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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: July 17, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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STARKE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 17th, 1914. .
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:"( ;1171lEGIJLAR" : MEETING THE REGULARS COAST LINE EN- PROCEEDINGS OF '


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. .iti1 ,r 'OF COMMISSIONERS. AT BLACK POINT GINE BLEW UP THE CITY COUNCIL"

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1a'\Ct:\: i'4<:'" :VALUES-UNCHANGED State of Florida vs M. ,I.. Johnson. i IN EXTENDED ORDER DRILL FOUR OF CREW ARE KILLED f -

i State of Florida vs John Wiggins. I S8ER1D.-\-UDOOY.
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; ;.tt L of 35 Cents Ant State of Florida vs D. P. Chesser.It Complimentary Ball A Big Social Freight Running at Full Speed The sly little god of love Dan Cupid NEW CITY JAIL DISCUSSED
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shown that Event of The has been playing lots of pranks -
being error occurredin When
Explosion
111. "t !* !Acre To Be Collected the assessment of the Bradford Week. Occurred.Lakeland in Ocala during the past few months, Communication From The Board

.. .., Tiis Year. County Bank for 1913. Upon investi- bringing about quite a number of weddings of Trade Favoring Street _
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; I'I Monday, July 6, 1 14.h gation by the board it was ascertainedthat Uncle Sam's.regulars at the Black July 14i-Four membersof I that were complete surprises, to Paving :-
0 the Bradford County Bank had Point camp of instruction for the the Atlantic Coast Line freight [i the friends of the young people, '
;R ?:. tbe'board called to order The City Council
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> was met in
t whom regular
[ Cupid singled out to
Florida
paid taxes on divers petrels of land National Guard yesterday crew were instantly killed near Hol- entangle.
4 l"# C.:jl, Roberts' chairman, with the foIl the value /which was also included morning gave an "extended orderdrill" der this morning when the boiler of [:with his love-tipped arrows. session July 6th, 1914. Present J. W.

It lowfetff members present: W. S. Croft, in the personal assessment of said in the presence of the two regiments the engine blew up, while the train i No one knew, until just a couple of Andrews Jr.. S. A; Bryan, G. C. Livingston .

l. I. &!l; Dowling, W. A.Bessent and A. bank as capital stock, therefore, it is the entire maneuvers of which was running at full speed. The dead hours before the hour set for' the Upon, motion N. D. W: nri;ht. -

f 'B.::Surrency. Minutes of last meet- considered by the board that the same were interesting and enjoyed by the who were, at the time of the accident, :wedding noon, Monday, July thir- as chairman Mrf t Walcright. acted

;. ,1 jhc read;and approved. is a double assessment and that the state troops. riding in the enigne are: I teenth-that Miss Annie Pearl Liddon, Minutes of pro last m. read,
;1, meeting
county refund an taxes so paid (The troops are now engaged in target Engineer G. W. Cason. I one of Ocala's loveliest young girls were .
r \e'l_ resignation of U. D. Miner and ......... and approved. '
.: i |J. I. Black; members of the East It is considered and ordered by the practice on the rifle range whichis Conductor A. J. Yarn. | was to wed, the fortunate groom being Upon motion the time
for
j Starke> ; Drainage Committee, was accepted board of county commissioners as said to be even better than the one Will Frazier, negro fireman. Ber. Earl C. Sheridan, formerly of tax book completion

1 t and Thomas Williams and A. sess all lands subject to be taxed in in Ohio, where for several years the Unknown negro helper. of this city. The secret got out, however first meeting in August was extended to the

1 V'J".Giem .appointed as members o f the East Starke Drainage District at annual shoots have been taking place.At The cause of the accident is not and after it did many of the motion
committee and confirmed by the 35 cents per acre for year 1914. f Rifle Range. known and probably may never be i friends of the bride telephoned their chants'upon assessment cf Mer
; The board The known I good wishes or carried them in Grocery Co" fW 1913,_ was r
adjourned as a board of men were allowed ten shots on account of those who were per reduced '
'\ 1t1L E. Lagergren engineer of the county- commissioners and organizedas each, besides the two for sighting and actual witnesses having been instantly I,I son to the young bride before her de- Motion from carried$3500 to .$1275.
allowing Sits J: N.
: .TSait Starke Drainage District, filed a board of equalization with N. D. targets at 200, 300 and 500 yards lolled. However the boiler of the i part-re. Langford exemption of _
juV report for the month of June. Report Wainright, tax assessor, present. alike 'were struck by more than one engine is being guarded and a Federal :' The ceremony was quietly performed assessment 011913. 1n,200.00' from -
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,! received and filed. Also-report Notice having been given by publication man in each of the platoons and battalions expert inspector of Washington has at twelve o'clock at the bride's Request of Mr.

1) ii; 'J tie 'drainage committee received in the Bradford County Telegraph engaged in the firing during been wired for, and he will determine, I home by Rev. Banyan Stephens, of of DowHng for reduction -

,1. "r. !Jed. as provided by law, Chapter the day. Monday the Second regi if possible, the cause. the Baptist church. Only the family Raciest taxes for 1913 denied.
of
'- I' 5596, Section 23 Acts ment had battalion I of the bride were present to witness Hanpt-i: Jones for a_
two
fte' petition asking for a. publictoad of 1907, con a on the range Only members of the crew survived reduction of 1913
11': :leading from Raiford to Swift&tek tinued in session until July 8th and and yesterday the First Battalion of i to tell the story-Flagman 31ort the ceremony. Miss Liddon was mar The taxes do nied.

)1: t, :church. Upon motion farther after viewing the assessment rolls I the First Regiment completed | ton Thigpeo of Lakeland, and a col ,ried in her traveling suit of brown,I ; ecmsattee on bungs was instructed -. '
get
ridioaYlaid over until next meeting ofte carefully, mating no changes of assessment part of its work left unfinished at ored brakeman who were riding in | which was most becoming to her pretty for a city tif and plans Mtd estimates
i. 'Board. I placed uPon the real and sundown the day before and then thor e the caboose. fair coloring and red hair. jail report' the next

i i. ;4'Boeda.of J. H. Bitch, J. C. Foppell] personal property by the assessor f Second battalion of the First regiment Thigpen's Story of Wreck. I Mr. Sheridan had been viaiting I in regular Scavenger's meeting. ?.

'iJt.i &rTk man C. Fletcher for Notary: year 1914, adjourned as a board of had the range for the rest of Thigpen, in speaking of the wreck, Ocala for several days, and on Sat- committee.report was'referred"tosanitation '
equflization and the day. The rifle i said :nrday presuaded his fiancee to
&__$ approved. reconvened ask aboard range work win today: young Communication
J" I*Petition presented to the board as -' of county commissioners, and be continued by battalions until all | "We had just pulled out of Holder I be married at once and return home Trade from the Board of

'1' r fcjr; thai the board make appropriationktitt proceeded to levy the milage for the six of .the two regiments have had and were under headway good when i with him. For a couple of years Mr. street placing itself on record as favoring -

tp'' assist; .In: Lydia Corves. Upon I year 1914 for the use and benefit of their work, when the troops will be suddenly the train topped and I was [I Sheridan resided here and was an to paving and sewerage referred .

r: aottoo l$ .OO pef month special gran the several county funds, as follows: instructed in other matters. thrown out of the door .on, to the platform [employee of the H. B. Masters Com- and committee ,cn street. paving J:

,eftjfe# three ntontha.Admen General fund .___________ 3 mills. Yesterday was' ration issuing day. of the caboose. The train car-.I pany. pe left her :'+"d went to Stetson Tax sewerage.Collector -

ji 2 preseu ted"asking that the I Road and bridge fund_____3% nihl s. The practice being to issue rations for ried forty-five cars and it took me a I 1:i t-v rsity red later to Columbia ticns for June Kite reported' '. collec-i

;; ,|nim .''of Sam -Johns be placed uponltkiTpanper Fine and forfeiture fund___ tt mOL five days in advance, the second issueon few minutes to run its length bnt I College at Lake City, where he From county for :bridge tepaiJSUI'\!

; ij rott. Upon motion eoritinrad Bond- and building tend1 millCounty' yesterday was to supply the men was soon there and found a sight tr,t studied for the Baptist ministry. He FiaLieeK, ;1 ass ,

t IoU''if J imtfl next meeting. S. T. DowI-1 school fund_ 7 mills. until the close of the encampment on words cannot describe. The engine finished his course last summer and TUft :c -1W4.81', 2.15
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the night of Was ; for nearly a year has had charge of
:, \b".o"w"U1oner., to Saturday, July 18. The completely demolished and rig1tbelow Total .. -
<1'. :' at'next meeting of tht board I CoUnty total _:- 15 mills. federal government is very strict in i the fire box the explosion had the Baptist church at Apalachicola. Treasurer Crews reported------lm..s'; cash on ; .

] .aa. 'approved and. license issued I Further ordered that the county the ration issue and will allow none'but 'torn a hole eight feet deep into the Rev. and Mrs. Sheridan left over hand as follows: ..

.rkt!T.$: Babes and A. H. Crews for: levy 50 per cent of the amount levied for those actually present ando on i earth. At the bottom of this I found the limited Monday afternoon for General fund .1._, ?J21J.15 -

I ems. by. the state for.: occupation and pr the field of duty therefore the checking Yarn, after hard digging. He was Jacksonville and other places for a Interest Road and fund bridge _. -J' met

g' Rate pension dims presented for fessional license for year 1914. of'the companies was about as important I badly mangled, one shoulder having short visit, after which they will go Sinking fend .( 18U.t .

,:,a-to';thJl1i Sarah E. King and; William M. The levy for the several sub-school and painstaking as was the been mashed off and the bone pro- i to Apalachicola to reside. _. __ Water Fork find .......:.....-12M.MM. !!

:k) ..Fwler approved and, ordered firjidd districts for year 1914 as follows: mustering for pay. tuding out besides other wounds and Mrs. Sheridan is the third daughter Tctal cask e* bad ..--....-:... ...-. iS* .n' _4
/ to state pension" board !* 1 -;"- Imflk. Rations were issued yesterday to ;bruises. The men were all dead, band ut.:of Mr. G. T. Liddon. She has been The following bills were ordered.

't 'f: Application.made to the board'by Rt N* S --. JmfflNa. 1aiI 551 men in the First regiment i,in the hope that I might be able to I reared in this city, and as a lovely paid K. S. Xatthe-oa the.general fund _
ef .
i' ,1 jafi_ to erect telephone poles on Ene xa. '_4 S milia.- 347 in the Second regiment and 73 in -e their lives if I could get a doctor young girl, and 'popular with a large'J. W. Andrew, ma do -_.-.coweil->-__, 1..." ,
it' ; S 11I1'". I circle of friends, who wish for her W. DL Wainrickt. do .........:r .. ..
,fpBblie road of said county. Upon Wo. t -,- mfli. Company H, Twenty-ninth United ; I ran back a mile and a half to S. A. Bryan do ,. .: _1...".
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'i-iDi-tilia at seconded the board z Na Na I t_ i miIIa. States infantry. i Holder and woke 'up a doctor, who very great happiness in her married r... c. Lmntstoa. do ........_..._-- Lit >

i ,4dkave i upon'the express condition No.Nan 9 __-.. S S an..1' This count is for the enlisted men rushed to the scene at once, but it was : life and in her new home.-Ocala A.SiM S.Kite.Crrrs.salary titan and-COB.-..,.+i,',.-......,.' M.M TJ4

Jftjit parties erecting polka win place No. 11 -. S Smin.. Only, the officers not being included too ]late to do any good" i Banner. Ed.Bradford BnraMd. do ".]_ S2.00 ',

,i1'.':"'18 fed from.center of the public No.No. -a 11 .. .. s m, &. because no rations are issued to them The accident occurred; at 2:15 this WAT. weeks Covoty recording Telegraph payer piiztinj_i-. 10.00 18J4.
t aIIIQ"" :'11, No. 14 -: Snulta.Smilfe. but Instead a per diem allowance in morning and a wire to Lakeland DRAINAGE MAP. .. W. Wa'U ft' Son prone K, +- M .'
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l f fit'7!. Certificate presented to the board No.No. IJ W ___ _, ____ __-_ Smflli.S 1II1lJa. cash out of which they must supply brought the wrecker to the scene and I H. E. Lagergren engineer of East 3.Xanul L. Warrca.Brace Co.{then tax* rest boot Ire* ...._,stioa.--.' 13.lt L13

: ,idled' by L. C. Fisher, M. D., who No.No.. 17 IS -- I mma. their mesa.m the road was cleared, Sunny Jim the Starke Drainage District, has presented : J.Arthur B. Sam.special Ahrarcs. do officer. .....-._u.t-_ US LS*

r: eerftfies that Henry Fagan. a county No. ItKo. S I millL 1,035 Mm ia Camp. passenger southbound, being only | us with an inkograph copy of Acker Wffijam, do __._., .._,. .'15 .

'1 coqfkt, is not an'able bodied man by .. Z1 29No. Sal lflL The total number of men at the hour late today.Conductor anI I,his map of the district. The map is E.N.&JOB Caoova.. do Yi L.-.i.._,;........ 1M 19 t
; jj! reason of a stroke of paralysis. Upon No. %%. Sal I mi1L" camp is: Yarn lived in Lakeland 'on a large scale and shows the true a A. Fateh. clerk'a feu _.. ,- ... ll-SO .
W. L. Wan. tn chief ___ _
'ii action and seconded $60.90 amount No..U 24 _. Smilh.S 1II11la. First regiment (eleven companies) and was highly respected. He. was position and length of each canal and Miner fireaita ...,r'\..... 2.WWm. LM _

'i.*pill to the county Jby J. 0. Smith berttorned No. 25 1._-- 1 am.. 551 men and 43 officers total 594. thirty years of age and unmarried.His ditch, also the lowlands.: The publk Jay* Caoota.Alderman do do .. ,\; l.MJo LM ,; .

to him. No,1 21 1 m Second regiment (seven companies) remains will be taken to his old roads are laid down and enough of Win Moitt. do i Lot ;

4 i '1Ry A.-Rawlins,Bounty convict:, senteneed Further ordered that-5 mills on the 347 men and 30.officers total 377. home at Fort Meade, tomorrow morning -I residences to allow the readers of the S.V B.rJolm&Shipnian..do do _.-....-..i.-__.._ UO LM ,

,:J for SO days, being unable to dollar be levied for school bonds of Company H, Twenty-ninth infantry, where interment will be made the map to find themselves. The map is car Clia-eey do _.._.._..._.-..-.._ Lee 3 4

tftr, wroth.;.oa motion and second.$1.00 special district No. 3, known as Starke 73 meat and 3 officers; total 76. funeral at the grave being in charge a good example of the cartographic Roy Wm.TnrMr.Wainright.do do"r.......";---- IM IM ,'

nfanded to James Reynolds, he district That 5 mills on the dollar Regular United States army offi- of Lakeland Lodge No. 1291, B. P. 0.E. .I art and was made by Mr. Lagergrenas Ab>> Sy.fi Ua. do .;..__-LAO

,' agrteing[! to keep said convict for his' for school bonds of special sub district cers and instructors, 8. ., of which he was a beloved mem-: a part of his routine work. His Total 4- 217.49,
:;-| ,i board until time expires. No. 22, known Raiford district Making a total ber. familarity with land comers in the Bad aid BrUcc fad; "
exclusive
as ; of the I. W. Andrea ft SOB. bauHni! _4.__ S1./d" ,.', =
/ : Contract for painting the iron fence and 5 mills on the dollar for First regiment band, of 1,055 officers Engineer Cason was also highly reosvected. district made the locations easy for Qui ]u Lumber ft Supply Ca. lumber 1.41 ;_ =
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I. S. :!Mercer street work U-ft$ .
.';l around court house grounds was given :,school bonds of special sub school district and men engaged in the camp instruction He had lived in Lakeland him, white to one not so well versed Osteeit, to -.rl.I t-- (..IS.V p .
1.[ (to Wm. Burns for which board No. 23, known as Lake Butler work this summer. for some years and had many warn the gathering of data would have 1'. Molt. ws work -.J--- 8".10 t e'

t iagrwd to pay .him $18.00 for the district Five mills on the dollar for Folowing the extended order drill friends who are pained at his death. been a slow and expensive work. The Total 12UL {, ; t a

';.;, woqp when completed and accepted by school bonds sub 'school district No. by the United States regulars which His wife and two daughters are at aggregate length of canals and di tchThere being no other business' the- _
tt.. \beard. 25 known held es we find by themap to be 3 I15council adjourned till r.e'ngu r =
,11; as Lawtey. was on the grand parade ground present at Aucifla, in the western part Ti
:rcy|, Nition'presented to the board It was further ordered by the board before the headquarters of Cot :Mal of Florida. miles. meeting.. 1
'signed.by G. W. S. Ware and others the the Tax Assessor N. D. Wainrightof lory, the two regiments of c.,. A. FLITCH, CUrk. : _
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state
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a public road designated in said county of Bradford, calculate troops drilled by companies under the DEATH OF J. REAL .1' .d A
,.paid petition as f 6,lolws: Leaving the and carry out in different columns the command and supervisor of the in- men of war and their pr> senee'was Mr. J. R. Neal died of cancer Sua- STARKFScf TEACh p'.s.

; paklic: road leading from Mikesvffle millage hereby levied for the use and snector-instructors from the United -greatly- enjoyed- \>j the men, who during 'day July 12, at 12:30 A. M. at his Tel the twelve teachsrit; of the ; ,': _.

1 to Worthington Springs at the south benefit of each fund for the year 1914, States army. the week have had little time for'' home three miles northwest of Starke Starke school for the il91i4- term -_
crib (-f kfte between social pleasures. have,been employed. A seroiid assis-t -
Frank Douglass and buried in
against all the real estate and Personal The afternoon closed with was Dyal cemetery on j
**< ,*.,- 'and'_Frank .McLeod. places and runr property owned by individualsand mount and a salute to the guard Complimentary Balk ,Sunday afternoon. The funeral ser tact principal and the isetocji grade -
...1... _....i . flag at 5 teacher remain to be too.
-. .\WH on ana une to and corporations in said county also o'clock, at which time Thursday night however, there vices were held from the house and S2e The' .
r'; -Metiog with public road at G.. inter-I the millaze levied for school bonds of stood at attention and every saluted man Old will be a great social event for the' were ccrd"J:ted by Rev. B.T. Rape, of teachers already employed areas follows -

: ; t iWar home near Worthington Springs the several districts It officers cf the regiments and the reg Stark.. :
above named.It Glory as
was lowered '
from {
the b?
| petition ordered filed and ? ulars. The officers of the First Florida I Prof. A. D. Kean, prm'= paIl: -
.- same ad- is further ordered that a drain- st'-el mast at the commander's headruarters. )!r. Neal was born in :Milton cou = .
;. I called as provided by law. age tax of 35 cents per acre for the. This ceremony was witussi regiment will tender a compli I ty, Georgia, November 25, 1843. He Miss Notre Johnson aktatt' principaL _.
| \ [Petition presented for public road year 1914 upon the lands embracedin by visitors mentary ball to the officers of thSecond e was united in marriage to Miss Mary -"

jc &td by B. D. K Hey and others ask- the East Starke Drainage District impress many them ''as and seamed to Florida regiment, the officers I C. Maxwell in his young manhood. To Miss Else Schneider t i'i-.t&( grade., 1 -
\ if for a public road which i nothing else had of the instruction i Miss Estelle Tison sevent s.: grade.
reads as and described as follows: All of see- done daring the cftf"oon.Many company and the; this union were born four children. .
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fpQows: Commencing at the corner trans'13, 14, 15, 21, 22. 23, 24, 25, 26 Visitor rraeral officers including Cot Mal I Mr. Neal and his family became residents Miss Lilly Crosby, sixth grad
!''U.: F..Kormpa's'feaee,and running and\27 and that part of section 28 not Automobile parties in lory. The ban will be held in the cf Bradford county in 1910. He Miss Susie Darby fifth grad'. -.;

.,1 Mrth along the Dowfing tram road to within the corporate limits of Townof crolars of the Twentv-mnth, which were great storeroom of the cam. and as a is survived by his wife and two sons, Miss Bessie Triblle fourth;; grade.

:: "I lattmcting with the Raiford and Starke. Also sections 33, 34, 35 try. YP w surprised when infan special train will be run early in the :Messrs. C. R. a.1d.Ed NeaLEDWARDSMOORE. :Miss Mae Fripp, third;gr*;!; ., -
fLwUy road near Marion on the evening from Jacksonville Miss Emma Darby, first ;r4
Reddish and 36 of six to the ,
township ,south of bori of the
i range cannon the soldiers
fjaea Miss
Petition ordered filed and ad2 2 south and east lying east of the from the machines where leaped amp there is no doubt but that there Olive Ray_ primary. .n=paL;; 1 '
< wrtM they had -- '
as thslaw directs. Seaboard will be a lary number of Jackson Mr. Will H. Edwards ;
Air Line son of Mrs.
: t i' Big Railway, and all fcn a moment before all life and AN EXPLANATION. \
Praented by Mayor E. E. Ca- of sections 1. 2, 3 <; 5 8 9 ville'women attending ad briehten- M. E. Edwards, of Lawtey, and Miss Editor r
:? x coed #fa behalf of the 10, 11, 12, iollity aid. facing the dad stood Telegraph I noticed b flue ;" 1
Starke base ball of township 7, south of ant the entire evening.-Times-Union, Mamie Lou Moore, daughter of Mr.
/efeV; J3WO, for range 22 southnr.d *ect and saluted as the t\',, ,were last issue of your paper a retort of :
1; arwdbi ball rebuilding fence east. Ivin; east of Seaboard Airline lnwe ed from the tea Afte- *%'! for July 15. and Mrs. J. H. Moore, of Lawtey;were the arrest cf four of the bova for j
park. Said fence be- Raflwav. united in Bsrriaee at the horns of
.;;tR torn(doq in \Y"i dow!t the soldiers resir d t\eTttho.gh CARD OF THANKS. tberroom's gambling. This report shored that' -
opening the Miner It is ordered that N. D. sisVr, Mrs. A.. Z.Ad's' of Chief
Kite '
Wainright and
\ t: Qorfl I'Iea5T'J'f' myself made tV
anal '
How
in East Starke as nothing! B?<' to thank the rood people arrest
tlfct; Drainage Dis- Tax A sessor of said countv of Bradford ...1 M Starke, Thursday afternoon' at 3:30 which is not trn I in-de {
te1'P1'Dted t! t
{ ; .Upon.motion bill refused """ of Hampton, one and all. for the courteous ray-: ,
pay calculate and out in I o'clock h the presence of a few relaself and Chief :
carry The Kite had cotlr
went by the board. sep- ""! m"t.t naMd"' s -- fI-e co operation durin? tfe revivalme"ti"r ? to do s
ill.f.Cart:biHs in criminal -rate -olumns the 35 ceits per ac>' --bo'pI and th' "cpIers Of .'I.ct .r : at tie Baptist ehrwh. I'MfeciUy '.tins and intonate friends. The mar- with it ., : ,
eases refused for the rse"and bereft of the Easttarh .- -t riace wreswy was perfrraxd by Rasv'-.-tf-t.!. <
payment by'the board as follows -ir'nt ae the b81"n! tl appreciate the serrV4 reh-I 'I' !
1 t tate Florida TS Bea Cobb. : Dra?**** District against all 1..*. rynrt mac'- thtwed "OIifs a! or.h e red by Mrs. 0. K. Prince and: MissesP Rev. Eiell, cf Bryceville.The young A. G. DYAT T .",.- ='4, i1G'b <-
lands in said district as shown above. couple left on the 6 o'clock train for ...... .. .
11 >8tat4f of Florida TS Mar*> Hill 1rfy ""rm"l r+nwli1e t\- t r+ .,. -t "rd Po't'. WK>?'" asqstalcvith i }
4S a'tof owned by any individuals or Herde Cavite! N. C, where thy win WALDO WON.Waldo : ;
Florida corpora- + a- and t > music added much i
ts S. R. pTd in renew b- to the sue
h tl( Estep. tiers. r.ta._:. sr'nd their honeymoon, followed ,: July 15.-Waldke. \.,.. -
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Florida Lola ehrn nsrdi-- I'e cess of the neetir.fr.!
vs .
Glover. Bna-d adV rsed to meet first Monizj .. I I the test wishes of their many'fri ds. f .cue hex today n A f dame'
s .tQF1o.: Vllta"-. Bill. V '!' w""" "' .Jad 8 t.-\. rf .
i::Rif* of Florida vs Rollin Thomas. in August I\,..-}.Mwt4 41w f f.lfl of r;*...* ..-- r'w..,..""' n."PS for printing and we Get our prices for printing: sad we '.f bell, score f to ?. Btt I wL& W. and! Jolly StiriSapp :
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; #...c'.111111111111+++*++ ADVERTISING CAMPAIGN. : .+++*11111111111111.4i.. i NOTICK OP GUABDIAITS SALE.
{ + + I Thirty days after date hereof I,will apply
.? I to the Bon. Geo. A. Gardiner county cadge
+ CATTLE BREEDING IN THE <.> THE PLAGUE.' + of Bradford -\ Florida. for an order to 3 Equals 25
i At of representative men -
a meeting I. leD at private ,sale the undivided one-third :
SOUTH.T + + interval. each of Wilber and Carl Andrew,
+ from all over Florida held at Sanford, **+*! 1111111111111 ***** minor heirs of W. T. Andrew, dtnuinl. in A startfin statement kit a true one in this case: : '
I. and to the following land situate fa Brad- .
One teaspoonful medicine and two pounds of Witckift -
the Florida Development' Promotion ori county Florida and described follows w
T+++.11111111111111.+.** a* ain
.. to-wit: your owed feed (cost about 3 cent equal, Bee Dee 5 T ccK e
board was organized. I The plague surrounds Florida and North East Quarter of North East Quarter -- what they do for your:animals and fowfs- :o Po>0Ia TQY.3J. P MEDICINE.dluKn.

:: $ Heretofore almost' the entire beef The executive committee was au- is knocking for ,admission at the 'of Twenty Section East.Four Township. Five. SouthbDre of any readjr-madt stock or poultry tonic [ bur full,e itlllll
: [ids 25 cents). There you are! U you don't lir IICI" M/1raI ,
, J :supply of the United States,was the thorized to prepare a bill creatingthe doors of her port cities. VERGIE Guardian ANDREWS.for Mid minor. it,try it oat I Buy today a can of- Bee Dee Stock Mcdklg *

cattle reared on the prairie ranges of Florida development commission, The warning sounded by the State ; Oucpaay,
STOCK & POULTRY Onttxuoa.Toa.28e.50ceadfl.pean..
i r- :N'. the west from the borders of Mexico and secure an' apropriation at the Board of Health, some two months NOTICE. Bee Dee '

I to the Canadian frontier. As the next session of the Florida legislature ago was not an empty noise. The Notice i* hereby given that the undenlgned ,MEDICINE
pop- .
will fell to the hIebest and best bidder for
,lulatbn has and for the purpose of advertising the danger is a real one and the various cash subject to the confirmation the referee GssgN f+..J MM teak-Ww l rsak..peietits. AI Ydesle! ls, '=
of the
i ; country grown state throughout the country, and inducing municipalities of the state should in bankruptcy, the entire stock of mer- pas
chandi e. notes and account belonging to the
!the demand for has
1" meat proportionately farmers, stock raisers, capitalists add their efforts to those of the Boardto estate of the Hamnton Furniture ft Hard-

t. increased this supply has been and the like 'to come to Florida ward it of L o'clock ware Company P. M.. on at Saturday.Hampton. July Florida 18th.at 1914.two _- zS

., found to be inadequate thus forming and develop the state.It The situation at the present date- Said sale to take place at Hampton. Florida. -
in front of the Hampton Furniture t .Hard-
:;one of the principal factors in the high was pointed out that Florida has July 3-is practically this: Accord- ware Company' store.

more tillable land not now in cultiva- ing to the reports'of the United States D. E. KNIGHT: .
:cost of living. I -10-St. Trustee in Bankruptcy.NOTICE
I tion than any state in the union.That Public Health Service, twentysevencases knew that, r house would
y
you
water 1 ?
On account of the scarcity of jr
Florida is nearer the big market centers of plague, in one, form or an- OF ELECTION."

'and the excessive heat of the south- of the country than any other another, have been 'reported in Cuba By the power vested in them by the school Jj not >burn down you would ;not
laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction
'ern and the blizzards of those -
.-. ranges southern or semi-tropical country, and since March 5, 1914,'with six fatali- of Bradford county hereby orders an
flying farther north it is estimated election held the lat of August A. D. insurance. How do
that this state can use every acre of ties. Twenty-five of these cases have on day carry any you know

;. that at least five per cent. of all the its land tQ supply the northern mar- occurred in Havana and one at each 191at electing the three following trustees place for for the the next purposeof two .

1 ,.' stock bred on these open ranges diet with and late years and to determine the amount of mirage that.it is not?
kets early vegetables,
: of two other points. Telegraphic reports to be 'assessed:
s Wore they attain marketable age. fruits beef cattle, etc. subsequent to the publicationof Johnstown. Inspectors of Election: Henry

I t :, : Besides the cause that we have To, advertise these things persist- the latest bulletin of the Public Varnes, William .Yarns G. SCHELL.and John Secretary.Bryan.F. R. Davis & Co. Insurance

mentioned predatory animals aid in ently, consistently and thoroughly is Health Service note a new focus at July 1()-4 1. / V

thinning out the herds and poisonous the of the board. The work of
object
" Santiago, Cuba, where two cases have NOTICE OF ELECTION.By .
plants add to the mortality. The cattle Starve FloridaBradford
a the board is to get a substantial public -
been ,announced.The the power vested in them by the school
} are subject to various diseases that sentiment behind the movement,! occurrence of the disease at New laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction -
.' favored sections. of Bradford county hereby orders an
: unknown in
are more and push it to a conclusion, so that I Orleans is also of recent date. These election held on the 1st day of August A. D. -
j' = ;The expense of bring stock to marketable the commission be authorizedto I 1914 at the following place for the purposeof
may developments indicate that this dan- .
electing three trustees for the next two
; age is enhanced and the returns be the ) t and determine the amount of millage -- ----
( appointed by governor, .|ger menaces Florida from 3 known years to

'l k !f from the money invested are and that the appropriation may be obtained ':I'points, and with one of these Havana, to Brooker.be assessed Inspectors: of Election: John Mor ";

t correspondingly diminished. for fund sufficiently gan, Dr. Lamb and A. B. Shaw.F. .
a publicity
this state is in daily communication
G. SCHELL Secretary.
In these facts lies the south's I
} opportunity large to give Florida the greatest advertising by regularly established steamship July 10-4t
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County
t and in a higher degree than .
she has had
campaign ever lines, and with the others by occasional -
other states, that of Florida. The and put her in the forefront of American sailing and tramp vessels.It +++++ 11111111 ;! '';'1111.+-F++

! grasses of our ranges are green and states that have land and op is probable that the danger to + Abstract

luxuriant all the year roundthere are offer 'the + CHURCHES. + CompanyA
1 portunity to to capitalistand Florida from the port of Havana is
never such droughts in summer as to + +
hoir.eseeker. small, owing to the splendid health -
I endanger the lives of the cattle nor is service of the island under Dr. Guif- + BAPTIST-Rev. C. M. Brit- # complete record Bradford County lands "

:! ; there ever'such a degree of cold as to BIRD LAW OF THE STATE. eras. The menace from New Orleansby + ton. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + Land Titles Real Estate. Investment <

make them even uncomfortable;water the marine route is likely to be + M. Morning service, 11:00; + r- _

,ia a thousand lakes and water courses i For the benefit of those who may minimized under the direction of Surgeon + evening service, 7:00. Visitors + -

1 'is always abundant; there are no animals not be entirely conversant with the General Rupert Blue of the U. + cordially invited to worship +

t that prey upon the cattle and disease bird laws of the state, we are this + with +
V -rf?
l S. Public Health Service who is in us.EPISCOPALRev.
,
f .. ,
. week list of the birds '
is at a minimum and ,may with publishing a un- + t + :- -
charge of the situation there and who
,
t f prudent care be entirely obliterated. lawful to be killed at any time in the will direct the fumigation of all vessels + E. A. +

i The cost of taking care of cattle is state of Florida, reproduced from the + Sherrod, rector. Services first + '
bound from that A
port. greater : lsthe'foundation'principle
I' i ;.. ) far less in Florida than in the west, Florida Grower. danger_ to other from New Orleans + Sunday in every month. .+ ,Your:Convenience; .
ports 'h
: ( :* aid of feeding them for market: in Sparrow hawk cuckoo or rain bird, + + ) -; ;of the, ;
lie in the fact that infected !
1 < fact, they need no special feeding inmost whippoorwill, bull bat egret or plume may + CHRISTIAN Rev. Ernest + I I A .j=* T3 /* ,--< "tan- **,
vessels have sailed from the
.
: i seasons, as they are nearly al- I bird, little white egret or snowy heron Louisiana may city before the plague sit- + House, pastor. Services on + .. I 'i'- ," .. ', I er
'
i ;; : ways in condition on the ranges. ground or mourning dove, garteror + morning and evening of each + "
uation there was announced.New .
i l' t. Cattle yield a bigger return upon snake bird, Florida cormorant, the + second and fcurth Sunday of + l" a'R
Orleans and world are tobe
: the capital invested in them in Florida frigate bird, ant bird joe ree, swallowtail + the month. + H : Y .I ie
that ,
M.8 > congratulated Surgeon-Gen- :, .
: than anywhere else in ,America. fly catchers nonpareil or offical + + _-- ,' ; '. ; '5.Y -,
1 eral Blue occupies an position
! Many large fortunes have been made painted finch cardinal, grossbeak, ce- + PRESBYTERIAN regu- = <

,1 : r from our scrub cattle on the ranges of dar bird, red bellied woodpecker, red through which his "services are avail- + lar pastor. Sunday school at + sV ? .". w s
able in the present situation. His
the southern counties. Only a week headed wood pecker, great wood pecker + 10:00 A. M. + \ :
personal direction of the plague eradication TOT the manufacturer's conven-, :
; or two ago W3 read of one man selling or ivory bill, swallow martin, rob- I + '+
in San Francisco some l iencebutthebuyer'sconvenience :
;
years
;
his stock running in a single in, white crane or pond bird, sand hill + ?tUqIOmST Rev., B. T. + ,

;j 3 county for $85,000 in cash, leaving crane, bald eagle, fish eagle, scrub jay ago of ,the established foremost his authorities reputation in as one the + Rape, pastor. Sunday school + not convenience but YOURS. i .'"
=
!, > him many thousand head elsewhere. sap sucker, mocking bird, red ibis or + at 9:45 A. M., Morning serf' I r
world in treating and banishing this Take for example one feature-the Interchangeable t
,pi j $' (These great fortunes have been re- flamingo, water turkey, blue bird, pel- + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + On the \' .-0
dread[ disease. Carriages and Platens. ;
k I |1 alized-from the native Spanish stock ican, buzzard, carrion crow, Spanish + service, 7:30 o'clock. Visitors of i "
The plague of which the bubonic average typewriter there is no changing platens
[j ; ', i I of which it takes about four to make gnat, gause hawk sand martin, wren, + cordially invited to attend. + .- Y.
: is almost Job
[ f form is but one phase of developments and the changing of the carriage a { .
f"" ![ the weight of a single western steer., calico bird yellow hammer grass probably the greatest .epidemic + + for mechanic. On the Smith Premier Typewriter -
,1'I ( If a plentiful infusion cf the blood of sparrow, pipe warbler bee martin, red ++++. 11 i 11 It 1111111 ++-P++ a changing'' Y
and simple ;
{ scourge in the history of the world. either is as quick as
stock introduced the warbler, thrush, paroquet.
improved was I t has claimed more victims in Europe, your hat. This means that the operator can get 3
t: i profit derived would be proportionately "Any person violating this law in a second to any = r,
I j China and Turkey than all wars that Best Diarrhoea Remedy. out a rush telegram or change
, I Times. shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and
greater.Tampa what she has
have ravaged the Continent. Its other work without disturbing _
r. shall be liable to fine of five dollars \\Sf
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If have ever used Chamber-
-- mortality has been as high as ninetyper ] you already done. I.A
I i FLORIDA MEDICOS'UDE DIS for each offense. lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea "
cent. It is communicated by the
COVERY. know is Then there is the ti/t platen, for ease m
that it
Remedy you a success. I
bite of the flea that infects the hid
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and stroke
SHEEP AND GOAT RAISINGIN Sam. F. Gum, Whatley, Ala.,, writes: making corrections, the tnestnk, one w
of the rat, and it gets the infection
A great medical discovery has just i ibeen' FLORIDA PROFITABLE from the diseased rodent. The rat "I had' measles and got caught out I only, in printing every character, and a dozen I

t made in Manatee county which. In these days of development, we in the rain, and it settled my stem other special Smith Premier features. All of
and the ships that the marine
I will undoubtedly bring world wide are not surprised to note the discovery carry ach and bowels. I had an awful time, : these mean the convenience of your operator-in ill
of W. J. Clarke, editor of the Shepherd's commerce of the world are insepar- other words more efficient service for YOU.
i fame to two of Palmetto's popular and had it not been for Chamberlain'sColic
able, and the infected rat desertingthe
I physicians Drt M. .M. 'Harrison and Journal of Chicago that Florida ship at any port may introducethe Cholera and Diarrhoea RemedyI We have an illustrated booklet on the ih7

Dr. F. Strong. They have discov:red offers unlimited opportunities for disease. Infected rats be could not have possibly lived but a Smith Premier special features which we -

and isolated a,new germ which is the raising of sheep and goats. present in a given locality for may several few hours longer, but thanks to this I shall be glad to send on your request.

disease Mr. Clarke, in relating his impressions remedy I how well and "
t a blood worm and produces a months before the disease is com- ; am strong.
Premier
1 they have named Filariasis. They on a recent visit to this state, municated to human beings. In its For sale by aH dealers. Smith

; have sent the data relative to their says: "After going over many thou- development in the human host its

discovery to the Journal of Medical sands of acres of land in Florida, I is ***** r r m 11111 M i rnfMSEABOARD Department '

wonder why stockmen of the 'north progress unusually rapid reachingits + + ;
Science of which have been
a copy we final determination within few
favored with. have not learned the truth about this a + TIME TABLE + Remington Typewriter :
days generally in less than a week.
state of remarkable possibilities and Company
There hundreds of whichare I
cases '
: are In view of the present situation, the tA-
being treated for typhoid hook- the south generally as a sheep and + The following schedule is + I, (r-.onted)
State Board of Health the
, malaria nephritis and other' goat raising country. I have no hes- urges upon t now in effect: I
worm, ,
attention of the authorities of 226 W. Bay St.. ,
less distinct infections which are itancy in saying that Florida is a every + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tam- ,
I Florida city an immediate and thor-
really infectious by the 'blood splendid country for certain branches ough rodent + pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. + Jacksonville, Florida 1 "

worm acting alone or in company with of the, sheep and goat raising 'busi the seaports on survey the ,Gulf particularly and Atlan-at + N:). 1, Jacksonville to Tam- .

other pathogenic agencies said Dr. ness, and possibly any and all branches. + pa, doe at Starke 11:14 P. M. f

"arid if ." tic sides of the state. By this is meant + No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce- f ." -' .' ,., -_,.' '--: tile
Strong; our discovery, confirmed that every effort shall be made to
by the medical profession, will After careful investigation Mr. trap rats especially along the water- + dar Key, due at Starke 4:45 .

result in savings thousands of lives Clarke calculates that with the nec- + P. M. + >_
fronts. animal indi-
r in trophical climates." essary capital and the desire to make Every showing + No.4, Tampa to Jackson- +
cations of disease should be examined
I They have discovered the specific from 6 to 15 per cent on his operations + vine, due at Starke 3:49 P. M. + i
for evidence of this
which will destroy the blood worm and from 50 to 100 percent in bacteriologically + No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- +

I and cure the disease, and have, had due course of time_on his original investment infection. For such examinations the + vile, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. + I When You WantA
laboratories of the State Board
success in every case discovered. Both by the sale of his land he at + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- + ,

a Dr. Strong and Dr.,Harrison became could engage in the sheep and goat Jacksonville, Pensacola and Tampa, + sonville, due at Starke 9:21 +

infected themselves during their investigations industry in Florida at a greater ad- are available. A.M. +
The importance of the prompt and + Horse A Mule
+
e Dr. Strong having hada vantage than anywhere else in the Y
close call before but fortunately world. Mr. Clarke concludes with thorough action in cooperation with + Starke and Wannee Branch +
f a discovery, -
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the.State Board
be
can not too earn- i
1+ +
some data showing the most practical
,; he is still alive and his acv i J
plan of sheep and goat culture here. estly emphasized. i ii + No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 *
; tive brain spared to work out other
problems. His remarks contain much food for + A.M. + A Buggy A'WagonL

'Dr. Strong is a noted author whose thought, and coming as they do froma Whenever You Need a General Tonic + No. 104 arrives at Starke +

man of such experience they will Take Grove'sThe + 2:45P.M. + L
books are to be found in most med- Old Standard Grove's Tasteless '

ical libraries and also an inventor of doubtless prove of incalculable bene- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a + + .

note. Recently he invented a methodof fit as a means of awakening the worldto General Tonic because it contains the + Limited Trains + Set of Harness

converting saw into another opportunity which the peninsula well known tonic properties QUININE + + j '

grass paper offers those who desire 'to en- and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives + No. 9, Jacksonville to Tam- + V .
which he to in
expects see practical out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
gage in a profitable business. + pa due at Starke 12:51 P. M. +
operation shortly. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. Come to See
Ii Dr.* Mack Harrison is a Manatee Floridians should ,feel grateful to + No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville + Ust

such + due at Starke 6:10 P. M. +
men as Mr. Clarke. They tell to ,
county boy and his rise to fame will IN THE STATE OF KANSAS. j {
.. give pleasure to his great number of the world their unprejudiced impressions + T. J. Griffin, AgentSevere + We buy in car lots and give our' customers -

friends.-Sarasota Sun. of our possibilities, and it is 87 counties without any insane. the benefit of the lowest prices.
that kind of advertising that helps ..... 11111 tt 1111111 ..fi.. ;
54 counties without any feeble-
Cured of Indigestion.Mrs. most.-Florida Metropolis. minded.

Sadie P. Clawsonf Indiana, Pa., 96 counties without any inebriates. Attack of Colic Cured.E. .

was bothered with indigestion. "My +++++ III++II11II1II ++4e-++ 38 counties without any poor- E. Cross, who travels in Virginiaand J. W. ANDREWS$ & SON :

stomach pained'me night and day, + + houses. other Southern States, was taken 1 ,

she writes. "I would feel bloated and + J. C. POPPELL 53 counties without any prisonersin sudenly and severely ill with colic. At

have headache and belching after eat- i. + Attorney-at-Law c''II jaiL the first store he came to the mer-

ing. I also suffered from constipa- 4' ---- f 65 counties without a representative chant recommended Chamberlain's ft

.tion. My daughter also used Chamber- + Practice in State iq the state penitentiary.With Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Starke Florida

lain's Tablets and they did her so and Federal Courts. the above staring us in the Two doses of it cured him. No one .;

much good that she gave me a few + should leave home with-
---- face, how can any man (or woman) on a journey B BfBK Bij
doses of thorn and insisted upon my *. Office in Jones Bldg. \ + vote for the retention of the liquor out a bottle of this preparation. For B ** *** *** ** **.* *!

trying them. They helped me as M STARKE, FLORIDA. + traffic. Think of it-65 counties sale by all dealers.

nothing else has done." For sale. by V without a representave in the penitentiary. The Telegraph, [$1.50 Per Y< .

,all 'dealer. *.*-**.* II II+ll+I I | }+..+.. .-Farm and Fireside. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year.

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Ii office a few days ago by Mr..Tho- '

'f LIVE STATE Atkinson, recently of Kentucky, Is

however, is now numbered with m
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progressive planters of Santa /*u
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county. Mr. Atkinson purchas-
t what is known as the Jernigan Health Drinks I
Things That Are Happening All Over from Mr. J. N. C. Newton last

, 4 I: As Told By Our Exchanges I II and is applying modem meth .

'. to his farming operations on it .
I I prize melon which he is shipping ,4t.

-;John may, charged with the maraca I on to ,sixty pounds. The to Kentucky a sample of what .

of DeSoto Tiger, wu tried in | brought it gave it one last be done in Santa Rosa county, )I for the Hot Weather

Wed'halos Beach last week {nd Te:. fore 'he left, remarking: eleven. pounds and was. one .

gafteJ in mistrial, three jurymen be- is sure as big as a ship. ,finest specimens that we have fWhat

jn*'for' conviction and nine for acqUittiL Rubewe Allyn down at seen. While eleven pounds is

Askley acknowledged killing only grow melons up this a small water melon, it is a de-I is more refreshing! and health-building during the

but claims it was.in self- br-a-quarter' size. Rube, ) large musk melon, as you will long hot n ,
.dliMlf. was worth in real if you will weigh a few of them. I summer than good, pure bottled beer? 'Our H ,

sweetness about $6.25. Gazette. brands have world-wide : r
focome Uz collections in Florida, a reputation for
beat bur melon Purity Quality "
growers,
Bp jo July 1 amounted to $235,000, ex don't half try. Mr. Jos. Duncan, who resides near:I and Flavor. : = 4&tJ

ceer.tiDc'the treasury department's es- used a little fertilizer in Pickett, about four miles east of: ,
tim e for this state by .$10,000, and patch tone and the had an experience with a I I
year
aging the total for both Alabama fast cat a few nights ago that he did i Bottled '
so j jout. that they wore Beer
and:.Mississippi by $6,000. Florida is .-Clearwater Sun. enjoy and wouldn't repeat for a I Worth While

ate sot the few states which came up sum of money. Mr. Dun a

to oe estimate. The total collection One of the largest raises a large number of pigeons I Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart :m

'is'stoat equally divided between in- sold here was brought to he takes great pride. A few : Bottled Beer Veribest Beer m
'diwitu1l and Mr. Stein who is ago he heard commotion Pilsener Style
corporations.P y a in Bottled specially for Florida. If
) earce sawgrass lands. pigeon house and upon invest : Known and sold the world :
Has Brewed
over. been well from choice
and
4&c malts,1
the favcrably and
to general equipmentfor known
small patch of pumpkins, thought he saw a house cat in- i Absolutely the best bottled beer .hops. A
tpe better handling of increasing has !had an enormous yield He entered and closed the door i that can be produced Ask for its high, quality for over 30' order great favorite. One
treII t traffic, five hundred freight him body. any. years. Must be will make you a steady
some lage specimens, to prevent the cat's e good. Try it customer.
can :'ordered by the Flagler system town, which was purchased intending to avenge inju .| ,
are ww being received. The order has Bryan. It was over six had been done to his pigeons any Ii'll!I 1 Don, small._____________$1.50 Per case, 1 dent small, ----$ 1.00 1 Dozen --- ____u____ S 1.00 & ";
for some time. The 5 Dap. small Per 5 Dozen _____ __, ._ -
,fceei placed cars cumference and weighed 55 of'a house cat the intruder; -----------$ 6.00 case, 5 doz. small, $4.25 $LOO
hart been coming here, several at atime ,, 10 Dor, small .$ 10 Dozen (1 Cask)______ $ 1.00 '
12.00
to be i --.w Per ,
Mr. cask
Stein says he has more a wild.cat that didn't ap- 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50 j.
the entire five hundred 5 cask Lots, cask ____ .
put will attained an even greater being locked in with a perfect per $ 7.51 ..j

,soon bt accounted for. This will greatly been very successful in the ((The cat jumped at Mr. I I EVERY DEALER .
foenue the capacity of the systemfor ventures the past season and throat and with nothing but CAN MAKE }

the rapid handling of freight of the crop raised-celery, hands with which to defend him ,,

etc., amounted he had a lively tussle for several
Guthrie five-foot $2,240.
'Joliap ran over a "
rsUleaUks Monday of last week with Times. No one came to helD turn BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER ? a

his motorcycle, as he was coming loose and there was nothing' : w

from Port Orange. The snake was Honey is now the greatest but fight it out with nature's I .1;"
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i ,Ct1iled it the side of the road and asota is marketing. While The cat scratched and bit Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks .:.i

I vsen Mr.. Guthrie saw the reptile was are harvested, busy bee Duncan on the legs, arms and ,Do not delay, stock these brands and made. Buy what you can sell at a profit.

;, fofaf tQ strike he put his feet upon there with customary places. Finally he managed the end of the you will have the most popular stand in town andat <
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ts1 front of the machine and the Biorseth, the honey king of the cat on the ground between season made a profit that will mean'money in the bank.: ;'c'

critterl got caught in the front o f has already gathered five knees where he choked it into :;

[, the moturercle, its head being almost Ion of sweetness from his then beating the little; Summer Drinks That Sell
Off off cad also the tail. -Daytona.HaBfax extending from Corey's dock out against the side of the house. .

r ;. Journal boat Key to ,emon Bay. of Mr. Duncan's wounds NEAR-IT RED HEART -
BREW
I _' apiary fifty miles in extent serious enough to necessitate The best light brew made. Less CIDER. '' "

\ JCn. W. CL Ferriday has a peach I Biorseth uses both a house of a physician.-Orlando than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled intoxicating. Less than 2 j tAll : ',.'"
ttM i fa her yard at Cedar Key that is an automobile in gathering special for prohibition territory. per cent alcohol Refreshing and '' the best kinds ,in stock for ", :,

Ul ?sate' old, measures forty-two in- vests. As yet the bees As near real beer as possible.healthful 'immediate 'shipment. ;'

in eireninference, four feet from the orange, mangrove sea I specimen of the 10-Doz Cask 1-
i fround,',is twenty-five feet high sapota' tree ------------ $8.50 10-Doz Cask --________.__. $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs,
cabbage palmetto, and it a tropical fruit per gallon ._ 60c. -
jnr d 11 JOO-pound man sat on the limbs especially good year as the little known even in Florida, ex! All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When "
Ordering State .
?eat from the ground and by the fruit that Whether You Want Us to ; '
warm, dry weather. Mr. occasionally Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per -j
peaches this season. Mrs 250 colonies at work now, its way to the local markets Dozen for Empty Bottles .
F.
Ftrrinan told $21 worth of fruit pacts to have 300 by fall Cuba, and is generally liked by 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. \

't i this tree last year, and had two San fortunate- enough to procure ,

i on tit tree this year after sal is growing in the grounds of the i CHAS. BLUM COMPANY :
3' ; $80 worth. It is a native peach State Agent C. W. of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. T yrenow I .,

in* of flavor.--Way Side Note the Farmers Co-operative Hendry street ,The tree is \ i iI

j= Times-Union.. __' tion Work has this to say for the first, although it was Established Over 25 Year and Absolutely Reliable ,
silos: "There is in the Tyre yard twenty-three i

'\t.! Belles' land near Lake Okee- est being manifested in the ago, having been given to Mrs: Jacksonville, = : Florida- I

"1 are 'now being ditched. The garding silo construction when it was five years old by ; ..

"R. :?Bolles," which went up crops. Ibis office has all Wil'I late Major James Evans. Only '1,

I weeks tgo. is working east on ized this as a,very Mr. Tyre went out to cut j jI I f Jo1
i fine dividing townships 44 and 45. the demonstration workers. tree down, having lost all pa- +++++ 11111111111111*+*++

his finifhtd its work one mile east and it is quite possible this .) with it after waiting so long for + Oar Watch and Clock I .
y, the rorth'.renal When this pointed be able to assist materiall but he discovered to his great + PECANS IN FLORIDA. + Repairing> 1

l| tie east line of range .6, work by having an expert that the tree was beginning + # Will more than please i
+++++ you. Estimates given
assistance 11111111111III++++ v +
liB retrace its track and cut west 'and suggestions bloom, which start out from the + cheerfully. Prompt ser
....i north t canal, across the south building, and the object of of the tree and not from th: ends We,clip the following article from vice.

I-to the(west line of range 35, is to awaken an interest in branches as is generally the the July number of the Medical Coun We Charges Par Parcel Oae War Foci ,,:

12 miles in all. This canal and to got the county with trees. In consequence of cil: / JEBl10vELTJ.Es DS /' f/

,, r cut jg s feet wide and about into this office at as early < find the tree has been spared, and Editor Medical Council: .
I feet deep Fort possivble the names of the valued R. J. RILES
Lauderdale. HerC. greatly and is attract Having practiced medicine for 26 l
} every county who I. much notice it being one of two years, I realize how well nigh impossible JacfcwavlUe, Fla.
ing silos in the immediate- ''' In the city, the other having just it is for the IS.
average physicianto
Perry,'of Pedro, one of the later on." -- --
: 'I'I discovered in the old yard of lay by in cash sufficient --i
and best known money
prosperous citi Evans, now a part of the he to one locality are unsuitable to J!I t
e oft t>at Action, was struck: I by The Sea Food Company, hotel Royal whereby may retire at a reasonable an- I I with. the lapse of years your income ?
I ruing, or Mverely: shocked, laterdar Miss., shrimp packers who I grounds. The specimen age and live on the fruits of his labor. other. ''lLcrease. :
several large Tyre grounds is more than 40 This being the case how then .In'>:lorida and {'' Now, this is not
afternoon while standingyard plants in the (I maya States with a similar 1|j alone a theory, fort:;
establish high and measures two feat four physician invest the few I 'many have done this
at bin home. Mr. Perry, a buying station in hundredper soil and climate, the pecan, the peach very thing and;
J s diameter
weighs 259( pounds, fell,to the company has kased the five feet from the year surplus in such a way'thatit and the citrus fruits are the trees I(tare I now reaping their reward. .
The >
1 L S. Chadwick bloom of the mammee may accumulate values besides the I am not in the real -Jg
u though dead, and was bruiSe next to is that grow into money fast. I|I estate business,
.R 'te severely from the fall. ,H Brothers Co.'s warehouse one of the most peculiar and amount invested? Most, if not all, For this locality I would advise the but vill be pleased to answer any inquires '-
of all ,
| vneonjcious for three hours and street dock, 'for this purpose I the unique tropical physicians carry life insurance, but pecan as it will require the least care ,I -in regard to this subject.

thought he would surely begin preparations at once growing in these parts and although their families are provided and will be doing business when we|I I E., T. CAMPBELL, M. D. : .
liJoday all the shrimp arc many kinds.--Fort Myers for in event of their death, they them- .I Starke Florida. '. '
1 .. however, he is as well as they can get. and our families are dead and gone.)' ,I ,
1.L apparently, excepting the bsustained tcntion: of the company is selves have only the consolation oi As you may know the pecan tree lives I --- !,

: by his fall Mr. Perry to be to operate in this this fact to recompense them.for their for hundreds of years. : ..
near a tree or other object short time, until the DeLand dispatch says: To be investment, and, in the event of some We will suppose that you set ilIIIlinjiJljj! i'ft\Cr.I1'\iln".umlt.\ !! 1 !. s

jm -- in ,the open. The grass all, tablished, when they, sn I which to the she ground tried to by a ferocious misfortune that fails to kill, they and 40 acres to pecans, 50 feet apart your or*I )Here f is the An5ferfin'! I Ctzr

( "'t wherVhe stood was scorched struct a plant for the : drive out of their families may, through failure to 17 to the acre; this would give -you I
|b,? groat heat--Ocala Star. shrimp on the location to be I' yard' and be rescued just in time pay premiums, be robbed of this sat- 689 pecan trees. They begin to bear! I WEBSTEI&: 1iNw I i
? vent the
animal
from
as a purchasing station. carrying isfaction. at 4 to 6 years. 1 iNTERNATIOMXl
J 'L. Williams, postmaster and IV> Smith of this city, will be intention to kill her, is the ea- Investments in city or village real Dr. Scott, of this place has a I I L
pecan I
l tent at,EUiey, has a patent ing aC'. nt and will otherwise of Mrs. J. E. Bigelow wife of estate, on account of various reasons, grove and from one tree 13 old n TIE IIEIIIAII WEImI i +JIv

[b ra tion that doubles the pz fl- ter the company's interests merchant of this city. may depreciate in value, and r pre he got last fall over 200 pounds years, which s 3 borne Every,on day the in street your car.talk in and tile reading oflke.chop at I .,-. '"
rfor automobiles and welcome being informed by children that sent less than the and school --
gaso'The them to our city amount invested. he sold for _0 cents per pound. His'I 5 yon likely qlltStion'thellClIll- ; .
pulling is their was' roaming about in her Stocks and bonds 1 jpc of some star word. A friend u&: .
in
I Jb gear at- efforts win be croWDo addition to the 'I other trees bow also. but this tree = \\1Iatmakesmonarhardenr'?" You -_! I
the
,;front as well as to the success.-Fernandina .,Mrs. Bigelow- attempted to fact that they may decline as likely was the oldest and largest. -- U I tbelocationoflodiJhfrijuortheprononnation otjijitttm. What U .aii. enoff- t-
: Mr. Williams has rigFoid it out. instead 01 leaving the as advance in value bring a small These are the paper-shell g Tha New Creation answers all kinds of
3 :es ,' with his invention Tallahassee, July .-In however the bull lurched at rate of interest. Moray loaned is f re- whose shell is so thin you can pecan crush,if =s= Cnestionsinlsotaate.HiAtory.BiaRrsDh ion.Fort'lgn Words. Trades Arts and! _

an drive it up hills and over ence yesterday between H. Bigelow with its long horns, ard ouently lost, even when placed with them in Date hand.In 1 I s Sciences.*itf tool aaauritg.A >s.
'i \land7 roads superintendent of the knocked] to the the aoo,000Words. 3i ,
where ; grouse! with greatest care. addition I 000
to the Wustra .
'
\ heel Line pecans, you could o. g <
1 ,ears with Railway and the force. Hr for All C
rear'w scream help wealth proceeds from Mother set in between each two tt400.000. : o f _
trees
; l, oC UH., The missioners it was her husband 'who a peach g 2700 Patna. i a
proof of the was Earth, and those who '
: tre- own land in a tree this would "' H
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give
_in tty t hat,Baldwin Fla. I you about 600 I g The only dictionary with
i
is
to nav to shave himself.
Dulling.-Way Side "aeMng reductive district may rest assured peach trees. You could also set inte H the IMP dktdeddyao.-that- g
S mavnion.' modern and commodious scene Mr. Bigt'low oui.'kiq pn>- that if tl.-v pay the,present market center of four pecan trees an g= Genii" u Stroke of '- :.: .
depot Mr. Purvis submitted .a scantling in the yard and ic- price of tilled land it will rarely decline anpe or grape fruit tree. The or-I I E iidit paper Ytiac "!'

!!ek''vr1/le.Mr.' / J. M.' ,anto the commission, which in beating off the bull, which ,end willl nearly always represent would fruit the second year and the g s On India thin paper.cpnque SS tnt a stmnt cL6- t :.
(Begin* for ii proved by them with in the faction A I l, ',- .
w WeU near his some act of charging his wife what they have invested. oranpo and grapefruit the third I g toown Uietlerriam '. ;;
S
I Webster
or
1 Hfflsboro street, the tions giving more space to Although badly bruised, Mrs We will doctor and a form to light S.
' suppose a bvys 40 Fourth year, and would fruit for g so ronveniert to nsel ,
kwhat is known waiting loom, which win was not many I g One half the tllk'kllf'08 and ,
dangerously injur acres of land in 'Florida.
JIi. as a Georgia or years,before the pecan trees became g veigiit of fiecular Edition. 1 .
:
a fe't
: i fcf Hook instructtttkte square of floor space. it is expected that she will re- Texas, or any other locality that a n- large enough to interfere I fcpila FiBfitm: _
[, It and depot will have lane Her is On stroq book Jl8 e1'.Tn. '
after dig- escape consd: red Deals to him. He cannot leave So
much 1
t. a practice for the plan; now for the I f fexpense. ts lbs SilelaUJh i
along the 1
I 11
tSy tracks
of the 'l'
came to waterin4 to the fact that her husband that is netting him. sy $10,00per Lard here can be bough inches ,, '
- i and c ". .aoches in depth) line and also along the' to be at home at the time. day to go on to this land to raisecorn for from $20 to $100 or more per acrand I is nisertwss wadptw.Nsf.lappS.. r 'i'i'''!, 1t4
to61., Jacksonville-Tamna swnw
-it. line ear
This and
natural the or cotton or berries or any an-, in tracts to suit the purse. Cr I J IIa... ,,
Jacksonville! u.
7J in diameterconquina River and Nervousness Currd n"at It also be j
: thus crop. may a questionwhether be fenced for about 65 cents re* eT I .r.u.,.....
affording
F a rock transf--S here passengers, '! Tablets are f>-.titJ.f ho can hire a man to make Pecans would cost about $1.00 { ..... "I \

w "',". te._katsa.'Mr.. and :Mrsrratulated ing roi"y i weather.ample t>e praise T ran sire them" such a crop successfully.: He could, tree; peaches about 25 cents, a-d I_ C.a C, r f '
r'' Wide Ms. --.nJI
." on Richard OH. Soe"W I, of course build a }louse on it., and rent i anges and grapefruit about $VI). i ;
l or gravel walks |I CO .
f will be They bar I.
uPPlf of urethe cured me rf he. L- :t to some one, but it would. at'theerd This world make ,
... ; tll the tracks and your trees cost yo'l 1 I fcrheAatat1 ;.
and -
fortune surrourding nervins"''* and! ,
"> re s -d m" of ten years, be of the same value about $25 per acre. 1 L: ;
Retiring \
,.t .-erci.New' : ) Sr rna cilites will rooms be provid-d and other in normal. health." For sale by all --"' for the rise in the price of thelard. Once a year vou could come dn I\IUI"IIIIHIIIIIII :', -- 1 i ii it J'.;,,

for a couple of weeks ard '.ri li'f, !
'nth the deoot snn ,1'
It Piles
-, ighted.TilJell will be I ,raw come to tlid a I wish! tov tend any work and easily seen- .t Jfoar Cored lr:: 6 to 14 ?- d'1lni.till "
.K.F, McDavidthe -Union Of''d Sins, Otter Beetflu last Cut >irir, !':"elv. set the lard in suit good, honest man at small cost t" h.- 'OINTMENT fail to refund care any none rate PI H ti.+'jung.AZO "

Yeah, n tt+'t A musk me'on'that will cases no miner o! how long randiug, "H" trees, whose value will increa!r 'ifter the property for you., Whe-t'aD"f ;S"rdBieedinggt'ts e&.' ,,.,!-tU\l-D r.ns sadingFir I.se..wi Mf, 'idsnd ,
trcigheae close some cf the best was Antiseptic by the wonderful Heaiinc,Oil.old rciiaoiDr.1: rrJWt. --= b n,, ....!' > i"rft lb'J"in2'! your o***'**** ,,,*" !" Wo:.

lie:;*lOt theme urnSi..l lk,$1.C a. Localities: differ and trees suitable I re .?'r and your income begin, ak Read the -
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.: THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. FRIDAY' JULY 17th, 19H
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PAY* The happiest man in the land today W. 'C tf U. DIST., CONVENTION
r ADVERTISING
: Bradford County Telegrap The DOES other day,a local merchant el< is,the successful farmer. He sits, under -I The 12th District Convention of the Carter Lowers WHOLESALE STQRI

/ __ __ _-l-1__ vated his chin,'squared his shoulder, his owl vine and fig tree, ondisturbed I I Woman's Christian Temperance Un ,
4ht ; ; assumed belligerent attitude/ and by the maddening noise of.the< ion will be held in High Springs on I have opened wholesale feed:a'
Phone a
4 Distant r
a1 4. fr fi, Local and Long; 40 I defiantly :told us that "advertisin great city. Banks fail, railroads go the 21st. and 22nd. inst. ..The .session grocery store south of my retail i sta

x d Number\ doesn't pay." into ,the hands of receivers,'booming will open Tuesday night with a Costof( Living near the- depolt, and'will carry,at j,
I -
He is still alive, but let us consider towns collapse, business stagnates medal contest, which has become one times full stock of hay oats, VV &' < Published weekly, and entered .. a minute: but the wise farmer can snap his fingers of the most interesting features oi: general feed, flour, salt, octagon *

i second class matter at the post-offit A London baronet who manufa\ at these things. He is the monarch these conventions.. Music for the occasion To the,People 'Starke and Tradinj g lard, bacon, and chicken feed. 'j|
I -'
t< at Starke, Florida.E. tures pills has sold a part of his real of all he surveys on his broad will be furnished by the Gainesville Public- I will continue to do a retail bej

estate for the tidy sum of $30,000,001 acres. High School Orchestra. Iwish to announce. to you that I ness, but I will not advertise ant|
r : 7 S. Matthews, Editor and Own He made it out of the profits of his To the observing one it is plain to Wednesday, will be taken up with have opened a wholesale feed and tail prices, as I am going to e3l

r F. E. Robbins, ___ Associate Editor, business, and he built that business up be seen that the old farm is the best the business of the convention and flour and grocery store located by the the retail trade. :

i; ti F and Business Manager by advertising, often spending as big place in the world for the averag Wednesday night Miss Minnie E Hull Department Store on Call Stand 6-12-4L. J.CC

.i / IsT as half a million dollars a year in young man and never faDs to bring Neal, State President. ,.will address the will give a few of my prices: .
FRID Y. JULY 17th._ printer's ink. a happier and more useful life than convention. No. 2 White Oats, $1.75 per sack SEND US ,YOUR ORDERS

Z. John Wanamaker, the best know the city. Young men, you who tithe Several state officers are expectedto No. 2 Mixed Corn, $1.80 per sack ,.-.

Men often marry women to reform and most successful merchant in this soil and earn your bread by th be present and the entire, program Shorts, $1.70 per sack. I BEAMS .

ti i ., themselves. country, made his millions by advertising sweat of your brow we are proud of promises to be a most profitable and Bran, $1.60 per sack. CHANNELS
our latchstring is always out to enjoyable one. The district is com $3.85 box. AK LES AND
; $ and said so. you; Octagon Soap, per
!1I ,. ,, It suits people better to be please I The great department stores of the you and you will always have a friend posed of the counties of Bradford,and Kandy Feed, $1.80 per sack. 1 ALL SHAPES r

than to be instructed. I country are kept alive by advertising, in this paper. Come and se us and Alachua, and delegates will be pres Porter's Best .Hams, 20c pound. 't AND SIZES

, -men---like'- a$-kicker-the con and are coining money by more ad- give us the news from your neighborhood ent from all 'points in the district. White Side Meat 15 l-2c pound.. BOILER PATE
,
Most kind on the stage. vertising. Mrs. A. H. Freeman, the district pres Smoked Side Meat, 16 l-2c pound TANK STEEL'

fed $ You never hear1 of a large mercantile ident, will be present and will presideover Sugar Best White, $4.80 per sack. GALVANIZED
People will hate you if you succeed house in the country that doe We are pleased to note an increas the convention Best Pearl Whole Head Rice, 6c : COPPER AND ,l'

r and despise you if you fail. not advertise, and advertise heaviljIf ing desire on the part of our reader: MRS. JACK QUIGLEY, per pound. ZINC SHEEI3'

$ swatting one .a politician wants to make himself to secure at the first possible moment District Corresponding Sec'y, 60 pound (Tub Lard, $5.65 per tub TRUSS RODS -
Life nowadays is known to the dear people he use a copy of this paper and some call at 25 pound Sack Sugar, 125. STAY BOLTS
after another. AN EXPLANATION.Editor .
i darned thing $ the most effective means-newspape the office to get a copy as it fall: Yours very truly, STRUCTURALIRON

\ There is no such animal as low cost: publicity. That is advertising.If from the press. The reason is we publish Telegraph-In order to correct J. C. CARTER. WORK T'

of living. The whole species ,is extinct a new son'arrives at your house all the news all the time. W a possible erroneous impression 7172t. ., OF ALL
i .you are keen to have it 'put in the want you to help us to make it still that .may have arisen, would respectfully

; f paper," where your friends will se better by notifying us of the death, ask that you publish the fellow- ff++ .+tlllllllllll ++'++ OAKCHERRY
the house with a glance important transaction: concerning the reason why Co. E., 2nd .
I II Sweeping it, thereby advertising the fact the; marriage or + 4 CYPRESS.
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is all that some girls do in the sweeping you are walking'on eggs. in which anyone from this county is. Inf, N. G. F., of Starke, did not attend + PRESERVING EGGS. HH MAHOGANY".

line. If the editor called you a thief in concerned. the joint army and militia camp + WHITE pun( '

Which is proper$ to say, "businesend" ; a two-line item and stuck it away in n of instruction at ,Black Point this +++++++++1'1111111 1}++-HH ALL HARD W

"business send" of the most obscure corner of the paper, If a town does not reach after the year. During the summer months when LAUNCHES -
.1!.1i" of a mule or would you pass it by in the belif trade, it will come only as fast as it The U. S. Government, under whose eggs are plentiful they,'usually sel DORIES I

: 1 a mule. $ that: it "would never be noticed 1" has to, and it will grow as it is forced jurisdiction the encampment is this at a low price. The winter price,of SKIFFS .:; 'I
,Y Ii The temperature, the cost of living NEVER! You would consider your to. But if the merchants go after time, requires a certain number of eggs is usually about 100 per 'cent v BUILT :.

and the aviators are competing for: self defamed before the entire community business in the surrounding country qualified men in each company, viz.,, higher than the summer price. For TO OBDEB: I

t altitude records. and would paw up the earth advertising in every possible way, and 38 men and two officers, before that this reason it would be advisable to BOILERS

$ tn your bellowings. You would be making good every word of their advertising company would be allowed to parti. preserve the eggs during the season ANDTANKS; -
Breathitt county, Kentucky, nov only too quick to concede that every, trade will come from arverincreasing cipate: The roll of Co. E. bears at of low prices and have them to sel MADE TOYOUR
.t has the lowest death rate of any; 'town will this time the of
the and
radius names fifty
r t line in the paper is read. ; men or to use for household purposes when :
: county in the state.$ Yes, advertising certainly pays. gain a reputation for being awake and two officers, but we failed to have the the price is high again.A ORDER

,) ; Hair in the palms of your hand There is no ad so small or insignificant it will forge to the front. required thirty-eight qualified men. good mang egg preservers have Competent j)Workmen For Ra sdi

r means that you never told a lie. Ex but what some one is waitingfor o By qualified is meant that a soldier I been used, but without success, but j At All Times. *
booster for home town. must have had fourteen periods of, found
amine hands. it. Be a your after sufficient trial it was thai Y
: .i i t your $ ((There are plenty of people who If you have nothing to boost but a previous instruction, which would ne- I eggs could be kept for a period of sb MERRIIISTEVENSJACKSONVILLE E

j Huerta will die some day unwept, want what you have to sell, but thej store and a postoffice, be a booster cessitate the date of enlistment being to eight months at a limited cost and 1

t 1 FiJi. unhonored and unhung. He will prob ire weary of looking through a haystack just the same. If you let people prior to April 15th, 1914. come out in a good wholesome condi FtAiOOOb000A414

ably be shot. for a needle. They prefer tend know: of the great opportunities your U. G. TURNER. tion. The facts are that,10 per cent
$I ;own offers, they will sit up and take f- of the used in Florida are #
it in an advertisement. DOORYARD eggs preserved
Eating sand is the latest cure an SANITATION !
: noth And they will look in the local paper notice and finally see that you are eggs and have been collectedat t
I nounced for indigestion. Eating When
me moved to "The Oaks"I
however
town
ight There is no least six months previous. This
for the ad. E
; is more advisable. four months PRODUCE
ing has advantages. No ago we found unspeakable BISpE =
@ They will find someone's-but wilt mall, but some affords an opportunity of getting a
Huerta has seen the handwritingon be ? town but what would be a good location sanitary (unsanitary) conditions.It better price for summer eggs than

th. the wall and has'decided to gc yours $ for a factory or a mill of some was necessary to do something at most farmers get. .
once to improve them matter of
as a
$10 AND WOMAN. end I methods of
while the going. is good. There are two good preserVing -
"first aid. We did
this The
I' Give a woman a ten dollar bill, and way., eggs. One is placing them Solicits
-f '[ When a dog wags his tail and shows what is the first thing she will do+ Good schools are of the greatest privy, conspicuous by its distance in lime water which is made as follows 9 j Consignm''

his teeth at the same time,it is safe with it? / enefit in building up a town. You from the farm house, and apparent to : 2 1- bushels of quick lime, 4 ofyegetablesCaloj

to believe the front end. Will it be a "bee line for the store? an't keep a good thing down. Good other senses than sight, has been replaced pounds of salt, 1 tablespoonful of
the attention of surrounding by a snug little structure tuck- and Meloa
Not much! schools attract cream of tartar dissolved in 10 gallons pes
n. The Empress of Germany spend: ed in out of sight, only 15 feet from i n.
.1 .Eh Royalty Will it go down into the feminine towns. They send in new of water. Add the cream of tartar t.'fiNEST. s
$20,000 a for dresses. the back door. It '
year is fly proof. The
worth. I bank?" upils to the school and there is Both after it has been dissolved in a small.
than it is ,
costs more. .. .. $I Possibly-for temporary security. ng which awakens the interest of the receptacle is a galvanized coal-scuttle amount of water. Let this stand until
tJk Luke M'Luke says the best womai But that ten spot will afford her litizens of a town more than to notice which is emptied every day on the all the solid particles have been : B sdaeProduc

I : is not the one nobody talks about, but more ecstatic pleasure than a mac that outsiders are noticing them. fertilizer pile and cleansed. dissolved, leaving a clear solution;,

i the,one who talks about nobody. ould draw out of a hundred, or a clay \Let us encourage our 'schools and Two big wooden paint pails stand then pour this over the eggs, being /6b 411111/
: by the back door, and receive all the
; patch the results. careful to have the top layer well
I' wil pipe.First waste water from the house
: people
When you have money except
she will hunt up the last issue &> covered.
'.shake your hand, but when you arc three the bit of slop for three little pigs. WE DAVE'Evansville
of the local paper and see what ii The Starke Telegraph reports Water Glass Method.-The second
: broke they will shake you altogether has to offer in the way of bargains- meteors in its midst one night last Every evening the pails are emptiedon method that has proven even better
c t' --Q the compost pile, oftener if neces-
1 ,' We are ia favor of a salute oi anything, just so it is a bargain. nreek. Change your brand, brother, No water is thrown out in the than the lime water is that of using
twenty-one guns for Huerta in front These will be carefully and painstakingly -you'll be seeing sea serpents I next door sary.yard.The water glass. It is claimed to be better
r. checked off with a twoinchstub Lakeland Telegram. Changing than the lime water because when
.: of a stone wall at the break of day. nub of the system is that fer-
i $ of a pencil and then it will be a rands is what caused us to see three put ,in the lime water the eggs are
Ii tilizer It receives the ashes the
5 5t'+ I A man might as well be a fool and aunt for a pair of shoes, or a summer meteors where there was only one. We pile. found to have a slight odor and taste

part from 'his money as to let his hat, or any one of a thousand other ire going to stick to the old reliable sweepings, poultry droppings, leaves, The water glass method .is as follows h
stable that will
I children do it for him. things. rand, hereafter. manure, everything : Take one pint of water glass Ir, t
decay and be good for the land, and
v The number of articles she will I ly and twenty pints of boiled water, adding .
I San Domingo has four revolutions Bradford county watermelons are the waste water carefully poured all
i out of that ten is after the wateris
spot amaz the water
squeeze glass
Mexico has only, one. Mexico ought of unusual size and exceptionally good over it, every day keeps the pile from"burning"
,.. .- Where would spend it all cool. Mix the thoroughly
ing. a man ingredients 3i$3\\
Ind
to back off the first page now. quality this year. Some of them are In the beginning all the ,
3 f in one throw, a woman will have a list being careful that there is IL L. Hurst Mfg; Coj
< The
i4 so large that half of the rind can be big ugly weeds went into it. The chip
Brains are not always necessary to i foot long. sufficient liquid so that the eggs will would sot
Gentlemen We ,
j used for a bathtub and the other half dirt from the ancient wood pile followed :
business success.. If you have money But woe unto the merchant whose for horse them. Ashes were collected from be well submerged. Eggs preservedin out your ManPowermore.

( :' -: you can hire all the brains you need advertisement is not in the paper a trough.e i the numerous and unsightly heaps and this way will have a strictly fresh ,It is the finest wei

'f. \tr to conduct your business successful when she goes out to part with thai. Good roads mean that you can come added. Litter and trash that could taste and when broken the yolks will seen iit this city at ,

.'i Iy. ten. He is a back number. i to town with twice the load that you not'be used in the fireplaces was rak- stand up as when freshly laid. It is people!that have seen yo Jat

'I' It be @good to ,For she will have every article catalogued can bring on bad roads, but they do ed up and burned on the ground, and important, however, that the eggs be ours place think very ""*
a
would guess say t
:: that Uncle Sam will salute Huerta before before she ever extracts the not mean that you can go home with the ashes thrown into the general pile. strictly fresh when preserved, and and well pleased to see it adace.
I Huerta salutes the American long green from her "bank." Sht twice the load you have been in the The falling leaves were saved for bed- preferably sterile eggs. Water glass, Yours trrt

; will know right where to go with each habit. of taking. ding and long ago found their way to or sodium solicate, can be purchased t[ THEODORE B
flag. purchase, just how much she wants,, @ the muck pile. and thence back to the from a drug store and is in the form _
$ For Sae By
L fi fik We ought to be accustomed tc and what she is willing to pay. counselors.There is wisdom The National in a multitude Educational of land. Since the leaves went, the good of+ a semi-fluid liquid resembling the R; S. PERM

e warm weather by this time and nol She has probably consumed sis man gets pine straw from the woods thick sugar syrup.
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notice it, but it seems to be as hot as hours in compiling the list, has killed Association disapproved teaching of and keeps the horses bedded deep with Eggs that have been lying around Sprayittg,Machines acid
ever. mother half dozen in the stores, and sex hygiene in schools. Such teachings that. The manure pile pays divi- for two or three days before being
J STARKE
t.\ rill go home with six months of is one of the sacred duties of dends. Every month, with three horses gathered will not come out in a good a ,

:3 t Some people work so little that a pleasure tucked away under her armor parents.A three little pigs and 40 chickens, fresh condition in either of the solutions -

job would be as beneficial to them as reposing in the back end of the European'visitor r says if Amer- we get from it three loads of'good recommended, and if they must RICA
V a vacation and rest is to people whc be held a few days before being put H.iC.: {
uggy. fertilizer load being all that can be
t icans had any sense of humor so many a :
.yt do work. But then that is her way,.because people here who weigh over two hun piled on a big two-horse wagon witha in the solution it IB important that I.'
$ die is wOman. be kept in a cool place. Many i.
t a they
Fernandina's municipal ice plant is dred pounds wouldn't be trying to top-box.
I I '. now running and everybady is pleas- And women are women, and because dance the tango. This may not be ideal sanitation, thousands' dozens of eggs are preserved : enerall I II

f ".'now running and every body is pleas- hey are women they are entitled tothe $ but it makes a place wholesome. It by these methods each year,

rc but the owners of the other plant. best of all things in life. The Times-Union says it is no credit is so' simple that anyone can under- and the difficulty in getting good results '"

W VM H H w Bw Give your wife a ten spot. to a town to have a dilapidated stand it so cheap than anyone may is not great represent none 1 bats: ,.
The Times-Union seems to think school house. It also says there is no have it, and every load of fertilizer ORVILLE L. MIZELL, oompand will be w _
$t II, the constitution of the United States FORGET IT. sense in building costly new school from that pile is a big dividend.- Special Agent, IOU"J
., was adopted the same year in which If you would increase your happiness houses. What are we going to do Mrs. Querces in the Progressive Dukes, Florida. : alert to promote ;. <-*
t ; the colonies declared their indepen and prolong your life, forget about it? Farmer. antes courteoni, treatmtA
I! ; f dence. your neighbor's faults. Forget the @ AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH.Rev. weq>z written policy.by'

; slanders you have heard. Forget the While waiting for. something to CLAY HILL. Ernest House, minister of the agent:In a fint-clafl 6., *

The Atlanta Journal printed the emptations.; Forget the faultfindingind develop in the Mexican situation the Mr. H. B. Hudson left Sunday .for Christian church, will preach at 11 much.In caH .
irI 1 F /. Virginia typhoid fever report for 1913a give a little thought to the cause mediators ought to try to adjust the the north or\ a business,trip. He al- o'clock next Sunday morning on times .means -"-.. f.

rI few days ago, which contained the hat provoked it. Forget the pecul- differences between,.H. A. Felkel and so will visit his daughter, Miss Annie "Where Art Thou?" and at 7:45 next C: 'RICHARD .>

: r astonishing statement that there were arities. of your friends and only remember Hugh Sparkman. Hudson, of Boston, Mass. Sunday evening on "The Purpose and s-.
I. 2,803 cases to every 1,000 population the good points that make Mrs. Gertie Wilkinson and children Destiny of Man." The Christian

t I This is an exception to the rule that you fond of them. Forget all personal The Gainesville have no conscience.Sun says some No politicians poli- spent the day Sunday with Mrs. Het- church here has employed Rev. House
I figures don't lie. quarrels and histories that month and
each '
'two
: j you tician has a conscience. A man can't tie StricklandMr. for Sundays
nay have heard by accident, and Mathis of has able do COFFINS,
John Macclenny, when they are to so they secure -
be politician until he rid of his
,r .- ..- Hundred ? which, if repeated would seem a a gets been visiting Mr. 'Sam Starling The him for more than two Sundays And .1 1b!
ze offer One DoDan Reivard thouSand times worse than they are. conscience. > past week. each month. This month he will Undertaken'Always

.f, for any case of Catarrh thataDDOt Blot out as far as possible the disagreeable The Austin, Texas, baseball 'club Mr. Jim Strickland and Mr. Int preach three Sundays. The servicesat t r
be cured by Ball's Catarrh. on 1 4 .
: : I Cora. things of, life, they will won a game last Sunday after losing Wilkinson went off coon hunting. The the Christian church are being well the lowest] J
: 1 I P. 7. CHENZT 4 CON Toledo 0. ome; but they will only grow larger thirty consecutive games.. 'It was an writer hoped to see them return witha attended each Sunday by large 'con- rice attention at to Te '"

HH We. the ondertltned.' have known F. J. when you remember them, and the accident. They didn't mean to win. dozen or more raccoons, but theyonly gregations for this season of the year : r ri .
Cheney for the last 15e&1'Io and believe onstant
c him perfectly honorable In all bualneu thought of the acts of mean. captured one rabbit. and the Sunday school is reported as i Registered
transaction! and financially able to carry aess, worse still, malice, will only CARD OF THANKS.We .
I II I oat, ny obligations made t>y hia firm.i Mr. George E. Wilkinson gave a crowing rapidly. Judge Geo. A. Gar-
;, .' NATIONAL, BANK OF COMMERCE; I. end: to make'you more familiar with desire to thank our neighbors fodder pulling Wednesday. Hope you diner is superintendent of the Sunday eJI
I i t Toledo, 0 heiri.: Obliterate everything bad and friends for their kindness duringthe cot lots pulled, but look out Mr. Wil- school and CoL A. S. Crews is teacherof DeWITr
Ban Catarrh Cure to taken Internally: from yesterday, start out with a clean last illness of Mr.J. R. Neal. kinson, for the thunder showers. the Adult Bible Class, which is
Peon) directly upon the blood and
mucous sheet for r
and
i surfaces of the system. Testimoniali today write upon it for MBS. MARY NEAL, making a record for itself. 5Urke.i"fl
,, far pent free.naPieceiete 75. cents per bottle. Sold iweut memory's sake only those C.R.NEAL, I Get our prices for printing and we

.. ,u..r auylweDoreoevKlpatioa, 1 things that are lovely and lovable. ED NEAL. I will got your orders* -- Read the Telegraph $1.50 a pear ----H;


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American fens If quality and not I Mrs. J. P. Bennett and her son-in- .... e .. ...i... ...,...j\t! ji.. ._ .. ... ---t i.'

A quantity counts, you will buy American law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Aa- .

fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. :ron Jones, of Key West are here for a:

Bits of Local .& Jones. i 1 visit spend of most two of or their three time weeks at Mrs.and Ben win I Prfdressive Business firms In irke jj ?

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Rev. E. J. Gates of Monticeflo who
nett's cottage on Kingsley lake.'residing t. .It
t Information A was formerly pastor of the Methodist Readers of the Telegraph will find it totheir: '
church of this city, was in Starke Elder Harden, of the Pa- .

Tuesday and Wednesday to attend latka district, preached at the Methodist advantage to trade with the,firms represented ;

u' C---a/'Cu' l4lipf. .-lsaa.t ..I. BinT commt- church and helda
}YywN M .toCB.BtreBr: 7 the meeting of the executive Sunday evening In this directory. < :
tee of the Preachers' Relief Board. quarterly conference session Monday If

c-Jir: I 'morning ............>MtMM, .MMMMMMMMMMIiMIMMXREAL ...If

KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM HVH HIMV MMI B BH* ______ __ __ ____ _
Marshal Wilson, of Lawtey was in For home stores and all public wild "Mr. L. V. Moore presented this office i.y- .yyy- .......&..&&.&.&.&a&...&..&. .&A&...&..&..&a&..&.&.w.& .&............ '
I 'Dois'at -
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Lenton'a.s
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with a fine large specimen of his : -
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ings. Requires no running water cess-
.. Starke on official business Monday.Mr. ESTATE ;
I FURNITURE. ,tit .
}l J. E. Futch was in'JaekjonriDa pool or sewer connection. Approvedby Eden Gem cantaloupes Monday.. Mr. '. i iMMMMM .

': OB business Monday. W. W. McDonald, of Key West, Boards of Health. Costs less than Moore informed us that he had one- .MMMMMMMMMMMMCOMER .MMgMiMIMFURNITURE .
'{lor" is visiting relatives here. For fourth of an acre in cantaloupes and
cess
ii s S. J. Sternberg was a visitor pool or sewerage systems. .......................... ......... :
:Mr. the sale by the Quigley Lumber v& Sup- watermelons and from this patch this r-i
Mrs. A. L. Kim will spend '
von
to Jacksonville Monday. ply Co. X season he has already sold $60 worthof L. PEllt !
VZ;, rest of the summer' in the Catskill .
of Hampton, cantaloupes picked one thou- Hand f .
4i'f Mr. G. S. Waterson business Saturday. mountains of New York. Hon. James T. Wills, Judge of the sand watermelons. Mr. Moore ridi- Florida Real Estate, Land.. ,' almost anything else yon .
in Starke on .
us Miss BonitaBurnsed, is visiting her Eighth Judicial Circuit returned yes- cules the idea that there is no moneyin Timber Expert might; wartHULL'S t .. .

t1 Embroideries at Leviton's. sister, Mrs. Mary Jordan, in Jacksonville terday from Starke where he spenta farming Bradford county lands and DEPARTMENTSTORE. -

for two er three weeks. few days with his family. Judge proves by his own experience that 83 years Experience at Starke.MMMMMMt'f . !t .
)(r. S. F. Morgan was a visitor .
Wills will convene a special term of farming properly done is profitablehere.
** to Waldo Wednesday. Hon. J. H. Williams returned Tues- court at Starke on Monday the 20th, .......................... ................, .i ..........

A. Willis of Greenwood,was day from a professional visit to Lake to clear the docket of a number of MMMtMM ..MMMMMMMPMttMMf .
Mr. R- ,
Butler and other points in the coun- criminal Gainesville Sun. County Commissioners Budington .
cases.-
Starke Sunday. 4 '
i a Visitor to Thomas and Alderman of Clay county NOTIONS.MMIMMMMMMMMMM. DENTISTS

I H Mr. P. ECo*. of fTheressa, was in ty. in Mr. W. J. Brown and his three accompanied by Tax Collector .. .................1;........a.
The fig trees bore abundantly Murrhee and Mr. L. E. Carter of
Jessie and Sea- ,
Starke on business Saturday. and the loversof nieces, Misses Emma r... ... ................,.........
t this section this year ble Brown, of Bushpell, Fhu, are visit- Green Cove Springs came to Starke .
Mr. W. L. Wall was a visitor tot this ambrosial fruit have been happy ing their grandmother Mrs. Sarah Tuesday and incompany with Commis- W)1yls it that when you are DR. U. G. TURNER .

3 Jacksonville Wednesday. Phillips and their uncle Mr.. C. M. sioner W. A. Bessent and Messrs. H. ,. in need of Notions,' Ladies .
i. Beady-to-Wear Goods, Shoes, DENTIST .
C. Richard C. L. Peek Jesse Thomas
j' Mrs H. Johns of Sanderson was a Mr. and Mrs. ;J. A. Wainright for- Phillips of Sampson City for a weekor ,, II.. Novelties, Etc., you generally
visitor, to Starke Saturday.Mr. merly of Starke but late of Jackson- ten days. They expect to return and E. S. Matthews inspected the go to .Edwards Building A
road from Starke to lake. STUMP'S''There's .
Kingsley I. .
home Saturday. Mr. Brown is a prosperous n
S. J. Futch and family,'of Law- vine;are now located at Lake Piekett truck farmer of BushnelLMr. These gentlemen were impressed with ,I II A Reason.* Upstairs over Post Office .

visited Starke Saturday. Fla. the importance of the proposed im- I t.

tey, Mr. Fred Lagergren. of Sanibel- Island Leo Canova is the host of a provement of this road and will no [ ................ .....MM ..........t.t 6NNNI .

'* Mr. D."N. Matthews, of Ocala, was is spending a cocple of weeks party of young men who are spendingtwo doubt make a favorable report to the I.. ............... ... Y'
DRY GOODS. .
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in Starke on business Wednesday. with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. weeks in the Freeman cottage at Clay county board of commissioners. PRINTING .'

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's.Mr. Lagergren.Mr. Kingsley lake. The members of the Workmen digging a well for Mrs. ........MMMMIMMMMJ.W.MORGAN 4 0M

party are: Lee Canova Charles Beas- Mary at her home north ..........8..8.'$......... .MMMIMMMMM, .OM.
Hopkins of
: J. M. Brownlee made a business and Mrs. C. L. Moitt left for ley Gus Beasley Walter Graham yVZ

trip to Jacksonville Wednesday. their home at Pomelo Wednesdayafter Drayton Colley Drew Alvarez and the depot discovered a layer of white .

F a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. George White; clay about a foot thick at a depth of Headquarters for 9 BRADFORD COUNTY t

H Mrs. T. B. Triest of Theressa,'was A. Me Andreu. eight feet. The white clay was un Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, TELEGRAPH '*

T! a visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. Charles W. Crooke national der'a stratum of yellow clay. The .. Dry Goods, Notions Eta COMMERCIAL PRINTING .

.'*, Mr. M. W. Mann, of Raiford, transacted 5,or 6 doses 666 will break any lecture illustrator,will lecture at the white clay is very cohesive and soft et..e.es.. .......... Ao-......I...a..A
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business in Starke Saturday. case of Fever or Chills. Price. 25c. M. E. church next Sunday July 19, and velvety to the touch. Some of the yvvvvVVVVVVVVTV vyyyy

;ti at 10:30 A. M. A union service will local geologists think its bears a resemblance -,
Born to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cone All the lathing has been done at the
first be held at the Baptist church at 7:30 to kaolin, a clay used in

Monday, July 6, a girL of new plaster school has house been and applied the on coat the Sunday evening. These lectures are the manufacture of fine pottery. A JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY

Mr. H. E. Lagergren made a business second floor. free and everybody is welcome.Mr. sample was sent to State Chemist LINCOLN HULLEY Ph. D. Utt. D. LL D. President 3

trip to Lawtey Saturday. Rose for analysis and his report is THE BEST SCHOOL T&NcSD FOR YOUR CHILDREN t

Misses Katheryn and Ethel Mc- Marion Hudson of Miami who awaited with interest by those who Send Them to Stetson. Fall Term Begins Sept 23, 's

Clellan returned to their home in has been visiting relatives in the Rosier think possibly a valuable discoveryhas 40 J nffmrft red fitaiiMi: My CJe.e tj I J-| AltyCoflegedLiw
Born to Mr. and Mrs.' G. M. Ben- 17 u..it
#; Gainesville Monday after a visit here settlement was accidentally been made. Kaolin is found in 28 Acre c.-y c.&ee cl Ted noLy ;,y
nett Tuesday, July 14, a girL wounded in the calf of the right lega Putnam 469 SIud..es La.t Yesr dqe cl Bu.iw.wS
with Mrs. C. A. Marks. county.
l.ro>.OOlOO Eadowmeat' Aadee,
t- SUMMER Have your house few days ago by a bullet from a 23300 Volu irll..baz7 NotmJ ScIMd .
Mr. L S. Carter, a well known rifle in the hands of a boy and one For dry goods. Leviton., $10, Ft- screened. Jones', Hardware. 10 Lane Ubontoria hi Science Shod cl M.ie a.
printer, of Tennessee arrived in of the bones splintered. UnaqMed General Equpma* SdttoiofracAdiCmMuimaatn&m ,
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doses will break any Starke Monday from the Southweston BANK STATEMENT..Condensed Separate Dormtaaafortaaag ma mjyamaf momma aaJ Aanuflttddna' _
5 or 6 666 statement of the condition of the
arcaido., CAtim,..J"' aedariw barkng ;
A. Gardiner and Tate
case of Fever.or Chills. Price 25e. his way to South Florida. Judge George Bank of Starke. Starke. Fla. u rendered to Far catalog at views lot Bfamince,or lor_ teerwtiaa S
the State
Kite got up before breakfast last Fri- Comptroller at the close of business -
Jane II>>. 1914
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Miss Gertrude Reinoehl of Jacksonville Mr. Robert Bowen of Quitman, Ga., day morning and went out to the sand a-rea. JOHN- B. STETSON UNIVERSITY. DEFAAARIDA

is visiting friends in Starke. was in Starke Saturday looking fora hills with five dogs and soon searedup Banking tares house furniture and,.fix._-. M70.97Loans .. 7.16.8

position as a printer. He left for a fox. After a hot chase of two and discounts 70990.38
Adkins in Gaines- Stocks and bonds
Senator A. Z. was 18,000.00Cash
vile on legal businesS'" Wedneseday. Lake Butler Monday evening. hours and a half the fox was caught Overdrafts in vault and due from banks 18,78410 WHERE, SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL, ?
25.19
and the brush to town
brought as a ",
Lieutenant O. E. Alvarez of Co. Fbrida State Celbge Fir W. .-. Tallahassee.College UBiTtnity .( na_ GalmesriDe. _
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Edwards have summoned the trophy.Mr. Total -,-11M70.M of arts and sciences, normal school, 8 eoEeges and diTisioiX, liberal arts, law -
"E, was to military UaWliti&
{ school of mask, school of expression, school of
both recovered' from their recent fll- Capital stock -_ 15,000.00 extension division school. Modern engineering agrieultare: ,'trachea college experiment
art. graduate
instruction camp at Black Point Mon- N. D. Wainright has been wear-, ,
Surplus and undivided profits 1,935.84Depo.itl '.
gymnasium with swimming pool basketball station extension division, grsitaat*
ness
: day and left for that place on the 9:21 ing a smile all week that won't come -checks 95,114.89Cashier's and tennis courts new and modern school, tea new brick buildings. besides gya-
outstanding 200.00
Prof. E. R. Poppell has moved from.train. off on account of the arrival at his --- an buildings modem, beautiful conveniences campoa, ,new dormitories dining room have Basing), swimming pool *ii4 may subsidiary ,
of Total -11(, 7U5I. ( and kitchen most hrgenie in Florida. 41S buildings, H officers inkractor and tstistants. .
home F'
Baldwin and is resident of Lake I on Monday a big boy baby. v
a
now Mrs. J. R. Dover visited her husband Ted H. Hslligan. cashier of the Bank of roans women from 49 comities and 12 states .. W4 jrwag nea from 47 Florida eoom- yr:
Butkr. When asked whether he was going to Starke. do solemnly swear that the foregoing last session. "Tuition free in college and normal ties and 24 states and foreign eoontrie batsession. ;'
at Hampton Sunday. Mr. Doveris statement is true and correct to the best of .
the Woodrow Wilson school. Board and entrance fees for the Tuition free Mud and entrane*
name bog or my knowledge and belief. rear catalogue write EdwardCwuadl fees I1&50 per year. Write to day for ccUalogae. 'u'#
ill the
at home of his Mr. '
Mrs. M. P..Southern, of Jacksonville parents William Jennings Bryan he said the TED H. HALLIGAN. Cashier. 1f A. A. Xarpkt*.:fraUent. r
and Mrs. F. H. Dover. State .f Fkrida, Canty .f Bradford:
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Arch .
child too fine to be named
was a boy Sworn to and subscribed before me this the
Green. 10th day of July 1914.
All grades of lumber sash doors after anybody but that expected J. E. FOTC$ Notary Public ter,

Mr. J. A. McDonald of Hampton, paints, and in fact everything for people to name their children after

transacted business in Starke Thurs building and improving your home to the boy later on, so he would have to *+.++ Ill II II 111111 ++*++ THE SUCCESSFUL =

day. ,-, be had at the Quigley Lumber &: give him a new and distinctive name. SPECIALIST

Supply. Co. + A few railroad watches at. + Is tte Result ., gpethU'riinsniHssh" ma- ESaerieMa, *$.- ,
Mr. and Mrs.'J. B. RideH of The- The city council will be-in sessionat + reduced prices at Miner's. + nl AbUttr aad A4e Mtt Equipment. k "

ressa, were shopping in Starke Mon- registration books of the town the council chamber'on Monday + + My large and growing'practice baa beta bunt oj.n a
repetition of successes, doing the right thing (a the right way'
day. of Starke are now open and will remain August 3, and continue from day today ++*++i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ++*++ hundreds upon hundreds of times with gfat sncceea. It'
will pay you both in time and money te contact me free and
open until Saturday August 8, for the purpose of hearing com- learn the truth about your condition refore placing your -; .
Mrs. F. M. Crews and daughter, of for the registration of all qualified plaints as to the assessed values of ................... i cue and with have anyone.' I am no medical cotepsry or fake Institute
ae incompetent hired doctprn. I gtvcjeverv;
Highland were visitors to Starke on ejectors property and for revising and equal- + 4 patient my personal attention. While my 'practice; is Hilt
: + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 upon a high plane of honorable dealing, yet,'my chargesare
Monday. izing tax assessments of the town of most reasonable and no man la too poor te.receive my beet :; _
Senator A. Z. Adkins has purchased Starke for the 1914. 4 4 services. Ton may make your own fee. .tern aad arrangements -
{ year 4444444444444444444WANTED according te year ability te pay and what yen are
) EQery Davis returned home
r.
;, I the W. L Home property which willing to pay for a complete cure. I hor two diplomas :
Monday'from Belleview wherehe from highly recognized school ef medicine* I am duly licensed I
G.
and Mrs. C.
adjoins his old home on the east and Mr. Livingston en-
Hides. Best prices paid. and author-tied to practice me tcta# visited friends over Sunday. % 'will improve the same in the near fu- tertained eighteen guests last Fridayin states of the Union. I am permanently located in Jacksonville *?*!
0. Gardiner Starke Fla. 7-17-tf. and have been here for several yea:s. and am anontlany
: honor of the birthday of their responsible, as my banker will ten you. MT BEST REFERENCES ARE J4T 3s J
Hon. A. V. Long and Attorney A. S. CURED AND SATISFIED PATIENTS. If you want skillful sdefctinc and conscientious -
ture.Mr. daughter Miss Marie. A guessing WANTED-Tobacco salesmen. Earn treatment COMB TO ME., 3
Crews were in Gainesville on legal W. H. Caldwell, who has chargeof
business Wednesday. the construction work on Starke'snew contest in which advertisements were $100 monthly. Expenses. Experience '"' "-The Gcrnan Core for Blood Poison-.U914" .

used was one of the many amuse- unnecessary. Advertise and I* safe painless and certain In resolta. 'The ravages ef Spcjfle 6teod Febe* are'
Mrs. A. M. Petit of Alachua isI ., $30,000 school house will leave ments and Miss Florence Matthews checked In 4* hours after treatment. Patients rente hundreds ef _.ike. receive thai
merchants for
take orders from
this evening for a week's visit to his treatment from me. and man .. their home .. n sheet time, ft e freat this ...- -r_ +_S
visiting relatives and friends in won the prize. Ice cream and cake smoking and chewing tobacco cigarettes It cmm after everything etoe. Indodiag Hot Spriajt h4 failed. If n* : I_ v
family at East Point Ga. safer. let me give yen this FAMOUS treatment and be cured for Ib'e. $, t
Starke served refreshments.This .
this week. were as
cigars etc. Send a 2 cent > ar4

I Prof. L. A. Jett left Saturday for The city was in darkness Monday office is in receipt of a book stamp for full particulars. Hemet Health Counts in a Life of Success:

t Miami where he"expects to locate night on account of trouble with the of views of the buildings and groundsof Tobacco Co. Now York, N. Y. 651W Why Be a Weakling? Become Strong

machinery at the power house. Ev- the of Florida. The The fallowing dbewev are nnwag throe which I .......'.n''tftAl: KIDTTET :. h '
\ permanently. University awl BLADDER TBOIBLES. OB.-TRI'CTIONS.: TAKICOSK VEINS. XEBVOC9NES8. : V s
-7. erything was in readiness Tuesday book also contains photographs of Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. BITTtKE. ILCER8 sad SKIN DISEASES. BLOOD F USOf, tXZEMA
KHEOtATlSM nod COXTBACTED AILMENTS OF MEN AND Y.):KL .
Miss
t o Nellie Hooks and Misses Cora evening and the lights were turnedon the various societies and clubs of the : Call on Dr. Dlckenon today for information regarding treatment. CONStTLTATION -
V
and Lettie Norman of Lake as usual and EXAillNATION FREE. Office boon t a. .... t- p. m. Saadayn -
w. visited Butler university and is a very creditable Malaria or Chills & FlYer 'I te 1 only. _. '
li: Starke Saturday. piece of work. The1 photographs for

Mr. G. W. Muller of the Muller Mr., who A. H.was Prince employed of Dover here ,several Delaware .the book were taken by Hoover PrecriptioaNo.MI H prepared especially Dr. Geo. L Dickerson 111g : Fo J t. 11
for MALARIA or CHILLS 4 FEVER. Ntat 8d Ban
of this
1 Bank Brothers city.
; Fixture Co, of Atlanta, was in weeks ago on the Bradford County Fire or six cbs will break say cue sad

Starke on business Monday. Bank building has returned to Starke Harrison 18 old and If taken then at a took the Fever willed JACKSONVILLE ;
J' I Clyde years
It the Ever better that
return. acts on
again and will probably remain here
.Mrs. J. E. Wilson and Mrs. W. L, colored, had one of his legs crushed Calomd ad does DOt gripe or cbL 25c
all
1< WaIl have taken up their summer summer.A between the foot and the knee Mon- .

residence at Kingsley lake. beautiful effect in inside decoration day night about eight o'clock in a co-
lision between a Starke Lumber Co. .
Mrs. R. E. Hodges has produced by our flat soft-toned os ..: : 0:: :
.. succeededMr. ,I Perfection Flat Paints and Mission construction engine and a log train. -------------- (

Mr. A. J. Lowrey as clerk at the Stains-all colors-Quigley Lumber &; The leg will probably have to be am- tt1&his

I Starke postoffice. | Supply Co. putated.Mr. .

'I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and baby spent\| Have you been reading the advertisements Darling Wheeler of New man must winIr'Ht6.lhc

the week-end in Gainesville as the of the Bank of Starke pub- Hampshire, haS purchased the A. L.

guest of Mrs. J. C. Adkins. lished in von Kim cottage on WeHer street lima hase0oria f
the the
from
I Telegraph week to man a lta, famt bginatiu of
j week? near the city park and will take immediate him b htU cmsc bask eta .
Mrs. W.. J. Grant and son Haynes The ads are classics in their that it can w' dome. cjfou can.chcfb .

of St Augustine are visiting her par-:j line and persons who enjoy reading possession.The colas bock un! ,you wgcknVn't hits. J1is 'iU if ti bakboat 1n&t.\Mtdc. It bof attn. -
a3tltb U much pUasc -
as as -
Milt 4
spa aa P. tpa
o Bits, Dr. and Mrs. .. 0. Haynes. i crisp enjoy, them.sparkling advertisements will democratic executive committee i forth* rebound! Bl ihri Jcso long aa'il '* At"- .lktitulgth f his "

met at the court house in Starke light is the limU of hU JaUh. ,It takes more than em hit to titalcstn

Miss Maggie Conway, of Bostick,,I Miss Olive Ray who has been attending Thursday for the purpose of organi- ,I t 11I. --JMfOther ,

Putnam county visited Mr. and Mrs zation. Mr. J. E. Futch who has
the =
normal class at the Uni to4aS'1IOU
: lit itte bonk Gre oa 9okrg'
this week. of hate money ;
I J. F. Johnson versity of Florida returned home on served as secretary and treasurer '
S ccuei.1TiII. sie!? .
!r Wednesday for a few days on account the committee fof many years resigned r
Mrs. A. M. 'Petit, of Alachaa, ia 1; of the illness of her sister Miss Car- and Mr. J. M. Alvarez was annotated II

visiting relatives and friends ia 1 'rie Amelia Ray. to succeed him. Hon. John C. Sky

d i Starke this week. Croft will 'continue to act as chair- Now

t I Night Marshal Ed Burnsed has been man of* the committee. Seventyfiveper I f

Mrs H. L. Barker of Loughman, taking a rest for a week or two and cent of the assessments against J nrltt a4w

i f is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Crews i \his brother F. W. Burnsed,. has been candidates in the late primary election .

and other relatives and friends here., on duty in his place was refunded by the committee. ,
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PAGE SIX 7 1 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ... FRIDAY; ;:JuLy 17th,


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T.AxSALE: I -.

+}a l NOTICE OF 1Be .***+

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'; HEREBY GIVEN that the following described'property wffl DM sots at Dabaattlni I m :! 4'OWNER
IKmCB IS OWND \ '
of Florida.i DeuripUea If Laad .. .g DseiIpU .f Lam i $Z{
the THIRD DAY OF AUGUST. 1914. in the county of Bradford. Sttas .. p : .
on !' ..
thereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount doe for taxes herein set opposite 1 .ga "
ale N i
i 1 ii
J. 'r t.. Haub together with cost ofsneb sale and advertising.JLRSapp J 1jI J I .4 ';1 > 5: ,? -.l: #++++


: F e 1 Lee Lag

Y v Jot 1 aectIoB U and run W 1'15 WortWagton Springs _._..,..,..L., ,- authority
yards. thence S 1&0 yards
.;. -- ,thence E 1'l1 yards, thence N T.,W. RoaaeD ..._.._.J lot in NE comer of NEK of .
f'
..
...,
r NSK.' section 32. Township JH s gro
.. -- '" .I 140 yards to, point of begin.niag l (1"- "
.
Ii I %0 5 1.11 Rang* 19. being <1 feet N and '

OWNER Deaulptiaa If Lad .. p = Unknown _.,.,.,.,.... Commencing a\ NE corner of 8 by SM feet E and W- in loWU1g to

; .4 NWy4 of N'4 and run W 188 .. Worthington Sprints .,... '
i I =1' feet thence S 171 feet to a -...-! ; i ._ L. A. Iltoeao _S% of lot 1 and NH of lot 6. Grower,

"( -... j f point of beainninc thence E ,and lots 2.11 and 12 I 6 20 320
.a -= 68 feet. ''thence S to right of Unknown ._ Jgff. of lot > and all of lot 4'I 6 20120 northern
Unknown -N% of S% of lot 10 .1 fi
-
of G. S. and F. railway.' w 'I 8 20 20 giving
I J. WQ 4 L W. P. Summer -NEK of SW% 11
ii' 11'. -All S of NW% of SW% thence NW along said right of .. '.. ...! : .... M rs. S. M. Pencil N4 ef lots 4/6 andfSWfc" __ 18 tI II 20129 20 40 conserva'average .
.. L. to land of J. D. Cobb
WQ
and f1iq 8 aDa P. S. Denmark Q% 01 NB iQ 22 8 1
20
lW--- 18.0 IUSJ. thence N to point of beginning 40
BWtil II .4
W of -- ""' Unknown : ._.........a23
m 11 620 '
40 29Z Lake Butler I 20 40
s .. 22 4 11 126 ''Thetfor .
t Croft ----- -"1olW of NE% 23 18 40 U2Ii. Geo: Wyatt Commencing 60 It S from canter St7uatia Sterrielt 1Iif% of SWK and SWK of S ,
Jt
+ g Croft ---- -+'-NW of NW% 20 4 20 160 1628.s of G. S. and F. railway 9 W'. las 1 acre to church -.;, 14 8 20119 those
;, : Bust -NW and N% of tracks on section line dividing J. c. c- \ of NB14 0 21

J. 1'. lapp _249f of NEy4 ,... 20' 21120 7.13.Y sections 31 and 32 and r1ID ', Rev. S. F. Wolfe I'W" fill NE of'SWI4 -_ iS I ZZ 10 fortheiifarms

NW% -- 21 4 Z1 80 'UIu.ba westerly parallel with railway J. B. IhVi11a. 1IJW% of SE'4 Wof railway_ 8 6 .Y2 28 r{;

- = 135 1-6 feet to point of hes a- --E% 01 NW34 of NWK -._.-.. 10 8 Z2 aD '
$fflimzzN 2G 4 21 40 6.32 ning, thence S UO feet thence -NE'4 aDd E'"i of NW% and tl linFloruways

SWK and SEK 28 4 21 240 28.28 E 135 1-6 feet thence S no SW% of NWKS 10 tI Z2 28j tai
C. Barclay ------- % of -, 40 6.02 thence J. S. Dixon i'fsy [
t w:. --- I EU of NEKjiSVWH 83 4 21 feet Wand parallel % of NEK NE% aodSEya
21 4 22.0. "OZt with said railway 809 feet of NWK of NEB and SEKof i settlers,,

a NES------or-N 4 atr ... i.. thence N 30. feet thence W ,"' I .: NE% 18 622 78
4 22 34 4.93 135 feet thence N .20 feet July Gaines .W: of of of.: 14,97- "N or
Unknown '--"- Nye of lots 1 and 2 ---- 36 ........ r acres Sft SWK
' 1 6 18 20 3.23JWK thence E parallel with said rail- ?WJ4W '
? of NW% 22
JL L. Ward ---N of of NWK Stays aDd Stays-of -.1 '* ;:F' war .03 3-6 feet to point of J. HLouis. Owe.. V4 of NEy4 _. ...._ 18 i 2Z 19 3.l p .uneric

H. M. Cuter .---------SEI4 J 6 18 80 7.29 beginning-4%- urea S1 I 20 5 8.83 J.GJ ver an. Gf W% of NEy4 of NEB 314. | trend o f
SEK .., "til: 1. W. ToWDaellci ......_.....Nih of 8W __ 86 1 YO 80 U3 SanderIon
K of Starke and
S '
it of NWK and N1h of a.ai4.6 iY0' C. A. Johns cJ1e.ea
U E. Kettle & 18 1.81 gWy of NE1,4 and Ny of S iad : of the
20
W K -4. iil5 % of SWy4 and N3 of SWI4 : e 622 17
15 B 7.85WV acres more or kss be 2J f
of SEK ----- 12 WQrldeGinning
--- [
---
M. H. Nettles) .EH ----- of SE14 and NW y4 of SE% \ :
of lllfl at NW of NW
J. L. Hardin _W% of SWK and S 13 1-3 a <_ 16" U. and NE's of 8W% _.......__ al 5 20 16018.05 : corner Frssmall I
_. K of SW of section 21, and 111
.SWK of NWK ----------- S. B. Thompson NE% of SW of andN 0 ...
a _...._ 11 6 18 40 2.92 % NWJ4 ran B 42 feet tbenee S to 8. 4
J.NEK *rt. 1andtn +
3. -L. Hardin .- .4 I U % of NWI,4 of SE's of NWy4__ 11 5 21 48. 9.10
J. L. Hardin '. S 13 ofNEy4SWy.SEK of NE% 251 25.43 Unknown ........._ ...SEy4 of NW's 18 1 21 40. 2.92 -. kne of said quarter section fl'Louis
18
6
and E and SEK- 17 G. C. Sapp 1 tbenee W 220 feet. more or less 1.88 : *
of and S .
-81,2 of
and NEK of N NWy4 SEy4 -i: .. E aide .f public road tbenee S
of NEK .
J. I Hardin NH .- 20 S 18 120 10.62 WI4 of SEy and E% of N4 4 "1 M along E aide of. road to W ? "Brt,
W% of SEI4 of SWy4 '_ 11 5 21 'IS 18.68 -,
and SEy4 of N' ." fine f said section 21, thence -- ; ? -
of NE'4 ofSE's k
JL Nettles 1r; "G1Je'" _Commencing a' NW corner Europe
'T.
l N said
---t and Ely of SW'4 and S 1 iJlIIIIf along section fine to
of NW and S 15
u4 run
.4c __ __ 20 I 18 380 18.00 point of beginnig: ._ 21 tenant
EM 40 2.92 feet thence E 1&0 yardi to a 8 22 U
B 18
4 21 '
J. L Hardin _- of NWKNWJJ 22 6 18 40 7.85 point of beginning, thence S % of block 1. S of E 2. W. ?5$ | the tan'
M. H. Nettles of NEK :------------ 10 yards, tbfnce E 140 yards, aM E% .f block 1, S of B v

F IX W. Hancock _? and NWKNEK __and____ ?5 6 18 280 :' 18.02 a thence N 70 yarns to the past W ft Temple cob division of bet oiants f

"4 of SWK 1.23 of beginniix area ____ 11 621 2 366 :NW% of.NE: % 21 tI + .
25 6 18 40 5W of Goyoa- -----_ __CenaBencing sit NW corner of 22 10 a
NE% of SEK ?------ Commencing at corner
W. H. Kettles V. Blackwelder -SWK of NEK and SWK ofSEK (.69 NE4 of SE\& and run N. 70 land owned by Elmira King on '- depend
... M. 26tsjittr B 18160
E side.of
and Eft of SEK yards to a point of bellnnlDlt, railway right of way
s W. Hanaock ? 6 18 40 2.42 thence N 70 yards, thence E and ran easterly at right angle a 4 Ameramon (

w IX John A. Douglas ---SWJ4 fO1FiENEy4 and 8E atY6 70 yards, thence S 10 yards to said railway to E line f: '

NW% and Wyi of NWy4 and __Q4'r.' ''''! IIF''Pf thence W 10 yards to the point .1. I i' !! of section 21, thence N along _
Wy of 8WJ4 and hEy4 of S !..- V-'6.18 360 I: '2UO of beginning __ 18 6 ...1' 1 'l86 said section line to the road i It is

WK and NW 74 vi MUT* _- 21 D. Lennon _Commencing 210 yards S of N j or Street known as Center

1; I'. 3. Douglass ..--- ---- Jf..OffS% of NEK and NE 29 6 19 60 U6 W corner of NE'4 of SEy4 street thence ia Temples sub division donee.
.
W said
along
_._, street to
K ----------- and run S 52 2-3 yards thence deny

rs f & J. Douglass .._.,...._.N"WJ4 of lWK leu 1 acre to E 10 yards, thence N 62 2.3 iK.l! : :' i k ralway right of way thence 8. edo
s M school and N 6 acres of SW l: ,; along said right of way to the f re
.
thence W 1
21 5 19.4 U2 yards. 10 yards to a i'I
-V ;s point of beginning in
__ EIS of
K of SWK i
point of beginning 18 1 21 Z 10.30L.
bylit1
't and E'4 of N NE%. except such lots
._ -NEK of NEK or -
3. Townsend WK and SWK of NWK.NWK __ 24 5 19 160 14.02 C. Smith _Commencing 210 feet N of SE pieces as have heretofore been ing in


?j ,St;' a B. Fonyth .-----------_ SW of corner NWK_'except___----10----Ain -__. 24 E 19 30 2.63 comer run N of 210 NWJA feet. thence of NE'4 W and 210 C. C. McLean deeded W of block 1. S of B 4. W i1 622 H lq -_ He w


_SEK of SEK _except 10 acres- _' 24 6 19 30 7.71 E feet 210 thence feet to 8 210 point feet of thence begin- N 1fling I Eugene Cox in Temples sub division -, 21 6 22 10 and v'
in SE corner L -Begianmg at NW corner of

Unknown ............._..._EY. of SWK of SWK.NWK : 24 6 19 20 3.23 3.23 in SEy4 of NWy of N qof SWK of SWVi of ifll work

L W. H. Kettles .----._...__ of SWKCkmons H 30 5 19.0 E44- 18 621.1 18.95J. tion 22 and ran S 70 yards l "1n
;, :, _Lot 12S __ 6 Ii 20 80 7.85 C. Jones a Bl'OI. __Commencing at NE corner of tfaeiwe E 140 yards thence N

% of SEy4 .- ------ 13 Ii 20 80 8.80 NE'4 of SW' of section 18. 70 yards, thence W 140 yards ways

Jess Sr. __S>4 of lot 7,----------=--------_ 18 I 20 40 4.16 and run S 3 cbn8 and 3 feet t. point of beginning.-Two
_WK of SEK and Eft of SW thence W along right of way His I'
14 20 Ii 20 160 14.66 of A. C. L. railway 14 cbna E. U. Charbemla W% of 22 822 2 R41 and J-

'i JCoi Charlotte ComnSWJ4 of or.it .... . ....--___ 22 Ii 20.0 7.41 and 2. feet to a point of beginning eept SW4and s 60NE {

;: NWK of NEK and N% ofS thence N 1 210 feet Unknown .___-__-_? _SW'Nof of -- 22 22 13 est J:

WK of NEK and NEK of N,, variation 3 degrees Eo thence SUM* NE% ef NEVi of SW

a- Wand Sft of NWK less\ W 210 feet variation 32 decrees &ad SEV of NEK of SEK and' linen

railway right of way ---_ 24 B 20 175 23.61 ,6 .. Eo thence S 210 feet to BE% of SEK of SEK of S a, gol
t Dasmo.a Lot 23 of block 3 lnj F.Bub said right of way thence E .
i Caesar Daub L 22 8 22 out C)
; Andrews addition to .. along laid right of way to a acres more or less in 3ol 40 zii. '
ler :9120' 1.33 point of beginning-l acre in W corner SEK of NW'4 ', the
22
1t LL CoM -Lot 44 of block 4 in F. N. t NEI of SWy4 -f 18 5 21 I '.92 Unknown MB* za.6 22 ...
i 1 Andrews addition to Lake Butler .Commencinlr at NW of A. V. Los* was 2 .f 8K4! 16 1 9 thea''
; comer
I .,_ 29 6 20 1.33 ,,.L Newman E 26 6 22 rwiVU
1 acre of land owned by MI'I. : ... -SWK el HW%- 27 40 2047 J,
in F.Inks S. M. Morrell and N Richard Beyseldh ,Ja 1" 22 40 aggr
1Jabfta Andrewaof. blockto BN. run 209 : >iiffifTiig vt NE comer of 5041
feet thence E 418 feet thence W54ofNWy4ofSE'4ofN : ; cure,

1* ler _L ,.- 29 6 20 1.S3 S 418 feet thence W 209 feet E% and ran thence :;'j-. .'
rath
't J. L. CoM _Lots 45 and 46 of block 5 in thence N 209 feet thence W feet to a point of WWI ... 1'. '
') F. N. Andrews addition to Lake 2C9 feet to point of beginning them W 100 feet thence 'j

Butler -. .. .i 29 6 20 1.81 in SW corner of NEy4 of NE & SO* feet thence E 100 feet. ofu'1

Z 1. Cote .Lot 64 of block I in F. N. 14-3 acres 18 5 21 1.03 thence N lOt feet to point of ]

Andrews addition to Lake But -2 acres in NW of f
.
._ 29 S 20 1.83 corner Ey Mrs. JennieG. lismi u.-.. 28 1 22 roJ1.
1er of of r.q 1 aDd a of
NW14 NEy4 W of ditch-_ 19 Ii 21 2 block 18 ill
Oaktwa Lot 5.E .- 30 6 20 80 14.38 00 G. Van Zant of 2.15 StTrtr- seer
WIS SWy4 of SWy4 ___ 19 _
9i r 0alaowa 20 acres of the following described J. L. Whitten W1,2 of SW%,. 4_ 20 Ii 1 21 21 20 80 U3 8.80 W. M. Bryanr-- *, 4 aad 12 of block 14 28 -a 22 20.61. CCs.ad3t .

land: S% of lot 6. Unknown S1,2..- 4 1 Ii 22 azo in Lningston Traby and CojW

and all of lot 7 N of G. S. Unknown e% -- .2 Ii 22 32G 22.71 .. S&arke 28 pou
ti 6
x and Frail,, _---------- 30 6 20 20 9.70 Unknown N1,2 of NEy4 u, 10 1 Z2 80 G.Unknown.. ScbelJeJ' % of block 34 in Livingston 22 14.263
five
Diet Hewitt -,...:?...... -Lot 8 and"N 25 feet of lot 9 UnknQ1V11 r Lot 10 in WoodIa1V11 10 1 Z2 10 1.11 'Truer aDd Cue sub division

N of block 3 in Lake Butler ...-..? 30 B 20 14.66 Unknown ...........:......Lot S1 in Woodla1V11 -__ 11 5 22 10 1.43 NE% of NE% _. 28 6 22 qua
I 1.29 JI. block 1497
L A. Duncan -Lou 9 and 10 except N25Lake Unknown 8of SWy4 of NWy and SE u. ,, thu'
feet of lot 9 of block 3 in 14 of NW'4 and Nl of Syof in Urin tea Trnby and Cos ,

J Butler -. __.-_ .,- 30 E 20 23.31 SWy4 of SWy4 ana SEy4 of M. &num ef_ NEK of NEJots pro

Commencing at NW corner of SWy4 and % % ..
of
IIakaowa .? SW'4 SEy4 and W. L -- 1. 22
lot 16 of block 5 and run E 20 Wy of SE'4 of SEyi and Sy 4 and S of block 1. ia 122 1y :
Davis ,
b \;at. feet to a point of..beginning. of Not, -- ---____ 12 622 2r.o 2282NEy4 Stub and Treby's addition to aW
thence S 60 feet thence W 20, _S NW14 of NW'4 and 28 | 22

4 ;'JQ,. I feet thence S 55 .feet, thence of NWri -- 11 Ii 22 10 8.60 H. _-- -Lets J. t. v 1. and 10 of JUt 717
E 70 feet. thence N 43 feet. 1. W. Caldwell ..NEy4 of SWI4 of NE'4 __ 11 5 22 10 fork 2. in Davis and Truby's far

t! thence W 28 feet thence N 62 Chaa. Parker _NI,2 of lot 20 in Woodlawn ___ U 1 22 Ii %.U ddxk'oa to Starke -- 28 |
feet thence W 22 feet to the Unknown Lots 89, 40. 41 and 42 in Wood- 323 -Lota 11. IX 13 and 14 of 22 10." of

point of beginning in Lake fawn 16 Ii 22 40 Wbck_ %. aJDavis and Trnby's
Butler .- 30 S 20 4.IC c.:B. Revere _Lots 19 4.09 e Carl
20. 29 and 80 in R. R J. mnnt .. 28 6' 22
---- .Lots C and 7 of is
Yiaty A. ZeiglerCommencing at the NE corner Woodla1V11 ---- ____ 15 622 block 17.19
of block 5 and run W 25 feet r Dr. Ceo. B. Payne Lot 21 in Woodlawn ___ 18 40 1.53 Dr Eo 73. Cmapb.D Temple's addition to Starke: 28 f
I
22 22
to a point of beginning, thence Carl CarlBon Lots .3 and U in Woodlawn.___ 18 Ii 10 115 --"lock 1 in J. G. Alvares's ad- ,IUS' ofMit.

S 65 feet thence W 20 feet. S. G. Potter Lots 10 and 23 in Woodlawn ___ 18 I'22 22 20 1.85 B. a Haas. Ice .. Stub %8. 22 .
thence N 55 feet thence E 20 Unknown .Lota 26. 35. 36, 45. 46. 52. 65. 20 1.85 i. .. 7. at block 23.01 ?;
z r, feet to the point of beaiDDinc. 58. 61. 58. 60. 61. in Wood- 4. in J. G AJvarei's addition to Dt

t .in Lake Butler ._ SO. Ii 20 103T lawn Stark*
<
----r .__ 11 Ii J. A.- Wainrs t 28. 22
r ; ke, BaWl IkDou1cl ----S% of lots 18 and 11 of block __Lots 1. 2. 3 22 120 11.07 -----JBecomog at KW comer of S ,4.1, se
4.
13. 15
U. 16
,
y\t of SWK of
+. 6.1n Lake Butler n .. ao 5 20 SUI 17 section %8. tb
19
S Y 18. 20. 29, 30, 31. 32. aodl mm E 484 feet
n ... 20 and 21 of block 6. in Woodlawn thence 8
L. A. DUels -- ---- ;-_____ 11 Ii 22 418 feet thence W f9
1&0 484
** larbIrk s Butler ... 30 b 21( 2991 Unknown Lot 64 in Woodlawn 14.96 theoee N feet.
T1arpeDtiDe Ca ...Commeoeinlr at' SW Corner of c. G. Johns ..._........r.3y of Iou 22 and 23 and 17 1 22 10 199 fcegiiionv 418 feet .to point of t}

block 1 and run N 80 feet to .. .., ': lots 28 and 27 in Woodlawn-w4161lrabb.85___ 18 It 22 ..: L III. .w.........._. -CaonKnting at NW- i -. 28 I 22 i
: .- A. 30 18.0 ti
A 'I ..1I! N ....... a point of beginning, thence E -........; ,, KcCall _--_-__Lot 21 in East Lawtey -__ 9.10 \ Iladiaot and Myrtle sheepi
; u""" a 10 feet thence N 26 feet ..e0j _Lots 1.8i
; 1 : r. __. 61. 52, 53. 64. 55: and 58 and rna W
along
Kadisonatmt
w 1 Ik".1 thence W 60 feet thence S 25 t :r" ..' .iU' .P. in East. Lawtey __ "--" ;i UIt.
\ C. Parker ._. IUS 1\\ thence N 334 R
__
"" t fed to the point of beainl .DC. Lot 59 In East Lawtey -__ Act. tlvsce E 210 feet to
41 in Lake Butler ao 20 WID. Williama Lot 4 in Otts 1.83 -
d' b U3 eo sub division of... : f&ttt street tbenee S along 0

1. L Jaeaa -_- -81oek 11 except W OZ1 14 feet lit' ... t ./.!" ".I&IIt.1WP.n Itin ... East Lawtey ---- __ -" 2.15 wad street 334 feet to point 1

Lake Butler 30 6 20' 56.40x. Chas. Parker ..-Lot 6 in Otis cub division of .-... I' \ ef beginning in Gaskina* ad r

.. mauls Do JlcDoDaldAll lot .5 of block 11 and an .. to ;1ILc: East Lawtey -- ____ a _, _- fitioa ta Staite. 29 e
) rl lot 46 of block 18 N of A. C. r ,-1oP' .Jcff David JL Smith --Lot 1 ill Otts sub division----of US rt:: 11; Little r. a..K 4& at SW corner of 8 22 2 tlfr

.
L. Railway in Lake Butler__ 30 b 20' 2.n East Lawtey ---- __ -u' Madison and Myrtle streets r
,
... 11. gpn -- -- CommencIDg at SE corner of J. N. S. WilliamaLot 10 in Otts sub division of ..e'e... 2.15 and ran a along Myrtle street i

aid Byrd and Vemer lot and '. East Lawte IK feet, thence W at right
......... ... run W 55 feet to a point of be- ; "o.i.'oJ-I."i ,1 l p..r.{'JC'r'l : Kattie' A. Wooden NE14 of NE'4--of--NEy4-- __ 24 1 22 10 US Angles to said street 105 feet t

L ,,.,. .:,.. ginning, thence N to'right of C. H. Churchill -_NW% of NE'4 of NEI4 ___ 2& 5 U 10 3.23 I these S parallel with said

t. i? :;' .. way of G. S. and F. railway, G. H. Fuller _n _SWI of SE% of NEy4 ___ 25 5 23 10 3.3 3.23 II street 10S feet tbenee W at :. ,.

i e,...... thence W along laid right ofIt" .. ..... __8W% of NE% of SE1A _____ '25 Ii 22 10 1.85 ., right atogies to said street 105
I'" way toapointri5feetEotW 4 ; I I Unknown Ctet. thence M
Ny4 of NEy4 of 210 feet to
.---r- SW', of __
SE'/ 25 6 22 5 1.85
:
line of said lot. thence S S Unknown Madison
I., to SWi of thence E
along
.1 SWy4 of NW1,4 ___
., 25 Ii Z2 10 1.85 street .,
t ; 'l-., .--j..;_ line of raid lot. thence E 210. .1 .:l'r.. t'. Nyy of 8W 4 of SEl of NE%__ 26 5 22 10 Madison 210 feet to the i .>,' h
4 t,'1' feet to the point of beginninll .... ; .1. .. KnI. Anna krewger __W 20 feet of Ny! otNWr4 of 1.8ii fatal of begins ng in Gas-
.
5 I .
except 1 lot in NW comer .0 .. kin's addition .. '
... NW14 I StarkejConuneneinr.at _- 29 fi
1 .. 'rt' i M.;I : .. feet E and W by 80 Nand S \ Jere E. Bohannoll --- 26 Ii Z2 2.15 Mrs. J. K Atoms S fane of Ful- 93UhEn r 1.11 +
__SE
r;.- I... ; ; : : aEndanld lot ibnSl'YOcofrner50feet '."I :.:' II..ej.; Unknown Lot' of NWi of SE% ____ 21 5 22 10 6.02 Vr barf and ton S 315 feet '-. _
.. 25 in
r Woodlawn
_
-- _
_
"G" 30 5 22
W 10
l' .. Unknown 1.29 tfienm W 4U feet thence N t' <.
in same -__'_ 30 5 20 11.61J. Unknown n _Lots Lot 26 and 2j in Woodla1V11 __ 30 6 22 10 4.63 I I VA fed back to Fuller land. :.
t 5 in Woodlawn __________ 82 Ii 22 10 1.29 I the.. E to of .
point begin-
B. 8earbol'OUlh11 lots 6. 8. 1. 8. and 9 of "i I ., W. L. Milteer --NE1.4 of NWI4 of 1'"Eof SW ;
t block 3 in McKinneya addition I. 1'. ; "' % and J IIS"". adso one lot 110 feet N i '
NWj of
I NE4 of NE
4
5 F. to Lake Butler ____......-- 30 6 20 2L91 % of SW'1. and Ely of acA & by 210 feet E and W. !
Uabewa ?.................Lot 11 of block 3 In McKioneye o l SE}. Clt SWy4 t naoDdnf N by Wm Lake S by '
__
NWy _______ 5
addition to Lake Butler' -- 30 It 20 '1.'llMcKlnnen Jea. R. Brooke .........___..W4 of NWy4 of 35 I 22 15 6.92 Wary Jane Green and E by ,
NW'4 2 6 18 20 2.92 Sanderson fane all in S>4 of '
r
IMt Batter Ice Ca 24 and
Lots. 25 of block b in J. N. Douglass -SE
o. f of _____
NW14 ______ 2 6 18 40 6.62 I SWK of KW<4 in StarkeConuaaxiDS 28 .
addition to Lake Ju. R. Brooks .
; -
V ----El.l of NE'4 of NE'i _______ 3 6 18 20 : 22' 4 1007g s
Butler .....__ 30 W. F. Hedgeman # 4.16 ---- Yip feet S from
1"0 ---W 01
; SWj of _____ \
lU6a SEy4 7 6 18 20 1.23 S18 earner of Madison andJBrrtie .
i 1. 11' Hodge Estate _Lots U. 42, 43, and .4 of block Doria Brin50n _NW% of NWI4 ___________ 16 ;
a 6 18 40 6.39 treeta on West side of !
.
in R. W. Williams __
: McKlnnell addition
to -WM of NE'4 of
Lake Butler NE.and N .. _-.IoIa ... Myrtle street and run S along .:
f. W -
30 5 20 )1.18 }& of NE3i and Nyy of SW acid street 210 feet thence W !}
t t _Lot 16 of block 44 in McKin- y4 of :NE}{ -_____ __ 174 8 18 80. US 2119 feet thence N 210 feet.
,. ney addition to Lake Butler__ 30 Ii 20 Wm. PelT ,__S14 of 'I'I .
NE14 _____ thence E 210 feet to point of
Uabowa .,. ... ..-Lots a and 4 of block 4 in 2.15McKlnne Buck 18 6 18 8o. 1.85
Williams _
__
_..._ of {
.SE4 N\V in
Gaakin'a
addition Lake !{ ______ 18 i 18 40, 4.16 addition .i
) to W. F. Hedgeman --NE of NW'4 ________ t. Std .- 29 '
_...I,.Iw- Butler ..... ___ GUll Hunt 18 6 18.0. 6.39 .' 6 U/
.
30 5 %0 U3 --- _E of WI. of NE}. ___ 26 I Unknown 210 fret W of S 4.S1
__ _Lota 18, 11 and 18 of block Ii T. l. Alderman ____.N'of NW 6 18 40 4.18 W of Madison and
; corner
__ _
__
.
in lie Kinne addition j- 26 6 111.0 2.42 :4
to Lake
Unknown
--- -SW? of __ Jfyitie Start and W
J SWy4 ______ 10 6 19.0 I run 210 i
4. ,_ Butler ---_- 30 5 20 11.21 MI'I. Mary L. Johnson --NW}4 of SEl.4 _________-_ 11 8 19 411 a.zs I feet t* Westmoreland Street
-Lots 10 and 11 of block 19 in yy4
_1 in thence S '
a -. acre SE comer of NEi afllDa' said street 420
McKinneye addition to Lake '" of 8W}{ --------______- 28 6 19 .I*rd. there E 210 feet thence
;' Butler 30 i 20 N. J. Parriah _. _6 acres in SE comer of NEy4 1 2.15 N CO feet to point of begin
Rsatbera TurpentiM Co _Blockl 1. Y. 4.5 and of' 6.t 3 W of
Jr E4 Railway, being 4 acres I ninx and designated as darks
4, bloek S in B. L. NeWlOma addition E and \V by 1j acres Nand I Two .A lot in Caddn's ad- vatdiea
j to Lake Butler SO I''. South I 10 Staib 29 '
5 .
"- 20 ---------------__ 29 8 1 U
; Ttkaawa .. Blocks I 1 and Y in D. Eo Ifnighta 14.18 _Lots 6 and 7 of block 3 in 11 6 %.i5 I UnltllU'WD"2'+ soles ia sltlb of SE1,4 aDd L4' ,._

addition to Lake Butler 30 5 20 Worthington Springs 1 sea ia 1ti8l0: ef 8E'It. lie- '. ;
j J. B. Seatborougb _._Ny4 of Iota 1 and 2 in F. P. 4.93 Unknown _Fraetional block 4 in--Worth.ington ------. -- 2301 1I1reBlitch '

[' 0d0ma addition to Lake But Sprinlll P-- II a.b w zt 8 %%
? 1er '. .. 81 1 20 U2dltion Unknown ...... .. .__Fract onal block-9, -except- ---lots- :- .. 2.15 J. A. WaiDrigM fart .. floe ais .Fe Jot COlD- 5 IIi 7 :

+ ..Lot I ia T. E. Deckles lit ad- -.r- 'l and 8 in Worthington 4 .i maws .c the JCE COftlft' of
; _I Springs led; farserl.wned by T. W. ,
Lake -
? to -
Butler -
---
-
-- -
31 Ii --
_Lot 8 in T. E. Decklea lit ad- 20 9.10 J. W. Hatcber .._Lots 1 and 2 of block 10 .n .. 2.45 8wat. at d rocr Z to East line
!
Worthington .i -tie %9. llama 8
dition to Lake Butler Springs at sear -
31 ----
5 --
20
Lot 15 in T. E. Deckles let addition -' 'l.'Z1 1 _Lot 1 of block 11 in Worthington .; 'n, .88 ,I -- ins LM yair, thence W

to Lake Butler Springs I to me:aeaer .t land formerly
--
U 5 20 -------
t .Lot 11 in T. E. Deckle8 lat 8A1- 1.53 J. W. Hatcher ?Lou I, 2. 3. and 4 of block 2.13 caused tar Mid Swea thence
.
ditlon to Lake Butler .:......,_ 31 5 20 12 in Worthington Springs --- i :N- O atarlErrs p.t i. EK of "
.... W. Townsend ..8y4 of lot 21 iD T. E. Deckles U6 Unknown ---___ t 2 or block 13 in Worthington 353 fwin j -21' tt 4 81ZsW

r lit addition to Lake Butler at Ii 20 Spr rage --------- Edwards ]fi6ifs. SWl4 ., 3W34 and NE'4 of

.?Lot 22 iD T. E. Deckles lat ad.ditlon D9 __Lots 1 and 2 of block U in L17 \'; al 6 22 80 8.02 ..:

to Lake Butler 31 Ii 20 :Unknown- :w1t.el 18'f'4 of W4. except
L. A. Dtmaa ", ._Lot U in T. E. Decklei'lat addition 4.13 C. B. Camp1Kl1 --.Lotrthiot kryngsia -Wortb.----- .; 2.15 ; I ... .waiaSW __ az I 22 18 LOI '

to Lake Butler _' Sl Ii 20 in.tCSprn"l: I -bD 1 and Y of black a fa"
I _Co..mencinll' at the NE"M-- 1.43 lira. H. B. Lamb ---_Fractioral bock: -18----in--Worthington ----- II.02 i j .tI1a CiU zz b 22 rtLaarta

1. of lot 1 and run S 70 feet to 3 Sprint18 I .IMa e 8IIIt "I .r Woek 3 iD 2.01
\ point of Mrw. B. B. Lamb ___ --- -------- 1'31: !
a beginning thence Lts 1 and: 4 of bock: 17 in Cie -12'22
./L W 105 fret thence S :0 tut. Wort't'1l'ton S-rin"l I j -L8t II eL block 4 .ia Lincoln 333 s
thence E 105 feet, thence N '!0 T. C. Douglass ---_Lata 3 and 4 of block--19----in--- 1.53 (sty .UIZZ 1.68 '

., fctt to Deck of be3'inu1r Worthington Springs -..- ,WnGi. PurueJr rat I) .r beret 6 .iD Lincoln ,
----
.' In Lake T. E.Bu'" Znd addition to Miss Olle: Hagen ---:___Lot 1 of block! 23 in Worth.in 10..9 mmiee w 12 622' 2.U
ev Chandler
King
4 U.ka.wa ..Lut 6 in T. E. nk. lad addition 31 Ii 20. U3 !on Springs -------___ sew as I SW earner of
UnkDltwn SW
_L.I 1 and 1 of block 1.1 S % err NW1 w 01 nil 6 2E I L08
11 in
to Lake ofEI
Butler 1" ,' C. 1'. (ChaacIer
C'---:
Zit t !olE
.
% .11InT. Worthington
L 1R Warren Springs _
1 ?Lot 6. learn railway right-t-- :" Unknown -.............. -1Ats 1 and 2 of block- ---__ '" (1 2 I SW% at SWlk of section 33. s
ray Eo Deckles 2nd addi1 ? 31 in : ::J ;:: '
:' W orh ing ; .... 3..51 cha ; ;
Battia try to Lake Butler .. fl I Yo LUEo John E. Stephens _LtLt ton Springs ----_ tI.8'2> '-W35 ddewreta aethh two .
1 and
Wmlams --
n. ..._all lot 11 N of railway in T, Nly of tot 2 of
block If lfae III add SW34 of SW'4.
flecckles t 9 in Wl'lrthinJrto'Spl"I'B ;
lad __
addition to Lake .
F Rn..... t} ... t area tOJ't'rly owned by B. 14,68 thane! E to JlIace ol beginning : F1S
r J. 8. Scarborough _.Commencing at NE cornea of-- b 33 M. t.\'t'fftt and Co.. and de- t'I -lOwn 33 6 ZZ 2 t L'S ttaitiasted

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SAY. JULY ITtfc, 1914. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ,,' -... L .' PAGE: SEVEN }




t ,....r IIIII ill .ti Gal labor. Elsewhere, ia the "-Union ,NOTICE OF TAX SALE (Continued From page 6.) : .. t. 'j, -r""-,, ,- a

r '11r:' tfitsi feat jg an imjftmrjbnVT"As .


i'': h pN NET AN tcRL ; an'_Olttstratian_of 'a three-crop !, i, rr

.. o : ..
rotation fans of ten devoted
% on a acres "
.'.
1111.. Ir" OWNER DescrlpUoa ., LaM I M a'i
..
to farm leaving -" :
: itJ.aTrobe> Bateman an eminent just simply crops, '.,' .- ', -[ ,!.
,. t : _. >-! ... I S I :
out for the moment the question OwI ,Desaipt Lai a M
oa farming, trucking andU"growing : : ..0 j, e
ply .
: ., I 1 e. :

: In Florida has the f ol- of frail culture. CorHHrfTifTng in I Y a block IS in !lamp oli Ii I .22; 11M dJot

lane it" .4 Pries (cot) .,.W six acres of 84 ef Sn t
.;. t. say,in the Florida Orange Kay.or with the summer forage .a too. .4 of SE4 20 7 JZ 8 U*
h the raise at the I'aaie Stewart 1nt 2 of block 2 ID 1. W. J. V. Jas 1A4 1 of block 15 ia Eaznp- t .. ;
Wir which should: interest our crops owner can very Johns nb hviaioa of NEB of ton 90 123i '. T.7I Y

Mr., Batmen in least one to one and a half tons of NE14. alUI USLoa Calvin Haynea Tot 5 of Wi of NW> __ 31 T z: IS IM i
IMn :reader 1. 2.3. ud 4 of IlIoek 0 .E. J. McJUe Beginning at SE comer of N ; <

: ..rorts, has been extremely bay to the acre,'besides using considerable -ha I. K. lobu. sob division of EH: of SEX of section 34 I ., "
c and ma N 219 yards thence '
r !"E% of NE' a 622 t UI : 't'
'-.....,..ihe, getting far below the amount of this it would'not be L. L Lee -.--.- ..4 IICIS eammeneiat at NW W 140 yards thenee S 219 : <..,' .r ,
lOner of NE1. of DBLi and yards thence to : aMn.
localities.
ningirs
; f..sg0 la many out of the way to estimate seven tons IUD EII feet thence: S 1m point of egin __ 34 T net." ,,;:
tendency of the present age is \ feet thence W m feet. theIIeI I. Z. Law _-All 1 > 2(43: .,* A',<
*fl of hay for sale which, at $20 a ton (a N 1092 fee'- to point .f beciD- N. P. CawthaaNE' of NW14 I 823 feaI ua :,'
i who turn to Mother Earth II II 17.10 N. P. CawthaaSE'4 of NW1. and w>h of i -' '
tkeee low price) amounts to $140 nine m DR's of 'E14 U 8 '. r
average ,
5 of livelihood to small Job W. Jaeboa ._.._-.---N}, of S!, of NW'x of NJ NWT and SW>s I 8' 22 tan zus
taeir mans ready cash, without taking into account 14 1& 12215 t.43L Unknown -SE ef KEVi and Ws of N ;;
to large acreages E'4 and SE 4 I 2229) MS ,
j'rather than L. Grima ?'E14 of SE14. euept i KN :
f- I aljiys the value of what he has used square in SE lOner U 6 D IS lI.a Melrose ...,.. Co. _._..._w; of NW>y and NWU of 13WV ;

,hflorkb. This should, and trust up for his own requirements nor the s. A. Carter !Iv, of SW14 of SE4 U' 22 ZO 1020Cbas. and E!4 of SEU of V::.
the desideratum of an s. Swam NE j of iE14 SS 4 22 40< G.OS SW% S 8 22149I 1I.T
i 1 1, b* I estimated value the crops will have L K. Little swof SE14 IS 4 22 40 ZO.OS N. P. Cawthan WS of NEU of NEU 0 22: $1 Lli x

whether new or old.a'or had soil renovators and improvers. IlL Thou NE14 of NE14 sa 6 IS CO 14.48L Unknown E4 of NEU of NWU and
this confined solely to as K. Little ts! of 'E14 and E? of NE's Err of EK of SWU 8 8 u.. UI :.,
\\a So we will consider the $140 net of NW'A II 4 22100 48.0 B. A. Coif Tin?**! Agent _-.l.'IlW14 of SWI4 and Sand .;:
The same idea, the same 1. A. CoJem.aa -NW1l of NW14 sa 622 40 IUS SW)6 of SW% and 't .

r jJlerka. exists many profit. N. G. Hayes -WE a of 'E14 and all of NW NE's except E% of :'EJ4 of '.
tread of thought, among "Next, he can get in two*crops of J4 of NE14 E of branch __ a 'I 11 10 1.11 3 1221U. StttIM 'V:; V
i older dnliZed nations of thee Ceo. x- rti of NW. and all of NW Unknown -Sys of "E14 of'm __ 11 SUMS ;:) "
of the, and vegetables early and late as for instance '4 of NE14 W of branch Z 'I 11100 10.0 Unknown sits of NE's U 22 49 U.TS -.'!
in Great Britain _Two acme in NW of' .
wrld, especially lettuce followed tomatoes.It E. 1. Shaw _wt; of NE14 of NE14W1l an4N comer ::>
by .
for of NES U f 11 II L09 SW14 of NW14 _.._.--...-- .; 13 8 23 2 L24 '
and the preference N. P. Cawthaa.SW ud NWLa of SE14 __ U 8 22 2W X2.TItM
,
fc-France would be a poor crop of lettuce that T. M. Shaw -81i. of DE4 and SEA of N "
holdings is becoming daily more w 12 110130 1.1. Unknown ..Eti of SWLs of NE's and "
BBsJ wouldn't net him $150 per acre, and a Unknown ..E14j of NEU of NE1y __ 12 'I 11 20 L8S SEt" of SEA 11 8 22 n '"
universal. Duncan Mitchell !"E\4 of 22 8 22 44 US:1:
'V ,
ad more worse crop of tomatoes that wouldn'tgive _W ; of 'E" and E 14 of NW Melrose Man g. Co. sw x of NEA and Iota 1. Z. V
In .
*Bat the cause is not the same. him a like amount What does J4 and SW14 of NW 11 'I 11 200 11.45 Sand4 U 8 2223 1UC4J

old days of landlord and ..-8El of \'E14 U 'I It 40 USIsaae Mrs. C.. N. Payne Commenting at KB comer of" 0 .
Europe the this total up to? Three hundred and WIDi&ml -NW14 Z 'I 20 150 11.68.Souther. .-_? -' ---J..: SE\i of seton 24 and run : ,
'
tenant are fast disappearing-that is, dollars Naval StolS Co.AU I f 20 540 u.rr S 11 rods. thence W 20 rods
fourteen an acre. Ten acres Unknown E's of SW; and SW's of S thence N 160 rods thence E J ;

d f tat landlord of an immeasurabb number are enough if you keep at it and have E14 4 f 201207.43 20 rods to point of beZinnninK- 24 8 22 M!; ... ',;
with an infinity of tenjitt. I.. W. Cmby _Lots 1 and 2 'l 'I 20 1&0 lUI J. S. Gri&er. Err Fc of SW's of NB's 28 8 22 23 La
of acrjs the 'know how.* E. I. Shaw _ _N4 of tot I and SLs of lot Unknown Lots 12 and 13 or W} of S t .,
It is a growing feeling of in- 'There combinations 11. except: : two acres in SX lOr- W11 26 8 !" T< dear to the are so many nor .- f 10'll L49J. Unknown ______ 'iWJ4 of SEa -26 8 22 4&i 2.92
I Apendence-a word so possible both regarding the various K. Shaw Jr. _Sir of S" of Jot 9 and S Melrose Manfe Co. _Lots5 and C 1 t 22 8}! UDOWLCfG. I ,
has gained root of lot 10 lees N twelve acres __ 'I 7 20 liS 9.10 B. U. Tax CsOsttac. '
1'Awrietn-that crops and their rotation, and relativeto -8'4 of lot 4 f TO 40 2.92 1.
Cawing the peasant and tenant class. ("..oW. YarboroughWrr of NL: of lot t T f 20 20 2.92L
for indepen- sub-division of even ten acres thatit ) Co Clemmona _WL' of NWL1 of SWl -_ 8 7 ZO 20 LaG. NOTICE OF TAX SALE _: 'j

zIt fc not'a revolution would be impossible to treat them M. BeruI_ _"i'i! of SWI; of SW14. less E -

y dice but an evolution from indepen- ... .4 three acrn. and eommenetnf[ NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following described property will be sill at nettfe '
within the space of a weekly article.In -+e.7w? 451) feet W of division tne of
S old serfdom to greater auction on the THIRD DAY OF AUGUST. 1914. at; Starke Bradford county Flortla or M ;1
and SE1 of S
and the SWI.4 of SW1 '
aeney fact there is material enough for a right much thereof a* will be necessary to pay the amount due for tase set oppofait Qt mk
x! and individuality. So little W1 on N side of railway together with cost of inch sale and advertising. :t'i o ...
freedom book. We can, however, consider one of way and run N ItO feet
the old time tenant is evolving thence S tB right of way-3 .< "
b* little of the many sub-divisions feasible to gems in SWl of SW's' a 7 :0 20 10.90
J
he tills.
= into the owner of the land a 10-acre tract. This is one-half veg- G. M. Bevill Commencing SIlO feet W of a l-P .' .:!311'1' : I. p
for others of block .. *-11 '''' .
for himself not W corner of tot 10 : .
He works that etable and the other half citrus culture 7 in Ward City, SE earner of :::i'' J -= ,:-.-: ...:

mj what he earns and gains by StephEns land at right of way : *
of railroad and run N 250 feet r

f:work is for himself alone. "I mentioned early, in this article more or Io g. W 250 feet more ". .. OWNER Daaiptloa .f Land a f :, I j 1
,'la America the farmer has always or lese thence S to right of Ii .
the item of life insurance that is way thence to point of besin- II :a'. ;"
been more or less independentHis a 7 20 I W "'< -
probably or should be one of the many ning-l %&eres '011"1 a. '",-1 r.
ga'ns and his losses are his own, W. W. Ward Let two of block one in Ward "'
calls on a man with a family. With a City 8 7 20 1.03Ozena m M = >! ,--
and is still our greatest --
f'tad he has been citrus grove you not only have an en- ; Tot five. of bloek 1 ha Ward
'
But until quite recent Godwin a 7 20 U'l Mrs. J. E. Alvarez Commenting at S line of Fuller :. ; ? :,
{ pioneer. dowment policy but you have an an- City block in Ward 1 land and ran S 375 feet. '
Lot two of two ( -i
cuss he has never been Ozena Godwin thenee W 420 feet, thence N !' is: ; '
:
'times, as a for old and futhermore City a f 20 LOS '
nuity V'
; age a Ithenee E 420 feet also I J:; ,y. ,,
i.i good fanner. He has.never gotten secured income for life for those you E. J. Ward Lot three of block two in Ward 20 1.03 1 lot of land 110 feet N .. ,1/ t '
8 'I
t'
its full productivity City ---- and S by 210 feet E and W, I ':" .J !
toil
1of the leave behind and for their children's Unknown Lot one of block! three m Ward bounded N by land of W. Lake. -k- :'k. 'tSbylandofJaLG.CneDoE
tU old pioneering days land was City a 720 $2.15Ovens 'r' .
children. Godwin Lo\ two of block! three in Ward Sanderson's lane r L broad and the'tlggregate :
F.iie3Atbe,: ; horizon was "Still keeping ten acres we can City J 7:0 1.03raknown I J. C. Alvarez b3 &enS Sa E'4 fll ZE' ,- ':
of what he made was pro- our -Le4 ei.gbt of bleak J m Wm and 1 acre ia NE14 of SE& f.'t
;J subdivide these into halves; one for City J 7.20 131L of section 29. township 6, S : ..
erred not from so much per acre, but W. ClO6by __Lot 1. 11 and :3 of block 8 I Range 22E 29. < 23 J' I 1XWAM ,
citrus fruit for
? total amount one vegetables. in Ward City a 7 20 US I -E. T. Campbell. -Bloelc 1 in Alvarei'i additioa .. '
Jrather, from so much per "Five acres in citrus friut win commence -Lot three of block 11 in Ward to Starke i f I
:01 City ---_---,- a.7.20 LOS E. W. .Driggea Estate -....One lot 10S feet square in SW 4' .3
acres. to yield considerable revenue Ozell& Godwin .. -1nt four of block! 11 in Ward comer of SWU of SW s of .t"
----- .
7
The really small yield per acre after the fourth It is'' true City 8 'l 20 'LOSOzeu section 23, township C, S range f 1.,t. -
year. and 12 of bIDet 22 E i 28 C'21 c lit
his which the fanner --Lots 1. 5. 11. :
Godwin LU
,:fwm crops there is waiting time for three years, in Ward City -------------- 8 'I 20 1.86W. Jrs. .A. E. Draggers --.5 acres in SE corner of SEU r ;ij .,-, yz
''seemed only capable of raising necessitated Ward .---Lots 3 and 8 of block U in of SEA of section 2V,township i ji }' 1 ,;'
W
but that is not and in the !
reach long mean- Ward City 8 7 f0 1.21W 6. S range 22 E n. 22 !i. 4J* ..
many acres to a time we have as heretofore the whole W Ward Lot i of Block! IS in Ward tin. Jennie !land BoWm.n .Tests 1 and 3 of block 16 ia .1. : 11
point where farming became a lucrative City S 120 L03 StarkeFractional !! !: j II.SI '

not ten acres under grass for hay, say -Lot 12 01 block 13 in Ward E. C. Eeiberger .... ._.... lots A. B. C. D. of _:'ti-T' ': -
business. It was quantity a 7 20 1.03 '
City __ block 2 in Wynna- addition to (" $ ,
$14 to $20 net and clear. For
an
acre .
quality that filled the purse. Every- Ozell& Godwin Lots 1. to 11 and 11 of block Starke UT.. .4
the firstthree years we can.have at 14 in Ward City S If 20 LBI -Lots 4 and 5 of block 1. and ;". ;I". !
thing was on a large scale except the"Jlrofiti W. W. Ward Lots i and 9 of block Ii inWard lot 11. 12, 13 and 14 of block J : 1. .
least e ght'aeres under vegetables City I 7 20 1.21 aV' ; to.. "
which was exceedingly -- 2, Davis and Troby addition t s '
r per acre which should net $1,600 to $2,000 a W. W. Ward Tnts 1. !. 5. ud I of bloek !r; : to Starke .., y i" SUI.
. small 15 in Ward City 8 .f 420.. ,1.88. L. M. little -23 acres of land bounded E f S,= .
year. After the third year we must Lot T of block 15 in Ward f' ,1 by Myrtle street S by Math-V. .
Gradually, due in part to a better -City 8 720 ,. LnLota a'a- on street W by lands of W. J l' ";
GBderstanding and a higher aim in be content with five acres in vegeta- 8 and 9 of block U. m T.- ., -r.---. --. E. Wainright. N by % section .:". ,.'.' .J.. '"
-
I bles, netting say $1,500 (this is not Ward City --_ a f 20 1.10 -, ,"-._ .. lute, section 29, township C, .. -J!

farming and due also to the teaching Ozell& Godwin 1..t 8 of block! 11 in. Ward :_:_,_J,___.. .....- SranzeE.alIo'&ereof '. _" /Or' r' ,
:'ef American school of-agrieottore out of the way) and five acres in a City "' 8 1 20r.. r LOS land commencing SW cor4 !I.tl -.J... .
many an of boek! 1J! in Ward ner of Myrtle and Madison : If;4'
W. W. Ward _ -Lot 1 i } +
: to the activity of experimentshttions grove, netting the fourth year some a f %0 U1 -4-:, streets and ran S 135: feet 1 ',"". '" 1i.'J ....'"" t '
-
rob and 8 of block 20 in thenee W 105 feet thence E 105 _-- : '1 -
$200 per acre or $1,000 but withan 7 ,v
and to the support and scope say 0CqcIwba Ward City 8 f ZO 131Osena feet thence N 210 feet thence l X: : [ : : ::T" Lx -.f it '

ef investigations by the United States ever-increasing revenue year by W. W. Ward I..t I of block 21 in Ward .q? E 210 feet to point of beginning ; d '!, f
LOS of section 29:, twonship i E'
8 f 20 "
'A in its tenth
Department of Agriculture, the lesson year. grove year will Godwin Lot 12 of block! 21 in Ward .. S range 22 29 ( 22 !..f". ilea

ia been learned that fewer yield a net revenue of $500 to $600 an City n_ -' 8 f ZO LOS W. M. Jlurdongh -Lots 1.2,1. 1 and 10 of block i .' a
-
r acres, OJeDa Godwin -Lot! 3.4.7. and 9 of block U 2 in Davis and Troby's addition f :......; '
: scientifically cultivated win in acre or even more. in Ward City 8 7 20 LBI to Starke .: 4L2a .

"Here is insurance here is W. W. Ward -Lobi i ud 1 of block U in Peterson .. _.-Lots 1 and 2 of block 7 and H"., 'j. ...
,the end pay better than many acres your ; Ward City a T ZO U1Krs. lots 1 and 2 of block 8. ia ,\.e.; I

fanned in a hap-hazard manner.' In your.old .age annuity; here is your L. A. .bdmoa .JSW's of SE% and SE's of S Livingston, Truby and Coj ,' ";' -] ,. ,
WL 9 7 20 80 Ul sub division to Starke. i JT,
the end quality pays better than quan- provision for your family and your Unknown ,.-NEB ot. SE% .- 1& 'f 20 CO LN -Lot ( and 7 of block 27 in .-, .. ,.:., ', "

"tity. grandchildren. What other state in Unknown -.S1s of tot 1 -_ 18 'I 20 40 I.U Livingston. Truby and Coa addition : j 4. 4: '
-Lot I 18 'J 20120 7.81JL to StarkeCommencing _ ..._. V : MM .
"But be all this as it may, what I the Union can offer such opportunities ,L. Shaw ----SW. of NE14 and SE% of :r' Kortis smith ..._ 105 feet S of S 4 i. i.t''

; such certainties for NW1.4 and NE14 of SW14 and W corner of Myrtle and Madison ..- ,' ; T
'
easly gained J'
want to get down to is the question -
NW. of 8V4 IS 'f.1O 110 13.19 streets and ran W 105 c- :
ef small holdings in preference' to livelihood? And with it all your home. Mitchell Hilt N 35 &eftS of SE'4 of SE1,4 __ u 7 to U x40 feet thence S IDS feet three C.:- :?ins 1' ,
"This is indeed W. M. BobeDoD Lot A sub division of lot 1 of ,ktf111Li: ..::r'_ E 105 feet. thenee N 105 feet ';.t: .r"S-" f .
large acreages in Florida. Nowhere the climax. Your boek 17 and sub divisions of .....:.1.. a : ., ..a'A to point of beginning; in Starke. f, loti -
the in the whole Union home. No rent, no need for mortgages and B of lot 1 .r block 20 -...:... Unknown ._......_...._ _2 acres of land beginning atS J1::! --r.. .. '
; can more in Sampeon City C 721 US E comer of Madison and West- __ -.....:.'.:-.1j'j't .
money be made per individual acre no interest. With such a revenue WIlL EoberIoD lots commencing at a point". ...r i. moreland streets and ran S Co...: j jT'''' '; .'
V "l
assured section line dividing see.tiona 420 feet thenee E 210 fee'I.: .\ s .,jr; i "J
thin ia this state, and this is especially any mortgage raised or capi- 011 side of thence N 420 feet thence W ': 'n !
4 and aouth \
5. on
the case in the citrus belt. tal borrowed with which to make the G. S. and F. ran way right of 210 feet to point ef beginning w' Jt :w ki ,-
in Starke _, I Ut F"J. 0-
Two thousand dollars a year is start can soon be paid off and after 1Io"Easterl7 way thenee U4 S feet 571 to feet said them right A. Wainright.John -C acres,, of land in NE corner .J,,!. >dl, !. V ? ,' ,

.'-nek such a very large income for a that comes the supreme satisfaction of way thence W alone Aid 0....-.. SE bounded% acre in .;> U If' ', :_, rNE
right of way 420 feet to the corner E by see't .r ,, 1E
family to subsist on, for the childrento of .untramm ned ownership. AH you point of beginning in NW's tion line between 23 and 29. r,, '?it '\-iS: : l, '
be have all of 'W1A 4 Tn 2 343N ''S by S. A. L. Hallway W by ." ,," .. ,
clothed and educated, for the your surroundings are yours, P. "Cawthan _SW14 of SEy4 U 'l n.&o. 2.68L BCteh's place, N addition -
.payment of life insurance premiums, your own possession, disputed by no T. Lovelace -8W1.4 of NE4 and SE} of .- r T"W1A tion line ia ; ,. s. .I
23 72180 UO also 4 acres of land eoozBeno- ,! t 4 _, ,4 :, >" ,

aid for many other etceteras the one."The Unknown -Et: of NE'4 of SELh S5 'I n 20 U& log at NW corner of the SW's'..- :' ,"' J J

head of the family is called upon to crux. The keynote. The place John A. Livingston 'E14 of NE 31 'l 21 40 US of SW}{ and run E 484. feet. k5
thence S 418 feet thence W 1
-
'pay out in the course. of each twelve belongs to me. No debt: no penury; J. H. Owens .-.-.-.-SE1'{ of of SE NE14 3. and SWLti of _' 36 T 21 IiO Y'SE US 484 feet them N 418 feet to :; 1; !

month., sufficient for life -All 1 7 L 140 304.87 point vl beginning of section ;' '; : to -
; enough to providefor Wall Bro 28. township 6. S range 22- !8' 22 ;; !2CU -
IUSS.
-SE' of Z 'f 222 40
'* A. J. Grits i SW144 Parker Lot 4 of bloek 1 of Livingston. : !
To earn this amount with'any degree your family; ample with which to A. Carter _NE of 'W'4 S 'l U 40 P8'Unknown Truby and Coj sub divisio.. r. '; 4.IIJ

of certainty each year, how save. Such is a small holding in -- _NW'T of "E1.4 1esa 5 urea in S. G. Shiner Lots 3 and 4 of block 34. of- t
..
NE earner ._. .- I 'l 22 U 17.40 i
.a+any acres would the northern, east- Florida." Xli. Emma Ott W'4 of SE14 of SE; and SE 4t w TV. sub Livingston.dirisioa Truby and Coj I'
of SE4 of SE14 4< 7 22 30 11." T.7S a I
em or western farmer have to till E. E. Styx ---_._... "E of SW1,4 4 7 2Z 40 lUO SILAS un. Qty Tat CsCeetsc.

aad cultivate? That is to say an aveare STYLE! STYLE! S. S. Chandler :1E14: of NWI.4 4 'l 23 40 0.11 :. 4 .
.
Marshall Jackseol1 &ere aquare in "E lOr. ' s farmer on an average farm. In (E. M. Knight.) per of a tot owned by Andrew ',. ,..

ho a ,sections of the country it is4oie I wonder Oh, I wonder Jackson of NW in%SE corner of SE ,1 722 1 \ 632Milea

aft exceptionally good farm thatwould What the style will be Robinaoa R ginning 210 feet E of "W s a
,
of of NE14 of
year in and year out, yield to When the year rolls 'round, earner section 5 and NWy running S 210 4 3 1

the:owner $40 per acre revenue over The of feet. thence E 420 feet. thence '
year twenty-three. N 210 feet, thence W 420 feet 3
**S above expenses. -It would be better to point of beginning I 732 J 1.1 IN
,
: count on not more than Will C. M. Sparkmaa -- Three IICIS commencing at N
$20 an the women wear the pants, W eorner of NW1 of !'l:14 STOCK t'
nuclear net profit. A farmer then Which and IUD S 420 feet thence E
they're '
trying to obtain
; 630 feet thence N 210 feet 0 '
have 1 PLLuBJ BES.lW'S "
at least 100 STE.U( FEEDS
acres from In this they may succeed them W 420 feet thence N
h 1to be certain of 210 feet. thence W 210 feet to I MATCHERS SELl' FEED RIP
an annu hio$2X But I .
hope not just the same.How point of beginning m NWLsof w TOWER EDGERS TRnnrF.1l"PERKL '
te of ), and in those climates 'E1.4 i 7.22 I c.n S' SHINGLE HACHCFERT

a* one knows better that the Unknown \11 of l\"W1,4 of SE14 lying
b self farmer about their beautiful hair E of railway i 722 11 L'i8 ENG1NEs'p t. 40 .. 8.1 WJID.LSBOILEJU. '

what strenuous labor it entails Which now they value high? Millie Jones One acre in NW earner of W cep t. 40 L Ucr.t acrd Heayr3AR'DUST
to Approximately I of 'W% of NE lsWof
even reach that Soon the scissors will come down railway 8 722 1 2.03N COn tIOl33 SUB C.UETOBSG.UOun l

anacDt, :. And then old two acres of E' of NWt : E. GIDS STEAM FEEDS _
hair good-bye. of SW _
'Mfa
8 722 2 1.03
acre sin Florida are equiva- ; J. E.' Sullivan -8>r of NE14 of NE1s t 1 22 20 9.96Wm. LATH MILLS STATE XILLSDUSTOX

.lentto,100 &tra is in the north east Tell Edwards -SW! of NEC{ 10 T 22 40 21.43L d SAWS:
me of the whiskers, K. Little -S'4 of "E14 of 'E'4 10 'l 22 28 991L
.-west.fop 3W BITS fer all ...u. .f ?
if savra
:
properly and intelli- Which are a to x. Little -SW of NE'.i and SW 11 of
:z gi7 farmed I the annual pest man.You've SELF of NWLi& 11 7 22 SO 2463 SHAFTING Pn.LETS BOXES;

net income my consent, dear ladies, Paul Rroe. Ml ._ 12 1 32 140 322.57 BELTC', 4 ve41. t. beat w
r,1I1d above all expenses, from To E. B. Dees _SVi1l of NW ut and SLr ofNWLi
grow them if you can. and NE' of SW% 15 1 22 160 11.88 LOG CLUNS c.\n noms TONGS f ',i
J5 "age, should easily reach $200 8. E. Van BareD SE14 of SW1. .- Ii 'l 2: 40 2.68 E\'EJUTllItG FaR TIlE J -
IICre: E. B. Dees SE1.{ and Err ofW31 and
', This:i3 Gentlemen, I can imagine SYi1.t of NWT 11 T 22 280 IUSI. SAWMILL ; ee
: by no means an excessive Should this .. K. Little "1:14 of 'E14 -- 13 1 22 40 %..63I. Write farPrices ,
On the I IO' thing come to pass; .. 31. Little NEt. of SE 4, _-_ 11 1 22 n US '
M- : contrary it is based That a lady in man's clothes Mary Rammage SE1i of SE",, ._ = 11 'J 22 40 3.79 4 'It i ',
ftl4: showing facts and yields Will Unknown That portion of N? of NW>4 1 { '
; surely be some class. W of railway __ 17 'l U IS !.U 1 : '
.
:: .considerably in excess of Unknown One Jot commencing it yards 4 -
Vi of SE of section lit
wt earner
But it
":+t atha is based on the Now ladies, please remember, ."d ran: N S0 Jards. thence 6" i :
: .that each acre will yield This style is W 111 yards theMe S 70 yards ,,
aqua taro awful bum; thence E 10 yarns to point of

ame4aad crops in a twelvemonth, And when you get our pantaloons leginn'nc in Hampton 1. 'l 22 .81 -
Unknown 4u 'Elia of N of rail-
SWSy
kcal sometimes four crops are You'll be a-going some. 1t 'l 22 J8 2.98 Only "BROMO QUININE" t Invigorating to the Pale ad SJ
one acre of land withf 14 of block U ia Ramp-
grtthegmntne.can for full name. ULTA-1 The CM Standard general stmt-fheniDV slag
f :3Pedal WI 1 IOn 11 t U UQIi TrHEK.OMOOCU.'IXE- kfoisisMlurecf CEOTE
TdTItI.D8c1
TONIC.dugout
,,,, or extra strena- -Raiford, Fla, July 2, 1914. -Lots 5,,6. 1. 8. and t of block E.W.GROVE. Cures a Cold ia One Day. Stop | Alalana aricaetie toaod andD.tids.Dtiresyf
I and lots 10. 11. ud L ofS cough and headache, and works off taSd zx.I tal. A true tGIUc. PaudllJ&l aadekaidrwr 1'"
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e I ..,.,-'; .,-:': PAGE :EIGHT '; .I IHE BRADFORD"COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY) JULY ,17th,


2 : .' proceeded from,the Masonic Hall at a 5 "r?
.f
.
.. I late hour 'Tuesday evening. I mightbe. I .., .

z ''!,. If. mistaken, but I think At was aWoodman' '

..- ; initiation. With all their Rheumatism.

k : News Items fun, theirs is a, very' useful order. Urn Well iiuiii Blo d'POisonti
County
[ The new postoffice is getting on
Malar1
Scrofula
', apace. The foundation is finished and 11 ,

It they are ready for the woodwork. The Ttedtadt BJack-Draaga Skin ;DrseaseBeea44 t,

dE iatirtlnl Fact Gathered During the Week, fcr Our; building will be of white brick veneer. bine best wound medktae S ....y

Regular Correspondents.I Word has' reached us that Mr. Geo. J itPuri
lever wed, writes LA.StedmaB .
F S, .t Lfl. Mann, who lost his wife, Mrs. Ida FIOIRLlPPMJUrS ;ti '' '

Mann, some months ,ago,.and who is PattoBvflleTexii. .t. 1 BloodJg!

well known in Lake Butler is afflicted yyjtoiasrarstss_ {!
ataseratuoel
{ "I Suffered terribly with Over lr':
Sapp.
; ENTERPRISE.One I with the same disease of which GREAT 'REMEDY-P. P P
The farmers of this section are busy
troubles and could itQeL-
that has get oo
of the best revivals .
his wife died. He.went to the ';'
.and housing their fodder at ; ;, hospital De-Anbeia4Pirstts. .. lhsae .tee0es: tile 8nuaaia"
toot heard of in Lawtey for sometime pulling time.: in Jacksonville for advice, but did The dodoes Said I 'had coosumption. "IttotbtDBWT ........- .....- Ina t$3.and
this I CIr._aeeathes fl'CllD
has just closed there with'sixty.- ''not remain. Mr. Mann is in business R;. with P.P.P.aaa '1.ts...".J. I.-l.oedidoe-tell ai a; "
Electric I could not work at
Silas Walker, of Jacksonville .stets tutees that
nine members added to the different : L DaridsoB. e 1.F. .
himself Lee.
Co., visited relatives here last for at We hope for hima aQ. Finally 1 tried yMIWtthbtaedlas' ks. f 4S
'
: churches. a'There'rwill Thursday and Friday. speedy recovery. IT W1LLfr.... ... TOO-AT ALL DIIUGClSTfr=$I.octft.: : ;
not be more news '
any Our new town marshal H. F. Gas. The Lake Butler baseball players F..V. UPPMAN. SAVANNAH Or-ORCl
,
the posto ice InDODU'SBLACK' ;
from Lit, Florida as 'I challenged the team in Raiford to a
kips is prompt in lighting our
very
be
there has been closed. It will all
,
friendly match which off
street lamps, which adds much to the came on
from Enterprise now. Tuesday. The score stood at 7 to 12 in -_
convenience of town
; Mr. W. A. Jones, :who is erecting beauty and our favor of Raiford. ..The game, it is

? the residence of Mr. J. S. Norman, at night. said unfinished the visitors having WHENEVER
was YOU
of visited .
Q visited relatives at Theressa Saturday R. B. Roberts, Worthington, train .BEEP.1 IA
to catch the last home. This
relatives here Sunday. '

ti; Mr.and 0.Sunday.J. Phillips has accepted a Louis Taylor, who is teaching at leaves us''without a decision as to DRAUGHT ,

reliable position with the Lawtey Palestine school, visited his parents who Mr.the Wm.winners Johnson were., proprietor of the GENEHAL TONIC 0 TAKEGn r

here Sunday.
: Drag Co. We all wish you much success The Raiford baseball team playedthe ;;Times, has had installed in his homea and to my surprise I get better .... ,-

,
r Mr., Griffin.. Cason, of Rising, visited here Lake Butler team at Lake Butler Willie beautiful Kimball she player piano.when and am today as weD as any The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill'Tonic! is L' ,
May
can play
"
Tuesday afternoon, the score being says man. Thedford's Black- '
i Sunday afternoon. they put on a record. Valuable as a General Took because it:Acts oa the L.
has been 12 to 5 in favor of Raiford. Draught IS A general, cathartic
revival
The at
Lawtey Drives Out Nbbfi Enriches the Blood
t Services will be held at the Methodist Mr. H. J. Stewart has returned and Builds ,
*t veil attended from here. from visiting his mother in vegetable liver medicine, that, J: 'Grown :
church, Morning 11:00 and night Georgia.Mrs. theWholeSysfem. Pecplsand Children
Some of our soldier boys were surprised
Stewart and has been regulating irregularities -
family
are
7:30. The church is beaatifuly lined expected MMMMMMT BBSSSSSMaMaBIJ -
when heard that the
Starke they would not be at the and sealed inside. (This contributes to on Wednesday. of the liver, stomach and Yon know what poi are Ping when yon take Grove's. Tasteless ehin-

L company Black Point. a greater, ease in singing and speak- Two good congregations turned out bowels, for over 70 years. Get as the formula is printed o curly label showing tint it contains the

meeting- at ing. Next' Sunday will be the first to the services in the Methodist a package today Insist on the tonic properties of guININH twit IRON.. It is as strong as' the stro..."_'

Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Reddish visited services in the finished building. A church last Sunday. I togenuineThedfocd's. nic and!is Tasteless F
V V here Sunday. Revival services commenced at the E'lOhe Weakness, general ddnHty end loss of appetite. Diva life sad vigor to
number of members will be .
'szp Mr. J. E. J. visited at new re
Wainright church Mothers and Pale. Sickly CnOdrea. Kemoves Bias: without.
Baptist on ,Tuesday evening.The .
'" awtey Monday. ceived. Relieves oervon depreuioa mid low spirits. Arouses: the. liver to
evangelist is the Rev. Cloar of
; ? purifies toe blood. A Trae Tank and Sure Appetizer: ACoiinplete "

V VANDERBILT. HAMPTON. Gainesville. At the time of openingthe No family should be witbo, w. Guaranteed by youz Draggist. We
reverend gentleman had not ar- was needed elsewhere to carryon

Fodder pulling and potato planting When the revival closed at the rived. Brother Proctor, the pastor, the work of the Lord, had the tent

r is the order of the day. Baptist church Tuesday night, Hampton ably filled the breach. Brother Cloar sent to Baldwin Monday and is holding SEEDS SEnDSf--
; School is progressing nicely under saw the close of one of the greatest arrived -
just in ,time to say a few services there this week.
the of Prof. E. M. revivals it has ever had. There
management +
f words. These ifleetings will continue There were 188 professed conversions : '
b 25additions 3 letter and 22 Cow br Field Peas; Velvet Beans Sorghu
I might and Miss Attie Lee. were by every evening at 7:30.It during the meeting which just ;

V Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whitehead and .by baptism. Bro. Newton, of Columbia is a good sign of prosperity whena came to a close. Seventy-five professed Millet. Just Received'Stock'ofNa", '

little daughter visited their parents College, preached and Bro. E. M. bank increases its consecration and 81 ,
I business. The joined the dif- Crop all Varieties of '
Henderson the led the Turnip /
Sunday. pastor, sing
Farmers' and Dealers' Bank is doing ferent churches. Of the above num-
school at Emanuel is ing. These two men have labored Seed Garden Seed Poultry ,
Sunday young
{ progressing $20,000 more business than at this ber of 81 about'a score to be trans- : <

V:r'. V very nicely. Everybody iscordially faithfully and prayerfully while time last year.Although fered from one church to another and Feed audSupplies; Incubators 4 .
here and have the hearts of not
invited to attend. won we have no figures it is some by letters. The collection was Oldest established aid largest Seed Home" Florida., !
t the but of the _
Messrs. E. M. and A. L. Knight only Baptist people evident that a like prosperity attendsthe $144.76. }; j 7

spent Saturday and Sunday in Raiford entire community by their earnest Lake Butler Bank, for its staff krllaated.Catalogue. .It.tJ

ft'. as guests of their cousin, 'Mrs. Sam work and congenial manners. It is work into the late hours of the night. MAXVILLE. E. A.MARTIN ,SEED' CO:1: f'

,
TIWe.Mr. hoped that the effects of this revival Randall Harris and family have :
Miss Mary Rineherd has'returned .
Charley Bloodworth was a caller will be felt for many years to come. to her home near the Mammoth Cave, moved into their home in town and it 206 East Bay St JACK5QNVILLE, .

at the home of Mr> and Mrs. S. J. During a part of.the week we were Kentucky. She seems good to have them in our midst ,
attempted to teach a
V Normhan's's Sunday afternoon. Mast glad to have with us Bro. N. T. King school so much more than when they lived
but her
summer health
.
tM be some attraction. ""* and wife of Tampa.' Bro. King was not equal to the strain. / was out in the country. Mr. Harris boughtthe '- d" '

: : .Mr. and Mrs. J. 0.. Yarborough for years pastor of different churchesin Cheering news has reached Mrs. town property last spring.

spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. this community and it is with pleasure Knight of a vast improvement in, the Lloyd Hamby has been serving as FaYoriteFertilil'

E..: Lewis. that we greet him again. health of her son, Edgar. night watchman at the saw mill at

Mr. L. Godwin, of Manville, visited Mrs. Alderman, of Lake Butler, Hugh.
,
r
Us friend, E. M. Knight, Sunday. spent Sunday here, the, guest of her LAWTEY. Sweet potato planting is quite an I j 4 '

''Lonzie Norman was on the sick listMonday. daughter, Mrs. A. A. Futch. Mr. C. H. Churchill came over from industry about Maxville now. The i'i

The little daughter of Mr. Chas. .Jacksonville Tuesday and spent the soil and weather are ideal for this .

1S; V Wonder why Mr. A. L.'Enight was Rivers, who is very ill at the home of day with his father, Mr. Samuel feat and nearly everybody is getting

ao anxious to go to Sunday school its grandfather, Mr. Silas Futch, is Churchill the experience enough at it to make them
occasion ME BESTFOR
being his 91st ,
"
n afternoon? Of be better at this writ II
Sunday coarse, weI reported to no experts. -'
birthday. Mrs. William Thede Rev.
V Iraow what his attraction was. ing. We are indeed sorry and Mr. Olin Boggess and Mr. Geo. L. ,Futchalso Fred Lucas is harvesting and baling 'J ,.

n' Ii1 ss Lizzie Mae Buchanan visited Rivers has the heartfelt sympathy of his splendid crop of cow peas this .
_:
spent a part of the day and ate
the Misses Normans friends here in his week.A .
Sunday. his _
many sorrow. s
dinner with the:old gentleman and ,
,
,Wonder what.young man could not' Misses Ella Green, of Grandin, and number of the town and nearby ML CROPS '
the
day was a most enjoyable one to ,
decide to call on his best girl last Ina Rogers, of Putnam Hall, were the country men are spending consider- 1 'r '
all Mr. Churchill has been a resident ..... far Cat.....
_ Banday but he decided to stay home? guests of Miss Rogers' sister, Mrs. here for about 25 Al able time clearing Speeds grove' for *

t Most have more nerve than that. Mada Miller, several days this week. though old in years'and years.somewhat the big picnic to be held here on Tuesday

Misses Ruth and Ada Kennedy, of Mr. Joe King and wife, of Tampa deaf his .July 21st. This grove makes an
is :
eyesight good, and is able
Lake Geneva, were the guests. of Miss are visiting friends and relatives here ideal place for such a gathering. P
to read the Bible daily, which has been ,t
Fannie Crews Monday. for two weeks. From five to eight carloads' ties '

Mrs. Maude Archer, of Key West, Mrs. Harrison and Mrs? Smith, of his spectacles custom and for can many hitch years, without a team are being shipped from Manville every INDEPENDENT FERTILIZERJACKSONVILLE .

/Visited her brother, Mr. J. G. Crews, Sampson, were shopping here Tues up day. .
of mules and do the work of an average .. ..
last week. 0. G. Lohrig was.a Maxville visitor 't \
day.Miss man of 40 '\ .
.' Bev. B. A. Guy will begin a revival Lizzie Rowe is on a two-weeks' years. last Friday.C. ; FLA. .. ,
Rev. J. M. Futch and wife, of Elar- ;<. -
meeting Saturday, July 18 and continue visit here to her father and mother, B. Kimbrell is having a real nice ': '
bee, were guests Sunday at the homeof sx: SELL SEED| POTATOES
\ a week or ten days. Everybody Mr. and Mrs. Rowe. She has held a i fence built in front of his residence
Mr.
and Mrs. G. L. Futch.
is cordially invited to attend. Rev. responsible position in Tampa for across the track from'the-depot Mr. -
Mr. E. L. Jones of Callahan _
,
was a
Eubanks will assist him in the work. sometime. Kimbrell and his family are expectingto
visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs.T. rte--,
_
t Miss Ethel McColsky, and bright move to Maxville this fall -_ t 4 :

;- ; RAIFORD. little daughter, Mada, were week-end J. Terry last Sunday.Mr. A new agricultural and stock raising .a K: "Od.JIe llerg By AJl] taus"ffiEI 2
{;: \ Mrs. Fannie Johnson, of Jacksonville Enoch Griffis and family are ,

t. visited relatives here last week. visitors to relatives last week.. spending ,a few weeks at Daytona company has bought property]

V J. E. Byrd and family, of Worthington Miss' Clara Thigpen, of Waldo, Beach. here and are beginning already to extend nIl II11HI EltjtHti

spent the week-end with Misses ,Ethel the fences and increase the hum .
; visited his parents here last Saturday Mr. L. 1.; Sapp, Jr., was a business
and Eunice Hicks having come up ber and size of the buildings it .
7 V and Sunday. tovisitor to Jacksonville Wednesday.Mr. on e u OLD HEIDELBERG.IB [ 1)\
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attend the revival. Their coming and the .
Dr. Wilbur Farnell is wearing a 4- B. D. Kelly, of Raiford, is in publicity their Dark Bottles :'JlA
Mrs. Kate Sparkman-spent Sunday advertising in live stock -
centers will (
foot smile this week. He. is now a full- Lawtey this week soliciting subscriptions i genuine old style German beer iha .
here the guest V of relatives. give Manville
#. ; fledged M. D. for the Raiford Tribune, a weekly a good effect. It is reported jjlexrare to drink. Mad? from pure malt

w Willie Hollingsworth and family] Mrs. Jennie Roper, of Hague came newspaper which will be publishedin that their inspector has visiteda hops only Extra: fine quality and the
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to attend the revival and while number of places in Florida buy. t
'it up and se 3' Ur money can
visited his parents at Starke Saturday Raiford in the near future .
here was the guest of her mother lected Maxville as the most desirableplace I dexea --*
,,, and Sunday. Mrs. 0. L. Thomas and little son: ---t-- N '
Mrs. Elsie Sparkman. for his L .. $ s
; company to locate, from 3 dozen.: -
Miss Eva J. C.
: Brooks returned to her are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'uM
Miss Clara Hunt'leaves*Friday On the viewpoint of soil health for 1.8 dozen ask -.
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G ,: home at Providence Friday, after Enoch at Daytona Beach this week. '
a visit to friends and relatives in and stock, raliroad facilities, etc BLUE GRASS. !'
spending a few pleasant days with Mr. A. M. Blanchard with a gang .
1. South Flordia. While away she will The picnic to be held in Speer's bottled bier that always,
her brother, J. A. Brooks. of helpers are busy this week movingthe A high grade
visit several South Florida towns of Grove in the edge of Maxville on next asffefaetkm and a favorite amongst those
Miss Rosa Byrd and Edna old school building to make
Epp rson room
interest. Tuesday 21st ; scant an extra pale beer. Try itI 1
July be :
will an important iii'
attended hurch here for the
Sunday.Mrs. new building on the old site. :
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A. A. Futch who, on July 4th, was and interesting event. Everybody dozea
Will The old ..d
.Roberts left Tuesday for building will be placed on -Jr- ,
accidentally'shot is able to be will and 3 deuBli ...:.. u-.
on dutyat come bring a big'dinn r bas V ; ---
Rogers Sanitarium in Jacksonville the park where it will be used:;for ::
where the bank. ; a ket filled with good things to eat. The doze cask ., ... .J.BUR.iER'ft ...-___--59
she
an hall
: L willundergo operation.We town and other purposeS >
all hope her a speedy and full re Mrs. J. G. Spicher and daughter. Mrs. Joseph Antle and children, of! committee will keep a fresh barrel of 1 SPECIAL. 'i '

i covery. of Fremont, Ohio, are visiting Fi: H. Tarpon Springs, are guests at the lemonade And a fresh barrel of ice A good eartra pale beer that is worth i.

tV r. Spicher.The water nandy for all during the entiTp.day. than the price asked. We do a Ug bv$
: J. L.
Bryan visited his son in home of Mrs. Antle's parents Mr. and: Btrrt -- best'ibe '
it the
find
annual'city election held Tuesday An interesting and especially ._ GD this brand and you will, ,
Jacksonville last week. Mrs. J. C. Hess. After spending '
a ,. market fOr the price. 1:
resulted in the elections
'V V Fred Tadmon, of Lake Butler, wasa : following week here they will join Rev. Antlein helpful program will be rendered under 1 4w_ _. .----- -..r-$
visitor here the direction! of Agricultural Adviser -
t
Sunday. Jacksonville and go to their old
S tubas
Mrs. G. B. Sapp and .Mayor, Dr. W. E. Middleton. homo in Ind. Watson, of. Duval county. The
Indianapolis where
son, Ury, left they
t r Cleark and .... k
E treasurer, W. G. Seals. trip would pay well any people in the TOAH c .
Wednesday for Hot Springs, for the will spend about a month.
4 benefit of the fetter's health They Marshal, P. B. Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torode were nearby towns for the dav should they prices F: Q JL J. ... Florida. When you order bottleshipped ;

;' will be accompanied by Mrs. John] Aldermen, W. B. Alexander, W. L. visitors to Jacksonville Tuesday. -ome and accept'of the hospitality ofMuville's whether; to ...ti!B.+ ;. mmrafta*. When bottles you order free of r1"
Bugg, J. H. Pollard. farmers. by EXpIIS .t13t nQ jetnrn empty

Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Black, of Send them to vx xndi..wiII allow JOB 15 cents a dozen. Q, f.

., Starke, spent several days last week Shippenda"nyU& t "t

IlllATISM DlSTED LAKE BUTLER. here at the home of Mr. and Mrs.Oddish. : T'oe NOTICE.lustration books .for the town e* Write'far rile Ifirt pot' Jilt w all teadiae. brands ofKACIZK WlDf I ....

Terrific cries that sounded like a ':I'arlre will be oven for the registration of whiaiey. -"-

+ Many people suffer the tortures ol! drowning cow in the death struggle Mrs. Valley: Reddish and little rff 0.1', ", tn t*>e S"ond Saturday in August 1 lULTMKAD.Thetactt t-.'-
low 914 at --Ii.
h nude*and stiffened Quijley' lumbor y riC. haadetietoafrwas .6
joists because! i i proceeded from 'the lake last Saand iauehter A. We popolar ncr b'iM ,
of impolitic! in the blood, and tr y. Eva, and little Arthur FUTCH rear t.rn-

1 seeding attack teems more acute each ;: I I day evening. We hastened to the Trodes were visitors. to Starke on Reristrat'on Officer for the Town of Slarke.WOTICE Lew flux K d s* 1sr .... 'sasses- Lo then, I per vca6.-

M t tfaeumatismhas invaded thewbolc system.' dock to see what it all intent ar>dim !'nyday. OF TAX EQUALIZATION. A ntnttmag eeaiiaeasaa-ntriodc ClllllPJi with ad the Inca s ;,
To arrest rheumatism it Is vct-'ce. fa N wby given that the boardiIdermen of iiie.& s
quite found that be .el"dars.heee s 'i
can "
that
portant to improve general health j, it was only two ti.hermeri The revival services of.5 dats'd'U.. l and the tax uatttor of the ToW of I license. A.eocI..... Prriet ad a tIIiae for then"Id. ronmer "' 4I ;.

!. purify; your boodand the cod liverY oil 8S i!i in a boat that had got between an old tion at the tent in the school yard.Ic"o'd Starve Monday wf be August in cesaion S. a 1914.* the eonnc'l and continue chamVr money mahr'f f' she eeid dries {BBC, vbaltKtfM_, drink.14i 'tl.-;
r 1DScott.wuJ.sioDia alligator and her lands. xs '- --------- "
: maker natnre'sgreatblood- nest and the awfu? : last Sunday right. The meet "C"n dev to day for the onrpoEe of bearing I 1 dour 'WI. i-
; while its 3 tan
e medicinal complaints and receiving tcv _
nourishment sounds ; testimony as to tesl '
were only the S domr.
strengthens the I poor 'gato : rr: W P ore erand snirirnnl feast ->(' of *
t .organs to expel the any property real or personal as1fri 11 daitn Pali tu5 11.-
impurities and cries of protest. from M the tex apseeror of fail torn:
; upbuild your strength. the teTinri to th<* end. and it and

; ,everyday Scott Emulsion who helping thousands I Talking about cries and awful vas with regret of the entire cornnnn- inert Nr1'miI'P"lslulr o* iM Torn of and Starke eqaaUzine for the the year 8r 19 forBURNER: BROTHERS i
'a could pot find other soalds. These u required by law.
relief. ,were sounds of merrij that the ]
] y rieetir-e I Jacksonville
Pffaj the almhfilif 11bstitutea. ron'd not latnger. E. S. MATTHEWS. P. O. B6r7 354-2J X infliieA"e. ,
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inert of the most hilarious kind, and ? Eat: Rev. Ercll, feeling that Cha'nran Board Aldcrn en.
I Attest: C. A. Patch. Clerk '., waawes -
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