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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 3, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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>.
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ERS. OF THE NEW HOI OF BRADFORD COUNTY BANK OUR. HONOR ROLL


k XT LEGISLATURE FOR MONTH, OF JUNE i.

(The Bradford County Bank was established quarters on the corner of Call and I
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'. ,. in 1889 by Messrs. Sadler Walnut streets. A photo of this mag- --

ABRNEW MEMBERS. ft+f'F III'IIIIIIIIII.. .+ & Hacket. At that time it was a private nificent building recently completedis ffftf' 11111111111111, ff DUES- PAiD LAST -
a + f shown above. That it is built for + ---1, ;
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Jf. + A GOOD CITIZEN. I institution organized with a capital the Bradford county and Starke of the + BOOM YOUR TORT t
; JFrom Results of ff 1 I I of 25000. In 1894 Mr. N. T. future is self,evident In' next week's + ff List of Persons Who: Contributed

+ Our idea of a good citizen, 4 Hitch the present president purchased issue of the Telegraph the officers and ff to Support of
{ N + and we 'are glad there are f a half interest and in 1897 boughtin directors will give a complete historyof ...

,, j", .,'Election.is'acorrect-., + many in this community, is f the balance. In .1906, without increasing the bank, its aims and intentions, Boom your town. If you tt Telegraph.
t + one always ready to give according -, f the capital, a few shares together with. a sworn statement of don't who will? Make all the tf -
E l Fk to his to com- f: were sold to leading business men, its financial condition.On newcomers and prospective ft i
list of the ,means The whose' names
4 wing" ; theFlorida' f munity enterprises. He takes t I I the incorporation of the bank follow- Saturday, July 4th, the doors of residents think it is going to tf below paid persons their subscription,; to
of!/ legislature stock in them all, and doesn't ,f' ing. Since that date the. bank has the bank will open to visitors from be a metropolis of this part off '
5 eaa i compiled from The the results Senate f lose faith if an occasional yenf declared a dividend of 10 per cent 10 A. M.to 12 M.: On that date a large the country, and it soon will + Telegraph J.during L. Stalsby the past month:, ;
'Mcent,primary. '
Ii tare proved bad. He is not 'g 'P be. Get in live and energetic +
i the holdover members: D. C. Kinlaw: Co. :
+ t afraid to buy real estate and t 4' men and the town cannot help ft S. A. Draper : '#
Senator, f to pay what it is worth., He + but prosper, go forward and 4t P. S. DenmarkRev.

1.B.- A. McGeachy t, .(San- f talks up his town at homeand ff' t, grow. You never saw a town ff Jas. Strickland
abroad, thinks it is the healthiest + amount to anything where f Amanda Gagehm !
let 2- =John B.'Jones (Escam + place on' earth believing + 41 business men and citizens ff J. R. McClenagbanI.

A 4e t it to be destined to be the biggest + ter' were always engaged in telling ff F. H. Long .. t
t3 R H.: Lindsay (Wal- f city in its section and + x : how dead it was-lifeless and tf
J. B, Nettles '
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[ Hblmes.) t wants to be buried here when + that all the powers that be t A. S. McMillan a
4 R.-A. Willis (Jacks f he dies. And he's worth a + CLdO'C + could not start it moving ft J. G. Boyd | ,f

f whole regiment of the luke- + fftA building up and endowing it ff Mrs. 0. A. Grits v
> P. Roddenbery (Wa- with + ; *
+ warm kind. + .new life.
H. E. LagergVen
P !hay and Liberty.). f. +' r t 'Jt. f ft !
J. C. Terrell!
[Bisfrict 6 -.T ll-Watson, (Gads- ++*+*.11111111111111 ++*++ +ff+tl+lllllllllll ++4'+f Mrs S. J. Burroughs v x
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J. L. 'Varnes' i 4
,3t=H. J_ Drane (Polk.) .
8,- T. S. Wells (Leon.). lo. Quigley Lum. & Supply Co.___ 25.00 J. F.:Brannen :

9c Fre&14..Stringer, (Cit- Lafayette county T. J. Handley. Theo. Tison ________________ 25.00: Mrs. W. D. Cal;oon
>wwBernando.and.Pasco. Mayo. 4 C. A. Marks ________________ 25.00F. Mrs. S. L Stro'upeA. .
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L i tr ct 10 .- C. E. Davis (Madi- Lake county J. A. Hanson Lees- L Turner____.___________ 25.00N. D. Kean
f burg L. D. Edge. B. Hull __________________ 25.00 D. B. Warren ;
Dtsrict; 11*=- W F.* Himes (Hffls- Lee county R. A. Henderson, Ft. L. V. Moore ________________ 25.00S. J. S. Sapp \ ;

Myers. B. Denmark ______________ 25.00 Mrs. E. R. Johns"

District 12, J.:, M.-Gernto (Tay- Leon county J. L. Neely Tano- Johnson & Anderson _______-_ 25.00R. J. W..

' I ) hassee, Dr. E. E. Strickland, Miccos- S. Fernandez _____________ 25.00R. B. j :

j Dlsttkt 13 rFr 4 H. Had** (St uke A. Weeks ________________ 25.00S. A. J.. i R
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"Dade, Brevard, Palm Beach.) Levy county J. C. Weimer, Le- A. Bryan _-______________ 25.00Dr. L L. Ellington."V

IDistriet 14; M. L. Plympton \CoP vyvUle.Liberty. J. P. Tomlinson __________ 25.00 E. M. : 1 1J.
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umt1 ,) county J. I.. Forehand. W. M. Bryan _______________ 25.00F. J. I.

PMriet B'-r A. 2. Adkins (Brad Madison county' R. L. MoIGnor, .,H. Long ________________- 25.0C J. C. i

) x I Madison, F. M. Henderson, Tinetta -I, J. F. Kickliter _____________ 25.0C 'J. A.'. ? i '
Di trict'--4.} -Calkins, re-. Manatee county A. M Wilson each year. This stock is now quotedat number of citizens are expected to J. W. Edwards ______________ 25.0Q C. Alvarez if

tunbdNasaa.; )' ; Kiak d.. 130 with not a share on the market I visit Starke from every section of the F. A. Scott _________________ 25.00J. -*".*.i4W. R. Steckert; J'"
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,?It_,. 17 --.J: TL Jdhnron '(SuDiitiiIg Marion county W. J. Crosby, country. R. Dover _________________' 25.00 : A. J. Underbill.i ;
.' ) ,.' Citra, W. T. Henderson, Lynne. Inil894 the bank had deposits Thq officers of the Bradford County W.. M. Austin, j
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1i -Ion F/Farris. .(DuKtrirt.M Monroe' county '- C. E. TtdtJiSrtS" amounting to' $14,000. The-deposits Bank are "'FARMERS': INSTITUTE.' D. .CvJStripliog!

,;41f: "t Key West, A Gomez, Key West: for the fiscal year 1914 are $195,000, N. T. Bitch, PresidentW. For the purpose of educating the Mrs. N. 'E. Majione:* i -

J I! w Arthur" '3. e'ysewido Nassau county Harry Goldstein". an increase of about 1,392 per cent in T. Weeks VicePresidentJ. farmers and their wives so their abilities Dan Sasser i'L

e,. Orange and Oseeola.)' Fernandina, H. T. Jones, Callahan. 20 years H. Ritch, Cashier.S. for earning more and enjoying _

l:ilteiet' 20.+aennfTemU! (Mar- Orange county ,A. "B. Newton, The Bradford County Bank has L Peek, Bookkeeper.The more there will be held a Farmers' I MAXVILLE. 3|

hkc'aljd, ,--) Winter Garden, Samuel Griffin) Or. been located on the corner of Call and' directors N. T. ,Ritch, W. 'T. meeting at Long Bridge on the 17th I General Claim Agent ,.Wjilt, of :
: triet'2t V J. S. Blitch (Levy.;) lands Thompson streets since founded In Weeks, A. V. Long, H. C. Richard of July, where we hope to meet a I Seaboard Air Line, was' a.' 4
it i ',k ittiet.22 --'Dr;.-.3.1L':!rcEaehem Oseeola comity -N.C.' ryan, Kis- 1889. During this time ft' has established and '0. J. Griffin. They take this great.many farmers and their famil- visitor Monday.

( <( b .D1itri t'13:.. W,'*. Igou. (Lake:) Palm Beach eormty-H."L.Bussey, tation for a "square dea}"" in the,, a most cordial invitation to are interested in the uplift of the spending the week in !M&xviUe "

l *Dfita& 5* -'J.. U.'Togarty' (Mont West Palm Beacm. financial circles of this section. During come 'in and inspect 1.M.: most "beautiful country people, because many sug- ing after his tie business..!!. ?
.'.iJ ) Pasco county '- O. U. 'Williams, the last week of June,the officers ,modern and sanitary building in gs'tions will be made that will help; W. K. Slight of Jacksonville, .j

\Darr a 25-A. J. McClellan (Bay, .Dade City. were busy getting settled In tier new the county. .... the business men and their families.A dent of the Maxville Farm and 4
CsBiaira'4md. ] naton.:) x PinneDas county-F. A.Wood St.' programme win be arranged for opment Co., spent Tuesday here -

J\ .DieLtrlc11WT S. Middleton. (r'DM Put- I Petersburg. WILL BUILD NEW: EY. ROAD WILL BE BUILT. the men and such subjects as are' of: the interests of his company.
Li,.. I Polk county-R.Hancock, Fort I vital importance to him will be handled Mr. Owen, of Hugh died {

;: D'trid 47- ',..M. 'Cooper (Manatee Meade, Reed Robaon, Port' "Meade. Gratifying Growth of A 'Starke.Business $1575;: ; Already Subscribed' For The by men who know soils, seeds, night and was buried at Crescent
and DeSoto.) Putnam'county -J. H."Tilghman Purpose. fertilizers, insects, insecticides cooperative Tuesday. _
#, DUltrlet 28- J. B. Conrad, return- Palatka, H. B. McKenzie,Palatka. marketing and as many other Mr. and Mrs. James Sptfr I and '

j s j (Volusla.I Santa Rosa county T. J. Fenn, The reputation of the A. P. "H. cigar :It is reasonably certain now that .interesting subjects as time will per- Raymond and daughter!Miss
k t'District Q9Ma. =' L/Brown (Clay Milton, W. A. McLeod,"Milton. manufactured by the Starke 'ti- the proposed now road from Starketo mit will be discussed. There will also celebrated the eighteenth' ;: k

.m tt br.) fl. St. Johns county E. A. Wilson, gar Company has spread for beyond j' Kingsley lake 'win be :fruit in the be a programme for the ladies of the marriage of Mr. :and
'.J District 1SO-.W.fI.; : Greene (Ham- St. Augustine, Jno. *W. Davis.' St. Au- the borders of Bradford county .and near future. Two lively meetings present and subjects of a domestic Speer last Sunday at Pablo

ftm.) I gustine. I the demand for This cigar has 'madeit I'hay been held at the courthouse md nature win be used by experts so as The noon limited had to .take
:District 31';'L.'. Penney I. necessary for the company to move the committee appointed to solicit to render the wives and housekeepers siding and wait something like q

t- )Dittricl 32'_ B., Roland (AlaRepretentmtivw. Fort Pierce. into new quartets:and largely increase funds for the enterprise have already more efficient and better prepared hour Monday until the track r

'd1- i). 'L -:' Sumter; county-.H.().tJollier, Ox its working :force. secured $1,575 ta :subscriptions from to asist in the problems of home cleared of the freight ',mck ; -

ford. Mr. R. S. Fernandez, of Starke a business firms and private individuals.It making and house keeping. occurred at seven o'clock r
1 I Alachua county J. 'C. .Adkins, Suwannee county Cary A. Har- comercial salesman of ability and,experience is thought that ibis .amount can Everybody cordially invited to morning. Three passenger'trains :-
eni e, 'H..C..Parker, LaCrosse. dee, Live Oak, Geo. E. Hawkins, W cl- has such faith in the merits easily be increased to $2,500, and come prepared to enjoy the day one through freight, betides 1

Baktr eoroty -'" W. B.'Mann, San- born. and salability of the A. P. H. ,cigar then an appeal win be made to the spread dinner and get better acquainted wrecker and the wrecked :arin, j

4ktriJ.. rr r I. Taylor county -W.T. Cash Perry. that he has contracted to handle the county commisamiers of Bradford with your neighbors. cupied the tracks at Maxville
." Bn' Mon- county -'A..D. Andrews, Volusla county J. E. Cade, Seville entire output of the ;factory 'which is county and Clay county to make ap- Yours sincerely, all Monday,forenoon.

fwi- ), J.. H.v:Williams, Starke. H. G. Putnam Oak Hill exported to be about .25,000 cigars .a propriations for completing the work. ORVILLE L MIZELL, The Ladies Aid Societj net
I "Bi'*wrd. conntyt,- Jrio.-B. Rhodes, Waknlla county W. C. Rouse, month until October 1 and after that I Mr. J. R. Feasteiiof Alachua county Special Agent Mrs. W. H. Gray Wednero.lt.William -' t

JIen;'GUM. Crawfordville. date as many as 100,000 cigars a : one of the mostexpert sand-clay Dukes Florida. Conquer ret'-'1lcd
i 'Bay county T. F. Brayton, Lynn Walton county W. H. TBapoles. month.In i road builders of the state, was in week from an extended t ip in ;.
avea.. Laurel Hill.Washington. order to meet this increased-I i Starke Saturday'and made a hurried CLAY HILL north and west Evidently = r
t Calhoun county.. C. V.Varnadore, county L. A.Brock., mand for its product the company will trip over the road. :Mr. Feaster es- Mrs. Cynthia Carter was visiting the best state in which >.a upend ,
AhJr1.. Chipley R. F. D. No. 2. occupy a large new two-story factorysoon t timates that the maximum cost of a her sister, Mrs. H. B. 'Hudson also summer, as'well as winte/y so '
y" Citrus .Bounty J. E. Stevens Seminole county .Forrest Lake to be erected at the foot
Crystal River. Sanford. South street and employ about 18 M $500 a mile, or |3, OD for the seven Rev. James Strickland happened to would not have returned in; the
i'CJay county E!TJ. Prevatt, Green cigar makers and 7 helpers. II(II mites to be constructed. Mr. Feaster quite an accident which almost terminated of the summer.. I

Cure' Springs; -t, f BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.Hot Cigar makers'earn on an average will' return to Starke tomorrow and in the loss of his eye whifc! out Miss Marie States is < #
.po1mnbia county J. J. )rant, Wa- from $15 to $20 a week and helpers I make a careful inspection along the grubbing new land his hoe strikinga school in Jacksonville. It 'is led -
weather don't feaze the Starkeboard
WoW; D.; G. Rivers, Lake'City. about $9 a week. On this basis the full 'length of the road :and pay special stick causing it to fly up and strik- that there are 198 other )ladies r
r Dadei county ,...:. R. E. McDonald,I of trade. Hot or cold wet or weekly payroll of the company will c I I I I .attention to the quantity'and ing him in the eye. It caused him a one'man attending the saei* 4
dry this bunch of boosters holds its
imL amount to nearly $400. This sum of:, availability of clay along :the route, great deal of pain and a trip to the Miss Marie is living inb t -'
meetings
; DeSoto,; county. W. C. Langford, regular weekly for the pur-II money put into circulation every week and will then be able to furnish a de- doctor. It is improving.The Women's Christian Association
stadia:: pose of keeping Starke on the map. I will stimulate all lines of business. finite estimate of the cost of the road. two charming young daughtersof Jacksonville and enjoys her _

..| Doval';county .- F. L. Dancy Jack- At the meeti g Tuesday evening In the employment of men the preference Following is the list of the contributors Mr. Martin Carter, of Maxville home very much. | e
foftlll%+ S. C. Harrison, JaeksonBatambia many things ft importance were .YUIe... ,i: amo g them'being the relation and that will mean several new fam- amount of each contribution: Mr. David Lang Saturday night and lent rain Monday. .
Qf the/proposed road from
:/ county 'William HOTtt&l4ch.'PensacoU Starke new i ilies for Starke which win increase N. T.Rich ___________.__$100.00E. Sunday.Mr. i
to future
.., ': Robert Anderson, business tMat Kingsley will be lake developed to the by the', too population and create' demandfor S. Matthews _______..100.00 R. W. Mosley made a business FIVE HUNDRED. PARTY.

Paaecoli." immense more houses. J. M. Alvarez _________v__ 109.00 trip to Starke Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. d:-W. Andrews Jr. ', i,
will be
mphor that ,
: 'Franklin rountyt-. H. Cook, Ap- grove The business of the Starke Cigar C. L. Peek 100.00 Willie Carter, of McClenny was ''' +
: ally entertained number
planted miles a of
east of Kingsleylak
"ala hicola. pro Company has grown from a small be- shaking hands with his many friends
A/ L. C. Powell ___-______ 100-00 et a five hundred '
? good road between the camphor party on' .
Gadtden county J.' G. Sharon, 1910 when it
ginning in was organized J. W. Andrews & Son 100.00H. Tuesday.
firm and the that evening at her handsome fc
q!ncr, W;.J.. Gray, Hinson. settlement by Mr. A. P. Hoffman and Mr. Geo. C. Richard 50.00 Rev. James Strickland went to Evergreen !:?me"
West Madison
will street
"i;;jHarnDton county -. L. A. Cribbs inevitably grow up around it will L Massey Mr. Massey acting as man- C. G. Holland _-_ 50.00A. Sunday to kelp ordain some The .
be a strong bid for the that game of five hundred '
.gasper. Jno.E. Scaff, Jennings. will refsult to business ager and also doing the work at first. .V. Long ________________ 50.00 'deacons and reports a pleasant time. 'jriscipal amusement of the vas.,
come to : :
s Reraendo county M. L. Dawson, Starke. As the business developed more help Mrs. Jane Byrd and daughter, Mrs. ;;
A. Z. Adkins __________,.__ 50.00J. Mrs.. J. E. Wilson winning thS
''. >h o> vi>1G was employed. In 1911 Mr. Massey M. Truby ________________ 50.00A. :' Sarah .Mosley, also Mrs. Louise Pad- est !' 'x
score.
;lfiDaboro' county,- W. '1'. Martin, Attorney Smith Crews, of Starke, acquired Mr. Hoffman's interest. in H. Freeman 50.00 I' gett and little niece Clara Prescott Je cream and cake were }' -
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Ceo.-H. Wilder. Plant City. was] here Wednesday on chancery the firm and pecame sole proprietor.The W. T. Weeks ______________ 50.00 were pleasant visitors at Mr. H. J. refreshaer.ts. ', i.
;'Helmea. county W. G. Watfai rd,, bui .xoss before Judge James T. Wills. company'employs seven men at: A. M. Darby 2500J. Taylor's Wednesday.Miss Thrso present were: Mr.t aril. -' 1i

A ferney Crews attended the law present E. Futeh 25.00E. Ella Tanner was visiting her Ir W. Andrews, Jr., Dr. aril 1

;tSJt on county Ellis F. Davis,: department of University. of Flor I E. Canova,_____________ 25.00 sister, Mrs. Charity"Starling, Tuesday: OtJ-ma L. Haynes )Ir. acd MV's. - :=:na, ; Jrf R. Shoemaker, Sr., CotT. .. ida a few years ago and has'numerous' -J Mr. R. C. Strapping, cf Opejika! 0. J. Griffin _______________ 25.00 night and Wednesday. ...;,. and Mr*..J. .M. 1.Ilt,.| ,:

ii 4 a friends in Gainesville who ale always -* Aa.! WES'the jrrert of Mr. and Mrs.J. D. C. Jones _______-________ 25 0-3 <, sId: Mrs. J. E. Wilson, Mizj;i
otu-remrty T. Tumbnll, / skd! to se, him.--Gainesville M. Alvarez; Wednesday and Thurs- J. W. )Morgan 25.00 Sell your hammer and bey ahom.Clearwater : Alvarez, Miss Belle Belly s rfJ l
,1' B. J. HaW rick Mostirl l.,
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a .' for the assembling of troops by rail 1i.-

r s ., and their embarkation for oversea '

; Attractive Prices On American Wire Fence transportation.The Beef and Milk A-plenty
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army officers ,that ,have beenconducting '.
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_ .. 9 Citflesre for two ktor titerf >> ,_
an inquiry into the sites kept purposes pnduction ,
_ M a ; :. ...-Come. "In .,' *! available in various' section of the sad tor milk production.. Todoetterrigtt' JAwextBTefnjt- ,
Jf ? -c; they must be healthy. There is nothing better to fie get urt&g vrce. '
'. 7. I. country for mobilization purposes, as keep them ia continued food health or to make wit ;them I$n them a
{ DeWITT JONES distinguished from the larger concentration them well quickly when sick than a few doses of-' low dies d Bee D.e

points'usually at or near the STOCK ,MEDKDJtTbtywcnittwdL -
STOCK ,
places of debarkation in the case'of a Bee Dee JobaiCirroa, .

Hardware Lumber A general movement of troops, from this MEDICINE..' Mocohud.KIII., ,
country to Mexico, have designated in
... Stirs op the Urer Drtoa : >
/ their reports the localities that are 25cBOe ad it:Der eq

best adapted for the purpose. It has disease ,1 poisons sway. AI roar daJc a.' ';

not happened in manycases that a

++++-MI1111 ii 111111++*** THE PARCEL POST, CAUSES THE I ++++I' I 11' 1111 1111111 ++*"*'* government reservation has been

+ TOWN: OF. TROPIC. + found and pronounced perfectly.suit

,+ A WORN SUBJECT.- + BIG CATTLE SHIPMENTS.. +: able. In fact the Pensacola reservation -

I ffifff1'fffffMfi'ifff + + is about the only governmentowned -

: I How I,One Fruit of the Grower Parcel Took.Post..Advantage *****# 1111111111II ***** land'available for the p.urpose. MERCHANTS. i i ii

There it is proposed to use a part of '
j At the risk of wearing holes in a Lake Butler stands way up yonder ?
the naval reservation just east of the
already threadbare, the State when it comes to cattle shipments.
tJ'. board subject of health is again calling attention Washington, D. C., July 2. Tropicwas Other sections of the state may put army post of Fort'Barrancas. Don't forget to take an itemized inventory once, a JI
small dot the
) to the matter of malaria in this a mighty on map in their claims for big shipments, and ;.

> state. I in the orange belt of Florida until the beat us a few head, but what do we Cured of v Indigestion.Mrs. every year; your policy requires it. ;;This is very ; f

parcel post 'came along and letteredits care .for that? We sent a big Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa., ,. .-,
away
There, are several features of this in red ink.:: You tell when fire
name shipment and still have some left.. was bothered with indigestion. "Mystomach mportant. can never : a Will'1, !
which hardly be too fre-
affliction can The products, consisting principallyof pained me night and day," ,r{
Bradford does not have to takea
The first is that county Be with .,
quently emphasized. citrus fruits, were at the mercyof back seat when cattle are being she writes. "I would feel bloated and come. sure you comply every condition ,

J t 1 it is unnecessary, entirely unnecessary the transportation companies until talked about, for those shipped from have headache and belching after eat ., "J m
have it if he doesn'tI
"'' .- -no one need the parcel post law pointed out the here last week were the equal of ing. I also suffered from- constipa $

., "i, I! nomic want to.disease Second, that, it'is reduces a very to uneco-a low way of its difficulties. Its orchardswere we have seen sent out of Florida. any tion. My daughter also used Chamberlain's J. R. Davis & Co., Starke, Fla.:. ,
wealth that be
: producing might did her
? t Shipments of this section have Tablets and they so

j stage the physical'and mental reduces pro- classed as "untold" if only the fruit been.heavy of late, something like much good that she, gave me. a few -
i ductiveness of the individual,
could be sent to markets but the railroads three thousand head having been load- doses of them and insisted upon my !
ambi.'f'
his desire and his
his -
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energy
unreasonable and the
were express them helped me as
below the ed at this station in the past few trying They I -
'tion to accomplish, far normaL r
| companies were prohibitive in weeks. nothing else has done." For sale by ;
While the disease is not considered their tariffs. The fruit was allowedto all dealers.. S
Last week Messrs. Kennard & Shaw
: fatal to any large degree, it the Bradford
the because
rot on ground markets County
lowers the resisting force and makes and were busy buying up a big lot of cat-
closed them
to things
were :
to Oklahoma
of tle for shipment City WARNING. v
for the entrance
easier the way
black for the of
mighty people
were Okla., for the 101 ranch. These were
more serious ailments. until providentially the Stockholders of the Florida Fire &
Tropic par- loaded on cars Thursday and in the Abstract Company
i There is. no scale by which the cel post came to the rescue. early evening a solid train of fourteencars Casualty Insurance Co., are warned :

tt weakening capacity of malaria may be Geo. F. Ensey, a Tropic fruit grower pulled out for the west. The against selling their stock to any par- A complete record Bradford County: lands

measured, but no one who has watched is given credit for the metamorphosis buying"was done from several of the ties who may make efforts by false
Land Titles Real Estate Inv
intelligently the progress of the of the town. When the express farmers around Lake Butler.,The cat statements as to the value of the 4 atmeDti. -

disease in even a few cases, can fail companies were charging a dol- tle were routed via Memphis, Tenn., stock, to purchase it at far under its .p'"'

to have noticed this effect lar a box of oranges to the northern at which point they were scheduled to true value, and stockholders are re- .- ,-<,;2>",-'.

a The malarial parasite has been markets and the railroads asserted be fed and put through' the dipping quested to communicate any such JIJ

identified under the microscope. Its they had no freight cars for fruit, Mr. facts to the company. Stockholdersare

picture has been taken and its habits Ensey, with a copy of the parcel post process.Shipment was made over the A. C. also,requested to place their fire

i ,. have been definitely described. Not law in his hand, began to "figure." L. Railway, and Mr. L. N. Hansell, and other insurance with their own r

only has the medical profession provided Then he wrote to all dealers within a train master of that road, was here company and induce' their friends .to The keynote of. .

a simple cure for the disease, radius of 500 miles, offering them from Gainesville to superintend the do the same. k .

but, better yet, it has discovered a oranges in small lots at prices con work and see that accomodations Florida Fire & Casualty Insurance Co.MASTER'S hr :

method, of prevention. It has been siderably ,below the wholesale price were ample. SmIG1 Premier

established as a fact that if once this established by the commission houses. at <
The farmers of this section have SALE.

parasite could be campletely eradicated The retailers read Mr. Ensey's letter been raising cattle for a good many Notice ia hereby 'given that under an* uy ", t.,
from given section, the disease virtue of a: final decree of foreclosure made
x any and smiled dubiously.The Efficiency
L years, and the point we wish to, make and rendered June 2nd. 1914, by the Judgeof
itself would disappear, never to plan, they thought, was hardly advantages the Circuit Court of the Eight Judicial -
is the .
and emphasize superior '
Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford County -
{ return except by importation. It has feasible, but if Ensey wanted to mail of Bradford county as,a placeto in chancery in favor of J. S. Bhoden. *$&vw%
4n. been done within certain well known wanted less than complainant, and against J. A. Wainrigbt ; -
them oranges and he :
make a business of raising cattle and his wife Lettie Wainright. defendant, 3; t
1i." limits of several foreign countries. they were already paying, and he was for market purposes. The range for the courthouse undersigned door at will Starke.offer for Florida aale during before the the is its key-forevery-character keyboard. One simple stroke

So often has the cycle of malarial able to make deliveries in good order 6. 191. -
feeding is good, if not superior to other legal hours of sale on Monday July J
infection and reinfection been describ- and he wanted in advance- to the highest and beet bidder for cash the character. This makes .
no money I sections, which brings the cost qf following described real estate lying and being prints any a keyboard surpassing( "
z edthat a repetition can bring information well, they thought they might try it. raising to maturity to a low figure. in Bradford County..Florida to-wit-
A of land in the town of Starke.
to few intelligent Floridiajs. The Ensey's orders at first were small. There is a splendid opportunity for Florida piece beginning at the northwest comer simplicity; easy to learn; easy to, operate; and its e6L i
parasite exists in the blood of the human He packed his oranges into crates of post of the southwest quarter of southwest ,.
in this business in this
to ,
men engage quarter of section 28 township 6 south range
: xs patient. By the bite of the is taken Ano- not more than eleven pounds, and he county and make money. 22 thence east south and 418 running feet thence thence west east 484 484 feet feet,, ciency is attested by a vast army of loyal users.

: pheles mosquito the parasite sent out good oranges. The fruit Those who contemplate going into thence North 418 feet to said point of beginning .
'into the system of the mosquito where were willing to trust Ensey '
I growers this or any other business in Florida A. CHEWS,
it passes through a period and process ,' for their money, and Ensey.was willing want to remember that while this I 6-5-6L Special Master is Chancery. m
of further development and by the "outof town" dealersso II I ; -
to trust has over other
state advantages NOTICE
the bite of the same mosquito it is he his plan under Or GUARDIAN'S SALE. Model 10 dT7
got way.
states in many ways, there is no place catiioono dan ono ice of the firsttpubtlie
rtransferred to the blood of a new hu It wasn't very long before Ensey I will
i for the man who: is not willing to Honorable Geo. A. Gardiner County Judgeof
>JD victim. The process is repeated began getting repeat orders accompanied work. But if are possessed of Bradford county Florida for an order to
indefinitely 'and the disease is, spread checks for his last shipment you sell at private sale the undivided ene-eteventh
by
energy and will exert an equal amount interest each of Bertha andAlbertha Lewis
through a constantly widening circle In a little while the'postmaster minor heirs of John Lewis deceased, ia and Visible
do in the north the
S here that you re- to the following parcel of hand situate fa
.: of human beings. at Tropic began to complain of turns will be greater here-Lake Butler ( Bradford county. Florida. and described as
I this cycle of development follows, to-wit:
Li To'interrupt over-work because of Ensey's parcel Times. Northwest quarter of Southwest quarter of

i at any stage is to interrupt and post shipments, but Ensey wasn't Section Nine Township SevenRange Twenty
East, less Five acres South of railroad.
w atop the disease. To prevent the inoculation I through. Also South half of Southwest quarter of
of the mosquito by the human A STRANGE CASE. Northwest quarter of Section Nine, Township Y'
: Also :Mails Vegetables.The Seven South of Range Twenty East containing ri
host, and to prevent the inoculation is all Fifty-five (55) acres more ..rleu.
infected orange season drew to a close Suit to Gain Possession of Man's .
YS of the nfW human victim by the
e CHARITY LEWIS
and to branch out in
mosquito-that's all there is to Ensey began Vital Organs. Guardian of said minor
.1 business. He tried tomatoes and the U-lit.
.
is ,resolved ,down to -
., it. The matter
zl i results were as good, if not better, '
Winfield Jones
don't )
(By
i the ver ysimple proposition MASTER'S BALL
than those obtained from the orange Notice is hereby given that under and by
bitten the Washington D. C., June 28.Oneof
allow yourself to be by mos .1
t. mail order scheme. Ensey found that virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made
quito. the strangest cases ever filed in and rendered June 3rd. 1914 by the Judge
he could pack his tomatoes in small of the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
( In the particular case of the Anopheles the United States Supreme court I Circuit of Florida in and for Bra.uordcountJ'
the matter is made even more boxes, stick on some stamps and reapa reached there when an appeal .was I in chancery, in favor of Jennie M .
Hodges Hoffman and her husband R. R. Hoffman "'
simple by the known fact that its profitStill docketed from a Maryland court or- and W. B. Harvard Complainants, and .
Ensey'would not stop. He against Ethalena Campbell and her husband
working hours are confined strictly to der for the appointment of a recevierto .E. T. Campbell defendants, the undersignedwill
; the early evening and night included beans, peppers, pineapplesand take possession of the vital organsof offer for sale before the courthouse doorat Smith Premier Department
f .1' cucumbers in his marketing Stsrke Florida, during the legal hours of

'What's the remedy? system a dead man for chemical examina- sale on Monday July 6th 1914. t othe high- Remington Typewriter Company
,
and Uncle Sam carried away his est and best bidder for cash the following
SCREENS. That's the 'solution, : tion.The described real estate lying and being in the I Incorpmted
and safe and complete. The stuff as fast as he could wrap it up. case grows out of the fight town of Starke. County of Bradford. State of
simple Now it is not known whether Ensey Florida to-wit: 226 W. Bay St., Jacksonville,
,
only precaution to be added is that over the million dollar insurance car- Lots One, Two. Three and Four of Block
had included the possiblity of an in- One of J. G. Alvares Addition to the Townof Florida
the'screens should not be put up as if ried by Edward 0. Painter, a businessman Stance Section Twenty-eight, Township

' ; were building a chickenhouse, full creased weight limit in his plans or of Jacksonville, Fla., when he Six. South of Range Twenty-two EastA. .. .... :J:. _""" ...
; you S. CREWS,
r whether he was just lucky enoughto .
of,holes and loose around the edges. fell overboard from a ferry boat at Special Master in Chancery.
have it turn out that way, but ,the A. Z. Adkins. Solicitor for Complainants.June .
Jacksonville 21 1913 and
It should be literally mosquitoproof.At :, April was 5-61
first thing Tropic and Ensey knew,
all the windows and outside doors drowned.

and around the porch that is used as the postmaster general had boosted Painter was seized with violent vomiting MASTER'S SALE.
the weight limit to fifty pounds and Notice is hereby given that under and by
sitting room in the evening, over and when he went to the rail virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made
" where the Ensey found that' small packageswere of the boat fell into the water. Upon and rendered June Srd 1914, by the Judgeof When You WantA
,. the beds and at every place the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial
1 insect gain admission to the no longer necessary. recovery of the body his vital organs Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford
:, may Today Ensey is handling, direct to county, in chancery in favor of O. L. Thomas,
members of the family. The screen were sent,by the family physician to and against L. C. Smith and Lilla Smith
the Florida retailers in all parts of the southern Baltimore for examination. his wife defendant, the undersigned will offer .
is a necesisary part of for sale before the courthouse door at
I house; no home in this state is safe states, about all the beans, pineapples, Dr. Charles Glasor, in whose custody '- Starke, Florida, during the legal hours of Horse A Mule
tomatoes, oranges and cucumbersthat sale on Monday July 6th 1914, to the high- .
or'comfortable without it. And it they were placed, was enjoinedby est and best bidder for cash the following i
I Tropic can grow. Uncle Sam is described real estate lying and being in the '-'
its from
and fitted to insurance turning
should ,be constructed an company town of Raiford. County of Bradford State f
a place with as much care as the front finding his business at Tropic heavier the organs over to the widow and of Florida to-wit:
I v each month. The fruit have Commencing at the South-east corner of A A
door or the windows in their casings. growers daughter for burial before the com- the South-east quarter of the North-west Buggy Wagon
of the individual to stopped fussing with the express com- which had issued an accident quarter of 'the North-east quarter, and running
the
t It is duty pany
North 210 feet for a point of beginning: :
avoid malaria, a' duty that each,one panies, and the railroads are leavingit 'policy to Painter, had an opportunityto thence running West 210 feet: thence North I st
to Ensey] And the retailers who 210 feet; thence East 210 feet: thence South T
owes to himself and to the community examine them. 210 feet to the place of beginning of Section

f t in which he lives. buy from undersell Ensey are the finding commissionmen. that En- Then the lower court, at the instance containing 18 Township One 6,Acre South more of or Range less 21 with East all A ,set of Harness f fJ

sey can of the insurance company, appointed the appurtenances thereunto belonging. }
,
A. ,
Severe Attack of Colic Cured. a receiver to take charge of Special SCREWS Chancery.
II -- --- the and to make chemical \. Z. Adkins Solicitor for Complainant.
E. E. Cross, who travels in Virginia organs a June 6-SL Com to 'See Us3
and other Southern States, was taken Best Diarrhoea Remedy. examination. The state courts in \ ; t

and severely ill with colic. At If you have ever used Chamber Maryland held that the provision in NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE.
sudenly lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea : the insurance policy giving the cam- Thirty days after date hereof I will apply We tar
the first store he'came to the merchant to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county judge buy in lots and give our .customers -
: Chamberlain'sColic Remedy you know that,it is a success. pany a right of examination was superior of Bradford county. Florida, for an order to
Eis
: recommended 'sell at private sale the undivided one-third the benefit of the lowest prices.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Sam. F. Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes: to any property right the wid- interest each of Wilber and Carl Andrews ,,
"I had measles and got caught out ow or daughter might have in the re minor heirs of W. T. Andrews, deceased, in
doses of it cured him. No one
Two and to the following lands situate in Bradford -
with in the rain, and it settled in my stomach mains.It county. Florida and described as fol-
home
4 should leave on a journey and bowels. I had an awful time, was to get a review of such a decision lows, to-wit:
out a bottle of ,this preparation. For North East Quarter of North East Quarter I. AN'RES i iI
and had it not been for Chamberlain'sColic that the case was brought to of !(section Four Township Five South & SON
3:: i1. sale by all dealers.NOT Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedyI the supreme court. Range Twenty East VERGIE ANDREWS.

o!.O' could not have possibly lived but a Guardian for said minors. '

t IN THE BUSINESS.: few hours longer, but thanks to this The military authorities are desirous .

{" Federal Judge Landis of Chicago remedy, I am now well and strong." of using a part of the naval re NOTICE. I \&

it was asked the other day to appoint For sale by all dealers. servation at Pensacola, Fla., for a meet The on board the first of Monday county commissioners of July as a board will Stark*, Florida

f. for a certain saloon. "I for the mobolization of of equalisation for the purpose of equalising
camp troops 'the taxes of
1914 and hearing eonrilainta and
$ gone out of the retail: liquor business Only One "BROMO QUININE"To should such action become necessary,, 'receiving testimony as to the value of any
," ,replied the judge. "I'll order 'property. real or personal as fixed by the .
and the
ret the cemfoe.catl<< tan Mine. LAXA. Navy Department had indi- county assessor of taxes as provided for in Sd +
.: the receiver to close the business at; Section 23. Acts of .
TIVHBROMOQUUUNE. Lookforsinatureof cated that it has 1907.
B.w.GROVE. Care a Cold U One Day. Stop no objection to the w. T. WEEKS. The $1.5.Q Ye
once. ,coach: and headache. and verka ofi cold. 2Ic: :. project The location is convenient Clerk and Auditor. of board of county: comBJnionen. Telegraph ;Per


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! .< f t' :Parker, an ,18-year old youth, played -
: ;{ 'i T :the role of hero at an early hour this

r: IVE : NEWS ![:morning when he'ran from his home ,
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'about three miles north of the city on

w the river division of the Tampa Elec-

t-, tric company to the home of Mrs. Health Drinks"y

(Tihg. That, Are Happening All Over Florida I Emma Hazard and rescued Mrs Hazard
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from the buring house. Parker
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As, Told By Our_ Exchanges. I.saw Mrs. Hazard's house afire. Whenhe $

.1 got there the women, evidently bewildered -j

and blinded by smoke, was
The laboring people of Key West courthouse, replacing the structure 'lashing around in the front room of For" the Hot Weather '

; I: ,ltd week Issued eiruclars taking their lost in the recent conflagarationl: The the house. He ran to the window and

i|Y., eonjrsdes' to refrain from eating meat commissioners-have allowed this question smashing it in, grabbed Mrs. Hazard .

,-:sntfl ita prices are reduced. tti' to drift along since the fire in order and brought her out She was un- I II
What
! : I that their entire attention mightbe harmed. She had been awakened by is more refreshing and health-building: during the

focussed upon the inauguration of the crackling of the flames but was '
so
worthless and
forged long hot than
: So many summer good bottled beer? Our
. have been put into circulation the work upon the permanent surfacing bewildered that she lost her presence i pure
of the county's main highways.A of mind and would have perished but brands have world-wide
it ?ensacola that it baa been neces- 9r- a reputation for Purity Quality
t'f :for Parker's timely ,
-.rj to call in a Pinkerton man. appearance. '
disastrous fire occurred at Clearwater 4--. and Flavor. f { y4s

,UJ Easton, Maderia, a thirteen year old June 23,'totally destroying the Once, maybe twice, before we discussed -, l
planing mill, novelty works, crate mill the merits of the mulberry in '
holds the record for fishing
:?'youngster pfar this, season. He caught a 55- and lumber yard belonging to Men- Florida, but its virtues are of too I Bottled Beer WorthWhile :' : : .

. :*pound tarpon near Egmont Key. denhall &: Wyatt and the packing great consequence to stop its praise I ,
, ) *, A A house of Crutchfield & Woolfolk. The until every lover, of small fruit has I .

;:' The',National Guard of Florida will Pinellas Citrus Exchange packing acquainted him self with the mulberry -{ Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart VeribestBeer ; ,

/cne&mp' at Black Point, near Jack- house was saved. The loss to Men- as it is known to a few, at least; j Bottled Beer PiUener Style ,
Bottled
specially for .Florida.
denhall & will be about
Wyatt $60,000 in Ft Lauderdale. The mulberry
inclusive. may ,
OBviOe, from July 10 to 19, .
with insurance of $35,000. Crutchfield"Woolfolk's Known and sold the world Has been well and Brewed from choice malts and
,Thi first and second regiment will be propagated by sticking a small' over. favorably known '
; loss is estimated Absolutely the best bottled h ops. A great f aVln eo One ,
at beer
$12- .
participate in the encampment shoot or limb into the ground. It for its high quality for over 30 E
: +-0--9 000, insured for $5,000. It is believedthe grows rapidly and in two or three i that can be produced. Ask any years. Must be good. Try 'it order will make you & steady 4.
customer.
:, A peanut oil mill may be established fire was of incendiary origin. years you may gather the fruit It body. ,

; at Gainesville in the near future,. 0-0-0 usually bears two or three crops and 1- Dot, small__________.__$1.50 Per case, 1 doz. small, ----$ 1.00 1 Dozen -- :----.---. $ 1.00 f
5 Dozen ______
__
,:tj4 officials of the board of trade, fair An order directing the appointmentof the berry is nearly or quite equal to j 5 Dop., small ______ __$ '6.00 Per ease, 5 doz. small, $455 $4.00
--- 10 Dozen (1 Cask ___.__. 1.00
) $
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board and others of that city are in- a receiver'for the vital organs of the best wild blackberry of the north 10 Doz 3
small ----------$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50 5 cask
rested.' They have also interested Edward 0. Painter, late of Jackson" or west. Though not so rich, nor so Lots per cask, ,___$ 7.51 1v
, ,
ft'.Rowers of the peanut. ville, was docketed in the supreme tart, it is not the slimy, flat berry F Fi

t t ,;, court of the United States from found throughout the Mississippi val- EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE
,f
; I dairy at Cutler, recently died as a overboard from a ferry boat at Jack- the climatic conditions that gives the }

i I) 'result of eating a'can of white lead sonville .and was drowned in April, mulberry its qualities here, we are BIG MONEY THIS t
I teflon the"premises by painters. The 1913. An insurance company havinga unable to say, but they are of such I SUMMER

ll. lots is'estimated at over 1000. large policy on his life demanded a superiority as to warrant everyone I
l 4-0- chemical examination of the vital or- who has a lot in planting a tree along'

!*1 LThe*:( ''summer school at the State gans, and a receiver- ,is appointed. for with the grapefruit, orange, banana Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at profit.: ,
J. College.for Women'at Tallahassee has this purpose. and papaya.-Ft| Lauderdale Herald. Do not delay stock these brands '
4-4-. and you will have the most popular stand in town :end at .'
t.j 'opened: most auspiciously. On the the end of the i
t season made a profit that will mean in the bank.
;
i[ ](first day there were over one hundred L. B. Mann, a prominent growerof |(The record breaker in Fort Meade money -
1 applicants for admission and the pros- Monroe, brought in a wagon load of watermelons for the present season '

!,ifpect for a. splendid session was never watermelons yesterday that were the was brought to the Leader office Mon- Summer Drinks That Sell ,

f .'brighter finest that has graced the local mar day by D. U. Manley, and, believe us, .

t1' ,' .' -0-9 ket this season. He made the Her it atracted some attention. The melon NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. ; i'' .
t i 1; Machinery for the largest cane mill ald a present of one that,weighed 53 weighed forty-nine and three-fourths The best light brew made. Less !
| ". fa" the state has been ordered by a and one-half pounds on the scales, and pounds, is sixty inches in length and than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled Non-untoxlcating. Less than 2 All tie best kinds in stock for "

,| ,'company composed of St. Petersburg it was solid and firm clear through. It thirty-three inches in circumference.It special for prohibition territory.per cent alcohol Refreshing and immediate shipment. .
;
j 'men. The mill will have a capacityi is a new brand of melons recently discovered required every muscle of.Mr. Man- As near real beer as possible. healthful .
:
i "sixty tons .of the raw material a by a Georgia grower and is ley to carry this melon. This was one 10-Doz Cask ------------,. $8.50 10-Doz Cask ____?,________ $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon C-; 60c.
I :clay and will be in operation in time called the Excel and described in of several large melons from the .
::1; ;to dispose of the next crop. i another part of this paper. It is certainly .same patch. They were grown on the All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Wanf Us to

-4-0 rightly named, for if any of Jones estate: by W. G. Smith who I Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles: '

:j There is possibility that the Pal- them excel this melon they, will haveto came here six months ago from Lau F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. .
r fmetto ProductionbCo., of New York go some.-Sanford Herald. 'rel, Miss. This farm is four miles iI
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jj [will establish a factory, at New Smy- I I northeast of.town. Mr. Smith is de- :
s' ',ins for the purpose'of manufacturing Washington, June 26.10000 will' lighted with his experimental farm- CHAS. BLUMCOMPANY\ 3

_, :'fibre from. .the leaves of the saw pal- be available to the state of Florida for ing in Florida and thinks there is no .

[ttetto,-says the New Smyrna Breeze. the asking on. Wednesday cf next place as good as Fort Meade and '
'. Established Over 25 Years
+-+ week (July: 1) and it is expected that Polk County. This melon is of the and Absolutely Reliable 1-

It is rumored that the liquor interests the state will make the necessary arrangements Tom Watson variety. No special effort Jacksonville '
't of Plant to financa to take it The Florida
\ City are away. i was made to grow these fine ,
"' a 'new paper for that city-a daily. money is appropriated in the Smith. melons, no irrigation being necessary,
1< Editor Thomas, of the Courier, has Lever agricultural bill, and is a con- neither did he 'cover the plants during 1

: .4 been .a fearless fighter for morals tribution to state farmers cooperativework. the cold weather tb past winter.Ft. 'j.-
:.i and decency; and its'dollars to doughnuts Under this legislation the,government Meade Leader. suspect that all was not right. The'I ,;;:,

.-'<]; -a half ,dozen whiskey dailies will give an initial sum of family consisted of the editor and his Oar Watch and Clock Repairing 1

,. would not Jut 'him out of business. $lOOOO to the state and in increasingst'm Major F. E. Day, who is recognizedas daughter. lIe is a man of medium Will more than please 1:
9-0-0 annually in proportion to the 'one of the most successful nimrods size, gray hair, peculiar brown eyes you. Estimates given + v
4 In ,the editor's front yard there growth of the_ rural population cf this section cf the state, having and "used to be a school teacher and cheerfully.vice. Prompt ser .j
MI stands a'gu ya tree that is more than condition that the state or local subdivision I landed some of ths finest catches of very fond of little girls." The daugh-t "'e Pay Parcel Poet / i
f eight, feet'.high and is loaded with thereof gives "dollar for dol- this, as' well as other seasons, has ter is tall, dark and generally assistsin I 1 Charges One War.JEWELRY "
the printing office. Mr. Lockwood > DIAMONDS / / :j
"
t fruit One year,ago this tree was rot lar. about escbewed the simp sport of j I
AOVELT1ES J
f; more than afoot high. Not a pound 4 playing with sixand: -eight-pound appeared abnormally jealous of his ,I
I of fertilizer,has been used and it has W. W. Chose, C. L. Morrison, Henry I trout; at'the endbf a line and has gone "daughter," hardly allowing her out R. J. RILES .l

had no'care whatever. Like Topsy, Pearson, Mel WHsoih, W.T. Hurst, Al-;;,in for bigger fish, and is now catch- of his sight, and barring gentleman" JaeknoBTllle, FU. j
I .
".it' just growed."-Zolfo Springs lea Durrance, Mark, Sam and Grover i ins sharks. Responding to an invitation caners Twe weeks ago, the daugh--Ii .
> Truth.I Bowen, Jim Singletary and W. I. Col- i from Mr. John Boswell, to ac- ter" left home and Lockwood, it is ---, -- '1
44. lins motored out to Grassy creek on Mm to his delightful home alleged began to surround himself I change I Why, Mr. J. J.,Morgan had-! ++++++++#t+t+++lt+++4'++
company
(| .Walter Ilaywood Green, a- NSW; Tuesday, on' another bear hunt. The Escabanna Point, he took a'day with a bevy of young girls whom he I used a King road drag for a short. + ..+
.York arrived in S. Barefoot Dean i Ion treated to candy, took to the movies I while, that all. Just + i
j newspaper, man, Fensacola party was joined by {off and, in company with Mr. Boswell, was one man SEABOARD. TIME TABLE. +
:Wednesday with his 'wife, inn T. R. Dover and sons, A. A. McLeod, : enioyed tr* rare sport of landing several and to whom he gave, rings,and cheap i[ and a team and that drag had done + ---- +

) 18-foot canoe, having made the R. Cheatum, Bob Hughs, M. Mcln- ; young sharks Wednesday of this I I jewelry, saying "I want you to be the work and the bill for the taxpayers + The following schcduL, is +
(trip from the metropolis in the boat, tire, M. Watts and otherS of Bartow, ;week. Mr. Day intimated that for my sweetheart." Then it is alleged,I! to foot will be less than $2. The .i + now in effect: +

',;via the Erie canal, Lake Erie, through and Bennett and sons, Jim Pollard, "'. eating the small fish undoubtedly began a series of invitations to various I'road drag-the man who invented it + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa +

''Ohio, down the Ohio river, down the.Mississippi Elmer, Bloom, Eollis and others of :nave one on the shark, but for real little girls to visit him alone in should have babies named after him, + due at Starke 11:02 A. M. +

; and by inland waterways Bareah. The merry hunting party gamey fishing, he says, catching the his home or the newspaper office. One and may his feet press the golden + No. 1, Jacksonville'.to Tami._ .
"Mm New Orioans! to Pensacola. They succeeded in bagging a bear after a shark Is hard to teat Milton Ga evening neighbors are alleged to have I streets when he leaves''this world. + pa, due at Starke 11:14 P. M. +
left New York last Ft Meade seen him taking an uncomplimentaryattitude I The road drag it be used
August. and exciting chase.- more. + :
merry zette.Tampa.Spineless. No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce'P :fi
", .... .... ...... toward two little girls whom It is
'*' Leader. 0-4-. the cheapest way to make a good + dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 ,* : k;
The Palm Beach w he had coaxed over to his front road when used the i '
+- Post tells of a novel cactus as a forage at right time. Use + P. M. '
{ design adopted by a resident of Fifty thousand crossties will be I crop Is to be tested out under the porch. Within a day or so the chil- the drag. When used promptly just + No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville +

.Mangortia, tear West Palm Beach. shipped from Pensacola each month I,direction of the Tampa Board of dren told their parents of his alleged after the March rains end, it will level + due at Starke 3:49 P. M. + '
:'Edward Fowler is bulding a fine house in the future according to a representative (Trade. It proposes to arrange with I actions and the horsewhipping followed -. down the ruts and ridges and insure + No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville + -

with" a hallway diagonally across both of a New York contractingfirm I I the Luther Burbank company for the I Ii as soon as the father of the smoother traveling the whole + due at Starke 4:54 A. M. +

upper and lower floors. This gives who bas opened offices here and j'(I i I i setting out plants in this county by I girls had gathered: alleged ample evi- year through. But to be really effective + No. 14, Cedar Key t; Jacksonville +

't\'erT'room"a right'oblique or left will ship out the first cargo of 30,000 ;: co-operation with farmers and dairy- I II' dence. it should be used after, each wet + due at Starke 9:21 +
i bBqw wall and the number of queer ties next month. The company says'' .Ti. A careful watch will be kept 1 1I ."- *&*P1' closets and nooks is unusual the class of ties secured here aw bet- 1 Ito I' determine the practicability of the! USE THE ROAD DRAG. + + m i

';:ind .ttractive.-Times-Union' Short ter than at any other point and that j!'I growing of the spineless cacti in this When will our people appreciatethe 1++++++11111 H r4 1111 ++..'++ + Starke and Wannee Bran V +

itaDte the rail and water rates are cheaper"excepting soil and climate. The forage value isI value of the split log drag? When + + + .; '+

!It 9-- over the L. & N. The rates !j I I well known, the wizard of the world will they quit thinking that they can + + + No. 101 leaves Starve: 6:45 ,,1
\.f is'more than probabthat thefeesdgn forties over that road are four times of horticulture, asserts it is becauseof have passable highways only by the : + ---- + + A. M. '; '+

of state-wide prohibition win as high as the lumber rates and the its value as a food, and because it spending of thousands and thousandsof 4 BAPTIST v. C. M. Brit- .. + No. 104. arrives at Starke +
attia i be submitted to the people of company has taken the matter up be- is greatly relished by all herbivorous dollars for surfaced roads, and thatif + ton. Sunday school, 3:45 A. + + 2:45 P. M. ,+ *.

...Florida in 1916, as the anti-saloon fore the Interstate Commission for''animals, that the plant has developedthe a county cannot afford these, 'the + M. Morning service, 11:00; + + 'M SHow
'resins has the necessary number of adjustment Monday 10,000will be spines. The opuntias. as one specie people must pull along through mud '+ 'evening service, 7:00. Visitors + + Limited Trains +

'd. .pledrs from thow who will compose brought from the Choctawhatchee is known, has in its natural state and ruts till Gabriel blows his horn? + cordially invited to worship + + -- '+
411eaext, legislature to the con- bay barges and schooners. 'i I + with +
: pass points on 'a defense that'offeetually, protects it us.EPISCOPALRev. + No. 9, Jacksonville teTam-- +
When will each to
;. ,'*te tional amendment through both ,, +. I I[farm animals of every kind. Bur- some farmer for county dragging arrange the + + 'Ie 'pa, due at Starke.12 i'. M. + -

,. .:'tmt:ass Sonata" and the House.-Gaines4Mr. Fernandina is to have a new indus- bank has cultivated the cactus and pay road nearest him after each wet + E. A. + I + No. 10, Tampa to Jatbon- +
SUD. try of considerable proportions in the + Sherrod, rector. Services first + + vile
!j 1 through his experimnets developedthe ? due at Starke 6:10: P M. .+ =
spell
t 1r way of a factory for the canning of spineless cacti. It responds wellto I + Sunday in every month. + + T. J. Griffin, Agent." + '
and Mrs. T. S. Watt have is- shrimp and oysters. In this connec- cultivation, and can be utilized as a And wr.''i will you, Mr. Reader- + + ; +

:;i d'carda announcing the marriage I tion Mr. William Gorenflo, of Biloxi, forage ill year round. With the regulation -when will you talk over this matter + CHRISTIAN Rev. Ernest f ..... III Uti+#+4"#.'0!++

K, their daughter, Mrs. Edna Watt I Miss., representing the firm of Duri- of man, so that continued production with your county commissioners and + House, pastor. Services on + -->-- .
: :
Wishart, to Mr. Pleasant .Holt, the: bar, Lopez & Dukate, of New Or- is assured, the spineless cactus your road authorities? :+ morning and evening of each +

l4urriage having occurred at their leans, has secured a long time lease exists without the spines which We have printed stories enourrh Co + second and fcurth Sunday oA + S1CT fAMILY h01tL is
l Vane in Atlanta in June 13. Mr. Holt with the privjje of a purchase, on nature provided it for its own protec- show the value of the drag, but lire's + the month. + roa OtJA800K :
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;!>1''b ;'one., of Jacksonville's, leading citi- the old ovster factory, from the Dock tion. I another from the Monroe Enquirer + + T :

ft'was and is wellrknown over the state. ar>d Realtv Co.,.and will at once establish I 4-4- thr>t we pass along: I.i + PRESBYTERIAN-No regular +: HOTELWINDIE :

| Re iii prominent politician, and his a Branch factory in this city j I I| Crvstal River, June 24-ISlX""i-n- I "People coming to Monroe over the + pastor. Sunday school at + Cool tomfonabla sad 1DOkra.i '
lfrfnds: here'and elsewhere will learn to be known as the Femandina Pac' -Editor P. B. Lockwocd formerly of Wadesboro road last Saturday morn + 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. + Convenient to llealllihip data. } :
:=i pith teat interest of his marriage irk Company. This new plant pro Lake Butler, Fla, but for a few weeks ing found a rough piece of road f-om + + JACKSONVI S edaIA thE llllft'n. 'LO,",l' A'' a '}.

':!::'{;!.to-'farming yom Atlanta woman. noses to can other products, such as in charge of the Crystal River News, Rock Rest to Lee's Mill, the whrrl + Rev. B. T. +

'-i iij- 4----. tomatoes, okra, fruits, etc., as soon as was treated to a horsewhipping a d rots deep and many of them and +. Rape, pastor. Sunday school + To Give Quinine To ;Children.to .: I
t.:\lt'J.tiue.-As soon as the such things can be sunplied in sufficient ordered to leave town yesterday by travel slow and difficult. Returning + at 9:45 A. M. Morning ,ser4' FEDItn.mE It thetrlde-awtt DUll iotnft .a
l go i I't'l'd bonds are satisfactorily dis-" quantities to the in found that + vice 11:00 o'clock Improftd Quiufae. It aaTWeleuBS'raprDina
justify
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I plant the father of two girls eirbt and e.!v- that same afternoon they ; evening + ant 10 tate and does tot disturb tM ItOltlCL.:
; 'r fFi ard'tte work upon the brie'I h?.ndll p. rich products. Fernandina en years of *"e, to whom Editor l/Kk- some stretch of road finer than any$3c60amile + service, 7:30 o'clock. Visitors Also ChiJdrea espeelany tate it alld fever bow it t. Q ma ne.,, .
r' ',r'Yb: .Ft" rte', the n"r ty conmisV -I l ews-P. cord. '1 1i;wood it is alleged, had beet trvh! to macadam road, 'a + cordially invited to attend + take OI'diDary Qniuiue adapted Does to adult sot sweats.ho cannot Df
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t iiaferi' tent Tehpfl YOU__ DO NOT*;OWNn THE: BOY, ant ,churches, 'that are.,fundamental TAKE NO CHANCES ON THE 4TH.Don't 4ftl.ffffd'fffffftft SEND US"YOUK" '

,This is the time of the.year when The great majority of Catholics and talk politics on the.Fourth. ., :ORDERS
Protestants recognize the difference Don't on a crowded excursion. THE FLORIDA t '-
: go PRESS.
the Boy announces that he' has 'de I BEAMS '
t'ud Distance rhoDe! the with dignity and becoming tolerance, Don't be,ashamed to be patriotic. f Mfffffffft ;tl
car. Loc Long tided to be a Great.Detective and CHANNELS 1;
but a- few extremists on both.sides Don't get overheated early in the
ffff fff
Number 40 father says: he is to be a Minister of ANGLES' AND ;
,
indulge'in bigoted expressions."For
1 6 the Gospel or a Successful Broker! day.Don"t L'Engle 'blamed 'his defeat ALL SHAPES ?'
instance the Journal receives .carry loose powder in your upon 4
.the"wne"ofthe
'Published weekly, and entered as, This-is year when frequent anonymous letters objectingto pocket. rheumatism. A lame excuse.Clearwater AND SIZES "J_

f \second class matter at' the poet.o ice the Boy'wouJd give with a lot father'if he could end the printing of the Catholic news. 'Don't laugh at' the drum major- Daily Sun; BOILER PLATE 'ft' "i'
talk things over .
% at Starke, Florida. This is the worst form of bigotry, so pity him. TANK STEEL ,'ft. .
mother in a way they would understand ,GALVANIZED .
: ,
He has observed since his babyhood un-American as to merit contempt. Don't put'aU your. fireworks in one It begins'to look as though, instead f

<-: E. S. Matthews, Editor ,and Owner '' that his individual opinions "One of the great underlying principles heap. pf Mexico having peace any time soon, COPPER AND : it'

F. E. Robbing, ,__ Associate Editor, aro'not worth a tinker lithe eyes cf of the constitution is freedomof Don't drive a'nervous horse on the she will have pieces.-Florida Metropolis. ZINCSHEETj' ;

and Busineu,.Manager his individual parents. Father calmly religious opinion. The Protestant Fourth. __ TRUSS RODS "'-

and' the Catholic and the Jew can STAY BOLTS
Don't think powder is a respecter -
announces what he is expected to do '
; FRIDAY JULY 3RD, 1914. God in accordance with STRUCTURAL {
worship conscience -
of -
persons. Villa would be nice
with himself, and the Boris an.ungrateful a man for Un-
-' : Any attempt to draw a secular .''Don't small boys to fire cle IRON WORK
"pup" if he does not agree encourage Sam 'to tie up to-provided the

:This, is good weather for, the ice to it with enthusiasm.Oh newspaper into religious controversy large cannon. rope is not around Uncle Sam's' neck. OF ALL'KINDp
as between sects in unAmerican. Don't take chances with OAK
: man. you have seen many! and many any a -Miami Metropolis.
will of ,"anti- CHERRY
No
good come cracked
--$ cannon.
---- a specimen of a life thus spoiled. You -

It is a dull day when an,ocean liner have 'seen the mediocre lawyerwho Catholic" movements or "anti-Pro- Don't blow down the mouth of a Factions of the Mexicans have CYPRESS

;t : does not sink.. .- would have made,a wonderful sculp- testant movements. All controversiesof loaded cannon., been getting together for some time, MAHOGANY
that character should be frowned '
tor. You' have seen a bungling den according to 'the records, but not to WHITE PINE _
How would like to be a con- And to Independence Day carries us ,back-
you upon. they are objected by I ALL HARD
tist who could have led his professionas mediate.-Miami Metropolis.St. WOO
pressman or a senator? I a civil engineer. You have seen the great body of Catholic and Pro ward to the time when America be- LAUNCHES

$ testant citizens. came the scene of a bloody conflict DORIES
t, could be the plodding, narrow-grooved mer- Cloud recently raised one hundred
j The Bryan primary law "(The Journal believes in the American The "tiger strife" with the red man SKIFFS
chant who would have.had marvelous and twenty dollars to lift a mort-
k amended into a, good law. principle of religious liberty. It was scarcely passed when the gaugeof BUILTTO
the farm. You have off widow's
-- "s success on seen gage a poor farm. !rI'h1t'strue
'
battle thrown down before
I stands this against intol- was
ground
Albert Williamson says he will nevI I half-rate artists, half-rate musicians, on religion.-Ocala Banner. ORDER ,/ ;.
the British in the of
believes with the army streets
lerance, as it great BOILERS
half-rate preachers and doctors and
for office again. He hasn't run
er run Boston. Then followed the disastrousriot +
both Protestants and
; bookkeepers and stenographers, and sane majority of The lower house of parliament of AND TANKS
; yet Catholics. In any event, we may here eleven days afterwards and the MADE TO ;4
tepaper farmers, and artisans-each of whom Denmark has passed a woman suf-

;t Don't knock your home until could have been ranking A-l, had his, I add, this paper will continue to print destruction of tea in Boston Harbor frage law. Not a militant outragewas 'YOURORDER
I and then in succession the battles f
o
'
and Catholic
you ,are sure you don't owe it any-* I Protestant news news.
parents taken the trouble to find out committed in that country to obtain -

thing. his .tastes and exhibited enough in.. If there are those of either faith so Lexington and Bunker Hill. Over the franchise.-Miami Herald Competent Workmen For Road w: -

--$ r- intolerant as to hold on this line the grave of the first victim was At All .
to let these tastes and his Times
telligence -
In the west women are running after to an un-American principle, they and opened a mighty chapter in the his- <
aptitude direct his calling. Possibly Mr. Britton, who introduced { --
offices, and in England they are not those who are tolerant of relig- tory of the world. One cannot read MERRILL STEVENS
School is about to close and the a bill making it a crime for officialsof COMP
officers.
running after ious the enemies of their the graphic descriptions of these
opinion, are
ti Boy is shyly wondering if father and the government to lecture for mon-
events in history without the stirringof JACKSONVILLE
HeraldFOURTH ,
'fr The.liquor interests are blamed ev- mother could possibly be interested in country.-Miami ey, has been listening to some of the FLORID
&.> his patriotic spirit and it may be
\ eat for trying to keep Billy Sunday his dreams. He would ilke to go to lectures.-St. Petersburg Indepen-
OF JULY. comended as a wholesome exercise to '
from Denver. Mexico and kill Huerta-would father dent.
away Let every reader of this column read the opening chapters as a prep- FINEST VE mi SEEN
laugh at him? Then some day he -
for time the Fourth. aration for the observance of
According to the Florida papers ev- plan a jolly on proper
would like to invent with The Star
an airship sees nothing wonderful in
city in Florida is the coolest city We live too fast in America. We the Fourth of July.
ery wings like the turkey buzzard-would I ..... lightning not striking twice in the L
in the United States. have not enough holidays-not enough
mother like to listen to his plans for We hope all our young readers will same place. When it comes along the
F resting places-not enough intermis-
,. Why do fathers have to support the construction? sion in our work-day world. It were have a good time, a glorious timeon second time, the same place isn't

Little restless mind feeling about the Fourth. Proud of free- there.-Ocala Star. T--
sons who admit that they.know twice better if oftener to have laid aside your -

as much as their sires? needing sympathy and direction now; its tools-traffic and trade stopped, dom, proud of your country. We would -

nh and then, within a few years strong aim not suppress the: enthusiasm that In Tampa the other day two mem- j4'
now and then, to consider its and :
A reformer is a man who has a help in making the selection of his wells up from your heart, but bid you bers of the sect of Friends were married .- :

plan for regulating everybody else's life work.It end.There shout; and yet we would kindly ad- Whether or not they win con- a
must be an oasis in
every
-, business except his own. takes abundant conceit for fond monish you not to be reckless, care- tinue friends,after this act is a mat-
i desert. The black Sierras has its sun- : ;
President Wilson$ has more backbone parents to undertake the planning of lit valleys. There are smiling nooks less or thoughtless, but 'evince true ter of speculation.-Lakeland Tele- Evansville Ind, July 7;, i I

their children's lives. childis manhood in daring to do what is The H. L.
than jawbone, and that is some, Every even among the Cordilleras. Halting gram.It Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton. j
entitled to a chance to an unwarped right and turning from all that is Gentlemen: We would not do j
according to his picture. places they are, great rocks and their
i $ judgment-every Bay and every Girl shadows, even in the dreariest land. wrong. We also trust that, in a quieter is said that only about ten per out your Man-Power Sprayer -rUf !

The surest proof that Bradford is a has a right to climb the heights according He who builds up a shelter for the and less noisy way our older read cent of those admitted to practice law more. It is the finest we have I

good county is the 'fact that even' to own vision. All that storm beaten and foot weary pilgrimover ers will likewise enjoy the occasion to ever make good. Not so with the seen in this city at present ft- i

is newspaper men live well here. father and mother should dare do is the road traced by the great car- the full extent of their ability. graduates agricultural schools99per people that ;bave seen your spnyTat

: *fo to help them get their visions clear n cent of them make good-TheGainesville our place think mnch''ofand
A London doctor, says too much avan is a benefactor to his race and As a national holiday, July 4, or In- very
and true.-Miami Metropolis.IS Sun. well pleased to see it work atot$ !
his
memories should be cherished
troubles.Itdoes' is
- -c;:, talking causes nervous dependence Day, probably more
affect the listener's nerves. while holidays are observed. generally observed by all the people place. : Yours truly, h i!
The widow of
Adolphus Busch the
,
RELIEF IN SIGHT? THEODORE
BUCHHC j
raJADVERTISING
0( than; any day set apart as a holiday; ;
' The of announces \ St.' Louis brewer, has been allowed a For ':* ;
agriculture HELPS.If Sale
department -
Is something of practical benefit to and as it dates the period of American By ,.
that there! are 90 different country people about to come out; of there were no advertising the independence and the establish- claim of over two million dollars fc. S. ;FERNANDEZ Jf! :
lands of weeds. doubts it. cost of would be against the estate of her husband.
Nobody living higher than it
:+ = Washington? Or is it to be another ment of principles on which has been
$-! pipe dream? is. Advertising concentrates the de- founded How big an estate will the average Spraying Machines and Insect( al
the and
The "good old days" never were greatest grandest republic -I of .
Busch's beer
consumer leave to his
mand for certain r .
articles few I STARKE
Congress is taking the matter of on a FLL
up the world has ever known, the
t and the "sweet by and by" will never well-known widow-Florida Advocate.
good roads, and a bill has been practically trademarked lines insteadof patriotism of loyal heart moveson xy4
be, but the present is always with us. every -
< > agreed upon which providesfor many different lines as formerly, him to commemorate the day by -The ..... {,
has
We ought to bless the memory of the raising of a highway fund for and keeps factories busy. The greaterthe observing it in some way, either collectively tango been lambasted by .. ,_.f '

Dr. John' Gorrie for inventing the I he' issue of 3 per cent government output the less the cost. If we or individually. critics, the slit skirt has opened up a : BISCAYNE PRODUCE II V
bit of preaching, the peek-a-boo skirt ,
process of manufacturing artificial i bonds. are raising 40 bushels of corn per
F
lee.I This money is to be loaned to the acre the cost per bushel is just about Saturday is the day set apart to waist-always did get.it.. in the neck MIAMI, FLA.. ";1

.. half that of declarate celebrate and and those thin silk hose have been ex- -"
neighbor who promulgatethe
e$! states, which are to deposit in the a produces ,

Separation sometimes follows marriage United States treasury their own 20 bushels. Six loaves of bread can day of our national independence, posed for a long time. By gosh, boys, ,'.

so closely that the wedding suit' bonds bearing 4 per cent interest as be baked with the same heat that bak- when we are called upon to fling our they've gotta quit kickin' our girlsaroun'Chipley 0 Solicits Consignments |

'''t can be used for a divorce suit. Thrift, security. The states would use the ed one loaf. banners to the breeze, let our patriotism Banner.

Horatio. money thus obtained in the buildingof The same principle applies to man- bubble over like soap suds : of VegetablesCanta-,4

x $ ufacturing.. Take shoes for-example. from a clay pipe our voices resound If about nine-tenths of the other
better roads throughout the coun- "
Even the Dutch are'supporting the
loud-mouthed politicians would : loupes and MelonsBiscapeProduceCe ;
Li- Twenty years ago there were 3,000 with "My Native Country, Thee," con- ,
in New
prohibtion cause Jersey. try.If shoe manufacturers. "Red White and Blue "Yankee Boodle tract the throat disease which it is f
there is anything on earth thatis Today there '
would better be looking for -'
: quor men said will cause the absence of Roose- 0 L. --- ,
The "Dixie" and "The Girl I Left 4
- needed in this country it is better. are 1,300. bulk of the shoes sold ,

4 ether jobs. roads. Our public highway gI are a disgrace to the fifty mililon people living on Behind Me." velt from the political rostrum dur- ':
ing the next few months the t' :t:
The average man wants to be a boy to civilization. Tney are the farms and in small towns are made T country ) tly
Clark said to the suffragists
would
Speaker have to
again, and when he was a boy he wan- worst of any country on earth which by about fifty large manufacturers.The cause rejoice.-Gaines- fir,{,
the other "If do
day: ever ville Sun.
ted to be a man. You can't satisfy makes any pretensions to advancement other 1,250 are small concerns you 0000000P080000d.t!
who vote, I hope you win vote for the .
some people. make'"private branded" shoes.
'
A The best principles and the best men." The following is from the ''Iowa
Congress has legislated for largest concerns making shoes,
It is not necessary.to pass judgment yearsin clothing, hosiery underwear Probably they will if there are no game law: "If any fish is caught that WHOLESALE STOIEI
behalf of almost everyone it could or any :
on people. Let a man talk and think of, except the man from'the other..lineare advertising their goodsunder women in the race. is under six inches in length, and an : ,

he will judge himself and we can take swers to the name of bass, catfish
their ,
country. Billions of the public money own name and trademark. Imitation is the sincerest flatttery have opened a wholesale feed ttij
his word for it. trout he
pike, crappe or must be
n have been spent, and millions of that They have become leaders because Since Bradford county introduced the thrown back at once." If the fish failsto grocery sto.j south of my retail star;:

::. When Uncle Sam was putting the have been more or less a useless ex- they give better values and they make strawberry to Florida many sectionsof answer when asked its the near the depct, 'and will carry at d

Mexican kid to sleep the Japanese travagance. The pork barrel has always these values known by advertiscing.As the state have tried berry culture fisherman seems to have name the legal times a full stock of hay, oatS.general eon

; brat woke up with a howl and now been open to the politicians.But the output increases the makingcost and found it profitable.In right to eat him.-Pensacola News. feed, flour, salt, octagon oij;]

they are both squawling. now let us hope a belated grain goes down. The saving is put lard, bacon,: and;chicken feed. :,i;,
suit for divorce New York -
into a a
of has at last extra quality. As sales increasethe
common sense permeated -
A woman in York, Pa., developed the ,brains of. the gentlemen who I selling cost cost goes down. This woman claims her husband forced her They wanted to start a paper up I will continue to do a retail b

a case of rabies within a week after represent us at Washington.If saving on selling goes on advertising. to eat ice cream. ,Most women com- in the Joliet penitentiary, but were tail ness, but 1 will\ not: advertise any tfr
prices asIam i tD\
')ter marriage. It is not stated wheth-: they afford us the means of ob- Advertising has kept prices station- plain because their husbands do not unable to find a printer among the I I the retail ,tiade.V; going to'selj..._

"; ec her husband was to blame or not. taining better country roads we will ary and in many cases has lowered force them to eat. ice cream. 1,500 inmates. All other trades and 6124t. J. C. c

cheerfully accord them the credit of them, besides increasing professions were representedtherewere
' quality, even -
Starke has
There ought to be more opportun- completed preparationsfor fifty bankers-but not
earning at least a portion of their in the face of increasing cost of a single
ities than ever in the world because a glorious Fourth of July, and if follower of the art preservative!
salaries.It raw materials'and labor. '
there are more people in the world the weather man will give us the Printers seem to know how to dodge H. e: RICHARD
is quite time for the man from Naturally, we want to buy wherewe
than ever before to gobble them up. right brand of weather the occasion the anyway.-Lakeland
i A the country. to have his inning. can get the best prices. Therefore, will long be remembered. pen Telegram.

People say this is the hottest sum- @J always ask for and insist upon baying .

mer season we have ever had. Pea RELIGIOUS INTEMPERANCE.The advertised goods bearing the This is a civilized country,,and we An enthusiastic young Indiana nat- General Insurance ?!

ple have been saying the same thing following is reproduced from maker's name and trademark. Manyof are living in the twentieth century, uralist forced the house cat to adopt 3 4,:

every summer for thousands of years. the Minneapolis Journal It exactly them are found in this paper.. but there are thousands of men in the three little skunklets. The cleanly ,


Those battleships without American Herald has received some intolerant The Fourth of July again draws bathtub and never wore a night shirt.It animals, but finally resigned herselfto I represent'none but FIR3T-GLJSJ,

gunners will prove as useless to criticisms Because it'proposes to deal near. Saturday we will celebrate In- caring for the brood. Here is a companies and will be constantly oo&3

Greece as Napoleon found American fairly and equally with all classes dependence Day-the greatest day would be hard for President Wil- : chance for some clever brief writer to alert to promote your interest _

cannon without Americans behind and conditions of men regardless of our nation ever saw, or will see; the son to convince us that the hot weather draw an allegory of the United States antee courteous treatment to all]

x' them. race, color or religion.The day that J instituted the liberty and which prevailed here last week was and Carranza, Villa and Huerta.- A well M
written
$ Journal says: freedom all now enjoy, and laid the "psychological" and that it was hot Miami Metropolis.You policy by a
.
The Tampa Tribune wonders how foundation for the because hot. agent in a flnt-olau company'
"There is developing in the United greater republicon only we thought was -

Candidate Rye will "go down" with States a species of religious intolerance the face of the earth, delegatingto can't run a live town or anything times means pinch in case of loss bj'H. ,
the of Tennessee He Excuse We don't want to be
votes : will us. aboy
: go that should be stamped out im all equal rights, equal justice, life, else except'a cemetery with
down without the voters if he again or live our past life again. G Starke
goes mediately. There are differences be- liberty and the ,pursuit of hapiness; dead men. A man is dead when he is RICHARD ,,
down. I' The is better that the
tween the Catholic'and the Protest- so let the welkin ring'. the cannons present past destitute of public spirit, opposes Improvements -
; and the future to be better
Some are born great, some achieve -.-- roar, the rocklets flythe banners we expect ; and finds fault with the }l

greatness and others have greatness float, an4 "My Native Country, Thee," than the preSent. things in general. The only proper

thrust upon them, but the majority of ':,; How's This "Red, White I and Blue," well up from An Ohio man says$ a prohibitionistwill way to deal with such men is to take COFFINS, CASKETS]

ua are not guilty on any of the three We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward every heart, and the "Star Spangled be elected president in 1920. Its them out and bury them. Dead also And i Pall Un of ,!'j il;'

;+ counts., cannot for be any case of Catarrh that Banner"!never cease to wave o'er the safe enough to say it, because everybody to self-respect is the man too lazy to Undertakers' Sui.!

-- Cure. cured by Hall'a Catarrh land of the free and the home-of the will forget that ho said it work and who thereby, if he is mar- !;i:
glorious i .
Have a most Fourth Always on, h&nd. The best .
f
-a srave. I ried, throws all the burdens on his
before 1920.
P. J. long
.. joyocs, happy; booming, becoming, We, the undersigned CHENEY,"have CO..known Toledo.F.O.1... $e wife.-Gainesville Sun. vice at ths lowest prices. 9 cli

,, frolicking, royal good time-one long Cheney for the last 15 years, aDd believe John L. Sullivan says he has saved Maybe the rich are unhappy and

to be remembered, not with regret because him transactions perfectly and honorable financially In able all to business carry ., $100,000. in the past eight years by can't sleep at night, but they can. s.RegisteredEmbalmer

of misconceived ,and missused out any obligations made bJ' his firm. not drinking. $100,000 would buy 16-I' sleep in the morning when the poor No. 666 .

,privileges, but of greater delight and NATIONAL BANK OF COMMERCE I 663 gallons 'of good liquor, or an avlI devil has to get up. -

satisfaction because of proper observation Hairs Catarrh, Cure, Is taken Toledo, 0. I, erage'of 40 gallons a week for eight This ii a prescription prepared especially DeWsTT C JONESIS&w.

with due consideration of the acting directly upon the blood Internally.and mucous years. John was some drinker. tj Cam OM Sins Otlw liitllis ...'t Cut for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER. i iFive
surfaces of the "teni. Testimonial.byDru& or six dotes will break any case and .* |Q C. C. Liwaptoo&C*
rights and .privileges of every true I ceAta per botue *"*I' Fort Pierce is The worst cam,no matter of bow long sanding, if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not
born American citizen. celebrating the are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. a I IJ Urkc; fla! Ci
Taks Ball's raUy Ptm for eouttpetloa." J I Fourth on'the third-today. i Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil It relieves etura. It acts on the liver better than
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ik'i : EUery Manning, son of J).:W. Man Kelly and Mri Clyde Alvarez have MMMMiMMMMMIM.MMM- -

nings was bitten on the leg last Tuesday the cottage of Mr. Ed. Canova on tINNN, +! 7

by a dog that he met on the road Kingsley lake. Moss Mamie Hunt, of

Bits of LocalInformation to town. The dog showed-no symptoms Jacksonville, arrived Wednesday to Progressive Business Finns In Slorke |

of rabies and no serious develop be the guest of Miss Kelly and Mrs.

ments are expected. Alvarez. (Thursday morning Mrs. Jas.

tl. A Rev. Berger- B..5.Staats, of Ocala, a niece Warren and and son, McBride Warren, Jr., Readers of the Telegraph will find it to: their ,r
nephew, Clytie and Francis
' [ former pastor of the Starke Presby Warren, Miss Lola Warren, Mrs. Dr. advantage to trade with the firms rep
art
llsyMau
h ii Cuast ll +ailO.r r++ le eN>rhar Gar'.wi Teat.i terian church, will preach at the Presbyterian H. 0. Black and Miss Laura Peters resented in this directory.

church here next Sunday, arrived from Jacksonville and left for

July 5, morning and evening. A cordial the lake Thursday afternoon for an 1

invitation is extended to alL extended visit with Mrs. Alvarez and

i :Special tale at Stump's July 4th. Special reduction in prices on theFourthSternberg'L Our town has as good a chance as Miss Kelly During the month of MMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMtMCMMM* ,

I. July Mrs. Alvarez and Miss Kelly REAL ESTATE.MIMMMMMMMMMMMt: FURNITURE, i
Mr. W. H. Caldwell spent Sunday many other towns of becoming an enterprising'city. ; .
will have, as 'their week-end guests
tat Beach. All it needs is few
Pablo
a
Mr. B. B. Hopson has purchased the following from Jacksonville: tMIMMMMMMKMMWFURNITURE -
good "boosters. So shoulder -
jit,N. Steinberg was in Jaeksonon the Mrs. R. R. Hoffman stock of merchandise put your Hisses Edna Hunt, Helen Dean,
to the wheel and "boost" and the
vine business Wednesday. and has placed the same on Frances Davidson, Alberta Peters and a
sale. result will richly repay you for your Mrs. Lewis Myers, Messrs. ClydeAlvarez COMER L. PEEK a
at home at Stern- .5. trouble. a
a t' "berg's Make store yourself on the Fourth. Mr. J. J. Burton and family have 555 Dr. H. 0. Black, Ray Gannett Florida Real Estate, Laid tied and almost anything eta yon M -1

:f moved from the Adkins house on Mr. J. W. Gordon, of Montgomery Wallace Hunt, Albert Spencer, might wtnt M

' Mr. W. H. Caldwell was in Jacksonville Madison street to the T. J. Dekle county, Ga, arrived here Monday for Claude Alvarez, Ralph Williams, Tom Timber Expert
a visit with relatives and friends here Moore, John Cox, Henry Hinton, and HULL DEPARTMENT
; on business Wednesday. property. 83 years Experience at Starke.MMMMMMMM. STORE. aM
;
and at other points in the county. Charlie Boateiweiter, of Atlanta, Ga. 0 ;.

Mr. L. C. Powell made a business Porch screens and curtains for This is Mr. Gordon's first visit to The best
to build
town
way up a
sleeping porches at J. F. Kickliter's. Starke for 42 and he finds but
trap to Jacksonville on Tuesday. years is to stand by every man in the place NNNN NNN
6-12-2t few people he knew when he left. NNNNha
American fence. If quality and not . who does right Whenever a man is NOTIONS.MMMMMMMMMMMMM. DENTISTS *

quantity counts, you will buy American Bishop Edwin G. Weed, of Jacksonville Mr. M. D. Newman, who has been doing well do not tear him down. All

i fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. will make his annual official visit afflicted for a year or more with residents should be partners, not opxments. Nm, *
to St. Mark's Episcopal church Sun In all livelihoods the more
: Jones. multiple neuritis, which paralyzed his t
5S July 5.Company. business your rival does the more yon N'
day, forearms and his legs below the knees
is ft that
when
+ D. E. Knight was in will do. Why you an DR. U. G. TURNER *
Attorney ( "E,"of Starke, will go to is recovering from the disease and is .5. in need of Notions, Ladies

L Hampton on business. .Tuesday. j the annual militia encampment to be now able to hobble around on crutches. This paper is anxious each week to Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, DENTIST ,
*
Novelties Etc
you generally
{ Mrs. R D. Bennett, of Lawtey, was held at Black Point from July 10 to issue a spicy and interesting local go to Edwards Buildwg T .

visitor to Starke Saturday. page. If each of our subscribers STUMPS
i 19 inclusive.
: ; Hon. A. V.. Long, of Starke, State
would hand us in one news item, what 0 There's A Reason.* e Upstairs over Post Office
Make your headquarters at Sternberg's Flags and bunting at Stump's.Mr. Attorney for the Eighth Judicial Circuit a newsy paper we could issue. Try it .
store while in Starke on the was here Wednesday. Accompanying -
for few weeks
a and mark the change.
/Fourth.Mr. I II E. R. Holland.bas accepted the him was CoL J. H. Williams, / t NNNAN

a I position of engineer at the city power who is also a prominent member of Many back yards are abominations DRY GOODS '

C. R. Gray, of Raleigh, was aI the of Mr. Everett business st
plant in place the Starke bar. They came on to the eye and nose. One finds in PRINTING

I t,visitor to Starke Friday. Miner, resigned. before Judge James T. Wills. hem all sorts of litter from an oyster *> i

Gainesville Sun. can to old boots. Here the of
Wells slops I
of Jacksonville her
entertained
,, Mr. Roger Miss Lois Peek .5. .
\ 'was in Starke Thursday. Sunday School class at a lawn party Starke had a good brass band several he kitchen are poured to increase J. W. MORGAN *

SSg at her, home on Madison street Wed years ago and ought to have one odors which ought to warn every thot- Headquarters for BRADFORD COUNTY t
Dont wait for rain. Use our garden ful person of the malarial influence Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, TELEGRAPH *
afternoon. of organizing
the
nesday and question
'W*. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUP- .5. now, breeding there, to break out eventually Dry Goods, Notions, Etc ; COMMERCIAL PRINTING
band is being agitated at present
a
$ fjPLY CO. Telegraph $1.50.5.per year. Starke has some band musicians and in fevers or diphtheriaEDWARDSCHESSER. >

|, Mr. S. B. Seals and family are *i- Mail train No. 3 from Jacksonville enough musical talent outside of the

itiEg relatives in Madison. arrived in Starke two hours late Mon regular musicians to make a strong .
1
Mr. A. H. Edwards ternational ? Mixed
son of Mr. and complications
account of a delay caused bya organization possible.The
y. 'Mr. H. C. Waters made a business day on train. Urs. Isaac Edwards, of this city, and races. Why do the Latin-American ++++++++++++**+++++

:trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. crippled freight American Steel & Wire Com- Miss Ada Chesser, daughter of Mr. republics play so little part in the + +
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ADVERTISING .
i Messrs. Brown and Lewis have pany gave a free moving picture entertainment and Mrs. George Chesser, of near LaCrosse comity of nations as compared with I'

? Bargain counters at Stump's July started a restaurant on Ninth street at the Hopson electric were united in marriage at the United States? Mixed races. ++++++++++++++++*+*

Fourth. |in the building recently vacated by theatre Thursday afternoon entitled, he home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Segregation is a poor remedy; it is

'Mayor Butler Blanchard, of Lawtey, the Hemingway meat market "Through the Furnace to the Farm/" Devenau, in Gainesville Tuesday afternoon not a solution, but it will beat what WANTED-Tobacco salesmen. Ears j

business Friday. 5. which showed the processes of min. at 2 o'clock, in the presence we have.T. J. Brooks, in the Progressive $100 monthly. Expenses. Experience '
: tress in this city on at Leviton's. ,
and
J Percales ginghams.5. lag the ore and making steel nails of a few relatives and friends, by Farmer. unnecessary, Advertise and I

t Mr. W. L. Andrews, of Lake Butler, Mr. Dewey McBride, of Green Cove and wire. The entertainment was Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke. Immediately take orders from merchants' for
transacted business in Starke Mon- largely attended and much appreciated. after the the
Springs, has purchased the Curtiss ceremony happy Only One "BROMO QUININE"To smoking and chewing tobacco, cigarettes -

Murrhee place near the city park and couple came to Starke, where they cigars, etc. Send ja 2 cent
the ,call for.fnQ LALt.TIvBROMOQUININE.
w.By ret remise name
- wainscoting your rooms with will take possession August 1. News of the death of Mrs. F. E. win make their home. They have the Looktosignatureol stamp for full particulars) Hemet
best wishes of their friends. E.W.GROVE. Cues a Cold in One Day. Stops
Wallboard, and finishing the walls in Mr. J. H. Ortagus, of Brunswick, Poole, which occurred at a hospital in many cough and headache and works ofi cold. ZSc.BHfBiFrS Tobacco Co., Now York, N.Y.; 6510t -

Phutico, a beaatiful and artistic Ga- has secured a position with the Hannibal, Mo., was received by

effect can be obtained. Quigley Co. and will move his friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. MIXED RACES SPELL RUIN.I SALE. ter,, FOR SALE-Eight room dwelling,

Lumber & Supply Co. family Starke here Cigar in the, near future. Poole spent the winter in Starke and have said with tongue and pen foryears virtue Noticg of fa A hereby tertaid given writ ot that execution under and issued by with all modern improvements', well

"r-% e intended to reside here permanently, that a republic is impossible out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court located. To interested parties will '
*' in in and for Bradford cAuntyj state of Florida r
A. S. Crews
was with
,
Attorney Shoes at Leviton's. but failing health forced Mrs. Poole except a homogeneous people, bearing date of 22nd d& 6f April A. D. make rock bottom cash price. Address
Gainesville on legal business Wednes 5.5 and a homogeneous is 1914. in that certain taereiil
people impossible cause pending
home in Missouri
to her Post Office Box 443 live Oak
1 Misses Eva Sullivan and Gertrude to return wherein B. B. Waldron ii plaintiff and South.ern ,
day. Mr. where she died a victim of tubercu with mixed races. Turpentine Company, a corporation, it Florida. 1 6-19-4t.
e Wills, of Williston, are visiting Mixed nationalties of the same race defendant I. S. B. Denmark, a* sheriff of ;
; Marshall Wilson, of Lawtey, was i and Mrs. J. F. Colley and will remain losis. Bradford county Florida, have levied upon and
will blend and make I
and
a composite will offer for tale to the highest and best bidder
in Starke on official business Wednes-I for the Fourth of July celebra Mr. Roney, who lives a short distance homogeneous citizenship. But distinct for cash OB Monday, August 3rd, 1914, FOR SALE-Williams visible type
during the legal noun, of sale OB said day. '
writer No.
day.a 5 S tion. east of Starke, believes bunch races, marked by nature with such in front of the court house door to Starke. 6, nearly new, or win j
.
Bradford Florida all of the following for
county. exchange good
Embroideries at Leviton's. Mr. J. C. Poppell bas opened a law grapes will do as well here as the native distinct difference as the negro and described personal property and teal estate, bicycle. Peter
Fla.
to-wit: One typewriter and typewriter desk, Engle, Route 1, Starke, G-2S-21 .
varieties and is experimenting the white, the yellow and the white
second floor of the Jones ,
Glass and We at office on the one roll top desk, three straight office chain,
40c
ban at
towel Building in the room just vacated by with a small vineyard. At present his will never make an ideal society or one desk chair, one lot of tools, three lan I -
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. and his other terns and one lamp, one flat top desk and LAND SALE .
55 the Bradford County Abstract Company Lucile grapes are ripe furnish the material for a permanent water*eooter. four storage tanks, one stump
vines are flourishing and give promise and progressive democracy. puller two storage tacks, three redistillerMne
Mrs. D. L. Alvarez is having her Westinghouse air compressor, one iron water Swallow & Hopkins Land Naif Offered
cottage re-roofed and otherwise im- of a good yield of fine grapes. Mr. The south is a living example illustrating tank, three boilers and two engines, one '
For dry goods. Leviton. Roney is so well pleased with the re these facts. We do not draw steam pomp, one Smith Vaile pomp in 20 Acre Lots.
s proved. one engine marked Vine, one iron water tank,
and baby of suits so far that he contemplates en- carry out the letter or the spirit of two cylinder condensers, one electric dynamo
Mrs Mrs. W. S. Phillips two ears of brick; also the following real estate We are authorized by Shallow ft
Mr. and Errol Alvarez are Jacksonville are the guests of her larging his vineyard. the declaration that "all men ar% to-wit: Commenting at the Southwest their
,
offer
to lands
I at .5. corner of Block Seven in Old Lake -Butler Hopkins east
t speeding the heated season Kings- created equaL" We do not enforce,
cousin, Mrs. G.. C. Livingston, and The Starke Grays have had a win running thence North 80 feet to point of beginning and north of Starke, in twenty and
t 1eylnke. nay, we abrogate by legislative subterfuge thence East fifty feet thence North
: for visit of several
will remain here a since the organization forty acre lots. This body of
f S55 ning streak ever the Constitution of the United twenty-five feet thence West fifty feet thence over
,
sale the Fourth at Stern- weeks. and have not lost a South twenty-five feet to point of begiainng. two thousand acres has been held oat
: Big on of the team
and and
States in order to deny the negro oho Blocks one two, four five
ibergt.M to date. Last Friday they defeated the East Half of Block Three In R L. New. of the market for several yraravThe
.F Rumors of several cases of small game civil rights. There is no society equality som's addition to the city of Lake Butler,
this vicinity Williston by a score of 11 to Florida. The same having been levied upon larger part of it is fine, clay-bottom j
the of of -
Hoy. A. V. Long and family moved pox among negroes or equality opportunity possible
afternoon this week as the property of the Southern Turpentine truck farm land. Its location is from
r. to Bngsley lake -Tuesday for the have been investigated and the 4. On Thursday in the south. The very spirit of Company, a corporation and will be sold to
but Waldo lost to the Grays to the tune satisfy said execution and cost. one to three miles from depot. A
found to be nothing
: samluer. disease was human rights that inspired the founders S. B. DENMARK.
chickenpox. of 16 to 3. Today and tomorrow of this republic is violated everyday Sheriff. Bradford county Florida.D. Price $22. 0 to $25.00 per acre.

: Mix Eva Powell, of Pablo Beach, games are scheduled with the Jack .and will continue to be violated 7-3-61.. E. Knight, Attorney for Plaintiff. Terms: Not less'than one-fourth cash, ;

is visiting relatives and friends here Woolsey's famous paints. No bet sonville Red Sox. The game on Sat so long as we have mixed races. The balance in one and two years at 6

this week. ter made. QUIGLEY LUMBER & urday will be free. north is not different from the south NOTICE TO CREDITORS. per cent interest. ...,
SUPPLY CO. la the United State District This is your opportunity. If you
colored arraigned in this when the same conditions put C..rt. Souther District ef
4th. was
{ 1 See bargains at Stump's July .5. Charlie Morgan, Fterida.la want to get the best selections, apply
Sheriff S. B. Denmark has purchased in Judge Gardiner's court on them to the test They have their race the attar ef J. I.-Green. at toCOMER" '

j Mrs. Joe Hill Williams has gone to a new Ford automobile and Tuesday upon a charge of contributing riots where negro population predom B. T. SaxsB and W. T. S* .n, once '
trading Hampton Farnitu L. PEEK & SON
$, 'DcLand to spend the summer with says he finds it very useful in carry-1 to the delinquency of a young colored mates, and they do not elect negroes & Hardware as C*, Bankrapta. 6-19-4t Sole ,

t: her mother. jag on his business in various parts girl named Lela Glover and was to office any more than we do in the the Notice above is named hereby bankrupts given to the that creditors said bank of Agents.

of the county. bound over to circuit court in the sum south. rupts have offered a composition of twenty-five
Miss Belle
Mrs. Gyde Alvarez and (25) percent in full settlement of an of their
in default of which he is Between the two races an impassable unsecured debts. A of the creditors
meeting
of $1,000
relatives ,
|. KeDy of Jacksonville, are visiting The building vacated by the Brad The Glover girl was gulf is fixed. will be held at the office of the undersigned Malaria or Chills & Fever
in jaiL
} in Starke. now Referee. 104 Law Exchange, Jacksonville
ford County Bank has been thoroughly charged with incorrigibility and was The white man hinders his own Fla, on July 9th. A. D. 1914. at 10-00 A. M, Prescription No.(68 it prepared
h renovated, repapered and repainted to the extent that he carries to consider the advisability of accepting said peckHy
Let us screen yon. QUIGLEY given a sentence of-six months in the progress offer of composition, and to transact such for MALARIA or CHILLS,4 FEVER.
;LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. and is now occupied by the Bradford state reform school The sentence was the black man's burdens. Why did other business as may properly come before Five or six dote will break any cue, tad .
e County Abstract Co.Dont we fight for four years? Because of said meeting. if taken then ai a Ionic the Fever will oolreturn.
behavior.A CHAS. S. ADAMS. Referee.
I I County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, suspended upon good mixed races. What is the matter with Jacksonville, Fla, Jane 29. 1914. It acts on the liver better than
abroad to buy something Calomel and does not gripe or sicken. 2Sc
'ef Lake Butler, was in Starke on ofcial go trio of meteors flashed across Mexico? One of the main troubles is
; business Wednesday. when you have a few dollars to spend Starke Tuesday evening is San To Care Cold In One Day
the sky over mixed races. Why Domingo Invigorating to the Pale aid Sickly
y1t- and then ask your home merchant to Fake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. It stop the
f Mrfc.C. and of at 7:30 o'clock, lighting up the whole always in an uproar? Mixed races. tough and Headache and works off the Cold. The Old Standard general streagthealas;tonic
A. Marks son,
q young sell to you on time when you are dome of the heavens. One of the What is the matter with our own Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. GROVE'S. TASTELESS chill TONIC,limes eat
a 'Starke, were visitors to Gainesville broke. E. W. GROVE'S swutw on each box. Sc. Ualaria orichestneblood, ndbailds 09 the sys
meteors was of unusual size and brilliance state of California-threatening in- tem. A tree tonic. For adults and children We
'YTcesdt Gainesville Sun.
r. This -is just the right size town and was accompanied by two

1 SUMMER Have your house to settle down in and enjoy life. Everything smaller bodies. After their disappearance -

i ,tcweaed. Jones', Hardware. J for the comfort of life can in the west, a low, strange

St be bought here and $10 will go as far rumbling was heard for several sec
Mr.-. Mrs. R. S. McDowell, of
find
as $25 will in the large cities. onds. The phenomenon caused some
'E 'Jacksonville, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. 5. e alarm among the negroes and ignorant "Coi on the hill

Uflow the' first.of.the. week. I A concrete sidewalk is being laid white people, who regarded it as up

this, week the north side of Madison
on
; Majror F. M. Padgett and Mr. J.I street between Walnut and an omen of evilImmediately ,11 an& look arounb *elick a bastitl4siion.SXeepon

W,Townsend, of Lake Butler, were in Thompson streets. The walk now extends i after the downpour of trying and poull reach U. tTha totanct fcetwun
--Btirke'on business Tuesday. failure anbjucuss ..scenujTCTtt
around the entire block. rain Tuesday an alligator was cap '
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k' fcdo*-Hie s1cr:3
fv Sale oa shoes-Sternberg's. I tured near the Andrews livery stable. i ? :

"v I 'S. Mr. Jesse Thomas and daughter, Where it came from is still a mooted

m Mr. EL W, McCreary, of Gainesville,I Miss Jessie, returned Friday from a question. Some expressed the opinion CSfay bettor you avc i* a rung inlitst

"topped in Starke Monday while "onhis visit of several weeks with the for that it had found its way into Hsu latter ot uct9f. t0 fttaturldoof

\ way home from Jacksonville.4Y mer's daughter and niece, Mrs. A. F. town from one of the lakes. Others in the ban &*

; Murrhee and Mrs C. R. Buchan, of contend that it fell from the clouds further fo ttu ybCl'' i'DUt1 .
:
Miss
r'
Gladys McLeod, of Indianapo- McCalL
i Bs, Ind., is spending a few days here with the rain. A few persons even t I .
Mr. Everett Miner has go so far as to say that they saw it t c.__w4. -.AIQaV j
Vttkher friend, Miss Jewell Holland. resigned his
'Lt r hurtling through the air and thought
position
as engineer at the city pow
L Have a sleeping porch this summer* er plant to accept a similar position at first that if was a disabled airship

= T4 tjs quote you. QUIGLEY at vv'auchula. Mr. Miner will move tumbling to the ground. Pay youi

-4th. QUIGLEY LUMBER & SUPPLY and take. choice.
his family to South Florida in the money .your

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IS BXBE8T GIVXll that jM-following described >property i win tte sold atMetkaTen pabUe ;< ; ", : a >\
NOTICE OWNER Deseriptie- tf Land :' "S '-, OWNER i .' ID
{, ?, the THIRD DAY Of AUGUST'1914. In the county of Bradford, Sttat of'Florida M Deltrfptlq if LaM ,G f fS

raw much thereof as win be necessary to pay tile amount dot for taxes herein sH opposiUt S:. i (. 'M';. '

t4i the saaM. together'with cost ofswh ale. and" dyertWa4: ; \ jlU I P ... 8 J' :'. :: .j I iII4if "


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..-, .' lot 1 section 31 and ran W 171
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yards, thence
IJ thence E 175 yar14thenessNN .. T. W. :.leU -1 lot JJa' NB earner 01 NE44 of gO

sli 4' 140 yards to point of begin S NEI4. section 82 TOWlllhip 6.
Lt nine S. 81 '. Baqe 11. being 11 tat N tad
: $30 i ..11 ;
i7 d $ .OWNS ; ,Datat9tl.i .Coif .' t '. Unknown ',...S S .Commencing at NE corner of ': 8'bJ 300 feet E net'W'' in

.. .- NWK of NE% and run W 188 ', Worthington Springs .._._._...,_,
,,, ,.,, ,. .. ....[ liii "i << feet, thence'S 173 feet to ft <- L.-A. Duncan ...-S1h of lot 1 and Nyi of lot I, S 4
t :, '.: point of beginning thence E anil Iota Z. 11 and 12 ?1. 6 2t 121
x'41 .. .. i8 feet thence 8'to right of .' Unknown .-.......... ..8% of lot I and aU of 4 .- 7 I 20120 t
.. f," n way of G. S. and F. railway, Unknown ..-.__..... .... _N4 of 81h of lot 10 ....... : '1' 2t 20 It
{ i i thence NW along said right of 1::0' W. P. Summer ---..._..,..NE% 01 SWy4 .. --=- 15 S 20 j
411
; .. I.. ,Wm -All SWof NWLof, SW'14I a way to land of J. D. Cobb Jlrs. S. )LPeaeU ...._.....Ny"of Iota 4, 6 and 6 18 620 121
lye 8 a
of SWya P. S. Denmark
aDd 8y It 4 18 40 U3 thence N to point beginning; NEy4 of NEJ4 22 6 YO 40
I w of BaB.ay ----.--.---------- 21 4 II U UZI in Lake Butler ..._' ?.-. 81 5 20 12$ Unknown _..._.......SE14 of SW% 23 6 10 40
1 7. 1. Croft ------------Nw_ of of NW NE14% ---- II 4 19D %.1% Geo. Wyatt -Commencing 60 ft S from center SB wtn SterricbN} of SWy4 and SW\1 of S Z

J. I. Croft ... -NW Z0. 4 0110 1W6 of G. S. and F. railway W14 Iess 1 acre to church _.. 34 630119 '
r' i .16 B. Bum NW and NS of tracks on section line dividing J. C. Cuon _..........?-.SE 4 of NEB 11 6 t t
1. P. Sspp.------ -i:: of NEy4 20 4 21 120 7.48 sections 81 and.82 and run Bey. S. F. Wolfe NWI4 of NE14 of SWy4 _-.;. 2 6 22 4@ a 4

-.N Of $WY ..... .. Z1 4 Z1 80 7.13 westerly: parallel with railway J. B. JlcMillan .............NWy4 of SEy4 Wof railway I 6 22 U 10 t 3E.
J'.' P. .DD _-E}y of SW14 of NWJjj aDd W 185 lf t to point of be-in- 2. HiDckIe --1:% vt NW'i vt NW'i __._._ 10 622 30 4
t---- of SE% of NW% 25 4 Z1 40 '.1% Ding, thence S 420 feet, thence .Unknown 1E14 and E4 of NW44 and YSWy4

t -S. of SW14 and SE% _- 28 4 Z1 240 28.28 I E 135 1-6 feet, thence S 210 of NW44 __ 10 II 22 280
w. C. Barclay 40 6.02 I feet thence W and I. S. Dixon 6.
NE14 _' aa 4 21 parallel _S4 of NEy4 of NEy4 andSE'4
]fee Sasmn Spukmaa off SE% ---- O' .. 2'1 4 ZZ 40 8.79 with said railway 309 feet, of NW44 of NEy4 and SEy4

Uaknown --.% of Ny 01 NEy4- or Ny of S" h ; (u thence N 304 feet, thence W of NEy4 1. 6 22 70
Ualmown N Of lot,1 and Z -- aa 4 22 14 4.98 135 feet thence N 420 feet, July Gainer W 6 acres of S4 of SWy4 of It

-N of NW14 of NW14 ..__. .. 1 Ii 18 20 UI thence E parallel with.said railway 8W% -- ...._ 18
IL I. Wm 403 3-6 feet to point of I. H. Owens 6tt 6
: -SE of SW3 aDd SW% of NWy4 of NEy4 M 19 40 .' 1
Do l5.-Canter HI.i, 9_ 9 $1880 7.29 beginning% aeres 81 S 20 C 8.83 Lout J. Glover .........?.-AU of W% of NEy4 of 1E4
J. W. Townsend_ _N% of SWK 85 5 20 80 7.13
E of
I Y B. NetiJeI .-------w' of NW% and N44 of S It 5 18 120 6.67 C. A. Johns .-SWJA of NEK and N% of S road Starke and SandersonJ.
4 20 6
% of SWK and Nft of SWV U 1'1
x 15 Ii 18 80 7.85 C. Grima ..Eleven acres more or less 2
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,j ," B. Nettles .---.E% of SE"i -- of SEK and NW K of SE%
1 1. I. BanIia .-------W% of SWJA and S 11101 a of 8.15 and NE% of SW% '_ 86 t 20 160 18.05 ginning of at NW corner of NW
11 IS 18 sa 44 SW4, ef section 21. and
> SWJA of NWJA -- S. H. TbompeonNE of ,
% SWy4 of NWK andN
1'1 IS 18 40 2.92 run E 420 feet, thence S to S
1. I. BanIia 1U:14 of NEy4r-----' I,, t ... ,.It 4-M. Y.. of NWK of SEK of NWK__ 15 5 21 48 9.10 line of aid
I. I. BanIia --------S 13 101 acres of SE4 of NE4 Unknown SE of ._ Quarter section
% NWA 16 6 21 40 2.92
? thence W
21.41I
220
I. and E'4 of SW14 and SEy4___ 1'1 I 18 2$1 G. C. Sapp ........._.__Siy of NWK of SEK and S feet, more or ate -
Elide of
public road thence '
I. I. JI.arcIiA _.. .- W of AEy4 and NEy4 of N .. 20 IS 18120 10.62 W% of SE% and E% of "" N along Elide of road, to W
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of SEK of SWK 17 6 21 76 13.58 .
i 1i 8 Nettles ........ ..-s-_ 4y of NE% and SE% of N "' Jeff Fnrgtnon Commencing at NW- corner of .. N line of laid laid section 21, thence a
W% and" of 3144 and S g.vI' Iii' along section line to
v SEK of NWK and run S 15
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i 20 IS 18 860 38.06 point of beginning _.
EI4 21 6 22 c
feet thence E 140 yards to a 11
r of NW14 21 Ii 18 40 2.92 point of beginning, thence 3 Ellen and CoBiBtha DaviaWY.. of block I, S of R 2, W 13
}s I, a.H.Nettlew4 of NE 4 _. -_ U IS 18 40 7.85 70 yards, thence E 140 yards and E'4 of block 1. 8 of R
D. W. Hancock --------W% of KEI4 and NWT and thence N 70 yards to the pointof 3 W of Temple sub division of -

I NEy4 of SWy4 -= 2& IS 18 280 18.02W. beginning acixs ____ 17 5 21 2 3.65 Louis NWI4 of NE% __.__ 21 !2 11
J of SE' __ 25 Ii 18 40 8.23 W. ]I. HolliDg-worth Commeneing at SW of GlI70n --Commencing at NW earner of 3
R NeWel ............ .NE's -------------- corner
.... IL V. BlackwelderSW'A of NE14 and SW's of NEK of SEK and run N 70 .. land owned by Elmira King on
SE14 and E1,4 of SEy4 __ 26 5 18 160 5.69 yards to a point of beginning E side of railway right of way
Do W. HancockSEya of NE14 _- 26 15 18.0 2.42 thence N 70 yards thence E and run easterly at right angle

.John A. DouglasSW's OF NE's and SEya of 70 yards thence S 70 yards to said railway to E line
NWy4 and W4 of NWI.i and y thence W 70 yards to the pointof of section 21, thence N along
Wy4 of SWI4 and NEy4 of S 'g 27 'Jr"- beginning -.----------..-- 18 6 21 1 7.86 S said section: line to the roa' .
2'1 15 18 360 24.80 or Street known
and NWyof SEJA u Center
W
j % D. Lennon .Commencing 210 yards S of N street in
G. I. Douglass ------ of NEl4 and NE W comer of NEK of SEK Temple's sub division,
t 5'otSE 20 IS 19 60 4.46 thence W along said street to
and run S 62 2-3 yards, thence .
NWy4
railway right of
.Go J. Doq1ua of SW14 leu 1 acre to E 70 yards, thence N 62 2-3 way thence S
j school and N Ii acres of SW. along said right of way, to the
W 70 to
yards, thence yards a 5
11.'9 nf__ _cwt n./ __n__ ___ +- 21 6 19 44 3.52 point of beginning ______4? 18 5 21.. 2 10.30 5 }point I'E of beginning far E>4 of
%, except such tots
i I. a TownsendNEy4 of NEy4 and E>j of N or
Wye and SW14 of NW6i -- 2' 6 19160 It.DZt iC. Smith 'coornmeereofnNWy4 oftNE>% SE pieces as have heretofore been
D. B. ForQth % except 10 A andrun deeded ._ 21 6 22 :
I ; ---ID SW eorner Z' Ii 19 30 2.63 N 210 feet, thence W 210 5 C. C. McLean -Wys'of block 1. S of R 4, W 14
feet, thence S 210 feet, thence
Came WU1iama E14 of, SE14 except 10 acres in Temple's sub division __ '
21
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E 210 feet to of begin 6 22 10
SE 2' Ii 19 30 1.11 point Eugene Cox _Beginning at NW {
In corner ------ corner of
'UakaoWla .-=?E' of SWI4 of SW% 24w. Ii 19 20 8.23 : n'r( i" ; 11 !'l'u;; r W of SWK of SWK of see-
B. Nettles ; 1W14 of SWy4 -- __ 30 1 19 40 1.23U E% 18 Ii 21 1 18.95 tion 22: and run S '70 yards
M boWla' Lot 12 ___ Ii 20 80 1.86 I. C. Jones Bra. __Commencing at NE corner of thence E 140 yards thence N
J. C. Jones & B1'OII, __Sy4 of SE'/ 11 6 20 80 8.80 NEy4 of SWI4, of section 18. 70 yards, thence W 140 yards
James Clemons Sr. .....,_S' of lot 1,____ 18 Ii 20 40 4.16 and run S 3 chna and 3 feet, to point of beginning.-Two
\ J. C. Byrd .--W% of SEy4 and E}4 of SW thence W along right of way acres __- -- -- ._ 22 6 22 '
__ r 20 6 20 160 14.16 of A. C. L. railway 14 elms E. U. CharbomlauWy" of NEK of NEK. ex- ,'., 2 1

JIlL Charlotte CoffinSW% of SEIt" ______ 22 6 20 40 U1 and 24 feet to a point of beginning ,' eept N 6 acres and E 60 feet-_.t' 22 6 22. ,
., I. C. James & Bra, of NE% and Ny"of S thence N 210 feet, Unknown SWK of SWK of NEK IS 7
--W of NE14 and NE14 of N variation 3 degrees E,. thence and NEK of NEK of SWK
t W14 and 8Y. of NWy4 less -b 'W 210 feet, variation 32 des : -< S and SEK of NEK of SEK and
railway right of way .- 24 6 20 176 23.61 grew Eo thence S 210 feet to ',:;. SE% of SEK of SE% of S
V Unknown Lot 29' of block 3 in F. N. Aid right of way, thence E 22 6
;. Andrewl' addition to Lake But- along said right of way to a Caesar DavisUnknown ...Seven acres more or less in S-a- r0 !11

c let __ 29 Ii 20 1.33 point of beginning-l acre in : W corner of SEK of NW% _.. 22 6 22 7 e
.\ L I. Cone -Lot U of block 4. in F. N. NE4! of SWy 18 Ii 21 1 9.92 '____-NEK: --- ... 25 6 22110 Lt
Andrews addition to Lake Butler I. C. Jones & Bros. __Commencing' at NW corner of A. V. Long ?NEK of SEK 25 6 22 .It
40
29 6 20 1.33 1 acre of land owned by Mrs. I W. L. Newman ft Sons _SWK of NWK _.-... 27 6 22 40 'ff 32 .

: UDboWla _Lot' 39 of block 4 in F. N. S. M. Morrell and run N 209 Richard Reynolds, Jr. ---Commencing at NE corner of
:' Andrews addition to Lake But- feet, thence E 418 feet, thence W% of NWK of SEK of N
.- 29 6 20 1.33 S 418 feet, thence W 209 feet EK and run thence W 100
L L.. Cone _Lots 4Ii and 46 of block 6 in thence N 209 feet, thence W'hii :_;.. ., S feet to a point of beginning
thti F. N. Andrews addition to Lake 2C9 feet to point of beginning "'- thence W 100 feet, thence

+ ki Butler ___. : _-. 29 Ii 20 1.61 in SW corner of NEy4 of NE C45""a+f"' 4b: S 309 feet, thence E 100 feet
i L L Cone Lot 54 of block ,6 in F. N., 14-3 acres ? 18 6 21 7.03 thence N 309 feet to point of S {

Andrews addition to Lake Butler I. F. Kersey y acme in NW comer of E/ 28 6 22 A
29 6 20 1.33 of NWI4 of NE1,4 W of ditch 19 6 21 2 Mrs. Jennie Maude Hoffman_ en 1nand 3 of block 16 in .
l Unknown _"_______ 30 Ii'20 80 14.36 2.15 :{1''Y}
Lot 6 O. G. Van ZantW'y of SW4 of SWI4 ___ 19 Ii 21 20 4.63 W. M. Starke _-.8 6 22 ..,
4 Unknowns E 20 acres of the following des' J. L. Whitten W4 of SWy4 __ __ 20 Ii 21 80 8.80 Bryan ---_Lots 3. 4 and 12 of block 14 -; ;j'

acribed load: S44 of lot 6, Unknown S% ? 1 Ii 22 320 22.71 in Livingston Truby and Co.* '
.. and aU of lot 1 N of G. S.' ijJllf iiI MM.:to :"fj1..1 Unknown S>,g --- 2 6 22 320 22.71 G. G. Scheller addition to Starke __ =_? 28 G 22 r lU
and F railway -- 30 Ii 20 20 9.70 Unknown ----NY. of NE14 10 ,6 22 110 7.13 --____WV- of Hock 34 in Livingston _
Dick Hewitt. __Lot 8 and N 26 feet of lot 9 Unknown _Lot 10 in Woodlawn ? 10 Ii 22 10 1.43 Truby and Co.s cub division: -3JI iI
of block I in Lake Butler __ 30 6 20 14.16 Unknown NEK of NEK ___
Lot 31 in Woodlawn -____ 11 Ii 22 10 1.29 Unknown __Lot ----M .a> 28 6 22 109.
: I. A: Duncan -:'-_-Lots 9 and 10 except N 25 Unknown. ----_Sof SW% of NW} and SE -- 1, -if block 42, '
in
.. r feet of lot 9 of block 3 in Lake GIE.'t 1'"rr.; :::. i4 of NWki and N'k of S}t Livingston division! Trcb and Co",' ,
Butler ? 30 6 20 23.31 of SWI4 of SWy4 and SEV4 of sub of NEK of :NE .

Unknown _Commenting at NW earner of SW44 and SWy4 of SE'4 and W. L. Harne -----------_ :8 6 22 'U
), lot 16 of block 5 and run E 20 14'4 of SE4 of SE}l and SI-J ... _Lots 4 and 5 of block 1. in '

I feet to a point of beginning, of NEy4 ---------_____ 12 Ii 22 260 22.82 Davis and Truby's addition to : '
t 3: thence S 50 feet, thence W 20 Unknown __ __S 4 of NWll of .NWy4 and W. M. Murdaugh Starke -- 28 6 22. l I1J:
'F \ '. feet thence 8 55 feet, thence NEW of NW'4 --- 13 5 22 70 6.60 _-__Lots 1. 2, 6, 7. and. 10 of j __
t' ..1; E 70 feet, thence N 43 feet, J. W. Caldwell ?NEy4 of SW% of NEl ____ 13 6 22 10 2.54 block 2, in Davis and Trnty's i ':
thence W 28 feet, thence N 62 Chas. Parker _N'h of lot 20 in Wood.awn _? 14 Ii 22 Ii 323 W. L. Home addition to Starke ---___-? t8 6 22 -.au
I : .- ,'-t ft'et thence W 22 feet to the Unknown ._ Lots 39. 40, 41 and (2 in Wood- -----Lots 11. 12. 13. and 14 of i _

;. ..f.,!'...r. .. oJ 'f' point flf beginning, in Lake lawn -:.-------____ 15 Ii 22 40 4.09 block 2, in Davis and Truby's ..._.
I Butler __ 30 6 20 4.65 C. IL Revere .__..___ _Lots addition to Starke .. 28
-- n, 20, 29 and 30 in R. S. J. Simms __Lots ? .. 6 22 7117.r.
':' : A. at the NE -- 6 and 7 of block 16 in .. ,
Ysry Zejrler -Commencing corner Woodla ----_______ 15 5 22 40 1 ..,
1 :; .' -. :., of block Ii and run W 25 feetI' Dr. Ceo. H. Payne __Lot 27m Woodlawn .,.._____ 16 6 22 10 3.63 1.15 Dr. E. T. Campbell -_Temple's Block 1 in addition J. to Starke --. ;_,: 28 G 22 Wi
G. '
to a point of beginning thEnce Carl Carlson Lots 43 and 44 in WooJlawn__ 16 5 22 20 Alvarez's addition :i. -:
S 56 feet, thence W 20 feet. S. G. Potter _n. n?___Lots 10 and 23 in Woodla ____ 16 5 22 20 1.85 Mrs. B. B. Hopson to Starke __ 28 ,6 22 .' 2Lt,
I a thence N 55 feet, thence E 20 Unknown. -?--._____Lots 26. 36. 86, 45, 46, 52, 65, 1.85 ------Lots 5, 6, 1, and 8 of block j'
(I 7 c feet to the point of beginning 56, 5i, 58, 60, 61, in Woods 4, in J. G Alvarez's addition to I -

I ,in Lake Butler 30 6 20 4.03 lawn -------;:;;?_ ;__ 16 6 '22 120 J. A. Wainright Starke _----________. J8 6 22 4J
Hattie McDonald of lots 16 and 1'1 of block 11.07 -Beginn'ng at MW corner of S ,
! JIrL ,--.: Louis B. Gallison ____Lots J .
1, 2. 3. 4, 13, 14, 15, 16, WK of SWK of
"'" 6, in Lake Butler __ section 28,
I W''Id.! I v,v+ .Jt1 -- 30 5 20 23,01.L. 17. 18. 20
19. 29. ::0. 31, 32, and run E 484 feet, thence S
.A. Duncan -Lots 19, 20 and 21 of block 6, in Woodlawn
17 418 feet
--- ? 6 22 160 14.96 thence W 484 feet,
" J : r j .... in Lake Butler __ 30 S.20 2997 Unknown Lot 64 In Woodlawn --- -_____ 1'1 Ii 22 10 thence N 418 feet to point of
1.29
j Southen Turpentine Ca _ommencing at SN eorner of C. G. Johns ______S'4 of lots 22 and 23 and all beginning __ l
block 1 and run 80 feet to .,. lots 26 and 2'1 in WoodlaWD-__ 18 Ii 22 30 9.10 S L. M. Little ----Commencing-at-NW----corner of ._. ,,8 6' 22 5 itt
a point'of beginning, thence E : '.!',i A. McCall -- .....Lot 27 in Fast Lawtey Madison and Myrtle }
60 feet, thence N 25 feet, G. T. Pearce .Lots 61. 62. 63. 64, 55. and 66 1.85 and run W along Madison streets, I,
thence \V 50 feet, thence S 25 in EIIIIt Lawtey street 210 feet thence

t t : feet to the point of beginning C. Parker -_-__Lot 69 in EIIIIt Lawtey .?-__ 17.45 1.85 feet, thence E 210 feet N 334 to J, a-

in Lake Butler ? 30 Ii 20. 6.43I. Wm. Williams .Lot 4 in Otts sub division of .Rsi. Myrtle street, thence S along :

; : .. A. DuncanBlock 14 except W 'l'l 1.3 feet, EIIIIt Lawtey u ? 4 2.15 said street 334 feet to point !
in Lake Butler Cbs. Parker Lot 6 in of beginnng in
------- 30 5 20 56,10f Ott sub division of Gaskina' ad
y1s. Battle B. McDonald __All lot 45 of block 1'1 and allIot46ofblockl8NofA.C. East Lawtey ---___ 2.15 'dition to Starke :--.1,.________- i9 6 22 ,
f David M.. Smith ___Lot 1 in Otis sub division of L. M. Little .------.__Commencing at SW 'eorner of ; 2 1-

,t L Railway in Lake Butler__ 30 5 20 2.45 East Lawtey -__ 2.15 .' Madison and Myrtle >streets,
J.. 15. Rowe Commencing at SE corner of I. N. S. Williams Lot 10 in Otis sub division of and run S along Myrtle street

said Byrd and Verner Lot and EIIIIt Lawiey ---- 2.15 105 feet, thence W at right :
." *.41 i i run W 1i5 feet to a point of bet Mattie A. Wooden ___ angles to said
: '; "" :! i'" NEy4 of NE14 of NZy4 __ 24 6 22 10 3.23 street 105 feet,
; : :'" ginning. thence N to right of .1' .1 f C. H. Churchill _NWy4 of NEy4 of NE14 __ 24 6' 22 10 3.23 t thence S parallel with said
: '1' + way of G. S. and F. railway, .1-:,' G. H. Fuller -- SW% of SE'4 of NEy4 ___ 26 6 22 10 3.23 5 street 105 feet, thence W at f
I 1" thence W along aid right of C. B. Cannon 5 right angles to said
S SWy4 of NEy4 of SE44 ____ 26 6 22 10 1.85 street 105
f ; ,: way to a point 55 feet E of W Unknown a--N of NEy4 of SW of S feet, thence N 210 feet to -
% __
SEy4 25 6 22
J .. ; f. ," Ii 1.85
jf. 'r : ;;.1 line of laid lot, thence S to S Unknown 8W% of SWI4 of NWy4 __ 25 6 22 10 1.85 Madison street thence E along :,

v., line of laid lot .thence E 210 .. Phillip McCann __N% of SWy4 of SEy4 of NEy4__ 26 Ii 22 10 1.85 Madison street 210 feet to the
SS .I..? I'. t\.. r : v ., .. feet to the point of beginning : 'A Mrs. Anna Krewger __W 20 feet of N'of. NW% of point of beginn'ng in Gaskin's -
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except 1 lot In NW earner 40 ." NW14 ___ 26 6 22 addition to Starke _____-. i9* 6 22
2.15
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j feet E and W by 80 Nand S :.: ;: Mrs..J. R. Alvarez --__Commencing at S line of Ful. b4
ay Jere E. Bohannon _____SEy4 of NWy4 of SEy4 ___ 2'1 6 22 10 6.02
? r and 1 lot In SW comer 50 feet ; ler land and r> n S <.5 leo.
s, 1 .' .:"1 : i ;' ; E and W br 130 fett Nand S Unknown Lot 26 in Woodlawu ___.______ 80. 6 22 10 1.29 thence W 420 feet, thence N 55 5

.+-, 'r ,-.. c- In same ..........._.____ 30 IS 20 11.61J. Unknown Lots 26 and 27 in Woodlawn __ 30 6 22 10 4.63 3.5 feet back to Fuller land
Unknown __
Lot Ii in Woodlawn
-------- 32 6''22 10 1.29 thence E
E Scarborough --------AB lots 5. I, 1. & and 9 of W. L. Milteer .11E4 of NW% of NEy4 of SW ? to point of''begin r
nine also
: one lot'110 feet N
block a in McKinne1l addition 44 and NW% of NE% of NE
to Lake Butler --_.__._____ 30 IS 20 21.93 y of SWy and E} of SW14 and S by'210 feet E and W,
._Lot of block in bounded N by Wm Lake, S by
Unknown -_ 11 a McKinne1l of SE14 of NWV __ 35 6 22 15 6.92
addition to Lake Butler ___ .... ? Mary Jane. Green and E by :'r
30 Ii 20. 7.71 lu. R. Brooks --WIh of NW1,4 of NWy4 __ 2 6 18 20 2.92 Sanderson lane
I, iAb Butler Ice Co. __Lota !4 and additif took Irks ,J. N. DouglllSl _SEI4 of NW% ___ 2 6 18 40 6.62 SW%' of NWK in all Starke in S}i_of .. 18. In

JlcKinnen Jaa. R. Brooks --Elk of NEI4 of NE4- ? I 6 18 20 4.16 Unknown ..._..---....---?Commencing 210 feet S from 6 22 4
Butler __ 30 5 20 14.96 W. F. Hedgeman Wy4 of SWy4 of SE'44 1 6 18 20 1.23 SW comer of Madison and
I. W. BocJae State ---.Lots. 42, 43. and 44 of block Doris Brinaon __NWy of NWI4 --__ 11 6 18 40. 5.39 Myrtle streets on West side of
." a ia JleJUnne1l addition to p.. W. Williams W>4 of NEI4 of NEy4 and NWy Myrtle: street and run S along ;
I
S Lake Butler 30 6 20 of NE14 and N4h of SW said: street 210 feet, thence W
'J. J. Joan ...... Lot 11 of block 4 in McKinrteys 12.l8 yea of __
NE14 _______._ 1'1 6 18 80 8.45 210 feet. thence .N 210 feet,

addition to Lake Butler__ 30 5 20 2.15 Wm. Perry -----S% of NEI4 _.._.. ._,...?? 18' 18 80 7.85 thence E 210 feet to point of
V MWIa' rta I aDd 4 of block 4 inIleIClnaeJa Buck Williams ___SEI4 of NWy4 ____ 18 6 18 40 4.16 beginning in Gaskin's addition '

addition to Lake W. F. Hedgeman NEy4 of NW14 ? 18 6 18 40 6.39 to Starke -- 39 6 22 li
-.5, 30 b 20 1.81t Glib Bunt __............._Eu. of W14 of NEy4 ? 26 6 18 40 4.16 Unknown ...Commencing 210 feet W of S
r I. I. Jnoa Lots 16. 1'1 and 18 of block 6 T. ,J. Alderman .... ___NW% of NW14 ? 26 6 18 40 2.42 W corner of Madison and t

I. 1Ic1UnDt1l addition to Lake' Unknown .__- ____--SW14 of SWy4'____ 10 6 11 40 3.2S Myrtle Streets and run W 210
Butler __ 30 Ii 20 Mrs. Mary L. Johnson of feet to Westmoreland
-Lota and 5.23i -NWy4 SEy ___ 21 6 11 40 3.94 Street
A.. I. Dek1. 10 11 of block 19 in ,John Hill _..............1 acre in SE earner of NEy4 thence S along said street 420 ti

i IIcKilUleJa addition to Lake of SW14 ---..._.__.. __?..._ 28 6 11 1 2.15 feet, therce E 210 feet, thence y
BaUer -.::,..__.._...'?_.... 30 6 20 N. ,J. Parrish in BE corner of N 4:0 feet to point of beginning -
8.r.. TlupeatiM C4.. ,-Blocks 1. 2. 4. 6 and Ey4 of US -w off Railway bein<< 4 acres and designated as Clar'-s
55 5 block I in B. L. NeWlOIDI addition E and W by 144 acres Nand Two A lot in Gaskin's ad- ;

to Lake Butler ... 30 IS 20 lU" South ---___ m. 29 19' 2.75 dition to Starke ,.,__..___......,._ U 6 22 6I
i 1Jabowa .. ..:....._...R\ocka 1 and 2 In D. Eo Knighta ,J. W. Hatcher ..._Lota 6 and 1 of block I in Unknown' T -S# acres in SEK of SEK and ;; .
.addition to Lake Butler .-_ 30 5 t0 Worthington Springs :._ 1 acre in NEK of SEV. be- : .
'"" 1. B. 8caztIoroaaJa .: ._....N4 of Iota 1 and t inFP. U3 Unknown ____Fractional block 4 in Worth-? ? 23.01 ing known as the "Blitch .

Odic addition to Lake But. ington Springs -- 2.15 Place" in Starke _:______ 29 ( 22 I f]UJ
ler _, 31 520. 1.2 Unknown .Fract'onal block 9, except Iota ., J. A. Wainright -.:-. --_Part of the six acre tot commencing -
L J. J aes ..,, r'0 in T. E. Deekla tat ad- 1 and 8 in Worthington : at the NE corner of

i clitloa to Lake Butler .._ 31 6 20 Springs --- 3.4 5 land formerly: owned by T. W.
J. J. Jana lont 8 In T. Eo Deekle tat ad- 9.10 I. W. Hatcber ?Lots 1 and 2 of block 10 in Sweat, and run E to East line'

i 5 dition to Lake Butler '... 11 6 20 Worthington Springs --- 11.88 of section .29. thence S on section
,_ J. J. Ja.es ....._. -Lot 16 In T. Eo Deeklea tat ad- 1.11 I. W. Hatcber _Lot 1 of lock 11 in Worth'ington line 220 ;yards, thence W
ditto b' Lake Butler 31 5 20 "' 1 Springs ----__ 2.15 to SE corner of land formerly
C.'B. JIaraIahvaLoU'1' m T. Eo Deeklei'lit ad- US J. W. HatcherLots 1. 2, I. and 4 of block owned by said Sweat, thenceN

55 clitioa to Lake Butler _, 11 I 20 12 in Worthington Springs --- 8.53 to starting point in Eu of
:I. W. Townsend -BY. of lot 21 in T. Eo Deckles USY' Unknown ___Lot 2 of block 11 in Worth BEJA --------__ 29 622 4 $
tat addition to Lake Butler 31 6 ington Spr naa 1.17 Wm. Edwards Estate __SWK of SW% and NEK of
.. I. .OMS ......... _..Lot Z2 In T. E. -- 20 .4.O' SWK .. .
-- Deckles tat adsdition Geo. P. Maurice ____Loll 1 and 2 of block 14 Ins > ._: I! 6 22 80 '
to Lake Butler ,_ Sl S 20 W"rthinlton Springs Unknown W%' of NWK of SE%. except .
I. A. ._ { g ---- 2.15
Dacaa. ..
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Lot 24 in T. E. Deeklel lit adsdition C. H. Campbell two acres in SW
Lot 1 of block 15 in Worth corner _,-; t} 6 22 ,18 u
.. to Lake Butler ._ 31 'f Cbas. El arson ..Lots 1 and "
Ii 2 of biotk
"' 20 US Invton Springs _____ 6.02 3 in
w.
J' P. cwa. ... _
_Co"'meucincr at the t'-E corner .. Mrs. H. B. Lamb __FraptioTlaliblock{ 16 in' Worth. Lincoln City -____.. 32 6 22 2.'
:rp of lot 1 and run S 70 feet to ington Springs ._ 1.31 Isaac Clark .......-......-.Lots < and 7 of bliftk 3 in

a W point of beginning, thence ,.,.' Mrs H. B. Lamb,__._L.11' 1 and 4 of block 1'1 in -. Lincoln City ---- -_.. 22 II 22 #
55 S 106 feet thence S 70 fort, Worthington Springs : 3.53 Katherine Ratcliff _Lot 8 of block 4 in Lincoln {

'\ thence ftet to E 105 feet, thence N 70 T. C. Douglass _____Lot 3 and 4 of block 19 in City -- ______ 82 6 22
ba the point of belrinnic W,rtbllli.w a pr&n..a 10.49 Willie Purnell () oT block 6 in Lincoln ,
T. L ?
I %: lAke Butler Deckla 2nd addition to ... ._' MISS OWe Ha. Lot 1 of block 23 iB Worth- City .. ,.__ t 2. 622

f k UaboWla ...,.. ...---.Lot 15 In T. & Deeltlel 2d ad-- 31 15 20.;'. 1.334titi08 inrton Springs -_ ? 1.15 King. Chandler ____ _-_-. Three. acres in SW eorner of
\ ,. Unknown SW% of NWK W of railway__ 43SVimmcne'n 6 22 I L
to Lake Butler 31 i Lots 1 and 4 of block 31 in ., C. P. Chandler __
L B. Warren LIlt .. leas railway right of ? '''5..t 20 F .;' f 2.16 Worthngton Springs ___ 2.12 *' at NE corner of ', .
WQ b T. E. Deckla 2nd addi'U' _. ; '' Unknown ......... .-- ---hwa 1 and 2 of block 1'1 in '. SWK of 8W% of section 33, 3
i : ., and run South 8.61 chains.
tion to BuUer Worthington Springs 6.32 j
Battle .WiJliaIM ............AB lot ll N of rail inn T r> ,11 5 ,20q >. 4.14 John It: Stephens ___Lot 1 and Ny of lot 2 of 0 ,, thence W 15 degrees north to b
N line of
'. said SWK of SWK.
E.ft..L' tad Mc" 49'n Worthington '
addition to Lake ; O!<'1l__ 14.66
Butler '..'.' ,.,, Unknown .. ?3 acres formerly owned by B. ," .' '; :', thence E to place of beginning .
J. !i. Scat otoagh Commencing at NE corner of US 15. Leverett and C4.. and des ..' .:. T 8-10 acres: _.__ !'? /I. ,v JContinued L

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N1LY D, 1914. TOTZ BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .
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... ... ._ .I name ia borne.by.counties in twenty- NOTICE OF TAX'SALE (Continued f

.f:; !" i i r"-- .- ", two different states..:: FroLn'P6ige j .' .,._ 0 '''''_.< _, ..:_._ ;r' '_.'_'!'r.. .__ ...,:.. -: .'::: ::. :.- .f

o.OOUNTT NAMES. *I ,Leon,county fa'a namesake of :, .

., ,Ii.; *I f .i .. ..,.'.,.- '- .I.
'j.-. ,". !I"' ,\.. Ponce d t Leon, the Spanish.explorer; .

,a .._ ..... whose'D&JDels BO linked with'Florida. I OWNS o.m.. .f Lu M'ajaj ..

'1? r."M WaknHa county was named for the -> .
1. ; M

,..,. .. .of.Florida were- named famous spring near the gulf coast It OwNu 'D-ttIea. d Lui '. MM h= ) ;-1'-.c .>
:iar.America sol- : ." .
... -' is an Indian .name meaning, ".,.. : I .a ,. ... .
'. _. "' of -
partie1 arlJ'
siid ._ tery.' 1 111Fannie block 16 in Hampton 19 fZ WI.. ,
'j .and republic form- :J i I...' Price (eel) .:w six aerea of SVi of SWVi, ( .
Gadsden took. its name from. lames of SEViLot 20 "I"W

: :n- 'stirring deeds of Gadsden, the American_ r'statesman. Stewart-- Int Z of bock ,J ID I. JI.lolllla 3.,'V.: JoCahrtn -' > 1' of block 15 .in.JIaapo. ; ,. {
...
otaa SO 7' 22 t.'l1",
still m.h tb cab div 1oa or NEB or :
I were .In Liberty'county was named from the II' U 1 HayneaE. -Lot 6 of WVi ef NWU .. T7IBeginning 31 f 22 II L85 i -ca

*:'ef .Ifcercountry,\;; farmers, who sentiment which ,actuates the American B. C. &arborwsh.I i. I. Ie and 4 of bock 6 2.38in J. McIUe- SEi SE!: comer of HEH :, f
'' l. cab di'rilioD of ..... of of aeetion 34 .' ,_;: .. : '
f' t
I t
i1a" ntihod keeping their people.. Counties in Georgia and NE lof IBS II 6 a 4 UI and ma'N 210 yards, thence h '!. ""

.. a ;, Ere.; Several counties,have( L. E. Lee ....... _--24 urea e--'ftoPiDc at NW :w ;140 yards, u.e8 210 -*. ,,
Texas called. yards thence E 140 yards
similarly to
'
are tomel' of NE'4 of NE'4 aDd .
., 4 '.Indian names .While.others. run E 921 feet these S 1m point of beginning aerea _. 34 7 22 > t79- .- ':
,
Franklin is of the great :. '
one number .
Mi* J. E. Lowe -All : 'i 8 22(40 '42.10 1'y
feet thence W tll feet theMe : ,
>- f tM iafluance of the early, Span- of counties bearing the name of N 1092 feet to point of IIeaiD- N. P. Caw aJa -NE14 of NW14 ..._....._.. 2 82280. tM :'- .: i
N. P. Cawthan _SEVi of NW "
% and W of'
..
nine iD NE14 of NVt K
:( 122 n 11.10
;
V Benjamin Franklin. 101m W. lacboa ._.._.._--N% of S4 of NW of NEL NW's and SW34 3 1 22280 : LIt : t .
of these counties in u 6 2Z ilehownSEEvj of NEVi and W3 of N .. _
1JIn.a&IY t significance Jackson, with eighteen 10 'US EI4 and SEA 8 3
L. Grimi -'of SEA. acep' I ACN a 2220 2123a J' I
'; iami has been traced by thestates other states was named for General square ia SE earner' 34 6 22 IS IUS Melrose Xante. Co.: __W4 of NWVi and NWVi of : :
T. SW and EVi of SE of i, '
S. A. Carter of of %,
iL alai SWY SE's 84 622 20 11.1
|U"| | Geological Survey with Andrew Jackson.Calhoun Chu. S. Swain ,..-.11E'a of NEB ... .._-. II 6 22 40 o.oS SW1.4 -- 5 I 22 1JO ( 0.79 1' i -
gititsscq-of history studentswiIiio. i county'owes its names to L Y. Little QWy: ot SE14 15 6 22 41 20.OS N. P. awtban-W* of NEVJ of NEV4 I 8a, Zt. L85 ;)

W... TMa NEr4 01 NE ''II 6 a 'I 11.48 Unknown EM of NEVi of NW% and : .. ; 1
.t state.Ihuaa.c4 John a Calhoun, of South Carolina, L. Y Little aye of NE'4, aDd E% of NE14 E of E* of SWVi -_ 8 IZ 60of a 4.43 :', : ;
........
in 1814-1833. of NWr4 II 22100 48.02 B. A. ea. Agent _-NW>J4 of SWVi and WU of r ;"
r Aty had its name transn vice-president I. A. Colemaa -NWy4 01 NWT ... II 6 22 40 IUSNo N.eicepWE'and SEVi-and i, INE ft

ro the Duchy of Nassau in Washington was probably named in Go BaJa -NE14 of NE', and all of NW of NEVi of < !

"' ,"( honor of the first.-president of the 14 of 1o'E%, E of branch Z 'I l' 10 1.10 Unknown 9 IZ ill : gala ,
A'count in New York is _-8% NEVi of NEVi 12 8 22 20 "
..
1.' GeQ. Keene Es of NW'4 aDd all of NW 2J4 : f

VetUeijllvval I' United States, whose name is borne 14 or NE'4 W of branch Z 'I 11 100 lUt E.Unknown H. Slyer.K. __. ....Two.N* of acres NE3 in NW corner of 13 8. 22" 80" 12.79L24. :\. .:L" : a
E. I. Shaw _W% of NE'4 of NEandN ;
county was named in honor by thirty-one counties. 3 f NE sand U 71110 Lot P. Cawthan SWV4: of and NWV4SWVi 13 8 22 .2 } !
y of .
{ of NWVi SEV4 U 8 22200 >
lot Walton county derived its name T. Y Shaw IoE% Unknown ..... EH of SW%, of NEVi and :. 12.79. t ,
P Duval territorial 12 7 18120 .10
W'4
WBBsa goveerki : i
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1 "i 1822-1834. from Colonel Walton, of Georgia. Unknown ..E'4 of NE1,4 of NE,! U 'I 11 20 L8IGo Duncan Mitchell. -......._.-SEVi of of SE.NEVi NEVi 4 22 17 8 8Z 22 40'60' 4.482JJ < ,', j: A

Santa Rosa was given the name ofa F. JWtiWe _W of NEI4 aDd E% of NW Melrose Manfg. Co. .......-SW% of NEVi and Iota 1, 2, i ;' !
1JjkI >.owes its' name to James H.JI1Ibormer % aDd SW1.4 .of NWy4 ---r-- 11 'I It 200 lUIGo and 4 22 8 222J5 :: i'I
Catholic church.
of the fourth saint of the Roman F. JIarkilIie SE14 of NEB, ,_ 14 'I 1. 40 US C. N. Payne.Commencing at NE corner of ILS3'Mrs t!

judge i ju- Escambia county took its name hue Williams _-NW14 I 'I %0110 lU8 .. ,A*.'..JI.114J. ; '"..I-.! SEVi of section 24 and run ,.. :l
4fi l imlit. Southern Naval Stores Co-.AU I 1:0 141 1U'l S 161 rode thence W 20 rods, --.,..10' ,r r ;. .
from Escambia river. The name is Unknown _-E V2 of SWye and SW%, of S thence N 160 rods, thence E I ., I
I cam- :
Bradford who was kill- probably L W. Crosby 1 and 2 'I 'I %0160 14.11 S. Griner, Err of SW},' of NEVi 26 8 22 :20 j!
m Captain biar meaning "barter" or "exchange. L 1. Shaw _NsLota!! of lot 6 aDd S'4 of lot Unknown -Lota 12 and IS or WVi of S I t
ei IB battle on an island in the wes- 11. except two urea in SE corner W'4 26 82 76 < -
Marion county was named in honorof 'I 'I to 18 'U9 Unknown ..._..........,._NW3i of SEVi ----- 26 82 40 'f 8.69 :-
ti apt: of tie state. General Francis Marion the I. Y Shaw, lr. -S; of Sy of lot 9 and S! --. KeIroH Manfg. Co..Iob5 and 6 -. 1 9 22 .80'' U'2.9J Q

ICby'i: one 'of the,fifteen counties of lot 10 lest N twelve acres __ 'I 'I 20 18 9.10 :
"swamp fox" of the Revolutionary L T. Shaw -S4 of lot 4 'I 7 20 40 2.92 B. M. DOWLING. Tax C>.Ue et.r. _
lia tko United States named in honor G. W. Yarborough __WI2 of N/ of lot 4 7 7 20 20 2.92IL

war. C. Clemmolll _Wy of NWI4 of SW4 -_ 8 'I 20 20 U3
jof. Beary. Gay, the Kentucky states- G. K. BevW -._....-Ni of SW3 of SW 4. lea E -. _,s, ;.I
three acres and commencing
31/14 450 fed W of division line of
;;pnu3, with counties in eight oth- AERIAL TORPEDO SW1.4 of SWr4 and SE14 of S NOTICE OF TAX SALENOTICE

cr'iUttX beats the name of General W14 on N'side of railway right
-
of way aDd run N UO feet
I Jsnel Putnam Revolutionary here thence S to right of 11'1-3 IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described property win be sold at poblfe
,war Important Intention of Florida auction on the THIRD DAY OF AUGUST,1914. at Starke. Bradford 'i
urea in SWa of SW3 __ 8 7 20:0 IG.90G. much thereof county. Florida, or w .,
aa will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes aet
"t,.. Blan. opposite the
; K. Bevill Commencing 3011 feet W of ii together with cost of inch sale and advertising. aazne, '
t :K Johns county took its name from W earner of lot 10 of block ,
I 'I iD Ward City. SE corner of 1 1r
ji River which called '
?'Johns was byIM Stephelll land at right of way
I Spanish discoverers San Juan (By Winfield Jones.) of railroad aDd run N 250 feet j !
more or lea W 250 feet more b
J Oititr (St. John the Baptist) be- Washington D. C., June .-Mr. 01' leee thence S to right of .

Herman F. Davis of St. Augustine WI7. thence to point of beaiD- r '
first this ,
> it was seen upon day. : \
niq-l }dnes 8 'I U 2 W
J .
t v_ county derived its name is here conferring with high War Department W. W. Ward .._-.-.-..--Lot two of block one in Ward owns Deacrlptiom of Lad .. = I il <

1_, the the town within its limits officials, regarding an aerial City I 'I Ie LOS :Go a''M" '\ a ., t

he has invented which has Osena Godwin -Lot five of block 1 iD want a
hennas. to have been named fo: Vo- torpedo Cit7 I 7 20 LIT ;1 i .. r

hay M English settler. great merit The war Department Osena Godwin I..t two of block two iD Ward II 14a4'Mrs. I '
.
City I 'I 10 Loa

Lake;U one of the twelve counties officials are eagerly investigating Mr. E. I. Ward I..t three of block two iD Ward J. B AlvamJ. -Commencing at S line of Falter -

js. the union so named because of theireticlty Davis' invention. City 8 'l 10 Loa land and run S 375 feet, :
lakes. Representative Frank Clark and Unknown Lot one of block three m Ward ;.j_ thence W 420 feet thenee N J,
to _
Cit7 8 'I 20. .2.16
375 feet thence E 420 feet also .
|r;,0tang. county took its name from. Senator Fletcher have interested Oren Godwin City Lot two of block three iD Ward 8 'l 20 1 lot of land 110 feet N- '. ; :'
1.0S .
tlw extensive orange groves. A coun- themselves in the inventor's planS and Unknown Lot eight of-block S in Ward bounded and S by N 210 br land feet;of E W.and Lake W, 1 -:

are his efforts to induce theWar CitJ' i 'I 10 UlL. S br land of M. G. Green E :
;In southern California took its backing ;
W. Crosby .._,--liOti 'I, 11 and 23 of block I br Sanderson'! lane .. .. ... _
'mull in the same manner. Department to purchase his in- iD Ward CitJ' I 'I 21 US C. Alvam. 3Vi acres in SEVi of SEVi ; T.42'
:1 .
; I ,
Laura E. Baxter Lot three of block 11 iD Ward _
and 1 in of
,| yOueloa .bean the name of a cel*> vention. City.- e 'IO LOS of section acre 29, township NEVi SEVi 6, S )' ; .-:,, t

kited Seminole Indian chief. (tfheime Experts who have seen a model of 0Iena Godwin.Lot four of block 11 m Ward Range 22E ._ 29 622 1US.'
City I 'I ZI LOS E. T.
Campbell Block 1 in Alvam'a addition .
.
i refers to a mediciae drink used the aerial torpedo are,confident it will Oren Godwin ...-....,.....IJ>ta t. I. 11. and 12 of block -. ErtateOne aUT ,
the tribe in certain ceremonies. It revolutionize aerial warfare and will 12 in Ward City 8 720 1.81 E. W. Drinen lot 105 feet square in SW \
by W. W. want _Loti S aDd I of block 11 iDW corner of SW'4 of sw; of ., '
,hai beep\ used in many parts of the prove one of the most destructive ard Cit 8 'I 20 Ul section 28, township 6, S range \

for battles in the clouds in W. W. want ..._...--at I of Block 11' iD Ward 22 E ._ 28 < 22 ....1)
Hated States. weapons Mrs A. B. Drtggerts
; in
city I 7 20 LOS acre SE corner of SBVi .
f :,Brevard.county owes its name to the future. ...,Lana Baxter LLOrena '4 12 01 block 11 in Ward of SEVi of section 29. township So '
CitJ' I 9 0O LOS G.'S range 22 E .... ......- 29 122 4M
:Dr'Br: Vard, author of the MecklenbitgS. -. If the War Department is dilatory Godwin ,,,-.._...._Loti 1. t. 10 and 11 of block $ta. Jennie Hand BofPMall --Lot 1 and I of block 16 ia '

\ C. Declaration of in' taking Mr. Davis' invention he intends 14 iD Ward City I 'I 20 '. UI Starke ... ,_ 89.35in ,
(. ) Indepen- W. W. Ward Iota I and 9 of block It inWard B. aHefterxer ..... -Fractional lots A. B. C. D. of r. ; "r 4 L ; ',
.'
t. it to various European 8 1:0 Ul .
.. offering city block 2 in Wynn's addition to 'e 70.'" W;* ; .r
f Dade named for Francis governments. It is known that all the W. W. Ward rata 1. Z. G. and 1 of block
was" Major 11 iD Ward City 8 'I II 1.81 W. L. Borne -Lots 4 and 6 of block 1. and i w
:F TIwfc: of :the Seminole War, for European War. Departments are anx- Laura Eo Baxter I..t 7 of block 15 fa Ward ,.'. Iota 11. 12. IS and 14 of block'r. ., "tif ;'
I 8 7 ZG LOS 2, Davis and Trubys addition ......9':5 .'
vatm counties In Georgia were also iously experimenting now to securea B. C. CIemmoIll Doti I and II of block 11 fa to Starke i- .: 3343x ., '
tt&d. workable aerial torpedo. Mr. Davis' Ward City I 7' :0 1.11 L. M. Little _2Vi acres of land bounded E -l-r- ...' .
earn Godwin Lot I of block 11 iD Ward br Myrtle street 8 br Madison .' f
Monroe is one of the seventeen invention has been patented in the city a 'lU' 2.03 street, W br land of W. ,

a coimties named in honor of President United States and all large foreign W. W. Want ......_......-loOt I of block 11 m Want E. Wamnght, N br Vi section "U. ," .01'l.i. i
, 8 7.20 U1 line aeetion 29. township 8, .
Javoa,Monroe. countries and is backed by ample capital Oren Godwin r LLote 'I and 8 of block 20 fa 1' ; .. S range 22 E. also % acre of ';],0.,., ..
wWard City 8 7 ZO Ul 0 -i. land fnmmfneing at SW corner i- ''i.f..f
;
=
:tee with counties in six other W. W. Ward I..tlofblock Zi u warn ,,-, of Myrtle and Madison w.!" r !,. : ,
fwataern states honors the ofGovtnT The torpedo briefly described is a City 8 720 LOS streets and run 8 105 feet :., ;." .
'r
memory Oxena Gadwia I 12 of block ZI iD Ward -S . ... thenee W 101 feet, tattte B lob '.1 : ;,'
Robert E. Lee. device carrying an enormous charge tr I 7 20 LOS feet thence N 210 feet thenee i. i .'; : f rt1

l of high Oren Godwin -- I..u S. c. 7. and I of block 22In ...' .> E 210 feet, to point of beginning .:. fI\I;. ;
DaSoto its explosive
county owes name to supported by a gas Ward City 8 'l '20 L88 ; of section .29, twonship ',
Iisresndd de Soto, discoverer of the bag similar to a balloon,'which can be W. W. Ward -- -Lot. I and 1 of block 22 fa 6. S range 22 29 522 1LMLivingston. ,
,; Ward City -- I 7 20 131L31 W. M. KmbaPLota 1, 2, (, 7 and 10 of block :
!
Mississippi, river. Counties in. MisaWppi launched from the ground into the air lira. L. A. Anderson W3 of SE'4 aDd SE'4 of S 2 in Davis and ,.Truby'a addition 1 '

and Louisiana and several at an enemy. It will automaticallypursue : W% 0 720 80 to Starke i WO t.
Unknown ?-,-.-...._._,_1IlE' of SEA 14 7 20 40 2.84 Petenoa -Lota: 1 and 2 of block 7 and : I' r'
elks have his name. a predetermined course underits Unknown S 4 of lot 1 .---.-..----- II 7 20 40 8.02 Iota 1 and 2 of block 8. in .. 1- :- t
C. N. Sbaw Lot 1 18 T 20120 7.85 Livingston. Truby and CoJ _, 0
I Manatee county was named from the own electric power, and by previous B. L Shaw _.--....._..RW\i 'of NEand SE'4 of sub division to Starke i :' !.IT 'f "

3 iseace'of, the sea cow or manatee calculations will automaticallyburst : NWVi and NEVi of SWV -end P. M. Bigga .Lota 8 and 7 of block 27 ia t .: ",, --.

NWJA of SEI4 22 7 201(0 ILlS ruby and CM ad- r t 'j, :. .....
tar tb* coast.IWlsborough over fortifications or battleshipsand Mlteh.ll HOI N 9s sew of SE". of SEy 24 7. 20 35 2.40 dition to Starke.Commencing ........._....._ "; 8.05 I
| # county was so called hurl down explosives from which W. K. BobersonWin. Lot A sob division of lot 6 of Kurtis Smith 105 feet S of 8 ; "T
block 17 and sob divisions of W comer of Myrtle and Mad- t .
ia honor of the English Earl of Hflls- the enemy would have no means of A and B of lot 1 of block 20 iaoa streets and run W 105 .: p: .t.;;. J

defense. in Sampson City ._ 4 'l1 2.75 feet thence 8 105 feet thence ; te '.
roegh for whom
New "j
, a Hampshire Boberson Iota commencing at a point _._ __\Z ;" E 105 feet thence N 105 feet 'r j''; .. s
'
peat?was also named. on section line dividing see to point of beginning in Starke-._ ;'".. !.11J
tions 4 and 5. on south side of Unknown .-2 acre of land beginning atS !J. .
| :Polk.Ii one of the eleven "
counties +++++ 11111111111111 ++*++ G. S. and F. railway right of E comer of Madison and West .J, : ; ; c F

testing their names from President J war. thenee S 677 feet thenceNEssterlr nsoreland streets and run 8 .. : -",\J,"" r
+ -V 414 feet to said right 420 feet thence E 210 feet, : '. : ? '
JNt.> -... thenee N 420 feet, thence W '. A
:
.
+ McRAE THANKS VOTERS. + of way thence:: W along said -1t
210 feet to point of beginning : ,1
I [Pisco county was named for SenatafPaxo. + + right of of war beginning 420 feet in to NWVi the in Starke ._._........,...,..., ._ '. .,i Uf

*++++ 11111111111111 point 4 '7* 21 '2 8.43 J. A. Wainright -6 acres of land in NE comer ; ;
++.*+
N. P. awthanSW'4 of SEViSW 25 7 21 40 2(8 of the SEVi. less % acre in -i
| :'tBernando- county took the first J. T. Lovelace _.._. >.i of NEVi aDd SE}( of NE corner bounded E br aee k I -

Dane of, Hernando de Soto, the ex- To the Democratic Voters of Florida: NWViE 28 7 21 80 6.20 tion line between 28 and 29, !.. a .,1-
Unknown of NEH of SEViEVi 35 7 21 20 1.61 S by S. A. L Railway, W br ...'
1>Mret. I desire to.thank you sincerely for John Livingston < of NEVi 36 7 21 40 US Blitch'a place, N br Vi sec .;: r.,.Y

| :,Snorter county took the name of a the splendid vote you gave me for re- J. H. Owens -SEVi of NEVi and SWVi of tion also 4 line acres in of Everlr land addition ;. ..'. a
commenc 4.
SEr of SE 36 7 21 60 163 i
Nfohtionary officer General Thomas election for the office of Commissionerof WaD Bros.' All __ Vi 1 7 22 640 304J7 ing at NW corner of the SWVi ;' ",

Sinter, for whom Fort Sumter was Agriculture in the primary held on A. J. Gnffia --_-....,_. .!SEVi of SWVi 2 7 22 40 19.48 of thence SWVi S"'and 418 ran feet E thence 484- feet.W ;, -;; :"-., i-,; 9
S. A. Carter _NEVi of NWVi 3 7 22 40 22J2 .
484 ,
feet thence N 418 '
atmd. June 2nd. The official count shows Unknown ia feet to ; KI
.NWU of NEVi! less 6 acres point of beginning of section "Y

I Citrus' county was so named because that I have carried forty seven out of NE corner 3 7 22 35 17.40 28 township 6. S range ?..-_ 28 8 22 .. 2C.04:
Mrs. Emma Ott .WVi of SEVi of SE%, aDd SE John Parker Lot 4 of block 1 of _
Livingston
ol the abundance of orange groves. the fifty counties in the state and with! M of SEVI of SEViNEVi 4 'I'22 30 15.65L Truby and Coj sub division.. .., p L,
L Stacey of 4 7 22 40 19.90S. : 4.59
SWViSEVi S. G. Shffler
Lob
3 and 4
Tliec1rOrd especially refers to a small a majority of 15900. S. Chandler ...._...... of NWVi 4 7 22 40 20.M Livingston. Truby ofvblock and 34.Cos of k\ a -

1108. of trees of the orange family. My race was a most remarkable one Marshall Jackseon _One of acre a lot square owned in br NE Andrew corner sub division ............... 7.78
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f;4 % of NWViBeginning .._ S 7 22 1 .1..32 city Ta< .Deder.
nfaent --
friends
politician David more than I have i
Levy, after- words to Miles Robinson 210 feet E of NW I:
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wa..w David Levy Yulee, one of FlorHtt express. I corner of NWVi of NEVi of jj {
' section 5 and running S 210 -
early promoters. My race was conducted on a high feet, thence E 420 feet thence ..

t Alachua county has a Greek or and honorable plane and at no time N 210 feet thence W 420 feet itI '
to point of beginning ._ 5 7 22 2 U' --
Ibikogee Indian name, meaning did I indulge in any thing that might C. M. Sparkman Three acres commencing at N v. ,
*'sPMy, savor of unclean W corner of NW% of NEVi r <'
marshy plain. politics. The -
great and run S 420 feet thenee E I' i i ,.
LIftyette| is one of the numerouslNogrnphkal support accorded me by you, I feel 630 feet, thence N 210 feet,'
thence W 420 feet thence N
namesakes of the Mar- sure is in a large measure due to your 210 feet thence W 210 feet to : -

4tbl de la Fayette who aided the love of justice and right. The fact point of beginning in NWVi IN .
of NEVi 5 742 3 4.1
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Awrfcan revolutionists. that you had faith in me and my cause Unknown _......_..........-All of NWVi. of SEVi lying STOCK \ ;

;; "Columbia county, with a host of and desired my success makes this E of railway ._ 5 7 22 10 5.78 ,
Millie Jones One acre in NW comer of W 1 4 PL.L1IEBS SESAWS 5TEAX
jhrs places, honors the name of the one of the proudest: periods of my life.I V, of NW% of NE'4 W ofrailway JlATCBEaS SELF rEEDS

tocwerer of 'merica. again thank in _. ._ 8 7. 22 1 2.03 ) FEED RIP .
all
you sincerity. TOWER EDGERS '
' Isaac Clark -N two urea of EVi of NWVi 1"BDIBEBS -
Hamilton U one of the eight counties Very respectfully, of SW% ___ 8 7 22 2 1.03 PEBKlS5' SHINGLE IUCBI..YEBYDG
ia J. E. Sullivan ..............-SV4 of NEVi of NEVi 9 7 22 20 Ut ., '
the country owing their names W. A. McRAE Wm. Edwards -SWVi of NEVi -- 10 7 22 40 21.43 I Eo.. t. 40.. SAWMILL l .

to Alexander Hamilton the statesman Commissioner of Agriculture. L M. Little -SU of NEVi of NEViSWii -. 10 7 22 20 9.96 BOILERS. u0 t. 40" Light aid Bean
L M. Little of NEU and SW% of
tad financier SEli of NW'4 11 7 22 50 2443 SA.DUST COtTEToas SL.\B CA.n"ETOIll :'

; Jowumee Paul Proa.' A1l 12 7 22640 322.67 GASOLr.E- ESCISes sn.ut .
county took its name I GIVES WORK TO FEW. E. B. Des _NWVi; of NWVi and S4 ofN FCmSum ",

troy the river. It is an Indian word WI4 and NEVi of SW% 15 7 22 160 11.88 MULLS STAVE JIILLSDUSToY -

vtriousy The number, of men employed by B. E. Van Buren C\E'4 of SWVi ......_._. 15 7 22 40 2.68 SAWS I
interpreted, but is probably f the liquor industry is about E. B. Dos _-_ -NEVSWVi. and EU of NWVi and < iT
100
SAW BITS foe
HriWIcI from award pa r of NWy! 16 7 22 280 1133 aU makes ., saws f
stub" signifyingor $1,000,000 of capital That is less L K. Little .._:-------.. -NEVi of 'E'4 13 7 22 40 2.68 SJUF'rISG PULLET BOXES t. '
'echo river." than one-fifth L. M. Little _'E'4 of SELL 17 7 22 40 2.C8
. .Madison is of the of the number employed Mary RammageSE'4 of SE%. 17 7 22 40 3.79 1 BELTlSC 4 cracle.-mK1aai t. list
one numerous for the same amount of capital in Unknown That portion of NVi of NWVi; LOG CHAINS Cl. T BOOKS TOSGS r t
waSes named in honor,of Presidentaces other W of railway 17 7 22 18 2U52JU 'Eln'TIr.G'FOB TIlE 38AW311LL
' industries. It is estimated that Unknown ------------:..-One lot commencing TO yardsW
Madison
if the capital used in the of SE renter of section 19 -
(Taylor owes its liquor busi- aid run N 70 yaris. thenceW Write fol'Prices
name to General
ness and the 'a ;
money spent on drink 10 yards thence S TO yard '
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ritry.. Taylor, for whom comt'!,s in were turned into thence E 10 yards to point of .
**. other useful channels it beginning ia Ham*! n _____ 19 7 22 '
t state were so called. would give employment to Unknown ----------------.-All NEVi of SWVi N of rail- ,

, Jsffcnon county was probably nam- 000 over 3,000 rod _.1, 7 22 38 UI 1' .
more men and Unknown _. i "
"ifc support 15,000,00 .LotH of block 14 in Hamp- i .:
,;President ,Jefferson whose ton _
19 'I Si
more 9.10
population in -
.the A.
United States. A. McDonald --....-T IOta 5. C. 7, 8. and 9 of block '

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-*. 3't ,PAGE EIGHT i 1"HE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. i .v
FRIDAY.
I OULYb
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r?, l'j'' '. ville. Brother Ezell will be assistedby HUSBAND ."t

.{- the pastor, Rev. Olin Boggess and RESCUED'P

Rev., Gus Davis, .of the M. E. South "" \'

j conference. These three men are DESPAIRING WIFE f RhumatissiScrofula r

County' News Items powerful preachers of the gospel ,anda
:' Blood 1 Poison
good meeting' is anticipated The -
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,," c meetings are held,under a tent in the Malar
,. After.Poor Yew of
Ducompaf
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school
yard. Everybody is invited.Mr. .
'' 'i1MrristkS 1'IctI'.Gath red During the: Week b' our' H. C. Richard, 'of Starke, wasa C I.JIn..Bullock GtTt Ii 11 F' Skin;. Disease

., Ryular Corrap ondmu. business, visitor to Lawtey Monday. Up DesPair. HwbwdCine .. it '.'t'-
Because Puri
The many friends here of Prof R. tp Ieae. '

I .' -- -s. __ B. Jackson are congratulating him on tlie Blood 'f

: LAKE BUTLER. (livery stable on his lot. in front of the appointment of postmaster of Citron,.Ky.-Ia an ,interesting letter BEAD WHAT HOTBD Ions SAf-.fr.j, t ...-

Rumor his it that a block of stores C. W. Whitten &Co.s store and will Lawtey. Prof. Jackson has been as- t I from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock LIPPMAN'S GREAT REMSDY-P. >j

ii' are to be erected in the center of the be ready to make drives night or day. sistant postmaster for several weeks writes as follows: "I suffered for four : : p
ABdrsdu. writes Battl !....
and has proved himself to be the Regeaey. : & *f tUSataaaahn;
I town If this be. so, then those, with Miss Maude-Hauird, who has been fears; with womanly troubles,and during *It Ii the 1adtng blood purifier." fTtntioairzlt: [ s"Bad aeea aatlaet!
right man in t.e right place. this time I could sit Dr.WJalteMed.x..u..Ga..prescribes Malarial ff/Yet Juttq from a
for week
I the .new, post office and the proposed conducting a millinery store here for only up a little it, and with P.P.P.completely cured J.H. days I took your medicine u a fo to
Duncan Hotel will be a splendid addition the past six months, returned to her I while, and could not walk anywhere at : DaTidaon who had offend fifteen hope. but now confess that P.PawalUEMfiC' .P.
!
I t. Headache and 7euaw1tJabloDdpc con and oases _
Nervousness
t.. to Lake Butler., home at Lake City to spend the sum- Cured. UL At times I would have severe paini : =
IT WILL HELP YOU,.TOO-AT ALL D IHJ CGI =
"Chamberlain's Tablets 8T8- too.
I The draining of the,lake, has been mer months. ( are entitled In my/left side.,

y.1 one of the ,big questions of the day, J. T. Brooks and family, accompanied to' all the praise I can give them,"I The doctor was caned, and his treat. 'F. 'V.. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAHCEORCIWhEIEYFRiu i.

" ', but the term by some is misunder by ,Miss Lanatha ahd Sallie Wal- writes'Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, sent! relieved me for a while but I was \

f' stood. The lake is,not.to be drained, ker, motored over to Providence in N. Y. They have cured me of head-/ soon confined to my bed again. After

I but lowered to summer level so that his new Ford and spent the day with ache and nervousness and restored me. mat, nothing seemed to do me any good :

: '. the,Swamps which make approach to his mother, returning in the after- to my normal health." .For sale by all, I bad gotten so :weak I could not stand,
dealers. I I and I save tin In desnalr. .
the lake impossible will be no more. :
Our beautiful lake will then be of noon.Miss Nannie Andrews, Maude Hau At last, my husband got me a bottle of NEEIL

; value to the town. Lake Butler is ird, Eva and Ruby Byrd spent the IN MEMORIAM.To Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com .

: : Lillia Johns, who died May 24, menced taking it; From the very first
without doubt the best fishing ground week end at Worthington.

r .. I have,,ever known. It is literally Ernest Wells visited relatives at 1914. dose, I could tell It was'helping me. Ian A GENERAl TONIC._ TME GRDY'J '

teeming with fish, and there are few Lake Butler Sunday. Our hearts are sad, we drop a tear now walk two miles without its :

fisherman who come home empty- Starke was represented Tuesday by as we pen these lines to the memoryof tiring me, and am doing my work." \ T. Y

,handed S. Johns and'Sid Gordon. one we love so dear. if you are all run down from womanly The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is' 'tt.
troubles w
don't give up in despair. Try ,
: The board of trade is busy, we have Miss Ada Kennedy, Vanderbilt's efficient A precious from has Cardui the woman's tonic. It has helped Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the U "
gone
one
enterprising newspapers, and there is assistant teacher, visited her us more than a million women, in its 50 Drives Out Malaria Enriches "
,., a tendency to boost the town such as homefolks at Lake Geneva .Saturdayand A voice we loved is stilled years of wonderful success, and should th&Bloid'and'Builds
have never been 'manifested before. Sunday. A place is vacant in our home surely help you too. Your druggist has the Whole Systemt Town People and .Children
That sold Cardui for He knows what _.
be filled. yean. .
never can r
-
With our splendid sidewalks, the gras- Earl Whitten"went to Evergreen to it will do. Ask him. He will recom 'l'4-
sy plots and beauty spots','there is no church Sunday. mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Von know what you are taking when you take Croe' Tasteless chuTR'

reason why we should not have a hundred 0.. K. Cull will preach at the Chris- She has gone to join loved ones gone Wafts Chattanooga as the formula is printed on t''t"l.abet showing that it contains the wellk
to: Medkiot Co. ladles'Advisory tonic properties of QUININE tad
before IRON. It is
o or two winter residents, and we tian church the first Sunday in each .Dept, Clutunoot TnnH for Spec ei as strong as the strongest I"
Where death and parting comes never liutructiont on your cue and M-we boob Horn tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and '
? : will month.W. treatment tor Woam,"sent IB plain wrapper.' E66-B Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Cites life and vigor to 'a
f SS If you are fond of fishing come hp.refor J. Epperson, an employee of the more. Mothers and Pale Sickly Children., Removes Biliousness:without ,

.. a few days. If you are not pleased I state prison farm, visited his family, Whenever You Need Relieves nervous depression and low spirits.. Arouse the liver to ate pun
General .
then. the Lake Butler correspondent .! in Lake Butler Saturday night and So hard it seems to give her up, Take Grove's a Tonic purifies the' blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Streng *'

_i will take the blame, and the editor Sunday.J. But we'll be good and true; The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your D 'qg&ist.eWe. mean ft.:

, ,is at liberty to tell you my name. B. Dowling, of Lake Butler, was And someday, it may be soon, chill Tonic is equally valuable as a ."' : .

I ,Mr Robert O'Berry, the proprietor here on business Saturday. Perchance we'll meet with her. General Tonic because it contains the .

< of the meat market has moved I well known tonic properties of QUININE j i
new Read the Telegraph and grow fat. .
and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives
l between Mr. Dell'sstore We shall meet, but we shall miss her, ,
to vacant store @
a out Malaria Enriches the Blood and
I I" and.the. post office. We have HAMPTON.Mr. There is now one vacant place;. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. j SEEDS SEEDS ,

I .:1 now three'meat markets. R. D. Rawley and son, Mervin, We shall linger to caress her, >t

s A prominent business man of left Tuesday for Delaware, where When we breathe our evening prayer COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT.To Cow or Field Peas; Velvet Beans Chuff::5
they will join Mrs. Rawley who is ;:
Starke says that Lake Butler offers the Honorable Board of County
the in that state God in His wisdom has recalled Peanuts; Sorghum Millet SeteclediField
the best opportunity for a new general spending summer Commissioners of Bradford County, ; ; :: ,::

store of any place he has ever with relatives. The boon His love had given; Florida: Corn. Complete and full ,stock; Gar W

seeL Messrs. Grant and Gunter have ar- And tho the body slumbers'here, I the
undersigned treasurer of said den Seed feed ?J
,Mrs. Mattie Jones has been taken rived from McIntosh and took chargeof The'soul is safe in Heaven. county, beg leave ,to submit the fol- Poultry' : :)and y-

'seriously ill. She is being attended the blacksmith and auto repair lowing report for the month ending Supplies; .Incubator;; ::

by.Dr., Mainei shop and business formerly operatedby Tis ,God that has bereft 'us, 30th Oldest established
May 1914: and largest Seed House; %i? Florida< wl
Mr. Cameron. He can all our sorrows heal; .
Work has already'commenced on School b-rtiitriet totaL for j*
illustrated
the canal for draining. the lake. It Miss Bessie' Rogers, a popular Yet again we hope to meet thee, May I, to amount on hand --__S0416.S7 Catalogue.. -
May 110, to amt reed of W. V.
I win empty into New River. young lady of Putnam Hall, passed When the Glory Land's revealed.' S. A. L. tax__ ?Knott____ 1171.49 E. A. MARTIN FEED'CO'i <
soy !1'0, to amt recd-of W. V. Knott, r.
da Services .will be held in the Methodist through Hampton Monday, enroute to I .
G. S. A F. tax ...._.. 790.'9 '
churches of New Zion and Lake Atlanta, where she will take a course When in Heaven in joy we greet thee, May 110, to' amt reed of W. V. Knott 206 East Bay SL JACKSONVILLE; "
A. C. L. ,. '
Butler next Sunday. Rev. H. Logan in millinery. Y Where no farewell tear is shed, May 30. to amt tax -reed- of B.,M.? Dowling. 667.02 : :

preached to good congregations in I Attorney Knight, of Starke, was a Dear Lillia took her sta1t and traveled reeelot No. 17 1170.08 -
May: SO, to amt reed sale Raiford .-' t. "
'' Hampton last Sunday. business visitor here Monday and on, bonds No. 22 8161.66 -- J '

t:1! :I ,-Ser. and Mrs. W. J. Haines are Tuesday.Mr. Till she reached the Land of Peace; May school: SO. fund to amt_..transferred. from 22.60 .

t :". visitors at the home of Mrs. Viney i Beard, business' manager of the Where. trouble never comes again, Total ... 4 .

.f! : DiekeL Mrs., Roberts, a relative of Standard Fertilizer Co., of' Gainesville I And pleasures never cease. May 80, by amount paid out _42290.01 67S9.01 '

ji the last named lady, was an uccx* was a welcome visitor here Sun- May 30, to amt on hand 36531.00 FavoriteFertilizeARE

pected, though a very welcome, visitor Where congregations ne'er break up, General Fand t
t day.The Hay ___
I. to amt on hand 572.86
>> also. Rev..W. J. Haines preachedat Hampton Dramatic Club reproduced And Sabbaths,have no end; May 30. to amt reed of W.' V. Knott 1 *

tht Disciple church on (Tuesday the pretty play The Corner Oh, there she dwells with, Jesus, tax redemption month of Feb. 1914 7.48 i! ,
May 80, to amt reed of W. V. Knott 'i.
evening. Store," at the Auditorium of the High Never to part again. S. A. L. tax .._...-______; 628.65 '#"!
May 80, to amt reed of W. V. Knott
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We said "the board of trade la School building at lake Butler last G. S. A F. tax _____J____ 684.93
; busy," that is to say, what is left of Friday night, for the benefit of the Thou art gone-we no longer behold May 80, to amt reed of W. V. Knott .
___
A. C. L. tax ______ 871.S5
r them. A meeting to re-organize was Lake Butler High Schoollibrary. The thee. May aD, to amt reed of B. M. Dowling. BEST

held on Tuesday evening We have a people of Lake Butler are hospitable, Nor tread the, rough paths of the receipt No. 81 -__._... 477.07

J? few enterprising men who are the life also appreciative! and the Club was world by thy side; Total _____ 542.SJ' FOR S

.( and soul of everything they belong to, royally entertained.. But'the ,wide' arms of mercy are May 80, to amt paid out 1797.52 .

t the remainder, well -. Every bus- Miss Nellie Logan, of. Lake But- spread to enfold thee. lay 30. to amt on hand .. ..- 744.82 ALL CROPS "

iDeas man and every_other man, who ler, was a visitor in Hampton over Thou art gone and mansions forsaken, May 1. to amt General on hand School_Fand._ 7043.30 ,
Perchapce thy weak spirit in doubt May 30. to amt reed of W. ,V. Knott, Write for
Catalogue.
has the isteresi of the town at heart Swiday.The .
state school tax _...... ____ 1658.76
.. abonld be'a i member.' It is unfair to Dramatic Club have promisedus lingered long; May 30. to amt reed of W. V. Knott, 1 "
tax redemption Feb. 1914 _____ 26.20May ar.f'
': leave your part to others just because a rare good'bill for the near fu- But the sunshine of Heaven 80 to amt reed of W. V. Knott '

h:, I they are willing. The board of trade ture. It goes without saying that a Beamed bright on thy waking. May S. 30 A., L.to amt tax reed of W. V. Knott.___ 1850.27 ;->,

't-, j is a decided advantage to the store- large and enthusiastic crowd is G. 8. A F. tax __________ 2047.26 p
i He of all should be awaiting the final announcement as Dear Lillia, thou art gone to rest, May 80. to amt reed of_ W._ V. Knott,
,1 eeper, men a A. C. L. tax __ ____ 1299.72
... j I member.If up to the present time, they:have had We will weep for thee, May receipt 30. to No.amt 81 reed of B. M. Dowling.. 2110.49 INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CT

i.": :. I there is an'item that our readers the best of success in the productionof But thou art now where thy spirit :.

'' I would like to have inserted in the their interesting, clean and moral longs to be. May, Total 80. to amt paid? out j fl 1457.24 n no ;JACKSONVILLE FLA.WE .

Telegraph, let them just mail it in plays.A .
May SO.'to amt hand __ _14578.76 "
Lake Butler to correspondent of the revival meeting at the Baptist Dear Lillia, thou art gone to rest, Building on Fand.- SELL SEED POTATOES !t I 4

,. Thy toils and cares are o'er. May 1. to amt on hand _____ 622.33
church will
before the of commence next Sunday
I Telegraph Wednesday
s May 30. to amt wd of W. V. Knott,
I each week. If signed it will appear. evening at 7:15 o'clock and continue And pain and suffering shall distress. tax redpmpt'on Feb. 1914 ____ 3.74
May 30. to amt reed of W. V. Knott.'
.1 i Between seven and eight o'clock on until the following Sunday evening. thee no more; S. A. L. tax ______ __..___: 264.32
The saints have welcomed thee home. Mav ?0, to amt reed of W. V. Knott LOT SALE.
brilliant cel'stialI Pastor,Henderson will be assisted by
r I I Tuesday night a G. S. ft: F. tax ___._______ 292.46 gta8li l 11N t
phenomenon was witnessed. A large Bro. Newton, who is a young minister ; May 50. to amt reed of W. V. Knott., -
II We hope to meet thee in Heaven, A. C. L. tax _________ 185.68 Residence' Lots Near New r) is tlieAnSftl'.o/
School }
; t meteor sped along the sky at terrific of great talent and pawer. Bro. May 30. to amt reed of B. M. Dowling ere ]

t 'speed, bursting at length into several Newton came from Charleston, S. C., Where we'll dwell with Jesus never receipt No. 81 235.94 Building. WEBSTER ',, -,

pieces.Three distinct reports three years ago to Florida, and his to part again. Total ____ 1604.47 II ,
-Written her mother. May SO to __________
I k talent attracted by -amt paid out
at
heard evangelistic NEW I
; l' were resembling a dynamiteS once The handsome new school buildingis I iNTERNATIOl ,
blast.,Its intense incandescence light- atention. His co-labor with Bro. Hen- Mar: ''30, to amt on hand __ 1604.47 looming toward completion and -
Drama Fand. up e Ten IIIIAII'IImI :cD -
I. : I ed up the whole country much lighter derson in' revival work last summer JUDGE FOR ,YOURSELF. fay 1. to amt on hand ____ 678.88 we are getting many inquiries about Beery day in TOUT talk and '

than moonlight. In its passage thru resulted in about one hundred conver- Mav 80. to amt reed of B. M. Dowlinn. residence lots on 'Ninth and Tenth i!'home,on the street car. in the> office> i
receipt No. 31 772.40Total
Which is a and school tie
i I our atmosphere it, burnt itself out. sions. They have just closed a meet- Better-Try an Experimentor streets near,the school. Some of the ingot some you ma likely word.question A friend i
Profit by a Starke 1551.28 "What harden Ton IthelocfttionofZ
makjM mortar
ing at Rex, 'where the building was Citizen's May: 80,by amt paid out __ 733.48 parties interested! are from Lake But- n
t I not near large enough to accomodatethe 'Experience. ler Theressa elation Of JujHtr What U **# <
Hampton and
'Brook-
i RAIFORD. Something new is an experiment. May 30, to amt on hand ____ 617.80 This New Creation answers all.kind"
large crowd. The people of Read and Bridge Fand. questlooalnLapguagejlidery.
A. D. Andrews visited Worthington Hampton to be congratulated Must be proved to be as represented. May 1. to amt on hand ___._____ 3134.82 lyn.Our I 1 Fiction,Foreign Words.Trades, ArtiiI .,
are
on object is to make choice residence '
May 30. to amt reed of W. V. Knott, a Sciences tf AteasfcJ'. 1' '
Tuesday. securing the'se Vices of Rev. New- tax redemption Feb. 1914 ____ 20.68 sections of these lots and 1 4004)00 Worts.

Mrs. .M. T. Farnell and daughter, ton. The presence and co-operation of The statement of a manufactureris Mr S.* A.30. L.to .tax amt _reed of _W.__V.__Knott__ 1453.79 blocks. I eooo must tl B .

Miss Maude, of Fort White,is visitingher of not convincing proof of merit. May t0. to amt reed of W. V. Knott, 5 Cost$490.040.
af- ;
regardless
everybody, religious G. S. A F. tax ._______ 1608.56 Easy term payments; Not less than :1700 Pass.
i son, Dr. W. W. Farnell this week. filiation will be appreciated. But. the endorsement. of, friends_ is.. May 30, to amt reed of W. V. Knott, one-fourth cash, with balance in six The only dictionary h .
Dewey Pinholster, of Brooker, visited JNow supposing you -had a -bad back.A A. C. L. tax ____k_________ 1021.21 a the iNrd101d'dpOOR"Ch5f'
May 30. to amt reed of B. M. Bowling twelve: eighteen and twenty-four acterUed an "A Stroka of ri
i his sister, Mrs. Sam Tillis, Sun- LAWTEY. lame, weak or aching one, reecint No. 31 __ 1297.51 months. Genius.
Would May 30. to amt reed of S. Bt Denmark I u ..mkMtrfmdow
day. Considerable interest was taken in you experiment with it?: reeeiot No. US _______ 60.90 If you want to be sure of the best fi On thin, *' strong, ,
} Mrs. You will read of May 30, to amt reed of S. B. Denmark, pnqe
S. B. Denmark returned to many socalledcures. Ii
the school trustee election here Mon- reeriot No. 114 ___.._______ 220.50 selection, apply at once to India papef. What a tabu.taetiontoowft.eMerriam- '
Starke: Sunday. day, 50 votes being polled against 14 Hay "0. to amt reed of S. B. Denmark COMER L PEEK & SON I "= Webster in-form sought ,
$ }4. Mrs. Onie Sapp visited relatives at Endorsed: by strangers from'faraway receipt No. 115 _____ 5L80 and. ronrenlnnt to u el j
i two years ago. The vote was as fol- May to. to amt reed of S. B. Denmark, 6195t. Owners. One half the Uik-kneM andweightofregularBdition.
Worthington Sunday., lows: A. H. Harley, 31; G. T. Pearce, places receipt No. 117 _65.30:I I .j ;

Lem Sapp is erecting an up-to-date 24; G. W. Brown, 27; T. J. Terry, 24; It's different when the endorsementcomes Total 8924.97 t & btrEMM: IOn -
from home. May 80. by amt paid out ... 1678.60 +*+++ 11111111111111.-. = strong hook raper.wt.
Chas. Dinkins, 17; L. H. Hill, 1; Jas. i! 1 lba. SUe i3sltsRs
H. Moore, 30; J. B. McCulley, 1 Geo. Easy to prove local testimony., May: 30 to amt on hand ___ 7246.37 + 61' tinchea.G.4C..
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wanuncio,1mARENEaaaImsy L. Futch, '1; A. H. Harley, J.B.. Read this Starke case: May: 1. to amt on hand _______ 94.37 + J. C. POPPELL' .+. Iii S =_ p. '.
r Moore and G. W. Brown Mrs. M. V. Hazel, Broadway, Starke May: 30. to amt reed of W. V. Knott. + Attorney-at-Law 4' ....tIa--..GIll 1
wire elected. .
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tax redrmition Feb 1914 1.88 .
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you have the first symptom of a rundown The th ; -mill tax was also carried. says: "I have used Doan's Kidney -:'I I'Mar 30, to amt reed of W. V. Knott f = g-M'
system,and nervous too often Pills on different occasions for S. A. L. tax,__ _____ 132.16 + Practice in State 5
people conceal Mr. A. M. Blanchard and family M.- -II. t0 of W. V. Knott, + :: .....
their aches and pains and suffer in spent Monday at Kingsley lake. backache and other symptoms of kid-I!!, G. S.. A: F. tub___________ 14 623 + and, Federal Courts. g .
silence while,neglected,this condition i "''- ,
'OJ mt reed of W. V. Knott,
often foreruns more serious trouble. Miss PriscillaThomas, of Jacksonville ney complaint and they have given]S A. C. L. tax _________ 92.84 f + lt EBUICO '
If those so afflicted would stop taking is me great relief. I have the same high May 30. to axt reed of B. M. Bowling, + Office in Jones Bldg + g ,
medicine spending a few days here as receipt :No. 31 ______ 117.96 ..''itIWMius.
.. containing alcohol or drugs the guest of Miss Mayme Lou Moore. praise for this remedy now as I did May: 30.: to amt reed of S. B. Denmark, STARKE, FLORIDA. +. .
,. .which menace the foundations of health, when I gave a public statement rw-efr-t No. 113 __________ 25.00 +
,: and Mri: Will McCormack and daughters some May: 30. to amt reed of S. B. Denmark. +
.. uoanishmentinScott'sEmulsionitwoullcreate Misses Bessie and Agnes of time ago." a(I reee'pt No. 114 __________ 15.00 +, **+++++H.44 t-H"i..> I I
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Price May: 80. to amt reed of S. B. Denmark. .
new blood to pulsate through the Gainesville, are visitors.at the homeof 50 cents at'all dealers. Don't reeeict No. 115 ________ 7.00
3. organs, refresh their bodies and build up simply ask for a kidney May -n, to an+"eed of S. B. Denmark
the whole nervous, system. It Is rich Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith.. Doan's remedy ?et receipt No. 116 JT.._ 7.00 For .
? ustaining nourishment,free from wines, A revival meetir.g'was started her Kidney Pillls-the same that Weakness and Loss of Appetite To Prevent Blood
Sq: alcohols or drugs. Shun substitutes. Sunday by Rsv. Mrs. Hazel had. Foster-Mi;burn Co. Total __ 619..4 The Old Standard general strrflgtfminr tonic. apply a't once the wonderful old rd'
Henry Ezell of Brien May au, to amt paid out 649.53 I GR01E'STASTELESSc1m71TO\lCdriftsout PORTER'S ANTISEPTIC HEALING Ctfcal
Props. Buffalo, N: Y. Malaria and builds up the system. A and
h e true tonic dressing that relieves pain
t tn May: 30 by amt overdraft. u..._....., 10.08 ,I and sure AoDetizer. For adults and childien. SOc. U e same time. No;? a liniment' Yk.,'

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