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 26, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01975
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t' Movement Launched at Meeting of Good Road Enthusiasts Held t .
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I '; ++++*114U111111111 ++4'++ at the Court House Last SaturdayThe ++++*- 1111111++++.+4+++ : ,. -

"' growing sentiment in favor of a smooth and hard surface ;
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Great Project Achieved At 4s Some Good Advice, Offered; .By :; .
+ thin, sickly, little man en- + road from Starke to Kingsley lake found expression at a meetingof + Here is a quotation from an + .

u > Comparatively Small + tered one of the stores in one + persons interested in the project at the courthouse Saturday. + advertising magazine that is + The State ;;Health :; Y t

b' t Cost. + our little towns recently and + After discussing the matter from various angles it was decided + well worth remembering: + Officer.;; r {

+ quietly seated himself on a + that this road to be in + "The average man looks on + -
.f ought put, good shape and that it couldbe '
: + convenient: chair. One of the + + advertising as a mysterious +
done. A committee of E. S. Matthews E. E. Ca-
I? Editor Telegraph-The work for + clerks approached him and + composed + something quite apart from + The Lord helps those who .help

r I+! which the East Starke Drainage dis- + asked if he wished to purchase + nova and A. V. Long was appointed to solicit money, labor and + ordinary business, says an observant + themselves. : '

r .r, ,trict was formed is now ended, only a + anything. "Oh no," said the + teams and instructed to report at the next meeting, which will be 4' exchange. You bet he + I But it is not to be expected .that ;

iI.little| unfinished ditching and cleaning + man, "I just dropped in for a + held at the court house Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Sums + does, and that's right where he + those who deliberately transgress the t Y

: t-1 up still going on. The improvementis + few minutes." After half an + aggregating several hundred dollars have already been subscribed. + makes his .first big mistake. + laws of nature, either:through igno- .
a grand one, considering the small + hour had passed the manager'of + + Advertising is not something + I ijkely
rance or wilfully, are to
,g I population of the district, and the + the store, becoming curious, + It is expected that at least $1,500 will have been subscribed + apart from the business, save + the consequences. I '- escape 4

s land owners there may well be proud + approached him and asked + by the end of the week and that operations may be begun by + as the horse is separate from +
Mothers allow their children
:! >* of it. + what could be done for him. + i the first of next week. A complete list of those who donate moneyor + the cart-when unhitched the + to play in the crowded fLung, streets 'and 1 -

:! The topography of the territory is + "Why, nothing that I know + in next week.Messrs.'A. + cart is at a standstill. +
its equivalent will be published the Telegraph blame the automobile river for;the
:* peculiar, the soil being made from the + of." said the man. "You see I + + "When they come to choos- + 4 ; Y
V. Long H. C. Richard C. L. Peek and E. S. Matthews sad result that calls for a little
i J-G washings from the ridge lying just .+ have nerVous prostration and + + ing the right horse merchantsand +
casket. Men and yometr i
: east of it and which is, as it were, the + the doctor told me to stay in a + were appointed as'a committee to confer with Clay county + manufacturers find that + trifle with or ,

j backbone of Florida. In former times, + quiet place. Noticing that you + commissioners in reference to the two miles of the road which + newspaper advertising is the + and neglect their their friends sanitaryf lament surroundings';the untimelyand 4

k. while the ridge was still very high + do not advertise I thought this .+I lies in Clay county and report at the next meeting.The + most active steed in the stable premature ending it-, a useful ra.
gad the rainfall heavier than now, the + would be about. the quietest + + and costs less for upkeep."- +
I improvement of the Kingsley lake road will fill a long felt reer. The fault is not .v th our ptars, '
erosion was rapid, but that it is still + place I could find."-Exchange + < + Gainesville Sun. +
going on is proven by the many half : + + want, and the project is meeting with generous encouragementon + 4' but with ourselves, thaj we are 'sickly -

buried pine logs often found. In the I ++++*-F#+++++++++++++f!++ every hand. Starke has a large number of automobiles and +++++11111111111111 ++*++ underlies s"d ..thatne''do not live ;
out the years_we'think Wv> are Entitledto.
dralrage! district the movement was ought to provide at least one road suitable for pleasure riding. I :, '1! ;
from northeast to southwest but north often to be departed from. That was FARMERS:, MEETING.
-1 of the district from cast to west or why an engineer was employed to Doubtless every reader of this pa- It has taken many years of sad experiences -

northwest. This soil movement baslIreye.nted have charge of the work. The ever stations in a ditch to find out whetherthe FARMERS, ATTENTION.Mr. per noticed in these columns last week to teach us \he danger Attending .

the little I measurements agreed with those N. B. Hull wishes to the promiscuo use of firearms -
streams fprm- increasing clamor for more ditches ; announce the announcement of a Farmers' and
i big valleys and defined channels ,and: compelled smaller cross-sections in marked on the slope stakes. Where that he has arranged with the Amer- Business Men's Meeting be held at and fireworks odor; about the

ti: the natural drainage is, therefore, imperfect -; order to make "both ends meet. they proved less it was, of course, ta- ican Steel & Wire Company for a Long Bridge, 10:00 A. M., and at Lake Fourth of July, and :.er h yet only-a
' After repeated damage from The slope of the land in the direc- ken for granted that the contractorwas i moving picture entertainment of Butler, 8:00: P.M. few: of us have a sufciicntlyHid: r
,tif:; water that could not be drained away, tion of the main drains averages paid for work that he had not i great interest 'to the farmers Thisis Following ,this announcement the realization of those dodgers to consistently -

;ha it,was finally decided to form a district about three feet to the mile. Advan- done. These hair-splitters are in- entitled Through the Furnace to statement was rude th4t more wouldbe : avoid them..The nation-wide
of 34 sections in formed that the markings on the the Farm and deals with the the call for a "safe and AA 13" celebration
; : Gut townships 6and.7 tage has .been taken of this circum- manu- said next weal regarding meet
',, stakes only a guide for the ditch- facture of steel the nails of that day, has less n .q.the olcl-time ;
} i range 22, east of the Seaboard stance to ,promote the deepening of are ,especially ,I
0'-. '. railway, for the improvement of the the canals by letting the water scour I I| ers. The latter cannot be relied upon barbed wire and woven wire fence us-; ing.When man decides to farm and :. harvesttof death,'but 1t hasn't, stopped

': larger streams, so as to provide out- out the bottoms. The dirt banks along,I Ito: faithfully follow the directions, es- ed on the farm. hss secured the land which he thinks it-not yet j : -

lets for secondary drains to be provided the sides have therefore, been left I pecially as they sometimes will. mistake There are 5,000 feet of film in five best suited to his needs he begins tocsst I I The two principal [Classes of sufferers -

f:.,' by the land ownerS themselves. continuous so that water after heavy I I what it meant for depth, for reels, and these are just a few of the. about in his mind what crops will from these patriotic( excesses are,

;x,:. .'Of,the $31,500 to be raised from a tax rains can rise up between them and width, and vice versa, and, therefore, scenes shown: rive him the best returns upon his in- I the small boy, ranging in years from x

'.F: of $2 per acre, $28,000 was'set aside thus, by its increased depth and the engineer every Friday, goes over!I Mining with giant steam shovels. v"stment This happy thought leads I I ten or twelve up to forty and fifty, .f

.'. for right of way, cutting and ditch- weight, promote the erosion. Insteadof each completed "station" and measures Mammoth clam-shall buckets him to consider the nature of plant,I I and the "innocent" bystander. The

._.... .,Later five section on the south- this earth (which is mostly compacting I its dimensions at several differ-. Huge ore carrying boats. life and the necessary soil condition:I I I first of these is the aggressor and the

.. enj border were cut.out, which reduced clay) 'beIng'washed into- the ent places to-arrive at an average. Blast furnace in action. :to respond to-the growing needs of i one that has made the Fourth dan-

the ditching appropriation to about ditches, is is washed away from them. What is not excavated, and what is Drawing off the molten pig iron: i the plant. He finds himself in a large, gu us.,1 Tie: secondan., ,help him .
'$22,000. This fund is now exhausted, Those who read the papers know that excavated above the directions on the Bessemer and open hearth process field of investigation. Soils and sub- self. For the first it:.i* hardly fair to '

k. but has served to create about thirty- every spring the Mississippi river rises stakes is not counted in. Only the ac- soils; varieties and types of soil; fer-";call these happening accidental, for P

& five miles of ditches and canals, a cou- above its levees in places and tual yardage dug is credited to the es.A train load of white hot ignots. tilizer requirements; drainage and irrigation every boy knows the! :risk and daresit

ple of the latter being capacious sweeps them away. That is precisely 'contractor. If the,,shortage in depthI Rolling out the plastic metal. in a word the necessary phyr because honestly! believes he is

1- enough to float sternwheel steamers. what happens here on a small scale.I I or width is enough to affect the usefulness Cold wire drawing. sicial preparation of the land for the I smart enough to escape damage. It

1. The improvement of all the lands and "Bleeders," for letting outside water of the ditch, the station is Weaving wire fence. seed sowing are questions of vital con- would almost appear jthat the real accident -

:i. the reclaiming of many tracts hith- enter the ditches, will form in course not taken up before the fault is rein- The proper way to build fence on occurs when"nothing happensand

erto worthless, is very great The of time, but it is better if this happens edied. the farm. I I cern.He begins to realize that it is a no. one .is hurt. :. :; t

t ditches will gather up the water be- after the ditches have attained I! Stumps and unevennesses remaining The manufacture of American Steel I problem both of conservation and of It is i likely that so long as 'fireworks '

': fore it reaches the ponds, and the I sufficient depth not to be choked by in_ the ditches will be removed. fence posts. preservation, and that farm mechan- are manufactured and so longas '

ponds willl begin to discharge the the
water before they fill up. Where the place near such inlets. I to finish his task In a workmanlike, greatest industrial pictures of the the problem. His investigation and uation, he will continue to blow off a

effects'of one ditch cease, those of the We have not yet heard it asserted manner.and moreover, a certain per I age, and it is worth while for any research unfolds ,to him many inter- few fingers, fill his .skin with powderand

next will begin. Better and more that the ditches "draw the lightning cant of his pay will be held back un-I farmer to see them. Admission is by!. esting phenomena and questions of maim the innocent bystander for .=

varied crops can now be grown; the but the disaffected ones accuse themof til the work Is accepted. The difficulty ticket only. Any farmer may obtain cause and effect. He soons learn that many Fourths to 'come. And so, as -

I wild pasture willl be improved; the many other sins. Where a ditch of getting men who can and will free tickets for himself and family by it.eakes more than a mere, novice to the situation seems mevitsble, it is

water supply will become more runs near a barn yard the hens will I handle dynamite is one of the con- calling at Hull's Department Store. farm. He learns that the germination well to be prepared in'advance to ren-

.( healthful; the roads more easily kept I "steal" nests in cavities along the tractor's reasons for his tardiness in Don'V forget the time and place, on of seeds depends on their vitalityand der first.aid.to the injured, or at least

up and the many benefits! accruing sides. The hogs! will root for worms removing the stumps. Thursday, July 2, at 2:30 P. M., at that spontaneity is effected by know iii ''advance what to do when
from closer settlement will come; Na- beneath the rims of the ditches and I Hopson's Theatre. moisture, incoherency, and the physi- such. accidents come. t
g turally the tax-payers, as a rule, all often make caves large enough to I|' The maintenance of the ditches will cal conditions of the soil. He also The barns and deeper wounds eau&' '

proud of their achievement and pay crawl into out of the sun. Such caves I I be left to the farmers, for there is no ATTEND THE BALL GAMES.As learns that the law of heredity must ed by' exploding fireworks are likelyto

; the light drainage tax without protect "might" collapse and overwhelm small I I,fund for that purpose. If the ditches nearly as possible Starke will be reckoned with in the vegetable produce I,tetanus, resulting: in its .

I ; but it is disappointing to note pigs. Some ditches are said to be so+'I'i are'worth paying taxes on they are have a ball game every Thursday af- kingdom as well as in the ,animal final development ,in' lockjaw. The
t that a few jersons-and these haze narrow that cows, after they have I I worth keeping up. Let each man assume ternoon, when nearly all the mer- kingdom. The sun, moon and stars, horrors of death from this cause are

'1 generally had their full share of managed to get into them, cannot get a guardianship over the ditchesin chants and their clerks have nothingto the equinoxes, solstices, Boreas and similar to those of rapes, wherein the

ditches use every pretext to "knock"the out again, and we have been asked," which he Is interested, see that no prevent them from attending the the weather. Man must likewise be patient is conscious tathe: end, suffering -A .

work, apparently for the purpose why in thunder we dorit make them I windfalls,driftwood, bad bridges fenc- considered in his relation, to the excruciating ago l. -

of gaming disciples to help them fightthe wider. But to make 8-foot ditches ,: es, savings from cow crossings, etc., games.Starke has a strong team this year growing crops Proper i11 ge,- plant Tetanus usually develops in from 9 ,

1 collection of the dranage tax. where 4-foot ones will fill the bill, I obstruct the free flow of the water, that is worthy of encouragement food supply and implements best:for six to eight days after injury. Following -
other work where discretionary would be criminal waste of and the ditches will become more and culture of the .
As in all a money. Ball teams,.like any other institution, the proper plant concerns this. the diseaj-rt speeds rapidly c"
methods rather than fixed The cows have, so far, proved them- more effective. As time passes channels need money to keep them going, and him at every turn. Pretty soon to its conclusion aad" the time' for ? -

;, rules must be employed, it is easy selves fully able to make their own 'I both above and under the ground the only way for them to get moneyis he finds himself swamped by the phi: treatment is before tetanus has the F.

for throe so disposed to find fault with crossings. One disbruntled taxpayer !, wiHform and
'>> "r the drainage system in general and to help his cows and spite the The level of the ground water will be park. Therefore; If you are a true deringly, looks at Dame Nature's, the delay in getting treatment, PREVENTTVEUreatment -

J, particular. Mach of the work could, drainage, delbierately filled up a part lowered more and more, so that the fan you will encourage the boys by strange gods that be. ; Tn
have been done better but of a ditch located near his place. It soilsoil will hold more and more water Come the and others.
probably, your presence and help swell the gate to meeting bring The only reasonably[certain proven,
the whole it should be satisfactory would have taken no more time to before becoming saturated. The ab- .
2 on, receipts. If the first game last week tire known is the anti-tetanic strum
reasonable It must be make a pole bridge dug out'a cros- senee of water 'wt fl allow air and oth- E. ,WALDRUP.
'1 to persons. or with Waldo was a specimen of the T. use of which has .so;largely reduced }
.K;, remembered that the work was unique sing. Every yard of earth removed er agencies to work their beneficial to will always get the development of tetanus that its
games come, you ..
and there to guided costa the district from 14 to 16 cents effects upon the hitherto sterile sub-
t were no precedents ; the worth'of your money. SHIPPERS' GUIDE. failure is the exception. Its administration -N
conditicns turned during neither was providing of crossings soil, and enable it to furnish plant
L q: and many up cow requires the :Services of the
the progress of the work that mentioned in the specifications.These food. One ditch will help another and Several Starke business men have physician, but every :.eoctor in these ,

"i:j- '1could, not have been foreseen. Unreasonable reasons forbade the making of it will, no doubt, be found that some SUNDAY SERVICES.' recently received copies of the Ship- days is 'oiepared to give this treat-
!! ditches now considered too small to pers' Guide, published by the Sea-
and often -
arguments ment.
any.So I I off their of water for this Evangelist Ernest House, pastor of board Air Line railway for the.use of
far have heard carry quota ,
used the we only man '
by ono
The from
"j ;', are frequently +V Christian church,' win preach next danger such burns is too
of that the ditches liable, reason will prove of ample size. shippers, buyers and prospective, settlers -
4 .: and in answer to some complains are Sunday morning at eleven o'clock and serious to be trifled with. While the
to the soil to the detriment of the 1 I! the work done and 'It is a handsomely illustrated,
; them we give below a few explanations dry Checking up Sunday evening at 7:45. The topic of five hundred injury may not-at first, appear dan..
''r : : crops. If there should be others of gathering of data for a new drainagemap clothbound book over gerous, the chances for infection are
for his morning sermon is The, Motive ,
and issued the railway
The original scheme contemplated the same opinion we point out that no are now going on. I I Power of the Gospel. At nighthe pages, was by too many'to risk. No sensible man,,
of furnishing
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.1' i only the improvement of the larger draining 'alone could ever make the I I County Commissioner W. A. Bes- has announced that he will 'rehearse company such information for purpose will be of who is not prepared to die, will gamble r.

water courses, but in obedience to soil so dry as it has been for the past sent, who is commander in chief of a book of the Bible that is likea and other as 'of use the with his life with tic;chances, ten '

:.. ;, 4 pressing demands many secondary two months yet all the farmers who the work, or the undersigned will always good novel and just as intere tingi to shippers patrons to one ,against him, when available a

t ".. ditches were later dug. However, to planted and fertilized and cultivated be glad to answer questions He will show that the book has a hero, railway the, and to supply natural facts pertain-of medical treatment will':increase those fi r:

It' run a ditch to each of the hundreds of right have as good crops as ever. One about the drainage work.Respectfully. a villain and a heroine. The plot and ing to great resources chances ,to at least,a.hundred to one.
the Seaboard
the states traversed by
'' ponds would have been impossible of the main objects of draining is to!I setting are perfect and the event that will enable prospective investorsand for recovery., &" .

: .y with the small appropriation. Outlet enable the roots to go down sufficiently H. E. LAGERGREN, startHn and while the book holds the settlers to form an intelligent :Therefore, if your patriotism Vads

ditches are always provided within a deep to always find moisture. Engineer. Wont iffnt interest of the reader and. offered you to disastrous and unexpected hao- '
; of the advantages by
':tJi 1 reasonable distance and the same pub- The jurisdiction of the drainage dis- yet it is merely a book in the Bible this opinion section. penings, go to'the doctor and go quick.
.r trict the west reaches to the Seaboard ,,
the on
:. He spirit which prompted forming
will handle this interest-
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mention is made of the
) # \; the district should cause the farmt' railway and no farther. Westof DEMONSTRATION PICNIC. Special
.l'\of ing subject at the eight service ''
i Starke-Lawtey strawberry industry REMOVAL OF BARK: '
ers to work in concert for the estab- ,it the county commissioners take There will be a demonstration pie1nie -
:',t t J 1i hing of secondary drains and charge. That is the reason why Pre- on the east side of Long Bridgeon Sunday. and illustrations of a strawberry field, The Bradford County Park has

'p i -(fallow ditches to be run across their i vatt, Alligator and Wateroak ere ks Friday, July 17. The following I a perfect strawberry plant and straw- I moved from the old jjcrattoa! tt, the'corner

8; : v lands by neighbors who wish to reach have not been. improved beyond the speakers will be present: T. E. Wal- !,Send in your orders f,"r Bw+p' berries packed for shipment, are used. of Call.and Thorepscn !L':'4s

:jt;.u 1,toutlets. .. I trestles. As these improvements are drop, 0. L. Mirell, J. J. Vernon and pnvelf: We already have .orders 1 ,to the new bank building', at the cor-

; lit the original specifications had sorely needed it is hoped that the commissioners Miss Haines, of Tallahassee. Seats for 25.000. but we must have orders, SPECIAL TERM OF COURT. per of Call and Walnut streets, wire ,

J. tI b:en followed the ditches would have will bring them abouL will be provided for all and the ground f t'r 50.000 before they can be printed! A special term of the Bradford all of the patrons: f nd friecd&.cl the -

t m *, been- few and far between.These: specifications -! Some desperate attempts at faultfinding -, will be comfortably prepared.N. .>t to reasonable, price. Send in your:county circuit cocrt will be convened hark will receivei'thesme". co rteo'l.s t _

JW: f were Snot irorc'fld, and as have'been made. One was to J. MOORE, I enters now, so we can get the thing I I.in Starke,on Monday, July'20'JudgeJ. treatment that has'always. eh racter- j. '$sI

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< y'Y s: By the power vl ted Ia them by the &boolfawn
of the State of I'IoridII.be Board of

}-'# Attractive Prices On American Wire Fence orders Public elections Instruction to of be Bradford held at county the following hereby Beef and ,Milk .Awo plenty i

I ; precincts and places on the 2Sth day of June, >
A. D. Mil for the purpose of electing three Cattle are f r for beef pro .
In kept -
1 Come purposes; "
; / trustees and to determine the. amount of mil-
: '., I !are to be assessed: ductionandfetfmulcpfodudioru To do either right Aar tIme mr of q cif
Palestine school house for creating district they must be healthy. There is nothing better to tic ad uy&iaf wro6e '
4 .. and electing three trustees for two yean and keep them in continued good health,'or to make wiih them I&lvetbc a .
I, fi : DeWITT C. JONES determine the amount' of millage to be a*. them well quickly when sick,than.a few doses oJkr STOCK doses cf Bee D t.

Palestine school house creating district and MEDICINE
electing trustee Bourdaries as follows: STOCK TSer won ret weL
Beginning at northeast corner of section 19, Bee Dee JoaftlCarroB.Moorbod. .
.;, & Hardware Lumber township 4 south of range 20 east and run MEDICINE .Mia.We .
south on section line to south east comer of
section 7. township S south of range 20 east Stirs op the liver-Drives
I thence west on section line to south west corner ,Me and ft.jw eo.;
of section 12, township S, south range 19 disease poisons away. l' A roar deders.
t '. east, thence north on.section line to north | p
.. west corner of section 1, thence west on township t
***** llllllllllllll ++tI.. could be built up in Florida, would be of a single nation the monopoly of a line of to section sooth west S4 corner of south eastquarter'
township 4. south of
+ between $4,000,000 and 5000000.| peculiarly dangerous agent of war. range 19 east thence north on half section '.

1 FLORIDA( SHOULD RAISE + There are broad fluctations in the "Should the government not takes ne to line the to Baker the point county of line beginning.Wm. thence. cast on L 1

4 CAMPHOR + prices of crude and refined camphor,ji up the matter there would be a chancefor Brannen. Ben Nettles and Frank

.*, *j but the average for the crude may be 11 some private corporation. It re- Brannen Managers,Lawtey One to act u clerk. f ",

*****! 11111111111II ***** taken to be something like 40 centsa quires about three years from the day For electing three trustees for' two MERCHANTSi
i and for the refined of for treesto and determining the amount of yA l IDon't Jf
pound as highas planting young camphor be u eaaed. 'Managers: Enoch Grubs, f
-4 j ,One of the ingredients of many high (-0 cents. arrive at a size sufficient for themto Pierce and Jesse Reddish one to act as

: explosives, including the smokeless Florida Soil. Especially Suitable. be stripped of leaves and small clerk. Sampson City forget to take an itemized' inventory once

., powder used by the government in its: Camphor trees seem to flourish best branches for the stilL It requires For electing three trustees for two :yean
and determining the amount of mHIage to be every year; policy requires it; This is very
is The your
big gunS, 'camphor. camphor! in sandy, sparse sail such as much of but a few weeks for the leaves to assessed. Managers: Jim Smith, Frank

''t{ 'industry is controlled entirely by a that in Florida. The cost of obtain- grow out again and not much'longerbefore Jones and 8. Frescott Grakaat one to>> act u clerk. mportant. You can never tell when a fire will

,l ,: Japanese monopoly. What would happen ing the land for camphor plantation once again the grove may be For enlarging the boundaries of the district -

in the event of trouble with Ja- would be very small There is at pres- sheared for its harvest of gum. to and determine electing the three amount trustees of for millage two yea to be nand come. Be sure you comply with erory: conditionJ.

I pan or any other difficulty that might ent one camphor-tree nursery in Flor- "To show the grip of the Japanese assessed Managers: W. D. Wasdin. O. W.
prevent the importation of camphor: Drat ad C. B. Roberta act as clerk
ida tell that the Cone.to
that distributes several thousand monopoly, let me you F. ,
.4 'from the Japanese interests that control i young trees yearly, but in practicallyno price of crude camphor has fluctuated Secretary and Superintendent. SchooIs6S4L
R. Davis & Co. Fla.
e the ? '
Would after
industry we, Stprke
17 to .
instance are these utilized in the since 1899 from cents a pound ,

the powder already stored in our arsenals manufacture of camphor. The cam- 50 cents a pound, while refined cam Iphor's N CIRCUIT COURT, 8TH JUDICIAL OK ;

' :! had been expended, after the phor tree furnishes a good shade and price varied from 31 cents to CUIT OF FLORIDA.

visible supply of camphor in our country -' throughout the south has. long been 80 cents. This illustrates the scopeof BRADFORD COUNT
.had been exhausted, be obliged to when BttlDA INGRAMVS. .
f used as ornamentation."The manipulation possible prac-
? F give up fighting because we could not camphor tree," said S. C. tically the whole yorld crop is owned .

i k manufacture any more ammunition? Hood, scientific assistant of the bu- by a single body. WILL INGRAM BILL FOR Bradford

Or would we be obliged to resort to reau of plant industry, "is a native of "It is time for the government to DIVORCE County f

J" obselete black powder; which is less the coastal regions of southeasternAsia. open its eyes to what may result froma NOTICiJ TO APPEAR.
efficient than the THE STATE OF FLORIDATo
new, high-powered Its first reference in history neglect of an opportunity to seize Will Ingram Greeeting:
smokeless? Or would our native ingenuity It having been shown by affidavit that th Abstract CompanyA
that under certain
occurs in Chinese literature. In the upon a precaution Defendant. Will Ingr m u a eittten of the
*, devise a new means, of sup- sixth A. D. the circumstances such mightsave State ef Florida but that his whereabouts is
century, tree was referred as war,
; plying the want left vacant by the unknown and that said defendant is over the complete record of Bradford County lands
to as a valuable timber, no reference us from national diaster.TheNew age of twenty-one, and that there is no one '>:.
absence of camphor? being made to the gum. La- York Press.SEABOARD. in the State of Florida on whom service can Land Titles Real Estate Investment r'
be had to bind said Defendant
These are questions that the United ter, camphor appears in a medical It is therefore ordered considered and adjudged --- __-_. '
: --- -
'--- ---
'a States government may well consider. that the said Defendant Will Ingrate
prescription by Actios, in Me- f+ft.11111111111111 ++4'++ do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint p
'I] As matters stand at present'praetical- sapotamia."The herein on or before the 20th day of III
I ly all the camphor produced in the t tf June A. D. 1914. in default whereof a decree
refining of camphor originated TIME TABLE. f pro eonfesso will be entered against the said
-, world comes from the island of Formosa with the Venetians and was a secret Will Ingram.
f tf It is further ordered that this notice he
a'little from Japan and still less
but as years passed travelers re- The following schedule is f' published in the Bradford County Telegraph -
from China. And yet our own southern i turning to the Occident brought a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford The 1)f.
came keynote
+ now in effect: t county Florida once each week for six consecutive "
states are better suited for th phor trees and the substance which weeks. '
No. 3 Jacksonville to Tam- .f .'
In Witness Whereof ,I have hereunto set '
", production of camphor trees than
k any helped send the shells of the American + pa due at Starke 11:02 A. M. + my hand and affixed the seat of our Circuit SmItt. = ,
}; ,. foreign countries. It merely an example fleet into Vera Cruz a few weeks Court on this the 9th day of May A. D. 1914.
f No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa f
; W. T. WEEKS Clerk.
of our lack of realization of )J I 0 F.O@
: gradually came into its ,. D. C. ,
ago own. f due at Starke 11:14 P. M. ff By R. A. Weelu
i the consequences of throwing ourselves It is within the last that A. S Crews, s a t fK} c
No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce ff Soue'tor: for Coma :3
wholly on a foreign country = e c r ? kn
to enter into the
camphor began man- dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 f May 15-CU Efficiency
# such as Japan for a supply so vital ufacture of commercial articles) Priorto + P.M. f

to military and naval efficiency and I that it had been widely'used for IN CIRCUIT COURT 8TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT '
+ No. 4 f
Tampa to
.t', at the same time a striking indictment medicine. There few OF FLORIDA
are probably
f due at Starke 3:49 P. M. f BRADFORD COUNTY.KATIE "

to against utilize the a gigantic nation for natural its failure re- plant varied products that find as many and f No.2, Tampa to Jacksonville f CO WART is i its kcy-for-every-character keyboard. OLe simple stroke Y: -
uses as camphor.
f due at Starke 4:54 A. M. f VS. '
i?- I' source duatry., as'Well as a high paying. in- Crude Methods of the Formosans. f No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville f J. C COWART BILL FOR prints any character. This makes a keyboard of surpassing.

Very little is known of the methodsof f due at Starke 9:21 'f DIVOECK.NOTICE ::.

; t. Important >Uses of Camphor. camphor manufacture in Formosa.To f A. M. f TO APPEAR simplicity; easy to learn; easy to operate; anditsefErJp i

the part played by camphor in the distill it the natives f + THE STATE OF FLORIDA ; '
there'ustlally To J. C. Cowart. Greeting:
manufacture of smokeless powder, as employ a shallow iron kettle, supPorted t Starke and Wannee Branch f It having been shown by affidavit that th ciency is attested by a vast army of loyal users. -1 l
Defendant J. C. Cowart is nonresident ef
well other + t f
as in nitro-cellulose prod- over a stone in which they builda the State of Florida and that the res f
'vets, largely a secret held by the fire. .The kettle is covered with a f No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 ... said Defendant is at Warrens

great explosive manufacturers. Efj perforated j 'cover, above which is pine. f A. M. + one that years.said Defendant U over the age of ideaModel

"t forts to obtain from these manufac- ed a bottomless tub with a removablecover. t No. 104 arrives atStarke + It is therefore ordered considered
judged that the said Defendant J. C. s
turers the figures on the amount of A bamboo tube leads from the f 2:45 P. M. + do appear to the Complainant's Bin of 10 r / ,
z used in the f + plaint herein on or before the 20th
camphor powder supplied
tub to a series of wooden boxes over June A. D. 1914. in default whereof a decree
to the government for its big guns which water is run for cooling pur f Limited Trains + pro confesso will be entered against the said

t today proved ineffective. The manufacturers poses. These boxes thus serve as condensers +, ---- + J.I C Us, Cowart.further ordered that this notice be published :

+ .merely admitted that cam- t 1 No. 9, Jacksonville to Tam- f in the Bradford County Telegraph a Visible
published at Starke in Bradford
phor Was one of the important ingre- The distillery is set up alongside a .1 pa due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + county newspaper Florida once a week for Six consecutive .

dients of the formulas of many of the stream and near the camphor trees 4 No. 10, Tampa to Jackson +, Witness weeks.In .Whereof I have hereunto set fy, O r;

x high explosives. which are to be attacked. Trees are f 1 ville, due at Starke 6:10 P. M. + Land and affixed the seal of our Circuit I
( In addition + T. J. Griffin + Court on this the 11th day of May A. a
? :, to being used in powder, then cut down and chipped up andthe Agent. 1914.

camphor forma one of the principal chips placed in the tub. In the + W. T. WEEKS Clark }

r _, constituents of celluloid. Something iron kettle below steam "is.generatedand ***** 11111111111111 ***** A.. S .Crews,By B. A. Weeks.D. C.

like 75 per cent of the camphor Imported the steam, rising through the per-j Solicitor for Comp.
May 15-6t
; t: into the United States yearly forations in the lid, passes throughthe

i is used in making celluloid. But a tube, taking up the camphor from No. 666 MASTER'S SALE. IIr

I very,small portion of the remainder the chips as it goes and, following out Notice to hereby given that under and by
This b a prescription prepared especially virtue of a final decree of 'foreclosure tasde
? U employed in pharmaceutical preparations through the bamboo tube, enters the for and rendered June 3rd. 1914 by the Judgeof

so, as Dr. Howard Alliston, boxes where it is condensed, deposi- Five MALARIA or six doses or will CHILLS break any A FEVER.cue, and Circuit the Circuit of Florida Court in of the and Eighth for Bradford Judicial d

j: one of the best "experts on explosives ting the camphor in a solid mass. if taken then ai a tonic the Fever will not county in chancery in favor of Jennie M.
Hodges Hoffman and her husband. R. R. Hoffman
pointed out to the press,'it Not Necessary to Destroy Trees.This' return. It acts on the liver better than and W. B. Harvard. Complainants, and-

1 can be safely assumed that the majority '" method of cutting down the Calomel and does not gripe or ticken. 25c E.against T. Campbell Ethalena defendants Campbell and the her undersigned husband

t, of the balance is utilized in trees themselves, of 'course, necessi- will offer for sale before the courthouse doorat Smith Premier Department
Starke. Florida during the legal hours of }
manufacturing the powder without tates the destroying of the camphor WARNING.Stockhblders sale on Monday. July 6th. 1914. t othe highest

L 1 which our navy and army would be forests. But, according to Mr. Mun- of the Florida Fire & deserted and best real bidder estate for bring cash and the being following in the Remington Typewriter Company
helpless.In town of Starke County of o--a )
son, his investigations in Florida Bradford. State of

i 1907,.the last year that figures showed that just as much camphorand Casualty Insurance Co., are warned Florida Lots ,One to-wit Two: Three and Four of Block 226 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Florida tE

are available, the United States imported just as good quality could be ob- against selling their stock to any parties One of J. G. Alvarez Addition to the Townof ,
who may make efforts by false Starke Section Twenty-eight. Township
3438,397 pounds of crude Six. South of Range
cam- tained by merely clipping off the Twenty-two East j
phor ,and 463,977 statements as to the value of the A. S. CREWS. &..- -' '-7 ,- -trm.
pounds of refined leaves and young branches of the Special Master in Chancery.
'1 camphor. Practically all of this came young trees, which promptly grow out stock, to purchase it at far under its A. Z. Adkins SoLcitor for Complainants. ,
June 6-5L -
through the" Japanese monopolies in I again, the parent stem not being true value, and stockholders are requested t:

Formosa. The total annual outputof I harmed in the. least. In this way a to communicate any such MASTER'S SALE.
the island about facts to the company. Stockholdersare Notice to hereby given that under and by
JU 8,000,000 pounds camphor grove can last for years. virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made
; and:a great 'deal of this remains in "The first camphor trees said Mr. also requested to place their fire and rendered June 3rd. 1914 by the Judgeof
$ the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial When
and other insurance with their You Want
<0 : Japanese control; and into the own
goes Munson, "were brought to this coun- Circuit of Florida. in and for Bradford
; Japanese arsenals for future company and induce their friends to county in chancery in favor of O. L. Thomas
: use. try between 1870 and 1875. They were and against L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith
The,South Better Adapted To It Than planted in Florida and flourished. :. do the same. his wife defendants, the undersigned will of.

Formosa. About 1880 the department of agriculture Florida Fire & Casualty Insurance Co. Starke.fer for Florida sale before during the the courthouse legal hours door of at
4A sale on Monday July 6th. 1914. to the high A Horse A MuleA
: C. N. Munson, of Brooklyn, recently distributed seeds and small est and best bidder for cash, the following
t returned from a visit to Florida, trees, and these were sent around for MASTERS SALE. described real estate lying and being in the
town of Raiford. of
County Bradford. Stateof
Notice b hereby given that under .
i 1 where he went to investigate the pos- :nursery purposes. virtue of a final decree of foreclosure and made By Florida to-wit:
and rendered June 2nd. 1914. by the Commencing at the Somtb-east corner of
? :tioility of raising camphor trees iu "The camphor trees soon became the Circuit Court of the Eight Judicial Judgeof the South-east quarter of the North-west Buggy A Wagon
the couth and of starting an industry favorites for wind breaks for shade Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford County quarter of the Northeast quarter and run-
in chancery in favor of J. B. Rhoden. I, ning North 210 feet for a point of beginning;
that vould remove this country from purposes and for purposes of orna- complainant, and against J. A. Wainright thence running West 210 feet; thence North .
210 feet: thence East 210 feet: thence South
and hia wife Lettie Wainright,
dependence upon Japan in this respect mentation but defendants 210 feet to the place of
thought beginning of Section
no one ever of the
undersigned offer for
__ Lu > _. sale.. before_ the_ 18, Township 5, South of Range 21. East
starting a camphor plantation for the :counnoUlle ooor at oiarce rionoa, during tile A Set of
! I legal hours of aale on Monday July 6. 1914 containing One Acre more or less with all Harness
I He reported that his research work, gum to be thus obtained. It was not' I to the highest and best bidder for cash the the appurtenances. thereunto belonging.A. .
:Coupled with that done by from following described real estate lying and be- S. CREWS, elf:
men until
1904 that the government show- ing in Bradford County Florida tawit-- Special Muter in Chancery.
:the department of agriculture reveal- A piece of land in the a. Z. Adkins Solicitor for Complainant
ed any marked signs of interest in town of Starke June 56tNOTICE
iN t v jOd that certain parts of the south the establishment of the new indus- Florida post of the beginning southwest at the quarter northwest of southwest corner Come to See' Us

:. {were better adapted to camphor grow- try. Then men were sent to Flordia quarter of section 28, township 6 south range TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS .n
2 2
east running thence east 484 feet Hereby not!:* is given to all creditors, *
"? than those regions from which investigate with a view to estab- thence south 418 feet thence west 484 feet legatees and distributees and all persons ,
ss. i the entire supply now comes. Experimentation lishing a camphor manufactory. Up thence ginning.North 418 feet to said point of be- having any e'a m or demand against testate We buy in car lots and give our cus j
of W. H. Riven deftued..lale of '
t showed, he declared, that to the present there is no large cam- 6-S- L Special A. S. CREWS Muter, in Town of Starke. ('nnt, of Bradford. Stateof tomers the benefit of the lowest 'prices.If .
tit was possible to'raise camphor trees phor in Chancery. Florida to present any and all such claiJlltlor
mnufactory operation. .
t demands to the undersigned executor with
t .Jin Florida not only with extreme Would Have Government Interested. NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. In two years, the time prescribed by law, or
.; swiftness, but to gather the Thirty days after date of the first publication this notice will be pleaded in bar thereof.
camphor "My plan is to get the government of this notice I will apply to the THIS THE 8TH, DAY OF M 4Y. 1914. 'I
harvest from them without killing the awakened to the necessity of starting Honorable Ceo. A. Gardiner. County Judge J. E. FUTCH.
i5r 'hves II of Bradford county Florida for an order to F.'tf'l'1'tor of the Last Will and Testament of
& as the method used in Formosa for our own use instead of depending sell at private sale the undivided one-eleventh W. H. Riven deceased..
does. Without he interest each of Bertha andAlbertha Lewis May s-St. R ,
pointedout for
on Japan article
an so largely us- minor heirs deceased in and
celluloid, could not be manufac. r ed in war, a gigantic camphor plantation to the nJohnrcel of land situate in i :
N tured. I Bradford county Florida, and described u NOTICE OP FINAL DISCHARGE
in Florida which will not only follows, to-wit: Notice is hereby given to a" Concerned that I
According to Mr. Munson, who is supply our own home wants, but one Section Northwest Nine.quarter Township of Southwest quarter of six:: months after date hereof I will present Starke Florida
I' Range Twenty my final returns u administrator: of ti
fve of estate
4 son Pilot Munson who East less Five
took that will be: large enough to permit *lso South half acres South of ra'lroad of Sallie S. Chesser. late of Bradford
the Mcrrimac into San Juan harbor the shipping of camphor to other Vorthwwt quarter of of Section Sonthwrtt Nine.quarter Township of -onntr. Florida deceased and apply to theHooTitT t1JLwtfwLnJwwJbThe
: .vith Hobson and :1Io South I Jndff of Bradford County Florid
sunk her Twenty.
there, the'r'mal countries. '
could be Fifty .
to yield tail q in all (55) acres more 'or my final discharge.. '
? < monetary,yield from a camphor -i I a handsome return to the government leu. or .... ,J. D. 1U'TJ:1t.,
y Ti Industry which in CHARITY LEWIS. &4"ln> trator of the Estate of Sallie S.
three j Telegraph
.ti ft "( years; and would be taking. out of the hands I-1-6L Guardian of said minors. Chesser deceased. $1.50 Per Year

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The exhibition started out to be an skinned! and naked. It has a head tresemblio I ;
tt;, .l entertainment for a group" of admir- 'a cow,a round tail and but !Ii',

{,IYE STATE NEWS ing young boys but as banana after two flippers, which are located near,

f fi banana disappeared the bootblack the head. There are three known apet| When Your Blood Is Right .
A'.rt\ fame spread and by the time the egg des of the manatee, all of which are t 1 I

course was reached the feast was being rapidly.becoming extinct The American -I
i Th That Are Happening All Over Florida watched by half of Kissimmee. species one of which wax caught :
After the bananas and cream had disappeared Saturday is to be found along the Your' Whole Systeffi Is Right '
I As Told By Our Exchanges the Greek announced that I coast of Florida and in the vicinity

.he was satisfied: considering- that- he_ of the West Indies. The animal is )1
I had had a hearty supper earlier in the now being eared' for by its captors at ,1: r.
enjoying free :J. Sakai, manager of the :Japanese .evening. Could he eat a dozen raw Dames Point, and attracting the attention
colony at Yamato, was in the city on I eggs! was asked by someone in the of many interested visiters. If You Have Any Blood or Skin Diseas Do Not; f
'jpy Friday with his wife and three little crowd. Sure if he was_paid for it -Florida Metropolis.
+ i gtotuBBM'Board of Trade isu children. He reports a very prosperous I I So on a dollar bet that he couldn't, Delay Until It Is Too Late, But Order \ I k

i-nriu fa the best kept lawn season for the colony-in fact the 'he started again-and won the dollar. How To Give QnlaiM To Chfldrea.FEBMinnt ', dt
["JrdtB with>o the limits of that most prosperous one they have ever Next morning he was at his stand at TODAY
b lbetndH .
ik m cHem to aa
had. He states that G. G. Yoshida' the usual hour and if he suffered any baDlONdQ aiae. n..Tutdaaanu..... !
t ;+-8coast' -+ made over $2,000 net from one and ill effects from the night before no Chidtes lilt to take take aid it don sad uetet sot kaov* btke to ttoiueh.QII UIe. {

is considering a one-quarter acres of peppers and that complaint was heard. It is quite likely Also apcdany adapted to admits .fao cam
y 'have first class ex every member of the colony cleared however, that he has decided to case UkeordnaryQmiiae.aawc mess aarriaeiaa Does Mt ia Ute waste M8d. TIT age THE[ HOT SPRINGS REMEDY
Ifoaio .
the aext time yo' aced QsniM fee
d[tbateounty's products shown from $1,000 to 3,000 apiece this sea- get more money out of the next exhibition Ak, for 2-onaee original iMckcre.ur psi.pose. The _
IMS county fairs in Illinois son. The only bad luck they bad was he gives.-Kissimmee Ga- same FEMtttCJS u biota iabcttk. ZS aata '

4 fall and win- the destruction of the one dwelling by zette.
i approaching l fire with a loss of about $800,but other I++++..11111111111111.++*. A Complete and Positive Remedy for. 1 '. ; -
: \
than this there were no drawbacks Great excitement on the beach. A 1+ *. SYPHILIS, ECZEMA, ERYSIPELAS, ACNE '
y + j
health and
having good good 1 '
Jj denl fish has been captured big, black bear: first seen en route .
S .
crops.-West TropicalSun. i
sent out by the from Ormond traveling south seeking t ,
i by a party I + BAPTIST Rev. C. M. Brit- *, .
,foseum of Natural His- v v .. ,.presumably:, a warmer climate. ton. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + And All Other. Forms of- Blood and Skin Disease .
Bruin wandered and the .
York. It will be mount- along over t
-'d do"most, ; approved manner and W. D. Nelson, general manager for paved streets of hustling Seabreeze I,. M. Morning service, 11 KM; +I \I; ,
|ab3 with the other eariosi- the Canal Packet Line,plying between :miffed the big urns on Seabreeze avenue evening service, 7:00. Visitors .1|!1 I .

t institution.i Jacksonville aad Daytona and points and passed through Daytona cordially with invited to worship +j( t Springs Physicians Pronounce This the Greatest fI
,. farther south, writes to Geo. F. Beach, setting the street car a merry us.EPISCOPALRev. + .
", Charles F. Barfield, who Crouch, local manager far the company pace. By this time, 82 autos 47 I Blood and Skin Remedy Ever Placed on the Marke

yean of continui'vniei -i that arrangements have been motorcycles, 119 bicyclists, 702 dogs .. Sherrod E. A. +!I I flOarWisldi
rector. Services first
oa the Jacksonville police made for the building of two new and pedestrians to numerous to men- in I -. .
liM jott retired on full pay for boats which .will put the line in excellent tion, armed with hoes, rakes, rifles, Sunday every month. +* ::1 Full Course Treatment Three, .
s{ bfa Lfa He bas been condition for the winter busi- guns pistols and horsewhips were in CHRISTIAN ; .
Rev. Ernest +
crier ''at Bay and Hogan for ness and insure the best of service. hot pursuit. Brain, all unconsciousof -
The boats in their construction House, pastor. Services on + Bottles $12.50. Single :
new are the chase, was calmly making hit
1e jl:%e to be adapted to these waters. way through the scrub, occasionally morning and evening of each +I .

;I'a eavy- thunderstorm at They are to be 160 feet in length and detouring to the beach in search of .. the second month.and fourth Sunday of ++: I Bottle $5.00 : '

aturday afternoon W. 30 foot beam and are to be ready for turtle eggs, which ripen this time of i i il ,

A It as instantly'killed by delivery October 1st. They will cost year, and are ready for digging. One ++ PRESBYTERIAN **1 i We Prepare a Remedy for Every Disease i
Jai{M he walked into his 45,000 each and will be constructedfor man who stayed out all night with a + regular : f fJ : -
pastor. Sunday school at +
ai placed up the receiver of both freight and passenger traffic. gun trying to waylay the bear, was + 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. + I ; < a
Mr. Atkinson was a .The new boats will be five feet shorter seen Friday morning. He had a load I r
bus neu man of that city and four feet wider than the Swan.- of No. 8 shot in his gun, and was congratulated + I I Us Your Troubles. All Correspondence Private
Rev. B. T. +
*-' Daytona Gazette-News. that he had not found the I -
i + Rape, pastor. Sunday school +
J ajD. Robertson and Mr. bear. Latest signs pointed to Bruin l + at 9:45 A. M. Morning' sere # Hot Springs Medicine Co., .
i were out on a fishing Hastings produced a million-dollar somewhere in the scrub between .. ____
..._ Sathrday on the Withlai potato crop this spring, says the St. light house and Port Orange.-De., ++ vice service, 11:00, 7:30 o'clock o'clock.; Visitors evening +*1 1111 8271-2 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Arkansas:

i' +erand; had most remark- Augustine Record. The crop has been Land News. + cordially invited to attend. +I jL
hidlt'Betides catching a number harvested and sold and the farmers 6- 3-fr + -
of the of the Hastings section strutting No better evidence could be addue- 2.j
enormous'size mayor are .
+++++ 1111111111+111+++.+
oakedV alligator, and after about with jingling pockets and bankbooks ed that Bradford county contains the

straggle, lasting quite a so swollen that ,strong rub cr most fertile lands in the state than NOTICE OF GUASDIAVS: SALE. '. and deck Repairing

time, sutfeeded in bringing his bands are fastened around them to the purchase of over a thousand acres I Thirty days after fete hereof I will apply Will more than please J,.IL a
1 catch to terms.-Ocala Ban- keep them from bursting 'the pockets by the state which is to be convertedinto .of to the Bradford Bon. coanty Geo. A., Florida Gardiner far', county aa order jadge to you.cheerfully.Estimates Prompt given.deryke. '
in which they are carried. While the a convict farm. After lands and i aD at private cafe the undivided ()!Ie-tJ hbd .
... interest, each of Wither and Carl Andrews f'
-. potato is king and.rules: Hastings with general conditions were thoroughly minor kin of W. T Andrews, deeeated. in Ill w. Pay Parcel Pest { /
-the last three weeks millions of aa surtocrat hand or possibly it should investigated by experts in many coun- and to the foHewiiiir land situate ia. .Chare Oae Way.JEWELRY. 4'//
onnty. Ftot-da and described DIAMONDS (7
i and light brown butterflies have be an eye, the spud has not absolute ties of the state the location was selected lows to-wit: Brad-I AOVELTIES / :
North East Quarter of North East \
' pawing Lake Worth, going monopoly the soil there. The farm- where inmates of prison would ter rf SeetiM Tour. Township Five, Sooth R. J. RILES
;The ftights have begun at ers are diversifying and garden truck enjoy good health and the lands would Sage 'Tw aty tat
' eud; continued' until sunset, by the train load was grown there produce a profit''' to the state from VERGIE ANDREWS.Guardian for said. minor I jv Jaekwstllfe, Fla. t tlf.c/, -

|after. day.,.'Where the butterflies during the winter, while corn and hay their labor. There is not a county in
i from and where they are going arc now coming in for a share of the Florida that would object to havingthe r
,r | mystery., The main bunch trav- plaudits. This year the potato crop farm as demonstrations will be ,

the west side of the island, was an exceptionally good one, and made to show what can be produced I Ii I
a few thousand take the the market was strong with high pri- through scientific cultivation, with i : '
down Q street-Lake Worth ces ruling a demand for all that could and without fertilization. There is .
be furnished. Palatka Times-Herald. about one thousand acres in the tract Health Drinks !
-0- which is situated two miles east of

Hughes and son. a boy of .The Pensacola correspondent of the Raiford. on the A. C. L railroad, and .
of, HonticeUo, while enroutein Jacksonville Times Union, says the nearly all of it is yot uncleared. The 4X

an automobile were De. pwater City on Wednesday experi- construction of necessary buildingshas ,
tiby.a falling tree. The boy enced one of the most severe electrical begun, lands are being cleared and
|Mtantly.. Mr. Hughes was bad- storms of many years and for the first crop will be planted next for the Hot Weather

.< The accident happened onMieroukee more than an hour lightning flashes year. The farm is intended as a prison -
| < road three miles ., were brilliant and frequent, while the for women and decrepit male convicts -
of Tallahassee. It is said .peals of thunder were deafening. Dur- and every comfort and protection -\

n'WtMontitello i for Hallahassee ing the worst of the storm, Fred Ser- win,be given to the unfortunate What is more refreshing and health-b iIding during the '
I the funeral of W. H. Atkmng I geant, 17| years of gae, residing on humans whose labor will be the
i friend and schoolmate of Mr. I East Jacksen street, was instantly means of showing to the world what long, hot summer than good, pure bottled beer? Our
,who was struck by lightning; killed. The handsome First Methodist can be produced on Bradford county's x
:talking over a telephone. church was struck and some of tho land through scientific methods. It brands have a world-wide reputation for Purity, Quality :

stone ornamental pieces on the east will be several months before all the
;lackers,,the black and white side knocked off.- Cars were put out ..onvicts are removed to the new quar- and Flavor.BottledBeerWorthWhile.

fptefers with red heads and a o( commission, lights went out. and ters, but many are no wat work clearing -
t I cry, are being proved guilty elevators stopped. The Sergeant boy land fencing building etc. The : .
; and eating hen's eggs for was standing beneath an incandescent farm is going to be of much value to -
raisers of town, Mrs.. 0.i light at his home with a cup in his every section of Bradford county in
S i and Mrs. G. A. Wingate be- hand when the bolt of lightning en- the way of an advertisement to those 3 a 9
tly the worst annoyed by tered presumably on :the wire and seeking fertile lands and health in Pab.t Blue Ribboa J nf*.ited Heart Veribest Beer -

a birds. These ladies re- struck him on the head, producing instant Florida.-Lake Butler Star. I :Bottled Beer :PI-Style Bottled specially for Florida. }. i
I that the up-suckers, who get death.A .
p Known and sold the -vorld over. Has been weB and :favorably known Brewed from, choice' malts$and ': I
from their habit of drfflia During a run for trout at Dames hops. A favorite
bay and other trees to million and a half in internal Point, in the St. Johns river, Saturday Absolutely the best bottled beer 10r its Jajh qadtij for' over 30 order will mate great One l', s=
a steady
: the a**, have even stolen eggs revenue will be shown by the annual M. L Harris and J. B. McDowell that can be prodoced. Ask and .3'UJ'S. Mart te 4 ood. Try it customer.
r a sitting hen. Postmas- figures in the office of Collector H. at the head of a crew of six men, sue- 1 od y. eE .
'4" complains that the blue H. Lewis at the close of the fiscal eeded in making the first capture of 1 lAom. flan -.JlLSf Per t>w 1 4u. .mutt _.$ 1M 5 1 DouD Dozen.---.- $.L09 t.... .
r's; | 'ling the same trick in his* year, June 30, if present estimates, a huge manatee or seacow', of the 5 Dsp, small ._.---S ..S Iter -cur., .5 dot osnIL -- SL5 10 DOIMI n--Cask--\._ >*?R00 i BA_

Jwdy-Daytona Journal for- June- materialize, according-- to the- American species, in the local nver. U Don. wall .3 12M ffer.odt.M as..III _.$ 8.50 5 cask Lota, 'per cask-, :_t i5 i : ]
Jacksonville Metropolis. The figuresfor The task of landing this mammal required ..
'whirlpool in the St the state of Florida to date are the energetic work of the men .
t liter sixteen miles north of well over a million and the month of for a period of six hours before it EVERY DEALER CAN. MAKE : I

is responsible for the June is the heaviest in the yoar. For could be landed safely. According to ,
** tf practically the whole the eleven months ending May 21, the account of the encounter with the ,

;r'tOHty famfly.' Riley, Lilttd last, 994892.17 was taken ia on cigar .animal the leader of the fishing BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER j'f

EM. Johns,,as chil- and tobacco revenues; 126777.31 party stated that u.e.nets had been .
of. t .D, ''Johns, a prosperous on distilled liquors and $25,617.89 on I placed f.rfish and the inability to t.
1 tN 'Mar Baxter, met death while fermented beverages. The total from make the haul,when t'; time present '

I Rafter the youngest of the all other sources was 79098.75 making ed itself, caused suspicion, and during Suck Ac most wrftr fae e f'fat:cafher,, driiks made &y.wh at you can_sell at a profit. : t... ;,

|Md been caught in the pool a grand total of over $1400,000. tfe* investigation the men learned Do Ml 4fey, stock fccsc tru. Md y. wiU have tee post! popular stand in town cod ';'

'>1-+* ;three, led -by Riley The bulk of the income tax revenueis that they had something to deal with die end of the scasoimrfet.profit that will.seal moeey in i the ha k. ..at t-. .
M r Ue thad attempted to expected to come in during the which they had not bargained for.The .
n : The'children ranged in present month, as the tax is due on or effortsof, the animal whose weight 4 : \
1111 18. All bodies were before June 30 and will further swell registered considerably over 700 Summer Drinks That Sell : .- T .

pr : attar several hours search the figures of the office for that pounds, to. release itself from the .
with i dragnets and hooks. month. Officials say .that the esti- large gill net made the problem ,a NEAB-TT EED HEAKTHtEW. ODER. ,, : l: s

+-tew5iatd--+ mates, of course, may bo off as muchas serious one, and hours passed with The best Cgfai brew made. Lest .:..-:_ "
....-.. Less than -
.,'! has seventy-five $50,000 one way or the other, but every man extending himself to the than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled akohef. Relreehinc nd a iLi best kinds -:& for ;
data Mar the corporate Urnb are probably closer than that. The limit before the monster could be special for pMfeibUion territory.eert eanuxai. shipment 't::: .

1asa+t .excelled in Brad tobaeeo and liquor reveries are practically brought ashore. The catch was made As near real beer as possible. _- ..-'
r It fill, from the shown 1I.DM Calk ...... $&5 IMMi Cask .. i50 \1
'' present same as were in near the mouth of Clapboard Cra:ek., -- ----- -' IMIalfc. Kegs, per gallo. *c.. j
sixty or mor:: the totals for the years 1912.13.so A< later investigation showed several .<
N fheifre, When Mr. Town- far. large holes, which ted the fishermento All Prices are F. 0. B. JtckKHviHc" ; Fla. When Ordering State Wheihef You Want Us to > !

; tat 'cultivation of the believe that several of the specieshad Ship By Freight or [Jpres..c. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles 1 .

k 8td! two or three years Kissimmo has a champion eater. made! their way thrush the net*. F. 0. B. Jacksonville. Florida. .
id by the old farmers heMfir. This week the young Greek bootblack It is thought that a family of thhfpekes .
ah!* to produce any- located on Broadway demonstratedhis had sought this spot in the St. '
iItte1Sgeat cultivation and right to the title by puling off an Johns for feeding grounds. It is statd I CHAS. BLUM COMPANY /i' >

ietiuet! ha convinced tha eating exhibition in front of the Palace by old fishermen that the catch is ti' ......
4 A .that it only requires drug store Wednesday night, at 'he first ever made in the St. Johns .Ettabluhtd Over 25 Yean and Absolutely Reliable r' ; "
fertlher to make I which t'me he conSt'n'd by correct iver, and one of the very few made ":.
*reu Lake Butler produce i*rrt thirty seven full med bananas '" the vicinity of Florida. Th huge Jacksonville :1 s k
u say lands of ths eight ten-cnt dials of ire cream and nominal measures nearly ten feet in Florida ".

,. '.Butler Star. one dozen raw eggs. He is still alive. 'er.gth, nearly black in color, thickt ;_

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:, iriif n, ,City Tefejnpi A movement is on'foot among. club Occasionally some city daily*paper CURIOUS ,BITS
takes wallop at country people, pic- Which la Better-Try an Experiment
women of the United States: to have a. k
robes of .or Profit by a Starke OF HISTORY
turing them as the typical
< =
'" with -
c Local l and Long Distance Phone railroads trains supplied chaperones ancient days. Citizen' Experience.Something .
whose duties will be to safeguard -
: 40
r r S Number our rural maids and.,youthful It serves as a vent for the city edi o THE STAR CHAMBER

matrons from the attentions and blandishments tor's surplus egotism, and does us no new is an experiment. COURT.

-- ,. Published weekly, 'ani entered aa of strange men while traveling harms Must be proved to be as represented. .:;

/ ecflBd class matter at the post-office alone. But for'the sake of friendly com- By A. W. MACY. '

at Starke,, Florida.. 'The move is a wise one and shouldbe parison let us take a peep at just one The statement of a manufacturers At one time the "Star Cham

i _'_ fostered and encouraged. It is little phase of city l courtesy to not convincing proof of merit. ber" was almost all-powerful In

and Owner But the endorsement of friends is. England. It was so called be-
; Matthew*, Editor women.A .
E. ; and for it.
we are ,
Its sessions held' In '
were *
"V. Hi Bobbin; -_ &ua.-te'EditGr, And we bowdown in gratitude to man from the country was in a Now supposing you had a bad back. a large-chamber.whose ceiling

;4 and Business Manager-_ those .noble and high minded club large city recently and had occasionto A lame, weak or.aching one, was decorated with- stars. Its t, 4" ,_

women for ,their solicitious attitude make,a trip to the suburbs about Would you experiment with it? sessions were held In secret It 't-i

x r .. ;. FRIDAY, JUNE 26th, .' 1914. toward our winsome country lasses. five o'clock in the afternoon. The'car You will read of many so-called could settle cases without juries i.SAW IT FIRSTE.-E.

...-- But there is seldom an ointment was soon crowded with people going cures. and Inflict torture at will, 4.'"
"' '. ? It sure without its fly. home from the day's labors, and the Endorsed by strangers from fara- though It could not Impose the Those have tried our,A J
j Is it hot enough for us from the found himself death penalty. This court fined their 'e
From a casual reading of the movement man, country way places. cigars appreciate quaEtymuch ..

11. ... as exploited in the daily pressit sitting opposite a "gentleman" of the It's different when the endorsementcomes the bishop cf Lincoln Laud 5,000 womer when you knot:'
.4 city garbed in immaculate attire and from home. for calling Archbishop _
x. Good cooks seldom have quarrelsome would appear that young women "the great Leviathan." It fined much Havana Tobacco they et
front the are the only ones expression of "intellectual, super- Easy to prove local testimony.Read ..
husbands. country John Ulburn, the ,agitator, the skill employed in their :::0
; ? who are sufficiently unsophisticatedas iority"A this Starke case: 500, sentenced him to the pillory ; ,

s If ignorance is bliss, why court the to be unable to take care for themselves feeble old lady entered the car, Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway,"Starke and to be whipped "from ture and the small profit fnus.

;_ blisters of wisdom? while separated from the maternal and in the absence of a vacant seat Fla., says: '1: have used Doan's Kid- Fleet "street to Westminster." Prove: our statements by,tr<-

: $ ; apron strings, while the wis- was standing by the side of masculine ney Pills on different occasions for The court was abolished by act them. I t'r j '"

.: Caruso has reduced 'the cost of .dom of the city bred girl makes her repository of superior intelligence.The backache and other symptoms of kid- of parliament in 1641. "Star '

breach of promise- suits_, to_$3,000. immune from insult. intellectual high brow of city ney complaint and they have givenme Chamber" proceedings of any ST'ARKE; CIGAR co-. t

r. { o = Or at least that appears to be the breeding looked up, gave her a cold great relief. I have the same high kind have never been popular 't ,Starke Fla. !o...
In America.
.. skunk but '
,tl : You can pen up a you the opinion of the wise ones of clubdom. stare, and calmly resumed the read- praise for this remedy now as I did {
.t }; can't pen up the fetid odor of "of his when I'gave public statement some :,
ing a
Now in order that we may not be paper.
(Copyright 1911. by Joseph B. BowIeoJ US
beast "
; 6 outdone in generosity, and that our The man from the country as time ago. SEND YOUR ORDERS

his rural light shed its afar, promptly gave her his seat. Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
$ The frost Roosevelt met upon may rays -
fc- that ,' good $ simply ask for a kidney remedy-get ; '
T visit to'France was so big that it was we humbly suggest our HUSBAND RESCUED CHANNELS
_4 called snow.- women of the country inaugurate a AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Doan's Kidney Pillls:-the same that

r movement for the of Arthur Brisbane, who is said to be Mrs. Hazel had. Foster-Milburn Co., ANGLES AND
t j young i ''
,. : Members of high society are always girls of the city from the polished the most highly paid newspaper man Props., Buffalo, N. Y. DESPAIRING WIFEAfter ALL SHAPES :'
in the world and whose genius is ,s AND SIZES 31
: looking for,new fads. Why don't they human vampires who make a practiceof
r I everywhere recognized, understoodthe BOILER PLATETANK '
Fi work? innocence -
i try upon young DRAINAGE WORK COMPLETED: 1 .
-4- truth of this statement when he ; STEEL ,r-
o happily abroad. The drainage east of Starke havingcome Poor Yean of Discouraging
Flat dwellers ought to live sisters of the said: GALVANIZED K
Surely our arQ'worthy
% H* because there is not room in a flat for of some measure of protection "The local newspaper in proportionto to an end, the contractor, G. C. Conditions, Mrs. Bullock! Gave COPPER AND "' "

!>A ; '; an.argument slight though,it may be. its circulation, in my opinion, Livingston, discharged the greater Up in Despair. Husband ZINC SHEETSi
( portion of his force Saturday after-
V infinitely the most valuable advertising Came Rescue.
John Lind the silent came and noon. The camp south of Matt Grif- TRUSS RODS
l BUILD UP OUR TOWN. medium we have. The value of "'"
passed away, but Bryan, the talker, the is based fis' place consisted of about 50 Irish- STAY BOLTS ;
country on
There seems to be quite a jealously newspaper
still survives. the fact that the who reads' it men, who had been hard and skilled Catron, Ky.-In an interesting letter STRUCTURAL.
some business men, a dispo- man '
among workers; honest and good-natured. In from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock IRONWORK
break down their ad- looks upon it as a neighbor and a "
sition to to
Luke M'Luke says a woman who ,try recognition of their services Mr. Liv- writes as follows: "I suffered for four OF ALL KK1OAK

..Fe has a face like a horse always 'complains versary in order to build themselvesup friend, a personal acquaintance, and ingston treated them to a bountiful rears, with womanly troubles,and during .
attaches to the
that the new styles in hats on their opponent's downfall. This printed statementsand collation. The occasion was enlivenedby this time, I could only sit up for a little CHERRY

.* are not becoming. petty feeling .among rivals in buSiness advertisements far greater im- songs by Professors Pat Cleary, while, and could not walk anywhere at CYPRESS ;

fa is all wrong. The best way to portance'than the big city attaches to an. At times, 1 would ban severe paint MAHOGANY
and Patrick 'Rourke ,
y; Uncle Sam has recognized: Huerta build up a town ,is to stand by every the statement and advertisements in Paddy Flanagan ; In left side.

t,_ in'more than one way, but ,Huerta man in the place, who does right the big city newspapers. As a friend Prof. Pat Cleary also did some balancing The my doctor was called,and his treat. ,i ALL WHITE PLUS

has not saluted the flag. Whenever a man is doing well do not talking to another about a certain stunts and gave some pointerSon !sent relieved me for a while, but I was HARD- W

A! tear him down. All residents shouldbe kind of goods can influence a friend the true authorship of "Handy goon confined to bed again. After LAUNCHES
claims to be French my DORIES
Jack Johnson a Andy. Dr. Patricus Mulligan discoursed
as partners, not opponents. In more than a stranger, so a country bat[ nothing seemed to do me any good
will not
? man now, which fact cause on the singular absence, of SKIFFS
all livelihoods the more business your newspaper standing on a footing of I I had gotten so weak I could not stand
international disturbances. redbugs this and Pat O'Reilly BUILT
any A. rival does the more you will do. Every friendship with its readers can talk season and I gave up in despair. '

't We. have- no doubt there will be business man who treats his customers to them about goods for sale or any in a conversazione, gave his reasons At last, my husband got me a bottled : TO ORDER.,:

enough lunatics in the next Florida honestly, courteously and fairly other topic and impress upon them for having to sleep in a ditch the Sat Cardui" the woman's tonic, and I commenced BOILERS 1I >''......,
urday night before. Prof. Tom Kelly AND/TANKS
will his share and more strongly than the big metropolitan -
legislature without Harry Floyd. and honestly get taking it From the very first k
sketch of the life of his friend MADE
!$I the more business that can be securedby newspaper, which is really a gave a dose, I could tell it was helping me. I TO
not know Captain Pat O'Hanratta, who had dug : f YOUR
If half the world does
united efforts, the better it will be stranger. can now walk two miles without its
V it is not because trenches in Cuba during the Spanish-
how the other half lives ORDER
t for alL When a town ceases to growit tiring me, and am doing my work.
don't to find out. THERE'S A REMEDY. American war. A number of darkieswere Competent Workmen
they try For
;/ begins to die, and the more people are an run down from womanly -
starts try to kill each other's business, the How many merchants who see their on the outskirts and amusedthe troubles, don't give up in despair. Try At All Tunes. ':, 11
Roosevelt has run business gradually slipping away party by the playing of a gamelin' Cardui,the woman's tonic. It bas helped .
\ the presidency too soon. He will give' more readily will utter ruin come to from them realize the underlyingcause which little cubical pieces of bone more than a million women, in its 50 MERRILL-STEVENS CO(
I all. Stand together for the advancement .
before the time comes. years of wonderful success, and should
: out proper of this condition of affairs? with marks on them were used. Tame
t .. $_ of every citizen. If a man shows surely help you, too. Your druggist has JACKSONVILLE
Of course there be a numberof "houn' and razorbackswere O
mediators may coons, dawgs" sold Cardui for He knows what
Huerta agrees with the ability to prosper do not pull him years.
reasons, but generally the principalone much in evidence.None of the it will do. Ask him. He will recom
that Caranza ought to quit fighting down through jealously or weigh him
is that the interest mend it. Begin taking Cardui today.
people are losing "byes" had to sleep in a ditch that
s t for a time and talk the matter over. down through cold indifference. '
: .e -0- because they never see 'themerchant's night-there was no occasion to go to Write to: Chattanooga Mcdldat: Co. Udtot FINEST WE
Advisory Dept. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for Special HAVE
advertisements in
When a girl marries she feels sorry WAKE UP, YOUNG MAN. print. Starke. Jiutructioni on your case and M-page book. Humelruuaeat

.' for the rest of the girls, but in about Say, young'man, there is one thing The business man who never adver- for Women."ml la plain wrapper. E66-8 :

yr', three months the rest of.the girls feel you can not do. You can not make a tises can hardly expect to successfully GROWS TOBACCO.Mr. ..... ;

I sorry, for her. success in life unless you work. Bet- compete with the one who makes J. E. J. Wainright of the Wa-: .

$ ter men than you have tried and fail- his advertising an important featureof teroak section, sent the Telegraph ten WHOLESALE STOREI
The out of job doesn't un-
man: a his business.
when he ed. You can't loaf around street corners sample leaves of the tobacco that he I
derstand the president says Advertising of the right kind will is growing experimentally this sea I
and saloons smoke cigars tell
V in business is only"psychologicaL" have opened a wholesale feed and V ;
t the depression foul stories, drink whiskey and spongeon always bring results, and the buying son. The ten leaves were all stripped
store south of retail store -V
somebody else, without making a public reads the advertisements of a from one stock, and, although the grocery my kfflStansville
: $ '
:. Itis, certainly A. B. C. mediation failure in life. You must learn a tradeor live paper as religiously as it does tobacco is still too green for cuttingand near the depot, and will carry at all

when one of the parties to the proceedings get into some honest business. If the news columns. curing, the leaves are about two times a full stock of hay, oats, corn,

I: hands in an ultimatum and you don't you will be a chronic loafer The readers of this paper want to feet long and about fifteen inches general feed, flour, salt, octagon soap, hid., July j

its all nothing know something of the wares the wide. We don't know the name The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co
insists upon acceptance. despised by producing lard, bacon, and chicken feed.I ,
$' simply making yourself a burden on merchants of this town have for sale. of the variety of this tobacco, GentleioJon: We would not

4. Roosevelt declares he will not be a your parents or the state. There is If YOUR ad. is, missing they will but it has large, thick leaves and resembles will .continue to do a retail busi- out your? Man-Power Spray

,., ',candidate for the governorship of no place in the world for loafers. The probably: turn to the OTHER fellow- what is called seed leaf in ness, but '1 will not advertise any re- more. It is the finest we law

V New York, but he also said he would ripe fruit is all at the top of the the man who GOES AFTER business, the North. Mr. Wainright boughthis tail prices, as I am going to sell to seen in this city at presto

z f not' be a candidate'for the presidency tree. You must climb to get it If and GETS IT. seed of the Hastings seed com- the retail trade. people that have seen your

in 1912. you wait for it to fall at your feet you AN EVIDENCE OF BRAINS. pany, of Atlanta, in order to see if 6124t. J. C. CARTER.4A0000000AACt000000. at our blace think very mlie _

The Progressives$ seem to think it will never get it. Smarter men will When a person reads his home paper tobacco will grow here and his experience and wed(pleased to see it work

is heir special mission to eliminate jump up and get all. Move. Do it is an evidence of brains. proves that it wilL If. so, that place. | ,, Your t1'UI7J

bosses from political parties. If their something; no matter how small. It When he reads the advertisementsin means another profitable industry for ] THEODORE BUC

: of will be: a starter. Help yourself and Bradford county. o ,BISCAY ,
own boss were eliminated little theparty his home paper, it is an evidence of PRODUCE to. ,: For Salk By
would.be left others will help you. There is no royal more brains. kViR.S.
$ road to success. grit endurance When he trades with the merchantswho :
.T J.Fred De'Berry says no man can ; these are requisites. Wake Six choice residence lots sold this FERNANDi
advertise in his home it
go to congress:: if he takes the'side up and see what you can do. paper week by us on 9th street near new .
is an evidence of greater brains. Spraying Machines and
L:: .. of the plail'people./ J. Fred should school building. Don't wait too long Solicits Consignments 0o
V I This is a community of brains. STARKF FLA.
hav?said that no man can go to congress and miss your opportunity.Since 0 a

unless the plain people take his .It is true that all men have not In Chicago one of the heads of a Swallow and Hopkins recently 0 of VegetablesCantaloupes : fs

been given the faculty to accumulate authorized sales of 20-acre tractswe
mail order house has confessed that
It I wealth, though they economize and ': and Melons :
he has an income of $1,320,000 a year, have sold two pieces out on Kings-
That medUtion conference at Niagara H. C. RICH

work hard. Neither all
ever so can .
and yet he is supposed to be at the ley road. 0 ,
Falls {s not doing any harm.It be physicians lawyers 0 ,.ABiscaylleProdilceCo..o
men great head of an institution which is working Now is your time to secure 20-acre i

does *terfere with the progress preachers or skilled mechanics, study, and selling goods for the benefitof lots fronting the hard road to Kingsley :
of the in Mexico and will not :
war think and labor as hard as the& may. General losafh
the poor man who has thought and lake, which road will soon be con
hasten or delay the final result of the But there'is of
a measure success, a been structed.
made to believe he has been op- 0

struggle., $ A, ,; modest home ,and comfort for every pressed by his local merchant. COMER L. PEEK & SON. .. .Oa900000 -..

The woman)who is engaged to one' man blessed with health, honesty, -<8>- e-26-lt.
economy and steady purpose. :If you A French scientist says the brain is I but 71
., a man and marries another ought,to re- BOOSTER ENVELOPES.The reprnon
look the not to the maintenance of
abput men
ceive: compensation from the jilted you among poor necessary A GUILTY CONSCIENCE, companies and will be const
notice that human life which conicides Starke Board of Trade has recommended ''
will of them opinion
you some are --7
-. man for the favor she has done him. I A man who was' afraid of thun- alert to promote later "
seldom out of work. When there is a with our observations, for we have the use of "Booster" en- your
It is worth to such der crawled into hollow
i something escape a log as a
: V V job :to.be done employers get them if seen people live with such small velopes by every business man and antee crarteoui treatmen to i
a woman.1! place of safety during a thunder-
they ealL Employers go after them, brains that it is not hard .to believe storm. The thunder rolled and therain public ,spirited citizen in Starke. The A well written policy by a,'

_An exchange V says Bill Taft has and. straight to them,.although pass- that they. could live with none. poured down in torrents, and envelope selected is a good white envelope agent fa; 'a first-class cordtimes

not forsaken the Republican party. ing fifty idle men on the wayidlemen 3> of commercial size. On the "
the old log began to swell till the mach in eart of 1 1H.
r Some of the wonder why up mash! _
No who papers front of.the envelope will be printedthe '
but the Republican party forsook are .never employed if other
; him two years: ago, at least enoughof help can be had. Republicans don't give Democrats poor fellow was wedged in so tight business card of the user. Under L 'RICHARD $St
credit' that he could not get out. All his .
c. : for.the. 900,000,000 bushel
it to defeat him. V i --!$- the, card will appear in two colorsthe
': i $ I Huerta continues to import arms wheat crop this year. It is not nec- past sins began passing before him. photograph'of a strawberry plant

.4 Sufficient unto the day is the news when legs are what he really needs. essary. The Democrats will simply Suddenly he remembered he hadn't bearing fruit and blossoms. On the ,.I. V
thereof. If there is nothing else stir. take the credit as the Republicans do renewed his subscription to the "Tele back'of the. envelope will be an attractive ) .

4'1 ling, Somebody will make an attemptof Deafr&ss Cannot Be Cured when they are in power. graph" and felt so small that he was advertisement setting forth CA51

the life of the Czar,the militantswill by local applications *.-(4)- able to crawl out"Aubrey R. Moore. the advantages Bradford r COfFINS,
as they cannot .Starke and ,
Moore of Full Ltasf
commit a new outrage or Roosevelt reach the diseased portion of the ear. Representative Pennsylvania And a ?
There Is only one way to cure deafneSS have county. Every one of these envelopes Undertaken' 5
says women cost more
will break out in a new place. and that Is by constitutional remedies. Al\'TED-Fifty pounds of big, mailed from Starke will boost
Deafness II caused than twice much the Panama
by an inflamed ondl. as as
The great Russian, scientist, Bach- don of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Canal in the past five Well clean rags at this office. Will pay and advertise this section. Decide Always on hand., Tba,.
Tuisjf "When this years. ,
tube is inflamed two cents a pound:: ,
metieff claims consumption can be you have a rumbun sound or Imperfect they are worth twice as much 'so ; how many you can use and give us vice at the lowest price
cured by freezing the body of the hearing Deafness: and when it Is entirely closed. your order. Unless 50,000 can be sold atteudon to Telegraph( ,
patient 1* the result and unless thetol there is no.reason to become excited
;which kills thc'eerms of the flammatlon can, be taken out and this about it the price will prohibitive and none -
disease, and then gradually reheatingthe bearing restored slit be to destroYed Its normal forever condition.nineiilc.ut No. 666 will be printed. Give us your order Registered Emt

? of ten are caused by Catarrh A northern asks "What --
body to restore life. If th\s're.. 'blch'ls paper is a now.
nothing but condff
an Inflamed ,
t\ don of the ?" It is little less than Thu b a prescription prepared especially
heating process fails to revive' the raucous surfaces. quart a a DeWITT C. JO!

patient, the heating procoss spoken of n-ireee1ngtv.ODe HaUHCaUrrliCureL sand Send foteuSEuilreSr Dollars for tar sue of* quart when you buy it in a bottle. for Five MALARIA or six dotes or will CHILLS break any& FEVER.cue, and Carts Iii Sorts, Otter lenedlts ,..'t Care Sucxsew to C.G.Lim

; in the Bible will make him sit up and I CIIENx7 a co.'l'oIeGo,Ohio -$- if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not The worst cases,no matter: of how long standing
V Aim high but don't aim straight up are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. Starke Ra.
,take notice. TWBaa17 .. ? turn. It acts on the liver better than
f1Uatorr.'O&.1 or you won't hit anything. Calomel and does sicken. 25c Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiL It relieves 1
not ripe or
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Mrs. B. W. Hodges was a visitor to Spend' the Fourth of July in Starke. ............................................NNN.N
Jacksonville last Friday. ,- -
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The Fourth of July this.year will bea Fourth of July.
Bits of LocalInformation memorable one for Starke. Mr. N. B. Hall made a business tripto Progressive BasioessFlrisIuStarke.Readers'of .i a

Largest stock.ot dry goods in townat Jacksonville Saturday. .

Stump's. the Telegraph will find it' to their '
.55 The Fourth of duly will be a red

Mrs. E. E. Burney, of Lawtey, vis- letter day for Starke. advantage to trade with the firms, represented -
Carartaii OmvBrocade ....,.. lta.daa.. ...
.,.,... .. .. c.or.... ited friends in Starke. Friday. Prof. L. A. Jett returned Saturday in this directory.MMMIMMMMMMMMM '

Mr. and Mrs. R. V. .Turner were from a tour of South Florida.
I visitors to Jacksonville Friday. .....................................................
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Starke is going'to -
.f] silk at Leviton's. $1.50 I put the Fourthin ..........................'
> Telegraph 5.5 per year. I High quality and low prices. The the Fourth of July, this year. .
tt.I" best in harware. DeWitt C. Jones. REAL .
Mr .J. C. Carter made a business A train of 34 cars loaded with watermelons S'S Mr. J. Hampton Jones, of Jackson- ESTATE. .FURNITURE. .. I Iw

! '$. .to Lawtey Wednesday. from points along the Judge J. T. Willis, of Gainesville, ville, spent the week-end in Starke. .......................... .MMMMMMMMMMMmFURNITURE
J Wannee branch of the Seaboard, pass-
I *. Mr. Bruce Davis visited friends in ed through Starke Wednesday morn- was in Starke early'in. the week. Come to Starke on the Fourth of .......... ............. ... ...

,' Tampa several .days. .last week. ing. Mr. Victoria Allen and family, of July and enjoy the festivities of that COMER L. PEES .. .. ..

Lawtey, visited Starke Saturday. gala day. .
American fence. If quality and not Gardiner had her a
Miss Hester as .55 Florida Real Estate Land and and almost anything else .
L quantity counts, you will buy American guest Tuesday Miss Lulu Brock, of Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Futch Mr. A. S. McMillan and little son, might want. you

I ( fence. Low prices. DeWitt Hendersonville, N. C., who has been Friday, June 19, a ten pound boy. of Hollister, are visiting relatives in Timber Expert ,. M
Jonw. C.I visiting in Gainesville. Miss Brock Starke. HULL'S DEPARTMENT .
5 i 33 years Experience at Starke. STORE. '
t! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis have gone...'left Wednesday for her home. Mr. John ,H. Powell, of Jacksonville Master Hollis Knight returned a -

to Bnsgley lake for the summer. j i Percales and ginghams 5.5 at Leviton's. visited Mr. L. C. Powell Sunday. home Saturday from a visit to friendsin 'W'" .... .. ..VT""
.p the .baseball. in Mrs. 'E. A. Groff, of Boardman, is Lake Butler. ....MMMMMMMMMMMNOTIONS. .......................... : :
Attend games is being made in .
Rapid progress .
visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sistrunk. J
Starke every Thursday. afternoon. the work on the new Starke school W. N. Sheats, state superintendentof ; a DENTISTS ;. .

k Don't wait for rain. Use our garden house. The roofer and the lathers and Mr. R. F. Nolan and family, of official public business instruction, was and in Starkeon NNN. .................... ..............,............. d .j t
the and the electricians are Middleburg in Starke Satur- Friday Satur-
z V..+e. ,QUIGLEY LUMBER & sup- plumbers were NO s44.NA (
PLY CO. busy and there is no doubt at present day. day. a .

S that the work will be completed ac- Fowler. Mr. J. J. Thomas. who has been Why is it that when you are G DR. U. G. fURNER 0 t.
Mrs. Lizzie of Brooker vis-
in need of Notions Ladies ,
Mrs. J. E. Robinson, of Starke, visited cording to contract. .
i ited her aunt, Mrs. A. Brockmyer, last assisting Express Agent A. P. Hoff- $ Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, G ..
relatives in. Williston. last week. Mrs. F. A. Moore and daughter, week. man for the past three months, left Novelties, Etc., you generally DENTIST j -:

Miss Thelma, of Jacksonville, returned Saturday for Madison, where he will go to Edwards Building"There's .
h Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hig- 1 home Wednesday after a visit ofI Messrs. II. L. and G. B. Crosby, of relieve the express agent for a time. $ STUMP'S "
I? ginbotham on Wednesday, June 17, a Brooker in Starke business A Reason." A Upstairs over Pest Office .
I three weeks with relatives in and were on . .
I Malcolm .
boy. i Monday. Mr. W. F. of Jacksonville, 'W' ..
around Starke. They were accom- representative of the Remington .......................... vv Vy.AAAA@N4A4NNN

Mr. Arthur Hicks, of Hampton, panied home by Miss Agnes Gardiner, Mr. L. D. Brown and family, of Typewriter Co., was in Starke Sat- .N..... NNNN.

|3 transacted business in Starke Mon who will remain there" until after the Hampton, were visitors to Starke on urday. Mr. Malcolm now covers his DRY GOODS. .
Fourth of July. PRLNTI_ GNNNN .
day. Monday territory in a Buick car and finds that .......................... I .
f By wainscoting your rooms with Porch screens and curtains for Rev. Daniel J.. Blocker, of DeLand in his line of business this mode of .... .N.N.NNNNN. '

Wallboard and finishing the walls in sleeping porches at J. F. Kickliter's. visited his mother, Mrs. A. Brockmyerlast travel is preferable to railroad ser p90A' 44...

:.t Plastico,' a beautiful and artistic 6122t. week. vice. J. W. MORGAN + f Z -
Headquarters for BRADFORD COUNTY
effect can be obtained. Quigley The peaceful slumber of Major 5.5 Mrs. R. L. Sparkman, and daughter, Ladies Ready-to-Wetr Goode, + TELEGRAPH -
Rev. and Mrs. Ernest House of
Lumber & Supply Co. disturbed *Iiss Alma, of Plant City, were the + Dry Goods, Notions, Etc.. COMMERCIAL PRINTING .
Hans Austin rudely on
was I
Maxville, are spending a few daysin *
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Mr. H. L. Mott, of Hilliard, was in Monday night by Elder Williams, who the city. guests of Mrs., C. M. Sparkman and H"'He.S .

Starke on business from Saturday to raised a hue and a cry when he dis- family this week. Her many friends
Miss Prescott returned to here will be pleased to learn that Miss .
1 Thursday. covered some miscreant in the Major'smelon Gladys --------
i .5. patch. The thief was frightened her home last week. She has been Alma is slowly recovering from the avail themselves of any service that + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +

Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jones took up away and left so unceremoniously visiting in Waldo. paralysis that has affected her for these pages can perform for them. + t ..

their residence at Kingsley lake on that he dropped two fine melons that .55 two years. + JUNE BARGAINS. +
Mrs. David Moore and children, of During the electrical storm which 3
Thursday. *. he had plucked from the vines. Waycross, Ga., are here for a visit of The board of county commissionerswill accompanied the torrential rain on hh f
555 hh A few South Bend.watches; in f
Embroideries at Leviton's. Have a sleeping porch this summer several weeks with relatives. meet as a board of equalizationon Thursday afternoon, lightning struck
17 15 and 7 jewel movementsin f
QUIGLET. the first Monday of July for the the house occupied by Mrs. Hilliard
Let I I
Mr. A. M. Darby and family mov- us quote you. Mr. B. B. Hopson contemplates the of the + 20 year cases, gold bows, ff
LUMBER & SUPPLYCO. purpose equalizing taxes of and her daughter, Miss Anna, doing
ed to Kingsley lake Thursday for the the QUIGLEY of fashionable ice at and ff
opening a cream 1914 and hearing complaints and receiving considerable damage to the front of $10.00, $15.00 $17.00.
summer. .. .. .. parlor in Starke in the near future. to the value of Perfect time-keep'ei-t! Also a. fa
.. ... ... ... testimony as the house and the roof and knockingoff '
iTh| : Prof. and Mrs. E. R. Poppell, of At a joint meeting of the county Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Prescott and any property, personal or real, as fixI I[ the top of a chimney. Two umbrellas large lot of W. w. W. guaranteed +

Baldwin, were visitors to Starke on board of public instruction and the family left for Lake Geneva Monday, ed by the county assessor of taxes.. 1 in the front room were burn- f rings, jeweled in genf
Starke school trustees last Friday t nine stones which' prill be ret +
, orders I ed and Mrs. Hilliard and Mrs. Chas. /
Tuesday. where to spend two
they expect for
I were given to the American weeks. While excavating the cesspool .Strickland, who were in the rear placed if lost frost settings. 1' <'

; Embroidery dresses at Stump's. Seating Company and the H. and W. 555 south of the new Starke school build- :room, were knocked over, but were f Also a nice line of silverware' +

I u B. Drew Company for desks, chairs, Bishop Edwin G. Weed, of Jackson- ing some colored laborers unearthedfive not injured. Lightning also struck a f at right prices at +
Alvarez moved
Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. rude board coffins
scats and folding chairs for the new ville, will pay his annual official visitto Thursday morn- small house on' the Langford place f .
: 'into the Kickliter cottage at Kings. All the evidence that remainedto
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Starke school building at a cost of St. Mark's Episcopal church on the and a house belonging to Mrs. Mag- f MINER'S.'
lake, Thursday. show that the coffins had ever con- +
approximately $3,300. first Sunday in July. gie Johns and occupied by Elder Williams + "
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Mr. G. M. Sistrunk has given his but did little damage. The
Shoes at Leviton's. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Prescott and cloth and a few wisps of human ,..
residence on east Call street a new .55 little son, Mark, who has been visit- hair. Old inhabitants say the presentsite wind took a part in the doings of the +++++****++.*++++++ ,.
dress of paint. A colored youth named elements and uprooted some trees + + .
Mrs. S. J. Prescott left of the school house used at
Mondayto was
S Hall broke his arm by falling off a and strewed the ground with broken + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *
'tJ< ,Glass towel bars at 40c and 50c at enjoy an outing on Lake Geneva. one time for a burial ground, but was + + ?
bicycle a few days ago. The boy was limbs in various parts of the city and .
it. LUMBER ,& SUPPLY CO. I I abandoned many years ago. +++++++++++++++++*+ -
re 5.5Lk I riding on the sidewalk and collided Mrs. E. T. King returned to her .55 caused some lumber at the new
A. M. Petit'ihouse
;,:I Paul, the young Son of Mr. and Mrs. with a pedestrian, who claimed to be home in Greenville, Wednesday. She Hot weather records for June were school building to turkey trot and I nine rooms and lath. E. M.

l I W. A. DuBose, broke his arm by a fall deaf and was not aware- of the ap- has been visiting her parents, Mr. and smashed in many parts of the United tango around the grounds. I Johns Starke., -

IJ ,one day last week. proach of the wheel until it struck Mrs. S. J. Prescott, for several days. States this week, and this section did ,

, *r ,j him. The stranger was not injured, 555 not escape the torrid wave. The LAND SALE.
'f tr Mr. J. B.Mills and Miss Carrie but refused to give his name or any Mr. W. E. Thomas has gone to Al-. mercury climbed up over the 100 markin WANTED-Six families to keep cool

:;1 Mills are recovering from an attack information about himself fearing bany, Ga., for six weeks, where he will Starke for several days in succes- Swallow &: Hopkins Land Now Offer this summer. Write for apartments.

1 of typhoid fever. perhaps that he might have to re- buy cantaloupes' for the Cancelmo sion and many families sought relief ed in 20 Acre Lots. Box 223, Daytona Beach, Fla. 652t

: Slippers of all kinds at Stump's.Mrs. main here longer than he wanted to commission company. from the heat in the cool retreats.of .

I" if any trouble ensued from the incident Mr. Business.Man please do not Kingsley lake. A drenching rain anda We are authorized by Swallow WANTED-Tobacco salesmen. Earn

Frank King and child, of Edgar forget to send in your order for hail stormThursday/ afternoon low- Hopkins to offer their lands east $100 monthly. Expenses. Experience

J''': Fla. are visiting her father Mr. For dry goods. Leviton. "Booster" envelopes at once. Ordersare ered the temperature several degreesand and north of Starke, in twenty and unnecessary. Advertise and

: L U. Morgan, near Starke. coming in and if you delay too now we expect to have normal I forty acre lots. This body of over take orders from merchants' 'for

The rain storm Thursday afternoon Florida weather again. two thousand acres has been held out smoking and chewing tobacco, cig-
long will get left. Send in
Mrs. W. H. Lowman and children,, you your
interrupted the game of baseball at .55 of the market for several years. The arettes, cigars, etc.,) Send a 2 cent
p of Waldo, were guests of Mrs. Frank Duncan Park between the Starke order NOW. .. At the last meeting of the boardof larger part of it is fine, claybottomtruck stamp for full part 1lus. Hemet

.4 t Colley a few days. *last* week. Grays and the Williston team at the The Woman's Missionary Society of trade a committee of twentyfiveladies farm land. Its location is"from Tobacco Co., Now Y-Jrk,N. Y. 510t

New goods of all kinds at Stump's., end of the third inning when the the Methodist church will meet with was appointed to look after the one to three miles from depot.

jl score was 0 to 0, and drove the players Mrs. R. A. Weeks at her home on details of the dinner program and the Price $22.50 to $25.00 per acre. FOR rWm
SAt.E-Eight dwelling
,Mrs. Z. H. Austin,'of Jacksonville,, into the grand stand, where they Walnut street Wednesday afternoon, entertainment of the city's guests on Terms: Not less than one-fourth cash, with all modern well
improvements -;
came to Starke Wednesday for a, and the spectators were more or less July 1, at 4 o'clock. All members the Fourth of July. A meeting of the balance in one and two years at 6 will
located. To interested parties
U week's visit with relatives. soaked by the rain. The Williston cordially invited. committee was held at the home of per cent interest.
cash ,
make rock bottom Ad-
the chairman Mrs. J. M. Alvarez, and
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boys remained over night in Starke This is If
,If have other your you dress Post Office Box 418, Live Oak, .
you any engage- Mr. Charles Larson who has been One
sub-committees appointed.
and the game will be played this af- were want to get the best selections, applyat '
U 'ments, cancel them and come over to I ternoon at 3 o'clock. visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Knightfor of the sub-commttees will call at ev- once to Florida. 6194t.
Starke on the Fourth of July. weeks left for Jacksonville
555 two ery home in Starke_next Monday and COMER L. PEEK &:SON,
Sixteen cases new goods just ar- where he will seek business FOR SALE-Nancy hail potato
I'' Let us screen you. QUIGLEY Monday, a I solicit basketfuls of eatables for the 6194t. Sole Agents.
i LUMBER SUPPLY CO. rived at Stump's. location. Mrs. Larson, who remainedin I Fourth of July dinner. These baskets draws, $1.25 per 1000. J. E.

: .Ii 5.5 Starke, will join him as soon as will be collected by wagons on the Jones, 1 mile south of Starke, R. F.
For some time Mr. L. V. Moore noticed Doesn't it hurt when a man ,flat D. 2. 6-lS-lt
I-} Miss Olive Ray left Tuesday for he gets settled. : morning of the Fourth. A number of r
,) ',Gainesville to spend Sunday'with his that his chickens and ducks were .55 boys have been appointed as pages to ters you in such a way as to make

j normal classes at the University of disappearing and at length he discov- N. Sternberg, of Starke, spent Sun- wait upon the tables and make them- you believe he means it and then asks FOR SALE-William* visible type-

.' :'J Florida during the summer term. ered that a large owl was making day in Gainesville with his parents, selves generally useful upon the you to loan him a dollar. writer No. 6, nearly new, or will '
; nightly raids his poultry coops. Mr. and Mrs. S. Sternberg, and
; Ii upon upon Fourth. Each page will wear a rib- exchange for good bi yc1e. Peter
-, ; Mr. Ray White came home from The owl always made his appearance his return to Starke was accompanied bon and a board of trade button as a Get our prices for printing and we Engle, Route 1, Starke; Fla. 6-26-2t

r a Gainesville to spend Sunday fith his after nightfall and all attempts to by his family, who had been herea badge of authority? and visitors may will get your orders. '

': 'parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White. shoot the robber owl proved abortive. week, or since the marriage of Miss '-. FOR SALE-The Cook place, on .
;i' SUMMER Have. house Finally he conceived the idea of trap- Kate Sternberg and :Mr., Ben Fein- Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe To Cure a Cold in One Day Kingsley lake, house furnished,

your ping the bird and placed a steel trapon berg on the 16th inst.GainesvilleSun. Old Standard central strengthening tonic fake LAXATIVE BKOMO Quinine. It stops the boat house, two boats and bath
i'' .screened. Jones', Hardware. the of tall that GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives outMalaria.enricbestbeblood.ndbuildsuptbesys Cough and Headache and work off the Cold.
top a pole was a .
' .M S Druggists refund money if it fails to cure house. F. A. Fisher,, 1907 River.
Mr., and Mrs. R. M. Fugate and favorite perch of the owl, and the put tem. A true tome. For adults and children. We E.. W. GROVE'S signatw. on each bo*. %5c:. side Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 6-5-4t ti
.J A hot box the Starke ice plant
owl in the the first
was caught trap
iLchi1dren of have been vis-
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out of commission temporarily
Fitingrelatives and friends here for a evening and proved to be of huge size.Woolsey's .
'. Saturday and an ice famine was :
few ARIIJIi IHII"I ffh'Ih' llllHu I A
days. -
; famous paints. No bet- threatened Sunday, but Mr. J. M. -

} it -..Mr. Herbert Woltz, of Jacksonville, ter made. QUIGLEY LUMBER &: Mitchell prevented that dire calamityby U

.iI:?; pent Sunday with his wife, who ,is SUPPLY CO. .5.Mr importing some ice from Gaines- 1 6Jhegood old times? There \\\K nw.ThcijYc hcreimil'There : ,
.l.-t the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Tru- ville and apportioning it among a .
W. H. Caldwell received pack-
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number of customers. Starke
t by at Kingsley lake. eager
... age, of fruit by parcel post Tuesday had its limeade and other cold drinksas ou arc Bath g more and pain g 1 for U iu effort and houD'-1I! '
All kinds of embroidery at Stump's. from his home at East Point, Ga., con- '
sisting of early June apples and Japanese usual and on Monday the local 'clfa" is guarded with mcrt prifitasu-J01.t indepettdantA it ms lh roJah.YDur
plant was running at its full capacity. rtghb are more a1Wlute than these ration Incc ancestor.
Mr. H. G. Brooks has built an ad- plums. The latter fruit is of any "
g t '.dition to his general merchandise something new in this section of the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and son, S 1 data deaakpcd afondnass for 41s. /Irtwf Kz1'mPlf.

;m store on North Walnut street and has country' They are large and red and C. A. Jr., of Starke, motored to are more cppcrtunilUft for men with ready money today than: =

s erected a hitching shed in the rear oft shaped 'like an apple. The flavor is Gainesville Saturday evening, accompanied cfcr tYJ0re. cadj! mcncwm # only with steady, pet tstent saranq'.Siam.your : '

,the building for the accomodation of peculiar and delicious and revived in by Benj. Townsend of Red Accctmt
I ready money in our::Bank today! if only Mn addfoc ;
the public \ the writer's,mind the memory of the Springs, N. C. They spent the night I

strawberry apples he used to eat when here with Mrs. Marks' parents, Mr.I I I .

he was a boy. Mr. Caldwell says the and Mrs. T. B. EllIs Sr., who joined

Mtlaria Chills & Fever boughs of his plum trees are bending them on a trip to Silver Springs on '

; with fruit, and that the red plums Sunday, and the party had a very $1 1.1

I' kr Prescription MALARIA No.or 668 CHILLS u prepared& especially FEVER. peeping out from the green foliageof pleasant time. Mr. Townsend has IIU1 .

!"'<; Fin Of tb doses will break any cue, and the tree forms. a.beautiful. sight. purchased property in this section JausTMure nrltt.
I } M lakes then u a tonic the Fever will not Gainesville Sun.Telegraph :
,tctura. It acts on the liver better than Get our prices for printing and. we .1 .

: .Calomel and does not tripe or Nckeo. 2Sc will get your orders. $1.50 per year. .. ,

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the following deseribtd property win fte old at public / .
_MtUn th* TBIBD BAT OF AUGUST. 114 I* tk.rsomneh ewttr ef Bradford. SU .f J'Ierida. I OWNED D. x4.41..1 Gad : Ii iY onu Deseripttea .f Land m., FS

thereof as will b* neeesaary to pay the amount do for taxes.herein act OPPQ te ..

,.. tile seas together. with cart ofsueh sate and advertising.Southern t i Ii: ii'.I 1
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"- i. H. Scarborough _. -Commencing at NE corner of -
lot 1 section 31 and run W 175 Unknown ._ .._: ..._?Lots 1 and J'of IIIock It Ia
thence 140 Worthington Sprinp'
yards yards
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III Ii thence E 175 yard thence N lob E.' Stephens ?Lot 1 and N 4 of Jot J of f.

OWNER DeIaI..... ef Lad e 140 yards to point of begin block 19 i. Worthington. SPrvt-_ 14.11 y
I M Wing$1 S 20 fi 8.13, Unknown ..J aeres'formerly owned by B.
::0.-."!; I aiL Unknown --- -Commencing at NE corner of M.' Legeret&.and Co.; and 'designated ;. "
I .t. ) ; fJIi j NW% of NEK and run W 188 \ on map u block It iD ,

feet, thence S 173 feet to a # Worthington Spring. .. ; Z2.U

point of beginning, thence E T. W. Russell 1 lot in NE corner of NE14 of :
,.. 68 feet, thence S to right of NE%. section 12. Township I.' '
I. Wu4 -AU' 8y of NW of SW.Ji way of G. S. and F. railway Range 19, being 61 feet Nand

W.r BBUwa1 W_% I7fq -_ I' 4 18 40 SUSI thence NW along said right of1I'a S by 100 fed E and W In .
---- to land of J. D. Worthington ..
4 Cobb. Sprinea -
'O. I... Croft ----NW of NEI4 ""'-_ 222 4 19 io 2.92J. thence N to point of beginning L. A. Duncan -Sy4 of lot 1 aDd Ny4 of lot a. I.U

Cron ...-- -----NW:: of NW% --- --- 20 29180 11.21 in Lake Butler .. 31 6 20 4.6Geo. and Jota 2. 11 and lY 6 6 20 120 'l.CI

M. -iL' Hunt ..- aDd 3 of Wyatt _, -Commencing 60 ft S from center Unknown .r...._ _...._ S>4 of lot I and all of lot 4...__ 'l 6 :0 120
I. P. Bapp ----:: of NE_ _, .N_ .. '20 %1 10 USI. of G. S. and F. railway Unknown ....... ._. _..N>4 of S>4 of Jot 10 'l IO 20 10.1 LU ;
% 4 'l.11 W. P. Summer ......_. of ,
'iii% 21 21 80 tracks on section line dividing NEy4 SWI4 15 I 20' 40
P. Sapp ....------_--- N 4 of NW% and W sections SI and 82 and run Mrs. S. M. persen ......_..N% of Iota 4, I and 6 __ 18 1).0 121 162 a.u
Unknown -E34 ; ofof NWI4 25 4 Yl0 E82t westerly parallel with railway P. S. Denmark NE y4 of NEy4 ZZ I 20 40
SE14 ------ -- 0,01'Unknown
W. : = J y4of o SWI4 .SEA 25 4 21940 :5.28Mrs. 135 1-6 feet to point of beginning .-- .._ _SE14 of SW44 Z3 6 :::0 to U8
C Barely ----- sa 40 1.02.VDbo. thence S 420 feet, thence SUUlltia
of .NEI4 ------ 4.1 SterricbN% of SWy4 and SW'4 of S .
Suva lputmaaBE. 1'29 40 .a.19 '- E 135 1-6 feet thence
97 S 210
WI4. lees 1 church
-BE of U -- ---=----- acre to _- 34 6 20 11.
.. IIItL of Nyi l NEI4 or Ny4 of feet, thence Wand parallel 1Irs. Olla Thede ...S4 of NWy4 of SEy4 and N4 : 1.10
Unknon --- N of IoU 1 and 2 ..------ SI 4.22 14 4.13 with said railway 309 feet,' of SWy4 of SE4 8 1S:1 60 -
1 I 18 20 333D thence N 304 feet, thence W J. Co Cason 7.n Y,
JL ...N of NW'h of NWT -- i.- I. : SEy4 of NE'4 ...__ 11 e 21 40 '
I.. Ward 1.41
t of 135 feet thence N 420 feet Rev. S. F. Wolfe
of SWI4 and SWy4 NWI4 of NEy4 of SWI4 __ 2
: M. GuMor .... .... G JZ 10 UI
g 739M.
II 51880 thence E with
parallel said railway J. B. lIeMlllan .NW% of SE14 W of railway __ 3 IS U 26
of NW% and N34 of S I u I. 403 S-& feet to point of E. E. Hinkle -E% of NW'4 of NWIM __ 10 n 10 4.Q
.. B. Ntttla
-- --cow% .. U I 18 120 1.61JI. beginning% acres 31 (20 5 8.83 Unknown -"E14 and E>ri of Nand 2.12
16 I 18 80 7.1iI. J. W. Townsend _NH of 35 6:0 80
_Ey4 of SEI4 SWK. 7.13 SWy of NW 10 6 2E 280
.JIarcIia Nettles -- WI4ofSWlandS131.3aof C. A Johns _..... -_ -SWK of NEK and NH of S _,'__ .L I. S. Dixon S% of NEI4 of NE% andSE IUt
: L -------- SWI4 of NW3 _ _.-- 11 I 18 9S 515J' H of SWK and NH of SWU _, -' I 't'J' of NWI4 of NE'4 and SEy4 '
... 11 Ii 18 to 1.8 of SEK and NW of SE .. 7J. I
L. JIarcIia .. -NE% of NE% -- K % e.irM li .u of NEI4 16 6 22 10
: -- ---- r t. 10.n
of and NEK of SWK 36 I'20 160 18.05 Gaines
J. I.. Swain -8191.9 urns of SEI4 NEy4 Jab W I acres of S4 of SWy4 of
and Eye of SWy and SEl4i. -- 11 I 18 25S 2U3 8.. H. Thompson .NEK of SWK of NWK andN SW4 18 C n

_N of NE% and NE'k of. N r."A'_ II ..... H of NWK of SEK of NWK__ 13 fi 21 48 9.10 I. B. Owens .... __.NW4 of NEy 1J I %.15
L. JIardIa. Wik 20 I 18120 10.12 Unknown .._..-.----_SEK of NWK .- 16 fi 21 40 2.92 Louis I. GloverAU of of 'U 40 UO 'r

1 '1'. B. Nettles _, -8'" of NEI4 and SE14 of N G. C. Sapp -SH of NWK of SEK and S E of Wy Starke NEy4 of NEy4
-- Ud Sandenoa
!7 W14 and E'h of SWy4 and S WK of SEK and Eye of Nye road

E14 20 5 18 S60 88.01 of SEK of SWK. ..______ 17 I 21 75 13.58II I. Co GriIIla Eleven 20 3221T 5.37
I 18 40 2.12 Jeff Fnrgenon of urea more or leas beginning ;
NW'4 of NWI4 ._-- .-.- ----- 21 Commencing at NW come
yg 22 I 180 ?..86A of and S 15 at NW corner of NW ,
HW of NE% SEK NWK! run ,
% ----------------- h of SW'4. ef section .
W. JIaMock W of "E14 and NW% and feet,, thence E 140 yards to a I E feet 21. and
run 420 thence S
to 8
: NEI4 of SWy4r 95 I 18 980 18.02W beginning, Uience S i
70ryards, thence E 140 yards, I :''D n IE J t ,' line of laid quarter section. i
H Nettles'......... ._NEt44 of iE14 25 I 18' 40 UIJI thence N 70 yards to the pointof s \.;. thence W 220 feet,, moN or lees 4 i
M V. Blaekwelder _SWI4 of NEI4 and SWY of beginning acres ___ 17 6 21 2 3.65 : to E aide of public road thence .: .
26 I 18160 U9D.
and EI of N
SE14 SEy4 along E aide of road to W {
w. B&IIfOCk -----------SEy4 of NEI4 ...._ ... .,- 26. I 18 40 2.42 W. M. HoUingsworth _NEK of tSEfitanSW run corner N 70 of line of laid section 21. thence
y OF NEy4 and SEy4 of N along laid
lob A. Douglas -.- RW14 yards to a point of beginning, section line to .
NWy4 and W% of NWI4 and '. N 70 point of beginning -1 8 22
-fF thence yards thence E : Ii
V" QW4 i lUt
and of S w
W% of SW'4 NEy4 __ Z'l I 18 360 24.80Q 70 yards thence S 70 yards Ellen srd Coaintha Davis.Wy4 of block 1. S of R Z. W '
and NW of SE',4
j thence W 70 yards to the pointof and EI4 of block 1. S of R ,
: I. Dollllul ---Syi of SEy4 l NE4 and NE 20 I 111 60 UI beginning ____.:._ 18 S 21 1 7.86 3 W of Temple sub division of .
34sebool SE '
C. I. Douglas ------- wof of W14 leas 1 sere to I D. Lennon ._Commencing 210 yards S of N Lows GU10n _NWy4 Commencing of NE at I4 NW---corner-of Z1 622 10 a.ol
W corner of NEK of SEK
of SW
and N I &eres
land owned
r 21 I 194 3.62 and run S 52 2-3 yards thence by Elmira Kills on
of SW'4 1
-- -- ----- ----- E side of
1 E 70 yards, thence N I 52 2-3 railway right of way : i YY
I. L Townsend ..: y4 of NEI4 and E"' of N and run easterly !
WI4 and SW4of NW/4 __ Z4 5 19 160 14.02 yards thence W 70 yards to a to laid at right angle ; ;

D. B. .ForsJUa _NW'4 of NWy4 except 10 A point of beginning 18 5 21 2 10.30 of section 21.railway thence to N E along line ,: f

in SW comer 24 I 19 10 2.63 I IC&We L.[ C. Smith -Commencing 210 feet N of SE laid sect on line to the road -

t+ Williams _SE% of SEI4 .except 10 urea corner of NWK of JfEVt and \ or Street known u Center "
ia SE corner 24 I 19 SO 7.71 run'N 210 feet, thence W 210 street in Temple' tub division

Uaha -Ely qf SWy4 of SW%, __ U, 5 19 20 8.3 feet, thence S 210 feet, thenceE thence W along aid street to, .: :. -

W. B. Nettles -NW'4 of SWy4 30 6"19 40 323Vekaown 210 feet to point of beginning railway right of way thence 8 t

_. ___Lot 12 __ .- .-- ---------- I I 20 80 1.1i in SE%, of NWK of N ., along aid right of way. to the :. .
]. C. Jens a Bros. __S'4 of SEy4 ---_ 11 I 20 80 8.80u EK 18,621 1 18.95 c: Doint of .
beginning in Et(
u_ "," -- .. g.. !l1i.. ..I Int 'J __ ____u____ 11i s 20.0 416j -
w. -- -- I. Co Jones & Bros. __Commeneing at NE corner of tvry4. except such Joti- or
:C.:'B-. ._-W1i-of SEy4 and Eye of SW .
NEV of of aeetion pieeea u have heretofore been
% ____.- ..:_.... .. 20 6 20 160 11,60Unkaowa SWa 18. deeded ,
SWy4 of NEI4 _._ ..... ---- 20 6 20 40 4.68Mn. and run S 3 elms and 3 feet, '. 216 :; 22 14 17.4
thence W along right of Co Co MeLean _____
Charlotte Coma __SWIM of SE'4 ----- 22 I 20 40 7.41J. way W4 of block 1. S of R 4. W ;
C. Joss a Bros.NWy4 of NE%, and Ny of S of A. Co L. railway U clms _.:..... in Temple' sub division __ 21 I :22 10
W% of NEy4 and NE'44 of N and 24 feet to a point of,beginning }.. Cox _Beginning at NW corner of 4.06
: thence N 210 feet 1,
; W4 of SWy4 of SWy4 of
W'4 and Sy of NWy4 lees 1IeC-
railway right of way .. ._ 24 1 20 1'15 23.61 -'. variation 3 degrees E. thence ...' lion 22 and run S 70 yards.
W 210 feet variation 32 degrees .. ."
Unknowa ______-,__Lot 29 of block 1 in F. N.Andre. .." 0 thence E 140 yards, thence N
E. thence S 210 feet
..' addition to Lake Butler to 10 yards. thence W" 140 yards.
rf; ......____ 2. G 20 1.33 said right of way thence Ealong to point of beginning.-Two. '
raid right of to
L L. CoDe' -Lot U of block 4 in F. N.Andre. point of beginniDg-l way in a E. U. Charbomlau _acres -- 22 6 2Z Z 1.40
acre W4 of "E14 of NEy4. .
.. addition to Lake Butter ex- }
29 I 20 1.33 NE}. of SW1/ ._ 18 I 21 1 9.92 cept N 6 acres and E 60 feet?_ Z2 I 22 13 -i'

Unknown ....__.--Nof lot I of bloek..1. in Rai- Unknown __SW of SW'4 of NEI4 'l.21
Ugoown ..___Lot 19 of block 4 in F. N. and of
ford 18 NEy4 NEy4 of SW
I 21 %
------- 3.53 ,
.4 Andrews addition to Lake Butter J. Co Jones It BI'08. __Commencing at NW corner of and SEI4 of NEI4 of SE'4 and
29 I 20 1.33
1 acre of land owned by Mrs.S. SEy4 of SEI4 of SEy4, of S _
L L. Cone .Lota U and 46 of block 6 in EI4! f
M. Morrell
and N 209
run 22 6 22 40
F. N. Andren addition to Lake Caesar Davis 21.71
,i 29e feet, thence E 418 feet, thence -Seven acres more or less in S _
Butler 5 20 1.61
S 418 feet, thence W 209 feet W corner of SEy4 of NW
__ 22 6 22 1 ,
o L L. Cone _Lot U of block 0 in F. N. Unknown 8.16 :
?-- --- -- thence N 'E'4
209 feet, thence W ---- __ 25 8 22 160
Andrews addition to Lake Butler A. V. Long 83.53 ,
2C9 feet to point of -------NE'4 of SE'4 _
t beginning 25 I 22
29 1 20 1.33 W" 20,11
., L. Newmana 0 SouSW
a iD SW cOmer of of %, of NWy4
Uakaowa .. _Lot I u__.___ 80 Ii 20 80 14.36 ; NEI4 NE Richard 21 6 22 40 10.U 4 -
Unknown. :_E ZO urns of the following de- %-3 urea -_ 18 5 21. 7.03 Reynolds Ir. --_Commencing at NE corner of

leribecl land: Sy4 of lot I, OJ I. F. Kersey _____-2 acres in NW corner of EV4 WH of NWK of SEK of N

and an of Jot 'l N of G. S. of NWy4 of NE;. W of ditch_.._ 19 I 21 2 2.15 EK and run thence W 100

and F railway 30 5 20 20 9.70 O. G. Van Zant _--WIfa of SWy4 of SWy4 __ 19 6 21 20 4.63 feet to a point of beginning

Dick Hewitt n__Lot 8 and N 25 feet of Jot 9 J. L. Whitten ---W' t of SW'4' ____ 20 I 21 80 8.80 thence W 100 feet, thence
of block I in Lake Butler _._ SO 1 20 14066L. T. B. Browning....rH'.NW'4 of SEU. except 1 acre S 309 feet, thence E 100 feet

A. Duncan Lots I and 10 except N 25 for church ____ 25 5 21 38 7.71 thence N 309 feet to point of

?feet of Jot 9 of block I in Lake ," UnknownS'4 1 522 320 22.71 Mrs. Jennie beginning -__________ 28 6 22 U.
Butler __ 'SO I' 20 23.31 Unknown 314 ----________.__._ 2 6 20320 22.71 Maude HolrmaD.Lota 1 and 3 of block 16 fa

t1Dkaown Commeneini' at NW corner Unknown _N'it of NEI4 .10 1.22 80 7.13 W. 11. Starke _____ 28 6 Z2 0,60
Z, Unknown Lot 10 In Woodlawn __ 10 6' 22 10 1.43 Bryan -Lots 3. 4 and 12 of block 14
to' Jot 11 of block I and run E ZO
Unknown Lot SI in Woodlawn _________ in Livingston Truby and Cos
rliBv I _, .. tm to a point of betrtnnlni' 11 Ii 22 10 J.29
,'. JH '; ", ,.:aa.lay? Uwnce S 50 feet, thence W 20 Unknown _____.__.___S of SW'. of NW14! and SE G. G. Seheller ____addition of to Starke ______ 28 6 22 IUS F
% block 34 in
I feet, thence S 65 feet, thence ;. of NW4 and Ny4 of S'y Livingston .
E 70 feet, thence N 43 feet of SWu of SWy4 and SEy4 of Truby and Co.1 sub divis on.

thence W 28 feet, thence N 12 .' SW H and S\V% of SE44 and Unknown NEL4 of NE4 28 6 22 10.97
...-. .... '. feet, thence W 22 feet to the W}:. of SEl!{ of SE4 and Sy __-Lots in 1. 2 and S of block 42.

..:i'I" eol '1IOint of beJtnniq, in Lake of J.E}{ -----__._________.____.__ 12 5 22 250 22.82 sub Livingston Trnby and Cos

Butler ..____-:--____-_ 30 5 20 4.55 Unknown __..____S of NW'. of NW14 and SNEy4 % .diviaion of NE'4 of NE
Miry A. leirle _OImmeneiq at the NE corner of NW -__..________ 13 6 22 10 6.60 W. L. Harne -Lots----------_____ 28 6 22 U2
of block I and nIB W 21 feet ]. W. Caldwell ____NE'4 of SW!. of NE}. ______ 13 b 22 10 2.64 Davis 4 and 5 of' block 1, in .

to a point of beginning. thence CW. Parker _________.NS4 of lot 20 in WoodlawD __u_ 14 Ii 22 5 3.23 aDd Trub addition to f
Starke .
4-. __ .: S 55 feet, thence W 20 feeL Unknown ________Lots 39. 40, 41 and 42 in Wood. W. M. 28 6 22 n.n

thence N 65 feet, thence E 20 lawn -_---_____ --- 13 Ii 22 40 4.09 Murdaugh ._ n. -Lots 1. 2, 6. 7. and 10 of

feet to the point of beginning, C. H. severe _____w.-Lola 19. 20. 29 and 30 in block 2. in Davis and Trub '.

in Lake Butler ____ SO 5' 20 4.03 Woodlawn ------ __ 15 b1 22 40 3.53 W. L. Horne addition: to Starke ___ 28 6 2Z 50.66
Kra, Hattie McDonaldS of Iota 16 and 11 of block Dr. Cea H. Payne __Lot 21 in Woodlawn __.__ 16 622 10 1.15 ----Lota 11. 12, 13. and 14 of

I. 1n Lake Butler --___ 30 5 20 23.01L. Carl Carbon ______Lota 43 and U In Woodlawn___ 16 .5 22 20 block Z. in Davis and Truby s x;

A. Duncan .... .-.-.nLota 19. 20 and 21 of block 6, S. G. Potter _________Lota 10 and 23 in Woodlawn -__ 16 622 20 1.85 1.85 B. s. I. Simma additioQ ands 7rof __ 28 6 ZZ 17 69Temple'a
k in Lake Butler -- 30 5 20 29.97 Unknown .. ____Lots 26. 35. 36, 45. 46. 1i2. 56, ---Lota 6 block 16 in
Turpentine Co. Commencing at SW corner of 56, 5i. 58. 60, 61. in Wood- Dr. E. T. CampbellBlock addition to Starke ___ 28 6 22 13.118
block 7 and run N 80 feet to 4 lawn __ 1 in I. G. Alvarell'a ad-
e ---- 16 5 22

a 60 point feet of thence beginning N 25 thence feet E Louia B. GalliaoD ____.___Lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 13. U. 15. 16. 120 11.07 Mrs. B. B. Hop&oD -----Lots dition 5.to 6 Starke 7. and.-_8 of block__ 28 6 22 3.01 n,

7' thence W 60 feet thence S 25 17. 18. 19, 20, 29. 30,' 31. 12. 4. In J. G Ah-aru' addition to

'. in Woodlawn _.________ 17 .
feet to the of 5 22 160 14.96 Starke ___
point beginning, -- 28
Unknown .. ___Lot 64 in Woodlawn J. A. I 2% 403&
-- ------ __ 17 WainrightMBeginn'ng
6 22 10 at NW
in Lake Butler ._ 30 5 0 20 6.43 G. u 1.29 COrner of S
r. Johns S'y of lots 22 and
-------- 23 and all Wy4 of SWI4 of
+ I.. A. .Duncan _Block 14 except W 77 1-3 feet, Iota 26 aDd 21 in Woodlawn_____ 18 5 22 30 9.10 and run E 484 feet section,, thence 28.S
in Lake Butler ____ __
30 5 20 56.40 A. McCan -----__ 2'1 In East'Lawtey __ 418 feet
Mr Battle B. McDonald _...All lot 45 of block 17 and all .' J. B. Bo kin ------Lot 36 in East Lawtey--- __ 1.85 1:1i: thence N, 418 feet W 484 feet. .
to point of '
lot 46 of block 18 N of A. C. g2'
G. T. PearceLots iii, 52, 1i3. 54, 55, and 56 beginning
L. Railway in Lake Butler___ 30 5 20 2.45 in East Lav."te _____ Mrs. J. S. 28 4i I 18.49 '
j. K. loft __._-._Commencing at SE corner of Co Parker -----.-?Lot 69 in East Lawtey 17.45 1:1i: Wynn ---_Three acres in SW corner of '
said Byrd.and Verner lot and Will. Williams -Lot 4 in Otis sub division- of '.' NWy4 of SWy4. lese 2 Iota in '
run W 65 feet to n point of beginning ..- Stark ;
East __ _. ,__
Lawte 28'
6 22
i' '' 2.15 L. M. Little 2 1.13
: thence N to right of CommeneillB a' NW of
n ChaI. Parker, _______Lot comer I I
6 In Otis
I --- sub division of Madison and
1 I... way of G. 8. and F. railway '. Myrtle streets I
thence W along laid right of Eat Lawtc __ __ !.I5 and run W along Madison ; t
.i David K. Smith -------..Lot 7 In Otis sub division of street Z10 feet
way to a point 55 feet E of W .. thence N 334 ;
nr ....... East Lav.1ey ___ feet, thence
J' I line of laid lot thence S to.S 2.15 E 210 feet to ;
i.;" line of said lot.; thence E 210 1. N. S. Williams -_.Lot 10 in Otis sub division of Myrtle street, thence S along ; .
I i i h t'I.r j I.- feet to the point of betrinnlnr. I East Lawtey -------________ 2.15 laid street 834 feet to point ,
4 except 1 lot in NW comer 40 ( i Matte A. Wooden ---NE% of NE'4 of NE'4 ___ U b 22 10 3.2S of beginning In Gukina' ad- : 1

'w feet E and W by 80 N and 8 .j c.. :. *it :..: C. H. Churchill ----------NW'4 of NE1. of NEy4 _.__ 24 5 22 10 3.23 dition to Starke -- ._ 29
and 1 lot in SW corner 50 feet G. H. Fuller -. ___SWy4 of SEI4 of NE'4 ____ 25 5 22 10 3.23 L. M. Little ---Commencini' at SW corner of I U'Z. 1.1.

11 ; ;t' EsndWby150fatNandSIce Co B. Cannon -_SWy4 of NEl4 of SEy4 ______ 25 5 22 10 1.85 Madison and Myrtle streets i

l J. same .. .._-.---.. h_ 30 S 20 11.61 Unknown -' _N'n of NEI4 of SWI4 of SE4__ 25 4 22 I 1.85 and run S along Myrtle street ;.;
% UnknownSW of SW'4 of NW4 ___ 25 105 feet, thence
6 22 10 1.85 W at right
J. H. Scarborougk Ml loU 6. 8. 7. 8. and 9 of t r
-*- Phillip MeCann N4 of SW'4 of SE% of NEy4__ 26 4 22 10 1.85 angles to laid street 105 feet, >,
L block S in McKinneys addition lira. Anna Krew&er -_W 20 fEet of Ng 01 NW of thence S parallel .
y4 with
to Lake Butler ...__ .. .. laid t
80 I 20
21.93 '. ..... !
Unkiowa ?Lot 11 of block I ia McKinneysa :-0.---. NWI4 .. __ 26 6 22 %.1$ street 101 feet, thence W at .; ,

addition to Late Butler __ SO I 20 7.71 lere E. Bohannon -------SE14 of NW'4 of SE'4 ____ 2'1 b 22 10 6.02 e right angles to laid street 105 ;
Y AWtrmaa I Townsend __LotI ZOo 21, 2Z. n Unknown -_- _Lot 25 in Woodlawn __ 10 6 ZZ 10 1.29 feet, thence N 210 feet' to > f '
1 in IIcKUaaQ. addition Ito Unknown ...... _Lots Z6 and Z1 in Woodlawn ___ 10 6 ZZ 10 4.63 Madison .treet, thence E along .i

Lake Butler __ 30 I 20 6.62 Unknown '" -_-_Lot I in Woodlawn ____:____ 12 6 22 JO 1.29 Madison street 210 fed to the 0 ,
Lake Butler o Ice Ca _._ %I of blllck 1 in W. 1. Kllteer -.----NEy4 of NWy4 of NEI4 of sw point of begins rag In Gu- : i '

$ -y Kinney addition to Late .... ,....- ....._ % and NW'4 of NEy4 of NE kin' addition to Starke ------ 29 622 :

yr Butler.. _____ SO I 20 14.96 i.1' j I l'' .. y of SW's and E4 of SWy4 Mrs. I. R. Alvares -----OImmeneiq at S line 'of FulIcr 1.71
'q "" !" of SEJ"i of NW _.. __ land and ran 8 .,Ii feet ;
% 35 5 22 15 6.92
Hedge Eltate' _Lou U. 41. 43. and 44 of block '
J. W.
Ju. B. Broob .. ._ thence W 420 feet, thence N
--- -- WI4 of NW'4 of NWy4 _______ 2 I 18 ZO 2.92
I Ia addition luck
t-/ JleKiuep to
V .; J. N. Doug -----------i a',1i fed to Fuller land,
a .-SE14 of NW1,4 ___ 2 I 18 40 6.62
Lake IMler SO, I 20' 12.18 Ju. B. Brooks ---EI.; of NEI4 of NE% _________ S 0 18 20 4.16 thence E to point of betiD.
I. J. I... __ _Lot 11 of block 4 la McKIn- ping: also ODe lot 110 feet N
K W. F. Bedreman _W4 of SW'4 of SEA ___ 1 6 18 20 1.23
Wen additioa to Lau Butle.. __ 30
Ii 20 2.15 Doris BrIn ______.______NW% of __ and S by Z10 feet E and W.
NWy4 11 I. 18 40 6.39
LOtI and of
-. Uakaewa .____ a 4 block 6 inMcKianeys bounded N by Wm Lake 8 by
B. W. Williams _____WI( of NE4 of NEI4 and N adbaaiuba. :
addition to Lake ..-i.. MalT lane Green and E bSandenon
W,4 of aDd of
Butler .. NEy4 Nyy rSW
SO I 30
n. 3.83 lane aU in Sy of .
I. I. Jean _--...-- ?Iota 18. 11 and 11 of block I % of NE's -______ 17 I 18 80 8.45 SWy4 of NW3 II Starke

.. ia IIcKiaaep addition to Lake Will. Perry ___._______-S% of NEI4 ____ ____ 18 6 18 80 7.85 --- Z8 f 22'0 4 10.07

Butler' __. '30 I 20 5.23 Buck WilllamI --------------SEt4 of NW' __ 18 6 18 40 4.16 UnknownCommencinng t 0 feet S fMyrtle ..

A. S. Delle ._ -------.Iota 10 and 11 ef block 11 laMcKlnniys W. F. Hedgeman _______..NEIL of NW}' _______ 18 6 18 40 6.39 Madison and ,

addition to Lake GUI Hunt _____Et: of W'4 of NE44 _______ Z6 S 18 40 4.16 streets on West aide of
Batter ._ SO I T. J. Alderman _HW'4 of NWy4 ZI Myrtle street and nIB S along
20 5.23 ----- -- 6 18 40' .
: .ad
Intllen Zyypotia. Co. .--B1a a 1. Z. 4. I ad E4 o' Unknown _______.___SW'4 of SW44 10 5 11 40 42 street' 210 feet thence W
210 feEt
block ala...I.. Nsw.oi .... Krs. Mary L. JohlllOn __.NWy4 of SE'4 ---.--------__ ZI 6 19 40 123 thence N 210 Ieet.
3.94 thence E 210 feet '
dillon to Lake Butler ---__ 10 I 20 14.91 John Hill _--1 acre in SE corner of NE, to point of1Ieainail1&

Unknswn .--.. ..Bloc" 1 aDd lia D. E. xm.hta of SW} --- -------- 28 I 11 1 in Gukia' addition >

addition to Lake Butle.-__ 10 Ii ZO 4.IS N. I. Parriab ________.-6 urea in SE corner of NE14 MS I -Commencing ----- 28 622 /i1W
J. L & ...... __N o additionand J la sP. W of Railway, being 4 acmes Unknown Z10 fat W of S
of Madison .
0d0aIa Lake E aDd W by 114 &era N and corner and ?
IeP lint Streets aDd nIB W 210
11 I 20i 8.82 South ------ 29 C 19 I feet to Weatmoreland Strut.
J. J. Jew _m nLot 0 ia T. E. Deckles.bt additJoa I. W. Hatcher ________--Lota I and 7 of block S i. 2.75 thence 8 along laid street 420 nx
to Lak.Bntler ._ S1 I ZO
I. J. Joan .-- .._Lot 8 in T. Deeklta bt ad- 9.10 Worthington. Springs ------" %3.01 fat, therce E 210 feet, thence

_ a ditioa to LAb Butler .. ..._ 31 Ii 20 UnkllCl1l'nFractlonal.: block 4 la Worthington N 420 feet to point of beginS -
7.71 Springs --- 2.15 ping and designated u ClaP"
3oas Lot
J. ia E.
S. 11 T. Deeklea
-or--- -- lit addition -
Unknown ________ -Fracfonal
.to Lake Butler block 9, except Iota t Two A Jot in Gukin' ad-

i, Co A ...sbkn He---.._tot 11 in T. E. Deekls I.t ad-n 11 I 20 3.53 'I and 8 in Worthington dition to Starke -- .;. It I U UI
ditto to Late Butler ----- ..: %.45 Unknown __a% acres in 8E4 of 'endI
11 Ii 20 Lotaa 1 of -
2.15 1. W. Hatcbe ______ and 2 block 10 in
t J. W. Townsend ___..81,1 of Jot :1 in T.. E. Deckles .' -- acre In NE% of SE14. being
Worthingaon Springs
let addition Lake ------ 11.88 known u the "Blitch
te Butler
II I 20 :
I. I. S_ ._ -._Lot ZZ in T. E. DeekIII lit addition 4.09 I. W. Hateber _Lot, 1 of block 11 in Worth- PIaee". in Stoke 21' 22 J
to Lake Butler __ i t ton brriass -------- 2.15 I. A. .Watariaht _____Part of the six acre lot comb 11.27 .m
31 i 20 4.93 J. W. Hatcher _______lota,1. 2. S. and 4 of block -
L A. Daae$. _Lot U ia To' E. let meDdq at the NE corner of IS
dltioa to Lake Butler 11 1.20 12 in Worthington Springs --- 3.53 land formerly owned by T. W. f

F. P. 0dDa _... -__ _...._CoIIImeBeI.. at tile NE corner 1.41 Unknown ___________.___._Lot 2 or block IS in Worthington Sweat, and run E to East line
) of lot 1 aDd nIB S 'ZO feet to Spr nK' J. 1.17 of section 29. thence S on ace-

i a point of beginning. thence Ceo. P. Maurice ____.__.Lota 1 and 2 of block U in : lion line 220 yards,0 thence W
t W 101 feet thence S 'l0 leek Worthington Springs ______ 4. 2.15 to BE lOner ef land fol'l1erl7. -

thence E 101 fat thence N 70 C. H Campbell .___....Lot 'I of block li in Worthington owned by laid S"eat 'thence G z,
feet to the point of begin&g! Springs __ N to starting point. in E4 of :
--- 6.02
'i: i. T. E. Deckles Znd addition to 31rs. H. B. Lamb ____Fractional block 11 in Worth-. SE __ 21 I Yi! 4 812
't ; Lake Butler ---___. 11 Ii ZO IqtoD Springs __. \0 Wm. Edwards Eatate _SW1.f of SWy4_ andNEt4 of
5.53 ----- U1 .
Vl1kno.y., .. Lot i i. T. E. Deeklell 2nd addition 1Irs. H. B. Lamb ___ Lots 1 and f of block 17 In 8W34 nm 11 6\ 4 80 t.O M.Uaknowa .

to Lake Butler 31 i 20 %.15 Worthington Springs "- 3.53 ....._... ....Wy4 of NW% of BE".'except
---- -
ri' B.'Tarn.. .. ...
1. loOt 0.
1aa railway right of 1' Co Doua-Iasa __.Lota I and 4 of block 1. in two acts in SW corner az I U:
'l .1 way In T. E. Deckles 2nd addition Worthington Spring ____ '0 10.49 I I I CIIu. EUel'lOa .., ... 4 Lul' d a... 4O. 01. olo.a-I fa i8i 4.K ?;

r Hattie 'WUlIuu .AU to Lake Butler... 11 I 20 4.54 Miss Olre Hsgea ._. ._.._-Lot 1 If block 23 ID Worth- : ,; LlDeoin'CIt, -.._ .,._ az C z: '
lot N of 2,01
no 11 railway in T. triton Springs .lAM Oark ... 4 and 1 of block
1 in
> Llfi
i E. Deckles 2nd additioa to Lake -. J ::; ,. Lata.. ('It. :,
Butler -_...._--- -.- Unkmwa u __ _Loll 1 amt 4 of bioek'31 inWorthington'Springs ..' -. .' :- 0 ---' -to '0 z; USI r
___ : .. ,.: 112

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OIL UPON' THE WATERS. NOTICE OF TAX SALE Continued From Page 6.) -- so '. : : -H

Tt jti :;lOHOM OF THE SEA. : ;

Its Action In Calming the Billows of a '

*i'l;ate' K Falta Out. if It Ever Dear Stormy Sea. 11' NB 4

; 'Gotdby Old World. OWNER Ikeripti.a .1 Land r4 .' a *
11\i\ : Literally an well'as fignratively. to I :J ..

H'VwBMr# ;**' bottom of theses Rife pour oil ui'ou the troubled waters L* t A:.,, :. '-' as to -. = -. ". ... t-

11'wiy\. from tome tutare''ok..Die disturb to calm them to a decree.: This ban OWNER '- \ Deacrtptiw .f'Lui' N a ] .c. !. ..,.

4'I I ware the whole earth will w.t.'ODJlums been known from time immemorial E :I Y e.. ...g; "

t to flam1Jnrt al other ****!* ever) although lb scientific explanation is .i I. I E. B. Dee -NE'4 and E% of NW44 and -

!tom ore being consumed according tot not any tuo familiar wen at tbe present 4't 3 II SW'4 of NW- 11 'l '22 ISO 116.39 '
L. M. Little NE of
% NEYs .
( 11 7 Z% C. US'L.
Unlba. the Prvuch scientist.j .
I Louis n b The of the'phenome .
day secret ]I. of :
LittleNE1,4 SE'4 _
Katherine Rateli _..... .-_Lot 8 of block C in Lincoln 1'1 'l'22 40 US
j disturbance lead this _
!Decent.volcanic non lies In'tile fact that oil b extremely Mary Rummage SE'4 of SE'4 IT 'I 22.0 U. F
C't7 32 622 1.$1 CorneUUI Young ...,,..SW'k of SE'4' n' '
that ucb time I 'l 22 40 -s
believe US
{ to a Willie J'1IrDe11 Lot 0 of block I in LlDcoID.
arieatlat vlsfous-that Is to say it is of a Unknown __ _That portion 01 N)4 of NW'4

. !loot far, dJltiDt. Tbe eartb'a crust b'very ropy eousistetuystk-ky and adhesive King Chandler City Three ecru in SW corner fSw4 32e S Ul W of railway ......._._._._...., 1'1 'I 22 11 1.11

thin at the bottom of the sea be and van be spread out into a very thin of.NW'4W of. railway__ 33 12 I LOI Unknown W ODe of Jot SE commencing corner of section'l0 yards: 19 t

:..r-s. and-be adds that tbe floor on but comparatively strong sheet C. P. Chud1er Commencing'of at NE of section corner of and run N 70 yards thence
t ire'atand U more frail than we SW'4 SW44 113, W 10 :yards tkenee S 70 :yards
In 1 InbrloatJa for instance.It and South Ul
YbJcb i I ; a bearing, nm chains thence E 10 :yards to point of
/are led to believe. forms a teuuous film between the thence W 15 detrreee north to beginning in Hampton 19 7 22 ';' 2.81
N said of
line of "
.t f Babourdin imagines a disaster soL SW'4 SW'4, Unknown .All NEU of SWU N of railroad .' '
. IJL metals and sO protects them from the thence E to place of bePmiiiir .'
------- 19 'JZ 38
West u to Involve the whole earth. If wear of direct contact with each other. I S-lo -i U. 2Z % US Unknown -..-_ -Lot 14 of block 14 in Hamp f' 193
Fannie Stewart --Lot 2 block Y in
i such In'eYent should occur he thinks Oil Is lighter than water and when sub division of J. M. ton ...,._ 18 7 22 "9.10
world its t 1JIoEhn NE'4 fB A. A. McDonaldLots S, 6. 1, 8, and 9 of block '
',* that from a distant appear- poured upon it remains upon tbe sur.I ." U 6 2% 1 1.11 14 and tots 10, ll/Smd 12 of i .
would exactly paral- C. Scarborough _........ Lota I, Y. 3, and 4 of bloet I ,t '1'\. \ block 16 in i
aDd Hampton
ggce progress face. As the surface tension of wateris in J. M. Jolma' sub division of 19 .7 22 %1.1% '
h Cornelius Young -N% of NEU and SWU of N ,
< ,U what we ourselves nee in the case stronger than that of oil the oil is NE'4 of NE'4 33 I 4 US EU and Sft of NEU of NW ..
: ."novae." or distant stars that L. Eo Lee ............ ....24 acres commencing at NW ". line less '
let I the immediately drawn out over the Water corner of NE'4 of NE'4 and : 4 two acres in SE cor

: blUe out in.the bearens from time to In a very thin body, forming a sort pun E 921 feet, thence S 1092 Jaa. Price (col) _.ner W six acres of Sft of Swy1-___ 20' 7 .22 1JS' .t' IUS ;
feet thence W 921 feet, thence
toe. of blanket which presents a considerable of SEU 20 1 tZ f- 1.13
N 1092 feet, to point of beginning CorneUIII Young N-of NW'4 _.._._._._...,,._
Babonrdin says: "Suppose that 21 'l 22 80 t. ..0:: '
; resistance to tbe motions of the in NE' of NE'4 __ u 6 22 24 11.60 J. V.Calvin. Jones __Lot 1 of block 15 in Samp. .
flUowiDI upon an extraordinary twist- element beneath. Tbe water waves John W. Jackson -N of S44 of NW4f of NE ton 30 '1 ss 7.n
% ------------_ Ii 6 Z2 10 US Hunes. Lot 5 of W of ,
movement due to retreat of the % NWU __ 31 7 22 16
Imm till roll almost as blah-as before, but K. L. Gritlia NEV of SE4, except 6 acres E. J. McRae _._.._..._ Beginning at SE corner of N L85I.
astral mass a large mass of the sea they are unable to break into ripples. square in SE corner U 12 S5 1I.U EU of SEU of section 84 I.-{
S. A. Carter SJ t of SW4 of SEy4 U 6 22 20 10.25 & :
should give and. ,falling and ran N 210 yards thence
.bottom way :
so that the stormy sea, when oil cov Chu. S. Swain of
NE44 NE44 : 15 6 22 40 20.n W 140 :yards thence S 210 sT"Q' 2. :"'. ?
.I'ndiknly should let in the mass of tbewean's L. M. Little !;W14 of SE% .' r .., I & jRLc'. !A
ered. presents a surface of huge undo 15 6 22 40 20.08Wm "r yards, thence E 140 :yards, to Y J t
waters tbe incandescent Tison NES44o of 36 6 2Z 40 19.48 point of e.:1
J : upon atlons. but smooth ones. NEand beginning acres __ 34 7 22 I: 179
L. ,
M. Little f NE E4 of NEy
Mrs. Lowe .-All _
J. E.
1 ::
would be ItO'4Z.'i0
ilaterlor matter Tbe water "" '
I! Ships are able to ride such waves of NW1A ---- ftfl 1I2 100 AII.R N. P. CawthanNE,4 of NWU .2 8 22 SO k
r'Seowpoevd by the heat the hydrogen with comparative ease. It is the waves J. A. Coleman __- ___NW% of NW3 '_ 36 6 22 40 2U3 N. P. Cawthan .-SEU of NW'4. and W yy of 1.21

: Vnmld burn. and it would burn more as N. G. Hayes' _NE44 of 1\'E14 and an of NW NW4 and SW44 3 8 2: 230
!, that break that present the real dan- 14 of NE44 E of branch 2 1 19 60 9.10 trnmown, _. .._....+-SEI:. of NE% and WK of N : 2L6J20J3 r
'i It.bad access to more oxygen. The ger to the mariner-Boston Herald. Ceo. Keene _E'4 of NW14 and aU of NW E4 and SE14 3 822. 280-I I
'wmflarration would thus gain gradual- 14 of NE44 W of branch 2 'I' 19100 10,49 Meirase Manfl' Co. _-W4 of NWU and NWU of
i E. J. Shaw _W44 of NEB of NE44 and.N -- SW'4 and E4 of SEU of : ,
t tylj.ni fort!. accompanied by electric W% df NE % 12 1 19 60 LosT SW% I 8 22,140' 10.79 '
phenomena.. and the greater part of OUTER SPACE. K. Thaw .X44 ofi\E34 and SEof N N. P. Cawthan ..........._-w% of NEt of NEya I 8 24 :0. 1.85 i

W14 : 12 1 19 120 9.10 Unknown Et,2 of NEU of NW44 and 1. .'
earth's crust probably -
the[ Unknown -E4 of NE44 of NE44 1; 1 19 YO 1.85 E% of E% of SWU .___ 8 8 Z1; 69 4.4J
How Far It Is From -- r _
displaced.! ,The earth passing through Showing. Being G. F. Marl Uie _W4 of 'E'4 and E4 of NW B. A. Coachman, Agent .NWU of .. ;r<
critical epoch and returning for the Empty of Matter 44 and SWU4 of NW'4 13 or 19 200 11.15C. SWU SW44annWand i "
I F. MarkUlie _SEI4 of NE44 40 or.I' N44,
It or 19 except E% of NEB of
: tine being to its formative period "When we speak| of outer Biwce. the Isaac WilliamsNW44 2 or 20160 11.58 NEU e 8 22 110 36.83 I ,.:}.:

nald again be nothing but a globe of spice bftwevu star and star as being; Southern Naval Stores CoAIl_ ---- S or 20 140 3.81 Unknown -S of NE'4 of NEU, YO 12 a:2 89 2.54 .
Unknown E44 of SW44 and SWti of SE44 Unknown -Nif1, of NE44 _
13 822 60 12.79 r
of it is rather Interestlug
lie. waity matter 4 1 20 120 1.43 E. H. Hilrer: .-Two acres in NW corner of '
worlds to see exactly what we mean L. W. Crosby _,-Lots 1 and 2 -- .14.11 swuSWU of Nw3j
'( Tor the faroff that swing says -. 1 ... or .20160 13 8 22 2 1.21 ,
E. J. Shaw .-N34 of lot 1 and S39 of lot rli N. P. Cawtlan and NWU of SE _
15 a 2200
writer. \Ve know tram observations .. 12.79
sidereal this would be the a --- 3t
i to space phenomenon except two acres in SE corner Unknown & of SOP of NE and : t f

,) of a new .star that blazes out on the phueU that light in its passage| of -- 1 '1 20 18 U9 of -_ 17 an. 10 4.41 I, _
J. M. Shaw, Jr. -s4! St,2 of lot 9 and S44 Duncan MiteheUNE i iWU of NE4{ .
S 22 an :40:
"ajl! tt once Increases In brilliancy as If across spats to our earth, suffers haldI of lot 10 less N twelve acres or or 20 68 9.10 Melrose Manfg. Co. _- of NEU and u tots 1 2, 2.92. I!

11. would eclipse the luminous splendor any absorption, and from this fact L. T. Shaw _S4 of lot 4 .. T or 20 40 2.92 S and 4 ? 22 8 Z223I 15.54

Jet an neighbors and then becomes we can deduce conclusions respectingthe G. \Y. YarboroughW44 of NI,! of lot 4 -- 7 or 20 20 %.92 Mrs C. M. Payne __Commencing at NE corner of eSE44 e
H. C. Clemmona W44 of NWyf SW'
1 20 20 ..... 4x3 of section 24 and ran j :
._ feebler( and feebler, to disappear finally density of such matter as exists in G. K. Bevill .-NJs of SW44 of SW4 less E ---S ... .. S 161 rods thence W 20 rods '_ :
three acres, and commencing P"----+. -- -- thence N 160 rods thence .
'4/M ver In the profound darkness of the outer space. 450 feet W of division line of 20 rods to point of beginnning.,_ 24 82 20.i 4.12 .1

jtedtless distance.* "If the degree of rarefaction in outer SW'4 of SW'4 and SE44 of S ..... ,... J. S. Griner, Ezr __E% of SWU of NEU 26 8 22 20 1.69
w4{ on N side of railway: right --'- Unknown -- -LoU 12 and 13 or Wft of S.
Wlen such
takes in
i1' a catastrophe place. space Is, for example the neighborhood !
of war: and nm N UO flit, WUNWU .. 26 a3
76 '
Plf tt ever does, that will be the "end of the one hundred millionth part thence S to right of war-3: Unknown -- of SEU .. 26 8 U40 2.92

vifof tile worM." so far as we at least are I of an atmosphere, then the appearanceof _acres in SWy4 of SW4 -- 8" .0 20 1090 Melrose Manfg. Co. ....... .LotsS.and 6 ..._. ......., 1 9 !:I'80 ; 5J9 !
G. M. Bevill Commencing 100 feet W of S ,
r wroed.-New York World. .Jupiter.1 for instance, would be as W corner of lot 10 of block :-: ---d r, r .",.. B. M. DOWLWC. 1 c CrilecUr.
'f'T or in Ward City, SE corner of ..
if our atmosphere had twice its present I
Stephens land at right of WQ

;:| THRIFT, AND THE MAN.4ef opacity. So that such 'matter as of railroad and nm N 250 feet ;
W 250 feet,
exists be in rarefied more or leu more
must a much more
or less, thence S to right of NOTICE j
Help and Self Respect Allied- to state. But. after all these terms are war: thence to point of begina OF TAX SALE >

only comparative. ning-l ; urea 8 1 20 Z U5 ;<
j Good Citizenship W. W. Ward ..._Lot two of block one ID Ward ;
the described
allowed following property will be fold at publi
"Suppose our atmosphere were
Thrift! Is an essential: and imperative City: f 1 20 1.03 auction on the TRIED DAY OF AUGUST 1914. at SUrke Bradford county Florida or to ,'
'put of good citizenship. to expand up to the limits of Oren Godwin -Lot live of block 1 in Ward much thereof u will be necessary to par: the amount due for taxes let opposite the sam,
the risible universe far the City: 8 1 20 L17Ozen together,with cost of such sale and advertising.
i The man who sets aside a few pence as as Godwin .: .Lot two of block two in Ward t

:taluings every week or every month Milky way. .Then its rarefaction wouldbe City 8 1 20 1.03 I

,;b not only making future provision such that it would be quite impossible Eo J. Ward City Lot three of block two is Ward 8 1 20 1.OS I -

:for himself his children or others who by any optical means, to de- Unknown ... Lot one of block three in Ward a .

be dependent him tect the presence of any matter.* Nevertheless CitY 8 1 YO %..15Ozena -- y r.
ay on ; but con- Godwin __Lot two of block three in Ward I t.'Dt ,
adoasly unconsciously he Is at the there would be about 5.000 City 8 1 20 1.OS jh

come tune serving his country by help- molecules per cubic centimeter throughout Unknown ._Lot eight of block II in Ward OWNER 1!' DtMriptira ef Land e IC
City: 8 7 20 1.31L ,. : ..
lag to create a type of character which space. W. Crosby -Lots 7, 11 and 23 of block 8 :; .
is one of the most valuable of national in Ward City: 8 1 20 U3 = '
Lot three of block 11 in Ward ":
Laura Eo Baxter ;; J"Citr' -1.i 'C'
sMeLL Treeless Falkland lalanda. : 8 1 20 1.03 : ; -

Be I* setting an example of self com There are no trees in the Falkland OJena Godwin ..__Lot four of block 11 in Ward '
i City: 8 'I 20 1.OS Mn. J. B. Alvarez -Commencing at S line of Fol
maud .
every time he fights down the islands consequently the country presents "
"" ler land and run S S75 feet ? ,
Ozena GodwinLots I, 6. 11, and l2 of bloek !
temptation to spend on some passing a bleak appearance. In the 12 in Ward City: __ .. n __ 8 1 20 1.86 thence W 420 feet. thence N .. ; "

fJeasure the money which should be autumn the long grass turning some- W. W. Ward....._ __Lots Sand 8 of block 12 inWard 375 feet, thenee E 420 feet, also ..." a ;. ':
1 lot of land ;
City 8 1 20 LII1 110 feet N ,
reserved for a more useful purpose. what grayish. imparts a disagreeable', W. W. Ward Lot 6 of: Block- IS in Ward and S by: 210 feet E and W, ;' i

,And self command means much in and monotonous aspect to the hillside. City: 8 1 20 1.03 bounded N by: land of W. Lake .-
Laura Eo Baxter Lot 12 of block 11 in Ward S by: land of M. G. Green. E .. :> '. .
On the
good citizenship.He return of spring the ranchers '
8 1 20 LOS by: Sanderson's lane :f" 1.d .
I is setting an example of self used to have a glorious time of it in Oren Godwin : I, 2, 10 and 11 of block J. C. Alvarez -_-._._______S acres in SEVi of SE%. -., 6" : "
14 in Ward City 8 1 20 1.81 and 1 acre in NEVi of SE'4 :: .
help :.
He does the This ,
not wait for "somethingto literally setting camp on fire.
W. W. Ward Lots Ii and 9 of block It inWard of section 29, township 6. 'S .
torn up." but sets to work resolutely was done by simply striking a matchon City 8 1 20 LII1 Range 22E 29 1 22 13.63 ;
_E. T. Campbell Block 1 in Alvarez's addition' : .
., to improve his position in life by his the saddle pommel and casting it W. W. Ward Lots I, 2, 6. and 6 of block to SUrke ., 91472UO

.own exertions. into the midst of the withered grass. 15 in Ward City ,_ 8 'I 20 U6 E. W. Driggen Estate One lot 105 feet square in SW .:;;
Laura E. Baxter Lot 1 of block 11 in Ward
corner of SWVi of SW% of '
:;: Be is setting an example of self respect No coaxing was needed, as the mate cog City: 8 1 20 1.03 section 28, township 6. S range -". ,,.
H. Gs. CIemmona _Lots 8 and II of block 15. inWard
-. The saving of money honestly rial was withered and dry as tinder. 22E28'I22 7
;:earned fosters that of Presently the mountain side would be City: __ 8 1 20 1.10 Mrs. A. E. Driggers .-__5 acres in SE corner of SEViof ".K29 ?..-
spirit sturdy independence Oxen Godwin Lot 8 of block 16 in Ward SEU of section 29, township ;, .

/ and confidence in one's fringed with one long line of raging Cit7 8 1 20 LOS I. S range 22 E ............_ 1,22 U'
W. W. Ward ,-Lot I of block 19 in Ward Mrs. Jennie Maud HotrmaD-Lota 1 and 8 of block 1C in '
own' powers which have played no flames and curling smoke. Thus was City: ...... I 1 20 LII1 Starke -. 49.31 -
ll small in the Oren Codwiza Lots 'i and 8 of block 20 inward
part building up the pasture Although no
prosper. City 8 'I' 20 LII1 B. C. Heiberger Fractional Iota A, B, C. D. of ;,.
I ttj of this country. trees grow in these Islands there Is W. W. Ward _Lot 6 of block 21 in Ward block 2 in Wynn's: addition to "

l; la addition to the ethical value which ample evidence of the land having once Codwia City: 8 or 20 .. LOS W. L. Horne .L taa4 ,and 6 of block 1, and 2611 ,

I kive endeavored to indicate the prac been thickly wooded.-Chambers' JournaL OJena Lot City 12_.._of_.. block Zl in Ward 8 1 20 L03 lots 11, 1%. IS and 14 of block .1 1" f- .

j the of thrift by individuals has a matarial Oren Godwin ._Lots 3, f. 7, and 9 of block 22in 2, Davis and Troby's additiono_ ''' / _
Ward City 8 1 20 1.86 to SUrke u....._ IJ.S2 .
value to the nation. The seen- W. W. WardLots Ii and 6 of block 22 in L. M. Little .._..........-!> acres of land bounded E -.' ;;. ::, 0 :
.rtty of the intricate fabric of national Old Dance In Old Timts. Ward City ._ 8 1 20 LII1JIrL by Myrtle: street S by Mdi- -"ior' .. ; _?- ,
v credit L. A. Anderson --------SW44 of SEya and SEya of S son street W by: lands of W. 16' :
depends to a very large extent In Edward Scott's -Dancing In All .
LIIl E. Wa Dri.gbt. N by: H section
:' W'4 t 1 20 -' : :i .
'POD' the Reserve of capital accumu Ages" are some curious details about Unknown _._NE44 of SE's .- It 1 20 CO 2.64 line section 29, township, 1;.'_..... '" + ''t 1 1'1'S ,
also of {
22 -4. "
;.sated by those who invest in savings the dances of old England Unknown S% of Jot 1 18 or 20.0 1.02 land range commencing at%SW acre ; ),- : ",.' I j
_________ 18 1 20 120 7.81 cor z er ''': j'. M;.
: Mocks and similar institutions. T. "Joan Sanderson" was a "Jolly C. N. Shaw Lot 6 ner of Myrtle: and Madison w ,. ... '''' .i:! ,
R. L. Shaw of NE and of V
S.W'4 %
'-Tinalttart Bowater in London An- dance" Mr Scott's for be- streets and run 8 lOa feet, :, ,. ;" :. .:
i definition NW14 and NEy4 of SWys and thence W 105 feet, thenee E 169 :\. ,- I : 3,.. .

II'VS.. fore it was ended each lady had kissedall NW14 of SE44 22 1 '20 160 '13.39Mitchel feet thence N 210 feet, thence1a.... ., 1 '::: ... j,. .. .'
as 2.40
Hill N 35 of of SE'4 Z4 'l
J ,, acres E 210 feet, to point of begin ...' v" __,."a.. s 7!?=
: the gentlemen twice, and each man W. M. Robenon _Lot A sub division of lot 6 of \ ning of section 29, twonship "" -."... l le

;,.- One Thoughtful Editor. had been equally enterprising. Mary block l'l and sub divisions of S range 22 ._ 29 6.22 '. 11.93 .
A and B of lot of block 20
-The' proprietor of tbe local Stuart danced the 1 W. M. MurdoughLots 1. 2. 6. 7 and 10 of block i-- ,.'!' ,l.
? paper at "Votta though In Sampson City: 4 1 21 2.75 2 in Davis and Trilby's: addition .. .j ; '
4 feerswalde.. a !small Prussian town not "not so high and so disposedly" as Wm. Rohenon ..a lots commencing at a pont to Starke ._ .._- ..L 45.20:':

j s&r from Berlin. does his best to make Elizabeth In King Charles' time on section line dividing see.tiona Peterson __ .........._____-LoU 1 and 2 of block 7 and R,<,:,. ,' .' I
Ida pe&pie 4 and 6, on south side of lots 1 and 2 of block 8, in :';h'-' ; '. '
1 paper useful as well as Instructive. danced "Tr ncbmore." -Cushion of .
the G. S. and F. railway right Livinoston. Truby and CoJ ; :
i :T Yo days i week he has the General Dance. -Omnium Gatherum" and way: thence S 677 feet thence sob division to Starke ...::;....:.\" 287 "

|"Aaselger. printed 'on only one side of "IIolte cum Toite." of NEasterly way: thence 41. feet W to along said right laid ; P. M. BJggs ._Lots < and 7 of block 27 in ;1{- .' :: t h
Livingston Truby: and CoJ addition -
the paper so that it be used right of 420 feet to the !_ 1i.,8.D5'a
can for MA11 In a Garden Green." "Gathering war: to Starke -;', '
'"wrapplttf provisions without point of beginning in NWya Knrtis Smith ..Commencing 105 feet S of S ". f"' : ;
any of Peascods.Lumps of Pudding. of NWy ___ 4 or 21 2 US W corner of Myrtle and Madison : t_.
: -
."'r of contamination from printers' "Under and Over" "The,Bath" "The N. P. Cawtban _SWof SE% ___ 25 'l Z1.0 2.68 streets and run W 105',:.< __:: ':'
:. M
J. T. Lovelace SW14 of NE's and SE'4 of ; / .
ht."Outhese .
days the is twice'Illa'gew feet, thence S 105 feet, thence
i paper Slaughter House" andHare at Thy NW4 ___ __ 28 7 Z1 80 UO E 105 feet, thence N 105 feet :1t. ,; ,:--' '.
|ion'ordlnal'1 days, so that Coat. Old Woman" are dances not Unknown EYt of NE% of SE% __ S5 or 21 20 1.56 to point of beginning in Starke_ a? L.of'"' : a 2.70 ;

:dI l public ICses nothing In the way of quite so old. John A. Livingston __NEya of NE 4 36 1 Z1.0 U3 Unknown 2 acres of land beginning its 1f.. >\-.F5: ; f

I .."!flaf matter. J. H. Owens _SE14 of NE'4 and SW'4 of E corner of Madison and West -ft. :_;;. \ :- ;'_' .."; .
: SEI4 of SE y 36 or Z1 60 U3 moreland streets and run S t ; .' '
{ ; 1. wan BI'OI. \U 1 7 2Z 140 30U7 420 feet, thence E 210 feet, ; Ci, :f '..;, :: ....r.
'a kP; i Itn..k Him Right. Gardening.God A. J. Griffin ................SE44 of SW44 Z or 22 40 19,48S. thence N 420.feet thence'W:1 ; k s'" f_
ttlldCa-SoR Almightie first Planted a Garden A. Carter __NE44 of NW'4 3 1 2Z 40 22.8 210 feet to point of beginning .. >, -. Ii: .1....' .
ay you saw that prison- and indeed it is the Purest of Human Unknown NW44 of NE'4 less I acres in in Starke >:;: 1.f !
>etrike the complainant On what NE corner ______ 3 7 22 as 1'1.40 J. A. Wainright -6 acres 'of land in NE corner "" .i t', i ,:,::
WWocatton pleasures. It is the Greatest Refreshment Mra. Emma Ott W44 of SE% of SE'4 and SE of the SE 4. less % acre in : >J -
j "" Witness-Why. be pulled to the Spirits of Man; without M of SE1.4 of SE'4 __ 4 7 ZZ 30 lU6 : NE corner bounded E by: sec ,- '
t ron of Mils, your honor. Judge- E. Eo Stacey: NE'4 of SW% 4 or2 40 19.90S. tion line between 28 and 29. ." ,
yon ,, which Buildings and Palaces are S. Chandler ____.....-SE44 of NW'4 4 'l %2.0 20.56 S by: S. A. L. Railway: W by: .' i.
r mean to say the prisoner but Grosse Handyworks: And a man Marshall Jackaeon One acre square in NE corner Blitch's place, N by: V section t;; r
trim tot that! Witness-Well. of a lot owned br: Andrew line in Everiy addition a '.f '
track him shall ever see that when Ages growto Jackson in SE corner of SEiii also 4 acres of land eommene a; i i
} for some of it-Boston.Proved Civility and Elegancie. Men come to .tll NWy __ I 1 21' 1 U2 ins at NW corner of the SWVi "r :t, i I

i Build StatHy sooner than to Garden Miles Robinson--Begtnning 210 feet E of NW of SWU and ran E 484. feet ,'\; : I '
ft: corner of NW44 of NE4i of thence S 418 feet, thence W ...' '
Finely: AS' if Gardening were tbe section i and running S 210 484 feet, thence N 418 feet to ..,._ '. ?;. ::, ; *
: ". p His Kindness. Greater Perfection.-Bacon. feet, thence E 420 feet, thence point of beginning, of section ... :! o
:Tlooderwhy: N 210 feet thence W 420 feet 28, township 6, S range 22__ 28 6 22 '."e :%I... V.
Amy refuses to to point of beginning I 1 22 2 U6 John Parker :__________ -Lot 4 of block 1 of Livingston .. ,z7 5 T,.'. ,
; T Mr. Doolm ." The Demagogue Defined. C. M. Sparkman ._Three acres commencinc at N Truby: and Coj sub division.__ CO '
S. G. Shiller Lots 3 and 4 of block of
fc' 34.
: W corner of NW44 of NEt4 )
fraijl he won't be kind "
to t
-Father. raid
a lay -what is and nm S .20 feet thence E Livingston. Truby: and CoJ
a a demagogue 630 feet thence N 210 feet sob division -- .71 "-.
'aun't bf ki.1d to bt'r! Goodness thence W .20 feet thence N -
gra- "A demagogue, is man who .
son. a
210 feet thence W 210 feet to KITE. City Tax -
she Been the beautiful can rock the boat himself and at the point of beginning in NW, I
he; pot up for his firsts same time persuade everybody that of NE44 5 722S U1 .- !

r-Jod,,\ there's a terrible storm Unknown _AU of NWy4 of SEA lying: A HOTEL YOU WOULD LIKE YOTTK FAN ILY TO STOP AT i :
at sea.Wom.
E of railway Ii 1 22 10 1i.78 -
an's Journal Millie: Jones ___One acre in NW corner of W : :
1t. .'' Surest Road. II. of NW44 of NE'4 W ofrailway WIN OLE HOTEL { -.r }

r I:1b 3 I Invitation : -- 8 'l 2.2 1 !.OS
: long.strong climb to reach Regular Isaac Clark ,.N two acres of E of NW'4 '
- "' f of SWI w___ 8 7 22 Z L03 The most delightful family and commercial: hotel in the'city. Just the place to wake ;
T-. ad Jndge-Hovr did you come to enter J. E. Sullivan _St4 of NEI4 of I.'E% 9 7 2Z 20 9.91 your headinarters while on a shopping tour /r enrout North. Looted fn the heart of
the only way to reach it is the pt'f'IDLWK- Prisoner-Well your Wm. Edwarda8W% of NEE 10 7 22 40 21.43 shopping and theatre di triet. Cool, com fortable and all modem coBveaienees at $oi. : *&

g on the lever-Houston honor, It wan : oVUiot;: In the morning Paul BI'OI. _I.'E14 of NEI4 and NW44 of ular pneea. Worthy of your patronage ; tVS
r, SE44 and SE% of SEy4 __ 10 1 22 120 51..83 *3
with the kitchen window wide open L. JL Uttle.. _S'4 of "E'4 of NELJ ___ 10 7 22 20 9.96 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA' .
E : no cop rtlxMit-blowed you wouldn't Paul BI'OI. ___ _Ny! of NEV and .N5k! of N iwu ,
and SY" of NW's and
An Idealist a-olltnlH-d in
yourself.-Boti.u Tran
11 7 22 360 18.30
Pop,' what la an idealist scriptCoon L. 1. Little _Sw44 of NE44 and SWI4 of

a *oi-An idealist my ion Sa Paul !+ros. SE44.aU of' NW% __ __ 11 12' 'i"n 22 140 51) 32.17'151 .Only One "BROMO QUININE"To !Cm OU Sens, Ote BiiiHn Wti't Can.Tbe : :.

r 7 Jog man who thinks all wo- In new deeds of valor, my sea Eo B. Ikc.-_ -NW'4 of NWy and St4 ofNWV get the genuine cell for fan same LAXATIVE wont cases,no matter of bow loaf sUn4ine.; <

'' u'Pbllad&phta' That is the way to the .. and NE1,4 of SW'4 -- 15 T n lq 1L.* BROMO QDUOKE. Look to signature of II arc cued by the wonderful, old reliable DC. .
Becor. star-Virgil. I>. Eo Van Bllftn _SEIft of SW% 15 1 U.O 2.68 E.\\'.GJtOVE. cures COld ia OM 1Iar: Scope foctefa Antiseptic Healing OiL' UrelisvtaPaU _
Corneblll Young -SE'e of SW4 1& 'l U 41t U8 cough and headache, and works off cold. ZSc. aad Heal at tte same time. 2Sc.SIc.$ *!
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i.:{"\ ,.. are cordially invited to come and 1 Jewel peaches '''just visit Mr. H. B. 4::.:<

the Lord's word. Hudson.Mr. :
: study '
'ts : ::1 7
I r. 1 Prayer,meeting in held regularly at H. B. Hudson made a business r RhcumatisrrBio

,. Sardis church each Sunday night. trip to Green Cove Springs' Monday, "

Items Everyone is invited to come' and be returning Tuesday. a :3d Poison
x : CourttYNeW5
present Scrofula Mal;
Only a few more days and then, the LIT. '
glorious Fourth. Mr. H. S. Norman visited at Starke Skin .DiseastBecause ,

lutcrcatizitf Facts Gathered Durin the Week by Our Wednesday.Mr. e :

'.. Refuar Correspondents. HAMPTON. J. S. Phillips is spending the ,it Pun

: (I I Ia W. P. Dean, who is with W. P. Pitts, week visiting parents and relatives F 0 I .the Blood ]:

a -- has a record of pulling, counting and here.Rev. ,
tying 40,000 sweet potato plants in and Mrs. D. L. Phillips visitedat PAD WHAT Mono sofas BAT OP
LAKE BUTLER. of the sea. He can discuss Australia I
-I with the writer, who has been less than one working day. Is therea -Thoressa Saturday and Sunday. LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMEDY-P. P,

-. Miss Pink Rentz, who has been there. What he doesn't know is not better record Mr. Pitts sure has Mr. Eddie Hilliard visited at Starke Dr. Alldndfc. Begeacr.Toaa, writes: Bsbbl gobaoa, of die Barman,}
for the six.weeks her.sis this and hasmade Thursday.Mr. "It it the leading blood purifier.". rrfzaticBv: Wl,tea: "Had seven anw'
had the
t sting past plants season
worth knowing, yet he is modest, not I,,.WUteaesd,MetcaUt.Ga,prescribes I Malarial tow lasting from a week bIt
ter, Mrs. W. M. Bloodworth, returned heavy shipments to all parts of : Dalton. Carter was a business and with P.P.P.completely cured J. day. 1 tooX:roar medicine U I tl1
to say humble. Blake is a fine little H. Davidson who bad suffered fifteen hope. bat no* confess that 1',1'.1'.
t to her home in Moultrie, Ga., a few fellow, as English as'they are made,, Georgia and Alabama. visitor at Starke Wednesday.Mr. yean wtth blood poison and sore*. ft real ban.fit,1:

days ago. She reported a very nice and a good addition to Lake Butler. The crowd attending the Childrens' Jewett Witcher visited at Law- IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT.AU. ORUCCIST&-.ca;
time while she was in Florida. Day exercises at the Christian church tey Saturday night '
Rev. S. S. Proctor preached two interesting F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH: CEORC
Miss Mary'Bloodworth, who has Sunday night taxed the capacity of We wish to announce to the friends: ....

v l been- spending several days with her sermons on Sunday, and con- the church building. A very pretty and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. U. M. .. .,'
sidering the weather to good
1J sister, Mrs. N. L. Varnes. returned congre- program was rendered and it was well Cox, of Little River, that the stork r.
gations. .
home Sunday. received. Much credit is due to the paid them a visit June 17, leaving .-- --- 'Y
I learn that Miss
We to'
f' \ We notice Mr. Charlie Bloodworth sorry manner in which the little tots were there a ten pound boy.
Mary Reiherd's health is not equal to
-b : has been visiting over the river very the strain of teaching the summer trained and taught What was calling so many of our WHENEVEfY-U NEED .' i

"f often. We wonder what has attracted schooL (The doctor has ordered her From.the way the Hampton Dra- boys to Lawtey Sunday?

s his attention over there? work Lake Butler
matic Club is at ,
to desist. So far as we can see the
:{: The usual bi-monthly meeting of will have a treat in store for Friday PARRISHCARTER.A .
school will have to be abandoned. The
q the order of the Eastern Star was lessons of the eleventh grade have night, at which time the club will pre- pretty but quiet wedding tool A GENERAl T NIC TAKEGH01

held in the Masonic Hall on Tuesday sent "The Corner Store." This is the place Sunday at the home of Mr. and ._ -
been difficult and many. To successfully 'f
\- evening. After the opening ceremony same play that was produced hereon Mrs. Archie Waters, when Thomas U, .

W ; the proposition of two candidates, and pass is the: next term We this trust summer that May 29th, for the benefit of the Parrish and Miss Josephine Cartel, The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is F

J' i' the balloting for two others, Mrs. course Professor Draper necessary.will see his way to Masonic Lodge, and which made such were united in marriage, ,Notary Valuable as a General Tonic because It Acts on the]L

+;': Agnes' Fagin was initiated into the continue the school. The professor a decided hit The orchestra will accompany Chas. Register officiating. Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Build

5. ;. degrees of the order. The beautiful the"club to Lake Butler and 'Mr. Parriah is a young man just c
:- is a successful teacher, and well the Whole System. Grown People and Childi
4 of giving the five degrees to manhood born and raised I
ceremony thought of by the pupils.RAIFORD.. we know that they can make some grown -..-. .. .
i was made doubly attractive from the the finest music. The club will pro- near Lake Butler, where he. number!i I,
; ; fact that every officer knew his or her duce the laughable farce "Killing In- his friends by the score Ton know what you are tatn' ? when you take Grove's Tasteless .cifi
as the formula is printed on every .abel showing thai it contains tie in
1&i' without having recourse to the Miss Carter is beautiful
part dians by Electricity, in addition to a young:
Mrs. Onie Sapp is visiting at the tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is aa strong as the strong
Mrs. Alderman is the Worthy
ritual the play. entertainment is be- lady of Brooker. tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal Malaria, Chills tt
home of John Denmark this week.J.
)[ Matron, and a good one, too. Her ing put on for the benefit of the Lake After the ceremony the young cou, Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. GiVes life and vigor
J. Mattox returned from his
-' ; husband, Mr. Geo. Alderman, is the Butler high school library and it is pie left on the 4:30 train for differen; Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes; Biliousness without.

Worthy Patron. Ice cream and cake home at Folkston, Ga., Monday. hoped that the people of Lake Butler points of interest on the East Coast, Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to sj

was served to the members and visit- Quite a commotion was caused here will appreciate the efforts toward a and after two weeks will begin house, purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer.: Complete Stie

ors at the close. Sunday afternoon when No;40 collided good club and give the club a rous keeping in Jacksonville. The bes; No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist meal. '

:. The road leading past the Farmers with the two pet dogs'of Sam ing reception.A wishes of their many friends go witl I ,\
and Dealers Bank has heretofore ended Tules and John Denmark, killing the
i[!; ; ., large gang of gypsies passed them. -i
& in a swamp. Now, owing to the latter instantly. through, or rather arrived in Hampton A FRIEND.COUl't'TY .<
;. exertions of the spoken ofT Misses Ino and Gertrude Crews vis-
'it : ; prisoners Monday afternoon and endeavored '

,. : \ last'week, the way is cut right thru. .ited relatives here Sunday. to work their trade of fortune telling COURT DOCKET. SEEDS SEEDS
The underbrush is chopped down the Mrs.,S. B. Denmark, of Starke, is
.m- but Officer Cameron was Alex Jordan, colored, assaulting A
to finish
f ;. stumps are being burned, a deep visiting relatives in town this week.i on a the job, and took them in for practicing Baxter, colored, at Raiford, with intent : Cow or Field Peas; Velvet Beans f\:Cliff
A. Z. Adkins of Starke ii
draning ditch is being cut on cither was
% ; without a license. Their difficulty to murder and rob. Guilty. Peanuts Sorghum Millet Selected Fief
it ; side of the .road, so that in a. short town Sunday. was settled and the gang mov- Placed 'in jail in default of $1,0K;I ; ; ; .

&.. .. : lime we will be able to enjoy a walk A. D. Andrews and J. A. Brook ed on westward. bond. Will be tried at special tern Corn. Complete and full :stock Garden

i' Notice: There is no East Butler, ternoon. are at work on another play for their Clarence Vickers, colored, petit lar

: nor is there a West Butler. It. is just Lucius Scarborough, of Lake Butler benefit The date has not yet been ceny. Sentenced to 95 days in the i .Supplies; Incubators. '|f fI

:: Lake Butler Solid.r spent Sunday night in town. announced, but all are anxiously wait- chain gang, Oldest established and largest Seed House in ,Florid!.. X'
clW ': Plans for the new postoffice are being The infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. .I I .
ing for it, as all the old favorites will Jim Norton, of Lawtey, defamationof for illustrated Catalogue, ,
: Will Hadinpoint is ill this week.
perfected. We have a splendid very
M. be again. character. Gave bond of $250 for
postmistress, and now we will have a !, P. B. Roberts, of Worthington seen appearance in circuit court E. .A. MARTIN FEED OX;!:

r about' the center of Springs, visited Raiford Sunday.J. II
good building
S. R. concealed
Estep, carrying l 206 East St.
the town. T. Denmark visited Mulberry on L WTEY.Dr. U Bay .JACKSSONV1LLE.F:
Tried by jury and dismissed.
weapons. -
i r A plan is being discussed to erecta last Week. E. L. Biggs, of Green Cove .

\ ;5 "a first class hotel with Mr. L.'T. Duncan "We suppose Worthington Springswill Springs, who has recently graduated 0. Hill colored lewd and -- ..-4:
Macey !
; at the head. Duncan is a good be well represented on the Fourthof at Atlanta, Ga., was the guest of his lascivious conduct Sentenced to six

hotel man, much appreciated by the July. I sister, Mrs. A. H. Harley, the first of. months in state reform school. ,- .',,

Miss Era Crews visited relatives the week. .
The sad news has reached us of the here last week. Rev. Marshall Strickland, of Flora- Will McRight, colored, assault with
murder. Bound cir-
intent to to
death of Mr. C. P. Moore, late agent J' The musical given by Mrs. Wilson home, filled his regular monthly appointment cuit court in sum of $250. Favorite Fertilize!

8 'at the union depot, which took place and her class ,was a great treat for at the Lawtey Baptist Ben Cobb, colored, assault and bat-
I last. The those who were present Mrs. Wil- church last Saturday and Sunday.Col. ,
at St. Augustine on Monday \','
: tery. Six months in reform'school.Henry .
deceased gentleman' had heart trou- son left,Friday morning for Jackson- J. C. Poppell, of Starke, was a :
Williams, assault with intent -
t, ble'which>> caused him to resign from ville and other cities, where she will, business visitor to Lawtey Wednes to rape. Bound over to circuit

his work on the railway. Feeling spend the summer. .
day.Miss court in sum of $1,000, or stand com- .
: somewhat improved in health he left T. B. Handley returned from Jack- Mabel Reddish left a few days :
mitted to jail to await the action of BEST
Palatka and came to Lake Butler several sonville Tuesday. ago to teach a two-months' summer I .
the grand jury. c !
.. months ago. His old trouble re- There is being several car loads jof' school at New River. ." ',; ,

i. turning, he was'once more compelled melons shipped from this point and 1 Messrs. Joe Edwards and G.W., gamblers On Monday'were night'haled eight into court colored by .' r,. FOR fi

.t to resign employment. He rapidly the price is fairly good, as most of Baisden, of Starke, were business visitors -
I Officers G. W. Baisden and A. G. Dyal. ; : .
grew worse, the end coming on the the stock from here: is of.good aver to Lawtey Monday. ALL CROPS
: i They were all convicted and receivedthe r
22nd. He leaves wife and a small, I There will be an election at the .
usual fine of $1 and costs.A .
age.Miss '
:' interesting family. His eldest.son is Rosa Byrd, of Lake Butler,I.schoolhouse next Monday. June 29, for Write for Cat41Itue., '4

f an'operator and successfully filled visited relatives here Saturday and the purpose of electing school trus MOST ENJOYABLE PARTY. "

his father's place during his suckness. Sunday. tees and to choose the sub-district

:>- .The,Times has put on the market a Miss Nillie Logan, of Lake Butler, taxation. Saturday afternoon, June 20, Mrs.
f' visited here and Sun- There call meeting of the H. S. Miller, of Miller, gave to the r
; bea ti envelope printed in photo- on Saturday was a
brown, made so that the address can day. Lawtey Board of Trade last Monday! younger set a party in honor of her
at which considerable busi niece, Miss Miller Miers, of Wauchula. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER t!
be written on one side and the picture evening ;

I on the other. The design is LITTLE SPRINGS.The ness was transacted and committeeswere 'J !I"

I pretty and was drawn by Mr. Blake. farmers of this section are appointed 'to look into mattersof Gsmes were enjoyed till a late hour, JACKSONVILLE FLA. 1
but that which afforded the most mer- .
Zinc etchings show scenes in and busily engaged in getting watermelons improvement for the near future.
I _m riment was blind folding each one, WE SELL SEED POTATOES "rat
around Lake Butler. There are sev- ready for market
tails on When fin- I
eral varieties of these. Use them and Lots of fine melons were raised CLAY HILL. pinning a donkey. ..-

-: 1" : boost the town. ..around Little Springs and vicinity this The light shower that came last ished the donkey had twenty tails r -
ranging from two inches to twelve in-
;1 'Miss Nelly Logan. spent the Sunday year, to say nothing of a bumper cuke Thursday put some of the farmers in ches from the correct place. NOTICE. !
: with friends at Raiford, with her and other vegetables. "
crop I this section to planting potatoes "
t. ,Home made cake and
cream were Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
I father who preached there morning Lots of people'go to Worthington. but we fear they will not live
served. Mrs. Miller proved herself a will sell to the highest bid- 'AWEBSTER'
and evening. Springs Sunday, where Mr. falL This
every unless more rain will undoubtedly :
I most entertaining hostess. She was I der for cash the entire stock of
w'' mere -
A brick office is to be
new post Lamb does his best to please all is the dryest season we
assisted by Miss Annie Rimes. chandise of Mrs. R. R. Hoffman sit-
built Mr. G. F. Markallie the
>> by on The new hotel Worthington, under have had in thirty or more.
honoree, little Miss Hiers, won the uated in Starke Fla. in the brick
lot next to the racket store, that is, the management of D. D. McCranie, Mr. H. B. Hudson, of Clay Hill, has INTERNALDIOTXONAI
heats of all her charming and fas
by building formerly occupied by her, on
between the racket store and the
i present is also crowded. : purchased from Mr. Newbern of Max-
office. The will be cinating manners. Monday, June 29th, 1914 ,at 10:30in ,
t post building Eustace Crews visited at Raiford, I ville. a fine young colt, but we are

f ;: of brick; the material is already or- Thursday and reported a big time. I s m. to say on Sunday- he turned it tie A. M. THE MERRIAM! WB
dered. A commencement will be made Whenever You Need General Took A. Z. ADKINS, The Kcvr unabridj
Miss Katie DuBose, one of 'Little in the field and it rolled under a barb 1 :Only

'L .: just as soon as it arrives. We understand -I Springs nice young ladies, who is aI-I I wire fence and hurt one of its legs. Old Standard Take Omve'aThe Grove's Tasteless Attorney for the creditors of Mrs. R. tionary In many yeara.ContalS' .
R. Hoffman.
,that the contract for erection so a school teacher, made a quick We hope it will not cripple him, although chill Tonic is equally valuable as a the pith and ] authoritative
has keen given to Mr. McDonald trip to Lake Butler last week.T. I I Mr. Hudson understands General Tonic because it contains the of an decJsc.

a Strcikland and Ball are having their M. Ryan, of Cincinnati, 0., was treating him. well known tonic properties NetU .f First fleeting .( Creditors. Covers. every field
An Encyclo
l and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
r [ store front improved by a few'good looking over the crops in this section Mr. Willie Parrish and family were oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and In the District: Court of the United States singla Jjook. f'

.r coats of paint An artistic sign has last week. visiting Mr. Levy Padgett Sunday.Rev. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. for bankruptcy.the Southern District of Florida. In I f fIn Thq Oa/y Dictionary

added much,to the appearance of the Prof. A. C. Crews and wife are visiting James Strickland filled his reg- the matter of J. L Green W. T. Saxon Nm'Divided **&%

premises. Mr. Blake, our local artist their friends and relatives at ular appointment at the convict camp LOT SALE. and lien B.trading Y. Saxon as Hampton individually Furniture and u A co-part-Hard- 4CO.OCW Words. 27C06000Hlustetioiu.Co

: \. did the work. Little Springs. ware Company of Hampton Florida in the *
county of Bradford. District aforesaid, bank.
.," Blake is a clever workman. He is Three cheers for the L. S. L. S., C. M. Hudson and wife, of Residence Lots Near New School rnpt half fc million ddlsra.
not above doing the plain painting of which has been lit- Notice b hereby given that on the 29th Let us'icll you about: ti I
doing some good visiting his Building.The
; Jacksonville were par- day of May A. D. 114. the said J. L Green

k : a house, but he can do a good sign as erary work lately.Everybody ents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.. B. Hud W.adjudged T. Saxon bankrupt and, B.and Y.that.Saxon the first were meet-duly remarkable, sircla.vob\7it1f1

welL If you want a newspaper illus- ought to read the Tele- son, of this place. Mr. 'C M. Hud handsome new' scl1oo1'building of their creditor wilU be held in the office of ,
\ tration he can do that too.' He has the clerk of said court in the government pI.
graph. toward and
son returned to Jacksonville Mon- is looming up building in the c ty of Jacksonville Duval 'till, ,
been a sailor schooners, liners and Little Springs school began on Mon- day morning while his wife stayed I II we are getting many inquiries abou'tresidence county. Florida on the 26th day of June A.' \ y5I

j tramps. Has seen all the continents day, June 15, with Prof. T. C. Wool-I for a couple of days visit with her lots on Ninth and Tenth said D. 1914 creditors, at 10 may o'clock attend a. mat prove their which claims time

of the world, and many of the islands dredge as principal, and Miss Carrie parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Starling.Mr. streets near the school. Some of the appoint a trustee examine the bankrupt and .o, :
transact such other business as may properlycome I I't IE
Sloan as assistant iThe former is R. D. Long, of the George Car- parties interested are from Lake But- before laid meeting. w +a

r I4t from Pennsylvania and the latter ter settlement, came up Sunday to see ler, Hampton, Theressa and .Brook- Jacksonville Fla.CHAS.June S. ADAMS.15th. 1914.

+ L ; IOTOGE1STREtTHafter from Lake county, Fla. I his sister, Mrs. Hettie Lake, who is Referee in Bankruptcy.
lyn.Our .
We hear with much regret that Mrs. I very sick at this place. object is to make a choice resi-

: any sickness is purely a matter ofsuorishment D. L. Palmer was confined to bed last Mr. Bud Padgett and family were dence sections of" these lots and NOTICE.The E -
j whether the attack wu board of county eommiasioaen wH! dI:
y aa ordinary cold or severe illness; the week, as a result of a general run-I viritire his brother,. Mr. Levy Pad- blocks. meet on the first Monday of July u a boardof :

weakened forces cannot repulse M"nit down, physically. Her many friends gett, Sunday. Easy term payments: Not less than the eQualiuttion taxes of 1914 for and the bearing purpose complaint of equalizing and

germs, and this is why a relapse is so hone to see her well soon. Your writer was told the ice cream one-fourth cash,.with balance in six, receiving testimony u to the value of any
often fatal or why chronic weakness often John Drawdy is also the sick property. real or personal as fixed by the apr'lu.
on given at Willie Parrish's Saturday twelve, eighteen and twenty-four
: follows sickness.Restoring supper county assessor of tares, as provided for in

...... strengttitouiilliotuoipeoQ le list. night was quite a success. The months. I Section 23, Act of 1907 WEEKS.' 1
W. T.
... for forty years has proven the real need The farmers .of the surrounding only objection was that the churn was If you want to be sure of the best Clerk Kd Auditor of board of county comm'ssioners. -
: lor taking Scott's Emulsion after any country are surely glad to have thee .
r too small. selection, apply at once to I
K ; nothing'equals it-nothing good rains, after a dry, hot period of Mr. William Ltk of Starke COMER L.-PEEK & SON j" I Pt
compares with it. Its pore, medicinal weather. I ?, was I For Weakness and Loss of To Prevent Blood
nourishment,free from alcohol or opiates here Monday to see his wife, who is 6-19-5t. Owners. AppetiteI ppty.at once the wonderful
promptly creates rich blood, Quite a. crowd attends The Old Standard general Itr HEAT
strengthens Sunday si-V at this POUTER'S ANTISEPTIC
'., place. I GKOVE'S TASTELESS dull TONIC,dares out
the nerves and longs to avert tuberculosis. school at Worthington Springs. All If, Jolabria and builds op the system. A true tonic rier1drpssimg that relieves
want to taste the delicious $1.50
you ,
per year. t and sure Apoetizer. For adults and children. I We 'he same t C. AGt a linire

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