Bradford County telegraph
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00027795/01977
 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01977
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ra'lOad'VISITORS' HERE- T+++*+11 I # 11+N++i**.*** +++.+ IIIIIJ++H++Itt*+*++ FOURTH OF JULY ECHO '

_, .* 4 "*" V .' First Joint Army and Militia Broom Factory to'Be Established : +. + ,

' talt-\r.ppridated .. CAN YOU BEAT ITT Encampment In.. In The Wateroak I. THE WORST OF ALL. + Other Interesting 'News From : '

1By. Her Florida. .! 11' Section. + 4 The'Thriving Town of
'j Everybody has heard of i + From the +
,. Guests. an exchange we clip Hampton.
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tt"' I ""'--- prize cows giving several gallons The first joint army and militia en- Another source of revenue for + following +. t

it' celebrated Uncle 'Sam's .V of milk every day and campment ever. held'in Florida ii 'to i Bradford county has been discovered, + After God had finished the Hampton, Fla. Last Saturday

T 'this year* as never before.tic6ntion .' producing many pounds of .. begin the 10th' of this month, when and another industry has been born + rattlesnake, toad and vampire + night, upon the arrival of the G. S. .

s ;' butter every week, but who '. organizations of the regular army within her borders that promises + he had some awful substance +
was given under the & F. passenger train No. 11,from the
| ever heard of a heifer one year are to arrive in Florida and go into much for thefuture.x, + left. With this he made the ,*
of the board of trade and it. milk. We have talk- north,,at 10:30, there was considerable -
5. giving camp at the state camp grounds at Mr. Jchn Rigdon, of the Wateroak 4 knocker, which is a two-legged +

J. that the city,entertainedMsiton ed with some of olr',oldest in- Black Point, later to be joined by the section, has been experimenting with + animal with a crok-screw soul, + excitement caused by the arrest .

ft :from Bradford and ad- habitants here, but they never two regiments of infantry of the Na- broom-corn and has demonstrated thatit + water-sagged brain and combination + of L F. Herring, whc presented ,a "

_ eoanties, the; largest crowdllif.lm heard of such a thing. tional Guard of Florida.As can be successfully grown in this + backbone of jelly and sickening appearance with.his clothes

here oc- Nevertheless, Mr. C. N. Cooper has been previously anonunced, section. In fact, Mr. Rigdon has been' .# glue + torn and bloody. I A .
fathered upon any ,
{ who lives one mile north of 41 + Where other have +
the camp' is to be commanded by an growing broom-corn and.is now en- people

. ( ,i' ople. ct'came. from every. point Starke on the Lawtey road, + officer of the regular army, CoL J. C. gaged in manufacturing brooms. At + hearts he carries a tumor of + The story as told 'by eye witnesses t tis ,

|'At*compass, on-foot, on horses, in + has 'a fine Jersey heifer one Mallory of the Twenty-ninth infantry present he has nothing but a foot- + rotten principles. i partly as follows. Herring was'on

Bee, by'rail and in all kinds + year old that is giving one having been detailed by the war power machine for making brooms, 4 When he goes -down the of the train.and apparently Intoxicated. k.

; aora quart of good milk every day. + department for that duty. CompanyH but he has awarded to Mr. D. C. + street honest men turn their .+ Dr. T. E. Miller was also a passenger .

$ began to straggle into town Mr. Cooper bought the heifer + of the Twenty-ninth infantry is un- Chase, Jr., of this city, a contract fort + backs, angels in heaven take + on the train. Herrin approached the

and before the sometime ago in Dublin, Ga. der orders to participate in this en- e erection of a broom factory within + refuge behind their harps and +. t
M tf Ja the.BMrning doctor and drew him into conversation -
+ + campment and will come from Fort the next two months. Modern ma- 4 the devil, locks the gates. ,
hour all the roads '
.. ins .an. high and soon became Some
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Jay, New York, for that purpose. The chinery will be installed for manufacturing .
1 IIiJiD ;tee' Starke were pouring words .
warm were passed, w.hen, be- :
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'Cd humanity into the'citypa'ioon order issued from the headquarters of] brooms and broom handles. Mr. ,
fore anyore knew what vas really up,
+the streets were crowded BOY A HERO. I the eastern department of the army Rigdon will manufacture handles for 'Herrin had thrown' his left

.Tgood-natured pleasure' seekers. Little Lawrence Ray, of Dunedin,. provides that these troops shall reach his own factory and for the market. OF THE FLORIDA arm '=
around the!
doctor's neck drew
1Chlef. and Sheriff J son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray, formerly the Florida state camp grounds not The[ maple wood used in broom handles STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN a re--y,.
;; .of4PoliceVKite' volver and while holding the doctbn -,
of Starke has placed himselfin The of the Florida State
' later than July 6. The will abounds in the Wateroak section catalogue
Bwmark took, extra ,precautions toparent company pointed the gun in bis'face..,The doctor V
disorder that would line for a Carnegie medaL The come fully prepared for field duty and he thus has an unlimited supplynear College for Women which is now being ,
mar ,realized what close plate| he '
: a : was
'following dipping from the Clearwater and will be accompanied by a detach- at hand. distributed by that college, is off
festivities' of Pie day, but a more in and made an'effort to break awn... "'
Sun tells the story: ment of hospital men. Mr. Rigdon has fifteen acres o : interest not only to every citizen who V
Utterly crowd of the same size waseeierE corps from Herrin, when Herrin,Bulled the
"A fe wdays ago Mrs. Davis with broom-corn of his own this Of has a daughter to send to college, but
(fathered in one place. Onlynest ,Arrangements by Regulars. year. trigger. The doctor, in his effort' to
husband and son were in bathing at 11 I course, he will not attempt to to every one who takes'pride in the .
... One mantaken this grow R
was necessary. The arrangements for encampment break away, slipped and fell toVthe' :
the Dunedin Lodge Dock when onlyin of his state educational in-
; all the corn he used but he will try progress
11 and detained
into custody are wholly in the hands of the : floor, which put his head and 'face'
about three or four feet of water, stitutions. The book gives the his-
to interest his neighbors in the
Pta the fumes of, the liquor he had regular officers representing the eas- growing out of range of the man's gen, the
in unaccountable Mrs. : of the college and shows the sub-
some of broom-corn, and this will be an tory
in too freely had left his tern with bullet fired back of the doe- ;
department, headquartsrsat : passing
' Davis lost her footing and was going matter when they understand stantial growth it has made since it
std 0 that:released.H Governors Island, New York. All easy tor's head and shoulders and jstrking
down for the third time, when little what a profitable it is to was found-d. The,list of the facultyand
iinain feature of the for and crop grow. Herrin's left wrist '
day'l.fes arrangements transportation shattering
. : Lawrence Ray ran to her assistanceand Three can be from one other officers, exclusive of the the'7'
:was old-fashioned. picnic subsistence made crops grown and continued its
from that bone
are being course on V, !<
' helped her up. She was in a semi- planting in one year. Each cutting rtate boards, comprises 42 names. The ,;t '.... .. -
< barbecue at the city park whorew i : -
p ,, point.' Second Lieutenant Frederick through the coach and passed'through ,; .
x conscious condition but quickly described consists of ,
plant a cam
was will yield about two tons acre, as 't' -
beef, which had been'propeookecl Holmer, United States coast artillery per the''ieshy pa..rt'of A. 'A. Futc 's leg, '
the before' Mr. revived by her husband who had and three cuttings will yield six tons pus of 103 acres, and seven buildings?i. / 'v f{ ,
; day by corps, has been detailed as camp making"ragged wound. The desperate 7 \:
off from,where Mrs.' Davis was including 'a $30,000.00 dining
swam each At the new
acre '
per year. present "
daimT1aon and chicken .,.
s / pflhra quartermaster and is expected to ar- man was disarmed and guarded J
r' standing only a few moments before. price of 8 cents a pound one acre of room. Information is given also con-
$ wrved in abundance. These two rive in Florida within until the train reached
( the next few Hampton, f; .
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"We think this quite remarkable broom-eon will produce an annual income erring the terms of admission to the ,
-Viora& Wbaekbbne of
; the days to make the preliminary where he was turned over to DeputyV
arrangements .
presence of mind, quick action for a of $960. college and the work of the various ., .
_ but baskets and boxes of other for the encampment. Cameron, who took Herrin to Starke ; i
furnished 'by ,nine year old boy. Congratulations, Indian corn thrives in Bradford departments, viz., the graduate school, _'
liberally I There will be little to do, however, ex- and landed him in jail. D. Miller ,
and sciences'the
college of arts normal ,
Larry. county, and wherever Indian com will
ladies of Starke. Only =
one cept to provide the suppliesfor stopped over in Hampton until Sunday
fi. school, the college of art, expresssion
but the
:grow grow
.,occurred in the dinner
the grounds have been morning when he continued on
LIST OF JURORS. camp I broom corn is, the most profitable and music, as well'as concerning -
'e. Before the tables were his to Pa1 tta. lIe returned
prepared by the state authorities and journey
The following named have I the work carried throughoutthe
men In fact, if the figures furnished on
.. ijrd before the food was dis- are ready for occupancy and in first I crop. to Hampton Sunday night and spent
been drawn to grand'and state the extension division of
serve as pe- us correct broom-corn will by .
in'fact before aU the bas-
; ,
[ class condition. the night here, leaving for his home '
tit jurors at the special term of the yield more revenue for the labor and the home economics department '
of food had arrived
a'park ii .
'+ ,' a threatening rain cloud I Bradford county circuit court, which Held Bakery A Feature. .expense involved than any other Among the,items of interest to those times a Park Ga., where.he, prac-- .n 1.'

J': I I will convene on Monday, July 20, at (!The subsistence stores are to be who expect to go' to college soon, are ,".
the crowd and assault
I an 10:00 o'clock A. M.: supplied through the United States crop.Mr.. Rigdon is an expert broom the calendar for the academic year, Dr. Miller was formerly located,at ,;
made'apon the tables and they 'and made friends
Hampton many*
1-1Ting, James W.(4) quartermaster corps. An interesting maker. He can make a broom of and the statement of expenses, which >
first any '
eleaa. After the here .
swept as- I while and
they are congratulating
2-mrley, A. H. (1) feature of the encampment will be size from: watch for regular students in the college and
or style charm
food the ---------- any a ,
more was. placed upon the making of all bread within the him on his narrow escape front '
by school are
3 Gaskins an normal kept
,IIenr.r(8) army to a warehouse broom. We were *
rIa and it met the same fate. How-
," Mann'R. S., ____________(2) field bakery. This bakery has been shown a sample whisk broom of his modest sum of $124.00 for'35 weeks. what appeared certain death. 1 d I.
.tmrybody found to 1
Herrin it is said lives Hague
ordered to Florida from Washington manufacture that that Not the least interesting part of the near ,
aid several any can
after it was all over 6Poison(1) Fla. V
Barracks,near Washington, D. (X, and be bought anywhere. He also makesa catalogue is the register,, which .

sttuli..of 'food. remained. 7 Addison.Ira __________(8)81'ow1erlI. is a regularly organized unit of the I broom. small enough and novel shows that during the past year there Mr. Futch, who received the.,bullet ;! :.
:'for free automobile rides I
kkea ianied S. ._._____: __(2)I army. One of the features that has enough for a* watch charm. Another were in attendance at the college, 418 in his leg after it had: passed throughHemn's i
., by the hundred and thehats ;
t arm cashier in the'W. G.
... rot .automobiles 9-Harper, J. E. _________(2) appealed most to the thousands who idea of his is a whiskey flask concealed young women from 49 Florida coun- is

; :several hours were furnishing kepti'for 1001 ickliter, J. F__________(6) have had opportunity to visit the in a whisk broom. He is the .man ties and 12 states. The' catalogue Seals & Co.a bank at.this place,,and } #} '

' mica i forfhe,, of the Pannenter, J. L, _______(1) camps of the regular troops now sta- that put key in whiskey. shows clearly that young ladies of the entire community is in sympathy'
guests city.
,.V..; free, moving pictures at the 12 'Parrish, E. T. ._________(2) tioned along the Mexican border has Broom-corn produces seed in abun- Florida who wish to receive educational with him and hopes that no bad, re.
sults'will from the Iwound. rAt
I 11Mion theatre much 13-Dukes, W D. Jr. ______(9) been the operation of these field bak- dance and the seed is worth $6'a advantages of the highest type .or .
t were appreciat- <
Igfebjr'.t&f visitors and several shows 14 'Reynolds, James __________(1) I eries. The compactness of the outfit, bushel on the market at the lowest cost, can do so within this writing, he is resting: easy ...,
i I and we all hope to see Arthur's smiling V
15-Dowling, J. L (3) the efficient organization and manage- the borders of their own state. Young _
in the -------- ----
gjyifiveij afternoon to packed T \
l -Carter'C. L. (1) ment and the excellence of the output I women who are thinking of attending face through the cashier's;. window h
----------- r r
bll!1' was enjoyed throughout 17 Brownlee, J. M. __________(6) have come in for much favorable com- road'win as usual ran shuttle trainsto \ college in 1914-15, should write the again before many days. )
'4 ment. Florida people visiting the president of the college for a of Herring was brought buck from t
18-Cason Jesse _________ (2) copy
the '
afternoon at the Armory by the camp grounds at frequent in-
Starke Monday and given hearing {
grounds during the period of this catalogue. a ;
_____ camp
19-Raiford, H. W. (8) "
jraests and until a late hour tervals each day and there will be ad- '
,1 in Justice Seals' court, where i a was'put
i 20-AUen, Victor ______..(7) the encampment will have opportunityto <
the folks of boat service between the
evening by equate ; city
young under bond for $500.00 to await s .
21-Nettles, J. J. ___________(4) see one of these organizations in and the reservation. NEWSPAPER AT RAIFORD.Mr. ,

iii'I:3Q'o'clock: in the afternoon 22-Griffis, John W.(1) action. D. H. Moseley, of Raiford, call- the action of the.grand jury. A? )

!e. baseball between the a 23-Smith,' B. L ___________(4)) Medical Department.Each LEE'8 ed at the Telegraph office while hereon ,, .

.Bibb' Grays and game the Jacksonville 24-Fralick, L F. ________'___(4)] of the Florida regiments will, FAREWELL ADDRESS.. ,. business Wednesday and informedus July Fourth in Hampton wa< exceedingly -. z' t

liOXIwas!i witnessed at Duncan 25-Strickland, R. D. --------((6)] i of course, be accompanied by its own By request we publish below the that the Raiford Tribune would quiet. The majority! of .', }

k_Vy the largest, crowd that ever :I 26-Anderson, G. W. _________(8]) field hospital and sanitary troops, but farewell address of Gen. Robert C. make its initial bow to the public ia the population left the town foii\ the .' j 1

l .tecJ in that enclosure. Wflkerson, John ________((8)] I; camp surgeon will be Major Henry Lee to his army: the near future. Raiford is a thriv- day, many going to Starke, Jacksonville t

just'ef' the r business houses of the 28- ?Smith, Joseph R. _______(4)] : Page, medical corps of the army, whois Appomattox Court House, Va. ing little town of several.h ndred inhabitants Lawtey, Lake Geneva and, to :. -

!IJ,iad'tacp' private residences 29-Harrold, W. H _.__________((8]) to come from Fort Moultrie, South April 10, 1865.. and is located in one of Grandin., The depot presented cite{ i -

tastefully decorated with the 30 Newsome, Carter ________(6]) Carolina, to act as inspector and instructor Headquarters Army of Northern Vir- the richest sections of Bradford coun a lively scene during the morning,. 1\- .

., eoors and the 'whole city 31-Brown, Henry ____________(6]) of the medical officers and ginia-General Order No. 9- ty. Raiford has an, ambition to be on while the morning. trains were 'arriving ,.... T '
YYE 1 J101iaay Hemmingway.T.. F. _______(6) sanitary troops of the camp. After four years of arduous service the map and thinks the best way toget and the gang in the office repaed T } V

.. credit is appearance due the various 33-Truby, J. M ___________(6) The matter of the instruction of the marked by unsurpassed courage and there is to have a good newspaper, to be the only ones who had, a. .i0 b. .<

.who worked j so faithfully 34-Edwards, 'D. R. _________(1!} troops is receiving: first consideration. fortitude, the army of Northern Virginia and Raiford is right The Tribune There were 168 tbkets sold fofthetwo '' .

''''su4 ess of the occasion, and 35 Crawford, A. C. ________((|) The: program of exercises to be par- has been compelled to yield to will be published under the editorial morning trains. i i

8y'a" ladies .who, had chargedjnwr 36V-Brown, S. D. --------- .--(T) ticipated In by the Florida regimentshas overwhelming numbers and resources.I and business management, of, Mr. .'. '

been submitted to and approved need not'iell the brave survivors n f Moseley, :who is a newspaper man of A 'large crowd of HamptoritwT 1
'program en-
: MRS. HETTIE LAKE. by the commanding general of the [so many hard fought battles who have ability and experience, and with the '
I Toyed :
bUainess'men! I a picnic at .lake ; '
of the town the'4th. .
contributed gen- Mrs. Hettie Lake died Sunday, July Eastern department of tlw armv. The !remained steadfast to the last that I co-operation of the people will give ..
Fishing general
: liberally toward fi- bathing and a good : ':.
5, at the home of.her sister, Mrs. carving out of this program will be have consented to this result from no Raiford a paper that would be a cred- time in order but .
ptejaffair and the good wives was the riqst Attractive i .
Ih1 Unie Hudson, at Highland. Mrs. Lake in the hands of Col. Mallory the distrust of them; but, feeling that it to any town.. ":
sight the
was loads of fj
: od
community furnished baskets ,
; had been ill for several months and .
valor and devotion could
commander, but there will be on accomplish F
t camp dinner '
and all
atabes that have enjoyed the east. '
made Brad- jf '
I went to the home of her sister about duty with each battalion of Florida nothing that would compensate for MILLINERY NOTICE. When it to
Wffltyl famous. comes eating all other Attractions V ,
,- two months ago in the hope of regaining troops one regular officer detailed as the hope of the contest, I determinedto Mrs. ,B. B. Hopson has purchased -
,!v : U1thuk'you, sir-the must wajt, and from the way ,. : ;
,her health but she
grew instructor. avow the useless satisfaction of the Hendrix & Payne millinery store
of J9IY very one "waded" into the feast' r
was a large day .
1tarIi .. t .very gradually worse until the end came Public Invited. those whose past service has endeared and will conduct the business one door ,their-appetites were never better 'i.. I

it4 ,-> ". last Sunday. The period during the Florida them to their countrymen. By the west of the Wainright store on Callstreet. .tt ,
Mrs. Lake was born January 1, troops will be in camp will be from terms of the agreement officers: and Mrs. Hopson decided several 1, ',"-. ,

:a nEt. GRATEFUL.lrs. ,1849. Sic was united in marriage to July 10 to 19, inclusive. The state men can return to their homes and months ago to quit the millinery busi- NOTICE, TO. CONTRIBUTOR- :,!!!' 'c ; V #
W. M.
Hollingsworth "
'.etorn W. Lake March 171885. To this un- authorities are anxious that the p-b- remained until exchanged. ness and sold out her stock, but many The Telegraph is in receipt :of.a: '
to the kind hearted ..
of their sincere thanks icn were born six children. none of lic shall have every facility for visit- And you will take with you the satisfaction of her customers and friends would cpmmunication upon the sub ere' pf-_ .

.fix isBstance Rajford and condolence in.whIP are living. ing the military reservation and witnessing that proceeds from the consciousness not let her quit altogether and often temperance, which is altoreth r'nl-; :, "' d- -

d esa:And death of their little Mrs. Lake'is survived by her husband the interesting ceremoniesthat of duty faithfully performed went to her home to have hats trimmed thy of publication, but which we e V--:f : ';

>'J-'tnie Raod.'age ten months and four brothers, R. D, David,1 are to be held and are arrantrr' j and I earnestly' pray tkt'mercifu a and at the suggestion of her not publish because,it 'is not rimed>: .

** day'jn occurred Elisha and William Lang, and four accordingly. I t is hoped that the God will extend to you His friends Mrs. Hopeon will 'asraii en- Communications sent to this o
".lUBe 30t after an illness on of Tnes-four- :Asters, Mrs..Eliza Taylor, Mrs. Lucy I paving of the road'from Youkon to blessing ard protection and with an gage regularly in. the mummery bosi publication must invariably be ti"oii., ,:
f>','|l o to Dr. Seeber 'King, Carter, Mrs.. Unie Hudson and 'Mrs.Cynthia. .! the camp grounds which is now ia unceasing determination of your constancy ness. ed. That is our rule We do:1't1i,: t-.f-'i. '

L'Mhft: Batter,.for ,his. untiring ef- Carter. }. progress, will be completed prior to and devotion/to your country I i to publish the name cf. the wiir---;;: c #

**"..',u."Tiering medical aid to Mrs Lake was a faithful wife anda the opening .of, the encampment; but, and a grateful remembrance, of your Mr. J. C. Carter has opened .a l without his consent, btt.we. '9t."J;. "'J' <
,re- :
tht! ,BtU sufferer. good neighbor, always ready to minister if not finished, it is probable,that ef- kird and feren consideration for branch wholesale grocery and feed !know the author's game of every tt4. -' 2', :jl'I

a n\ ,'iRespectfuUy, to the sick and suffering, ands fort will be made to )hake it hard "itself I bid you all an affectionate store in the building on East Cant 'I' tributed article for "onr'protection ,. .;
'win be greatly missed by those \'"d for automobiles and farewell. street formerly occupied by the I the event ; tj' .
Irs. R;M. passable vekklas. Jar of. any controversy., 00 it ; .:'
;:i f I4 \ she so often helped in time of need. The Atlantic Coast Line r.J1-1 I R. E. GENERAL. t S. Brown store. xVVW anything, said in it. ::. .-4 .. .;p.j .:,-
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t. .." 4 FRIDAY, JULY 10th, !.1,
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,.:'. -.:.44- .11111111II1111114- ,*44 tivator if he,would achieve success. favorable weather.: From January to ...+.++II 1 1 1111!+11 ++**+ -::1

.It" .4 Never let a week go by'without going January cattle properly fed grow and + .

t' ; : '+ BIGHT WAY TO GROW THE + over the field or patch with a cultivator safe 4 RADIUM AND CANCER 4 Beef
fatten,.hence it is a propositionto and Milk Aplenty r
+ : STRAWBERRY. 4 and if it rains frequently, go + 4

r ..i : ,! 4 over ,the patch, after each downfall say that "beef and pork" can be ++...++++1+++#+++144444, .Cattle are tent for twO purposes; for beef pro*,

i'' : 44444 11111111111111. 44f44 just as:soon as the IOU will crumble produced in Florida as cheap as in any i The radium treatment of cancer has ductiosandfor ___r udio in. To do either right AfljtJmtinjolmyc*.

i ,(By W.H. Burt.) in the hand. other state in the Union. I aroused public discussion only equalled they must be healthy There nothing better to lie nt uyOinc ...
keep them ia continued food health, or to make tit
r Everybody r ought.to have a straw This may appear like a lot of work; The growing of corn as a crop in in sensationalism by the popular them well quickly when tick,than a few doses ofSTOCK k dotes od BetDii_ .

but it pays, and pays big.-Kissim- Florida has furore over the Friedmann treatment STOCKJobft&CimB
patch little parts of never been ONI.e .
: : berry or big, as case many ,
mee Gazette. tubercolosis.. That this substancehas act
e.may be. ,If one lives on a town lot, or i tried, yet the soil and climatic conditions some value in the treatment of Be De MEDICINE ,

{ r i i ia crowded between the high walls of exist'to produce corn in great cancer cannot-be denied, but unfor- +aw

; city homes, or is blessed with a-home ALLEGED HOG CHOLERA CURES. quantities. To reach the highest re- tunately the-public has gotten an ex- Stirs op the BTer Drtreftflseaae zac
-- sults in corn growing necessarily ex- aggerated impression of its effects poison _.._. ndl.p r'MrvttOetitft. es.;
out in the open, from which broad Government Has Not ..
acres: stretch away in their amplitude Treatment Except Serum. Any periments must be made and made ins [;and radium has been hailed as the
'r : of fresh air and opportunity, it mat- -- telligently, and generally speakingcorn long-waited specific cure for malig-; .K,
cattle and hogs are inseparable.Mr. statement of result would be useful
ters '
.not so far as strawberries go- Washington D. C. July 4. Evidence -=
they are the fruit universal, and all what, to be -wellorganized J. C. Baile, of Miami, tested a ant disease. In the belief that a ;)!
of. appears a -
should enjoy them to the fulL campaign to delude farmers piece of corn which was planted simply the American Society for the Control

y Let us not forget at the outset that throughout the into for roasting ears. When the of Cancer recently asked Dr. H. H. MERCHANTS
country buying an
the is the univer- discussion of corn growing was raisedhe Janeway, of New York to
; just as strawberry alleged cure for hog cholera, under prepare an
is universal in its. set apart a portion of his planting article on this subject which has
: sally popular, so the impression that this has been in- just
to all sorts of soils and to see how much corn he could grow been published the Journal of the TiW
adaptability and
; vestigated the United
approved by Don't forget to take itemized
an inventory
e '; climates. Its climatic range includes States Government has reached to the acre. The test was carefully American Medical AssociatioQ. once
r the and Alaska and 'one made and to his surprise he had Dr. Janeway discussed the
tropics entire the Department of Agriculture. Ar- results every year; your policy requires:, This is very
bushels of to
j family comes from Switzerland, ticles praising this medicine, Benetol, grown secured with radium at the four prin- .

where.it hardy plants peep out from by name are being sent out widespread the acre. 'It is needless to say that on cipal institutions in Europe where it mportant. You can never tell when a fire will

c under the snows'of the Jungfrau and to the These his farm at Goulds he and others who' has been employed under the'most

.f: I' Matterhorn with the first signs oft ticles are so worded newspapers.that it appearsas ar- are,growing crops will plant in the favorable conditions, viz., Paris, Lon- come. Be sure you comply with every condition

: ; And fruit neighborhood of 80 acres in corn this don Vienna and The
spring. yet no responds if the Department of Agriculturehad Heidelburg. reports -
.< .i1 I, more ,quickly and profitably to intensive received reports from the state year. Mr. Baile will purchase a car I from each of these European

i ;' i cultural methods than does the of Minnesota showing that the medi- of cattle later in the fall and feed institutes justify the statement that J. R. Davis & Co. Starke Flai
them on his farm.
f' strawberry. cine had proved most beneficial As a radium exerts a selective and destruc- 7

'1 ,;. Three elements necessary to large matter of fact the one report receivedby The Bright brothers, of St. Louis, tive action on the majority of cancers, *

g; success with strawberries are: Good the who have two hundred and forty acres'in but that this action never reaches to tI
Department unofficialand -
was an
'! ; plants those that have been selected unsolicited statement sent Para grass and several acres in the more distant extensions of the -

it I from:mother plants of known vigor sumably from the promoters themselves pre-- Rhodes grass and have fifty or more deeper and more serious forms of the

l : I and a soil filled with plant food, chemically The Department attaches acres planted in cron will bring from disease. In fact there is good ground
-f. '_ .i well-balanced; and careful, frequent importance whatsoever to this statement their stock farms in Missouri a car of for belief that unless the greatestcare i r Bradford County
Holstein cattle. This will, be but a
t "J 1 and intelligent cultivation. It has'no r reason to believe in is used in the application of rad- n

:i' To these may be aded an important the efficiency of proprietary start in the real cattle business in the ium the more distant portions of the
any cure
:'1 : fourth, and that is proper mulching, for hog cholera and does not recom- Everglades. It is believed that the cancer will be stimulated to more active Abstract Company 1
l will be the greatest cattle
; which serves many purposes-pro- mend any. Under certain conditionsit Everglades growth. All users of radium
;1 tection from alternate freezing and and hog growing portion of the Uni- emphatically the belief that
: urges farmers to protect their A complete record of Bradford County lands J
ted States and that beef produced on
t? thawing in winter, conservation of stock with anti-hog cholera no operable cancers should be treatedby

( moisture during the maturing of the but that is all. serum, these lands will .be produced for a radium in preference to operation.The Land Titles Real Estate InvestmentJseloundaUpn

it fruit, and 'cleanliness of the berries; .In connection with this attempt it lower cost of production. than in the true position of radium at pres- .t

? } : It; the 'mulching material forming a may be said that the medicine, whichis north and west.Practical ent is that. it does not cure the disease n.,

tt dean floor for the fruit to lie upon now put forward as good for hogs, experience has taught the unless the cancer is superficial or .

: ; during"the ripening period. was advertised ,some time ago as a cattle growers that by building a silo is a variety particularly susceptible to .,, -' ,- .. '- --- -- '. :' -- -" -
rri Still preparation is the first thing and filling with the proper materialfor its influence.
!. means of killing tubercolosis, typhoid,
l to be considered by the grower at and feed a much smaller acreage is For the last nine years Dr. Wick- "
cancer grems, acording to an : I' : :
: : this time. Assuming that his land is published in the Journal of the necessary for pasturage and that cat ham, of Paris, has treated 1,000 pa- ; Your G-onveniendO tt

tle and hogs thrive much better when 'Y, '_. .
in good condition of fertility, the first American Medical Association. At tients at Laboratoire biologiquedu = ="'

fF, step for one who is to set out a.patch that time. it was asserted that the fed from the .silo. In the southern radium, and has found that while _, of.,. : .. ., 'pHhciple'Ot1the. _. ; t i

: of strawberires is to get the land to army was interested in it. As a mat- counties where two crops of materialcan the influence of radium on all typesof '--, -":";""."F-:. :T., 1" I" ., ji

m ; be devoted to this purpose in shape. ter of fact the army was no more.interested be produced annually on the cancer is favorable, its effects do 1 '; 'et'

1 l", The soil should be broken up with then than the of same ground, the silo solves the prob- not extend to the limits of the diseasein : --
Department It --
', if7r.m '
c., ; a plow or spade to a depth of at least Agriculture is now. lem for cheap feed. Take for instance any but the most superficial varie- ". I' j

: five inches, and deeper, if the soil will In view of the evidence that the at- sorghum, which will produce twenty- ties. The Radium Institute of London ;31i; --. "h :., A .IL >!
,.: : five to thirty tons of stalks to the : .1" j
\ permit. However, if the soil be very tempt to create this false impressionis treated 467 cases during 1912. No pa- it'

shallow, one must see to it that the and all i acre, with two crops each year would tient has been classified as cured, j
widespread, hog
: : subsoil is never brought to the sur- owners are warned to communicatewith make from fifty to sixty tons of material since cancer is not regarded as cured ,, f
face.After the United States authorities be- for the silo. Velvet beans, pro- until at least three years have elapsed T the manufacturer's convertiencebutthebuyer'sconvenience. t

breaking, harrow it and re- fore accepting as true any statement ducing about the same in tonnage to without recurrence of the disease.Of ; \ '- '

harrow, it until it is as near the 'condition that the government recommends any the acre, and corn with its two crops 101 patients with ,the slow-growing not our convenience but YOURS.Take 1*

.ir, of ashes as you can get it. treatment other than the serum already yearly, make a food stock which for benign form of cancer of the skin, 31 lj

The time to get soil in condition is mentioned. cheapness 'cannot be equaled in any were apparently cured, 31 were improved for example one feature-the Interchangeable z

.ii: before the plants are set out. If the state and a quality equal to the best. and 12 did not improve. In Carriages and Platens. On the

I soil be sandy it should be rolled firm- +++++ 11111111111111-+ In writing on the subject of food cancer of the rest of the body, 14 average typewriter there is no changing of platens 'fi'

ly before the plants are set; if heavy, + + and silos, G. C. 'W. says: "Com,- the cases were apparently cured, 156 im- and the changing of the carriage is almost a job if,

r press lightly once over with the rol- STOCK RAISING IN FLORIDA. + great agricultural plant of America, proved, and 45 which did not improve.At for a mechanic. On the Smith Premier Typewriter y

ler will be sufficient. + + produces from 20,000 to 30,000 poundsof the Vienna Radium 'Institute, of 34 either is as quick and simple as changing i x

'; Of course, you have ordered your +++++ 11111111111111 ++*++ 'green forage per acre This con- patients treated for all forms of can- your hat. This means that the operator car.'get I if '

:Y t plants from a reliable dealer. Don't In some portions of Florida stock tains enormous quantities of nature'sstore cer, 6 died during the treatment, 11 out a rush telegram or change in a second to any t.

!. try any other kind than such a'grower growing is one of the principal industries of indestructible energy. Every were essentially improved, 6 were other work without disturbing what she, has I

& will send. It is a waste of time and one that has brought the ounce represents money and effort. slightly improved, and 3 were made already done. < !
and of bitter dis- Allowed to dry in the field it can serve At the Samaritan in
and money a source stockmen larger returns in cash than worse. Hospital :
Then there ,is the tilting platen, for ease in
Fire and
no useful decay
appointment at fruiting time if you other farming operations. In purpose. Heidelburg improvement was produced -
J many a alone can unlock its latent energy. It making corrections, the one stroke, and one,.stroke _"
set poor plants. few caseS stockmen have fattened in about half the cases, but no pa- and dozen
in printing character a
only ,
then in smoke and returns to every
Poor plants are ,costly even as a goes up tient was cured. The establishmentof I-
their own beef and pork, but not other special Smith Premier features. All of
gift indifferent plants never can satisfy its original elements without yieldingthe the fact that we have in radioactivity -
enough of this has been done to entitle these mean the anvmunte of your operatOr-in
slighest contribution to man's wel- ,
e ; your ideals only perfectly developed Florida to the position it oughtto an agent which will even speci- other words more efficient service for YOU. "
i fare. When stored in a silo in its
: good enough for affect cancer is of im
; plants are have in the stock growing states fically great
," anybody to buy and set out and work of the Union. In the portions of green and succulent form all this is portance. No other agent has been We have an illustrated booklet on the J
{ i changed. The stalk of corn, kaffir and Smith Premier special features which we i
': : over; and good plants are an inspiretion Florida where the farmers have fat- discovered which in any degree ap- shall be glad to send on your request.
cane yield up their accumulated storesto
1. in themselves. tened their own stock velvet beans proaches its effectiveness. But from

Having your land prepared and the have entered largely into the account. the dairy cow, the hog and to the the evidence at hand, it is clear that Smith Premier

J ; : J 'plants to hand, get the latter in read It is a well known fact that cattle chicken. What was waste material- at present radium may only. supple-

i !iness for setting. By this we mean fattened on velvet beans make a meat a by-product of no value becomes1 a ment but not replace, surgical treatment DepartmentRemington

_5:. that' they should be pruned by cuttingoff that is superior in flavor to meat thatis thing of power and can be converted I t

about one-fourth of the roots. It made on corn rations. Velvet beans into money.
The silo equalizes the lean and fat Typewriter
.is the uniform experience of practical will make from twenty to thirty tons THE MODERATE DRINKER.
of feed It makes Company
seasons production. r
t that in this induces
A growers pruning way forage to the acre which makes a
That alcohol shortens life is abund- Incorporated)
.profitable high priced
dairying on
a larger root system, which in cheap method of rounding the
up antly proved by the records of life
lands and does with the
.t turn builds up a larger crown and the steers for the market. Sorghum will away neces- insurance companies. These tell us 226 W. Bay St..,
\ sity for pasture. It is absolutely essential I
size and of the is
strength crown make from to tons of
twenty thirty
in the profitable growing of that a young man'of sound health at Jadynaoillt, FloridaWhen
what determines the yield and size of forage to the acre and is one of the
: the berries. I beef cattle and will soon supplant the the age of 20, who is a total abstainerand
greatest and best fat producing crops who remains a total abstaner, hasa
in this No
: : The plant being in readiness, take that can be grown, and besides it grass great industry. up- .
} to-date stock man can afford to be prospect of life of 45.6 years, and '- -. --.7 '.- '.' : _- -
-" a dibble (most practical growers use makes from twenty to thirty bushelsof +
lives to the of 65.6 G
average age years.
without a silo. The one who does not
this little and convenient tool in
set- seed to the acre. The Kuzdu vine
If he is a tippler or moderate drinker
build will have to for
one just K'
ting plants) and running it into the is now coming into favor with a rec- pay
his prospect of life is 31.9
the same in the loss sustained in fail- years
ground, in the line of rows to be, to a ord of a higher tonnage per acre than
and he lives to the average of 51.9,
i ing to realize the maximum value of
I of about six inches '
; depth press it beans or sorghum.; Para grass is
instead of 65.6 He "
kaffir years years. may
\ corn or produced.It
, ; from you so as to make an opening another that has been crops
; crop never get drunk once but the price he
is claimed that one acre of good You Want?
c : ': large enough to take in.the'roots of demonstrated to yield sixteen tons of Florida land will take care of more will pay for being a temperate or
: the plants. dry hay to the acre and the same is k
moderate drinker is to lose 13.7 1-
stock the round than five years ""-
: Lay the roots into this opening with true of the Rhodes grass. The Natal year acres of his life.

6 ., : care, seeing to it that they are as grass which grows with wonderful ra- in___the. .best u.grass_growing_ countries.. a
A Horse
With the silo it is safe to estimate A Mule
: i ; nearly straight as possible then pidity on the thin pine lands, is now I
i that one acre will care for more stockin How many soaps can you name .
the dibble aad thrust it into r
: J remove believed to be the best grass yet dis-
offhand? This is not .j
of'Florida than
: portions eight or a newstorybut
:, j the soil about two inches from the covered for annual pasturage and can
ten acres in the so-called beef and it is worth repeating. A friend
I I I' opening containing the plant, and be used for a meadow and like Para A Buggy A ::
went to manufacturerand Wagon
i draw it toward you. I' and Rhodes grasses, will yield from pork producing parts of the United a large soap
said to him "See here
: States.-Florida Farmer and Home- : you are ,
This will the earth
press firmly four to six cuttings during the year. !
I seeker. spending a fortune in advertising.
against the roots of the plant, and by It is evident that there is no short- .

.; pressing the surface with the fingers age of forage crops that can be grown Why do you waste your money?" A Set of Harness j jI
"How ? ,
the crown will be properly firmed into successfully in Florida and in some. Severe Attack of Colic Cured.E. many soaps can you name
{ asked the manufacturer. The >
I! place. I E. Cross who soap '
portions of the state two crops can travels in Virginiaand -0.
friend studied and named six-all ad-
When set the crown of the plant harvested each year from sorghum' other Southern States, was taken

; should appear just above the surface plantings and five or six crops of the sudenly and severely ill with colic. At vertised replied the brands. manufacturer."That's the answer"Out,",!. Come to See Us!

I of the ground, the shoulder of the other forage plants named. the first store he came to the merchant soap
of the hundreds of made
t ; 1 roots being barely covered. The climatic conditions are such recommended Chamberlain'sColic soaps you

Then comes cultivation, and it is that it costs no more to provide stock Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.Two can name only six and mine heads the We buy in car lots and give our customers -

!( surprising what cultivation will 'ac- with food during the winter than' it doses of it cured him. No one list. I can't afford not to advertise." the benefit of the lowest prices. ,1. {

'j; :complish. With the strawberry cultivation does in the summer, while in the great should leave home on a journey with- The soap manufacturer was a large .

'- I ( should begin just as soon as. beef-producing portions of the United out a bottle of this preparation. Forpale user of space in the daily newspapers.He .

i.e' \ *the plants are'in the ground. This is States'' food must be gathered and by all dealers. died the other day leaving an immense -

'(; i 'to conserve the moisture in the soil at stored for feeding the stock from fourto I r fortune End a name known J. W. ANDREWS SO

Si 1 the time of planting, which will escape eight months. During the winter from one end ,of the country to the
I by capillarity through the tracks season in the northern latitudes the NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S& SALE. .
fr ': left on the surface by the feet of ther' stock is well Thirty days after date hereof I will apply i To
grower doing if he is v'
'- j to the Hon. Ceo. A. Gardiner, county judge, .c
setter. keeping his stock in good condition of Bradford county. Florida, for an order to
In sell at, private sale the undivided one-third Whenever You Need a General Tonic
a small.patch the work will be during the cold period,'while in'Florida interest, each of Wilber and Carl Andrews, Take Grove's Starke Florida r 't

t done altogether with the hoe; but if the cattle live in the sunshine, eatn minor and to heirs the following of W. T.lands Andrews situate, deceased in Brad, in The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless ,, F,

,a ; one has quite a sizable patch he : the sunshine and fatten in the sunshine ford county Florida: and described as fol. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

.I should have,a.hand cultivator, and if twelve months in the lows, to-wit: General Tonic because it contains the .
: ;s he berries for year, there North East Quarter of North East Quar well known tonic properties QUININE .
grows market he being no cessation either in ter of Section Four Township Five, South
&' l ahould have twelve'tooth growth or Range Twenty East. and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives :
a horse cult fattening. because of. cold and 1 D05 VERGIE ANDREWS, out Malaria Enriches tht Blood and The -Telegraph $1.50 ;Per
--- t .. .. _. __ Guardian Builds
:---= tot said minors. up the Whole System. ,SO cents.rug. .i

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I ,-,
l -; +

ADA.DJt ..-,
; ;:
I to twenty-five pounds. The'quality is I .

i not up to the' standard,'as many of > ;;
VJtSTkTENEW$ them show the effect of, the droughtand ,. -.',

: are sunburned. .: ',.1./
; L .
+-'- :
: '- The elevation of Rev Father Mich-: t HaltbD.'k i ;
f t .
r: Wjjpi That Are Happening All Over FloridaAs cal J. Curley to the Bishopric of St.' s : -

Augustine, Tuesday last to be .
proved -
: .
Tpld By Our Exchanges '
'4. tl r I in every way, a most memorable r,j'

:, t. J event. Before a flower-bedecked al-

!1t- 1.: ..told in.Eeeamb' county- Two acres are now being set to plants' altar beautiful studded and impressive with sparkling ceremonieswere -lights, For the Hot Weather =

l| three miles of. the Penal from which,to es.raise runners. faultlessly executed by prelates. .

'-l fjj inmft Dr. Mallory'Kennedy and priests. The charmingly decorated ,

;;iiiHs. discovery yesterday; when week The landed British at steamer Jacksonville Singapore a cargoof last irrespective cathedral of was creed filled, many with of people whom:I What is more refreshing and health-buidli ng during, the _..
from the
ike Well
r, Csjt.{ water pumped, 75,000 bushels of Argentine corn, came from distant parts of the stateto
f:'jf"fie' :tome on Mallory Heights just bringing it direct from Buenos Ayres, witness the ceremonies attendant 1 i I long, hot summer than good, pure bottled beer? 'Our
#to'"< tbi Magnolia Bluff on the bay I Brazil The corn was distributed to upon consecrating the youngest priestin brands have a world-wide for

t -_bI iced several particles oft points in Florida and nearby states. the world ;Bishop of a great dio- reputation Purity, Quality

mstd which analyzed pure cese.-St Augustine Meteor. and Flavor.

F\ tJln,,' Kennedy first noticed the Over twenty editors and publishersfrom 0-P-0 t WT
N ,
.jIII substance in the wash.basin at almost the same number of cit- Ocala is shipping grasshoppers to -:

&. b&Mland: collected several part- ies in the peninsular portion of Flor- Massachusetts. At any rate, the Ban- Bottled Beer Worth While :

jaki of it.. Dr. Kennedy brought it to ida assembled at the Telegram build- ner says so, and whatever you see in

.dt y and submitted it for analysis ing and perfected the organization of the Banner is true. No explanationsof

j ti'Jifitler; Pyle who pronounced it the the South Florida Press Association.It this queer business being given, we Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer .r
1 t"JMtat.that has been the parti- is expected that all the papers in are at a loss to know whether to congratulate Bottled M

l 1. quest of mankind since jewels the territory embraced by the Association Ocala on the inaugurationof Beer Pflxener Style Bottled specially for' Florida. *

):money became treasures to be -viz., on what is designatedas a new industry or to reprove her Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice. malts and -
& :' According to Mr. Pyle this the West Coast south of Ocala and for unloading a pest on a state that Absolutely, the best bottled beer for its high h ops. A great favorite.' One
i.sot the,first gold that has been dis- Sanford-will shortly be enrolled as already suffers enough from her that can be produced. Ask any- quality for over 30 order will make you a: steady' '

..tll i is Escambia county, as othersssjflM members of the Association. J. H. wretched winter 'climate.-Tallahassee body. years. Must be good. orit customer. ] .
been submit Humphries of the Bradentown Journal True Democrat. .
have previously I
1 Doz Per ease, 1 do small -- ---',- s. $ ijo) .
small __________$1.50 z. ----$ 1.00 -
him for analysis. Dr. Kennedy'slwiH was elected president; W. B. Harris 0---0 5 Dozen "
]t"d to 5 ____ _____ .$-lot
Dap. small _... Per 5 doz.
U about 80 feet deep, being a of the Kissimmee Gazette, vice- On Monday Ordia Bass, who has 10 Doz. --- $ 6.00 case .mill, -- $US 10 Dozen (1 Cask)______ $.LOO .

thrift*.well through sand with an ocasitvtl president; M. F. Hetherington, Lake- been considered to be the local sheep small .------$ 1100 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ___$ 8.50 5 cask Lots, per cask, __.$ 7.50 ., : I :

stratum of clay. How much land (Telegram-News', secretary; and king for about a year, sold' his**four R

i'of the;metal exists there he has no Mrs. C. V. S. Wilson, Sarasota Times, thousand sheep to R. D. Waring. The EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE .

ysjcc'whether or not it is of suffi- treasurer. Meetings will be held twice majority of. these sheep, which are ; ";

"di.|quantities to make an attempt to each year, the first regular meeting to now pasturing on the prairie will be ;- .\,
.\jpM profitable, but he intends' to in- be held at Arcadia on.July 10. The left there under the charge of Wesley
';vtjtifaM it further and ascertain just association is formed for strictly busi- Clark, with headquarters at Gardner BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER ;f

...... qjuntities of the precious metal ness purposes only, and the meetingswill Hammock, a short way from Twin "

,' JMiiQ that locality. Pensacola be devoted to a consideration of Cabbage Ranch. The other flock at I

} the practical problems of the publish- Ingram[ Island, will be driven to Mr. Stock the most popular line of
'r 1 .-...... ing and printing busineSs.LakelandNews. Waring's ranch at Campbell Mr. Do not hoi weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a pr 'fit. .
delay stock these
brands and .
will have
+. Ong with him the first ,ship- Waring has already about one thousand you the most popular st.1ud in town and at
'JNs4 of limes made from the grove on o-o-o sheep at the ranch which he purchased the end of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. V

t.Ksf largo recently purchased by the Several of the state papers are dust from H. T. Bass about three

:->Babbit Brothers, R. W. Ralston re- now taking up the new Florida orange months ago. He is now erecting a Summer Drinks That Sell V x

[;..aii.d'Lat. night. The{ limes are of called the Gim Gong or Louis Gim dipping vat and drying sheds for the ,

i 1 foil quality, he says, and while the Gong and named for the originator sheep'and other stock. The shearingpens ;NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW \ J'E;

i stop"wflnot be large it is expected a prominent Chinese orange grower are already erected. The purhase The best light brew made. Less CIDER '

tbit'.'number of shipments will be who has resided on his grove near of these additional sheep prob- than 2 per cent alcohoL Bottled Non ftntoxicating. Less than 2 All the best "' "'
kinds in stock .
,kinihl 'Mr. Ralston is clearing the DeLand for many years. W. C. Tem- ably places Mr. Waring in the position special for prohibition territory. per cent alcohol Refreshing and ': for 11V
*%ii groves and supervising extensive ple of Winter Park former president of being the largest sheep owner As near real beer as possible.healthful immediate sbi, P meat. >

!I iBprpvements. There are twenty-five of.the Citrus Exchange and one of the in South Florida and. completes his 10-Doz Cask
--------- $8.50 10-Doz Cask ___________ $8.50
in the of 10-GilIon Kegs, gallon _:60e.
lilael now la trees and it is proposed prime movers organization ranch.-Kissimmee Journal. per

jvto lit out.'many; more. Mr. Ralston that great body of men who have accomplished -0--+ All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want ;U to '

1e.that great care must be taken so much for the industryof Through the efforts 'of the Young Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow ISc Per Dozen
;: !e Luring the ground for the Florida- was in the city last week Men's' Business League 'of Fernan- F. Empty.&ttles.i .1
\ lire I for,they'resent too much cultii'snd and in conversation with a Herald dina more,than a year ago the ques- B. Jacksonville, Florida. ;

r i must be left in a certain representative relative to the outlook tion of the establishing of a gas buoy ,:

e of, wfldness.-Miami. Metrop- for the orange crop in Florida was Cumberland. bar was taken up with CHAS. BLUMCOMPANV! ;

questioned regarding his recent the government, and the efforts of
: .. change in his immense groves. He ;
the league have been successful [This ; .'
'. lat record pompano catch for size gave out'the information that he was new and improved buoy will be of Established Over 25 Years and Absolutely Reliable : i'- v

wi"{iD pOmpano, this season was cutting back his trees and budding much value to Fernandina, not only 4

hat,1 b'the net of E. D. Cooper on them to the Louis Gim Gong trees and to mariners wishing to come into the ,Jacksonville, .. Florida

;:..today.. ', night. ,It weighed 18 1-4 hereafter the. most'of his trees wouldbe port at night, but to the large number -
( imti. The wholesale .value" of the of that kind of orange and he of fishing boats and fishermenwho

.:J ijjgf.Iiw: ;,.15 cents a pound, so would .depend 'on late oranges and are often caught outside at night

i Mi,fact': iras ,worth |2.75. Pompano grapefruit ,Being a recognized authority and without this guide to the entrance would yield with fertilizer. If kaffir

a.J ttvi been caught as'high as thirty."ilvepouids on the orange crop of the state would have to lie there all corn and maize do well, similar grains Oar Watch aad (Clock Repa ring
; we understand, in these and a man who has made good not on- night, thereby endangering their lives and grasses can be raised just as suc- >

pit.n, tint it is very, rare to, get ono ly in Florida but in the busy marts of and the destruction of their vessels.- cessfully and the feed problem in the .Will yon. more than! please given 3

;zaore'tbin.' '. a "few pounds weight.I. .- trade in Pittsburg, where he succeSs- fernandina News-Record. state solves itself. Kaffir corn and ,cheerfully.Esti Prompt ser ) ,
Sun. fully wrestled with the big ones, Mr. O--P-. maize ran be planted any time from vice.We.
,. t, Temple's plans can safely be followed Osceola county is considering a proposition February to Christmas in this climate Ckarce Par Parcel OBC Way.Port r i
t1' ,'Alex Sparkman, who lives near Rai- by others and it is safe to assert to have a first class exhibit in the.summer season, it will matirein JEWELRY DIAHOXDSJfOYELTIES V

I:|gaud?hadj the honor of bagging an alJij that the late orange and grapefruit of that county's products shown at ten or twelve weeks and serves for '

tor"a, few days ago which meas- win eventually solve the question of the various fairs in Illinois during the grain and forage.. As chicken feed R. J. RILES I ; RM
i nfl2 feet in length and would have the citrus industry in Florida. The approaching fall and winter.-Talla- and hog feed the grain is unexcelled. k,1. .JkMa1i1I, Fla. '

/!Ii bed +last 800.pounds.With hisWxhester orange business.bids fair to be revolutionized hasse True Democrat. -Kissimmee Gazette. i

', however Mr. Sparkman through the work of Louis 4-9-6 ,

tj i:the"'gator:.where he.will not be a GirD 'Gong and his late oranges. In Mayo, June 29.-A case growingout LAND SALE. ,:Best Diarrhoea Remedy.If I +.+*++ 111111111"1+#n..I .. 1 '
WNee' t 4 the people or stock any lon- 1886 he pollinated Hart's late Orange of the recent primary election in '- +:

.'tec .around :Crooked Lake and there- with the pollen from a Mediterraneansweet this county which will doubtless be of Swallow & Hopkins Land Now Offered Iain's you.Colic have Cholera ever used and Chamber- I + SEABOARD TIME TABLE, + .

fcrM deserving of the thanks of the orange. The result of this experiment interest throughout the state was decided in 20 Acre Lota. Diarrhoea I .
Remedy know that is ----- i.
'':witoiimlty, .When, fully opened' the was a tree bearing its fruit by Judge M. F.Home last week.C. you it a success. + The following schedule.J is .
Sam. F. .
"? !!iaehts,'which showed what damage he a trifleacid, though it can be ship- commissioner from the third county Hopkins to offer their lands east got caught out +
No. 3 Jacksonville =
to Tarn-
in the rain .and it settled in -
i- mflkt,on his 'unwary prey ped. It is best however in September commissioner's district, was nominated and north of Starke twenty ,and my stom- +
at Starke 11:02 A. M. +
ach and bowels. I had an awful time pa .
: Aare really should'be an organized and October when there is but in his district by a majority of 35, forty acre lots. This body of over and had it not been for Chamberlain'sColic + N). 1, Jacksonville to Tampa +
"ifto rid our waters these other variety the market. two thousand has been held out
sau- one on but defeated by D. P. Stevens in acres +
was Cholera and Diarrhoea due at Starke 11:14} M. .
;Haaa-who.are a .constant source ofisinfer Like the vegetable the or- of the market for several The RemedyI ; x
grower the county at large. Mr. Howell at years. could not have lived but + No. 15, Jacksonville tc Cedar .
4 to stock if not to human life. ange man in Florida must diversifyand mandamus proceedings larger part of it is fine, claybottomtruck possibly a +
once Key due at Starke .
few hours longer, but thanks to this x49 ;=
hat its 20 in all the farm land. Its location is from
Jy.AirTJDrflte; can open jaws prevent glut shipping against the county canvassing hoard, + P. M.
remedy I well and : +
; .... and said armed with and the time. three miles from am now strong.
jaws fruit at one same that under the law the candi- one to depot. +
alleging No.
For sale by all dealers. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville ?-! .
i :and cruel teeth, should be exter- Sanford Herald. date for county commisisoners Price $22.50 to $25.00 per acre. + due at Starke 3:49 f. JX. .

| 4t siiaR t before they commit some ir- should have been nominated by the Terms: Not less than one-fourth cash, + No. 2, Tampa to Jae: sori-, +

pe Irk. : atrocity. Lake Butlerai R. L. Speice who lives near Tampa, districts instead of by the counties. balance in one and two years at 6 +++++ IIIIIIIII.IIIICHURCHES. ++0'++ + vale, due at Starke 4:54 A,.Jt.. + V I ,.
} r1Jh has old dollar coined in 1799. ,The cent interest.
an The petition for writ of mandamuswas per + + + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacsonvflle #- +
)f 9-4-. piece a bit larger than the silver dollar refused by Judge Home, he hold- This is your opportunity.' If you + + + due at Starke ::9d-l, f -
,- Is rumored that the liquor interfte.of of today is worth much more than ing that the "Bryan law" repealed, in want to get the best selections, applyat + + A. M. V .
"! 'PjantCity, are to finance a its face value. Although Mr. Spoke once to fCOMER 9T "
: this respect the old primary law, and + BAPTIST v. C. !I. Brit-' of i- + yI
1 W. paper for that city-a daily. picked it up without paying a pre- the nomination of L. PEEK &; SON + + t.
that; county com- ton. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + Starke and Wannee Br r.d ft. '
I.t** *-Thomas, of the Courier has al- mium for it, he has turned down an missioners by the counties, from the 6-19-41. Sole Agents. + M. Morning service, 11:00; + + I; : ,:
% & eea- hatless fighter for mor- offer of $10. The dollar bears on one lawful and This + + .
district service 7:00. Visitors + :
was proper. evening. No.' 101 leaves Starke ::5:3 ; 'V
|ifej and decency and it's dollars to side the woman's profile and the word Headache and Nervousness Cured.
ruling isin conformity with the Attorney + cordially invited to worship + + A.M. ; : { V
'i\itmiBtaa:! half dozen whiskey daljgwosld Liberty with the date below 1799. On .General's opinion given out "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitledto + with us. + + No. 104 arrives at Stirl + .

l'not put him out of business. the other side the eagle appears with before the primary. Mr. Howell is all the praise' I can give them" + + + 2:45 P. M. ".

'f} A Lida PQrucate.RffJ the words United States of America represented by C. C. Howell,'of Bran- writes Mrs. Richard Olp, Spencerport, + EPISCOPAL-Rev. E. A. + V. -
i $ but there to indicate the valueof N. Y. They have cured me of head- .
nothing ford, and the canvassing board is rep- Sherrod, rector. 'Services first + Limited Trains : + .
t I wenon ,frauds and gambling are the coin. But on the edge around resented by J. M. Gornto, of Mavo. ache and nervousness and restored me + Sunday in every month. '+ I. + '

f in; the Hillsborough grandreport the coin are letters where the dollaris The case'will be appealed to the Supreme to my normal health." For sale by all + + + No. 9, Jacksonville to TaJD" +

just made public, after usually "milled" giving its denomi-: court at once and its decision dealers. + CHRISTIAN Rev. Ernest + + pa due at Starke 12:51 P; M. .

1if weeks in vestigation. It is hint- nation, as a "one dollar," and again will be awaited with interest by the + House, pastor. Services on + + No. 10, Tampa to Jacfoon-i, +

'gaming:.. exists under protec- "hundred cents." Mr. Speice who has lawyers of the state. How's This + morning and evening of each + + vine due at Starke 6:10 P M.' + W
the ."'..-.
:.:;111. A copy of the rewas a fancy for old coins and odd pieces T
.. .. 9-44 We offer One Hundred Donut Reward 4 second and fourth Sunday of + T. J. GriSa Agent. < a+
|l sent to the governor, ask- also had two of fractional currency A few days ago A. S. Nelson of the for any ease "of Catarrh that +. the month. + :+ .

.l .>that he take such action toward issued by California. One is a Nelson Realty Company was exhibiting cannot be cured by HalTs Catarrh, + + .++*++**#*+*#**4+****+#*+
.. ;,i.baud, 4s he saw fitjSf twenty-five cent piece and the other a ; about town some heads of kaffir Core + PRESBYTERIAN regu- + .
at !I.-t1 --+ coins F. ? CHENEY te COt,Toledo (X ,
t fifty-cent piece. The are small,
Milo maize his + tar school +
com and grown ron We, the ondenlcaed. have known r. J. pastor. Sunday at J
Ioudiag' ;C
recently made a and hexagonal instead of round. farm that were as fine specimens as Cheney for the last IS yean and better + 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. +
f. Ipaent oft}2.POO pounds of wool and Kissimmee Gazette. him perfectly honorable la all business JtlCCT FAMILY HOltt
we have ever seen anywhere. Mr. transactions and flnanrtaflr able to earrr + + ''It' r ora. OUJL': :
f ..kjUies uys that "sheep raising is oat obligations made by his firm.NATIOXAL. '
Nelson stated these were fair samples any + Rev. B. T. + a;, owwrvLC IHOTaWlNDLE
i festfog and profitable industry The shipment' watermelons last of the yield he will have from kaffir I BANK O? COmaR: cl; +. Rape, pastor. Sunday school + .

; f a number of farmers in this see'r week was ore of the largest in the history x>rn and maize that have been cultivated Hairs Catarrh Cure is, taken 9 Internally Toledo, 0.. + at 9:45 A. M. Morning service + C. l.tomartibleta4 g
with II dera,
little attention to their of the melon industry with 1,375 without one ounce of fertilizer.: ctinff directly upon the blood and mucous + 11:00 o'clock; evening + CoaTeakattoMcsanhnHow .cIociIS \"
'. a,reaB e nice sums from the sale ears moving. The movement last surfaces of the system. Testimonials cdal namer mea. .
He is growing both the red and white Bent free. Price 35 cents per bottle. Sold + service 7:30 o'clock. Visitors oIACUOIIvwz.. fLOIIIDM' '
eluttoa 44.wool year for w.'ek endingJone 20 511 by all Drnglsts.Uks .. :
"i3. .' was variety of kafEr corn and is experi- BaI1'.1'UID71'1Da"eoasttpatioB + cordially invited to attend. 4t -. I<<
h l cars, a difference of 864 cars. At thf -nentirg with Feteretta,, Jerusalem !I + '. To Give Quinine, To CKIdrta.FEBWtlNE t r
t Sarasota
::. Strawberry Growers same time last season the Florida orn, Texas ribbon case, Jananese + +.*++""++++++++.... is the trade-mark
ciation, To Care a Cold in One Day IIa1H giwthto as
-" has melon
purchased fifteen I ;
L season was practically done improwedQuroi.e.ui.axWe1euSyrwpLe .
ane and Teosenta press, all of which rake LAXATIVE BkOMO Quinine. It the *
Of tops ant to take and does aot diatuta the
'. ej:: ellant strawberry land I while this year the season is now at re thrivir.fr.. If ka!r corn will STOWMghtsen Cough and Headache and works off the Ccid.Preggiitt Children take it and never know it U kin Ioma.a..
tatd one-half miles from Sarasota its flush. The size cf the fruit from rcfmtd money if it fails to Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly .&1.0 e.prcianyadapud to adults .becausst V
.:! inch beads in Florida without GROWS take ordinary ...
l W. sin ar .un cad tt"-I J QniMe. Does sot *tenor
,rlS A> -t si-kF"' A'1 rPaeris.. wP'? Florida this year is running small, V I.-i.- The Old SUBdud reaeral itmgtfceiiloff toIIie.GROVE'S caMe JICnOaIl1lftS Borringiar ia the beat: 'Ty V ": -
iiiw. as in this i" sce it is "ot it
TASTELESS l1 TOMC.dines oat tile lint came yos seed Qoiaine for -
to most of the any n- '" i
d3leafhich. irrigate these lands. melons averaging 3iarana env checthebrood.andbairdsoptbesr : pcAI'k for
r twenty difficult to surmise what the soil J GaMe origin t psektg* one
j j ., Telegraph, $1-50 per year. L. A Hue toniCi For a&ilu tad dW4Ica. s.C I s.uoei .BIIJ"IXEiabk.wIl lbouJe. ecsts,

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;' fh i 7 '. ,' I HOW TO DO' IT. I' en., The county commissioners, .

_,' .,'9'<<"I,t, l ''IraIit. 'LT'__ Homeseekers are settling in every when requested writing by the owners ;

i1'. ".J-.;r 3. r f'l'I. I county in the ,state, many .in'. some of the'',majority-of the assessed
("" ,! f .'t: >: "- J ud' Lag- .DiW ..Plow and few in others counties. The'coun- land of the county, abolish such bureau BRADFORD COUNTY N }

l' i ', ,- 7J ties which an"'getting the"most set- of immigration: Provided,that ,
Number ttv ,
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; the county bureau of immigration
+ t ; tiers are getting them by advertising ; .
t':' ,. for them and setting forth the advan- shall 'not .be abolished within''two
; v Published, weekly'aid eatered as, tages they'possess andsome advan-: years of its establishment. .
*. elan matter at.tke JOlt .&e GET BUSY!
aeeoad ,
they dont possess. Some o f
tanges Statement of Condition of Bradford County Bank at, Close. of
rt a ', 'at Stark; Florida.. counties in the state in .
the best many .
of has madea
.' S. R. Straus, Chicago; Business 30th 1914"
c t"l =3 ===== == === getting few'settlers' because June ,
respects are .
tour of Europe to study the origin
; E. 8. Matthews, Editor and Owner they ale hiding their lights under Resources. ..Liabilities. ,
-: and conditions which underlie thrift ;
F.,E. RobUat, __ Associate Editor, bushel. They are too modest or '
a European peoples. He is now Cash on hand and in banks $44,993.97 ..t' r
:I: among Capital stock $25j)00.00
..;: 1:. f,",1,, and-Bastaeu-- Muprtr to lazy to too, stingy to properly ad- practicing 'the. doctrine ,oi, the small 1 Bills discounted __-_____ 117,000.57 ---------- r .-

'; --,-- ,- .. vertise. Agriculturally; speaking, bond as a means of promoting national \ Furniture and fixtures.__ 4,066.41 Surplus fund ____6,750.00 '
h : FRIDAYS JULY 10th, 1914.Don't Braford county is one, of the best i S Bradford county school ,
He and
'" saving. urges county ,. Undivided profits..5,384.49 12,13149Cashier .
;; counties in the state, but she is not !
and warrants
"it- L municipal authorities 'to subdivide : county -- 21,278.85 i tY'
( forget'to swat the fly in yourS getting the number of settlers to their bonds_ into denominations Banking house _________. 14,360.46Real checks outstanding ...

It' : zeal to kill the ratA which she is entitled by.reason of her and sell them to the general public. estate _____________ 7,547.04 .....______________ 214.98
: $ advantages in the way of soil, cli- .
City _
.. This would undoubtedly give a great 3,500.00 : P
world whether the Deposits .. .. 175 39.75
lover loves the health conditions and transportation --- ------ .
f. 1 > mate, impetus to the general thrift. Hitherto Over drafts ___________ 141.92 ,
4 world loves him or not. facilities. Why? Because the
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JI' it has been the universal customin .
t : :; It is easier to earn$ five dollars than thousands of people who come to this country to issue bonds in de- Total --____-_"______.$212,889.22 ,Total ______.__________$212r,:. .22 ;
Bradford ,
Florida never hear of coun- :
I t : it is to borrow one dollar. nominations of $1,000. Only the rich .
t' jflL j_ ty. Bradford county has never been such securities. But STATE '
can afford to buy OF FLORIDA--County of Bradford : G FL
i J : r How does a sponge eat? We don'tknow. advertised. It is true that spasmodic there are now various industrial cor I

1\ I: ;,, :. We never ate one. efforts are made by local,boards of porations'' well as municipalitieswho I, J. H. Ritch,'Cashier of theBradford County Bank," do

d t Ii: '' t 1 .- 'Love, makes the$ world go round, but-such trade to advertise methods are certain pitifully localities inef-, are selling bonds of $10, $35, $50 solemnly swear that the above statement. true and correct' to
';t r and so does too much liquor. fective. What is needed is continuedand and $100 to the common people. The best of my knowledge and belief. J. H. RITCK, : '
.. f $ practice should become general in this
! i :. k.: The reason that people act like animals'is concerted effort in this direction, country.-Ocala Banner. Cashier, Bradford Co.;Bank
county-wide movement on a comprehensive
i,1 animals. a
;;: are n Sworn and Subscribed before this June 1914. 4
me 8th, ;
and far-reaching scale.
I if If you can't find anything else to Let the people of the ,whole county Summer is at hand, and likewise the (SEAL) \. R. A. WEEKS, N. P., State o' Fb.

take up your mind, try a blotter., unite and bury sectional jealously and annual coming of the city rubes. My commission expires Nov. 11, 1914 <

i ". I t. 4 wives' local differences and inaugurate a Treat them gently, handle them .
Too men
f: : many better than their wives. campaign of publicity that will bring with care, for though they may not if
ij... I husbands, __... things.to pass. be marked "fragile," they are as the In' last week's issue of the Tel of establishment. Above these platesare fire place'of *.v rm buff colored-L
1J; ;.<'- Booze won't 'put y the devil into' a How? The laws of Florida gives babes in the woods. graph, was 'published a short sketchof the bronze light fixtures, lighting The shelf abqy4 is of mahogany j'

;4 ; 5 man,.but it will often let him out. boards of county commissioners the Give freely of your store of knowledge the history of the Bradford County a most artistic entrance way. also the hands,
rp d $ right to create county boards of immigration that they may return to the Bank, together with a cut of their The floors are of concrete tile. The able chairs. ; '. . i'" : Roosevelt is no longer on the Outlook and to provide the means abode of innocents with wisdom to new quarters, into which they moved walls are white and in the main bank- The. height: rt the walls in-,:

'f ,. but he. 'is still on the lookout. for properly financing them, as shownin spare, for as we give in this life so July 1stAbove ing department, woodwork and fix- cozy department is broken by afoot L.
: f : $) Secti 1134 of the General Stat- shall is published the statementof tures of solid and wainscoting of
What has become ,of the oldfashioned n we receive in the one to come. are mahogany white tiling: .
t utes which reads' follows their financial condition at the bronze. The frescoed which is From the +
,, fad of cooking in paper bags? as : Instruct them carefully in the fine ceiling little hallway to the
$ : 1134. Bureau of Immigration. The arts of the milking of the cow, the end of the fiscal year, 1914, as required 20 feet high, is" a marvel of architec- one ascends t&4 stair. There is fa

t President Wilson proposes ,to fight count ycommissioners of the various feeding of the fowlS and the pitchingof by law. tural ingenuity.. .This was the ar- the directors, room, 'on the 'a".

t\f ; it out on his line if.it takes all summer county commissioners of the carious the hay, and smile not when they This statement taken in conjunction tistic work of a Jacksonville firm of floor. All the 'woodwork and

:' ., quested in writing by the owners of a ask you to remove the "thick yellow with the magnificent new build- plasterers, Damerer & Rae. The designs ture. in this room is of solid dull]-
; n- majority of the assessed lands of scum" from'their milk. ing, speaks amply for its prosperity. done in plaster paris are ex- ished oak. A\ handsome tablet '
; reader asks in what
;; ;: constant their county, establish a county bu- Asure them that when the cock The Bradford County Bank was established quisitely modeled.It |six most comfortable,arm chairs'

1. .' states liquor is not sold. Answer, reau of immigration, which bureau crows at break of day it is not an in 1889 by Messrs. Sadler is a matter of much pride and stitute the furn t.ure. The fire'p'

;i : s none. nti shall consist of the chairman of the alarm of fire, nor yet an earthquake, &Hackett, with a capital of $25,000.In pleasure to the bank officials that all .is the,same as below stairs, only'L

1 'With all of his accomplishments board of counfy commissioners and and neither is it a signal for lights 1894 Mr. N. :T. Ritch bought half the work was done by Florida firms :the shelf is oak At the front end'i

fi f : \ we doubt that the devil ever learned one member from each election dis- out in the bar room. interest and in 1897 purchased the and contractors. The contractor for this room are three mullioned:; '.

a < : ,, to skate. trict of the county. Awake them at noon for their balance. Later in 1906 shares were the building was N. L. Snelson, also dows. They arf' of stained glass;

0 1135. Selection of Members. The morning repast, and warn them of sold to prominent business men, the of Jacksonville. t in the centre, of each is the mon -

p Be sure that opportunity is knocking members from each election district the bull, and the snakes, and the busi- incorporation of the bank following.The The employees' desks are. of mahogany of the bank in most beautiful cc'.

f. : not importunity, before you open shall be selected by the registered ness end of the goat, and of all the directors held' their annual the window nettings of From these wudows' one looks i

t[ ". ,, ,, the' door. ., voters of the various election districtsin snares that beset the unwary in the meeting on last Monday evening at bronze wire. .There are five windowsfor into the main !banking rooms. .

m,- Snake with two feet has been discovered such manner as they may prescribe. field of adventure. which meeting they declared the usual the convenience of the public. The delier and wall .light fixtures

'* .Co"- in Georgia. The country is 1136. Notice of Appointment. Upon Grave is your. responsibility. Giveit dividend of 10 per cent. The President, Cashiers, two for Teller burnished brass,' Above stairs'i, ,

;'full of them.Roosevelt's. the ,adoption of the resolution by the heed.' stock is quoted now at 130, and thereis and the Exchange. AH light fixturesand a spacious closet for the storing!

9.-\ > county commissioners establishing a not a share on the market. chandeliers and wall fixtures are of old books, etc t ;

-L influence is on the wane. county bureau of immigration, they FEELING GOOD.A That the business has been steadily brass. Every department of the ___

It will probably peter out altogether shall give notice of same by publica- this neighbor dropped into our office on the increase is evident from the To the left of the main entrance is and fittings is'planned with an'r '

before 1916._ tion in some paper of the county for week with a grin on both sidesof following figures: In 1894 the de- the ladies waiting room. *This is site attention to, detail which beta

four consecutive weeks; in which no- his face and imparted the very evident posits amounted to $14,000. Todayin charmingly furnished with mahogany ens the master mind ''', .>

There is always room for more tice the registered voters of the va- and superfluous information that 1914 the deposits average $195,000, desk, settee and two most comfort- That the building is to Starke i

than one more in Starke. Bring the rious election districts shall be requested he was "feeling good. an increase as stated last week of .able chairs. A dainty curtained window I Bradford countywhat tie much-talh.:!,
!,:-o", '*Sr whole famliy.After to elect their members to the i Said he had been reading the ads 1,392 per cent in 20 years._ adds an appreciative feminine' ed of Cohen building is to Ja :

r ?:-l.tP' Harry Thaw's$ experience bureau and to certify the names of in our paper more carefully than us- Since its establishment the Brad- touch to what will prove.to be a most vine has been remarked many r

,, ; .j1 J:1 S, New Hampshire, why does Huerta the persons so selected to the chair- ual, and found that he could actuallysave ford County Bank has been quartered popular feature. To the right is the Certainly the bu' ders', had In'mind

"i>_,, '' '";:t., .want. toga then? man of the board of county commis- money by doing his trading at on the corner of Call and Thompson sanitary drinking fountain of white greater and stronger (Starke Vj
f4.';'L" : 't sioners within sixty days of the day home instead of continuing his cin- streets, but during the past two porcelain and nickle; the ice chest to county when they- invested $20,00(
Ift' ".' '.An exchange says that Consul Silli- of publication. In the event any dis- tributions to' the mail order million- or three years, owing-to the increased which it is attached is of brown in- this building which shaH not o'

( ,man, will plead for Huerta. Why trict or districts shall fail to'make a aires. business and the heavy demands diana marble. serve, its usefubt, now and in. .
.; does he,want him? selection, the selection shall be made Of come he was feeling good. made upon it,'the building was found There- are two vaults. The smaller years to come, out will also in'.t:

d Woodrow Wilson$ is makihg by the board of county commissioners How's YOUR feel? inadequate to meet the requirements.A one containing 26 safety-deposit box dim future, stanza: magnificent n -
grew make good the pledges of the I at a regular meeting. FOR YOU TO n ANSWER. meeting of the officers and direc- es. They are built of steel and con ument to their ni mory. j,:<-

:t democratic party. 1137. Term of Office. The, members '" un- A startling question has been open- tors was called and it was decided to I crete, 20 inches thick, and to enterone Bradford brainsmoney

ro A of the county bureau of immi- ed up for public discussion by the Rev.S. purchase a site and erect a building must open four doors and a steel have made the Bradfa

I ;." That"debtpaym'g-day": established gration shall hold their offices for the Fraser Langford, a California par- commensurate with the bank'a posi- cage. Heavy plate glass protects the County Bank wait it is today* _i .7

recently in Oklahoma ,will be popular term of two years.-- They shall elect son and ex-reporter. Here is the tion in the business world. mechanism of the main doors. In the surely is nttingly named. -'

'1 only with'eredit rs. their own chairman, secretary and thriller: Out of this grew the $20,000 brick main vault are pigeon-holed shelvesfor The officials of|the bank are all i

$< > treasurer, and shall be authorized to "If a snail can't raise a hair in and concrete structure which now the receipt of valuable papers. The tines of ,Bradford county and Wh1!

4+ An old couple Illinois tackled ,a employ a county agent of immigration 4.))00 years, how was it that monkeyslost adorns the corner at the intersectionof money. vault is within this vault, andso some of the directors were not.1 .
F burglar and choked him to death. A -whose salary shall be fixed by them; all of their hair and became men Call and Walnut streets. equipped with combinations and in this county, :they have so"_!?,

t hint, to young'couples.' ., which salary shall be paid out of the in so short'a time?" This beautiful building, by far the time-locks, that it is as near burg- made it their home and worked,fe

; 1; If business depression$ ,is only psychological fund hereinafter to be specified. 0 handsomest in the county, the plansof lar proof as it is possible for the in- its best interests :and .dvaneem'.

a' why could not the same 1138. Salary' of Treasurer. ,No Don't knock. Help yourself along which were drawn by Tally and ventive genius'- of today- to construct. I that their lovaltr. .stands UDQII'

thing be said of prosperity? member of the county bureau of immigration by becoming popular and push your Summers, of Jacksonville has a frontage Depositors doing business with the ed.The :'Ill.:.

AWe shall receive any salary, friends with you: It's very easy. Bea on Call street of 32 feet by 65 Bradford County Bank are doubly insured officers &rl: .-.J.

4 are told to swat the rat. One : except the treasurer, whose 'salary good fellow and soon you'll have a feet on Walnut street. It is con- against the "thief that comes N. T. RITCH, President .{-

of the best ways to do it is to quit I shall not exceed fifty dollars. procession of followers. No man ever structed of buff pressed brick, the in the night," as, besides all these pre- W. T. WEEKS; Yice I-PresidenLJ. ... ,

poisoning. your neighbor's cats. 1139. Tax, Manner of Collecting. helped himself knocking other people foundation of concrete; with trim- cautions to safeguard your money, a H. RITCH, Cashier. 'i.

1 The Tampa Times$ the principal When ever a county bureau of immi- down in character and business. mings of Bedford Indiana stone. heavy burglar insurance is carried by : S. L. PEEK, Bookkeeper.The J-::

says gration is established in any county, 1$ The main entrance on Call streetis the bank. I directors ale:, ... '
of the vermiform Scientists
use appendix is have discovered that .I'f'"
the county commissioners of said particularly pleasing. Four colos- {The Walnut street entrance faces '"'"
4 to make a living for the doctors. Georgia once had a tropical climate.If N. Tt }ITCH,- ;' ,
county shall levy an annual tax not sal columns of Indiana stone supportthe the'door of the safety deposit vaults.
$ they will examine the weather I W WEEKS; -tf': -
The constitution was born 138 exceeding two cents per acre upon all rec- roof, which extends over a Portico Entering here, one turns to the right ;
ords for June, 1914 they will discover H.'a
years ago.-Times-Union. Wrong. of the assessed lands of the'county,, that both of ,concrete. The large bronze and finds one self in the President's RICHARD, 1 ate
Georgia and Florida had
t 'The constitution was born 127 years provided that lands covered by water a door is flanked on either side by a private office. The very first thing A. v. LONG,

shall not be subject to this assessmentand tropical climate very-4-recently. name plate, on which is also the date which strikes the eye' is the massive O. J. dRIFFIN.

ago.If going providing that fractional parts of Several men have already been
we are to make Huerta an acre'shall be subject to the levy of elected speaker of the Florida houseof ,
J salute the flag, why not abandon our two cents per fraction. Said tax shall representatives. Some of them RICUAR

,grape-juice plan? tactics and try the grapeshot be collected in the same manner as were elected even before they, were fiNEST i WE HAVE SEEN WHOLESALE STOREI H. C. c

other taxes and shall be turned over nominated for representative in the : "
'Some*of the stare legislatures teed by the county treasurer to the treasurer primary election. have opened a wholesale feed and it'

a steady hand like Woodrow Wilson's of the bureau of immigration as; $ & grocery store south of my retail store General Insurance !...'.
collected therefor If the outcome of mediation looks the depot and will at all
> to keep them in the straight and narrow soon as taking the near carry t --'
bright today it will look doubtful to- times full stock of oats t-.
( path. receipt said treasurer of the county a hay, corn, .
bureau of immigration. morrow. If you know what the out- general feed, flour, salt, octagon soap, I represent none ,:1Ius\: FIRST
The Miami Herlad asks if the aboli- 1140. Bond of Treasurer. The look is one day you can confidently lard, bacon, and chicken feed. !. .
companies and will'be constantly one
.. tion of war is imminent Not so imminent treasurer of the county bureau of im- forecast it for the following day. I will continue to do a retail busi- ,

that you can see it with the migration shall enter into a bond with --E ness, but i will not advertise any retail alert to promote ,year'interest. ".,.,
naked The reason women like to attend I sell to. eke courteous treat int to all]
,- eye. two or more sureties for the faithful prices, as am going to
u .. ids performance of his duties, in such sewing circles is that they know they the retail trade. A well written po iey by a
'The weather fence. amount as may be fixed by the county won't be talked about when they are Evansville, Ind., July 17, 1913 6-12-4t J. C. CARTER. agent in a ftrst-olsee company;) ._
He doesn't know whether to send rain present and that they will be talked
Co. Canton 0.
bureau of immigration. The H. L Hurst Mfg. i iH
.' for.the .farmers or sunshine for the 1141. Report The treasurer of,the about if they are absent. Gentlemen: We would not do with- 00000000000000000' times means much in caw of loll by-G,.,

baseball. fans. county bureau of, immigration shall $ out your Man-Power Sprayer any 4' 4 C, RICHARD'' :. Starke. ,
President Wilson the ,
4v to
says way : BISCAYNE PRODUCE CO. : ""
make semi-annual It is' the finest have ever
; : 1 a report to the more. \ we
\1 The Miami Metropolis says sanitation success in America is not popularity, t
board of county commisisoners of the seen in this city at present The
follows the flag Yes, it often but to show you are not afraid ofanybody : MIAMI, FLA. :
amount received by him and for what people that have seen your sprayerat
follows the flag when it_ought to,re- or anything but God and His 0 0 COFFINS ?CASKETSUndertakers'
main at home. purpose expended. Judgment. our place think,very much of it 4 4Solicits ,
_0 1142. Expending Funds. The coun- and well pleased to see it work at our .b4 a ftlt LIne of ;i '
n Consignments
.( :'Luke M'Luke, says: "Always remember ty bureau of immigration shall have "When us old timers got married place. Yours truly, : : : :- fupplla'

that you,have your knocker authority to expend the funds en- remarks an exchange, "we had to takea THEODORE BUCHHOLZ.i : ofVegetablesCanta- : Always on hand. The belt ssr*;:
worried he wouldn't take trusted to their care only for the chance but in
or the time purposes these days any young or Sale By Toe at the lowest prices. Special,
tf.li to knock )'00." of inducing bona-fide settlersto I man. can see what he is getting. R., S. FERNANDEZ : loupes and MelonsBiscapeProduceCo : attention to Telegraph Orders' :
iL. 0 their county,:and shall cause the ig 0 0 I .,'
"- ,Talking about borrowing trouble,I chairman on-the first day of January When women get the ballot they Spraying Machines and Insecticides Registered Embalmer

4, an Oklahoma editor worrying about I ;f each and every year to publish insome will object to being called the "plain STARKE FLA. '
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what the banks '',will do with all the newspaper in the county for people" by candidates. Some other i : ,.. r'
{ money wasted,by the American people four'consecutive weeks the amount of term will have to be employed.The v M a vww v B W' W DcWlTT C: JONES .

1t U the people take a,notion to save money received by the bureau and for A Get cur prices for printing and we 0 Succ their and Tampa Tribune thinks Roosevelt will get your orders., 00000000900000000V
t' : ; money. deposit it in the what purpose expended., I
has wind enough for Fla. y
: a two-year
{; banks. 1143. Duty of County Commission- campaign, but will his weak voice Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Read the .Telegraph-l.50 a year. ,

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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cockran, of The game of baseball xchednled for' ......... .........................i. ; ; ''MMMM
Jacksonville, spent the Fourth in Thursday afternoon the local dia-

tI i Starke.. with Mr. and Mrs. JTFVCanova of rndtiritttween Middleburg rain. was the not,Starke played..Grays on account an4 \ Progressive Business FInDS In Me ;f.! .

Mr. W. E. Bradley, of Bailey, Ga., \

Information JL has accepted department a position of the in Telegraphoffice. the mechanical for Miss the Sarah past week Rivers,the who attractive has been j1 Readers of the Telegraph will find it... to .their: '

house guest of Miss Louise Mattox, advantage to trade with the firms rep. : ..
11 C.wrsb/.. lwria. lsrM.aJ ..rfhy returned her home in .
? > w w are C1J..,... r.aar Have a sleeping porch this summer to Lab Butler resented in this directory.MMMMttwttlMMwww ..

jfWflhh Let us quote, you. QUIGLEY Monday.By ,'. =

':'! Ii- U the QUIGLErf LUMBER ft SUPPLY wainscoting your rooms with ................> ..r-.............. J ;

/ y Wallboard, and finishing the waDs in .MM. yS
Jj. B. T. Rape was a visitor to Attorney C. E. Gutteridge, of Crescent CO.Mr. '
::; a beautiful and .
J\ artistic
,: 1 J wtey.Wednesday.T. City, was'in Starke on legal business and Mrs. J. G. Bitch and Mr. effect can be obtained. Quigley.. REAL ESTATE. FURNITURE.,! t a : ti

,]t,' Tuesday. and Mrs. J. H. Ritch, of Raiford, were .
:,f Mr. N. Kendrick made a business the guests of their brother, ,N. T. Lumber ft: Supply Co. .......................... .........,...-.... ........ ,

Ii ,5 trip to Waldo Tuesday. children'Mr. and visited Mrs.relatives C. F. Hoover McIntosh and Bitch.,:,oh, the Fourth, As trustee in bankruptcy Mr. D. E. .......................... .................l........

'j :'8boes'*at Leviton's. 'Thursday to Wednesday Miss Vivirette Floyd visited her Knight will sell to the highesttand COMER r. PEII :": FURNITURE' .
best bidder for cash at : <*
II Hampton Sat-
: Mr: M. Leviton was in Jacksonville cousins, Misses Katie Belle and Allie ..- \
i fen: business Tuesday. Mr. J. M. Thomas and family, of May Green, last,week at their beauti urday, July 18, at 2 o'clock: P. M, the Florida Real Estate, Land aid and almost anything'. !M you ) :

Graham, were visitors to Starke on ful home in West Starke. merchandise, notes and accounts of might want: *

t j :Mr. Da. V. Dyal, of Hampton, spent the Fourth. the Hampton Furniture and Hardware TUaber Expert. .
and daughter, Company.The
'jl'\ p|the Fourth in .Mr. W. E. Loadholtz and family, Rosa, left Wednesday for Glen .. 8S years Experience at Starke. ; ; STORE. NN

;I j t t-\ For dry goods. Leviton. of Lake Butler, were visitors to the Springs, S. G, where they will spenda not Starke military company will .......................... ............... .... g F.
the encampment at Black
city Friday. few weeks.
;iff'' Mr. A. M. Darby was in Jackson- Point this year. The enlisted strengthof .MMMMMMMMMMMMNOTIONS. + ..... HMMMMMIMMMHIDENTISTS .

1 H j|vflJe. on business Wednesday. Mr. Karl Floreus, of Jacksonville, Mr. J. F. Johnson and family have the company is below what is re- .
fe-C, Mr. L. C. Powell made a business spent the week-end here with his moved into the Adkins house on quired by the regulations, the com- .N

I trip I to Jacksonville Wednesday. mother. Madison street recently vacated by pany having less than forty mem- .MMMMMMMMMMMM. ..............-............

Mr. J. J. Burton.A bers at this time.
"" Mrs. A. S. Crews was the guestof
:;Percales and ginghams at Leviton's.

i Mrs. E. S. Matthews .Kingsley letter written by Mr. L. C. Ray P. B. Bowie, who has been employed Why is it that when yon are DR. U. G. TURNER M,

'!Mr. 'Bryan Padgett, of Manville, lake this week., from Dunedin informs us that he and by the Starke Telegraph the past in .need of Notions, Ladies N

|twas in Starke on the Fourth. Mrs. Ray are much pleased with their several weeks, returned to Gainesville 0 Ready-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, / DENTIST .
h Mr. John Campbell, of Lawtey, Novelties, Etc, yon generally N f
[fjP: l Mr. H. Keene and family, of Law- spent Saturday and Sunday in Starke new home. Friday and has accepted a position in ,* go to Edwards Building .
is the Fourth in Starke. the mechanical department of the Sun. STUMPS .
# 1 tiy, spent with relatives. Mrs. J. R. Dover visited her hus-
IU' & '' He was formerly employed here and <> There's A Reason. Upstairs ever Post Office -
band in Hampton Sunday. Mr. Doveris i." .'. .
Rif, Embroideries at Leviton's. Miss Anna Canova is spending two his friends will be gladf to learn of his r
ill at the home of his parents, Mr. I A&A&.A&. .. .. .&&& A &AAA..AA
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fl.t ,weeks in. Jacksonville with her cou- return.-Gainesville Sun. .MM.MMMM.MM....M. n.
,, 1(Mr.,F. A. Scott and family moved sin, Miss Freddie May Hedg ock.I and Mrs.F. H. Dover. ................... ........
|| tb' Kingsley lake Wednesday. A family reunion was held at the DRY GOODS. 4
;irAt I Misses Eva Sullivan and Gertrude $
Miss Donnie McFarland, of Meredith home of Mr. 0. E. Alvarez PRINTING
| ,h'MISS Mabel Colley, is visiting rela- I Willis, who visited Mr; and Mrs. J. Saturday, ......... ................ .- .
Fla., is the guest of her friend, July 4. members of the
\ ;i,1 tiyes in Lawtey this -week. F. Colley here for a week, returned to Forty-three .... .........................
Miss Agnes Gardiner. family were children .
11 present, including '
their homes in Williston Wednesday.Mr. .
( Let us screen 'you. QUIGLEY and grand-children, only thirteen e x.
Mr. C. C. Corbett, of Macclenny, J. W. MORGAN .
i LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO.Mias and Mrs. Everett Miner left being absent. A bountiful dinner was Headquarters for : BRADFORD COUNTY .

t. was in Starke on business Saturdayand Sunday for Wauchula, where Mr. enjoyed and a pleasant time generally Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods TELEGRAPH .*

4 t aI aIai ai:' ,, Margaret' Boggess, of Law- Sunday. Miner has a position in the city power is reported.The .. Dry Goods, Notions, ;Etc. : COMMERCIAL PRINTING .
I .
Mr. Harold S. 'Brown left plant and where they will reside in a
in Starke Saturday. Mondayfor
I "i try, was Telegraph is printing cards MMt....,.
Ie a combined business and pleasure the future. .
f.f f tt.!' Mr. and Mrs. D. E.. Knight were trip through the East and North.A this week for Mr. R A. Green, of

: \t visitors to Jacksonville Thursday.. ,The handsome new bungalow be- New River, who is a candidate for

{!oo *! new cement sidewalk is being laid ing erected by B. R. Withovski on W. messenger in the next Florida houseof JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY '

!i i j Glass towel bars at 40c and 50c at in front of Turner's bakery and Madison street is nearing completionand representatives. Mr. Green served LINCOLN HULLEY, Ph. D, Litt. D.. LL. D.'President

.',. :,,:'r'.j LUMBER &.: SUPPLY CO. Sternberg's store on East Call street will make a convenient and pleas- with credit as messenger in the 1913 THE BEST SCHOOL GOOD FOR YOUR CHILDRENSend

r; I'ipMr.J! Powell Carpenter is taking a ant home. session and ,his chances for appoint- Them V> Stetson. Fall Tent Begin Sept 25 ,
The iron fence around the court-
ment in 1915 excellent .
1 Jf vacation and a rest at Pablo Beach.I' -Mrs. W. H. Perry and Miss Gretchen are 40 _ssJ [atrudao CcB; e Libosl Am x-
IT'*" house and county jail is receiving a l7Unnenty BuSingt oIIep rl Law
1 Shumaker of Jacksonville, left for Chief of Police Kite and 28AoeCs0ipui CcBege<*TeeWoey
t... 'Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh are coat of black paint this week. Deputy 469 Students LM Year CgBcwolBumrBi
now at Jake their homes Monday afternon after Sheriff Dyal made a raid Monday Sl.OOO.OOO.OOfjxbwmat f'Iep:! DtJ Acadea7 .
ir! .living Kingsley Mr. and Mrs. W. Barrett of Sax- 23500 Volume Lazy Nooul&iool -
week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. night house
I' a on a on Thompson street $10,000 Pipe Organ School ci Nkdiuic Art. I "
:: : SUMMER Have your house ton, spent Sunday with Dr. and Mrs. F. Canova. where a game of draw.poker was in 10 Luse IA6 ewia for Sdmce 5cboaI cI MuM: .
f'f Usaupmed Geed Ecuipmaa Sd.ooI.I F..Aro'
I 1
i screened. Jones, Hardware.i I U. G. Turner. and number of: .
j progress captured a Separate Dormiodufor6Jzw' *, Cartjiil Jmlniftntion and <&>neji ..
Mr. E. D. Mays, of Jacksonville, white Mdarian kachitit .- [
Miss Thelma Griffin is the guest of Mr. L. D. Register has moved his agricultural agent of the SeaboardAir young men. They were arraigned I For catalog oc viewi,he nfonMlm.or for loom MssraBoa address ,

I' \\l: [*Mrs., J M. Trnby at Kingsley lake. family to Fort Meade. He will continue Line, was in Starke Monday on guilty and in court were on assessed Tuesday the, pleaded usual JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY DELA1NDl eY '
his business in Starke.
( business connected with the East '
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t tjH ,Hiss Loca Anderson, of Raiford, fine. t r!
'Y" I Mr. J. M. Alvarez and family Starke Drainage DistrictMr. y' ,
I WIll visitor to Starke Monday.i mov- ,

: 11' ed to Kingsley lake Wednesday for R. H. Barbour has accepted A committee* of Messrs.C. SHALL
i 'J. a composed WHERE I GO TO SCHOOL?
Ii Mr. J. E. Clemons, of Brooker, was ;the
summer. position with the Florida Electrical L Peek, H. C. Richard, A. V. Long
*, in Starke on business Monday. Florida State College Fr W. .n. Tan,ha.ee. University,sf Florida CiacriHa. '
I( Company, of Jacksonville, and movedhis and E. S. Matthews went to Green ;
Hon. A. V. Long was in Jackson- College of arts and seienees normal school 8 college and divisions liberal arts law
e;!.t Attorney J. E. Futch made a busi- ville Wednesday on business before family to that city the first of the Cove ,Springs Monday' enlist the art school, extension of music,division school,of graduate expression school, school Modern of engineering agriculture, teachers college experiment -

t ,,ones strip to' Jacksonville Tuesday. the federal court. weeK: help of the Clay county commissioners I gymnasium with swimming pool basktt : station extension dlt sion, 'graduate' ,
t in building a sand-clay road from ball and tennis courts new and modern school, ten new brick buildings, beside gymnasium ;
J ,1! Mr. Jay S. Brown made business Starke Board of Trade will buildings, beautiful eampm, dormitories have
'I a Messrs. Miles Lewis and CharlesP. The Starke to Kingsley lake.- The committee all modern eonveniencea, new dining room swimming pool and many subsidiary ,
t 'e! -ttrip to Jacksonville Monday. hold a meeting at the court house on and kitchen most hygenie In Florida. 418 bondings. II officers instructor and ...11-
of in
.. ,L Cooper, Jacksonville were was courteously received and the young women from 40 counties and 12 states !ants., 854 young men from 41 Florida counties
.f q Mr.' Cosmo Alvarez of Jacksonville Starke on legal business Monday.Mrs. next Tuesday evening and everybody Clay county board appointed Commissioners last session. Tuition free in college and tor and 24 state and foreign;countries lastsession.
interested in the welfare of Starkeis : mal school Board and entrance fees for the Tuition free board and entrance
'I : Budington, Thomas and 12400. For catalogue write Edward fee I1S2.50 Write to da far cat-
spent the Fourth in Starte.Mr. year per year. ?
,1. .' N. J. Moore and children, of invited to attend. I Anderson as a committee to view the OnndX Pns ut. alog& A. A. Marpfct, FraUast '

i I R., H. Futch, of .Lawtey, was New River,'spent the week-end with road next Tuesdayand at the .
The second baseball,nine of Starke report
v her mother Mrs. J. J. .
el i in_Starke on the Fourth. Sparkman.Mr. went to Lake Butler Tuesday and de- next meeting of the board. Several .....as ass........4t 8HEKIFF1 SAIL "..,.

Jf= Mr. G: W. Anderson transacted Perry Dover, of Hampton, at- feated a team at that place by a score of the Clay county commissioners expressed +* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 4WANTERTobacco virtue Notice of b a hereby certain given writ of that Mention ender and issued l by

1':I business in Starke Monday. tended the Fourth of July celebrationin of 15 to 3, .and the boys feel very themselves as'personally in 4 5fff out of and under the seal of the Circuit Court '

Starke. much elated over their victory.The favor of doing their share towards ..ff.fff fff.ff bearing in and for date Bradford of 22nd county day,of state April.of Florida A. D.

Judge. T. Wills, of Gainesville, this needed improvement. 114. in that certain cause tbercia pending -

,, t (spent the Fourth in Starke. Hon. A. D. Andrews, of'Raiford, Starke Grays were defeatedtwo salesmen. Earn era wherein Turpentine B. B. Waldron Company la plaintiff a corporation and South-, to --

\ 't I attended the picnic in Starke on the games in succesison by the Jacksonville Read the Telegraph1.50 a year. defendant. I. & B. Denmark a* sheriff of
<* :.t i Mr., and Mrs. C. A. Youngblood, of Fourth of July. Red Sox last Friday and Sat- 9100 monthly. Expenses. Experience Bradford county Florida, have levied ejsa and .
will offer for sale to the highest and belt bidder
i Advertise and
Theressa, spent the Fourth in Starke. I NOTICE. unnecessary..
urday. The score on Friday was .12 for cash on Jfoeday.. August Srd. ISlt
I. I Mayor Butler Blanchard, of Lawtey, Notiee is hereby given that the undersigned take orders from merchants for during of legal hours of sale on laid dart
Attorney to 5 and on Saturday 11 to 1. in house dolt in
the court
J. C. Poppell made a will Starke.
professional attended the Fourth of July celebration to the highest and bat bidder for smoking and chewing tobacco, cigarettes Bradford county Florid all of the fOllaw2Ab'describedlpenona1

t! visit to Hampton. Monda I I: in Starke. Miss Agnes Gardiner returned Sat- cash, In subject barkruptey.to the the confirmation entire stock of of the merchandise referee cigars, etc. Send a 2 cent property and real estate,
to-wit: One typewriter and desk.
; from to friends in Jack- notes and accounts belonging to the stamp for full particulars. 'Hemet one roll top desk three itrtight office chant
Mr. T. M. Norman, of Raiford, attended Stafford urday a visit estate of the Htmoton Furniture Hard-
Mr. W. M. of Williston
desk lot of toots, three I
one chair one **'
1 the Fourth of July celebration editor of the West Coast Courier, was sonville. She was accompanied by o'clock ware Company P. Mon at Saturday.Hampton July Florida 18th.at 1914.two Tobacco Co., Now,York, N. Y. 6510t tern and one lamp one fiat toy desk and ;
:' who water cooler four storage tank, one Itonijj r
her cousin Archibald Austin
In Starke. Said sale to take place at Hampton, Florida,
visitor to Starke puller two storage tarts three redia l1en.o1l4i
I a Sunday. in front of the Hampton Furniture ft Hardware
to the Fourth in Starke.
came spend FOR SALE-Eight room dwelling, Westinghouse air compressor one iron water
Mr..and Company's store.D. tank three boilers and two engines cue'
Mrs J. F. Colley and children .
Treasurer F. N. Andrews E. KNIGHT. with all modern well
County improvements
draw steam Smith Vaite r
; pump
Mr. W. RI| Feaster; who spent the i ll 2t. Trustee in
left Bankruptcy.
1- Wednesday for a visit with of Lake Butler, was in Starke on official located. To interested parties will one engine marked Vine, one iron water tank
relatives at Williston. winter in Starke and left a short time two cylinder condensers one electric dynamo,
Ml I business Monday.Mr. NOTICE OF ELECTION. S make rock bottom cash price. Ad- two cars of brick; also the following real estate
ago in company with his wife for a to-wit: Commencing et fie Southwest I
: I By the vested in there by the school dress Post Office 443 Live Oak
power Box
non ,
wait ,
rain. Use of Block. Seven in Old Lake Butler,
| our gaMeD. C. L. Moitt, of Dinsmore, 'spent visit to their son in Chattanooga, laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction corner !
.. running thence North 80 feet bo'.point of beginning
: .... Florida. 6-19-4t -
tj QUIGLEY LUMBER ft SUPPLY :; the Fourth here with his parents, Mr. TeniL, died in that city on Tuesday, of Bradford county hereby orders an thence East fifty fert,' thence North '
I election held on the lit day of August A. D. twenty-five feet thence West Met feet,, thence
is co'I I and.Mrs. A. E. Moitt June 30. 1914. at the following place, for the purpose South twenty-five feet to point;of becininng.
of electing three trustees for the next two FOR SALE-Cow and calf, young and Also Blocks one. two four end five sad

-I business p ,Mr. J. W. Andrews, Sr, made .1.1f. Mr. D. H.'Moseley, of Raiford, late 'Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg enter- to yean be and assessed to determine: ; the amount of millage first-class milker, gives 12 quartsa the some East addition Half of to Block the city Three Of; in', lake B. L.Butler.New- '

f. trip to Jacksonville .Thurs editor of the Lake Butler Star, was a tained a number of little folks thurs- Johnstown. Inspectors of Election: Henry. day. No reasonable offer refus Florida. The same having bee1' levied won
da Varnes. William Varnes and John Bryan.F. the of the Southern Turpentine
,.I,.', I visitor to / tarke last Saturday.Mrs. day afternoon in honor of the birth. G. SCHELL. Secretary. ed. Mrs. Oliver Jones, Starke, II as Company property a corporation and till be sold to
I day of their little son, SamueL Games July l,- L 7.101tFOUNDBlack satisfy said execution and cost-' -*
Burton Bell of
j Tampa, visited J. C.Poppell has her DENMARK.; ,
; as guests Sheer
Us friend, Mr. Bruce Davis here were played and refreshments serv- NOTICE OF ELECTION. I Bradford powwm t)'. Florida.D. {
on ,
( this week Mrs. Frank Ayers, of Vero, ed. E. Knight Attorney for Plaintiff.7Mt .
Sunday.Woolsey1. By the power vested in them by the school
"; t II I Fla., and Miss Mattie Beal, of Sharps, laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction sow with three pigs, "

l 1 ; famous paints. No better .' Fla. Mr. N. E..Roberts, of Lake Butler, election of held Bradford on the county lit day hereby of August orders A. an D. crop split in one ear, crop under- I

made LUMBER brother of County Commissioner Rob- 1914. at the following place, for the purpose .bit in other. M. Rhoden. Starke. Only One "BROMO QVININB"
QUIGLEY ft Mr. and Mrs./R. R. three trustees for the next two
of of electing
SUPPLY CO. : Wynn, Hamp. erts, was severely shocked one day and to determine the amount of millage To vet the reaafne cell for fall tame.UEA-
ton are spending few with yean T1VB BROMO QDISIMB. Look ta signature of ,
a days ,
i last week by lightning which strucka to be assessed: B.W.GIlOV& CMC a Cold ia Oar Day. Stop
Mr. I. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Scott Brooker. Inspectors of Election: John Morgan and acadache, and week 08 cold. 2Sc.
; Albert ReinoehL of JacksonU1 at Kingsleylake. pecan tree near his house and killed Dr. Lamb and A. B. Shaw. Get our prices for printing and we coogh

t > U visiting Mr. Ellery Davis and a dog that was under the tree. F. G. SCHELL Secretary. will get your orders. Read .the Telegraph $1.50 a year.gfficietigv '

.. ;, i ocher friends here.' July I0-4L ,
t i. I Mrs. 0. J. Griffin and children visit- Rev. and Mrs. W. K. Achenbach left

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. WaSnrighlL of ed her sister Mrs. H. B. Holstein, in Monday for Redding, Pa., where they ,
I ,..,,. .'t : ; ... :..: .-:- .. .. .. -
Jacksonville Gainesville from ', -- ,,. ', """' !!o :. ., .' ,
Tuesday to Thurs -- <: "
are visiting relatives in will reside in the future. Mr. Achen- 1fi. "''.. :".'ff" ?::: : ""

f Starke. I back has been a resident of Floridafor
,t I day.Mr. .
f '.. Mr. R. L Lewis, of Jasper, visited and Mrs. R. H. Barbour and 'seven years and spent the past '
1 winter in Starke. istrt
:;W- ;daughter, Mrs. .J. C. Robinson, little daughter spent a couple of days a;Birthrightbut

.; ; ,hn! Thursday.Mr. last week with Mr. and Mn L. H. Mrs. B. B. Hopson has purchasedthe ,t

Louis Hill at Lawtey. millinery business of Miss Charl- i an GcU .- ,

r), t to'Gainesville Witkovski Wednesday was and a Thurs-visitor American fence. If quality and not sey Payne and has transferred the ,: '- 'Gtatad'tamoaaatdt f hart ils fire until if has lis.

'. .*****. quantity counts, you will buy American stock to the building adjoining the A. brilliance must be&outui out of it, and*>...... ar.mlkW tpti? iStWinA.

,i, I fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. A. Wainright store where she will V
"" ,"t Rer. B. T. conduct the business in the future.
Rape will preach Sunday Jones.A .
:.. ';;{ at the Methodist church the sub T a lisle each ufedife a rind at first hit as the
upon Mrs. James T.Wills and son, David, the dianwmi it has been &t7unJ Will! a3ank Acanwl ;
: .1 .ject,. "Sin Against the Holy Ghost" letter from Rev. F. C. Edwards, flashes after & .
; are at Starke, and the former will re- ii -
.. former pastor of the Starke Baptist brighten j our -aspcS gf HJei91 1Nl
: Mr. Monroe Whitehead of Jackson- church informs main there until early fall. Judge ( .
us that he is at
f :W visited his aunt Mrs. W.: A. pres- Wills owns a nice home at Starke and .J. ; !' .
ent located
'i Swannanoa N. C. t tart
e Colley, lathe, Fourth. his family thought best to occupy it :an =ml'" -- .

I Mrs. Maggie Williams and little this summer, as they can run out toKingsley 'n II .n :
Mr. M. D. .1' ,
I Baal of Gainesville/way son, of Lawtey, were in Starke Sat- lake, the beautiful resort r: r .

; 4 pleasant visitor at the home of Mr. urday and Sunday visiting relatives near that place, occasionally, and '. r' '...... n. "\ .
:.. I and Mrs. J. C. ia@ < .:. '.:fit :
i a, Poppell Sunday. and friends. Judge Wills will visit them at inter- .

; Read the Telegraph1.50 I vals during the season.GainesvilleSun. .::;.. ..;,- -',. :'" ;
4 a year. Read the"Telegraph-$1.50va
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'. ,FRIDAY;. ,JULY 10th. 191x'F

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jJ. IIOTIC61: I ]BDDI' GIVEN tW tile foUowtq deleribecl rropab wiIl1be gold at pahlil: t .
OWJID Der! tiaa af Laai '
t9aatls w die TIII&D DAY OF AUGUBT,1914, Ia t1r coaq of 8ndforl. Stew of FlorIda, w M ;! OW14HY n..dJtiaa..i.Lui. f m = 3

r t IIraf ag will he i.nrary to pay tbs amo1mi dw for tare harm lei oppom. J : li S3

It 4.M : ..'together.wit! god ofauda sale aDd advet2'-tng. I 1 II plot / < a : .f '. s

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... ." i j ..
aD i. '" a :
1 aeetioa 31 and run W 17S -. :?- ,

yard, thence 8 140 yard, \ W Worthington. Ip "

thence E 175 yard.' thence N T. W. ItIlllel1 1 lot in NE cornu of NE% of (

R hB 140 yard to point of beginUnknown NEy4. aeetion 12..TOWDBhiP.. .. '
.;OWJID Desatg4IN.f Lead aing _. i SI I 20 S 1.13 Range 19. being 11 feet N and -1..
'" ''M (;) -Commencing at NE corner of 8 by 300 feet E and W in

I 1 ;. NWK of NEK and run W 188 Worthington Springs .

j I feet thenee S 173 feet to a L. 1S.'Dnneaa ..........._-SJt of lot 1 and N" of lot Ie .
t. i point of beginning thence E and lob 2, 11 and 12 6 6 21130 ;
.If. 58 feet. thence S to right of, Unknown C 1Aa of lot I and all of lot 4'f 6 20 UO 274g"-

way of G. S. and F. railway Unknown Nor of SJt of Jot 10 1 6 20 16
W. P. Summer ............. 20
.An of NW of SW thence NW along said right of .NEy4 of SW14 15' 6
s 20
.. l 40
.. L WUII and 8' of SW1JiDc S aDd 1; way to land of J. D. Cobb ,. Km. S. M Perse1l ._,_..._N4 of Iota 4. I and u 18 6203
40 1U3 P. S. Denmark ..... ......
; W of Railway as 4 19 4.B .r' .i thence N to point of beginning; Unknown NEI4 of NEy4 2Z 6 20 40
Croft -wwya of NE4 -.-- 22 40 U2fl. 1 F in Lake Butler SI I 20 4.11 gEy4 of SWy4 23 I 20 40 4.4t g
.j.. J.I. Croft - :NW of NW% Z3 4 1. 40 %.93 Geo. Wyatt. :.. _Commencing 50 ft S from center Siluetia Sterricka, ..N4 of SW44 and SW3 4 of S gW
20 4 20160 .1U6I. of G. S. and F.
NW railway W14. less 1 acre to church _
e x. B. HUla U 6
4 of tracks on section line J. Co Cason .
-NW of NEY4 and Ny dividing I'E14 of NEV ;
P. Salp 13
--- NW _- 20 4 n 10 'U3 sections 31 and 32 and run Rev. S. F. Wolfe v __NW1,4 of NEI.4 of SW1,4 2 6 21 40 qq

'4 J. P. 8app -- -_N :1 SW% -. n 4 n 80 UI westerly parallel with railway J. B. McMillan ..-._....._.WW% of SEy4 W of railway __ S 6 6 22 22 28 10'a
Eyi wy4 of Nww 'h and W 135 1-6 feet to point of begin % of NWIJ& of NW4 .
Unknown 4 21 40 &.SZW. .. 10 I 22 10 uE
'" of SEl4 of NW'A --------- 25 "' h ping thence S 420 feet thence -NEy4 and E} of NW* and
28 4 21 240 28.8SE .. ._ E 135 1-6
-N' Of SW%, and SE4 -- n- feet thence S 210 Swy4 of NW-
Co BudaJ "- of NEy4 33 4 21 40 e.o% feet.. thence W and parallel J. S. Dixon _S4 of NEy4 of NEy4 andSEI4 14 I 22 280.

-8E of sEll. --_ Z1 422 1D 1.'l9v __ with said railway; 309 feet of NWV4 of NEy4 and SEye .
NIh of NIh of IVEY4 or N% of _. __ thenee N 304 feet thence W lIlE%
bon "" 1 and 2 U3 135 feet thenee N 420 feet July Gaines W 18 622 10 1097
Job -- ---- 81 618 YOU 66 acra of SIh of SW3 of : #
1.3 thenee E parallel with said
NW14 of NW1,4 SW% +
L L. Ward _N&Of of SW% and SW'/4 of 1'- .,;:; :! ._ j; t_!.I-.:_'. ; 403 3-6 feet to point of I. H. Owens NW%. of-NE%, __ 18 I 22 I
M. Gunter 19
Do 9 i 18 80 'l.29II. beginning Y. wee SI C 20 B 8.83 Louis J. Glover -AU of 6 22 40
J. W. Townsend Wy of NEys of NEy4
Nft of SWK 35 6 20 80
Nettles % of Nwy4 and Niy of S John E of Starke and Sanderson
B. .SyW 14 5 18120 U7 C. A. ..SWK of NE% and Nft of S
3. ___ _-1:'y% -- 15 5 18 80 'l.85I. ft of SWK and Nft ofSW% _,.J. ", .. I .1-1 ..Eleven Nld' ,20 1 22 11 a a, "
..vB. Nettles acres more or lees be-
oofS3EWy'14 SEK and NW % of SEK _
WI,; .a.n-d S 151.3 a of ,.I ISW1,4 ginning at NW I $
L Bardia -----" of NWyaH .rho 18 IS 8.15J. t and NEK of SW1,4 __ 36 S 20 160 18.05 '.. of comer of NW
V4 SWy4. of section
S. H. 1'hom1JeonHE 21. and
% of SWK of andN -i-
-- .__.NEy4 of NEIJ& 1'l I 18 40 2.82 ....- -- a 4._ ft of NWK of SEK NWK of NWI4- S 21 48 9.10 ruB E 420' feet thence S to S r :a4 s
L inn --- :
1-3 of sEy4 of NE'/s ; line *
8 11 acres of laid
J. d Unknown SE quarter section. :Jvvar
of : -- r
NWK 16 6 21.0 2.92 :
1'l i 18 U3 2643
and EI, and BE%. I. : thence W 220 feet c
NEWand G. C. SapP _SV of NWK "of SEK and S l' more or leN ? r
_NIh of NE% of N tel: aide of
public road thence
J. L Hardia '
'' of
20 I 18 10 18.6 WK SEK and Eft of Nft 4 N alone E
W1,4 aide of
of SEK of SWK 17 6 21 75 13.58 road
.-8"1 of NE% alIA! of N line of said section thence'i
L B. NeWel 21. a'a
Et g .. Commencing at NW comer of
and S s6..yI. I.
W1,4 and Ey: of N along laid section line to
SEK of NWK and S 15
E44 20 i 18 a8.06J. run point of beginning _. .,.. .
340 ._
;f % feet thence E 140 yards to a 11 i 16 22
21 I 18 11
L Hudn ----- .-- -I yY of hiWi NEJ. . 22 'i 18 40'L 85 point of beginning, tuence S Ellen and Caintha DaviaWJt of block 1. S of R 2. W IS 31, 1
+ -NW% -- ----- '
'Y B. Nettles and ,. 70 yards, thence E 140 yards, and EI, of block 1. S of R .
and NW
of NEya % '
Do W. Sanest ---- --W 25 i 18 280 18.0 i I \ .3thence N 70 yards to the pointof 3 Wof Temple sub division of ".

NE1,4 of SWy4 beginning acres ... 17 S 21 2 3.65 Louia NW% of NE1,4 21. ;:;,6 '
W. B. NettJa -NE% of E1,4 "' 2i I 18 40 U3JI W. M. Hollin worth -Commencing at SW corner of GUJon Commencing .t NW comer of- ;i 22 10 $91:

M. V. BIactwe1dusW1,4 of NE% and SWya of NEW of SEK and run N 70 land owned by Elmira King on : .
SEy4 and Ey of SEy4 ___ 26 I 18 160 6.69 yards to a point of beginning ..e E side of railway right of way it", -_,

YO> v..__.._....."_ __ _SEI.!. of mJ. .. ____ __ 26 .6 18 40 142 h..n.... N '7/1 .......it.. th........ II! I '.. .._- ...; and run easterly at :' _
-- -- n-- .rig.t!! an. : : '
._ __. ___ __ ; 1 ;
1. ... ....,. L
John'A. Dougla --.._.- -SWK OF NEK ana Sfcft 01NWK ,_r' r 70 yards, thence S 70 yards, "- rauwa U) .to un. ; .
and Wft of NWK and -. :,.. r :' .. thence W 70 yards to the point r r of section 21:,thence N along ;;,' '

Wft of SWK and NEK of S SWK 360" of beginning 18 5. 21 1 '%..86.D t .,"--'.. said section: line to the road J :
j 27 6 18 24.80 ; ;
and NWK of SE y4 or Street known as Center
Lennon Commencing 210 ;yards S of N i
.61. J. Donglaa ----_-Sft" of SEK of NE% and NE, ...0" 19 60.NW"K 4.46 .r W comer of NEK of SEK I : .- ; street in Temple's sub division '
thence W .
of SEK along said
------ street to .
and -
run S 52 2-3 ;yards thenceE r.
G. J. Douglas of IWK lesa 1 acre to : 70 yards thence N 62 %-3 ..,. railway right of way thence S '
school and N 6 acres of SW 3.52J. yards thence W 70 yards to a along said right of way to the ,. .
21" 19 44
& .
Y SWKN point of beginning 18 6 U' 2 10.30 point of beginning in E% of : -
B. Townaend __ J4 of NEK and Eft of N .NE%. except such lots or j .c '
W'4 and SWK of NWK __ 24 .6 19 160 14.02 L C. Smith. .Commencing 210 feet N of SE as have heretofore been j

D. B. Fonyth ._-... -NWK of "NWK except 10 A corner of NWK of NEK and deeded -. 21 II
in SW comer 24 5 19 30 2.53 run N 210 feet thence W 210 C. C. McLean _W of l i' 22 14 iT.tt
# block 1. S of B 4 W :
feet thence }
210 feet thence
._SE'4 of SEK except 10 acres in Temple's
24 5. 19 30 7.71 E'210 feet to point of begin- sub division __ 21 | > 22
in SE corner -- Eugene Cox ______ -- Beginning at NW 10 <.?, mVVfl. _
Unknown -4 of SW1,4 of SWKNWK. __ 24 5 19 20 3.23 ., ping in SEK of NW% of N Wft of corner of ;:
W. H. of SWv 30 .5 19 40 3.23 t II' 7"'I EK ._ 18 5 21 1 18.95 SWK of SWK of see. s '
j4ettlea --- tion 22 and S 70
-Lot 12 ,. 6 5 20 80 7.85 1. C. Jones & Bros. __Commencing at NE corner of thence E 140 run yards, '
yards thence N
d -s4 of SEK 13 5 20 80 8.80 NEK of SWK. of section 18.. 70 ;yards thence W 140 a- 1,, ; .

James demon, Sr. S" of lot 7 18 5 20 40 4.16 and run S 3 elms and 3 feet to point of beginning.yards-Two 4. v y .

_Wft'orSE'K and Eft of SW / thence W along right of way I acres .
14 20 6 20 160 14.66 of A. C. L. railway; 14 ehna E. U. Charbomlau _-WI} of NEK of NE I R40.
Ito. Charlotte Coffin -_ .rK of SB4 ____ 22 6 20 40 7.41 and 24 feet to a point of beginning eept? N 6 acres and E N4 60. ex- : .

_NWK of NEK and Nft of S thence N 210 feet Unknown -._. ._... -SWK of SWK of feet..... : I 22 13 733

WK of NEK and NEK of N variation 3 degree E, thence and NEK of NEK of NEK

f- W%, and Sft of NWK lees 1'- W 210 feet variation 32 degrees ; and SEK of NEK of and
.'railway right of way ... 24 5 20175. 23.61 E thence S 210 feet to SEK of SE/4 of SE SEK of

Unknown --,.., .,._._.....Lot 23 of block S in F. N. said right of way, thence E EK % S
Andrew addition to Lake Bat J. along said right of war to a Caesar Dana -__Seven acres more less, in S 22 .C 22 40 SL76 ;',
ter 29 6 20 1.33 :; point of beginning acre in W
L L. ConeUnknown -tee 44 of block 4 in F. N. NEK of SW% 18 S 21 1 9.92 Unknown _NEKNEl COmer of__SEK_ of NW4 __ 22 6 22 7 8.66r
-- ;,._
Andrew addition to Lake But A. V. Long 25' 8153-J
, _Commencing at NW comer of of SEK g"J :x
t ler' 29 5 20 1.83 W. L. Newman ft 25
1 acre of land owned by Mrs. ?.-SWL of NWK S IUTt

? ..............Lot 39 of block 4 ia F. N. S. M. Morrell and run N 209 Richard Reynolds, Jr. ...._Commeneinsr at NE of 27' 22 40 JO.JJ '. ,
i Andrews addition to Lake Butler feet thence E 418 feet thence WI, of NWy4 of Corner
K SEy4 of N
.. 2910 1.33. S 418 feet thence W 209 feet E and thence '
L L CoDe .-Lota 45 and 46 of block 5. in thenee N 209 feet thence W feet* to a run point of W 100

F. N. Andrew'addition to Lake .209 feet to point of beginning thence W 100 beginning
Butler 29 6 20 1.61 in SW of feet thence
corner NEK of NE S 309 feet thence I
L'L. COM -Lot 54 of block 8 ia F.- N. 33 acre '- 18 S 21 7.03 thence N 309 feet 100 feet -k
to point of
Andrews addition to Lake But .
2 in NW
Loot -_ 29 5 20 1.33 -of acre NWK of NEK corner W of of Eft Mrs. Jennie Maude Hod'man-Lota 1 ind.E 28 6 22 5.8620.6tt
ditch 19 of
Uakaowa .............. 5 30 5 20 80 14.36 5 21 2 2.15 block 16 in j
O. G. Van
-- Zant .Wft of Starke .,
swy4 of SW% __ 19 5 21 20 4.63 .. .... 28
Uakaowa -E 20 acre of the following described M. Bryan 6.22
J. L Whitten Wft of SW% .. 20 I.U 80 8.80 -W. .Lot a, /and 12 of block 14 |

: land: Sft of lot 6, ... 1 Unknown SftL 1 i 22 320 %%.'11 I in Livingston Trnby and Co. '
and all of lot FN of G. S. u' r--r. Unknown CM?
.. I ----- 2 Ii 22 320 22.71 addition to Starke 28 .
and F railway !10 6 20 20 9.70Dict'Hewitt Unknown N4 of b1Ey4 .. 10 i 22 80 G. G. Scheller.W% of block 34 in Livingston 122 IUS

...............-Lot 8 and N 25 feet of lot 9 __> II I 4fr.: rI! Unknown T Lot 10 in Woodlawn 10 622 10 1.43 7.13 Trnby; and Co.* sub division ;
of block 3 in Lake Butler __ !SO 1 20 U.61
Unknown l-ot U in Woodlawn __ 11 622 10 L29 Unknown NEK! of NEK 28 6 22
L; A. DuncaaUakaowa Lob 9 and 10 except N 25 Unknown ...... -Sof' SWK of NWK and SE Lot 1. if block 42. 10.9T

} feet of lot 9 of block 3 ia Lake DSO..rr' g-::. dot NW'K and N}i of SK in Livingston Truby' and Co,* '

3 Butler i 20 23.31 % of SWK and SEK of sub division of NEK .of NE ?

._Commencing at NW comer of ,_... a L SWK and SWK of SEK: and W. L. Bane 1,4-__ ..28 22
lot 16 of block 6 and run E 20feet W y of SEK of SEK and SftS -- -Lot* 4 and 5 of block 1, in 4 6.J3mj

4 to a point of beginning of NE1,4' __ U 5 22 250 22.82 Davis and Truby1 addition to
u thence S 50 feet thenee W 20 % of"NWK of NW%, and Starke .. 28 6 22

s l feet .thence S 65 feet thence NEK of NWK --_ .. 13 5 22 70 6.60 W. M. Mnrdangh .Lota I' *. 6. ?. and 10' of -
'4. b E 70 feet thence N 43 feet J. W. Caldwell _-NE14 of Sw>4 of NE14 __ 13 622 10 2.54 block 2. in Davis and Truby'

e v then W 28 feet thence N 62 Chas. Parker .-Ny of lot 20"in Woodlawn ___ 14 5 22 5 U3 addition: to Starke 28
r '- e feet thence W 22 feet to the Unknown .... -Lota 39, 40. 41 and 42 in Wood- _Lot 11. 12 13. and 14 of 6 22 60.J8 '

: point of beginning. Lake lawn 15 522 40 4.09 block 2, in Davis and Trub,'* '

Butler. SO S 20 4.5 Co B. Revere .Lob 19. 20, 29 and 30 in B. S. J. Simm addition to Starke 28 'Z2 ,;
_. .
A. Zelgler Commencing at the NE .r. ._Lob 6 and 7 of 17.88-
Mary corner Woodlawn __ 15 5 22 40 block 16 ia fr
of block 5 and ran W 25 feet t Dr. Ceo. H. Payne Lot 27 in Woodlawn .. 16 5 22 10 3.53 Dr. E. T. Campbell Temple's addition to Starke __ 28 '6 22'
r to a point of beginning thence Carl orison _- ._Lob 43 and 44 in Woodlawn. 165 22 20 1.15 -Block 1 in J. G. Alvarez'a addition 13.98 -

-t S 65 feet thence W 20 feet. S. G. Potter _Lot 10 and 23 in Woodlawn _-_ 16 5 22 20 1.85 Mn. a a Hopson to Starke -__ 28 ;r: 22
4 thence N 55 feet thence E 20 UnknownUnknown -Lot* 26. 35. 36, 45.; 46, 62, 55. .' 1.85 -_Lota 5, 6, 7. and 8 of block .. 23.01 -

-.' feet to the point of beginning 56. 67. 58, 60. 61. in Wood- .. 4. in J. G Alvarez's addition to ; Y
in Late Butler SO 5 20 4.03 lawn Starke __ "
16 A.
5 6.22
22 Wainright i
JIlL.Battle McDonald ---BY. of lob 1& and 11 of block _Lot 120 11.07 Beginn'ng at NW corner of S 4.34.
1. 2. 3. 4. 13, 14. 115, 16. -
1i.1n.Lake Butler 30 6 20 23.01 WK of SWK of section 28.
:, 'L Dueu __Lob. \ 17. 18. 19. 20. 29. 30. 31. 32. and run E 484 feet thence }:
A. ._ 19. 20 and 21 of block 6. in Woodlawn 17 5 S
22 .
in Lake Butler .__ 30 160 14.96'L29 418 feet thence W 484 feet
5 20 Lot
29.9780atJIera 64 in Woodlawn _. 17
Turpentine Co., _.Coeomeneiag at SW comer of C. G. Johns .Sft of lots 22 and 23 and all 22 10 thence N 418 feet to point of :. '

block 1 and run N 80 feet to Iota 26 and 27 in Woodlawn__ 18 6 22 80 9.10 L. M. Little ... _.__ Commencing beginning -at NW----_of___ 28 4 22 5 latl> !,
t a point of beginning. thence E .. A. McCall .-. ...Lot 27 in East Lawtey _._._ __._ corner
1 N i i "',."I'. t' 50 feet, thence N 25 feet. i: ..Lots 51, 62 54 1.85 4 Madison1 and Myrtle; streets
53 55, and 56
.' ? .
: L9 and W
; J ; thence W 60 feet thence S 25 ; in East Lawtey --. run along Madison
I feet to the point of C. 17.45 street; 210 feet thence N 834
beginning. Parker
{ .Lot
59 in East
Lawtey; .._._.___
in Lake Butler v.._..no...-.._ 30 5 20 Wm. Williams .Lot din Otts sub division 1.85 feet thence E 210 feet to : '
6.43 of ..: : it. ..... Myrtle; street thence S
f t.. A. pin ,.... -:....Block 14 except W 11 1-3 feet East Lawtey ._ : L. 2.15 said street 834 feet to along point '1..,'.

fa Lake Butler --_ 30 5 20 liS.40 Chaa. Parker 'Lot 6 sub division of i of beginning in Gaskins' -j': .
Ma. Battle B. McDonald _.All lot 45 of block 17 and all East Lawtey wt G :. to Starke '. -

.; lot 46 of block 18 N of A. C. David M. Smith non ..Lot 7 in Otts sub division of ," '{! 2.15 L. M. Little Commencing at -SW sonnet of ':9 6 22 2 6.H._' -

i,; L. Railway in Lake Butler__.. 30 S 20 2.45 East Lawt.ey ,- Madison and .. .
,. .. Rove _._,....,.._CnnungMing at SE corner of J. N. S. Williams __Lot 10 in Otto-sub division of 2.15 and run S along Myrtle streets street
laid Byrd and Venter lot and #
East Lawtey __ 105 feet thence :
2.15 W at right ,
run W 55 feet to a point of be
Matte A. Wooden -_.NEK of NEK ofNEK __ 24 522 10 3.23 angles to said street 105 feet .
i '
IT', ginning thence N to right of :t .. C. H. ChurehillNW'4 of NE% of "EK __ 24 Ii 2" 10 3.23 thence S parallel with said r
i way of G. S. and F. railway '1 G. H. Fuller ._._ :
SWJ4 of street 105
thence W SEJ4 of NEy4 __ 25 6 22 10 3.23 feet thence W at '
:6 along said right of :t.' "' -SW% of NEK of SEK ______ 25 5 22 10 1.85 right angles to said street 105 .
way to a point 65 feet E of W : : '
Unknown _
line of aid lot thence S to S T->-- -u N of NEK of SWK of SEK__ 25 6 22 5 1.85 feet thence N 210 feet to ..
Unknown L SWK of SW%, of NWK ____.___ \, Madison street thence E along
4- line of said lot thence E 210 ... 25 6 22 10 1.85 i ; : .
"." < 'v feet to the point of beginning. Nft of SWK of SEK of NEK__. 26 6 22 10 1.85 '" Madison street 210 feet to the ...l.0ei J t .
Mrs. Anna krewger __ tfiU.. 1 1P
t W 20 feet of Nft of NWK of point of beginn ng in Gas-
i except 1 lot ia NW corner 40 ,
feet E and W .4.i.> NWKSEK 26 5 22 2.15 kin's addition to Starke -__ 622 'ln'
' -i j by.80 N and S l' s Mis. J. R. Alvarez ,
Jere E. Bohannon Commencing at S line
of Ful
.. .' -. and 1 lot in SW corner 50 feet __ of NWK of SEK __ 1 27 5 22 10 6.02 ler ,
land and
r -=-" Unknown Lot 25 in Woodlawn _._ .. run S $15 feet -
E and W by 150 feet N and SIn 30 5 22 10 1.29 thence

tame .. .. ........._ 30 5 20 Unknown .-Lots 26 and 27 in Woodlawn ___ 30 5 22 10 4.63 315 W 420 feet thence N .' is
11.61 Unknown -. .._.._.._.._Lot 5 in Woodlawn ___ feet back to Fuller land. i''
s ; J. B. .8carIIoroqlaAU. lots 5. I, 7. 8, and 9 of W. L. Milteer .. __NEK of NWK of NEK of SW__ 32 5 22 10 1.29 thence E to point of beginning <:
block 3 in McKinney addition
1 K and NWK of NEK of NE : one lot 110 feet N
r to Lake Butler ----- 30 5 20 21.93 ;4 of SWK and S by 210 feet E and W. j'v
3f Uakaowa ,.-. .Lot 11 of block 3 in McKinney of and Eft of SW 44 bounded N by Wm Lake S by
SEVi of ____ : .
NWK ___
35 5 22 15 6.92
;, ; addition to Lake Butler __ 30 7 Mary Jane
-- 5 20 Jas. R. Brook of ; Green and E by
r 71 Wft NWK of NWK ____ 2 6 18 20 2.92 '
? Lake Butler lee -----Lots 24 and 25 bock 'Sanderson
,4 lane all in
J. N. Douglas Sly of
Lake --SEY4 of NWK ________ 2 6 18 40 6.62 :
McKinney addition
to Jas. R. Brooks SW'4 of NWK in Starke __
Butler". .. -----.ESy of NEK, of NEKWft 3 6 18 20 4.16 Unknown .... ._. .. 28 4' 22 4 10.01"
30 5 20 W. F. Hedgeman ------ Commencing 210 feet S from e
.; 14.96 of SW'K of SE%. ____. 7 6 18 20 1.23 --
J. W. Bodge Eitate __Lob 41. 42. 43. and 44 of blockS Doris Brinson ---__NW14 of NWK ___ 16 6 18 40 6.39 4 SW corner of Madison and
S in McKinney addition R. W. Williams -___Wft'"of NEK of NEK and N Myrtle street on West aide of

Lake Butler ------- 30 5 20 WK of NEK and Nft of SW Myrtle street and run S along
_Lot 15 of block 4 in McKinney 12.18 of NEJ4 a lad street 210 feet thence W .
17 6 18 80 8.45
addition to Lake Butler._ SO 5 20 Wm. Perry 210 feet thence N 210 feet
UakaowaSootaera ..................Lob S and 4 of block 4 in 2.15 Buck Sft of NE;+ 18 6 18 80 7.85 thence E 210 feet to point of a_
f McKinneya addition to Lake WilliamaSE'4 of NW\i,______ 18 6 180 4.16 beginning in Gaskin's addition =b
Fr: Butler W. F. Hedgeman NEK of NWK ________ 18 6 18 40 5.394.16- to Starke ------- ____ 29 I
---------- SO S 20 3.83 Guk Hunt --____Eft of Wft of NEK ___ 26 Unknown _._ 22 4.5t -
: _Lot II, 17 and 18 of block 5 T. J. Alderman 6 160 ------------- Commencing 210 feet W of S .
ia McKinney addition to Lake u .NW' of NWK 26 6 180 ,2.42 W corner of Madison and ?? .,

Butler 30 Unknown ------__SWK"of SWy4 .._.._._.......___ 10 6 19 40 3.%3 j Myrtle Street and run W 210 :
.Lota 10 and 11 of block 19 inMcKinney 6 20 5.23 Mrs Mary; L. Johnson -NWIJ&: of SE% ______ 21 6 19 40 3.94 feat to Westmoreland Street, r i 4

.,, _1 acre in SE comer of NEK \ ) thence S along said street 420 r '1
.5 addition
to Lake ot SWJ4 ____ feet thcrce E ;
28 210
---- 6 19 1 2.15' feet thence
Butler -... __ 30 S 20 ",.0.3 N. J. Fairish --:' ___8 acres in SE comer of NE}. N 4-0 feet to point of beginning r3
Turpentine Co. _Block
1. 2..4. 6 and Eft of
W of
being 4 designated
.K-- acre as Clarks "
block 3 In B. 1.. Newsoma ad E and W by Two lot
1ft acre N and A in Gaskin's ad ,
dition to Lake Butler ----_____- 30 5 20 South _____ 29 dition to Starke ._...___ *
d' Uakaowa BIockl1 and 14 9" ----- 6 19 6.Fractonal 2.75 -- 29 6 '22 646. .
2 in D. E.
Knight _Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in Unknown -...... __Sft acre in SEK of SEK and : '
.. addition to Lake Butler -- 30 5 20 Worthington Springs __ 1 acre in
/.9 NEK of SE%. being '
3 -- -
e. B. Scarborough __N% of Job 1 and 2 iq F. P. Unknown ------_...Fractional block 4 in Worth- 23.01 known as the Botch S

Odom addition to Lake Butler ington Springs __ Place" in Starke ___ 29 -
31 Unknown __. 2.15 i. A. Wainright ._.. 6 22 5 1L2T SSWK
20 6.62 ---- block 9, except Iota .. 4.: -_Part of the six acre lot commencing -
_Lot 6 in T. E. Deckle lat addition 7 and 8 in Worthington at the NE corner of -
-. to Lake Butler ._ 31 B 20 Spring* -: .. land formerly owned by T. W. ;
Lot 8 in T. E. Deckle lat addition 9.10 J. W. Hatcher .--___Lots 1 and 2 of block 10 in 2.45 Sweat and run E to East line

to Lake Butler _-__ 31 ( 20 'I.11 Worthington Springs ----__ 11.88 of section 29. thence S oa see
_Lot 15 in T. E. Deckle lat addition _Lot 1 of block 11 in Worthington tion line 220 yard, thence W

to Lake Butler : -_.._ 31 6 20 3.53 Springs ------____ 2.15 to SE corner of land formerly
: Lot It ia T. E. Deckles lat ad J. W. Hatcher --.--_Lots 1, 2, 3. and 4 of block owned by; said Sweat thence b

: dition to Lake Butler .------- 31 5 20 12 in Worthington Springs __ N to start'ng point ia Ely of
1. V. TownatndL. u.. .__Sft of lot 21 in T. E. Deckle 2 Is Unknown ----__Lot 2 of block 13 in Worth- 3.53 SE'4 -------__..____._ 29 6'!22 4 8-ir

$ lit addition to Lake Butler -_._. 31 5 20 .' 4.09 ingtou Spr ngs w 1.17 Wm. Edward Estate __ of SW%, and NEK of
.Lot 22 in T. E. Deckle lat addition
: to Lake Butler _Lots 1 and 2 of block 14 in SWK -.-- U I 23 80 I.OZ' '',

A.DoncaaUakaowa Lot 24 in T. E. Deckle-lit-addition --- 31 5 20 4.93 a H. Campbell ____ Worthin&ton Springs --____ 2.15 Unknowa _..nn. __W% of 1Io ndW SEK. except ;
Lot '
7 of
block -
.. to.Lake Butkr -,____...... 31 5 20 15 in Worth- ;.. two acres corner __ 32 i 22 18 L06. '
_Commencing at the NE! comer 1.45 Mrs. H. B. Lamb ington Sringa .--------_._? '; (.02 .Lob 1 and 2 of block 3 in
i .' .: of lot 1 and niafS 70 feet to _Fractional block 16 in Worthington !- ;:- Lincoln City ----____ 32 41 22 %.01 '

\ ;" a point of beginning, thence Mrs. H. B. Lamb Springs -"-- _-__ 1.31 _Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in
i' W __Lets 1 and 4 of block 17 in ::' Lincoln City _
,.i", ,: 105 feet tVn-e :S-70: feet __, 32 iJ Z2 333.
., '" thence Worthington Springs _.__ _Lot 8 of block
E 105 feet thenee N 70 T. C. Dough -- 3.53 ia Lincoln .
ftet to the point of beginng ----.Lots 3 and 4 of block 19 ia J'. City ........__.-_ 32 6 Z2 L68.
: in T. E. Deckle 2nd addition to Worthing Springs .__ 11.49 Willie Pornell -_____let () of block 6 in Lincoln

s Lake Butler _.. ____ 31 Miss Oil e Hagen -___Lot 1 of block 23 in Worth- City -j._--. __ 32 2.41
--- ----- 5 20 I 22
...............:...Lot 6inT. E. Deckles 2nd ad 5..3 ington Springs --------_..._ 1.15 King Chandler _.._-__ T wee acres in SW corner ; .
< dition to lake Butter----__ 31 5 20 Unknown Lots J and 4 of block 31 ift SW% of NW;. W of railway.33 6.23 I 4.06-
.. 1.'Wtnea _Lot 2.15 C. P. Chandler ____
6. lees railway right of Worthington Springs ____ I Ommenc'ng at NE comer of
.- ": way. in T. E; Deckte 2nd addiBattle' Unknown. ---- --....___lts 1 and 2 of block S7 in '. I. %.12 SWK of SWK of section 33.
t'. n to I-a'. Butter __ and jvsa
Worthington 331
: 31 chains
---- 5 20 __
John -
W"U- 4 U K. 6.32
..All lot 11 N of Stephens ;
railway in Let thence W
T. --- 1 and Nft of lot 2 of 15 domes north to
'. Tfecktea 2nd addition to Lake Unknown block 39 in Worthington Spring_ N line of eaii SWK\ of SWK. t=

rt a. Searboreugh' Bqtler.. ". .R..23 --__3 acres formerly owned by B. S... 14.66 ftcnee E to place of beginning -' s
v. .
.Commencing at NE corner of .... M. Leverets and Co., and designated 1 8-10 acres __ __ M 4I.2 I 4.75
on map aa block K in ;.

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". ....Ii I I -III1..tI.* DESTRUCTION.OF, ANTS. NOTICE OF TAX SALE (Continued From Page 6.) ,. ;"-. .r

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: *;DRAGGING EARTH ROADS. How to Get Rid of Them Around the ,.

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t **** Hooae. I .. a .
ij[.. ?+ 11111.111111111. ODD DIInIJtiIa ., lAM ,a a :
Ai1fa: ahiDcton, DC, July IThe .. :I ...;, .fV
If ants troublesome in the house -- .
are '' I !. '.
!l lbar ** the simplest and least fzive follow them to their,nests, which are OWNIX-_' f' DeacriatiM af- t... a 1 1Faaak i '-""." r

iM' contrivance yet devised for I a1 cJ
often;'in the yard (This is 'nsuaDjtrue Hll ._
block 11 m a ...-_ 11 I U 1UI
bmmg earth roads according,to of the large red ants but the lit J Jac Prb (coI) Weis acreof 8l4 of SW3r4J. .

;.1f-Dei** *. the United States de- Ln4 SE14 ZO 'I D. US
tle red ants and small black ones fre V. JaoeO 1 of block 11 in Ramp. ,
; f of agriculture, jrho are co-: neat Stewart lot 2 of block 2 fa J. It 1A 18 'fZ 'l.n
the house
: 1rith state and county auf quently in itself, and John sub division of NEVI: of caivb Haya a 5 of W3SdNW 4 ._ ., 11 'I. It 11 1.81
t : the nests are difficult and often impose NE'4 SI. 22 1 802 B. I. MoRse ; atE34o BE corner of N ,. _
; is work for better ,roads. B. C. ScarIIonakLota 1. 2. J. end 4 of block 6 1:14 of aectio. "
: sible to find.) Having found the nests In J. mot John' tab division of F and ran N tlfl yards thence 1
: 'r1' used the drag gives the solution of NEVi NEVI 33 s a'4 945 W 140 raitta, thenc* S 219 ; "
crown to the road smooths out poor on a potassium cyan- L. Eo Lee -24 acre commencing at NW yards, thence J 140 yard toJIOin'of
jj. rd de, using one ounce of the cyanide to comer of NEVi of NE14'ad a betfnnin*-{ tent .:... S4 1.31 8 179
( pad other irregularities, spreads run E 921 feet thence S 1092 Mr*. J. E. Love -AH 1 812 .40 42.7
a quart of water. This substance is feet. thence W 921 feet. thecae of
t N. P. CawthaaNE14 NW14 2 8 t.2 40 I ua
0gt piddles of water, thereby accelefertfar -> highly poisonous and must be kept N 1092 feet, to point of beginning N. P. Cawthaa -5E14 hand NW'4 and W of .
the drying of the road, and In NEVi of NGriffl U 8 22 U 1749 NW SW* a 822 23922JJO 2U '
away from children and handled carefully John W. Jackson ._.. -W3o of SV, of NW 4 of NE: Unknown -5E1 of m: i and Wn of N .
; SMI the surface more or less imper- E'4"and
% 14 lal. 7.78 SE14 a I 10.1
;: :. water by smearing over the but there is no danger after it 1;. L. -NEVi of SEVi. except. S acre JIelIGM Maar. Co. __WJ.i of NW>4 and NWft of _r
F i to is applied to the ground. Carbon bi- square ia SE 1 aw 19.42 SW4 and Eft' of SEK of
aU pores in the earth material S. A. Carter S of SWVi SEA 14U 22 20 10.25Chu. ., I 8 22240 19.T
sulphide can be used in the same man- S. Swain: *' 1:14 of 'E14 < 22 40 24.93 N. P. Cawtaaa ._...._-W3 of NEVi of NEy4 0 8 22 ,,21 US
;I :f cost of operation, depends, oft but it is inflamable and L. K. Little _sw>4NEVi of SEA 35 6 22 40 20.03 Unknown EVi of NEVi of NW4 'and _
local conditions and the ner, highly W. TiIoD ._....._..._._ of NE} 8 22 40 19.48 ; EV4 of EVs of iW14 > 8 a .19 148SW
upon undesirable about the house, and also L. M. Little -SVi of NEVi and EV, of NEVi 3s B. A. Coachman, Agent _-NWV4 of SWVi ana W32 of
eaoilgbntSS with which the work is of NWt,4, < 22100 48.92 of SW14 and SEU and -
more expensive. In applying liquids, J. A. Coleraaa. -NWVi of NWViNEVi u 8 22 40 21.73
3 It is safe to say however N except E% of NE>4 of ,
it ; punch a hole with a stick in the center N. G. Hayes of NEB and an of NW NE#i 1 8 tt no 1185Lots
I that U is less expensive than any oth- 1 H of NEVi E of branch __ J T IS MT 9U4 Unknown ; -s&& of NE of NE31 11 8 22 SO z..u
tf of the nest and pour in the liquidAs Geo Veen 1i!}. of NWVi and aU of NW Unknown N 4 of NE3 11 8 22 80 12.7
gytem of upkeep. soon as this has soaked down % of NEVi W of branch I 11 100 10.49 E. H. Enyer Two acres m NW comer of '
r Farmers bulletin No. 597 of the department E J. Shaw "-WVi of NEVi of NEVi &DdN SW14 of NW14> IS 1222' L24
cover the hole, and tramp until the WVi of NE ViSH ----------- 12 T 11 (0 4.09 N. P. CawthanUnknown Wl/. and NW3 of SE14 11 8 22200: 12.79
of agriculture discusses un- surface is solid. Some of T. M. Shaw of NEVi and SEVi of N "', '1i! of SWU of NE34 andS '
title of the Road Drag and species ants : TUT IEV/ 12 1193-20 9.10 of 514: IT 8 22 C9 4.48 '
'&, the: can be poisoned by the use of a solution Unknown of KEVi of NE3.r.... 12 T 1.:0 L85 Duncan Mitchell ?_........-NE4y of NE'4' 22 a 22 |43 2J21U8

t Bow It Is Used, the best methods of of arsenic. For this G. JIukillie W.. of NEVi and E 4 of NW Melrose Maafg.. Co. .-.. W of4bE34 and lots 1. 2.
earth roads in good conit purpose F.F. % and SWV* of NWViSEH _r...._ IS 7 19200 17.45 : a an 22 8 22235
}aajntaining make the poison very weak, about G. JbrkiI1ie of NEVi 14 7 19 40 7.13 --.J-KrI C....N... Payne.... Commencing of at NE corner ofSE144
lection. 24 and
'Stion by.this simple device. In this Isaac 'WllliaJuNW'4 2 7 20 160 1L58 ran
one-fourth of one per cent. If made Southern a 7 20(40 (3.87 3 161 rods thence W 20 rods
Naval CoAll
Stores ------------------
bulletin; which was published a short thence N 160 rods, thence E x
i. i Unknown EtS of SWVi and WVi of sE'4
much stronger the ants will not touch -
20 rods to of _
point beginnning 24 S3 23 4.12
7 20120 7.4314J4
t' I'time, ago, the department points but it. At this weak percentage the ants L. W. (Crab ._Lots 1 and 2 7 4 7 20 ISO J. S. Griner. Ezr F! of SWA of NE4l 26 au 29 LI1 ; ''
.. .
1 ttat'of more than 2,000,000 miles of E. J. Shaw" -N1,2 of lot C and SVi of lot Uqjpiown 12 and 13 or wn of S u;
not' killed at once but. the W>< 28 8211:
are carry in SE 4 I.C9
11. except two acres eor- .
i public,roads in the United States only poison to their young in the nests. nor .-. 7 7 20 78 8.49 Unknown Melrose v -NW4J of SEViLotsSandl 28 I 23 :,,49 2.92
about:200,000 miles have been given 1. K. Shaw. Jr. -SVi of Say of lot 9 and SVj Mufz. Co. -132283 in
i Ants may be trapped by leaving in of lot 10 less N twelve acres __ 'I 7 20 63 9.10 B. M. DOWUNG. Tax CaQecUr.

9 a hH surface. It is, true, of course, the kitchen old bones and other choice _5J.., of lot 4 7 7 20 40 !.9%
4 tbit' a'large part of the remainder G. W. Yarborough __W 4 of NH of lot 4 1 7 20 20 :.92
foods. When these become covered H. C. Clenunon .W?i of NWVi of SWVi -_ 8 7 20 20 4.63 NOTICE OF TAX SALE :
t;, lonsiats of roads that are entirely unimproved G. M. BeriU'N'2 of SWVi of SW%,. less E '
with ants they can be dipped into three acres and commencing NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described property will b*'sold at pnblk
i ; and that on roads of this water and to 430 feet W of division line of auction on the THIRD DAY OF AUGUST. 1914. at Starke. Bradford county. Florida or so
'the drag is practicaly useless. boiling replaced repeat SWVi of SWVi and SEVi of S much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes set; opposite: the 1a
I class
: the performance. WVi on N side of railway rightof together with east of each sale and advertising. -
,'":Oere'is a much larger mileage, however way and ran N 240 feet.
If the ants nest in the house it will
t that has been partially improved thence S to right of way-3 ,
be necessary to fumigate. To do this, acres in SWVi of SWVi 8 7 20 20 10.90 I ,If .1,
-i and it is on roads of this char 5" -
G.. 3( BeriD Commencing 300 feet W of :
the cubic contents'of each 1-
get room of lot 10 of block I tt
: aeteiv-roads that have been crowned W cornet : ;
:1 and for every 150 cubic feet take three 7 in. Ward City. SE corner of .JfJ.
r '.. or drained, but have not a hard sur31' Stepiens land at right of way '

feee-jthat the use of the drag is ad fluid enware ounces,vessel of,water pour into in a large it one earth fluidounce of railroad or less and;W run 250 N feet 230 more feetmore .. y.OWNER :- Pescriptiaa..f.Lan4 a E h: }_ _

vocated. or leas thence S to right of ...i4 :.; -
of concentrated sulphuric acid. way thtnce to point of beginning = i. ,
',What the Road Drag is. -1 Vnaerea 8 7 20 2 4J5 :2" I .i
Having closed the house tight sealed u.- J' ? '
[f"In its simplest form the road drag W. W. Ward -I.t>t two of block one in Ward .; Ie ,'<
all windows, and stopped all cracks, City 8 '1:0 LOS :x
ti consists of an ordinary log split in
-, drop one ounce of potassium cyanide Oren Godwin Lot five of block 1 in Ward I Mrs. J. B. Alvares Commencing at S line of Ful ;
.{hijf and the two halves connected like City 8 'rO L17 ler land and run S 875 feet { '. > ,
wrapped loosely in paper into the dilate Ozena Godwin _ Lot two of block two in Ward thence W 420 feet, thence N J'>
.l : the uprights of a ladder by means of sulphuric acid and get out at City 8 7 20 LOS 375 feet, thence E 420 feet also ':. 1 V-,-., ,

.:cross sticks or rungs set in. The log E J. Ward Lot three of block two in Ward 1 lot of land 110 feet N'i i : o. .'_, ., 'r '
closing the door behind of and S by 210 feet E and W. !>
once, you, City 8 7 20 LOS ;' 't.
be about seven inches
ihould or eight bounded N by land of W. Lake.
UnknownOzena Lot one of block three ia Ward 1
course.: Hold your breath while placing S by land of M. G. Green. E _' ;'f .F.l -
I fa diameter and from six to eight feet City 8 7 20 US '.::5.... f'
the cyanide in the solution and Godwin Lot two of block three in Ward by i 7.42 :
| |in,length. It is better to have it of City 8 7 20 1.03 J. C. Alvare -3V* acres tnaaSEA of SE%. ;: ,>: :

pirell seasoned hard tough wood. The until you get'out of the house, and Unknown Lot eight of block 3 in Ward and 1 acre in NEVi of SEVi > ; .
of section 29. township 6. S '' .
City 8 7 20 LSI : "
air before into thhouse
iwo semi-cylindrical halves of the totormthe thoroughly going e L. W Crosby .-Lots 7. 11 and 23 of block 8 Block 19iin ... 23 4 23 ',: i ) USX '
-E. T.
the again as the gas is very poisonous in Ward City 8 7 20 4.93 Campbell.E. Alvares's addition
runners'of and
j are Lot three of block 11 in Ward -On--.
to inhale. The above is them -
W. Drima Estate ,
psaaily.spaeed from thirty to thirty- City 872) LOS
m mum dose and should be left for Owens Godwin _ ._Lot four of block 11 in Ward corner of SWVi of SWVi of !I ;
| fix inches apart., The front runner of city 8 'r 20 LOS section 28, township 4, S range ; t'
hours. If not convenientto 2SE %8' U. :' S.1I
: the ,drag is always placed with the twenty-four Ozena Godwin -Lots 1. 5. 11. and 12 of block Mrs. A. E. Driggers 5 acres in SE corner of SEVi ". "' : ,.-
vacate the house for so long or if 12 in Ward City .. 8 7 20 L86 .
-- of SEVi of section 29. township -
'I iplit,surface of the wood facing for Ward ..,. -Lots 3 and 8 of block 12 in
W. W. -- (. S range 22 E 29 622 496
'IJ the house is not tight the dose ;
: I ward but the rear runner sometimes"lft very Ward City a 7 20 1.31 Mrs. Jennie Maud Hoffman Lots 1 and a of block K ia -. i, .
should be doubled or tripled and the W. W. Ward"e 5 of Block 13 in Ward -, Starke '. loss' : 4
i has its rounded face in front. This isf.1 City. a fO LOS 4 t
\ time reduced. The earthenware jar _Lot 12 of block 13 in Ward E. c. EeiLerger Fractional lots A. B, C, D. of :' .< }
done in order to increase the smearing City ..... 8 720 LOS block 2 in Wynn addition to 1 :. ,:<'

? artkp of the drag as it passes over should have a capacity of two or three Ovens Godwin Lots 1. !-. 10 and 11 of block \' _Stark .. .- l, ,1.17 :
times that of the materials to be plat 14 in Ward City _. a '7 20 L86 Lots 4 and 6 of block 1. and .
the JJarface of the road. of block 14 inWard Iota 11. 12. 13 and 14 of'T ', .
W. W. Ward .... .. Lots 5 and 9 :
ed in it otherwise it 2. Davis and Truh,* addition
will overflowwhen
I ; City a 7 %0 1.31W. ---- t ', .
, : The two runners are not placed dippf --- ------ to Starke ._, ,-, .r. I3.U .

Ttctiy behind each other, but are off- the reaction begins. w._ Ward Lots 1. 2. 5, and 6 of' block 8 'rN \84 L. J(. Little -...,...--...2% acres of land bounded E & ,_' ",. '
15 in City by Myrtle street S by Madison ,. (j:
will :
it is from This clear the house of all _Lot 7 of block 15 in Ward ::11::
::1 let,see called 12. to 16I' street. W by lands of W. f. ..
pests, including cock-roaches, flies, City 8 fO ; E. Wainright. N by H section -.i
beats. This is done because the 4 '
drag Lota 8 and 9 of block 15 % #,9' ; .

;I'is:drawn over the road at an angle mosquitoes,. bedbugs, rats and mice: City in Ward a '7 20 I S line range section 22 E 9.ahapican township of '_"_ '_ q.,"h.' -a y:a...
Godwin of block 1C
Oiena Lot 8
land commencing at SW cor'i
and germs of some contagious diseases LOS T': ? i
w' efficient to make the free City 8120.
runners ... ner of Myrtle and Madison ;! -
and if thoroughly done the W. W. Ward -Lot 3 of block 19 in Ward' .. : i ,: ..'
streets and S 105 feet .
F.; -f themselves of the material which they 8 120 LSI ; . ran .. d .. .
Lou '. ;knee W 105 feet, thence E.105 t'f'e 1-
house will remain free until infested -
and 8 of block 20 in '': '
i 1CraPe. The amount of this Oxeaa Godwin 7 .'-=: 1
angle or'l 1.31 feet thence N 210 feet. thene l _ij' ,;
taw of again from the outside. Ward City WardOiena a 'fO -,.. ..... .%.. ,: :. : E 210 feet to point of beginning ...... : -
depends, course, upon the condition W. W. Ward _..._.....Lot I of block 2 1 in -. of nation 29. twonsaip ry- J

j of the road. By off-setting the ORYILLE L. MIZKLL, City in Ward a 'f:1 LOS on ? 6. S range 22 .- U I U !! ..P-IS .
block 21 -
; Godwin Lot 12 of W. M. t 1. 1, T and 10 of block ...
Statdoogh1 I ,
ZO. ,
Special Agent .
__ LOS l' :
it 7 20 :
't( runners possible to make their City T 2 in Davis and Trilby* addition "/ ....

r* ends, follow approximately the cam Dukes, Florida. Oiena Godwin -in Lo Ward Ciiyand 9 of block 22 a '7 20 L84. to Starke L: ...7_, .. -4uo.'!.
I Peterson ray 1 and 2 of block 7 and '.J' I'll'
.J line on the road, which they would notrdo Florida Experiment Station, W. W. Ward Lots 5 and ( of block 22 inWard LSIUl lots 1 aDd 2 of block a. in .'. ,
City 8 720
Gainesville & .
: I. if.they were set directly behind Florida. Mx .1.A. Anderson _SWVi of SEVi and SEVi of S sob division to Starke .._... -._ 4;: 'I. U1 ''

.each, other and the drag drawn at an w3; 9 72081 P. M. Eiggs -Lot* and 7 of block %1' ia ,
14 7 20 40 144 I .
Unknown NE4 of SE3'4 .
Livingston, Trilby and Co. addition .. .
K t angle with the road. HOW CHILDREN GROW Unknown _S3s of lot 1 18 7 20 40 4.02 to Starke ....._-......, LOS .Q '
"J} In order < 18 7 20120 UI Knrtis' Smith Commenting 105 feet S of S 'r ,
to 3W ;
provide standing roomfor B. L. Slaw _......... of NEr4 and SEj of W comer of Myrtle and Madison .' :;. L rr
$e man it is usual to nail two Children grow by noarishmentel NW 4 and NEVi of SWVi and street and ma W 105 .- -: .',
.___.. ._ i' 1139 .
NW\, of SEVi _.. ., .22 20160 feet thence S 105 feet thence .. -
r boards down upon the rungs stomachs or rich foods but Mitchell Hill .N U acres of SE% of SEVi _.: 24 7 2ft 35 140 E 105 feet, thence N 105 feet : I ,
: t'with the runners. Standing upon !qualities that are readily converted into W. J(..Bobenoa Lot A sub division of lot C of to point of beginning in Starke... 2.79L39' : .

. skillful We-snstaining blood;, too often their block 17 and tub division of Unknown ..............._ -2 acre of land beginning atS
these a driver will bear his digestive A and B of lot 1 of block 20 E comer of Madison
powers cannot r t
(. procure these in Sampson City 4 '7 21 175Wm. d ran
,2.r > moreland street
weight in S
. such a way as to aid ma- qualities from ordinary foods which results -
Jobenon -2 lots commencing at a point 420 feet thence E 210 feet. ;
'f terUDy in'the successful operation of 10 weakness dullness and sickness. on section line dividing sections 4 thence.N 420 feet thence W '. a
.> tM Char. If your children are onder-size. under i 4 and 5. on south side of 210 feet to point of beginning l e
;;f weight catch cold: easily are languid CL S and F. railway right of in Starke _

! The drag is drawn by a chain, that backward, pale or frail give them Soott'. way. thence S 1 577 feet thence J. A. Wainright. -( acre of land ia NE comer ', .
NEasterly 414 feet to said right .. .
l should be about Aolaiouwhichisptuemediciaalmeat. of the SE. leas % acre m
eight feet This
long. nourish
1. of way thence W along said NE comer bounded E by section
.xjf can be fastened by eye bolts to each It sharpens the appetite builds right of way 420 feet to the line between 28 and 29, -;
1 healthy flesh, firm muscles and active point of beginning ia NWViUnknown S by S. A. L. Railway, W by
1 end of the front runner or one end of brains.: Scott's is of NW of M / Tit 2 143 BUUh's Place. N by Vi section
the growing-food for; N. P. Cawthaa SW14 S.. 25 7 21 40 168 line in Everb/ addition 3c
: chain can pass through a hole at ctaMren. Refuse alcoholic substitutes. J. T. Lo'Jelace SWt of NEi and SE34 of r' T. j: :12.'W 9 also 4 acres of land commencing

.'> = the discharge end of the front runner % __ 28 72180 LtO .. at NW corner of the SWVi ;. i,.
Ear of NEV of SE3. S5 7 21 20 UIJou of SWVi and E 484. feet, t
rule to follow is run
t i?: and the other end be looped to drag thee road A.
over Livingston 'E1 of NEVi .. 38 7 21 40 123 thence S 418 feet thence W '

/ 'the .rung at the cutting end of thrunner. when the material composing the scar J. H. Owens -SEVi of NEU and SW3i of 0 ... r 484 feet thence.N 418 feet to ,, ',
... face SE3i ofSE Vi 36 7 21 50 153 point of beginning of section \' <. ;
'" It is important that the contains sufficient moisture to Wall Bros. .AH _.2. (40 304.87 28. township C_S range 22_...... %8' 22 h" .: 24.04 <.>.
.J hitching link should be designed compact readily, but is not sufficiently A. J. Cnffia Sib. of swvi 2 7 22.. 19.48 John Parker -Lot 4 of block 1 of Livingston I' ;
so S. A. Carter ._.........--NE 4 of NWy 3 7 22 40 22.82 Truby and Coj sub division.-- :i 4.40
; that; its position can be changed read- wet for traffic to produce mud. UDbon'W! of NEVi lea 5 acre in S. a, ShiBer Lots 3 and 4 of block 34, of ::1 '

' Since NE corner S 7 22 35 1T.40 Livingston. Trilby and Cog ,
n It is the weather ,
desirable plays
so important
to provide a sub division .
Mrs. Emma Ott -WVi of SEVi of SE%, and SE l' T.74
' J: metal cutting edge for the front run- a part in the matter it is not usually Vi of SEVi of SEtk 4 7 22 30 16,68 SILAS KITE city Ta CtBecteiiTHE :
E. E. Stacey !\'E14 of SWViSEVi 4 7 22 40 19.90 --
; .l1ter. This can be made from a strip possible to arrange continuous S. S. Chandler of NWVi ____ 4 7 22 40 20.5t --

:' ,of iron or steel and old wagon tirebaw4 s employment for teams on the road. I Marshall Jackaeoa _One acre square ia NE corner .
of a lot owned by Andrew
\ frequently proved satisfactory is therefore desirable, whenever possible Jackson in SE corner of SE SUCCESSFUL

[.,r". ; ., Skill Indispensable. to have the dragging done by Miles Robinson ..-Beginning Vi of NWVi 210 feet E of NW ._ 5 7 22 i 4.32 SPECIALIST

]i:,' ,- The cost of such a drag varies from persona interested in the road, who corner of NWVi of 1'Eof 1* the Resort of Special Preparatiea. Blye Kzaeiieswe...x.t.nI ..

--::' ,12 to perhaps $10 to $12. This will do it in the intervals of other section 5 and running S 210 Ability sad Adeqaate Eqatpveat.
prac21r -
feet. thence E 420 feet thenceN My large and
growing practice bas beea built .
tiePy insignificant outlay will secure occupations.Times-niOD. 210 feet thence W 420 feet repetition of success doing the right thing la the rtoht apes way a
T to point of beginning ._ 5 7 22 2 UI hundred upon hundreds of time with great .1IC ._ It
.implement that will be of service C. M. Sparkman .Three acres commencing at N will pay you both In time and money to consult me m* sad
t to the for W corner of NWVi of NEVi learn the truth about your condition: before placing
c community at least three 4 year
or COLDS/ & LaGRIPPE and run S 420 feet thence E case with anyone. I am no medical company .r fake Usti-
;' four years. The fact cannot be over (30 feet, thence N 210 feet tate and have BO Incompetent hired doctors.. I glee every
' Hence W 420 feet thence N patient my personal attention. _While my practice ia built
't looked, however, that skill in the use 5 or 6 dotes 666 will break 210 feet. thence W 210 feet to Boa a high plan,* of honorable dealing yet my charges are
of the point of beginning in most reasonableand n* man Is too poor te receive my best
is NWVi
drag .
c indispensable.
any case of Chills & Fever. Colds of "'"E14 ._ 5 722 a Ul services. Toil may make year own fee. term. aad arraazementa. -
t. The angle that the according to your ability to pay sad what yea are
t runners make & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver Unknown, -All of NWVi of SEVi bing willing te pay for a complete cure. I bold two Aia'.oma*
it tit}; :the center line of the road, theskew better than Calomel and E of railway S 7 22 10 6.78 \ from highly reeogaUrd: schools of medlcin*. I am duly li-
does not Mill Jones censed and authorised
! One acre in NW comer of W to practice medicine U severe differ.
:; 'angle as it is called, is an important Gripe or sicken.' Price 25c. V, of NWVi of NEVi W of ent state of the Union. 1 am permanently located U Jaca-

t ", factor. For railway __._._ ._ 8 7 22 1 103 clally responsible mynb.nteraxil Wea here for wveral ye&A- and ara'fln -
- example, if the as teU yet MT BEST REFERENCES
: dragging is done to of SW% PATIENTS U yen want skillful. aclo.t1l1c and'wuct-
increase ,
< the Cured of 8 7 22 2 1.03 curious treatment con, TO )Iii:.
Indigestion. J. E. Sullivan of NEVi of NE5j 9 7 22 20 9.942L43
i' crown of the road the drag should be Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana Pa. Wm. Edwards SWIG of NEB 10 7 22 40 "606" -Ttc Gernaa Cure for Blood Poison-914"::
, ,
sufficiently skewed to discharge all L. M. Little S4 ofSWVi NE' of \"E'4 10 7 22 20 .W
was bothered with indigestion. "My U J(. Little ? .- of NEVi and SWi of h safe palaleM sad certain U _lilt... The '
l materials as rapidly a$ it is collected stomach pained SEVi of NW 4 11 1 50 24.53.NEVi checked la 4g horn after trratmeBt. htlt'llta remhaadreSwdfie., nrea vstlb
do the runners. On the other hand me night and day, Paul ,R 1'OII.\\1 13 1 33 640 32........... treatmeat from se. and ret.rm t. their heron 1.ewe. a .ta.rt tine. free Ms ti. ....
she writes. "I would feel bloated and E. B. DeeII SW\4 of NWVi and St, ofN It carr after rJr.yth1D'tIw, ieelediaz flat 8""_rv bee fatls4. 'lit yea a.
the conditions may be such that it.is have headache WI WVi and !>o'Eof SWVi _- 15 'I 22 160 1LW sorer, let me give JOB this FAMOrS tmtateat wed be cared fer Mfe.
and ... E. Van Buren ..
belching after eat SEts of SWViNEV _
desirable 15 1 22 40 148
;< to carry along this material ing. I also suffered from tronsti E. B. Dee and Eta of NWVi and Health Counts in a Life of Success:
in order to deposit it where there pE- SWJi of \'W4 16 T 22280 14.3*
'\ are tion. My daughter also used Chamber L. M. Little NEIi of NEbi IS f 22 40 2.M Why Be a Weakling? Become Strong
z.l'eSSlOns in the road's surface. An' lain's Tablets L. J(. Little of SEt ..._, 17 7 22 40 2(8 > : -
Intelligent and they did her so Mary Rummage -SEi of SE44 _, 17 T 22 40 179 The follvwiag disuses are an.nx thine whifb I -fony fasts RIDJTLT ,
_ operator will soon learn. much good that she Unknown That portion of NVi of NWVi aad BLIDUCR: TRot BLE't. OB"TR! CT'ONI. vta1r0...P vr1Ny, yrJno's.; +
I man of gave me a few W of railway NEa JU'1'Tl'BE. IUEF1 and KX DlVKA EY, BLOOD POI'OI LTy1tt, 1
!; ways controlling the action doses of them Unknown 17 7 23 18 115 [it4El'LIYLari.ad COSTILiMED'JL.1IEST" OF Aug
and insisted .One lot 1fE.N ASD H'OlE, r
commencing 70
yardsW :
j at the drag. The of upon my Call on Dr. DUkenea today for ta'ormatlon
length the hitch of SE corner of section 19 rejanKBg; treatment.CCtSStL.
ing chain the trying them. They helped me as and run N 7d yards, thenceW TATIO.V'tol onljr and EXAJIlXiTION FREE Office ).oera. t a. a. t.4 T, ... JMad&. ,.. 1 A;
disposition of the | ,
1 opera nothing else has done." For sale by 10 yards, thence S 70 yards y

i ,tort freight, the time when the drag-! all dealers. thence E 10 yards to point of

King U done-all these exert a marked Unknown _brrinn'n All XEVi of ia Hampton SWV4 N of rail- 19 7 22 181 Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson: 111 tlearHeard W FaISpYASt -

., influence upon the results. Get 19. 732.38 198 B .
our prices for Lot 14 of block ia ,
printing and wewill 14 Hamp.Lota %
:.:, to the time for dragging, a safe get your orders. 19 7 !%' 9.19 JACKSONVILLE :
rp I It. 7. 8. and lot block
t- ,-". .. 14 and lots 10. 11. and 12 of 2e

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ib 3 .. ,3 Y. an yi every sense of the word. She So Unlit teen'to five her np. ,
But well be good mad troejy
made a host ,of friends. This 'was ADd torn day it mar be Man. .
evinced the funeral that Perchance well meet with her.
by large
9 i p* very God ia His wiadom has called her home. f Rheumatism' xBloo'i'tPoison |
h M' W took place on Sunday afternoon. The ADd eeaied all those toil and trial and

.County News Items services at the house were conducted The offerings'>Long Branch cemetery- has |;

by ReVL. Mullady and Cull, and at
ir been established for'good many ScrofuaMaarki.SkinDisease! !
Rev. The
the Mullady.
-- -- grave by deceased
years, just how'manl we are unableto JBecaw
II lady was a sister to Colonel say, but oa krunners and shrubbery ;: '1"
'x blar..lln1Heb GathencI During tM .Week by OurCorrapoDCImt. Futch, of Lake Butler, and Mr. A.A. d
,', have grown over some graves
lilealar .. Futch cashier of the Hampton Bank itPurifu
( until they cannot be distinguished F .0 R .

An unfortunate accident occurredto and while attempting to excavate the theBood':: :

ik Mr. A. A. Futch, who was attend- '
grave of Mrs: Hettie"Lake, they dugto '" 1':
DAD WHAT JSVaw' noIA IoU w! *. ;i
; NEW R1VEK.j to Starke Monday. ing the funeral of his sister It appears the skeleton of an unknown per-

Miss Era'Crews left.for Mulberry Mr. Enoch Grins was a visitor to that during an altercation between son. There was but very little signto LIPPMAN'S GREAT R EpYrfPn .P" '..

two men o nthe train one of ''I'au. writ**: nabH aoMaKg,,et ,.b faaattb A ii
the box. this .AJWnia lraeacy.
designate Evidently .
.Sunday night. Daytona Beach the first of the weekto "ltiati.tradtatbloodpar.. t. ,.'wri1r.u"Bad.....attKb
them pulled a gun and fired at his ad had been buried 50 or .. c;...paedbd namriraaWMcdays. t4
I Miss Ethel Roberts! of BelL spent secure a cottage to spend a few corpse years -- wbpid Yoonlrs .
eared J.- I took y!ar medicine u t f
P.PP eampletelr
His shot tad with 1"
was a one t
several days with Mr.,and,Mrs..G. W. weeks in later in the season. < versary. poor more years. It seems a pity we are H. DtvidMO. who ted offered uttaa tope, bat now"fmtm' that*P.P.F.
however, for missing the object of his blood potaoo and MM. .( atoeuot. i
wtth c'f'
9 Andrews. Mrs. E. B Moss, who has been running not all able to place a stone to designate lWU'I "
spite he shot himself through the loved ones' for soon IT. WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL"D U CIITI-'t.ao _
our ,
"Garden Home" graves "
in who has beenvisiting the hotel here
** Mae.McKinney,
her uncle, Mr. G. RJ Johns, for the past few weeks, left last week hand, the bullet passing on to an innocent this generation will have passed away F. V. LIPPMAN, SAVANNAH CEORCIJ r:
beholder Mr. A. A. Futch. Nor
returned,to Lake Butler ,Tuesday,af with her two daughters and sons, fo and the memory of our loved ones
should be shown the toter.
mercy gun will be and their final rest-
I ternoon. Green Cove Springs, where they will no more
He is a nuisance to a community. It ing place neglected or forgotten. .r t<
few weeks before !
spend a returning
and Annie Townsend -
Misses is alleged that the has only
gunman Therefore it behooves all to
us care
to their home in the'north..
are ,visiting relatives,here. just got out of a scrape. Our sym- for the properly and mark
graves _
Miss Carrie Turner is visiting relatives Mrs. R. H. Wiggins spent several pathies are certainly with Mr. Futch, them while it is day, for the night IHENEY-ErIOn NEED 1: \t
days last week and this with relativesin :
in Starke. even if only his palm beach pants cometh when man's work is no more. ,

Guerney Crews left for Waycross, Starke. were spoiled. We hope the wound

Ga. Sunday.Mr. Mr. John Teston, of Jacksonville, will not prove serious. BANK STATEMENT.
: visitor to last Satur A GENERAL TRNIC TAKE GHOJij
was a Lawtey
Condensed report of the condition of the
i Percy Kelly came home from Angel D. Zecharias has a new sign, Lawtey State Bank, Lawtey, Florida made

i Centralia.to stay a few days with his day.Mr.. M. E. Loadholtz, who has been a beauty, pained by Mr. Blake, our local to the comptroller.BcMvees.Jane 30, 1914:- ;!tJf _

parents. living in Roxton, tl'qas, for the fastsixteen 1 artist. Loans and Discounts -15131.95 The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic:is E '-' _I
Banking house furniture and fixtures .
Mr. Ernest Williams is visiting relatives years;spent several days here Mrs. Beulah Hunt and her daughter, -: 7,745.70 Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the ]L. "<

and friends here. last week as the guest of his father, Ethel, and Miss Emmie Haynes, of I Cash rnenaea and due from banb .- 27,966.66 1,666.09 Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and BUUdsf'oo: _

j doing it the Fourth. Mr. M. L. Loadholtz. Mr. Loadholtz Hampton, were visitors in Lake But- ,
Everybody was *. '
the Whole Grown
l ler. Total ____ 52510.40 System. People ane Chi1cfte8i, .
I Doing what? Going to Worthington b visiting relatives in and near Lake -'. ;04 -

Springs. Butler this week. We<< are sorry to report the continued Liabilities. f5>.
i' sickness Capital stock $15.000.00Undivided You know what yon are taking keen you take Grove's Tasteless chill -

.,; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Andrews invited Mr. DeWitt C. Jones, of Starke, wasa of Mrs. Edgar KnightThe Deposits .profits 36325.34 1185.06 as the formula is printed on everyabel showing that it contains thewelll -,
i little ill but is
: a number of their friends to a social visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. baby was improve tonic properties of QUININE a IRON. It bas Strug as the strangest: !

at their home given in honor of Messrs. T. J. Terry, Jessie ReddishT. ing.We The Total above report to true to the best$52,610.40 of my tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and ]

Miss Ethel Roberts, of Bell, Fla. Quitea Reddish and Raymond Hess went are pleased to see amongst knowledge and belief.H. Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives tile and vigor to 1

few interesting games were played, to Gainesville Wednesday in the for again Mrs. Fletcher., Mrs. Fletcherwas Attest: C PEACE. Cashier. Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness: without.'

after which everybody was invited to mer's automobile. away visiting her mother near A. A. SMITH.W. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action ;

the dining room to partake of hot Miss Rosa'Hall, of Starke, is visiting Old Town. Her health has been very E..J.E. TORODE.ROBERTS, Directors. purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sore Appetizer. A Complete Stree; .

friends here'this week. precarious for some time. She State .f Florida I ICointy No family should be without it. Guaranteed, by your Drul gi4. We mean it.
chocolate and cake. Those present seems .f Bradford I I '

I were: Misses Marie Parker, Ethel The contractor for the new school wonderfully improved. Subscribed and sworn to in my presence .
this the 7th day of July, 1914.
J Roberts, Ina Crews, Gertrude Crews, building arrived here the first of the The Masons have had their beautiful (Seal) C. D1NKTNS r .

: Rosa Driggers, Lois Kelly, Irma An.chews week and work on the new building. lot cleaned up. It is one of the Notary Public. .

i Miss McVeigh Mabel Reddish will begin in a few days. beauty spots of the town. Get our prices for printing and we SEEDS SEEDSCow :

l ;s x ; Messrs. J. W. Poppell, T. J. Pop- Mrs. J. H. Moore is spending a few Mr. R. E. Dell is building additionsto will get your orders. i

s i peD,'Petty Kelly, Grady Kelly, York weeks with relatives and friends to his store, and in many ways improving
Field Peas Velvet Beans
,,. Colson, Francis Colson, Lex Green, Pulaski, Tenn. the property. or ; ; Chufas*

i Bob Andrews, Shafford Crews, Floyd o Mrs. M. E. Edwards and family left The cows still roam at large, jumping SEND US YOUR ORDERS FORI Peanuts; Sorghum; Millet; Selected Field '

Green, Lefric Johns Clyde Parker, last feek for the summer home in the fences and destroying the BEAMS Corn. Complete and full stock Garden '

f c': Un...Johns and Jack Goodge. At a Hendersonville, N. C. creeping plants that we are trying to '
i ..... Mr. W. F. Godwin of Jacksonville CHANNELS Seed Poultry feed and '
., dt'11our everybody. departed, voting beautify our verandas with.GRAHAM. i
a ........ hostess** : was a visitor to Lawtey last Friday. ANGLES AND
pleasant time.t Incubators
-" i .,Jf. ". t, .... a Supplies; '
A"'; 'irft'.J#<-: \ ._ Willie MeCulTey spent several days ALL SHAPES '
'!S Oldest established and largest Seed House in Florida. Write-j
; last week and this with friends. AND SIZES
',', 'I" \ ......; MAXVILLE. Everybody seems to be busy plant

.. 4i"f't 4- i! t.j-' "'" R. L. Newbern and two sons, ing potatoes in this section, as potatoes BOILER PLATE' (for.illustrated Catalogue. iE. b

.. h' .""W.... -. ,*".'ef''Gainesville, are visiting .,au-,-'. and LAKE BUTLER. ,seems to be the principal crop TANK STEEL A. MARTIN FEED ;CO. }i

Ifft.r"' Mrs. W. B. Newbern. Work has begun on the canal forthe GALVANIZED .
t'ft'i: + ri: ...Rev. Lawton Sessions will preach drainage of Lake Butler to summer here.Mr.. N. G. Jones and family spent COPPER AND 206 East Bay St. JACKSOHVlLLEfLA;1:

: ":. .t\ f; __'; J Ja JIuvill Sunday morning and eve- leveL Some of our citizens filedan the Fourth at Hampton lake with a ZINC SHEETS

I !t' ", T '...z.....;... injunction before the circuit judgen few relatives and friends. TRUSS RODS
i I '
:\ Gainesville against the work, retaining Mr. D. J. Byrd and his daughter, STAY BOLTS
.... Dr, Brinston, of Baldwin, was mat.
I 1. Colonel A. V. Long, of Starke, Miss Mae Belle, and Shell Byrd and STRUCTURALIRON
: ins professional calls in Maine this
J t 'f-: ', Jells I to.plead! the. case. The city of LakeButler Mr..Jas. Reynolds and family spent WORK

I !I ,: i retained Colonel Futch, of this the Fourth in Starke. j OF ALL KINDS
: m: Fred Lucas has splendid of ,
; crop
city. The reasons given, I believe, for A large crowd from around here
'I :, m; !!cow,peas ready to cut for hay. He OAKCHERRY FavoriteFertilizers
.the injunction were that the moneyto spent the day at Sampson lake fish
: ,i ti expects to bale the entire -
crop. *
I i be used for the project was collected ing. They caught plenty of fish' for CYPRESS .,
W. K.
Sligh president of :
: the Max
I : Tffle Farm and Development ,for other purposes, and that the the day and reported a nice time. MAHOGANY .,
alteration of the level of the lakewould We have ;
just organized a new plan WHITE ,PINE AND _
t spent Wednesday in MaxvilleJn ;
J: th$ interest of his company's not be conducive to health. The for our Sunday school at the Chri- ALL HARD WOODS ,

':: hearing took place on the 2nd ins t tian church and hope to have betterattendance LAUNCHES ,

;lrolertesI 'The injunction was not given. so we can be able to teach DORIES =">, ; ARE BEST ,
!:. Mass Eddie Love Mores, and Miss .
There are a few, very few, who dc o the young people of this .sectiot \SKIFFS

: Marie States,'who are attending the ngt want to see the improvementmade hat it is better to be in Christ thar BUILTTO FOR :
: iH Normal at Jacksonville spent Satur ri
at all for sundry reasons. Then x> keep rejecting the opportunity. ORDER
; ; day and Sunday in Maxville.
3- are others who object to the improvement some and be with us every Sunday BOILERS ALL CROPSWrite
t Mrs. Richard Bragg and children
e not on the grounds that I i. Miss Alva Dyal and Miss Ethe1 AND TANKS t \ .
i : are spending the week iwth Mrs.Bragg's tor Catalegve.
in Jacksonville. would not be an improvement, ton Byrd spent a very unpleasant Fourth MADE TOYOUR t
f.\- parents
t that other things, such as waterworks Both of them were sick and did not
Mrs W. B. Newbern'returned
I L on and electric lights are more 'mjoy themselves very much. Miss ORDER
< Tuesday from Ocala where she hasbeen
I needed. has been ill for
Jyrd three
.i ; visiting her relatives. nearly Competent Workmen For Road Work
There is always differences peeks and her
l oi many friends wish her
U Mrs. Waldorf of At 411 Times.
Jacksonville, is
opinion wherever anything of importance 1 speedy
I here in the interests of the recovery. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER CO.4
, if .. i 1 dub. She has her canning plant in is to be done. We shoul<" Graham had no picnic except twcinlucky MERRILL.:STEVENS COMPANY :

. not be bad friends'with the one whr boys who had their fun aU
i &. 'ataUed at the residence of W. H. \
, Gray. differs from us. 'It is annoying a* o themselves and we hope they won't JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Worn .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.:

. times to be opposed but it is this opposition lave any more like that here.
l;_ We have an abundance of watermelons WE SELL SEED POTATOES
!I, \!.' that compels men to go abo u' Mr. P. J. Jones, of this place, &nf
E in Maxville If
''I now. r.
'. things carefully. If we all had oui .tiss Marie Satrlin, of Cooter Pond __

, t. ,County Agricultural Expert Wat own way, it is hard to tell just whenwe vets united in the holy bonds of
; son was in Maxville again Tuesday
; would run things. natrimony at the home of the bride's
and made the statement that Maxville
f WorK ia* began < tt te w yps"office. TOwrts test Sunday morning.. Wt II OuIff
L"J the fae t he hag 1 .
corn seen any LOT' SALE.
";. The building will be compost visa the young couple much happi, :
kury where and that he beeves. it is the I
1 of white lime and sand bricks. Mr tess. No doubt yon are, if I IIA Anl-
j- < best in the state. suffer from Residence Lots Near New Su'iool
McDonald is the builder. It will tx you any of the :
. Miss Edith Agner of Madison WEBSTER'SNEW
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a pretty structure when erected. CLAY HILL Building.!
i spent Saturday and Sunday at the hoi which sit women an s subject -
J ,' 1 tel A series of meetings in connectior Mr. C. M. Hudson and wife, of Headache, back -
r as a guest of Miss Eddie LoveMorress.
with the. Gainesville district of th Jacksonville, spent the Fourth with] ache, sideache, nervousness The handsome new school buildingis INTERNATIONALXDICTICNARY

i ">. M. E. church, South, closed on Tuesday )Irs. Hudson's parents., Mr. and Mrs are some weak of tired the feeling, looming up toward completion and ; _

1 / night at Lake Butler. The attendance yam Starling. toms, and you must symp rid we are getting many inquiries.about .
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I. .J; LAWTEY. was not what was expected Quite a number of the young folks? yourself of mem in orderto residence lots on Ninth and Tenth THE MERRIAM WEBSTER P

': One'of the grandest revivals of religion many of the members-> being away "rom around here went to Starke thE feel wcfl. Thousands streets near the.school. Some .of the The Only New Unabridged dictionary .

t ever known in Lawtey is now Delegates arrived from Lake City anc' 7ourth and report a pleasant timeRev. of been women benefited, who by have this parties interested are from Lake But- in maay years. r i

:, t:. in progress at the tent, meetings in Columbia City. Rev. C. W. Whitethe James Strickland went tc remedy, urge you fa ler, Hampton, Theressa and Brook Contains too pith and essence .-

'f K. the school yard by Rev. Henry Sunday school field Marietta lyn. of an authoritative library.
Saturday afternoon
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of Bryceville, who is ably assisted the principal speaker and gave verj his regular appointment there Sun object is to make a choice residence An Encyclopedia in..a E

Rev. Gus Davis, of Macclenny, and interesting talks on methods of Sunday sections of these lots and single bock. :

Keys. Olin Boggess and D. L. Phil school work. Sessions were hel lay.Mr.. R. D. Lang was a pleasant visi- blocks. The Only Dictionary with the F

lips. The preaching has' been going morning, afternoon and night. Rev 'or at Mr. H. B. Hudson's Snuday. Easy term payments: Not less than New Divided-J.'age., .

on only a little over a week and there Gaines, of Lake City, Rev. R. F. Clarkof Mr. Roman Bowen and wife, of one-fourth cash, with balance in six, 4CO.OCO Words 2700 Pages. ..

Has already been nearly a hundred Columbia City and Rev. J. W. Big Jacksonville, were pleasant visitorat twelve, eighteen and twenty-four Illustrations. Cost nearl1'

conversions, and a number of backsliders ham were present. Mr. L. W. Wilkinson's Sunday. months.If I half a million ficilors.

brought back into the fold I The interesting family of Mr. Younger The sason has changed and we a csII TIle ,..'S Toic you want to be sure of the best Let us tell you about this most

" The tent is crowded daily and in the : the editor of the Times, has ar having more rain, which calls for Mrs. Sytvania Woods. selection, apply at once to remarkable single volume.

evening not only' the tent is crowded,: rived. Already they have made many more work. People are busy planting Clifton Mffls Ky., says COMER L PEEK & SON, r 'WriteforlUllPl. pt."eIo fWlpif' ,
many are standing and sitting outside friends. lotatoes. We 6-19-5L Owners. ,
hope the farmers will taking Cardul, ticWarI; etA
L, the tent eager to learn of the Preaching services will be held in succeed in getting this
i a large acreage 1 was,at times,so weak I t same
-- wonderful salvation of the Lord JesusChrist the Methodist church morning and olanted. which they contemplate.Mr. could hardly walk and p.paI fnswe
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i- evening on Sunday. W. M. Iake, of Starke, came the psis to say back and '
Mr*. Brown of High is f ff Ill ldtnf
a Revival services will commence at ip Monday to attend the funeral of head nearly killed me. stetd1I
J peat at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. C POPPELL e4f
: J the Baptist church on the Tuesday after his wife Alter taking three bodies

:-1 :? J. Terry. the second Sunday and continue Death of Mrs. Hettie Lake. of Cardui the pains dis Attorney-at-Law eVf .
; }:" Mr. J. J. McLeod was'transactingbusiness indefinitely. Dr. Claude of Gainesville Our hearts f -- +
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1 {: _. in Jacksonville Monday. I will be the preacher. few lines in memory of oar sister wdlasIeverdkL Every Practice in State ft

',.', )lr. Tom- .Whitehead of Jacksonville The wife of Mr. Charles Rivers has and aunt, whom we loved so well] I suffering woman shouldtryCanhnV and Federal Courts. f .

I i' is spending a few days in Law.I passed awey. She died away frorc: The death angel came and took hi Oetabotue 4 ,---- + ?.2; .

t. '. to' this week. I[home in Tennessee, where she ha! Home Sunday afternoon and her body I today. E-C8 Office in Jones Bldg. f f tIita Cprlogfelrl.

f- "". ',Miss Mabel Colley, ,of Stark, is : gone to, seek for health. For a long r vas laid to rest Mord y"in the Lon -I }4' STARKE, FLORIDA. .f .3tda.

'-? visiting relatives here this week. j r time she was a suffe-er. Tlenc! Branch cemetery. She leaves to :1 1i t.. + jot

:' '. .)!easra. T. J. Terry and clear!ss i was not unexpected, although its scd her loss a husband, four sisters mourn a.three i I ... .0 1. I..4.-f Ftf I I I IIUfi'f
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were visitors to Starke lastSunday. -
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T i husband, who is prostrated with grief I terra Ctt Sias, Char; tistiits:: fjaf tiny I
r j .Dr, G W. Brown *"M" Maw* J '>>., Mrs Rivers was a woman of a \A Pl't'CIccs. one fwn is lias eone. BC worst cases! ,no matter of how long fandnig. ,(For Weakness and Loss of Appetite To Prevent Btoo4 PolsocMJ \
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