadea HOT
section will amount to more than 1- of the staple fruits raised m this section SPRINGS KEMEDY'AComplete
: [t No several good shipments to catch last Saturday that made the up and down the east coast and Geor-
barrels of very high grade. as
600 gia and Alabama. It is likewise fear-
"f claims the northern markets are in evidence. fishing enthusiasts sit up and take no-
S' 'rwowter Editor Johnston \
ed that the cantaloupes and watermelons -
commenced last tice, They engaged the only "silent"
the sweetest These shipments
I I girls are
ivApalachieola and Positive
will reach more or less glutted Remedy for
Don Martin and his good little motor
all harvested.
Gainesville Sun. time before crops were
f universe.-
( w the
have '
markets. If truckers could -
boat the "Red Bird to take them our
r Several shipments of green com have ; SYPHILIS ECZEMA ERYSIPELAS ACNE
.. had a repetition of last season they ,
; The catch for about five hours -
out ,, .
Seville, in the north end of the been made, while the tomato shipments A
*'* i of are increasing. The output fishing was a record-breaker, consist- would today be investing in gov- MALARIA, RHEUMATISM .
is marketing quite a
'county,, ernment bonds, yachts and other millionaire ..
.i hei J. C. Robinson and S. T. from this station will amount to about ing of eighteen sea bass, nine sea I
pea B ker are car lot Shippers. The three hundred crates.KissimmeeJournal. trout, and one big cavalia. Twenty- playthings.-Ocala Banner. And All Other Forms of Blood and Skin Disease

eight fish, total weight 262 pounds.I
:peach crop and the spring potato crop President W. J. Harrahan, General
CoL Bills he expects;when Pol-
bring to that section quite a sum of 1
Superintendent Lake and First As-
money for the growers.-DeLandRecord. Palatka, Fla.-The Rodman Lumber lard has had a little more experiencethat Hot Springs Physicians Pronounce This the Greatest
sistant to the President, Selden, of
Company at Rodman in this county they can beat this catch for under -
t (Putman) is engaged in"an extensive bis able coaching, Pollard is becoming the Seaboard Air Line Railway, were I Blood'and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on- the Market *. <

\ under scheme of drainage which when com- quite proficient with the rod in the city Wednesday afternoon on a
i t The new canning plant now
tour of investigation with a view of
whole sections and reel The fish were all caught
construction in Tallahassee willl oe pleted will place two ,
: 1,280 acres of the rich lands about around the mouth of Banana river developing the beach and especiallyto Full
; ('ready for work about the first of July. Course Treatment Three
for the operation of,trains
four miles arrange -
north of Melbourne. Mel
; :This establishment is to be a model the company's plant in shape for cul- ,
between Fernandina and the beach.
\ tivation. It is the of the bourne 'Times.Pathetic .
Ur'equipped with the most approved purpose
No definite conclusions were reached Bottles
and of to then engage in growing Single .
t machinery 'having a capacity company ,
while here but the committee is assured ,
potatoes, celery and other One and tragic is the story
;t i -iSjOOO cans or more per that thf'.matter of transportation .
'... r o ille Sun. hundred acres of potatoes win be told by the Fort Myers Press of the I Bottle $5.00
to and from the beach by the railroad i t
planted the coming winter, togetherwith lonely trip made by ox team from
-will be given immediate consid-
,}Rumor his it that a factory is to a large area in celery. Gradual- the heart of the Everglades to Fort eration and it is probable that -withina WePrepare a Remedy for Every Disease

:be built at New Smyrna for the pur- ly cultivation will be extended over Myers, by a man and his little short time arrangements for the *'

i&pose of utilizing the'leaf of the scrubyalmetto the whole tract daughter conveying the remains of : s
operation of trains will be made. Thematter'
t ; and the cabbage palm. Theta the wife and mother, to give the lov- of future development of the 'Write Us Your Troubles: All Correspondence Private

'raw:: (material is abundant in that seeI .A redfish weighing twenty-four ed one civilized burial The familywas beach property and the making of a

": tion, and many useful articles can be pounds, was caught at Johns pass this connected with an Indian mis- will '
resort also receive.the early at- Hot
made from the leaves and fiber.Kami .- morning by M F. Hickman, a repre- sion, and the woman was stricken Springs Medicine Co. z
tention of the S. A. L. railroad and by ? .
Herald. sentative of the Mergenthaler Lino- suddenly and died, neither physiciannor
the season of 1915 it is believed that 827 1-2 Central Ave. Hot Springs Arkansas
," type Co., of New Orleans. Mr. Hick- undertaker being available. Ina ,
f our beach will be the promi-
; f 'The merchants of St. Petersburg. 'man.and his wife were in'a launch at covered wagon the trip of 80 miles nent resorts of the among Southern states. ;

ire"making tentative plans for sales the time and the redfish put up a I was made at a snail's pace and one Amelia beach is one of the finest on ft

l(days; to be held each week throughout severals minutes' fight before being can imagine the experience of the the South Atlantic coast, and when- A BOTEL YOU WOULD LIKE'TOUR FAMILY TO STOP AT ,
the'coming three months. Arthur brought in. This is thought to be the man and child during the 36 long sad the ..
ever necessary development is
Norwood, secretary-of the Merchants' record redfish of the season at the hours before civilization was reached. made it will reckon with the most WINDLE HOTEL

.association, sent out letters explain- pass. Last night, while fishing from Florida is truly yet in the pioneer popular resorts of the state.-Fer-

ling and calling a meeting, which was the dock at St Johns pass, Mr. Hick- stage, so far as some portions of the The meet delightful family and commercial hotel in 'the city. Just the place to' make'
nandina News-Record. :Tour bead JUIIrtelS while on a shopping tour or enroot* North Lorated.in .f .
.held Monday night. The purpose of : man hooked a tarpon, but It escaped state are concerned.-Lakeland Tele- shopping and theatre district Cool com Portable and aU nwxkrn noqbears pop-
.these speieal sales days is to keep up I before he had time to secure it-St gram.A fff + '1Ff ."E'Ff'+ f +'f nlar prices. Worthy of your patronage.

trade. Petersburg Independent. + f JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA '

model farm, equipped and pre- + WHAT TO PLANT IN JUNE. +

t The lime is coming into its own, a Mutton's ripe-at least the St. Au- pared for cropping at a minimumcost + + ; ;

grove on one of the keys below Miami gustine market is now being supplied and so arranged that an all the .+++++++*..+..*+ +++ '

having been sold a few days ago for with as fine home raised mutton as year round income may be derived In northern and western Florida: Oar Watch and Cloci Repairing -

$31500 in real money. The demand one could wish. Mr. Vinton Pacetti, from it, is the plan of P. J. Franklin, Will more than please
for limes is already than the of the' Mill'Creek neighborhood, who Vegetable garden-The sowing dur- t ;you. Estimates given e
greater proposes to lay out such a placein ing this month is similar to the cheerfully. Prompt service -
-.-supply, and when the, merits of the brought in ,eight fine carcasses this Miami Gardens, six miles west of pre- 1
ceding. ((The growing crops will re- \ ., /
We Pay Parcel Port
fruit become more widely known the morning, the heaviest weighing six- Ojus, and by carefully keeping tab
quire attention as weeds grow fast Ckargeft Ou Way.
f growers win have to plant much ty-four pounds. The sheep were se- on every cent of expenditure and inoue during this month. ,r I JEWELRY DIAMONDS i ti }

greater acreage than now' exists to lected from flocks running on the work out data which may be Corn be planted for the last NOVELTIES ,

>(' begin!to be able to produce as many range and the fine marketable shapeof invaluable to farmers. Forty acres supply of may roasting ears, also a few R. J. RILES i

as.they.. can selL-Orlando Sentinel. the meat speaks for itself. The will be devoted to this work. A substantial water and musk melons. Cucumbers, JaeluoavUle, Fla.

Pacetti Brothers are pioneers in the
concrete house, designed especially and
squash pumpkins planted during
'#> That coffee will grow in Lee countyi sheep raising industry of St. Johns I for Florida farm uses, is to this month generally do well, but if -- y

Las been demonstrated by W. H. Bal and they have demonstrated the fact be built; a gasoline for lifting squash sweet toma-
pump the weather is hot and dry, they re- pers potatoes, perintendent-in the latter place, the '
r' loo, of Fort Myers. Mr. Ballon while that it is a most profitable and
witer, both for domestic and irriga- quire an abundance of water. toes, watermelons. pastor's daughter, Miss Witherspoon,

iT Wt undertaking to raise coffee as aJy pleasant branch of the farm in this tion purposes, will be installed; a Southern Prolific, Early Golden Tampa and southward: Butter but was not at a Junior meeting. The

;:f rep, has nevertheless succeeded in county.-St.. Augustine Meteor. chicken run and houses provided anda Cluster Wax, Indian Chief or Pole beans, cabbage seed, celery seed, cowpeas third "live wire" was the plan to give

:t producing some excellent beans and pig and cow installed as the necessary Black Wax, Kentucky Wonder and eggplant seed, peppers, squash, from each society five dollars or less

4-has, proved that the'coffee plant will Britt Sanders, of Ocala, was here live stock, besides the mules 'or White Creascback Pole Beans are the sweet potatoes, tomato plants and. I if necessary, to the Headquarters

.t grow and thrive in. that section. And Tuesday morning and he was in a bad horses. It is the idea to make the best to plant this month, as they can seed, watermelons., Fund of Boston. '

Ji come time, perhaps, coffee, which is shape, too. While driving his auto- place self sustaining, and to so plan stand more heat than other varieties. Friends furnished street car,. hack .

i' ewe of. the staples, will be added to mobile between Dunnellon and Ocala the; crops during the entire year that Continue to set out sweet potato slipsor ff + ftfffffff + fff fare, etc., to a large extent The
she, long and list of Monday he got,out to repair a tire
;'j ; interesting good there will be always something to vines. f "dollar" fund on the secretary's: last
:ahings'raaed abundantly in Florida. trouble, and it was sprinklnig some, market-Miami Metropolis.Don't :
Sow all kinds of radishes, endive for FLORIDA C. E. UNION. ft year "salary" heJped'on railroad fare
i Tines-Union. but not raining. Sudenly bolt of
v a
.< salad, lettuce. Before sowing, soak fffft and other expenses of the journey: ,
1 lightning struck a tree nearby, and tell B. M. Hall and Leo Ca- the seeds for two hours in water, take fff + ff tt and special collections at United
G. E. Mixon of Largo, who is one of coursed down it into the ground, tearing '
the big pellia that sea serpents are a myth. them out, put in a piece of cloth and Interlachen, Fla., June 4, 1914.Dear Brethren church, Tampa, and in Bus
of the
strawberry growers big hole in the Britt
i WeLt roast same. wasterribly They maybe won't believe you. thurs- set in a cool damp place, or if con- C. E. Union Friends:- kin and Union Center, helped also in
was visitor to the
a city shocked, he saying it seemedat
day afternoon these well known gen- venient in an ice box, which is best. Your secretary is home again. this way.
Xcnday.: Mi. Mixon has three acres the time is if had swat-
from some one tlemen were bass fishing on the point Keep the cloth moist and in four to Leaving on April 20th getting back There were socials, a picnic,,a real,
which he marketed boxes
20,000 ted him across the forehead with red
ttu ''He has a north of the inlet when they saw a six days the seeds will sprout Then June 1st., I was away just six weeks. reception, picture shows, and a host ,
year. the ground hot iron. he further
pre- Luckily
snake's head appear in the wash of sow them. It is best to do so in the The places visited were-St Petersburg of other splendid things; planned to
.j Pired to add ,two more acres to his injury, but it almost wonder
1 c'' etch* seems a the surf. Of course it was supposedto evening and give a good watering.If Lake Magdalene, Ruskin, (Tam give me "a good time." The first 20

4u and expects next year to pro- that he was not instantly killed.- be a sea serpent and they set about the seeds are sown without be- pa, West Tampa, and Lakeland in the days I had. te rest quietly most: of
: 39,000 boxes., AU of his product Inverness Chronicle.
.is'marketed by himself, locally at its capture. Mr. Capellia began the ing sprouted, ants will be likely to south-western district the time in but three towns. Then ,1

t: bombardment with a club aimed at carry them away before they can ger- Kissimmee Union Center, Winter commenced the itinerary planned for
pOlt'Springa Clearwater St. Pe-
Jacksonville Fla. H. C. Schrader
' the head. This caused it to take a sort minate, and the seedsman be blamedfor Park, Oviedo, Sanford, Munroe, in some weeks before. '

. fcnburg and other nearby points.T .- president of the H. C. Schrader Company of Huertan attitude, trying to coil selling seeds that did not grow. south-central distrcit, also the. Union (The '18 Y. P., and 1 Junior society
,. upon Springs Progressvie.
w'c-t SfcSw4.: this, and vegetable distributors, I. in the surf, hissing and acting alto- This sprouting has to be done from society in the colored school, Robert personally interviewed were as follows 7

: *, '&*.;;Mar? Kohn, of near Bassett, I I of city, has been appointed one gether very indignant It was then May to September or, if the weatheris Hungerford, near Winter Park.In : Presbyterian, 5; Congregational '
of the eight commissioners who will '
JtJlM some; adventures with snakes, and seen that it was a rattlesnake and it warm and dry in the latter month, north-eastern district, Crescent 6; United Brethren, 4;' Union, 3;

:t'-'> at that While gathering take charge of the Florida state ex- was soon dispatched. What it was up to the middle of October. Should City, Pomona and Jacksonville. Thisis Christian j

.: '' eacmaliera she almost stepped on a hibition at the' Panama-Pacific Exhi- doing in the surf no one could say the weather be moist and cool in the a total of sixteen towns in three It is probable that the long delayed

tt; titlei of the diamond-back variety; bition. Mr. 'Schrader was officially because rattlesnakes like the sand fall it can be dispensed with. districts. correspondence of an active state secretary t
notified of his
-s 1 was killed with a ,plank and on appointment by Com dunes and probably no one has ever Cabbage for the winter crops can Entertainment was loyal and royalin and department superintendent

IVs* the house the children in- missioner W. Walton OUara exposition seen: one in the water before.- St be sown in this month, as the plantsare about twenty-three homes. I was cannot be resumed in real ear. ,

s !-tt her that another was drinking commissioner, who is now organ- Augustine Record. generally easier raised during this not "boarded out" a single place. nest yet; for some of our Executive t

xvt--, ith the chickens; this time a izing this state for the great event. than the following months. There -were union meetings in St. Board is to visit the called Southern ,

f i. MM!-wan used. A short time previous It is also stated that Commissioner The county commissioners have em- Cauliflower may still be sown at the Petersburg and the Tampa City Un- Conference at'Chattanooga,.June '12, i
' wt ?**'walking through a watermel- will announce another appointment ployed Mr. H. S. Moreland supervisorof early part of this month; towards the ion. In all, eighteen Young People's and it will likely be your appreciativeand 'i

e t .-'Jf patch, and saw a rattler. near the to the board in a few days. road construction, and that gentleman end Half Early. Paris, Extra Early societies of our Union and one Junior would-be-faithful worker.

f 3I feet Arrangements will then be made to left Thursday night for Massa- Paris, Early Dwarf Erfurt Henderson's society were visited personally or in GRACE A.. TOWNSEND.
hold 'a
the entire
meeting board in
a. =
is conference with their leaders. e
Snowball can be sown. Some As
chusetts where he to examinethe
r ";' fensen. Fla.The pineapple crop is this city in the near future. roads in the Cape goes Cod section, cultivators transplant them, when there are not more than fifty-five Y. WARNING ,_ k'
to move and from three
fof ig One acre of ground on the Sanibel which are of sand-oil construction. A large enough, at once from the seed P. societies now in our Union, in active Stockholders of the Florida
cars a day are going out from Fire &
M'point. Island is proving a veritable gold test of this kind of road is to be made bed into the open ground, others plant condition, it can be seen that I Casualty Insurance Co. f

;;, ,; Local shipments by. ex- mine to a thrifty Lee county trucker.It between Haskell and the country club them first in dirt bands and trans- was able to get in personal touch. against are warned
selling their stock to
are heavy'and from 200 to 300cites any; par-
plant into the ground later. However, with a goodly proportion. It was
ti has already produced 69 barrels of house, Mr. Hallam having agreed to ties who make efforts :
are moving daily. The crop is watermelons for G. W. Riddle and furnish $2,000 toward the of if transplanted at this time of the fine for me to do it.Another' may by falsestatements
M expense
L 80 to 40 per cent short of nor- as to the value of the
, nineteen of the watermelonS have the road and in order to year they will have to be shaded fora field accomplishment' was.
'There get specific stock, to purchase it at far under its
; will be
heavy shipments
few days and watered until they the meeting of.almost all the officersin '
npes' brought him the tidy sum of $45. Recently details regarding the construction o f: true value, and stockholders .
during the The
are re-
season. carl -
movement Mr. Riddle shipped a barrel the sand-oil roads, Mr. Moreland is have taken a good hold. three districts, and three state quested to communicate such j
yx will continue through any
and containing nine melons to St Louis, making this trip. Mr. Moreland has Sow toamtoes for late crop towards :I workers. facts to the Stockholdersare
': July; The fruit now moving the end of the month. Three "live wire" plans I tried to company.
':&> and
> received $20 for them. Another made a study of good roads and is an also requested to place their fire x
; stood
quality and bringing fair Field Canada Field out. First; to find out when
barrel of ten melons were sent to experienced engineer of ability, and -Cowpeas, carry pos and other insurance with their'

-fe'l- New York and brought $25. He has will fill the position of supervisor of Peas, Soja and Velvet Beans, Sorghum sible the condition of all our existing company and induce their friends own,to

:Dr-,;;E..H. Sellards state geologist,I had reports from the Philadelphia road construction of Polk county in a and all varieties of Field corn societies and the possibilities,for future do the same.

-: on' Saturday from southenda I and Kansas City markets to the effect manner satisfactory to all concerned.Mr. can still be sown. Plant sweet potato growth. Second to "talk Junior Florida Fire & Casualty Insurance

,; ;where during the past rnthat I his melons are selling there for Moreland expects to push to an I slips or vines for a late crop.-Wal- ," This is greatly needed, for .in : CaTo

r >tieka he has examined the limestone i one dollar each. He has lately made early completion the road between I ton Seed Company's Catalogue. all of those nineteen C. E. centers: Prevent Blood Poisoning 4

"". marls of the Everglades. The i a shipment to Cincinnati upon,which Lakeland and Hillsborough line and I In Central Florida. Butter beans, there was found but societies in Lake apply at once the wonderfcl reliable'DK. ;

'. : operations
: !Mnut on.by the state affords an ex- Myers Press. Telegram. 1 seed, cowpeas, eggplant,.parsley, pep-, Presbyterian church. I met the su- ie same dressingUut time. Not relterei a liniment paia 2X.and Soc.heap DAO.at

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little business. And, still further, we + ++ + + ++ + *++ + BALLET-LIDDON7 {

:!Infcri:. Cutty Telegraph\ of our THE exchanges KNOCKER.One remarks. that have not one particle of respect'for a *; -' I. ,Tie horn*' of Mr.and Mrs. Gee, W.Mozol7th To "tie' 'Trading

around and Street 4 .
this is a day of boosters, and boost; man who slides advises .r.,
on" things when<< he has + was tke scene of a very pretty event -- .,-:
mt r Local tad Loaf Distance ftoiei ing. A great majority"of our peopleare us to "jump, to the + + + .+ + + j + + + ++ ... Wednesday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock It was my intention id close-oat ,11
moral attempt ,
Number 40 desirous' of seeing their town not the courage : nr
*&- Everybody watches the census same thing himself. This paper seeksto At any rate, the last of the when in, the,presence of a few, intimate stock and &1> souih, hat' niy burin

grow. not tear down but when- friends and relatives, Margaret b increased to>uch an extent
build ,
report just to see how big they up, cardinals appointed was glad
t 'Published weekly, and entered u have gotten. The thought of ''advancement ever we see' anything that looks like pope did not quit at twelve.- Evelyn, youngest daughter of Df ts: C. I have mad up iky mind to contrt

_ j ;r licovl daaa matter at the post-office seems to be in the popular it ought to be "jumped on" we will Union. W Liddon, and Mr. .Phillip Easton my business. ,at', (.he lime old sta"

-* v s .. -G Btarbe;Florida. mind. jump with both feet, and it won't be Bailey were united in the1 Iraly bondsof in Starker I wB give 'you' afi.t

tell Item: "Suffragettes wedlock, Rev. Rosy Lynn officiatingwith price: '.
for ,
of counter anyone
have sort necessary
Matthews, Editor and owner ,But we also a -
B. S. Oats
that' when or how. To these "don't men- world." And their husbands the very impressive ring- cere- No. 2 White $t80 per' '"
,Editor we
in .
Associate irritant
F K. Bobbins, ... every .
; 'and BasiaeM Maaager commonly speak of as the'kno ker. tion my name" advisers, we would sweeping the kitchen.-St mony. Corn, white, J I il.80. per sae}:,

[k I We always have bad him possibly say, Good night! Adois( Take a Meteor. Mr. Wade B ggs; of Cami&av Ga., Mo. 1 Emothjrfcqr, $L45 per 100'1

,. 12 ,W4 sneak-Laurel! Hill News. acted as best man, and the bride was Shorts: j $1.80
Stub, Florida, Friday, June always will He is with you there in per'Best ack.1H
t Pensacola News.-Before attended by her twin' sisters Misses :
town, and possibly he has a mis- head rice; 5 l-2c per Ib by thesack. ;
your The first question a man asks when moved to Jacksonville there Kathryn and Susan Liddon. Little } ',x.
is the
isR" hard luck sion to filL '
As 3 -rule,of your own folly. But whether you have any use,for he sees a girl flirting is whether she least three men in this Don Mozo carried the ring in1, the Japan net,. i, $:l.5() per "":
'direct result your is a respectable girl or not. You see Stockton. heart of a calla BTy.-
Good flour
I- him or not, you have him, and shouldbe ) 1 .50 per bbl!
how it raises a doubt at once. This The and had
parlor dining rooms' flour
Columbia State says the Out; able to take care of him. Any Merry Wifi>!v rising, ,tha
r.rg The being the case, surely no modest girl Governor Hays, of Arkansas been thrown en suite and'were adorn market
best the
teddytorials again. movement for improvement and bet- on $6.I& per barrel!
:3&olc- will publish can afford the slightest degree of he is proud of his state, which ed with choice cut flowers1'and'potted: Meats. ;:;
K* terment in your community will bring how much he hasn't traveled.
this When the down is -
pastime. The !
.. plants. parlor was effectively to
1 Good habits have a commercial val- him to the fore, and if often happensthat brushed from a peach the beauty is so cola News. festooned in twining ivy'and'plumossThe Smoked platt# j 1-2 e per ly.;!

big dividends in actual local knocker is the very White side' tat..i 141.2c fcSa .,
your per
-c ; 4Qih. one who should be the biggest boosterin Esters Engle.-Some D. S; butts 12t per .*
r and when girl throws
: so a young Blue hydranges and large cut glass
; your town. lightly aside that sweet and modest getting tired of grape-juice vases! filled with pink" oleander and '3-lb tomatoe;, $I.tJO per 41

Opportunity knocks occasionally, It often .happens too, that your reserve so becoming to a maiden, and in regard to Mexico, and want magnolias were placed' on the piano 24b tomatoes' ;., 85c per dos

Trot not often enough to be classed as knocker is not a pessimist at heart which so elevates her and enables her stitute a little ape-shot. The dining room was very attrac- Salmon JIM per dot:;

.4 rm knocker. but simply knocks for lack of under- to command the respect of all, she tive' in a decoration of'shasta daisies Lard per tub

standing. He works against his own loses her greatest charm and becomes Pensacola News.-Let us and "sprigs. The dining ,Tinware- and, grT.'it.- ware as

Most men would rather send two interest against the interest 'of his rather common and cheap, to use no there will be less scrub in asparagus as you want*t.j
table covered with
was an ex- $5'7t1
'r friends to church than to go and take fellow townsman, because he really rash term. Flirting may seem to the Florida legislature than in quisite lace cloth and was centered Read':theTel9gri.ph.

one friend.. doesn't know what is best for him. giddy and thoughtless girl to be won- sion in the history of the with a graceful arrangement of dais- A few hats at absolute,costA

This often happens just because peo- derfully amusing, and she may even ies and lacy ferns. few-pafis of'soes at cost

It is not misunderstanding that ple do not put forth any effort to be- get an idea that she is quite fasci- The Brazilian climate Just before the "Mr. Homer 'D u't"tiliti am:: selling groceries it
It is only thing that disagreed ceremony
Bakes married.folks separate. nating, but it is a most degrading .
better' with those cost: ,
come acquainted |
Boyes "Oh Premise Me.
colonel several millions of sang ,
:pinderstanding.r thing and should be frowned by
about them. upon I have few rawhMebuggy
; The bridal entered the wkrps &t
voters did the same thing in party par-
who has ambi-
A Kentucky woman proposes a day The business men in a certain lit- every young lady an of 1912.-Tampa Times. lor t tion to become and charm-
t e : 'for Father. A night would suit tle city feel the need of a new bridge a worthy weddingmarch rendered"by Mrs. Ed- Matches,' i 45c-per :

Father better. across the river, but the farmers on ing woman. A dark-colored cement bw ward F. Henry.At think:that 1 am selling rrots.:11Don't

l\\w the other side of the river have.been Although six states in the union are quires a strongerlotmdation tne conclusion of thV- ceremonythe cost !:

.}< Dollars to doughnuts that the Bry- told, by some politician perhaps, who without compulsory school attend- other; putting 'the white 'happy couple were showered with 16"balls-:poiish pSt) the regalar 10e', ;

fSf *n primary law will be amended or wishes to curry their favor, that sucha ance laws', and four others have laws I on the structure always ma congratulations and good wishes, sizeGood ;- x

ftY repealed by the next legislature. bridge would be an enormous tax, that apply only partly, definite pro- ghter.-Palhr Beacfc Post. then all repaired to the spacifras, 'oiI rlo i; 2ct-per yard. .

-t and those farmers are almost to a gress during the past decade is reported breezy verandas where a' delightfully Tours;. 4
Huerta bas photographs taken between man against the bridge London suffragettes fight informal hour Block ice J. c. CARTER
ift, .-> propositionjust in a bulletin just issued by the was spent Ii
s! '; drinks and by way of variety because they do not understand United States Bureau of. Education. cers until the mob turns
?W takes drinks between photographs. have them what they deserve; and I served the hostess .
they not stopped and seriously Since 1905 eight states previously were being as-

HH?#** f. '"Who-should do.-the courting' !" considered the situation, they have without compulsory laws have adopted they fly to those ,same those sisted"by) her aunt, Mrs. A H. Freeman SEMI' USA FOIE! ORDERS FMI'BEAMS'
protection. Queer cattle, :
; or Starke her sisters Miss
not realized that the bridge across ,
them and it is to be
Both. Itt thought a
asks Beatrice Fairfax. tants.Miami Herald
and and' Miss AnnieRichard'
Kathryn Susan
the'stream will bring them nearer to
.takes two to do a good job of COUrt- matter of only a few years when com- I CHANNELSANGEES' '
r IH9 the town to better markets to closer ; Jacksonville.
pulsory.school attendance will be in It is said' that the, I '

ing. fellowship with those of the other efect in every state and territory of inaugurating a kissingcrusade.. The bride's cake was cot first by I ... ; AND
-- side of the stream and that I herself; 'tfie guests following in the ALL &LAPESASO ,
all these
The New York the United States. the
:: d his never ing by personal pulchritude > SIZES
I old' tiinesentimental search for the
>; 4Jt things arg'of value to them These .
limite baa miss", crusaders that we' have seen, BOILER'PLATE: f
"en'ou't'tde the Sf lucky-to&ew.Th'ougft :
I Ate'knockhtg' do Learn to keep own troubles to
men because they your
and it
ally by picture, ought TANK STEEL
than he has evel'ReJ1. no cards were issued a
eel Heinz more not understand.Yes yourself. The world is too busy to ffectualin .
f- and Learnto great' many pretty and useful presents GALVANIZED i
care for ills sorrows. ,
town seems to have the your '
int. Y every Tribune. COPPER AND
not pa were sent the popular couple, .
If see
stop croaking. you can
3Chere is no ancestor worship about knocker, but we can not afford to in the world, learn to keep including the "showers''given at Pet ZKC SHEETS: :}
good "
take him must simplygo any "The'railroads said the
seriously we ,
tth'e 'Colonel.-Times-Union. No, the ; the bad to yourself. Learn to hide ham. Ga., and Panama Park, where TRUSSROBSSTAYBOLTS'
and him. If have I ot one of them recently, "are
'O1JeI1 l worships nothing but the on' ignore you pains and aches under a pleas- the bride had taught,sctool since her
work to do there in your town, do it: your the devil; and! a. mesa STRUCTURAL
Cofonel.Jf'Lot's. to hear gradhation. Among tie gifts
ant smile. No one cares was a
---.-- It may require a little nerve, some whether you have the earache, head- replies, "and when they dainty bride's book iir which the IRONWORK

'wife saw anything when backbone, and courage, but if a thing ache rheumatism. Don't cry. Tearsdo won't have to make any long guestS: left their autographs. 'OF ALL KINDS
or ,
a rihe baked'back -she kept it a secret needs to be done it will pay you to do well enough in novels, but' they to find! officers for them.- 'The bride was married in a going- OAK:

'because she didn't live long enough it. Throughout this country thereare are out of place in real life. **, letropvlfs. away coat suit of'Woe cloth with accessories CHEBRT -

'to tell it"Newspaper many towns that have absolutelyno We have been informed by harmonize: and never looked CYPRESS

reason for not progressing, except The criminal thinks he is a wise lovelier. She earned a shower MAHOGANY
sociated Press dispatches that
men generally are in that there are some people in the guy; he imagines he is smarter than Schuman-Heink.is suing bouquet of bride's; roses and' valley WHITE PINE; At WALL

'favor of freakish feminine fashions. community who. hold backbecausethere anybody else; he believes he can prey ame I lilies HARD.WQQHfl
vorce, but they neglected to
'They furnish foolish fancies for the are some knockers to be reck- upon society and live by his wits. whether it is "yef or "again." At 8 o'clock,th& party was whisked HAUNCHES
'funny fellows. oned with. The fact is, every criminal is a fool, ida away to the union station i* automo- : DORIESSKIFFS(

\.. .- Yes, you have him. It may be that and they all realize it when' is too Metropolis.An biles where the bride and groom 1

"Women wfll continue" to wear less he has retired from active business.He late, but it takes several terms in Ocala man-named his fought their way through: the show. ,BUILTTO

'clothing each year, says a hygenic has no children to educate, con- prison) to convince some of them. Then Helcat, taking the first er and passed! over a carpet of ree ORDER {

expert The primitive garb of Mother sequently he.is not interested in the jet is too late for the knowledge to do the names of his two to the trains enroute to the East BOILERS

f lEve-will soon be in. vogue again.. betterment of the schools. He is 'them much good. en and Katie. We know Coast for a'short trip, after which AND TANKS

could understand whywrsing' penurious, and..hasn't bought an automobile ed Olivia and Helen-Iwhichi they will go to their future home,in 'I'MADETO

"We never other so he doesn't care about If a child has any sensibility, scold- produce an even stronger Camilla, Ga. where the groom .ia a YOUR ,
like -
his boils, .any person
either kills it makes it vicious. ORDER: ,
ing or
his hard-earned for
Job spending money ion.-.Tamp* Tribune. prosperous merchant of the firm of
similarly afflicted, should give Competent Workmen For Rwd! WorkiAt
street improvement. He doesn't hear Children have rights which ought to -- Bailey Bros.:.
'r tauch an everlasting reputation. be respected as much as their elders. Florida has plenty of ,AD Times.. 1
very well and so doesn't go to churchso A guest' of honor was Rev.. Dr.

"An exchange begins, .an editorial he doesn't feel like contributingto They can reason as well as older and watermelons, a temperature Waughv who was tite bride's loved NERilU-SMNS MHf

t with the words "We don't think," and the support of the church. Yes, wiser heads. They are as' quick to see that of Philadelphia, New teacher when a young school girl in

' after reading the editorial we must you have him in some form or other, an injustice, and know as well as any ,I other northern cities and Starte JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA, )

d admit the truth of that initial ,state knockers abroad. He is usually selfish one else when parents are making I prostrations. Why leave Out of town guests included?1. Bailey ?:!

and the selfish person is never fools of themselves.. I the summer time, the winter brother of the groom, and Wade ,
Dent. old time? Florida I
the best for the community, but since any Baggs, Camilla, Ga.; Roscoo Spencer.
To men are superior
"The go-to-church movement' lasted you have him i nsome form or other, prove Albany, Ga.; Walter Wills, Tampa;
Editor declares that
with to Holly
women, some men point pride
Texas. the real sol- Mrs. A. H. Freeman Starke.
rsnly one week in Houston, it is necessary for you, ,
Sanford band will
just play
the fact that men have to create
'/That it not surprising, but it is sur- dier of advancement, to buckle on again he will to Pensacola Hosts of friends in Florida and
in hats and
the designs
'jrislng that such a movement could your sword and go out and fight the new gowns one of those Mexican seals. Georgia will add their jay to that oi
for We have hat designs
'' even be started in Texas. battles of your community without women. seen that Sanford band begins to this popular young couple'and ,"shthem' .
and dress patterns that fell far shortof 1
I a bon through lifeSASSER.lORGAN. ,
paying attention to him. ,If you can have no doubt everybody in voyage -
: Rockefeller, has a proving that the creator of them !\
John.Dl just go on and do things you will be has a desire to kill something.
had more brains than the law allows. .
of humor. He told some
sense young surprised to see how many of the land Telegram.
Mr. J. A. Sasser and Miss Annie
the other day if they save
men knockers will fall in line, and after
Stockton ought to run against Gnat Morgan daughter Mr. and Mrs.
men they were young, they would Florida is producer j
while ask to carry the flag or beat time. could beat a great
y' Bryan Anybody John united in
Morgan, were marriageby
le well off when they were well on. the drum. rus fruits; she grows good, .I
Gnat since he perpetrated his primarylaw A. S. Crews at the home of
Notary Evan..ville"Ind. :>7 ISM
ple cotton; she grows the < July ,
The ue of tobacco will 'shorten JUMPING ON THINGS. upon the people. of Florida.Don't co grown in America; she the bride's parents, north of Starke, The H. L. Hurst Mfg.:Co., Canton,ftj)

your life A Woman, who had smoked Every day the editor of this paperis brag on }ourself.-Let othersdo finest kind of melons, fine Wednesday evening, in the presence Gentlemen: We would not do i

'tor 80 years, recently died at the age informed citizens tatoes and all ,early of a large 'number of relatives and out your M'tn-Power Sprayer std J
by one or more the bragging about you. If othersdon't
.-fIIl106, and if she,hadn't used tobacco ries and the like, and in friends.. The happy young couple more. It is the finest we haw e*|
p that he ought to on"this
"jump brag about it is because
'ate might have attained a ripe old you these lines there is an will go to housekeeping at once in seen in this city at present!!
Now the editorof
the other.
thing or there is nothing to brag about
Starke and have the best'wishes of sprig
'fie' mand for the products of people that have seen your
__ this paper has had some little experience .
.OOL their friends. at think mucV)!
Florida needs more farmers many our place very ,
V of England is 49
George ,
in the "jumping on" busi- King ,
Some of the supporters of Tom I!growers.-Florida Metropolis. and well pleased to see it work .t_<
e:: Bye, candidate for Governor'of Ten- : ness as we believe most of our read- years old. He would not 'have aged 1- J. C. ADKINS FOR SPEAKER. place. Yours truly, .Y

ers will agree. We are always readyto so rapidly if the Ulsterites and suf- The Florida House of Representa-
Tiessee, wear a small sheaf of rye in In many sections of THEODORE BUCHBC

their buttonholes and some or'them jump when some good can be accomplished fragettes had.,. let him alone. is a cry of hard times. The tives of 1915 could not select a bet- For Sale By ; %
flask but we flatly refuse to --S- ter man for presiding officer than the N
carry a small of it in their pock. Women have proved themselves unfitted vegetable and truck growers R. S. FERNANDEZ!
jump merely that some citizen may fruit berry above named gentleman. Col. Ad- .
ets. for in Chicago and growers, growers Machines end In t
police duty Spraying ,
have the pleasure of seeing us go like have had a splendid kins was one of the most active mem- y

e When a man's candidates are elect. through the exercise. Futhermore, the force of twenty police-women I money is plentiful' in such bers of the legislature, during the STARKE, ,FLA.WHOLESALE .

'*d he says the people can be depended the majority of1 those who advise there will be disbanded.. I I It is said that Plant.City has session of 1913, and was frequently "

upon to do the right thing; but these things could scarcely be madeto more berries and vegetables called upon to preside over the delib-
His Wife
"Thomas Edison
when the other fellows are elected "jump on" anything at the pointof headline. The Obeys I I son tha never before, and erations of the House. 'Well posted 'S10 _
says a same
IK says you never can tell what peo- a gun, because they might lose a be said about few;i!' is an era of prosperity in I on parliamentary law even before he
might truthfully a iI
f pe will da.Mother I that is unparalleled.-Florida served in'the legislature, his experience I have opened a wholesale feed .
men. in the session of 1913 eminently
olis. grocery store; south of my retail
** Magazine says "Women Deafness Cannot Be Cured An' empty vessel does not always qualifies him for the position of pre- near the depot, and will carry: "

lave the marrying habit; men do not." by local applications as they cannot It has.been the pride of ', siding over the House in 1915. times full stock of oata,., ':
reach the diseased portion of the ear. make the most noise. A man full of a _-
D-- A:man marries every time there is a There is only one way to cure deafness that there was no graft in There is not a member of the next general feed flour salt octagon g
and that is by constitutional wind and whiskey is an exception. ,
marriage. A woman can do no more. Deafness Is caused by an inflamed remedies.condI- ing of the Panama canal. ', House of Representatives better qual- lard, bacon, and chicken feed., :;

"Why is it a habit with one and not tion of Tube.the mucous When this lining tube of Is the Inflamed Eustachian A Frenchman said fools and women will suffer something of a ified for Speaker, there is not one 6-12-4t. j. C.
Wh the other? I have that it has been shown i
you a rumbling sound or Imperfect write .letters. Politicians do now who would preside more impartiallyor ,
hearing and when It is
is Deafness la the result and entirely unless the closed.Inflammation times, notably young Appleyard. was graft in the commissary select the members of the various rfJ

t "The Tampa Tribune says the more tube restored can to be Its taken normal out condition and this ment, and that there was a i' committees with more care than Hon.J. CARD OF THANKS. =

jhsbructive the weapons of warfare hearing cases ont will of ten be destroyed forever: nine, Billy Sunday has gone to St. Louisto 'to foist upon the canal :, C. Adkins, and the Sun presentshim I desire to thank the voters rfl.
Become the fewer men are killed in which is are eaUS, inflamed fective steel for the ford county for the ,
nothing but an condi- convert the credulity of the people great as the man pre-eminent for the generous
tattle. Reasoning along this line it tion of the mucous surfaces. -
there given me as'A candidate for
WewUl*"??2 ntm4"l'ollars foranf_of there into cash. But was no nun higher ; position.-Gainesville Sun. : ""
IK safe to say if the weapons become Ball Demesa Utanb(eaUSl'd Cora reatarrb fiend for>tt cucnlan.$cannot free.becare4I1J the graft was detected and fice of'eountf commissioner; .

idly enough nobody will be ,killediilthe .VJCH. jatT.*eD,Totod,OIIIQ, If all men are created equal, they punished. The conspirators ': Take the Telegraph home with you trict No.. 4. I **" ,'

.# battles of the future. I eoidbrnrasplsut5e.T1Wuau1y -iiy pint for ffffl"'lptUim.: don't remain so. gti theirs.-Miami Herald. I -$1.50 per year. ?iLUNDEI f

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I Mr. J., T.'Collins, of,Brooker, was'* I Mrs.: A. S. Seay, of Waldo, visited 4 ...........................M.f.. ....... ......,...........
.. in Starke Saturday. friends in'Starke Friday.Mr. .. ,, .., -.

Mr. Gentry Stokes,.of Brooker, was !. A. S. 'GrifiBs and family, of Progressive Business Firms In Sfarke -
: ., ) in_ Starke .on>> business Saturday.Mr. : Lawtey, were in Starke Saturday. Y '

and Mrs: F. A. Godwin and i ?

Information JL child, of Waldo, visited Starke Sat- Miss Marie Parker, of Nqw River, Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their : if
F. II I IOa was a visitor to Starke Saturday.Mr. .
a urday.Mr.. advantage to trade with the firms represented '.
r t i C'_. J 1 rN4" M."C..d..4...p.. ....r--.... .... T R. L., Mott is fitting up a bar- Charles Manire, of Hampton, in this ,directory. t I
visitor Starke
was to
a Saturday "
ber shop on one side of.his store on .
R i I 1 ... .. -I '
.& &&&& & & &&&&&&& & ...- & & &&&&&&& &&&&&&&. J
+ Ninth street ............................. ..y..y.. .......y
Porch screens and curtains for .. 11
Telegraph $1.50 sleeping porches at J. F. Kickliter's. .............. ............ .>MMMMMMMMM>MM..
has succumbed per year. ;
1rerc t 1es and ginghams at.Leviton's. Mr. J. W. Morgan 6-12-2L .,

.tMr. to the automobile fever and has purchased Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Austin and child : REAL ESTATE. 4 FURNITURE.MMMMMMMMMMMM. .
1 ILL. Gray, of Gainesville, was Ford machine. 4 .
a new-
|-. Stake' Wednesday. dren left Tuesday morning for a visit Miss Carrie Amelia Ray spent the j..MMMf................ 4, +. 'R
to! of three with relatives week-end the of Miss Lillian J '
days at High as guest
f| visitor to Mrs. Raymond Strickland, of Lake Allbritton in ......................... ................ ...... 4
l| Mrs. U. .D. Miner was .a land. Jacksonville., : '
City, is the guest of her sisters, 4 .

Jacksonville( Wednesday. Jeff Johns and Mrs. George Baisden. Mrs. M. Leviton and j COMER L. PEEK, 4 FURNITURE i
) daughter, .Miss Carrie Putnam has returned 4 .

; f T le&Taph '1.50 per year. American fence. If quality and not Rosa, left Tuesday for a visit with to Starke, after a visit of several ., Florida Real Estate, Land and ; 4 and almost anything else you .

)1:4 relatives in Alexandersville and Val weeks with relatives at Valdosta, .: 4 < might want 1.
Mr. N. E. Norman, of Enterprise, quantity counts; you will buy Ameri- dosta, Ga. Timber Expert. ; 4 --
can' Law prices. DeWitt C 4. HULL'S DEPARTMENT .
Starke Thursday. fence.. : The :
friends of Mrs. Arthur '
? I many '
r 83 yean Experience at Starke. 4 STORE. .
who .
Jones. Jim Jones, the colored man ;
l t visits I Alvarez will be pleased to learn that 4 E 4 .
Wills of -
t (Mr. Walter Tampa, the was adjudged insane last week, was she is recovering from her recent mj......................... 4...............te,........
s here Tuesday. Mr. R. S. Fernandez has joined
si-f. ii :; relatives taken to Chattahoochee Sunday by an
motor car brigade now ridingin
t l J 3 All kinds of embroidery at Stump's. Ford automobile of his own. asylum attache from that place. J 4> .
a new
The fixtures for the new Bradford > .
U was'in Jackson-I Prof. A. Hercules, of Jacksonville, :
Richard >
air.H. *
Bank installed
.'A business Wednesday. I Mr. E. H. Carter and daughter, was in.Starke this week explainingto County building are being :I...H.................... NMMMMMMMMMMMMDR.
on this week and the will
I'fiiUe building
"t P' ,Miss Hessie, of Highland, visited his the local school trustees the meritsof ;4 _. _. I ............ ...i...
) ; Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sapp, of Law- sister, Mrs. Jeff Johns, on Wednes- the line of school suplies. for whichhe soon be ready for use. 1 <. .

l 1 'y were in Starke Thursday. ,. day. is j/ Why is it that when you are U. G. TUnNER. -
agentThe Prof. L.. A. Jett left Monday for a / in need of Notions, Ladies .

h .1 H. SUMMER ...:. Have your house High quality and low prices. The county board of public instruc- tour of South Florida in search of 4/ Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, DENTIST. oe
business opportunities. Mr. Jett will / Novelties, Etc, you generally
i f ,icroened. Jones', Hardware. I I best in harware. DeWitt! C. Jones. tion and the Starke school trustees go ... Edwards Building .
return to Starke later. : toSTUMPS '
\ Ii'f: 4 will hold a joint meeting on Thursday, 1 '. .
1 I ) J r. IL C. Rembert of Saxton, was Born Sunday, June 7, to Mr. and 1 There's A Reason." .' ,. Upstairs over Post Office .
F the
June 18 to discuss question.offurnishings
Rev. B. T. Rape"returned last Fri- 4
:- jntitarke! on business Thursday. Mrs. David B. Johns, of the Wateroak ,, "........ 'e 4 5
\,I i section, a girl baby. The child diedon for the new Starke schoolhouse day from Oviedo, where he had been .
Hon. A. V. Long made a business and to consider bids for same. I assisting Rev. A. L. Hope in a seriesof >MMMMMMMMM..MMt .
1 Tuesday. .................f........
: trif;to Jacksonville Wednesday. t Woolsey's famous paints. No bet- revival meetings. ,. DRY GOODS. .
t $
F I Mr. W. S. Graham and family have PRINTING tM'

iiI i t, us screen you. QUIGLEY. moved from Starke to Raiford, where ter made. QUIGLEY LUMBER & A baseball game Thursday after- .......................... t

'1UMBER-A\ ra ; SUPPLY' CO.'. I Mr. Graham ,:engaged in the mer- SUPPLY CO. noon between the Regulars and the ................ ....... ........,.........

h 1ti R. H. Harris, of Maxville, was cantile business. .Hon. A. V. Long, of Starke, State Three S's resulted in a score of 11 ,. .
l't m to 8 in favor of the latter. J. W. MORGAN '
business Wednesday. Attorney for the Eighth Judicial Cir- t t
tin tarke on I Water coolers and ice cream freezers I Headquarters for BRADFORD COUNTY.
Jones' Hardware. cuit, was here yesterday, being en- ',The Starke Board of Trade is having '. Ladiea Ready-to-Wear Goods TELEGRAPH *
'jf" Hull of Lawtey, ,
4 Miss Rose Mary route home from Micanopy, where he a large public hitching shed '. Dry Goods. Notions Etc 4 COMMERCIAL PPJNTING. 4 '

wad, a' visitor to Starke Thursday.. j Mr. George W. Parker and family was called on official business } erected on the vacant lot north of A. ,..........................
i. New goods of.all kinds at Stump's. have moved from Saxton to Manatee, Gainesville Sun, June 10. E. Moitt's blacksmith shop.

j where Mr. Parker will engage in the 11

+ HM( >. 0. J. Phillips, of Enterprise, cross-tie business. Mr. j'. U. Poppell, ,who graduatedfrom Mr. J. H. Hemingway and 'family Mrs. T. J. Griffin was a visitor to S. T. DOWLING GRATEFUL.t "

1 ins, a caller at this office Thursday. I the law department. of the Uni- moved this week' to Fernandina, Jacksonville Monday.Mr. I am grateful to my 'friends for '
Mr. H. G. Rembert, president of versity of Florida this. spring, took where he has secured a position with in a
the I d
j splendid vote received the
) _Mr. Jesse Brannen, of Hampton, the Starke Lumber Co. has to
gone .
Starke business Wednesday. the examination at Tallahassee.As the Seaboard railway campany. Roger Wells, of, Jacksonville, primary last Tuesday I; ,shall ta,
J"J South, Carolina on account of the ill- soon as Mr. Poppell secures ad- spent Sunday in Starke.Mr. .
commissioner of all the people, re-
I Miss Era Crews, who has been vis-
t1 of his mother.
ness mission to the bar he will return to
all kinds at Stump's. '
? j' ; pperl.of gardlessof whether they.eupported me
iting the family of Mr. S. B. Den-
D/W. Moore of Theressa
r'S OVENS See cake bake. Starke and hang out his shingle. was or not. And I shall work in harmony
?HMr.? Frank Moore, of Jacksonville, your mark for some time, will return to in Starke on business Monday.
f ,,sited relatives and friends here this Jones' Hardware.. Largest stock of dry goods in town her home in New River tomorrow.The with the other members of the board

.' at .Sheriff S. B. Denmark returned to the end that the greatest good
; I I' Stump's.John
: I Misses Susie and Emma Darby left
..'... I 4' walls of the new school build- Monday from an official trip .to Tam- may be accomplished for:the great- ,

'.: r Attorney J. E. Futch was in Jackwnville I Thursday afternoon for Waynesville, Dixon, an ante-bellum negro, ing have been completed and the raf= pa./ est number of people of ocr county.I .

( Wednesday and Thursday on- N. C, where they will spend a vacation died at his home north.of town Tues ters and sheeting for the handsomered appreciate beyond my Ewer to' ex- 4'

ibiiness. of several weeks. tile roof are being made ready. Mr. Frank Webb, .f Jacksonville,
; I day at an advanced age and was bur- Dress the effort that was put forth by

Mr. M. W. Lee, of Lakeside, ied Wednesday. Dixon was an .old- made a business trip to Starke on my friends in my behalf.: .
Glus'towel bars at 40c and 50c at; Mr. Will Kickliter, of Stuart, came Saturday.Mr. .
3 LUMBER &; SUPPLY CO. t brought another load .of fine peaches fashioned, civil'and industrious dar- to Starke Saturday for a visit'with S. DOWLING., rJ.

1 i to Starke Thursday, which sold read- key and was respected by whites and relatives and friends here.'Mr. Kick- Frank Burnsed, of Jackson !
.,. became + + + + + + + + + + + + + #,+.+ +
and Olin. blacks.
;Kr. Mrs. White ily in the local market liter says that Stuart is a sure winner ville, visited,relatives here Saturday,
the proud parents of a big girl baby and + 'P
!? "lfniuav.. I I Have a sleeping porch this summer Mrs. Ernest House and Miss Rosa + JUNE BARGAINS + .

I -- I Let us quote you. _QUIGLEY_ Baisden spent Sunday in Hamptonand Judge Geo. A. Gardiner has rented Hdn. A. V. Long and family have + ---- f

.Near Perfection oil stoves and the QUIGLEY LUMBER &: SUPPLYCO. were the guests of Mrs. J. Allen. the house on Walnut street vacatedby I moved into their new home on Wal- '+ A few South Bend witches! in + '

parts for same at J. F. Kickliter's t The Loyal Daughters of the Chris- Hon. A. V. Long and will take pos- nut street,which he recently purchased + 17" 15 and 7 jewel movement, fin .

'6122t.. W. B. Blocker, colored, was found tian Sunday school will meet next session about, the middle of this of Mr. H. L. Gray + 20 year caseS, gold bows, + fat
1 : f f Tuesday afternoon, June 16, at 3:30 I month. + $10.00, $15.00 and $17.00. +
,: Embroidery dresses at Stump's. guilty of assault upon (Tom Smith, Miss Tilden Hendrix the
o'clock, with Miss Clara Moitt. Every senior + Perfect time-keepers. Also a +

,;jiJ:t A .number of Starke people took I colored, in the county court Tuesdayand member is requested to be present. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dover, of member of the firm of.Hendrix &; '' # large lot of W. W. W.;guaranteed +
fined $10 and costs. visited her Mr. J. R. i Payne, left Thursday for her home in
.advantage of the excursion to.Tampa I Hampton, son, + rings, JeWeled:; 'i.genuine +
.'" I T. N. Kendrick claims the distinction Dover and wife here Sunday. Mr. J. i Plant City. The millinery businesswill
'f : .ftunday.Ji Miss Minnie Hodges returned to + stones, which. will be re- +
of and maturedthe
having grown R. Dover was confined.to his home by be continued under the management
her home in HamptOn.Sunday, after + placed if lost from settings. +
and Louise Besp > first watermelon of the season in
v Hisses Minnie, Fay I of Miss
illness Charlesey Payne.
spending the week in Starke as the + Also a nice line of silverwareat +
p sent visitors to Jacksonville'l' this vicinity. The melon was one of Misses and Beatrice
were Lily
| Crosby,
guest 'of Mrs. Frank Rhoden. + right prices atMINER'S. .
i E. Gardiner and her
| : Thursday.s the Bradford variety and weighed 20 Mary of Brooker, returned home Monday, ..

. : : Shoes at Leviton's.. pounds. Mr. Kendrick plucked the daughter, Miss Hester, of Gainesville, after. spending a week with Mr, 'and ++ 'f' ++
,,Embroideries at Leviton's.Mr. for arrived in Starke Monday for a short
'lt1t melon Tuesday the use of himself ,
,e Messrs. C. M. Phillips and J. L. Underhill Mrs. B. ,M. Dowling. Miss Beatricewas + +
; f L. Sapp and daughter,' Miss went to Plant City Thursday. and family. visit with Mr. and Mrs. 0. Gardiner, here for the purpose of. taking +++.+. .++++++..+,. ...
will take their
xiVen visited Starke i after which they up the teachers' examination.
of. Raiford, on attend the of
to preliminary hearing Prof. and Mrs. A. D. Kean moved abode for the summer at Kingsleylake. +++++++++++**+++*++
)L 3 pareday Prevatt for,the killing of W. R.. Phil- from Jasper, to Starke this week. + '

They will store their household goods THE GRAHAM REVIVAL. + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
A. Gardiner
i j. :Judge and Mrs. George
lips.Mr. Mrs. Geo. A. Gardiner and daughter A revival meeting is in at .
;. .J .:.ware visitors to the state metropolis and Mrs. W: R. Pheaster, of for the present and spend a vacationof progress .............. ..t...
several weeks at Thomson, Ga. Miss Agnes, Misses: Addie and the Christian church at Graham.'The
Jwednesday.'rt' .
y -" Columbus, Ohio, who spent the. winter Prof. Kean is the new principal of Rosa Baisden, Mrs. C P. Cason, Miss meeting begun last Monday night and FOR SALE-Sweet potato; plants at

.!J'tJ ':Screen Doors hung, just phone me. in Starke, left Sunday for a visit the Starke schools. He likes Starke Bonita Burnsed, Mrs. E. E. Wells, will continue over Sunday.. Evangelist $1.25'per 1,000. Nancy Hall,.Tri

;.IJ ;Jones', Hardware. with, their son and his family in and we have no doubt that Starke Mrs. A. E. Moitt, Mrs. Ernest House Ernest House, of Maxville, is conducting umph' and Porto Rico. H. 1L Tho-

t': tj't., Chattanooga.BOSS mas; Earleton, Fla.122t:
the and in-
and Mr. T. N. Kendrick'were among meeting a good
will like him. 'r
||t Mr.., Stain Moseley and family, of
1 those from Starke who attended ser terest is shown. AU services are well
OIL oil.Jones'
f;Cay Hill were visitors to Starke on MrS. A. H. Freeman went to Jack- vices at the Christian church in attended. Dinner will be served 'on FOR ,SALE-The Cook play e, on
rtesday... sonville Wednesday to attend the Hampton Sunday.A the grounds next Sunday and the Kingsley lake, house furnished,

Yi Urs.: (F. B. ,Johns and' Mrs. R. S. I Mrs. J. R. Davis; Mrs. Jay S. marriage of Miss Margaret Evelyn evangelist will preach at/ 11 o'clock boat house, two :boats awl, bath '

h 'PJohns 'went to Tampa Thursday on Brown, Mrs. J. D. .Hurst, Miss Mar- Liddon, daughter of Mrs. C. W.Lid- horse belonging .Jack Smith Sunday morning and 2:30 in the afternoon -' house. F. A. Fisher, 15)07'River .

; :j.;the excursion. vick and Prof. L. A. Jett enjoyed a don, and Mr.. Phillip Easton Bailey, a became frightened ,at.automobile_ and .at,,7:30 at night.. side.Ave.. Jacksonville, Fla.v6-5-4t.: ,
; ,
v pleasant picnic outing at Kingsleylake young business man of Camilla, Ga. on L Ninth street Monday' afternoonand > -

t i $y 'wainscoting your rooms withWsUboard last Thursday. Miss Liddon formerly lived in Starke started-for home.. He.was-tied WANTED-Six.families tojietp.coel .

1a -r;; and finishing the walls in I I and has the best i wishes, of a large to a, post and".,hitched .to:: a' load of NO P' PREACHING' SERVICE :this eummer. Write for aPaf ents. 4

Jy Jf| Kaitico. ,' a beautiful and artistic Tom Bush and Rebecca Bush, both circle. of friends here. lumber, when the motor car approached. ; a SUNDAY.. Box, 223, Daytona. BeachA F1i.. 652$.

||; ftct :can be obtained. Quigley' colored, were convicted of adultery in 1 tMaterial ,He'broke the hitching:strap and There.will,be no preaching services '.r I 'r -

court and in has been placed on' the : 'at the Christian church next Sunday, WANTED Tobacco aalesqienl Earn
;.Iacaber, &; Supply Co. I I' county Monday placed tried to :run, but the, load was too --',. -:
.,0; jail until circuit court meets in de- ground for the erection of an attractive heavy. However"he kicked loose.from Rev.Ernest'Hoaeepastor., of the ,$100.monthly.Expenses.. ; zper

i Krs.:A. Ml .Pettit of Alachua, vis- fault of $200 bond. bungalow, on .West Madison the;Wagon and started for';home at-a ,Q istIanzchurch<.here. is:engaged in ience;,unnecessary,_ .Advertise\and:
oft. ,; Litai.relatives- in Starke Wednesday street for B. R. WitkovskL The plan mad pace,'butwas'caught 8om :distance a revival,,meeting"'at Grahamwhich'will .take 'orders, front nercKani for

; Thursday. For dry goods. Leviton. was*'arrangedjby'Mrs.1,Witkovski.end ;:.beyond- "the- :eity limiti by.Mn- continue over Sunday and he MUnot smoking andchewing tobacco, cigarettes -

. : )(ft. M.E... Edwards and son, N. ,Mrs. S. L. Stroupe and' two daughter carries but,'the.modern, idea--of''out 0.'Gardiner.wbo1waaJnognted: mfleet a 'preaeb.here. -next Sunday.J' ,,!:?The cigars, etc.;-Send aJ2 cent,
.0 3 4] of Lawtey, were visitors toke Misses Inez and Foy, who have door living.. All sleeping rooms, dining boat that;he:uses;lor-'driving Bibl school:.wffl'be. 'held at,the' usiaaliarwhkhie t :stamp,for. ,full partieulari'HemetTobacco ; ,t
been''visiting relatives".here for-sev and cook' f arranged i : :45A. f- ;'j'. :_ Cot,New York N} i2$510t:
Thursday. I I' room. ;, being; ,I Ltt1e.'iii.: ; l ; )LA ;i ,. --- .*_ i,_ -- C

.j 1 i I eral weeks, returned to their home,in on the :spacious;.pordies Ind'wirescreened. : i '' }
1:: .1.Oont wait for rain. Use our garden' Plant City Thursday ..The-main body of.the house; %vt' r.r++ ; ? 2#

a' QUIGLEY LUMBER SUP- 1 contains" only lving'_rooni. dr ssmg a ': : I .
: .
N Raiiwas z .. -r -T ..5. ,1'_ .
Hon. A. D. Andrews of : .' ,,, ., : .
; "; -'of:!'''' -" "' ""." '<----o'' "" 1'f .r."" t
rti, rco. room. ,,,and bath,;'withrnax,,.aary. ;clog{ 4< 7. 0 ;'> -=- f;! i -ti ::: 4t; -{_:' t = i ,
-t i iMr. in Starke Tuesday Mr. Andriwiwas ,r"'O-c'"" : '-" -' w j;: ,)

'. Bartley Johns and family, oft.City limping slightly from a sore foot, .!ts.,-.et -"" 'MayoT..C. ,.SiKJ. >'S '!'' *t13t-V .: 4 II- .Dti 1at. 'fl'ak"o. \#.."; "" ."-.'.> 'j"l".J "'''' : "':iI\'d .. ,

are visiting relatives in but he didn't do any limping in his recent ,\ E.. Canoga fa talwwg taps if. ..... ... .... ,..., .... .. ....... .. ili' I % .
,; """", .. ; ,
,/Water Oak section.Miss .' race_for representative.a '' toward .,improving'healAlc; nd il ion i ;:rt{(. ." "j.-iii'; .- ?:JCI-.w'O.I.i; e:< "t : 'ko-"ht1._. : "" .....'''.. t 4 f .!. :-

rat ,4 in Starke.: All the sanyordinane'eswil' t.st "JO''j' .,,...".".. '?IJ'1.1';;' .... Ii.l.'I! } : 1a r'
Lois attended the
( Peek comment r V. x
Sixteen cases new goods just'ar. :heatrletlylldoreed. lbEi a. c! -0 ,, If. ". ,6 0
; exercises at the' Univ r-,.. rived "' J : ;f"'" &, ......, <.,; ._. .L. ."" -.It fir. ;
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: -- THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. r-:.:: ,:.; N' ., FRIDAY ,JUNE 12, ,,19j
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v STRAW- ,+
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; {+ .: BERRIES. + POOR .
;e .i't4( .-'. t.... . . .-S lisnrance. .Backache. !

<+ + + + + + + + + +.* + + + + + Mrs. George A. Kramer believes the i ,
o .. Multitude of people lose their a lUll Myrtle Cothrum,
is all that is need-
'. 'These.new creations in the strawberry appetite. ,Simply don't_care for any truth about Florida of RussellriJle,AIL:,says:' f

: line:aleC worlht.of ;the attend= thing to eat The dinner bell baa no ed, and she writes: .I represent none but FIRSTCLASSwnpairicni ., "For nearly: year I suffered .

3 growers.1-" :They are reaDy Interest:to,0 them. They loathe their "So false statements are will 'with -'
'tioD' f all breakfast They may nibble a little many aDd be constantly.on the 'fFribIe'back ; ;

r 'a new thing in the strawberry world, of this and a little of that but they, made concerning Florida that in the alert to promote your interests.., Guarantee ache, pains pa my limbs ,
.And ,have come to us to stay. 'The do not care for It following I will try to gbe an authentic andmyheidachedneariyali

main. thing that distinguishes: these Lunch has lost an of its charms view of local conditions. courteous treatment to all patrons.A the time'. Our family

: varieties from other common kinds is although Dinner they about try the to same.eat something.'.' The prospects for farmers in Flor- well written policy by a firstclasi doctor treated' me, but

/ their habit of blooming from Hay There Is something positively ida are unlimited. The scJl responds DISTINCTIVE FLAVOR. agent in a tot-claw company sometimes only gave me temporary

.,. 'until winter.. Under ordinary eondi- wrong of course, but DO disease that to cultivation quicker then any soil That is what makes the "A. P. H." means much m case of loss by fin relict I was certainly fa

i' '.tiona, they will bear berries 'from can be named. Just out of sorts. in the United States. Fertilizers must cigar so popular. To obtain this spe- bad health.; My school

;r I June until hard freezing weather. Ordinary That It Is Is In all this kind of a conditionthat be used; the ground mast be limed, cial aroma has cost'! us a lot of time : 0. C. RICHARD{ Starke Ole teacher advised me to

4 frosts have little effect upon Peruna acts very beneficially. except in the lime regions; but all and experience. We have learned TAKECardui

I ..them. In order.to get the most pay- After using Peruna Interest in food extra expense is offset by the great how to cure and blend certain tobacco
l Is revived. Beginning with a teaspoonful flavor of the "A.
; ing results from them, we advise the before meal advantage, of the growing season- leaves so that

t : picking or pinching of the blossoms will generally of Peruna quickly Improve each the 365 days a year, and an extra day in P. H." Five Cent Cigar is equal to the i COFFINS CASKETS

:' off until a month of the time when appetite and help the digestion. leap year. Then, if not the greatest, 3 for.50 cents Cuban production Try I Ii IiD4

,- fruit is wanted. The rule is to stop Thousands of people can testify to surely the next greatest advantage IS one. You will be more than delighted. ft Full Line of i
this. Liberated from a slavery that is Undertakers' _
pinching the blossoms about August1st almost unbearable. The slavery of the artesian water pressure belt Just
then we may expect ripe fruit All used think of continuous flow and STARKE CIGAR CO, I
having no interest in life. having a Always on hand. The best service The Woman's TonicI a
v about. the first of September. up. Yet one does not know exactly pressure of thirty-seven feet! Enoughto Starke. Fla at the lowest prices. Special i
Everbearing strawberries may be .why. Take Peruna before each meaL for all farm took two bottles in an
furnish electricity ,
pur- attention to Telegraph Orders '
Skies win get blue again. Fields will mate, with the coolest, most .delightful !
<< made to handsomely. Select well and water for I and was cured. I shall
pay look green once more and life will poses, running poultryand nights and mother earth."-Florida ;
drained land that is in a fair state oft be pleasant You win feel that you cattle. The advantages cannot be ,: Registered EmbalmerDeWITT always praise Cardul to :. ;,,
+ cultivation and cover the ground witha are good for something and the worldis overestimated. Metropolis. I sick and suffering wo j-!!:

good dressing of well-rotted barnyard a good place to live In. Peruna "A number of complaints made -STHE : i men." If you suffer from 4;
win do it Not as an artificial stimulant FOURTH DIMENSION.It C JONES i iSuceeuorio '
Work the well pains peculiar to weak .:}
manure. manure Simply a tonic that stimulates about different land companies mak- : : ... ,
into the ground and prepare as your in natural I G.C. YiaptoD A Co. women, such as bead- .
appetite a way. ing false statements of productionsof Is an Unprovable Theory, as It I. "
"*would) for any ordinary corn crop, or Those who object to liquid medle'.nes Florida lands. I have not, as yet, Based, Upon the Unknown.In Iii Starke, Ha. ::1 ache, backache, or other
obtain Peruna Tablets.
can now i symptoms womanly ., t
.. potatoes. Set the plants in rows 30 read literature that put forth false answer to the following Interest- -
f inches .apart, and the plants 18 inches claims of production with proper tillage. ing que.tiou. "1 understand that a trouble, or If you merely
need a tonic for that tired, ,
: apart in the rows; and begin eu1I crawling insect knows only two dimensions x
in the orn-out feel'w.
(The government's interest nervous,
'tivation immediately. 'Cultivate sok' '"Florida holds the highest yield of length and breadth, all lines being
cultivation of the dasheen is due to horizontal to it and that it cannot For Weakness and Lou of Appetite fag, try Caidul. E4S 7:
; that you do not cover up .the crowns corn per acre-287 bushels; but it The Old Standard .
its anxiety over the Irish or white potato conceive of a perpendicular; do 1 understand general strengthening tonic
of the plants and keep all the weeds also has the lowest average of any GROVE'S TASTELESS cJat.l TONIC,drives out i
which has developed a tendency correctly that the fourth dimension Malaria and build up the system. A true tonic $
i ) down by hoeing about the plants ev- to contract various diseases and whichis state that pretends to raise corn. :This is to us as the third is to the and sore Appetizer. For adnlta and children. GOc:. 7:>

: cry eight or ten days, so long as.the statement shows the difference be- insect Edgar Lucien Larkin in the "'
becoming more uncer
weeds come or until late in August. admittedly tween scientific methods and the ig- New York American says; .
tain in quality and quantity the
f74 ;t One strong point about the ever- norant slip-shod method. The same "We do not know the mind of the in-

: bearing strawberries is'that they bear harvests go on. applies to the razor-back hog and the sect and cannot decide whether the

t a good crop of fruit in the spring as In a recent number of the Fruit- pedigreed stock. One is ignorance and third dimension is known to it And

well as in the fall They are inclined man's ,Guide a Florida correspondentwrites indolence; the other is scientific and the fourth dimension is not surely Rheumatism

e + to heavier fruiting in June than the that the success of the Flor- sensible. When a person sees razorbacks 0 known to man. :
"To be known geometrically a Blood Poison
? tcT common spring varieties. If they are ida farmers in cultivating dasheen
farm he
know the
on a may straight line must be drawn {
well cared for and fertilized you can will make the Northern farmers sit farmer shows a strong resemblance, dicularly to three others mutually perpen-perpendicular -, Scrof ulaMalaria,

f*t get a crop of fruit in the fall of the up and take notice. He points with and when a person views crooked that is. a perpendicularmust P

pig first year;a crop the next spring, and pride to the crop of a former Jerseyman rows he may know the farmer's backis be constructed to all three sidesof Skin Disease

,' another crop in the fall of the second named Purtice, pho planted five the same. Neatness and accuracyI I a cube. But this is impossible to Because it Purifies

fair acres near Tampa and raised 35,000 the geometer .
year. Thus you get three are as necessary in good farming as F R
P'ga 700 bushels of the "Mind as now phasing in man does
: crops of strawberries in the same pounds, or nearly : in any other profession. the Blood,
not know what Is. Then it
j 'of time that usually get vegetable to the acre. Purtice says
space you "The methods used in farming in does not know,what space is. although BUD WHAT HOTSO FEOFLB SAT orLIPPMAN'S
:; t one. These strawberries bear their he expects to clear the snug sum of the south are far different from those '
space is supposed not to be a thing. GREAT REMEDY-P.: P. P.
'main fall crop the first year, the year $5,000 for his season's work, or a used in other
+ regions, and quite often Yet we say space includes all things.If .'
Teo write Rabbi Se1._., of tt San nab Cea.gregatioo. '
cash of to the MDr. Alldndie. BcfCMr. : *
:yon set them out Common strawber return $1,000 acre.The the man who has not farmed beforewalks we know nothing about space we do "It II the leading blood purifier. .write: "Bad seven attack of
p lies bear their first in the spring correspondent admits that the not know, therefore whether it is Dr.Wattehead.lictcaU.Ga..prescribes I Malarial fever luting irm a week to tea
; crop all over the man who has farmed :
It, and with P.P.P.completely cored J. days. I took your medicine as a forlorn
of the second year. These fall strawberries price of dasheen (5 cents per pound) years in other places. The former curved or not. But the fourth dimension H. Davidson, who bad suffered fifteen hope. but now" confuse that P.P.P. was

it should not be confused with is high but insists that its general has only to learn, but the latter has is a transcendental concept basedon years with blood poison a4ton1., a real benefit. r
the curious theory that space has ,
varieties that occasionally bear a cultivation will reduce prices.
p crop to unlearn and begin over, and unlesshe
curvature all of which is unknown
in the fall of the second year: The Florida, he says, is particularly is willing to learn he will not be a and not proved. ,

true fall strawberries always bear adapted to the raising of dasheen, as success. The great aid in southern

their best fall.crop in the fall of the it will grow in the summer monthson farming, and I suppose is farming I MONEY VALUE OF SMOKE t

first year. land that is not generally used for anywhere, is books. One must read, -- --- ---- SjSl
There is no plant that so adapts itself other The'land where read, read, 'and then read I
any purpose. some more. Over Half the Heat Energy of Coal
to all soils as the strawberry. It the ex-Jerseyman's crop was raisedwas Fertilizers must be studied. Do not Goes Up the Chimney.To WHENEVER[ IOU NEED

5; is a ,fruit that can be grown everywhere planted to celery on November deceive yourself into thinking that it the engineer the smoke rolling ,"

: ; in sandy or in clay soil While 1 of last year and produced $1,400 to is so simple that it does not require and billowing out of the power house '

A good drainage is essential there' is the acre and on February he planted study. Each variety of plant requires chimney is Just like so many dollars GENERAl

nothing that the strawberry delights Irish potatoes, realizing $500 to the different treatment Some more of taking wings from the company's A T NIC. TAKE GROYEILThe
in more than a moist soil Your land strong box. The smoke escaping froma
Y acre. On June 1 he put in dasheen, one plant food,'and some more of
: may be sandy: loam,black swamp soil which at $1,000 per acre will give hima another; and that is knowledge that steam plant is composed of nearly .
60 per cent of the heat energy of the Old Standard Tasteless chill Tonic
heavy clay, or rich clay loam, and in grand total of $2,900 per acre for must be gained from books. Home Grove's is Equally
R any of these with good drainage coal which is being burned. Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts the Liver
you of
his year's work.According mixing fertilizers is a great saver. This energy is lost in the tiny particles !- en ,
can grow good strawberries. But of to.Robert. A. Roung Tillage must be studied, soils, mar- of coal and carbon which escape Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds up--

,' all locations avoid land that has been scientific asistant in Uncle Sam's office kets and marketing. All these things up the chimney In the various gases the Whole System. F-'t'Grown People and Children.. ..

: long in grass, for in such sods will always < of foreign seeds and plants of the require study; but all these things which are freed before they are burned -
: be found larvae and other insects the dasheen can be studied from in the heated air and in various
-- agricultural department, government I Too know what you are taking when you take Grove';,Tasteless chill Tonle;
4 "that would likely destroy the is closely allied to the taros of Hawaii bulletins for the cost of postage.' other ways. So, for every $10 spent u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well boa..
k ., plants. Land that was in cultivation China and and is well "Land varies in for coal $6.50 is lost up the chimney. tonic of and is
Polynesia, Florida every fifty properties QUININE IRON. It as strong,as the strongest bitter|
the previous season, or plowed the adapted for culture in most lands of feet or so; there are clay regions; Assuming that the energy of coal In tonic and is in Tasteless Form. .It has no equal for Malaria Chills and Fenr,|
100 cent 2 of this
only cent
past fall is recommended; on such the south. loam regions, sandy-loam regions, is available per in the form fer of light when Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor to Nurriaf j
land we advise early shallow Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without pnrgiaf.'.
0. W. Barrett who connected hammock regions
was :swamp regions and yon snap on the electric lamps. Nearly
Y' Just before you are ready to plant Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action.aid!
with the Porto Rico agricultural experiment sand regions. A person that buys 99 per cent of the original coal energy
. purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengtheact.1No
i The planting should be early in the station, made the first col- land without seeing it is to is lost in transmitting this energy into
open every -
should be without it. Guaranteed :
family by your Druggist We mean it S9c;"j
k spring as the soil' can be worked in lection of tuberous rooted aroids, im- loss that such a variety of land heat from beat to steam from steamto '

good condition; for the plants will do portant food plants in the tropics, and makes possible. It is postively reck- electricity and in transmitting the ';

better if they are set before they is less to electricity to jour home.
authority for the statement that purchase land without seeing
The of the electric Is .
have efficiency lamp
started much
It is
growth. not the vegetable probably got its name same. The person that does so 5 in
< may only per cent- other words, the
,i. practical.always and in every section in the Trinidads, where it wsa called expect to get anything from a sand lamp tarns into light S per cent of the SEEDS SEEDS

to do this; but the earlier they are "da chine" (pronounced dasheen), hill to a fish pond; and I am not sosure energy it receives and wastes 95 percent .

set the better they will grow that season being a form of patois of the French: but that he deserves it of It In useless heat-New York Cow or Field Peas; Velvet Beans; Chufas; :
and a larger will set the following World.
crop Indies China. A subsoil '
meaning J clay with a sandy loams
r-- '4 fall; and in every section the Dasheen is known, Mr. Roung says, rf& e cannot be improved upon, as Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected Field

planting should be done'as fast as the in various parts of tropical 'America one acts upon the other. Hammock Poetry and Poverty. Corn. Complete and full .stock Gar
Writing of Poets' Corner, W. J. Lof-
fail spring to advances northward. Do not as malanga, eddo, coco, taya and tair- land is excellent, and even the very tie, in "Westminster Abbey. comments den Seed, Poultry feed and
plant some everbearing ier, and belongs to the genus* Colo- sandy soils can be supplied with humus on the frequent and pathetic '

;n S' strawberries, whether you have a casia. and compete with the two men liance between poetry and al'l Supplies; Incubators. ;

'r' town lot; backyard a private garden The dasheen stalks grow to a heightof tioned above. 'The first of the pacts laid here, Chaucer Oldest established and largest Seed House in, !=Florida. Write :

or a broad thousand acres; my word : four to six feet, It has shield "A mistake most often made by -who dwelt in a house in the monastery for illustrated Catalogue.
for it, you will never regret planting! purchasers garden known as "The Rose"- :
shaped ears not unlike
elephant ears. buying too much land.
some of the fall or everbearing strawberries Each hill of dasheens contain one or Florida land produces three to four "fell into poverty in his old age." E. MARTIN FEED CO. ;
Spenser to Drummond "
according of
:. J. N. Bradford in
Up-to-Date more large spherical corms, crops a year, whereas in other sec- Hawthornden. "died for lake ofbread" 206 East Bay St. JACKSON VILLE, FLA.'.

Farming. growing to five pounds in weight, tions only one crop,, is produced; so in King's street Westminster.Ben .

a r around which are developed numerous one-third to onelfourth as much landis Jonson "died in great poverty" in
MAY SUPPLANT POTATO. tubers. Both corms and tubers are required. a house on the north side of the abbey,

similar to the potato in composition, "Indolence cannot be tolearted. You near St Margaret's. Dryden is another -

Dasheen May Revolutionize Our Bill but contain less water. must work in Florida as well as in immortal to whom the same fate at-
f taches also Butler of "Hndibras"
of Fare In Time. One plant will produce from four to any other place. ;
fame. Chaucer's house demolished
was -
ten pounds of tubers in good rich soil. "So many people come to the south to make way for Henry VIL's Favorite Fertilizers

:;. A recent issue of the New York Both corms and tubers have an agree- with the idea of making a fortune chapel. His :gray marble tomb dates

7 Sun had the following: able nutty flavor and are easily di- immediately. Perhaps the person is only from 1555. Though so late in erection rI

f" Uncle Sam's scientific farmers,'who gested. somewhat aged, perhaps has dissipated it is good to recall that the tomb

r .' arc paid to discover and cultivate new Government analysis show that the his youth; in fact, with one foot in was the gift of a brother poet in hap- s

things that are good to eat, believe dasheen contains 27 2-3 per cent of the grave, has' never been a successat pier material circumstances. Nicholas

c that in the dasheen, which is good carbohydrates (starches and sugar) anything; and then comes south Brigham.

baked, stuffed, scalloped, boiled or and 3 per cent of protein, as against with his great capabilities, and expects "We, the People of England. ARE BEST : .-

mashed or creamed, and from which 18 per cent carbohydrates for the gold dollars to roll down the Every one has heard of the three -
you can make pies and 'puddings or. white potato and 2.2 per cent of pro- road and jump into his pockets. No tailors of Tooley street" but it: is not FOR ; : ;-t
just convert it into flour for bread, tein.The doubt, great things can be accomplished generally known that only two of them ,

Y' s pancakes, etc, they have hit upon a dasheen requires rich sandy in the south; great things have were actually tailors. The three men ALL CROPS i i''

vegetable that is going to reduce the soil, very moist, but ,well drained. It been accomplished, but that is one were John Gorse tailor Tooley street; r '

cost of living and will make the potato is not injured by occasional floodingand great thing that cannot be 0 accom Thomas Satterly. tailor Weston street Write' for Catalogue. !- ,. i
and George Sandham, Bermolid- f
perk to maintain its the hammock grocer
up reputa- lands of Floridaare plished. f "
v s;i tion. therefore especially adapted to it "Some have an idea that Florida is' sey meet street after business They were hours accustomed at a public to .. ;to:
t !
-k. From Florida comes the report that The corms do not keep well a flowery kingdom .3"ii.. ,'
as as whereas most of house in Tooley street in Son thwart y .. ".
'the dasheen is finding much favor the tubers and it is the land :\'.
considered advisable in its natural state is so de- to drink beer, smoke their pipes talk
among the farmers of that state and to utilize them first The first solate looking it is repellant Others politics and discuss public affairs. DurIng

that it is becoming'popular as table grade tubers weigh from four to five think oranges grow on fence posts; the movement for Catholic emancipation INDEPENDENT FERTlUZERCq{

food thanks to the experiments of ounces and are thoughfby many to but an orange tree must be five years when Canning was prime minister ,

the state agricultuiral department and be superior to the Irish potato. old before you gaze on its golden these three worthies determinedto JACKSONVILLE FLA.ffl

to the government farmers at'Broo -I It is believed that the dasheen will fruit Expecting too much and petition parliament on the subject t ,
i (ville, Fla, plant introduction field station be a familiar vegetable in our mar. disillusioned, discourages hundreds. and with they these commenced words. "We.the the document of j! WE SELL SEED POTATOES.;. > ,-"' .f'. '
people -

;f(;.f;'f..". J ;'t.t.<'to 1' .'-"4 ''...'li. Io.-'and.. _elsewhere. ._...__ I".kets before long., Florida'simply... has a wonderful cli- England-London i preaJ& *( I'I -.i' f

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'.fH' : selected the point where he met theenemr"'u other generals can not be acquired in Republicans are able to'figure Bouae.1 OP FLORIDA.. ;">vBRADFORD l

a ; 4,BATTLE l J. ,, OP OLUSTEE. + the best place for deckling any'school, not even in'that of war. paper how they will carry,the.House .'-Nature Gives Timely Warnings That ,COUNYTBRIDA _: '

1: i .tftfttttfii+ the issue, and that point happened to "Such a system would be thoroughly in November. The Progressives talk No Starke Citizen Can ,Afford INGRAM, 4:

;.: be two miles east of: the'railroad sta. unsound if transplanted to theAmerican of making gains. Primary returns I to Ignore. va.- 1.

: r. '\Woodiest battle that'wu tion of Olustee in a pine forest army, the organization" of from states like Iowa and South Da- WILL INGRAM I IBILL i

rr.; [ fought on Florida toil during the ,civil' Evidently Gen. Finegan''believed which is quite diflerent fromconti- kota, where the votes were exceptionally DANGER SIGNAL NO 1 comes *QRDIVORCE i '}

[ \i I W jj,jaa"if special interest to all who: that"Gen.. Colquitt would be forced to nental armies. In fact the most striking light are indicative of apathy. from the kidney secretions. They will NOTICE TO 'APPEAR .-

1f4 attend "the Confederate reunion and retreat to the entrenchments, with feature in our service is 'the'absence This indifference makes the average warn you when the kidneys are weak. To Will THE Ingrain STATE Greeetings OF FLORIDA' "

'\ I ni ltW tnth the heroes who engaged the army pursuing him, and that the of what constitutes the very essence : candidate for another term in Con Well kidneys excreet a clear amber Defendant It having Will been Ingram shown by fc aflidjvtt clOsea that of the th*

l r hit tlsii prattle.i Confederates would then have an advantage of the foreign establishments; gross want to go home to poke up his fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a State of Florida bat that his whereabouts to

i SGigylIty miles west of Jackson- ,that would outweigh the pre- that is, a great standing army serving constituents, with the object of get thin, pale and foamy, or a thick, red, unknown twen and that said defendant that tber is to over BO OM the 4

l 1ht t'iJ a railroad station bear- ponderance in numbers of the Fed in corps, divisions, and brigades, ting them to work for him and to ill-smelling urine, full of sediment inthee State Florida on whoa service earn

t\r lll i tti i''i me of! Olustee. It is doubt- erals. ,But fearing that Gen. Coltplittuld in which. the average officer of,.any help out the voters ,when it comes and irregular of passage. be It had is to therefore bind said ordered Defendant.considered, and adJudged ': : ,

i\, ful'ifa1; considerable per cent of wo be too seriously engaged to retreat grade learns the details of his profession time to go ,to the polls.ffffifftf DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes do appear that to the the said Complainant's Defendant Bill Will of Ingram Complaint + -

f. r t aft1erl,:when they hear the name without great loss, Gen. ,by practical work and with from the back. Back pains', dull and herein on or before the tOta day of t
station called by the train Finegan' ordered his leSl'the fffitff4f : June A. D. !tIt, in default whereof a decree IOt -
t/Of tho porter forces, the minimum of theory. heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest pro eonfesso will be entered against the said
: gagman, know that one of the entrenchment section; on the field, he ".+ weak kidneys and in that case warn Will Ingram.. '
j "Our system of military education It is further ordered that this, notice be :
*mrt'tieadly! battles of the'war was himself leading. must therefore differ frcm that of the + CORN CULTIVATION. :+ you of the danger of Dropsy, gravel published in the Bradford County Telegraph -.y
foagjt! ,there, and that in point of j Late, in the evening the forces be- + + and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford a t' ,
other great nations of the world. It county. Florida once each week for six ceza- -
rompers engaged the aggregate loss j came engaged in the pine forest. The must be such as to educate our officers + + fffff4fffffffi'The Pills are endorsed by thousands. a In Wig Whereof." hereunto* i: <
I have
v than Gettysburg and heavy, of federal Here's Starke set
>uN -greater roar guns drownedthe so that they will be able at a recent drought that has occurred proof: my hand and affixed the seal of oar Circuit .
fug reports of the lighter artillery of Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, Court on this the 9th day of May A. D, 1914. I i
moment's notice, when the war expansion over most of the state of Florida W. T. WEEKS Clerk. -
l, Thi'battle :of Olustee :was the cli- the Floridians. Canister was hurled comes, to perform the duties of during the month of May has broughtto Fla., says: "It has been some little By B. A.,Week*. D. C. ., '

&,Vt._J Lincoln to restore FlordaMto' range, but the regiments stood firm. it but I know the remedy helped me. I :"f.
service in branches of the army, both the fact that it is all important ";
thq union. On January 13, 1864, Gen. Harrison brought two Georgia line and staff, in which they are not to hold in the soil as much was having trouble from my back all

'fitSideDt, Lincoln directed Gen. Gilsjiore'then regiments into line in support of Col commissioned in time of peace: For moisture as possible against these of the time and Doan's Kidney Pills IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TB'JUDICIAL OBCITIT -

'.1 in command of the mill. quitt and Finegan, relieving a sectionof this reason we have established a.. periods. Cultivation in corn or any cured me. Others of the family have BRADFORD OF fLORIDA.I COUNTY

"1 !_y forces of the south Atlantic Gamble's battery that had suffered progressive system of schools designed other crop is' carried on for two main also used this remedy with good re DOME GLOVERVS.
lCO{ st.to assist in constructing a govf I by the federal fire. Colquitt again advanced to sults. I don't mind praising it." .
: teach officers and men limited reasons, tine to keep down weeds and JOHN GLOVER 1
} .raaeit in Florida on a union basis.: with such rapidity as to drive only by their individual capaci grass, the other to conserve the moist Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply BILL FOB

\flie late' John Hay Head. at the head back the enemy, capturing several of ties for its assimilation, the duty o ture. The common practice of give ask for a kidney remedy-get TO APPEAR D1VORCKNOTICE
; iof i iA40 and twenty steamers their guns. Confederate ammunition Doan's Pills-the THE STATE OF FLORIDA
{ men the man-in-arms in all grades from ing the corn three or four cultivations Kidney same that ,
4 : the St. Johns' river, landing became exhausted but the troops Mr. Austin had. Foster-Milbnrn Co. To John Glover. Greeting: ,-
came.tp lowest to highest then laying it by is not one that It having been shown by affidavit that the -
it :at Jacksonville February 7. A few stood firmly] in line under a heavy fire I 'Th military educational the County Demonstration Agents Props, Buffalo, N. R. Defendant John Glover b a nofi-resident! of ,'
,. __ system the State of Florida and that the1 residence '
rntil their
were fired at them boxes a
'j<: shot* by a com cartridge were reo r the United States comprises: The recommend as a general practice. of said Defendant is at Climax County of 1

"''i ploy of confederates, but the landin4i g filled. Then the troops in gray, the military academy at West Point for Where this is done, usually the last for sale of intoxicating liquors for Decagon Defendant, State is over of Georgia the age and'that of twenty-one said ;

: | Accomplished without serious rebel yell resounding through the forest the education of cadets; post schoolsfor cultivation occurs far too early in the beverage purposes in the United yean. '
,1 ieab1e''' pushed forward again in States, in accordance with the It is therefore ordered. considered and ad-
: compact Joint
the ; .
instruction of enlisted men; season. The fact that the corn is Judgel that said Defendant John Glover do
JTpe best day the army began its formation against the federal lines, garrison schools for the instructionof making a growth of ear and finishingout Resolution introduced in the United appear to the Complainant's Bbl of Com
herein before the Zed day ofIllDe
'larch. into the heart of the state in which gave way under the charge until officers in subjects pertaining: to the ripening period would. indicate States Congress by Congressman plaint A D. 1914.on in or default wheruof a decree .
three 'columns. The respective col-; the entire force was in full retreat. Richmond Pearson Hobson. pro eonfesBO will be entered agaiust the said .
the that
$ performance of their ordinary duties at this time, particularly, it John Glover. ,
''i-. were commanded by Joseph B. The victorious confederates followed ; the Army Service Schools at Ft. needs a sufficient amount of moisure Prohibition A Gain. It is further ordered that this'notice be ,i -
: jltitileyt of Connecticut Cot William their advantage California wine makers have published in the Bradford County ;JTelegraph: ;
t. up dispersed the and been
Leavenworth, Kan., including the enough fertility to give it the a newspaper published at Starke :n'Bradford l ss
: B.1 ta Barton, and Cot Guy V. Henry. many lines of defense erected by I Army School of the Line,'the Army thorough stage of ripening: It has vigorously opposing state-wide, and COIlDt consecutive). Florida weeks.,
The*column under Cot Henry travel Seymour's men until darkness put an Staff College, the Army Signal School long been observed that when corn of course, nationwideprohibition In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set =
id faster than the others and were end to the battle. The federals did and'the ripens upon the ground that it would destroythe I my hand and affixed the seal of !tour Circuit
quickly because of
Army Field Engineer School; droughttheears I Court on this the 13th day of,Kay A. D. ;
soon far in advance of the remainderjttite not halt until they reached Sanderson, the Army Field Service and Correspondence are small and inferior, while if grape industry, and they have 1914 c b

force. He surprised what was 7 miles away. Fearing pursuit,they School for medical officers; the growing season continues and been sending out appeals to grape- L. S. W, T.By WEEKS B. A. Weeks Clerk; u. C.

,taown 'as the :Milton artillery, captnrcd pressed on to St. Mary's river, a distance the Special Service schools, consisting weather conditions remain favorablethe growers and other voters of the state May A. 156tNOTICE Z. Adkini Solicitor for Coat. i

some' of their ammunition and of ten miles, as one writer expresses of the Engineer school, Washing growth is much better. setting forth their point of view. It '

Supplies; and reached Baldwin on the it, "the wounded filling the ton Barracks, D. C., the Coast Artillery There is only one thing needed that has developed, however, according to OF APPLICATION I'OK TAX: ;

mIni of February 10. The first night air with lamentations, the crippled School, Fort Monroe Va., the the growth process continues until the the California Voice, that "prohibition DEED UNDER SECTION 'I OF HAP, ,c-

j" ions '.fight of the campaign occurred horses. neighing in pain and a Mounted Service School, Fort Riley growth is made, and that is that would be a financial gain instead of TER 4888 LAWS OF FLOBJDA.
at the crossing of the S full the I of loss to Notice is bertby given that Geo. &Kelley -;
t moon kissing cold, clammy Kaiu, the Army Medical School, there be a sufficient amount of moisi grape growers"Winemalep of Tax: Certificate No. 69. dated

"Mary river: where Major Robert Bar'lino lips of the dying." Washington, D. C.,*the School of Fire ture lying against the roots, giving i I ers, it appears, pay from $8 to $10 a the certificate 6th day in of my June office A.,D.and 1910.has has nda4e filed application said ';, ,

checked him, with two comp an- Gen. Seymour abandoned Baldwin : for Field Artillery, Fort Still, Okla., them an opportunity to take from the ton for grapes, while manufacturersof for tax deed to issue in accordance a ,

,>MJ> of the Second Florida_ cavalry. on the retreat burning $60,000 worth the School of Musketry, Fort Still, soil the fertility they need. grape juice, and other large'buyers with law.described Said certificate property situated embraces in the Brad following : a

lii Seventeen federals were killed and of stores collected there, and came to Okliu, the Signal Corps Aviation The cultivation, therefore, should of grapes not used in making wine, ford county. Florida, to-witNW} ">ofSWU "A
;;lw ended in this fight The Floridiansr'1 Jacksonville which forti- pay regular market price of $32 See. 15 Tp 6. S. Bange 21 E 40 A. The sail
was strongly School, San Diego, CaL, the Schools continue until the ears are well madeand a land being assessed at the date of Issuance
4 five of their men. On the nightd fied. His forces were increased to for Bakers and Cooks almost past the dough stage ton. With the elimination of the fey of such certificate in the name of Unknown k
Washington ,
unless said certificate shall be redeemed according '" '
\, February 11, CoL Henry had lostfids 12,000 men, but no further effort was Barracks, D. C., and Presidio, of San since this is really the critical. time in mented beverages would come 'a to law tax deed will lsaue;thereon .:

:,way to Lake 'City, where he made to retrieve the disaster of Olus Francisco, CaL, the Training School the process of corn. growing. greater demand,for the unfermented on Witness the lit my day official of June signature A. D. 1914.and seal this

,;I is ped,1' tee.The for Saddlers] and for Battery Mechanism It is probable that there will be a and for the fruit au natureL the 2nd day of May A. D. 1914.

'f there ,were but few Confederatetroopi aggregate loss of the confederates of Field Artillery, Rock Island break of the drought before the ripening Clerk Circuit W.Coo T. WEEKS.Bradford County. <
in Florida at this' time and in the battle Telegraph $1.50 a year. Florida. : *
, of Olustee
was Arsenal Illinois period. The rain
the School of Instruction may continue By B. A. Weeks. D.C.May85t "
t fever still that had ever seen serious 946, that of the federals 1861, thus for enlisted men in the regular for two or three days, and if so, it NOTICE OP ELECTION. :

)_ !e. They .,were_ commanded by giving a_total loss of 2,807. The percentage army selected for detail for duty would not be advisable to go in immediately Br the power vested in them br the School
i Cm JosePh Finegan, a man possessed of loss to the federals was with the afterward and Laws of the State of Florida., the Board of IN CIRCUIT COURT. 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT =:'
organized militia, the Engineer cultivate, Public Initmetion of Bradford county hereby OF FLORIDA ," -
.of\ great courage and good judg- about 35, greater than Gettysburg, in Trade Schools; the Army War but it would be better to wait for two orders elections to be held at the following BRADFORD COUNTY. '. l _-.. f
I J precincts and places on the 29th day of June KATIE COWART "
abet, but inexperienced in war. Gen. excess of Chickamauga and far aheadof College, Washington D. C., the schoolof or three days as the roots have a tendency A. D. 1914. for the purpose of electing three VS.J. r'
.Beauregard was then stationed at the percentage of loss in any European instruction for I college students to come to the surface and a trustees and to determine the. amount of mil- C COWART
lag to be assessed: BILL FOR \
'% .Charleston, S. C., and Gen Finegan battle. The confederate loss and the military departments of civil cultivation just at this time may Palestine school house for creating district MVORCK. i -" ,
t :appealed to him for help. Gen. W. M. in close and electing three trustees for two yean and NOTICE TO APPEAR t
'v! percentage was to 25, and the institutions at which officers of the cause it to fire and cut off a part of determine the amount of millage to ba assessed. THE STATE OF FLORIDA' i
.'"? Gardner, commanding the Confedforee combined percentage is 31. FrancisP. army are detailed under the provis the yield. It would be advisable, To J. C. Cowart. Greeting: F 9
-trato of a few hundred in middle Fleming in his Palestine school house creating district and It having been shown by affidavit that the
of Florida ions of law. however, after a shower, to immediately electing trustees. Bourdaries u follows: Defendant ]. C. Cowart is a non-resident ef c'
,'Florida, was ordered to the assistance ," says of Olustee: "The battle Wait s .' cultivate and thereby conserve Beginning at northeast corner of section 19, the State of Florida, and that the residence )
township 4 south of range 20 cut and run said Defendant is at Waycross.. Georgia and
<< Gen. Finegan., As chance had assuredly one of the bloodiest of the I the moisture and prevent it from escaping south on section line to south east corner of that said Defendant is over the age of twenty*
iCUqDitt's: Georgia brigade was within war in proportion to the numbers en + 4 ffff + ftffiiff readily. section 7. township fi south of range 20 east one years. ,
ineb .I thence west on section line to south west corner It hi therefore ordered considered and adJudged )
T_ ,of the scene ,of the impending gaged, and an incontestable victory. Moisture is an all-important problem of section 12 township i, south rang It that the said Defendant J. O, Cowart
Wonsict, and Gen. Beauregard orderedorganization Gen. Finegan and his + AGONY NEARLY OVER. + east, thence north on section line to northwest do appear to the Complainant's Hill of Cam- (.; '
command were + at this season of the year and corner of section I, thence wet on township plaint herein on or before the 20th day of t
:1hatsplendid to doublev at once congratulated by Gen. Geau- + every effort should be made to conserve line to south west corner of south east June A. D. 1914. in default whereof 'a decree ; t.
i...pick to Oluatee. t4 4ffffffffffff + quarter of section 84 township 4, south of pro eonfesso will be entered against the said ,.
regard, and in May were voted thanksby it. Shallow and continued cultivation range 19 cut, thence north on half section J. C Cowart. ,
WhOe these preparations were golf the Confederate States ,Congress." Washington, D. C., June 6.-House has been the cause and secret said line to line the to Baker the point county of line beginning.Win. thence. east on lished I tis la further the ordered Bradford that County this notice Telegraph be pub-a r'-8

,on', Gen. Finegan was confronted members are looking forward to quitting of the big yields of corn that have Brannen, Ben Nettle and Frank> newspaper published at Starke in Bradford
si,JJT on, aniy of about 6,000 men, well ifffttt4 ffffff Washington in a few weeks to been produced in the Southern States Brannen, Managers One to act u clerk. county weeks.Florida. once a week for Six' consecutive

mod! and equipped. Finegan'g army .. I' look after 'their political interests. and it is well for the farmers to observe For electing three trustees for two years In hand Witness and affixed Whereof.the I seal have hereunto set fy -

I-i$ )I-tiered_ about 600. chance gave + MILITARY EDUCATION. + This does not mean that Congress is these facts just at this season. be and assessed.determining Managers the amount: Enoch of Gnffis millage, G. A.to Court on th:sthe 11th "day of of our May Circuit'A. D. i_

3 B a regard time to supply re- likely to adjourn, for there is nothing ORVILLE L. MIZELL, clerk.Pierce and Jesse Beddub. one to act as 1914. W. T. WEEKS Clark ; .

|WOftU1enta. Gen. Gilmore, for pre- ftffffffftttf4 I' yet in sight to disclose that the Special Agent Sampson City A. S Crews B. A. Weeks D. C.: s,?Y'By

ft "Rtionary reasons, ordered his army Washington, D. C., June 6.-HowUncle session will end before August. But Dukes, Flori Ob. and For determining electing three the amount trustees of,for millage two to years be Solicitor for Comp.
tJ.1i.entrench near Lake City and await Sam keeps the officers and men the House has finished most of its assessed. Managers: Jim Smith. Frank May 15-6t 'T-_ ?

1 "opments. This delay was pre- in his army up to the top notched of work which it regards as imperative. + + + ffffd'ffttff + Jones and S. Prescott Graksji, one to act; u clerk. 1'a 4:

iselt' what Gen. Beauregard wan efficiency is told in special, reporton It is nearly through the trust bills, + + For enlarging the boundaries of the district Notice is hereby MASTERS given SALE.that under and by t ;
..plan! + PROHIBITION PROGRESS. + and electing three trustees for two years virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made -
i was to delude
the Federalsbelief "Educational Systems in the and little remains to be done and
withrespect to determine the amount of millage to be and, rendered June ltd, 1914, by the Judge :' ,
yie4e; the that no steps would be American Army" in the annual reportof to appropriations. Consequently f f assessed. Managers: W. D. Wasdin, O. W. of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial .
Dysl and & B. Roberts, to ele Circuit of Florida,
fee 111111111111. one act u r t in and for Brs4fi>rd
1111111111 ,
t to assist the Florida.troops. As' the CommisisoHer of Education it will not be long before the II- F. G. SCHELL county, in chancery in favor of Jennie M.:
jE4 1ut 'of the Nine states have Secretary and Superintendent Schoo b. Bodge* Hoffman and her husband, R. R. Hoff t,
: plan, on the night of just issued. The statement was prepared House leaders find themselves wrest* already adopted s-s-4t man, and W B. Harvard Complainants .
;!; brsaty 11, 1864, the batteriesestop of by Capt. Douglas McArthurand ling with the problem of keeping a state-wide prohibition. Of the other against E. T. Campbell Ethalena Campbell and her husband, r-
I defendant, the undersigned
harbor, opened a terrific approved by General LeonardWood. quorum. thirty-nine states so much territoryis MASTER'S SALE. will offer for sale before the courthouse door
tkau qn Morris island "dry" that more than of Notice is hereby given that under and by at Starke. Florida, during the legal hoar ef
the federal After the House 47,000,000our
gets through the virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made sale on Monday. July 6th 1914. t othe high
'igbold, and under this excitement "No country in the world has as trust bill and the appropriation bills, population are now: living under and rendered June 2nd. 19U, by the Judge est and best bidder for cash the following
of the described real
Court of the Eight Judicial estate lying and being is the _
tColquitt brogade was withdrawnBeiaregard's complete a system of professional it will doubtless continue to go thru prohibtion, the saloonless area of the Circuit of Florida, in and for Bradford Count town of Starke, County of Bradford. State of
), in chancery, in favor of Florida, to-wit: '
'i thin lines and sent scholastic training for its officers astheUnitedStatesdeclares some of the motions of legislation but United States being seventy-one per complainant and against J. A. B.Wainright Rboden. Lota One Two. Three and Four of. Block! it'

|5.Lake City. Orders were also sent Captain it is likely to accomplish little. Evenif cent, of the entire country. At the and the undersigned his wife, Lettie will offer Wainright.for sale defendants before the, of One Starke of J., G.Section Alvares Twenty-eight Addition to, the To\ntbir r... _

!.1 .tb,Georgia troops under Gen. G. McArthur. "This is ,due to the inherent it passes one or more bills of importance present time, five states, Washington, courthouse door at Starke Florida during the Six. South of Range Twenty-two East, l

.t 1Iairison 'to go to' the relief of difference between the military it will be for political effect, Oregon, California, Colorado and Virginia to legal the hours highest of sale and on best Monday bidder, for July cash 6, ISle the, Special A. S. Master CREWS in, Chawety. ,

; Mf i. .n. It is a matter of interest estalishments of foreign nations and knowing the Senate has its hands full are engaged in campaigns for following in Bradford described County.real estate Florida lying, to-wib-and beIng June A. Z.6-61.Adidas Solicitor for Complal Baits. -
\.",.traction that, that of state-wide prohibition next Nov A piece of land in the f 7 i .
Gen. Harrison our own. Their armies are with the trust question and can do 51- Florida town of Stu lee, :
g IN* commander of the Department at all times kept upon a war footing, little else this session. ber. Two others, Idaho and Arizona, post of the beginning southwest at the quarter northwest of southwest corner MASTER'S BALE <

: *>.Ttlmess, United Confederate as a result of which they have ample House memberS, as well as Senators are planning for like campaigns. 22 quarter cut,of and section running 28. township thence ,east< south 484 nnm feet, virtue Notice of is a hereby final decree given of that foreclosure Dade aaj taade by

9'z z Association, and resides at opportunity for the perfect trainingof are weary of having been keptin Iowa, Texas, Utah and Florida are thence thence sooth North 418 418 feet feet, thence to said wet point 484 of feet be, of and the rendered Circuit June Court Srd.of 1914 the ,Eighth by the Judicial Judge

Ala. the personnel in the practical duties almost continuous session for fourteen working to secure state-wide prohibition ] i ginning. Circuit of Florida, la and for Bradford -
county, In chancery in favor of
O. L.
A. S. Tbowas.
concentrating this force, and of the military profession."In months. Few of them have had next year. Other states are 6-S-St' Special CREWS.Master in Chancery. and against L. C Smith and Lilia Smith

".to the scene all the troops in such an army, the main objectis much opportunity to give attentionto stirring in the matter. People are his wife for,,sale defendant before, the the vnders'gned courthouse door will offer at .

'Gen. Beauregard massed an to train every man for the efficientperformance their local political conditions. In everywhere aroused and the prohition biNOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of _y
Thirty days after date sale on Monday
of the first publication July 6th 1914, to the high
of Approximately 5,000 men in of his duties in the grade the present chaotic political situation, idea advances by leaps and of this notice I will apply to the est and bat bidder for cash the following

tr of Lake City before the which he holds when war comes. A members from close districts are uncertain bounds. Honorable Bradford Gen count A.). Gardiner Flor'da ,for County an order Judgeof to town described of Raiford.real estate County lying of and Bradford.being in.State the ,,

were aware of his purpose. lieutenant does not dream of becoming and apprehensive over whether Widely Endorsed., cell interest at private sale the undivided one.ele.ca rte of Florida, to-wit: "
each of Bertha andAlbcrtha Lewis. Commencing at the South-east corner ef .
c' when Cen. Seymour, in a captain merely as a result of they can secure re-election. Resolutions sent to Congress thru minor heirs of John Lewis deceased in and the South-east quarter of the Northwest ,
to the following parcel of land situate in quarter of the Northeast quarter, and
of,the federals, moved from war except a sa vacancy is made for The House members would like an the National Woman's Christian Temperance Bedford county, Florida. and described as sing North 210 feet for a point of beg:aninr run t
n at St. him in the casualties of Union endorsing the Shap- follow to-wit: thrace running West 210 feet; thence North
Marys, February battle. Only arrangement whereby the House Northwest quarter of Southwest quarter of :iO feet; thence East 210 feet: thence South
'" Ra1. confronted with a force alai in tho same way does a captain expect could gain the consent of the Senate pard-Hobson amendment represent at Section Nine, Township Seven Range Twen 210 feet to the place of beginning of Srethm
ty. East. less Five aero Pouth of railroad-, IlL TowuWn -E, Sob of Bange 21, East, -
,' : numerous as his own. StaIn to become a colonel; nor would for an adjournment for thirty days or this writing'over 3,600,000 persons Also South half of Softhwpf quarter of containing One Acre more or lea with all. .. 1. ;r
this the idea be and they are still coming. The resolution Northwest quarter of Section Nine, Township the appurtenance thtrmn'o belonging.. .
,. instance, like those of tolerated that great numbers so while the Senate kept on grindingSuch Seven South of Range Twenty. East containing A. S.
-, 1 an battles, are conflicting, of trained'line officers are to be proposals invariably fail to I adopted by churches; young less. in .all Fifty-ave (55) acres more or ,, Special, Mutr CRES.il Cisncrry;

,confederates had between 4,. I I sudenly transferred to various staff eventuate. Senators feel that if they people's societies, clubs and other organizations CHARITY LEWIS. z.dlu fr Complaining,

.d, 6.000 men i=4 the federals positions. have to remain in Washington and i and by public meetings, 65-St, Guardian of said minors. o ,s .

WOO and 6,009 in the bat- "Their organizations are founded swelter, the House ought to remain, reads_ ,--- as-- -fnllnmarResolved---- ____ NOTICE Her TO not CEIOl AN creditors OTHERS, ', ,

: Ohstee. However, the, en- upon the theory that there is nothingmysterious' too. The solution which is usually That we are in hearty NOTICE OF FINAL PISCHiRGE aao distributee and a J1 z
is hereby having elam
riven to all mnevrned that any or demand ,
confederates numbering sevBdred in the art of war; that found is that the House takes a series favor of National Constitutional Prohibition six: months after date bereof I will presentmv estate of W. H. Rivers, d late ef \h "J '; .
b technical J and will do all within final returns a. administrator of th Town of Stare County :
were not actually enG and scientific training is of three-day adjournments, and the our es of Florida '
tate of SaUlt S. Che eu. late of Bradford any and ail such _
-. : n. Ffaegan feared that the needed by only a small portion of point of whether a quorum is pres- power to secure the adoption of an Bounty Florida, deceased and apply to th or ia demands t the undersigned er.cli ;Ii

.eould not be tempted to at- military officers; that certain things ent is seldom raised. amendment to the Constitution forever I for County final Judge discharge.of Bradford County," Florid this two notice will, the be time pleaded rn in br b Iw..r'. '

R trenchments, and after a which 'a Napoleon must know, every House members are completely up prohibiting the sale, manufacture my J. D. BAXTER. THIS THE 8TH DAY J. E.OF VA.t.11L

,. Jig for position, he orGNO. -- officer must know, and can as readily in the air over the political outlook. for sale transportation for sale, importation Chester Administrator, deceased.of, ,the Estate of SaDie, S. Executor of the Last W J"-:. 1
W. H. .
) ,.t "., Colquitt to advance and acquire as he; while those things Democratic fear his been growing for for sale and, exportation Jam, Wnv May I'a -. "" 4
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:( ;.. :. .iDtez. _. bets. Gathered' During the' Week by Our

f [! Regular Correspondent

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r I Yarborough has withdrawn' from the

%) J Miss Margaret Boggess, who bas race of matrimony,"but,we understand H'

been attending Stetson University at that his ,brother/John -is still in the
DeLand, is spending her vacation at race.Everybody ., The first time
.the home of her parents, Rev. and invited oattend, .th e you get a

Mrs Olin Boggess, here. New River, Literary Society every "-
t ((The village improvement' sOciety; Friday bight, beginning. at 7:30., whiff of Stag from some otherfellow'.s Ctrl

met last Friday at the home of Mrs.
E. D. Sayles. There was a good number -

present and considerable,business Miss ..Thelma'Schell has returned pipe, REMEMBER

from school She has ben studying
I was transact

.' Mr. Harry Jones, of'Jacksonville, at the Woman's- College,'Tallahassee. that Stag's taste is as good.
has returned
Y was a business visitor to Lawtey on ; Mr.. Sydney Padgett
for his summer vacation from the n -

Monday The building boom seems to have Florida State University.Miss as its fragrance. '

Ina Alderman has returned
1 struck Lawtey this summer. Besides .

the addition to Mr. Enoch Griffis* for the summer from Columbia College 5 D'

warehouse and cottage occupied by Lake City. I Try a tin and get 'a new
Mr. Bob Padgett is a visitor to
Chas. Dinkins, Mr. B. B. Thede is

having erected a beautiful bungalowon Lake Butler this week.. anlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIMioll thrill in ,smokin g. ,
Miss Abalee Prevatt is a visito
Avenue about block from
Lake one "No Bite,
1 from Kissimmee. She is staying with] .
the depot, and Mr. A. Blanchard, is "N StbII
erecting a store building ,about two her auntMn..Mattie'Jones. Convenient Packages: The Handy Half ,, 'So rf

'blocks from the depot to be occupied Mrs. Edgar Knight is in receipt o: size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size IP-Cent. Tin, the Pound and + Bit .

by his daughter, Miss Enza, .for. her a young son, a beautiful ,boy. Ware e ; Half-Pound Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.STAG. "Jfo String." y'B.'...

F miliinerystore. sorry to state that Mrs. Knighis .

4 Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis were seriously:ill, so much so that th e 1 .,

t shopping in Jacksonville Tuesday. doctor will not allow her to receive ,'

visitors. Later, we hear that she is'
! Mr., W. C. Torode .was a business

visitor to Jacksonville Monday. improving rapidly.A .

1 \ Mrs. J. L. Saucer, of Baldwin, isependiirg summer school is being conducted -

a few days here this week by,the Misses Reiherd. There isa

1J as the guest of her sister, Mrs. 0. L. good attendance. We are sure that :

r Thomas. this institution will do good work, for For' and
Pipe Cigarette :
the teachers are more, than usually
4 Mr. C. A. Bayless, a ar '"

fat from Jacksonville, has opened efficient: EVERLASTINGLY GOOD r r'te -
,The Lake'Butler chapter of the Eas- : '
4 op a barber shop in the rear of the

h a W. H.'Edwards store. Mr.,end.Mrs. tern Star held its usual bimonthlymeeting TOBACCO

Baylass are located at the "Garden on Tuesday afternoon, but I ,. t

+ to the hot weather the atten. I" p,' Lpd Fd Co, Stt. 1760
4 ., ance was not as large as usual A i

large number of new members have {
Rt to .Anthony the first of the week.' !
I' business been added during the year, and others '.. .
Mr. J. L. Stakby was a continually coming in The paid his regular call here Tuesday.If + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + (Continued From Page One.) A. O. Oliver, It dajra on road _

j visitor to Raiford Saturday.Mr. are want to find Claude Addisongo + + M. Oliver, 9 days 6n. road .
you ,
business new officers have taken hold of their Mr. Altman cont vn German road IJt
W..M.,Redding was a out and look in front of 0. L. Thomas' + CARD FROM PINHOLSTER. PROCEEDINGS OF Herbert Homtby rVjiiinng bridge _i.
visitor to "Boogerville" last Saturday. work with a'WilLMr'Herbert' Mack Johnson, log j:out road _......_,. ''J$
store in Lawtey on a_ + G. C. TiUu, work .An road with
Priester has been con THE COMMISSIONERS crew ,Ita
r Mr. L. L. Sapp was a visitor to stump. ++++++++++++++++ +++ J. G. Crews repairing bridge,.._.;' .
Jacksonville Tuesday.Mr. fined to his bed with a fever. He was Jasper Brown. thre logs out road -.a
Telegraph James Cason. _
Mrs. U. G. Turner of just able to leave for the pay train on ) C.. C. Livingston, on contract i iG. 'I work'lon' .- JUt
and CARD FROM B.- t. DOWLING. 60.00 Kelly and Markey. .grading road t -.:.{0.t9|
Tuesday, but he was looking far from ,Through your columns I wish to C. Livingston, on contract soioo Ed Lewis, work cnj road with crew. ''JuI.,
Starke, were guests at the home of Editor Telegraph: thank' the people who supported me G. C. Livingston, on contract 50.00 S. T. DowUng, 2 dan inspect,road..:,., ".N'
,)(: M. E. Edwards Wednesday. his best. G. C. Livingston, on contract 60.00 J. L. Wynn cutting out lop '176;I
allow in
The Star (would believe it?]) Please me space your pa- all over the county, for commissioner,, G. C. Livingston, on contract 50.00 Gas Youmins suvping road -, .,_ .22.$:
j i Messrs. Angie and Alva Dopson, of you to thank the Democratic electorsof G. C. Livingston, on contract'_ 60.00 T. B. Bo ier. hauUK lumber and fixIng .
has become a Ripsaw. The new editor per I for it was without much effort on my G. C. Livingston, on contract 60.00 bridge __ !..............: uti,
Jacksonville, are spending a few days Bradford county for the hearty part. And to those who voted against G. C. Livingston, 04 contract 50.00 M. W.' Mann Jumbr ..--.. _..-1.,- 1Ut
is tearing things up, and givingfits G. C. Livingston, on contract 60.00 ,
at the home of their uncle and aunt, Ed. Reynolds ZOJi.
rfi to all and sundry. Notwithstanding support given me in.the primary of : me, we extend the same kindly greeting G. C. Livingston, on contract 60.00 Howard ft 'tUl'1etc.. It
t' ; Mr. and Mrs.,Charles'Dinldns.. June 2nd. Words can hardly G. C. Livingston, on contract 60.00 F. N. Andrew, cum as tress ...,.... lut t
Miss Nina,Williams of Dukes who it was quite newsy. express and hope to be able to serve,the G. C. Livingston, on contract'_ 100.00 L. L. Conner, work with crew _
the returns G. C. Livingston, on eontraet 100.00
feelings'when beganto W. S. _
my whole in that will Croft r0a4'inepeetloo '
has charge of the Girls' Canning Club There is quite a talk about Lake people a manner G. C. Livingston, on contract _.100.00 Ed Abernathy lumbeiAi -._, .. \.
Butler's two factions, east and west come in from every part of good : do credit And that the people may G. C. Livingston on contraet 100.00G. G. Dyal work .n road ..._ ', -
in Bradford county, will have a canning old Bradford. The have C. Livingston, on contract 100.00 W. E. Pinholster, dumber ___._... I
people givenme .
demonstration at the,:home of Butler, but after a residence of nearly I all. be made to rejoice in the prosperity G. C. Livingston, on contract 100.00 A. B. Surreuty, inspecting roads _'"
two i little to justify the a heavy 'support in every districtin of our county under the management G. C. Livingston, on contract --: 85.16 W. T. Weeks keejrtng road book ....l
Mrs. J. H. Moore on Tuesday( June years see C. A. Roberts inspecting ..__,__.tJ..i..1LJt;
and stigma cast ,upon the town. You can the county, both in 1912 and 1914, of all the men selected. Total ___- W5._ Bradford County Bank, lust on strip '.'-
4 16.:, All the club girls anyone and I as an officer of Bradford county Road and Bridge FuuL 9418 March to Sane 2. 19U ......;. t
+ else interested ire invited to be present at any time see the residents of both Respectfully, J. N. Stephens, gen road. work 10.88 Quigley Lumber ft..Supply': Ca lumbex'.
sides of the town in pleasant conversation do hereby promise them the best /W. PINHOLSTER. Ennis Benton do' 2.25 W. A. Besscnt inspecting _____. "
B. Dupree do g.75 C. R. demons lumber; ..:.. _._.., ..
i I have never heard a word of service possible. I shall always be in Mare Coleman. do 9.83 DeWitt C. Jones, sails, etc -s, .
W. JT. _
NEW RIVER. complaint from the business men of the office and ready to serve them in HARVEST HANDS WANTED. Sam Nichols Thomas do do. 3.00 L50 Florida on culverts Meta, ._FMducts. Co.; freight'i

section 'the other. It any way that I I shall alwaystry J. tt.Williams, do .....on.H...m 14.13 James Reynolds, -release- Will AlvtrsJ :;
against tcan.
one maybe harveStthe
Mrs. S. L. Stroupe and little son, 15,000 men are wanted to .Nat Morgan, do .75 James, Reynolds 'r lease Howard Mer-'

Donald, of Plant City, visited Mr. and that I do not frequent the places to serve the people in such a way wheat and forage crops in Okla H.Joha A.Morgan Browning do, do____ 7.50 chen p .....:y. '
where this talk is prevalent If there as tax collector that neither I nor the Ceo. E..Kelly do James Reynolds, release Arthur Montgomery '
' homa. 12.50
Mrs.,W. H. Greene last Sunday. The work will last from four ?. ? _t ,
.' Mines Kate and Nellie Turner, of is such antagonism, believe me, it is people can look back ,with regret upon to six months and the wages will w.J. c.TerrelL E. Lewis, do do nmnzmn 075 11.60! James Reynolds, release J. A. L. Glue ,
James Reynolds, return and time of rI
Coleman, came last Thursday to among a very few. my time of office. I shall always range from $2.00 to $2.50 per day James L. B Edwards Starling do do _. 2487 13.75 I Dave Gilmore :;, ._, _i .....

t: Miss Nelly Logan and her brother, try to be kind and obliging to everyone J. L. SUbby, do __ I I I
spend a few weeks with their grandparents and board. Anyone desirous of ob- 8.75 Total w_.__' ..._ ..y
; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. (Turner. Harry, returned from Hampton on who may have business with me taining employment should write one W.Lou:H. Roberts Carter,, do do J.70 Fin and.'Forifdtirt Fu4 '"
F. N. cam .
Andrew :
,*, Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Johns, of Starke, Monday.Rev. as an officer or,otherwise. With best of the state employment offices in Oklahoma L.Henry R. Reynolds Howard, do do'- .. .__. 63.19 S. B. Denmark feed aa for treat prisoners-;;-;.. .'

pent last Sunday with Mrs. Johns H. Logan was unable to fill wishes to every taxpayer of. Bradford Offices are maintained in 0.. M. Alvarez do j.ooj.08 A.W.'H.W. Baisden. guard at jail '
Freeman physidanWt
his appointment at New Zion Sun I 3. H. Griffig, do '--_ _____ 19.99 aunty _'.-...
county am
parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Greene. sincerely Enid Alva G. Seals, case Sun Williams '
he able Woodward and ,Frederick. C. B. Cason. do 8.00 M.: Cameron, do ->............._..-:
Mr. T. J. Poppell, of Gainesville, day. With some difficulty was Your friend, L. B. Varnes. do 12.85 P. B. Hunte). witnessEd -a,
Ed. Rigdcn do -----.------- .------- 575 .. .
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to at Lake Butler Sunday B. Meaderds do T
returned home last Tuesday night to preach on M. DOWLING. RESOLUTIONS.The J. P. Blaekwell do 15.25 '- -- ---- '1
W. G. Seals : James <
Mack Howard, do ._ .. MM/Will
spend a few weeks with his parents, night S--- 9.25 M. Cameron do..;- ,
June J.
regular examination for H. Bitch do 179.70
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J. H.
Services will be held in the,Methodist CARD OF THANKS. W. H. Nickels, do Bryan wlteMS j
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. PoppelL 7.50
teachers in Bradford county was heldat J. S. W. G. Seals cues Henry Fagan _" :

'Mr. Roan Turner,left last ,Monday church on Sunday, both morning I feel it my duty to express in this Starke in the old school building.It Albert Altman White, do do ........__. 9.00 j go M.M. Cameron Cameron,:,witw do '.. s _:

Blackshear Ga. where and evening. public manner my appreciation of the Willie Johns do .. .._. ... .';
a morning for began on the second and continued Jew Woods,' do __ "looZSZS" Henry Davis &\: :
Turnstile gates have been placed handsome vote I received"in the late Lonnie .. M.: Cameron, .nee:John Paul ---:.. {
he will spend a ,few days with his for'five days. The attendance Thompson do A.. A., Dorden. witM. J.I
,brother. on all the openings to. the park. The primary election, and I desire to was., Willie Coleman Yarborough.Crawford, do do._ -. 8.00 21.76 Cameron, do i.......__........;.:
good and those appreciated '
The noted turpentine operator and women of the civic league again deserve thank all those who so loyally gave the couretsy and attending kindness extendedto J.G. E.W. Adkins CalUU..A., do _.:_...._.-_ .: --. 39.17 2.60 A.M. A.Cameron Dorden.case witness i r. Moody-....._-{f

silver'tongued, orators Mr., S.. W. the applause me their support. I shall endeavor to S. R Cason. do ,- _- 4.75 M. Cameron do ..--.-.-.--- -.....t:.
them M. Cameron,
by the the cue- 5am Coy
superintendent S. B. :
Cason do .... <
ti" Smith visited his family at Raiford The dock-is in a broken down con- represent Bradford county in the teachers before the close of B. Blaekshear. do-__ ..._....._. 4.75 7.50 ,Geo. A. Gsrdiaer,:'ease. West Ward _' "..'>

of last Sunday. dition. What a fine thing it would be next legislature that my constituents drafted, the session A.E. C.Watkins Summer do do _..... ..._.._.._- 6.26 Tony S. B. Roundtree.Denmark do witness ..._.....---*

; : Perhaps the Hon. M.J.' Sapp can if a new dock could be erected, with will not regret their choice. the following resolutions C. S. Clyatt. do H is 1.00 Oscar Eldndgs do ..................;;
: Henry Smith do _... ........ '
E. Douglass, do Tr-- ;
attend the New River debating society some. sore of a pagoda at.the, end. A. D. ANDREWS. N. E. Taylor, do -..-.-.... 1.25'l.75 S. T. Johns do I; b
Be it resolved That we teachers Will Hanes.' do :J7! ..J.Tim .
I now since the campaign is over. It[ could be used to sit in and enjoy W N. Clyatt. do 1.12 Howard .do 4 .. '

.Miss Pearl',Howard, of Macclenny, the breezes from the lake. As'it is NOTICE.f have worked hard during the exami L.Luther J. Waldron Waldron, do do- ,. 11.50 18.75 H.. Austin, Juror,}...............,.-.;.,.

ft ts visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.,E. Adkins the lake is of little use to us; we cannot I want to thank my many friends nation and trust all have done well Timothy D. Holmes Johnson, do -"do..-.. ....' go 25.50.00 J B. W.R. Dover Hodgf,.*.do-------du! __..._....... ,
that ,
this reek get to it Lake Butler is a beautiful who stood by me and placed their and our conduct is satisfactoryto B. B. Waldron do .............. ._ 98.25 G. W. Dyal. do + ----t
R. O. Daniel ci i ..
Mr. R. A. Greene, of Kissimmee, sheet of water, and should be confidence to my trust, and I pledge the superintendent IL P.\A-Brannen.F. Adamo. ,do do-.._......- 27 14.00.60 'Henry Brown aeL..... c-

is visiting his parents this week, Mr. worth a million dollars to the ,city. myself to them in every duty I can That we teachers were delayed in S.Bob Gillen Showers, do, do -. .:.......... 11.00 Geo.. B.A.DeDlllUk.Gardiner,':'case do .Y.John._GraddietS. _..... f

# ,and Mrs. W. H. Greene. .Mrs. Dr. Fletcher has gone to spenda afford them. Again 'thanking you for the beginning by the questions being Charlie Young-do U6 1.15 J.Willie' U. Cowling Williams,' ob Witness___.,.

Mr. Bob Andrews was elected president number of weeks with her mother your support, I remain. sent to Lake Butler instead of Starke. 'W.BeJU'B.) Waters.Williams do, _do 22.80 1UO Geo. A. Gardiner case Geo Garbs.-' .

: That our superintendent took Joe McCarlous, do ............ Fred Sapp, with*'t ...- '}
. of the New River Literary So- Mrs. Fletcher has been poorly in Your friend, an John McCarlons. do ... g.oo Billy Roberta dc J...-...._.._'...-.";.

.dety last Friday night Mr. Bob health'for the past year. Lately she J. E. DOUGLASS. automobile and hastened to and from Dover, doEdwards. H ow. 38.50 200 Boots McFuhic..1' do ._..__.._L.-,-
Charley Maggie
has much. We trust' that Lake Butler is as short time do 1.87 I Pickttt o
Cooke occupied the chair and we know improved a as pos R. J. Andrews do 11.6 0 Lizzie Giles, do .'.CSilas

that he can ,whistle "On ,the Blue this; visit will do more for her. CARD OF THANKS. sible. J.C. S.R. Griner Clemons, do, do_. .11 J. ,C. Kate.Gain do,. joJtJr- ;

Ridge Mountains of Virginia," now. It turns out that what we thoughto Editor Telegraph: That we have not been rushed in R. H. Thomas do .................... 1,25 5.50 A. H. Williams ilo ---------.n-- ; ,
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E. J.
WatnrvJt, do
.. Uncle John Wester is visiting Lake be a typhoid epidemic was a scare I wish to express my gratitiude fore the examination and have taken up 1 Dave:. Lennon.Woodard.do .do__-_ ...r.,5 J. A. J. MeKinn.T. do ----s-a
ig.go -f-
Butler this week and he expects to only. There was one case in"all, th the loyal support of my friends in my the studies as the law required, for John Wilkinson, doa 12.75 J.W.C.B. Wiggins, jb ..,...""'-i i

piair lip a few of those beautiful others bad something 'else.ENTERPRISE.. candidacy for 'the office of tax col which we thank our superintendentThat T. BWayk' den, .do do___ '12.00 18.50 M. CJemona:4: Mary- McG'U. [

bream in Lake Butler. lector. Very.respectfully, our superintendent has tried E.W. B.a Andrea Seals, ,do'do _.. ..._......__. 12.75 UO M.Geo.' t Delli use I Jones......et.'.'.si-,-..:i'; ,.

,, The girls of New 'River regret G. W. ALDERMAN. to carry on the examination as re The Shriver Co., do ................ 1.75 T.S. W.B. Denmark, ao H- Underbill et_ s3't
Sweat csw ,
C. Johnson, do _. .
e very much to learn that Mr. Peter Mr. S. H. Thompson and daughters, j quired by law and has held sufficientaid Tom Edwards do-_ 4.39 2.00 S. B. Denmatk Misses CARD J. V. Edwards, W. C. Hinjllbo & witD .--
Katie Fannie do
and Evie, returned FROM J. B. SAPP. to do 62
: so. M. M. Mitchell, do S. B. Denmark,40 ...........--+/
home Tuesday from Georgia, I desire to publicly thank my many Be it,resolved, (That we thank our Calley Williams, do_ 1500J5* I. H. Austin doI, .-.............-.. .!.: j y
; Tom Waters, do __ G. W. Lewis uJf> +E. C. Coberly -
4F RHEUMATISM ARRESTED ,after a visit with relatives. friends who supported me so loyally superintendent for his kindness and Taylor ft Brannen. do ------ 12 700.00 E. M.' Hszen, 'd
Rev.,D. L. Phillips filled his regular as a candidate for constable and assure decorous-manner during the examina Tom G. W.Jonas Whitmore., do -do 4.no H.Ceo.P.A.Gaincy Gardiney'ease witness _Ceo. Carlos..,--:eo*t!

x' A; Many people suffer the tortures of appointment at.Alachua Saturday and them that I will try to merit tion. A. A. Walker do __ 18.25 U5 J. B. Saw do U, --rl'"
lame de and stiffened becausel ?" J. B. Crews do Fred Sapp witwes .-_-... ..-!: : i"
mn joints
Sunday. g.so
their '
confidence by a faithful discharge Gertrude Thomas, Berta Green Beatrice Wm. Edwards, do ___ Boot McFashion.i do ,.. :...- f,
l impurities in the blood and each 2.00
succeeding .
l Mr. N. E. Norman visited Starkerhursday. of B. B. Hobson 76 w days on road94040 Billie Roberts, 44 .._,.:...-L.. } <.
until my Crosby, Bertyce Alderman I- Maggie Pickett i do ...
71.0. Stnckland. 12 __ -
r zb ;'smbasInvadedthewho system.' : J. B.. SAPP. dell. Sapp, Louise Taylor, John ,L. Henry Brown, 8 days dan on on road road....._, 18.00 lo.OO Lime Giles, do .' ............-.. ......f
' I a To arrest rheumatism it is quite as important Mr. and Mrs. J. S.Phillips vis- W. F. Malphuff; jurot -r'-
are .
to improve general health.. Sutton. Bessie McGruder, Ada iNim- David Jones itg\\ ,-............- -. ':
your I ting Palatka, this'week.. DISSOLUTION.UF r P. B. Johns, do ,1-. .?. ?__._.__-'
to purify your blood and the cod liver oil Messrs. PARTNERSHIP. mo, LI R. Greene, A. J. Thomas, J. K. Dover doti....... :... .. .-
IaScott'.BmulsioDisD&t1lre'lgreatblood.1IIIhr Jovey Mitchell and 0. J. Notice is hereby given that No. 666This B. W. Hodges drt"_ .
,: the mile 'y Harris
t2.: while its medidfial nourishmenttrengthew Phillips. were,visitors. to Raiford o livery firm of L. H. Futch, R. 0: A. A. WamrigbV do -_.__ .._:.:+- F;
,'. the .organs ,to expel the Sunday. Hendrix, : Payne' has Young, Russell Goff, Mae McKjnney, J. L. ,Warmj ',1f- phone at jail
4 t ; imparities and upbuild strength dissolved partnership and that is prescription prepared especially J. B..'Sa p. ea *j ea. Carlo
your the Hoke r
Smith Jr.
i Scott's Emulsion is helping thousands Mr.'A.A.,Stokes,of,Lawtey, nisi tedhere' business will Parker. JW1 tot MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. *
hereafter be Total ....:... j 1--
conducted Anderson
'j' t Truby Pinholster Julia Five or u doses will break and :+-+
', everyday wU could not find other relict Tuesday. any case, Board meet
by Miss to .
4 lose Charlesey Payne.HENDRIX Collins if taken then as a tonic the Fever will .adjoined ; ,,
; the alcoholic iubs>imta. Hinton not "
Gapp Florence
Mr. 0.
"'J' Alderman of, Jacksonville, Monday Li JuJy. ,t'
\ retain. elt acts the liver better
r'! .) & PAYNE. Crews.v I on than. ,.Y
". v. ';.j.> !It "" i.. .. .1 > Calomel and does not gripe or'icken.y 2Sc j W.'kWEEKS: ;:. < S.-
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