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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 24, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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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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J ')_-'J. r.ortaiI-Cases Threshed Church. Refused-To Accept Resignation Freak Who Died Recently At .Argument of-Injunction Suit To Web Worm Hag-Made Its Appear. Many Bills Approved f and War-

Out Before Judge :, of Dr.! Harris.. Orlando Had Wealthy Be Heard Before Judge ance Here. rants Drawn in ;.

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; A: gfttd tern of the Bradford Hi Harris now of Devil's Lake North Baltimore, Md., July 21.-(Special) On the grounds that sufficient notice ,ning observed that a species of caterpillar Starke, Fla., July 6, 191L a
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1 t1I qty circuit court, .was convened Dakota, will be disappointed that they -News of the death of Hannah Calder was not given, Judge Wills, of the II was attacking his strawberryplants. Board met pursuant to adjournment
; Iten. Monday and lasted four days, will not return to Starke as bas'beenexpeeted. in Orlando, Fla., recalls to the Eighth Judicial Circuit, in Gainesville, He noticed that they were with all members present MinUtes

Wlil}:!(j jafc'Judge J. T. Wills presiding and minds of persons familiar with Hartford refused yesterday to"hear- the injunc batched in webs attached to the leavesof of last meeting read and-approved.N. .
i'iStoto; Attorney A. V. Long present The church at Devil's Lake refusedto county affairs the strange case of tion brought by Herbert L. Anderson, the plants and from there attackedall H. Stokes made a'report of the
":I;Mr.: Long was assisted by Hon. J. H. accept Dr. Harris' resignation, and I the daughter of a wealthy farmer of this city, a well known attorneyand parts of the vine and if not checked action of the Lake Butler tiustetq in 't. |i;Will imL Several civil cases were dis- at this time he cannot give up the there, who, from her earliest child considered the leading member of would destroy the plant Mr. Man regard to sale of Lake Butler bonds.

1 r'i| posed af and a ,large number of im- work there. hood, rebelled at being girl or woman. the Progressive party in Florida, to ning killed all the caterpillars he The returns of the, elections of the 5
t, 1 portant criminal cases were heard. The Devil's Lake church is a live, She lived for years in Florida as a determine the legality of the Bryan could find and sent some of them to following sub-districts were canvassed
i following is a summary of the busi-' active church and fully cognizant of man, associated with men and lived primary law, the matter to have come I the experiment station at Gainesville and results of ram.declared as
"I. f:DIll: disposed of on Monday, ffuestnd the fact that in Dr. Harris they havean with a woman who was supposed to up for argument yesterday before, From them he received the following folllows:

lcJa'7( Wednesday able and gifted man. be her wife. Only on her deathbedwas Judge Wills, but being now referredto letter upon the subject: Vanderbilt district--Trustees, J. G.

.:',' ":" (, Monday.J During Dr. Harris' stay in,.Starke, her sex discovered. The "wife" Judge Daniel A. Simmons; and to I I July 16, 1914. Crews, L. L. Sapp, F. if. Norman, 3
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f U !*Court was called to order by Sher- he made many warm friends and' his died two.years ago. be heard at 10 o'clock next Saturday Mr. D. W. Manning, mills assessed. t

'J 1 Ie S.:: B. Denmark, Judge J. T. Wills connection with the church here. was The same woman was a sensationin morning in the circuit court here. Starke, Fla. Graham district-Trustees elected, C. '
': presiding: and State Attorney A. V. most successful and happy.It Baltimore 25 years ago when she The' next hearing will attract a Dear SirYour :- I B. Roberts, W. T. Wasden, 0.. W.
,: @;Long present. will be recalled that through the took a pretty- Hartford county girl be- large number of prominent businessmen letter of the 10th also specimen : Dyall, 3 mills asses.--!*!.
l- kl\i1'I Grand Jurors. efforts of Dr. Harris the old Parrish fore a clergyman that part of the citizens and those particularly under separate cover, is at hand. Long Branch district-Trustees-

Jt6rhe following grand jury was1''f'J house was converted into the'present state, told the clergyman, who knew t interested in political affairs. The suitvas This is the strawberry web 'worm lected, .B. F. Renfroe, J. E. Adkins,
rdriwn: : J. E. Harper, foreman, Vic- modern rectory and in all branches of her family, that she was a man in brought against H. Clay Crawford which can be easily destroyed by the S. C. Crews. 3 mill assessed.

isr ttor Allen,.J. M. Truby, A. C. Craw the work unusual interest and prosperity spite of the fact that she had dressedin secretary of state, the action being use of arsenic, either.as Paris Greenor Little Springs district-Trustees'

I. !ford,-Eo M. Folsom, Henry Gaskins, came out of his splendid management feminine attire since she could walk brought in,the circuit court, Sec- lead arsenate. Of course you haveto elected, T. H. Rimes, R., B. Roberts,
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;"., : Parrish, John Wilkinson, H. W. and leadership. and persuaded him to pronounce two ond judicial circuit.'in and for Leon exercise care in the use of these S.-W. DuBose. 3 mill assessed., 4
m-E.'T. L F. Kickliter, R/D.. : Strict Dig Harris finds the winters in persons, .both of whom wore skirts, county, but transferred to the Eighth arsenicals. I think you, will be able Lawtey district-Trustees! elected,

1'i'land,S. D. Brown, Henry Brown, Car- North Dakota too severe, after experiencing man and wife."Bride" judicial circuit for o' j ter'Neisome, John W, 'Griffis, L., F, the mild climate of Florida Taken Away From Her. Judge Malone, of the Second judicial I store, but if not 'it can be obtained Moore. "3 mills assessed

: Frtlick, James Cason,a L. Carter. .and he may eventually come south and After that marriage she came to circuit, is in ill health.It from the fertilizer house.in Jacksonville. Lake Butler Dij t Trustees

I t4l' Civil Docket. his friends here hope that he may return -' Baltimore. A week later the familyof is claimed.in the bill of com- All of the packages I have seen elected, Ht J. Stewart,'C J. Knight,
1 fit ; .The following cases on the civil ; to Starke some time in the near her "bride" took the bride away plaint that the Bryan primary law is have directions for use printed on P. M. Padgett. 3 wits assessed.

t i;.,docket: were taken up and disposed future. *lt VS..'
.'f r if.- Mrs. Harris is a general favorite married and the mother of a'happ) I been petitioned for an injunction directed ent packages \ I would be unable Powell, D. E. Knight E., S. Mat-
h ', .' Starke vs. W. C. Anderson, socially and their change of plans I brood ,of children. She is'living in against- the' secretary of state to give an ,exact formula for their hews. 3 mills assessed.: ;

fogj7tion th, C. A. Browning, John will be a great disappointment to the Hartford county. There are persons ito I restrain that official from .certifying {nee. 'I -..,--.- Palestine district Trustees elect

..'''AndelaoD"anel. '" John' W. Carter, as people of St Mark's church and living in Baltimore familiar with all the names of tHe primary nominees -j| Hoping this information will be Sufficient ed, W. B. Brannen, J. ,1;?. Gainey,:J.
.j.1'.F.amPllt damages ',$SOO.; Defendants throughout the town. where they are the details of the story. to the commissioners of th I am, F. Brannen. 3 mills Se8Sed.'I.. 1

jWithdrew all pleas>and consented to much beloved. Hannah .Calder wad about 60 years i I county for the official ticket in the Very truly' yours, Roberts district-Trustees elected,
4.fI t.;'judi .. t vr old. at the time of her death. She was i C!general election. .l P. H. ROLFS, H. H. Williams; C. :C.; Dautery,. ,G. .
fifrJb!; E. Flowers vs. W. X, W. C. T U. CONVENTION.The I the daughter Martin. Calder, a well-- The interest in the case has become tf } Director. F. Alderm n. 3 mills' assessed
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Tc.'t s \B.'Kettles: and J. H. Nettles;aetton Twelfth District Convention of known and.rich farmer of Federal Mill(statewide and the details of the injunction -, Sampson City district -< Trustees
Is t romiisorp note damages $200. the Woman's ChristianTemperance near Rocks of Deer Creek, Hartford suit will be followed with the I GRAHAM TRUCKERS. elected, J. P. Hall, J; F. Smith, J,:TI. t

';;:. ',Continued by'consent Union in session at High Springs was 'eount).. Her brother,. James Cadtr. closest attention ,with ,the decision of i I J. D. Frier' of Graham? WIf, in Harrison.' 2 mills asw.$.sed. *
,1 Gainesville Hardware Co. vs. Starke most heartily welcomed by the good was sheriff of the county at one. time. the court already eagerly antieipatedTimesUnion Gainesville Friday He was for quitea Elect ons were ordered for Brooker 0 V'
Co. Continued consent of the All Disliked Feminine 21. while engaged in the mercantile and Johnstown. 1 % '
f\i! : Lumber by : people place. delegateswere Society. <- July 1
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z' ,) United Grocery Co. vs. L. G. Ware, met at trains and pleasantly From her earliest girlhood Hannah I' business at that place'; bur gave up The( board ordered" the Thejraa t

.aanimprit damages $200. 'Defendant homed.. I Calder manifested a distaste for feminine LAWTEY.Mrs. that line to take up farming and vegetable school house moved to1. the site, selected Y
Jtfj'4 f! .:-0 withdrew, all pleas and consented toJudgment The Convention was called to order society, say those who knew her. C. F. Gore and daughter, Miss J growing a year or two ago. by.Mr.,Fogg. 4
:; by Mrs. A. H. Freeman.District Presi- She went to school with the other Ruth, of Jacksonville ,were visiting I Mr. Frier stated that although littleis ., By request' of the'trustees and patrans ,
.f I "- 8.. V.' Maund vs. Ozzie Cason, ret dent, who opened the Convention with girls and she went about-to the relatives and. friends in and near known of Graham by the_averageman I of Pine HU1 $71.&' cf the'sub.'
< 1tYm. Plaintiff waived all claims a few well chosen words of welcome. try dances and such things, conn-I Lawtey this week. I it is becoming a great trucking 'district funds of said 'C!itrict were set
?s'i '::for ,damages and moved for 'judgment : Then came such a hearty welcome spite of the fact that she wore .. Miss Lottie Stafford and Mrs. I section: During the present season I'I apart for the payment of an assistant

,'<' '}':: upon default. Allowed posses i from ,the big hearted Mayor, Mr. she wouldn't play the part of a worn Dinkins, of Lawtey, and, Mrs. Chaa.1 between ninety and a hundred solid I teacher for Pine Hill schoolTeachers 'I :
ion of one bay horse and costs. Paul whom and admired Rembert of Saxton cars were loaded there and.in addition 1.
.. ri every,one met are attending the I were assigned to the
i l r D.:E. Knight vs. L'J. Min&hew, re- as a staunch pr bition' officer. an.She didn't seek the society of men, W. C. T. U., Convention at High hundreds package shipments schools. ,
)!'i' ,t\\ :plevin. Plaintiff took non-suit Responses to the Mayor's welcome by but:rather avoided intimato association Springs this.week. !. were made. A petition was reretved" ,.from' the .
'/ Bank of Lake Butler vs. M. H. Net- Mrs. Futch and Miss Stafford followed with anybody and 'preferred to Mr. Lotus Leggett, of Jacksonville, The products consisted chiefly -o natrons of Hampton,.hool for:L: L.

'ties; N. B. Ranlerson, John W."Keen, Mrs.,Futch, t>f Gainesville, responded be alone. When she was in her teens is spending a few days Here With his I beans, cucumbers and watermelons, I Scotten to be"'assig td as' teacher. ;,
;assumpsit damages $200 and costs. in behalf of Alachua county she began to use tobacco, both smok- friends this \Ve& .I but the prices received were not very I Two of the trustees of tile school recommended ., '
'\ j' L U.Morgan vs.'Seaboard Air Line Her words were, beautiful "and 'well! ing and chewing it She did not have Rev. C. W. Crooke president of the encouraging. For instance, eleven A., C. Crews as teacher.On .
:'; g ";Railway.-.- Counsel agreed upon compromise chosen. Then Hiss Lottie Stafford, to think of making her living, but she Florida 'Anti-' aloon League, was avisitor {r cars of cucumbers "were shipped from motion of Charley; Fogg -A... &

tl@ p : upon following terms: Damages of Lawtey, in "her charming manner, began when she was in her twentiesto to Lawtey Wednesday. which the growers. did not realize a ,Crews was, assigned as'principal.
4 ; $7150; attorney's fees, $35.00; responded in'belialf of Bradford count be known as the "Hartford County Mr. J. C. Cone 'was a visitor to penny.' This was due, it is thought, Warrants drawn otf sub-districts on
1-J 1 ;and coSta of court. Judgment enter- ). After which Miss Minnie E. Neal, Barber" and would drive from farm- Starke Monday.Mr. to the crop Icing late about-two or July 6th, 1914: IT.
: : ed in favor of plaintiff for above State President, made a most earnest house to farmhouse to shave the men .,'B. K. Padgett>> of Anthony, is three weeks, but the growers will not ? $- M. Dm ftu nexJenUU for

1' i amount.. and enthusiastic address along the and to cut their hair and that of their spending a few days here at the homeof I abandon the industry. The acreage 426-Lon$.BrMre F. Bnlw,School flection.-_.____MH, -}.8I.
,!t t, True Bills. .line of, state-wide and nation-wide children. his parents Mr.and Mrs: M. Pad- may be reduced next spring to a small Long Bdze wtM&trirt:":exp- ..vi :- J.J4 b
I At 4 P. M. the'grand jury presented prohibition, 'arousing ,much enthus- Courted Girl of 15 Years. gett. ,extent, but a general lira-of vegeta- *2 ECbool?--J. W.__)(ornn., iwidu_- ,..>U!_ Stfk_ .' 2.20
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t.t'l} the following true bills: .. 'I Suddenly ante manifested an inter- Miss LucQe'Herndon, of Macclenny, bles will be planted. A large acreage F2S-J. W. Morean, lntldaat55.or- -
Ic iasm.When Pine Grove D'striet' __,., ,.:::...::: '
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,State of Florida Jim ,,Norton will be planted in English this i r. 18.05 ;
vs. the meeting was adjourned est in'the girl with whom she man- is a guest at the home of Mr.and Mrs. peas 829-T. C LL Drug Co; tneidentaL for
:iff.imputing to female a want'of chastity. the Convention was Invited to the palatial aged the mock marriage. 'Hannah Geo. L. Futth. fall.Graham 8'10-.1.Thomas W.district --..-' ,---- I:2.43 eSamos9n '
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J State of Florida vs.' George Smith homeof Mr. and Mrs. Rossin, was about 30 years old then and the Mr. Will 'Staffing, of Raiford, wasa is 'on the Tampa and Jacksonville City Morgan-:..tBtl4ntali___ for!11# y

' hr: and' Frank Williams, breaking. and en- and tendered a most delightful 're girl was about 16,'just blososnung in- visitor to Lawtey Wednesday.Mr. railway, between Gainesvilleand 83J-D. M..leboo Netto_. t_'Co.libra1'7_.):.__ for'Tbomu r i '
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';d r; 'terin' ;; ception,. where the time .was spent to womanhood and one of the beautiesof Henry Burney, who has been at Sampson City, and the land in 32-F.. N. Andzetrl. Cl'lf.,.tlarle,bond a'
f/ State of Florida vs. Henry Ander- most enjoyably meeting with the the neighborhood. Her parentswere the barber college for the past few I that section is very fertile and is especially 4'j fnd F. Saith., inclJett. --.J_SamysonP34L _. UOO

":td son,.assault with intent to murder. charming people of High Springs, and not so well to do as were thoseof weeks returned here the first of the adapted to vegetables and to City.chtr'JI't 1...:._ .'ZOO'
{ 1 State of Florida vs. Will Alexander listening to,the beautiful program of her woman suitor. When Hannah week and will open up a barber shop I general crops. Strawberries are City d'lItret F. fimitb. boob, for Samrseo.. IS:
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'assault with intent to murder. musk and, recitations., Delicious re- told her that she was a man and that .in the post office building in the near I gown there with fine success. -, '3S-J.Lvwtev E.bonds Foteh_rfua'oi1alltnictU_ ; '
I State: of Florida vs. Chester A. Graham freshments were served by daintily she wanted to marry her the young I future. 'Ga nesViUe 81m.D'EPUTY Q'iF--l. D. Pearce ineidtnta1.,--1''n : 'UUJ(

: murder in first degree. dressed little girls. girl is said to have been flattered. Rev. Marshal Strickland, of Flora- A3 diet-T. D. Besier. eleerbrt uu1M
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No Bills. Business meetings were held during After the "marriage" the couple home, filled his regular monthly appointment 'SHOOTS NEGRO. Raied difho'.ct --UM1ISU.____ c.Iq_
lJ The grand jury found no bills in Wednesday and the Convention came to Baltimore and going to a at the Lawtey Baptist 'While attempting to arrest Will 33'-T.Lit+le H.7"rlD"B:mea district.eYetiuh 4-----tapesees. "

1 the following eases: closed with a medal contest 'on.Wed- house on North Gilmore street, ,wherea church last Saturday and Sunday. Hampton, colored, at Brooker last 1-F.. N. Andrews. com, one Lawtt .00 ,
Henry Williams, assault to*rape. nesday night \. male connection of the Calders lived Mr. Herbert A. Bradley of Starke, 'Saturday for carrying concealed wea- A4kiM Drsi ineidentar..... 'for. Lake' IUS

j ) ., A. H. Crews, assault with intent to (Signed) Hannah Calder dumbfounded this! who is representing :the Rogers-Sim pons, Deputy'Sheriff E.M. Hazen was R4-1.Jtutltor W.d..fret Morean-. bn4t;_,,# .. l'l./J p
murder. MRS. GRADY i man's wife by announcing that she I mons Company, contractors of McRae, compelled to shoot Hampton' to make At'- Y. Fateb iJICI'.Iental' for I.rbt-e Dare t1.34 :

i j: .', Tuesday. MRS. COFFIN, was not a woman"bat a man and that! Ga., is here with a force of hands excavating Turn 'submit arrest The bullet en- B'be.'"-D.-4' ettoe Ca.__. -__ LAO 2 -:
: Ludden & Bates vs. A. A. Haien .' tered the left knee and came out of Pine Grove .__lira1'7 for
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'f MRS. GRAHAM, the pretty creature who accompanied ;. and otherwise ready 84 t-l M. Knight- ::.se
action of replevin damages $500. Press Committ. her was her bride. for the new school bt.ilding.Bome of the calf of the leg. I bcct lebool -Teaehfac-_ Valdn.._ r >
4; Settled and dismissed by motion of Was Once On Exhibition. the material has 'already reached I "Hampton was tried before Justice ,US-Ada lint school EnDed. ttaeeht._! t. Vandtr.\ 31.00 ,
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1Y Jr a. ..plaintiff. i1Mr.. J. R. Wells, of Jacksonville, "You are a pretty looking bride' here and the balance is expected daily,I Lewis, of Brooker, found guilty and .,84'1-.. D. Register-.-!ncgelltala for 2250EBitbrofA '
'tt State of Florida vs. John,P. Coffin, representative of the Singer Sewing groom in skirts" the relatival, tee-. when work.win begin in earnest. -fined $100 and .costs or five monthsin an-No D. Green. eleeUo4 h ._ LieHeilbronn "

'appealed from Justice of Peace court, Machine Company, was in Starke this said, and Hannah went out forthwithand the gang.CAPTURED. I 515-s. district ---' ce.o_ 4.00
li !ii It:. cruelty to animals. Nol pros. week in the interest of that company.murder. bought herself a suit of man's AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. ESCAPED CONVICT I 1849-w.RivEr B. Cason diltrict eeetOB! -; -hJD3fI_0' 1.00. a
!t State of, Florida vs. Z. v. Carter L' Wan hllJlfC10r .
clothes. She neverwent back to Evangelist Ernest Starke
Next Sunday
; #is: Sheriff S. B. Denmark captured 1 IbIdII' (bond fund --
'. indicted for common liquor dealer. Continued Bond $1500. skirts after that, it is said. For a House, minister of the Christian Aleck Lewis colored a'Pinellas IS3-W.! B. Ta11y incidenta la St .tOO
K! Failed to appear and bond was forI. had I coin- 1 braid IboBd food __-!.__ :, 1.11
: ;! '. No Bilk. week or two after her "bride" church, will preach 'at 11 o'clock in ty convict,'who had escaped from hisguards 'aS1-Smith A WatJoB. bJtiq Etarlre
; feited. The found bills in the her Hannah Calderwas Fear of Man bld6 (bond f1md) .
: ': grand jury no been torn from the morning' on The some time ago, at Sap, station SU-J. w. WiltialOL"-- --- _-'OOO.OO:
'i State of Florida vs. Win Booth, indicted folowing cases: on exhibition at the Masonic Bringeth-a Snare" and at 7:45 at!! last Wednesday. He notified the j I Grove lebool --_blcldental._ Pine_ 2.Og ..
tik lL for breaking and entering. Nol Plen Gordon, false pretense. Temple. Then she disappeared. night 'on "God's Blockade of tM Road Pinellas' county authorities and Sheriff 1853-8.: lehool C._Crews work Long Bridge <

f. 11 pros. Lane Smith' and Rebecca Bush, a- Her relatives had heard nothing to HelL" Summer weather seems to M.,N.'Whitehurst of Clear 8M-T. L Chancey.' Meeks lor the 160
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> ;i dultery. i from her from the time disap- have no bad effect on either the Bible came to ,Starke Saturday and took :85s-.J. I. Bailey freight ,Providuxe 8,71
r }' 1: Simmons, indicted for larceny. Or- John Calaway, desertion of wife and :pearance until the news of her death school or the preaching services at charge'of Lewis. :. 8"V.lebool .-.-_-_,, ,__.___ 1.00 e.
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.; a dered,to absentee" docket child and non-support came. It is supposed that she becamea the Christian church as both are j f I eke E-_lepttor.__ Btalt. 1.00 "
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a' Wednesday. Unknown murderer of Bob Harris. barber in earnest after her depar- growing each week. Last Sunday CARD OF THANKS. I j t I 837 Broob- Paul 1anlia;_+1wn.er Ic,.. '-
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a I:J State .of Florida vs. L. F. Herrin, The g- nd jury reported that they ture from Baltimore. The report night an exceptionally large congre- We wish to extend our sincere and I i 85S-BaDk of Starke u.tunt_;_eft war-_ %8.1 ?
r :!k\I; assault with intent to murder. Case had completed their duties and were from Florida says that she always gation attended the services and heartfelt thanks to' the many Kid ,,85--H.rb.-rt, raD" district Edwards I -, Jea..;toor La J..U y f_ -

1 D: tf continued.: Bond $500. ordered discharged for the term. associated with men there and voted heard R4v. House preach on "The and sympathetic friends of Hampton' Butler district U _-._ '___ _----. 2100 3 :$
: "-,, _State of Florida vs. Levy Alvarez, State of Florida vs. Henry Anderson regularly at each election.-Florida Purpose and Destiny of Man.. Much for their many kindnesses the recent 860-Luh YO Butler niberd.4list! interrrt 23 ;.___m..&l"alt__ ,J.II
f.triad larceny. Case referred to the assault with intent to murder. Metropolis. favorable comment on the work of illness and. death of little FJarorRivers. 8 Croce sseeboolrAa4 tn e+ euta:' Fite ;
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Nol pros. Rev. House! in Starke is constantly .' 81-1- en... lnell'.1 Long BridwJI W ; :
,' ,''i tS"! I state of Florida vs. Oscar Parrish State of Florida vs. Lem Brown, 5 or fi doses 666 will break any going the rounds. C. F.RIVERS and ,.US-S<<-E.(.. A C.; Davis.Honcfonl k81hiDJ 6; Pane. Croce, 12.00 v
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t\ for breaking and entering, Guilty. case of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. W.,S. FUTCH and Family.,' tarts (bonds. tn.U ,
; |Acquitted. A of the final : I I! Mr. Fred Cloversettle of Tr-*ressa. Mi-T.Lake '4 '; ,
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Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Watt SAO
State(of Floridi vs.lex Jordan, ('t the term will appear in next week's, A shower' every ,day means good transacted business is Starke Tues1 of Lawtey, 8e3-w. C. Wooldndg. -. _'t.eaeb:"0, at .

..indkfcnent -for s:Sault -with. latest to 1 Te. grapb. :, sleeping at night a day. / I were:_)visitors.. ., to Starke Saturday. j j i (Contiiued On: Pkge Forj j .

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_-- $1.00 Shirts at ___________________ 79c 10 and" 12 cent gingham ___________ 8c 50 cent kind at ___________________ 39c $15.00 blue serge suits at _____I$10.48
_ 50 and 60 cent Shirts at____________ 39c 8 cent gingham _________________- 6c 35 cent kind at ___________________ 19c $12.50 blue serge suits at----- J ,
_ 25 cent Underwear at______________ 19c 25 cent kind at ___________________ 9c $11.00 blue serge suits at_-__-:_-_-_-_-_-__i; 9.75 7.85 -
s CHAMBRAY. $7.50 blue serge suits at-__________" 5.25 ;
HATS AT COSTEMBROIDERY. ,.. 10 and 12 cent kind at _____------- 7e MEN'S PANTS. $6.00 boys'blue serge suits at_____ .* 3.98
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DRESS GOODS. $1.25 pin overalls ____________________ 89c 89c MEN'S SHOES.
-t_ ; ,50. cent kind at ____._________-____ 39c 50 cent kind at __________________ 39c $4.00 shoes at _____________ ;$3.33
25 cent kind at ___________________ 19c 25.'an 30 cent kind at ,____________ 19c DOMESTICS. $3.50 shoes at'''-----_____________';' ;
15 cent kind at __________________ 12c Crepes, Rat etc. 4-4 sheeting at __________________ 6c $3.00 shoes,at -----_-_-_____________ 2.98 235! ,
10 cent kind at __________________ 8c 9-4 sheeting at ___________________ 22c $2.50 shoes at----_____________II 1.98
5 cent kind at ___-_______.._____-__ 4c NOTIONS. 104 sheeting at __________________ 24c -'
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1', .. LACE. Pearl buttons per card ____________ 2c $3.00 shoes at ____________.__ $2.48
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and stole two young alligators and an ''..

fciVE ST ATE NEWS I I[alligator turtle. Joe says he does not J ,. : '

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1st:1'f6in-- 4 s s s ssBBSgggS reptile as he did not anything t Lj" ,)
f == I care Health Drinks .
about keeping it but it made him.

:i That Are Happening All Over Florida, sore" 'to have somebody steal his i < 1..

.. alligators. In the last few days. .Joe
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V baa added tor his collection of 'gators, :

l"' OJ11t He caught one that is five feet long, t 'i
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t 4l -. and very vicious and has appointed! For theiot'WeathrWhat
;" Ja' iJI the ,severe thunder storm land of Manatee,hear BradentowH, on this one a watchdog to keep anybody I I

;N.i. afternoon a horse belong- the Manatee river. The grapefruitcrop M
.t., ,IM!Friday from stealing the little 'gators. He ,
t.};) .. ;tD Arnold Reed who'lives aboutfrom marketed from this grove in 1912 says he just dares anyone to enter

-f. ., :....:t.ii Hastings, was struck .13 was 80,000 boxes and the output the 'and to 'make with I '
-.: two JIIIIIiW pen try way is and '
t. ., eiag_and instantly kffled. A this year will be about the same. To some'of the saorians. He also has a' _more refreshing health.building during : the :

a t l'- Ii the lot was also struck and better realize the size of the grove, small 'gator which lost its tail in' long hot summer than good bottled beer? Our r55'i i'

tt d'-w.bat DOt killed.i imagine yourself on a tract ,of land some battle and now cherishes a i pure

} extending for one-half mile in one grudge against the world at large.f I brands have a world-wide reputation for Purity Quality .:

"Blue-Ski" law has been direction and'three-quarters of a mile ;
I .f HorM* Who would stoop so low as to steal i iand

;/1 ,i* bred constitutional by the state in another, which will give yon some alligators is a puzzle to Joe but be :; Flavor. ..t.tt

f *....court This the law which idea of the magnitude of this grove.- thinks it was some rival who is thinking '

": 'jroUitI the sale of stocks in cor- The Packer.F. of starting al alligator "farm"

\ i ipafjtions which have not first been like Joe has done. Bottled Beer Worth While

approved bf the comptroller and a li- Maxwell, of Eustis, exhibited I <
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dpaae isiued. three monster watermelons on Tuesday -I Polk county enjoys the distinction

.., 1.f ..- that would require a man from I of having within its borders the larg- Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer \ *

f r'i' ,Tery fine specimen of feterita :Missouri to be shown before he would est and oldest' 'eams farm in the' Bottled t
Beer
1.. Ginn'a farm two miles state known the Lakeland Cactus Piltener Style Bottled specially for I'l,,.ida.
f 'grown on J. believe the tale as to their great size as

,sooth of Nocatee, was exhibited ..Aw1I and weight .No. 1 weighed fifty-four Garden. It is owned by C. C. Red' Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice malts and

:; this "office one day last week. The and one-half pounds; No.2 weighed grace and is located one and one-half Absolutely the best bottled beer for its high quality for over 30 order hops. A great favorite.' One ,

,I; head'was well formed and the grain ty-six and one-half pounds and No. miles west of the city of Eustis, says that can be produced. Ask any years. Must be good. Try it win make yon a steady t
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t Wlf matured, proving conclusively 3 weighed exactly fifty-seven poundsand the Eustis Lake Region. A little over, body. .. :

.'. that this product can be produced: with measured twenty-eight and one- two years ago Mr. Redgrace secureda Per ease, 1 cJo I. small $ LOG 1 Dozen .- $ LOO
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small _________$1.50 ---- 5 Dozen ::__:::::::is
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gist roccess on any half inches from tip to tip. These few leaves from Luther Burbank in
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; 5 Dop., small ______$ 6.00 Per case, 5 doz. small, $US
-- 10 Dozen (1 Cask _____
Arcadia News. ) ;$ 1.00
lajj of DeSoto.- three.monsters would hardly be packed California. These grew so well that ?
1 10 Dos, small -____. $ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. amall ___$ 8.50 cask
5 Lots, per cask,, ;$ 7.50
in a barrel-and all weighed 168 more were purchased a few months .-.: t
iSetden Leader will j
of the remember
t pounds. These were of the Tom Wat- later. These also thrived so remarkably + "

that of about cucumber a month ago we by made Mr. son variety; the seed was purchased under mest untoward circumstances -I EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE '; i'
action a "grown
t [ from G. J. Griffin, of near Eustis, and ,such as poor soil, wild, and j :
a:Do Hicks, of BryceviQe, which. tip- the patch is located near Lake Saunders unsweetened, lack of fertilizer, disturbance I'
the scales at 3 pounds. Well, -
pad in the Christmas grove, now the of root system by i
'sjenoBglyi not being satisfied with concluded I BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER
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;. property of Mr. F. E. Maxwell-Eusis changes, that Mr. Redgrace .
Mr. Hicks has
Jot a three-pounder, Lake Region. that this new forage plant, which'was
i :produced t'one that weighs 3 1-2
revolutionizing the cattle question -, ,

f ::1 pounds.dalenr-Nassau Can any County one beat Leader.this aped Last week The Post mentioned the in California, New Mexico, South Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell- at a profit. 1

:., yield of honey which H. T. Grant Arizona and other semi-arid states Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular stand in town and at

., I Owing to the protracted drouth in tad gotten from one' hive and stated would "change the face of Florida" the end of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. ,

; t Florida this spring and summer, therewill that it was so large that the figures when once generally introduced. He .

'' be no bumper crop of citrus fruits I would not be\ given for fear none now has several thousand plants, including "

.,.}-tai season, u some contend. .And i I"i would believe them. Mr. Grant now the most expensive varieties, Summer rThat Sell j;

:1,this troth is realized by everyone save I says: "You might well be afraid to both forage and fruiting. ;

i *taoM to whose interest it is to run state the amount Fifty or sixty NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. i.
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1 .* down the market A small crop shouldnuaa' pounds from one hive is always con Friday afternoon "Doc" and Mrs. .The best light brew made. Less I 'i' ..
Baker and S. C. Warrick, wishing a than 2 cent alcohol Bottled Non-intoXlcating. Less than 2 All the best kinds in ito& for
high prices and all growers sidered a, good harvest! but I was I per :
e little amusement secured the servicesof Percent alcohol Refreshing and t
stould govern their sales accordingly.f stating the fact when I told you that : special for prohibition territory. immediate shipment. .r. .'
,Paletka T mes-Herald. I! took 128 pounds from the one hive. Capt Bert Hiscock and his big sea I As near real beer as possible.healthful.. .

,f i \ ,_ After I read your account of the matter skiff to take them out on the Atlan- 10-Doz Cask ---------- $8.50 10-Doz Cask__________ $840 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon I. 60e. fir
.The biggest melon we have ever ic to do a little deep sea fishing.;
.j in The Post I went again to the ,
.'used anywhere and.perhaps the largest hive, and took therefrom another lot While well outside they saw a big AII'Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to f *

grown in the state was present- -this time weighing sixteen pounds whip ray or sea bat swimming along Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles ;

I ,ed to the editor on July 4th by Dr. -just to show that I was a good el- and decided to catch it Captain Bert F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. .

,Charles F, Morrison, who resides just low.' This makes a total of 144 perched himself in the bow of the .j

west of,town and who is president oft pounds from the one hiveand I can skiff and with harpoon poised waited

'jo the; Apopka Board of Trade. This prove it!"-Palm Beach Post patiently to get'within striking dis- CHAS. BLUM COMPANVEatal'liahed .

immense melon was placed on the tance. A quick turn of the boat and :

,teals'at.Mayor McLeod's store, and Edwin Tate, who lives at No. 2298 the slap of a wave, both at once, proVe.I 'f r.F
Over 25 Yean and
proved to ,weigh just 74 1-4 pounds, Kings road, has a splendid young bullterrier ed too much for Captain Bert's equilibrium I I Absolutely ReliableJacksonville f.

which b tome melon.-Apopka News.Some'men'of which on yesterday broke aU and over he went into the :

known records in rat killing, and his bring.! As the captain is somewhatamphibious ,. Florida: -

,Company B, Brooksvine master says he is going to enlist him this incident hardly caused i -

light infantry, in camp at Black I in the campaign to prevent the spread' a noticeable. delay for he was in I
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Point, Jacksonville, while on outpost of the bubonic plague. During yes- the boat and ready again with his harpoon ,.1 'fJi'l' -
duty had to the : NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED TOuWalhand
cross a swamp other,
terday afternoon this dog.killed thir in so short a time it was'hardly ".
'day, -and were startled 'to find a human ty-six rate in sixty-one minutes by worth mentioning and the chase was UNDER- 4888.SECTION LAWS OF S FLORIDA.OF CHAPTER clock Repairi I i

skeleton, without a head, and' actual time Notice b hereby then that G. W. Shame.
; and count Behind Mr. continued.. Finally they drew
near purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 227, dated Win more than plage '
with a few .remnants of a serge suit Tate's home is his large barn, which, enough for their purpose and the captain the lit day of ".. A. D.. 1912. has filed .,ou. Estimates given
dtaKing ..to the bleached bones. It lAid certificate ia my office and has made eheerfully..Prompt ser- ., ,
;i according to Mr. Tate, "literally launched his harpoon with un: application for tax deed to tone in accord viceWe 1 1
is impossible to'tell whether it is a swarmed with rats. Mr. Tate'and erring aim and sunk it to the haft anee with law. Said certificate _braes theI Par Parcel Pest .J
" white or a negro, but it is thought to I following described property situated ia Brad- Charge Oae Way. f" .
several friends started on a crusade in the vitals of the fish. It took con ford county. Florida to-wit: '
\ihm, been there for a long time. in : South Half of NE Quarter of SW Quarter. JEWELRY DIAMONDS i i
't the fighting
barn siderable and careful ,
\ yesterday, stationing some I Section Twenty-one. Township Seven South. NOVELTIES p ,_

A woman of Orlacdo has just come themselves about the barn with maneuvering of.the boat to land their Range Twenty-two East R. J. RILES e <
the date t'
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I ,"to fight That is, after posing as a sticks. The floor boards were remove fish but it was accomplished and the >ot the issuance of such certificate in the name I bea-.me., Fla. /fi .

man for ten years, she has been dis ed and the terrier, to his apparent delight capture brought down last eveningand of be C.redeemed A. Bhame.according Unless said law certificate tax deed shall will .i r

I covered. She came to Orlando ten was placed at work, and the result hung up in the grounds in the ibsoe thereon on the 4th dal of August. A. -
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years ago, with a woman supposed was the above record. Times- rear of the Salt Air where crowds &Witness D. 1914.my official signature and seal this NOTICE OF ELECTION.By I

to be .Mr.w Calder's wife She worked Union.' viewed. last night and this morn the 20th day of July A. D, 1914. the power vested ia them by the school II ; iI :
W. T. WEEKS. law of Florida the Board of Public Instru. .. .....
The fish about 10 feet .
u a baker, until recently when she ing. was across Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County !>
Mr. G. N. Beach,of Spuds, St Johns tion of Bradford county hereby orders an .
v became ,too feeble to keep up, when its wings; its mouth was a foot wide By LA. WEEKS. ClCTfc- election held on the lit day of August A. D. WEBSTER'SNEW. '
county, has demonstrate (Snl Deputy ,
recently < I 1914 at the following place for the purposeof -
her secret was discovered. Her companion what and its rat-like tail was over 3 feet 7244tNOTICE electing three trustee for the next two
died three can be done with one hog so far long. Its gills were transverse slits,'I! ,_ I years and to determine the amount of millage _
years ago.
as meat making is concerned. H* to be assessed: INTERNATIONALDICTIONARY
six on a side'on the under side of the OF APPLICATION FOB' TAX DEED Brooker. Inspector of Election: John If or. .
Hugh Wear and several other slaved a Chester White hog that body its color white underneathand UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER gin Dr. Lamb and A. B. Shaw.Jolt' i
weighed 615 was 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. F. G. SCHELL Secretary.
pounds. From
sportsmen left town last Friday this he I that Joseph Crew, 10-4t
dark drab on the back and its Notice if hereby given
morning,to kill a bear. After spend made two hams, one weighing 52 and purchaser of Tax Certificate No. 8. dated THE MERRIAM WEBSTER I
the other 50 weight probably something over 400 the lat day ot Jub."A. D., 1912, has filed The Only New unabridged dictionary "
] fag that day and 'night at pounds after being cur has made
Grassy pounds. In shape it was somethinglike said eertifieate'ife my office and NOTICE. in :
ed. He also -tAx deed to issue in accord. many years.- '
Creek Mr. Wear made 200 pounds of lard application for
bear and
espied a bat but the embraces the Notice I* hereby given that the undersigned
a huge only danger anus with law. Said certificate Contains 'the pith and csaeflr
the side bacon, shoulder hams and 1 Bradford will sell to the highest and bat bidder for ;
consequence is that Mr. Bear'sbad any: following described property situated in llbr'e
from it would be in of <
authoritative
getting stung by an
I quantity of county. Florida to-wit; cash, subject to the confirmation of the re- '
is now being mounted at the good sausage. This hog feree in barkrnptey, the entire stock of mer '
Covers
one of the spikes near the base of its West Hall of SE Quarter.- Section Thirtyj every field of".nOwl:
taxidermists and will later be on display was not quite three years old and Mr j Three. Township Four South Range Nine't"rheIraid chandise. note and accounts belonging to the edge. An Encyclop i '
tail After viewed the Furniture a Hardware
being by curious estate of the Hampton ja a '
at his real estate office. The bear Beach refused $50 for it on the lioof I land being aueised'at the date Company at Hampton. Florida at two single book. i
Mr. Beach that crowd it was,dragged to the lake I of such certificate in the name o'clock P. it, on Saturday July 18th 1914. ;:,1
weighed four hundred says hogs can be raised of the issuance The
pounds. The Said sale to take place at Hampton. Florida. Only DictirAU Jith :
and towed back up the inlet. and its"body nt Unknown. Unless said certificate shall ) V the
hide was given to W. Lacey Boyd.who cheaper in Florida than in any j be redeemed according to law tax deed will in front of the Hampton Furniture 4 Hardware New Dlvldr..4 J
other stat consigned to the deep to furnish the 24th day of August. A. Company's. store. 400,000 Page.
have'same made into He has raised ] I lane thereon on .w.
a rug. many D. E. KNIGHT. OM" 2100 Pages.lustratlont. .
food for crabs and sharks-all it is A D. 191L
BArtow Chester White and breeds and seal this 7-10-2U Trustee in Bankruptcy. sooor
Record. Jersey that Witness my official signature Cert nearly '
good for now-Tropical Sun. I A. D.. 1914. he ; :w
weighed 250 the 16th day of
pounds at nine months of: W T. WEEKS. .J i million doUn.n.1 __
In view of the fact that ,the East Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla. NOTICE 07 ELECTION I.dt us ten you sbQFt ,
most
Coast Preserving Company will be age.To AFTER PASSING YEARS. By B. *. WEEKS. By the power vested in them by the school reoarkable
further Seal.) Deputy Clerk.]|I laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruetion -. Jigie volume.Wets ; .
able to make use of an unlimited the plan to establish a Starke Testimony Remains Uaskaken. W4-K. of Bradford. county hereby order.,it ior ,
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peanut oil mill in election held the lit day of.August ..i T I sample ,
quantity of figs during the season, Gainesville, an automobile. on ... ". ei, .
'I 1914. at the following place for tie Ia1 faapart
made'a Time is the best test of truth. Hereis tauposcof
quite a number of persons have been .trip was short time U. S. DISTRICT COURT. electing three trustee for t' aut two \\ llliatt. etc.
encouraged to plant the trees and ago from Gainesville to Wiffiston, In a Starke story that has stood the SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA.In yean sad to determine the vafjauk milUge I ?dame UiJ t ;

' there will probably be a considerable Levy county, which is in the heart ofa test of time. It is a story with, a Tfa-rdcare the matter Company.of Hampton J. L Green.Furniture B. Y. and and to Johastown.be assessed;InspectorA Ifettioa: Henry i japer and ',

large' peanut point which will come straight hometo W. T. Saxon. Bankrupt. No. IMS. Varaea William: yarns/and John Bryan. ; \ 11
acreage planted. Figs do well in thisvicinity growing section of: In the matter of petition for final discharge. F. G. Scu LL. SecretarJ. led'free
and with a market for them country. In the party were B. F, Williamson many of uS. On this the 17th day of July A. D. 1914. onwading July 10-4t. t s eet ofPocket -
here chairman Mrs. Lucy Hemingway, W. Call St, the foregoing petition it ia ordered s
the of the
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growing the fruit should board of 1 the court that a hearing be bad anon i the .
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become unite an industry.-Daytona trade; F. E. Dennis, secretary of the Starke, FUu, says: *I suffered from I SSHK on the 17th day of Angus A. D. 1914. NOTICE.
Alachua lame and aching back and could hard- ,before said court at JaekionvilJe. in aid dis- The registration book for the town of
Gazette-News. county fair association; F met.at ten o'clock in the forenoon and that I Starke will be.open for the registration of
M Runnels, secretary of.the board ef ly get around. It hurt me to stoop notice thereof be pnMislied in the Bradford elector to the Second Saturday ia Augcst
The rain came in time to save most trade and lift and I felt miserable- My County Telegraph. a newspaper rrnted is I 1914. at Quigley'i hunter yard. .
and
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Cone, an extensive laid d"triet and that an known Bred ken another C. A. FUTCH. i
of the corn of Marion county and the land owner and capitalist. A kidneys didn't act right and caused persons in interest may appear at said Registration Officer for the Town,of Starke. ,
.. meeting and show eause. if acv they G.lg..
and place
fields time
tfig.CLSPNaga12aa. !
came out and the stalk developed was held in a ball in Williston at- me a lot of annoyance. Hearing of. mwe.why the prayer of acid petitionersahoald NOTICE TAX EQUALIZATION. .

; wonderfully after the rains came. tended by about fifty farmers, all of Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a box and not be 'too1deT to the court' that Notice is hereby given that the board of .11
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Most And 1\ 11 aldermen and the tax of
assessor the Town'
of'the fields will yield a fair whom were growers of peanuts and a began taking them. :They brought reed the elect shall lend by wail to all known Starke will be in session at She conacil: chamber of.
oop and many of them a full the from the first and the aches cnoltort notice of amid petition and tV order Monday August S, lilt and eontiiw
crop willingness was manifested soon their places of rest- .+ + ...
them at 1'11111
ass where among addrewed to from day to day for the purpose of hearing + t III''H:+....++
the corn is a failure are them to put in a'much larger and pains In my back left and the deuce M stated.w1TN1 complaints and receiving testimony: as to the up
** few acreage '.S. the Honorable Bhydon M. CWLJndire value of 'l I 1 t
J.: and far between We have any property real or personal a*
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nuts if a steady market is offered. other symptoms disappeared. I of IV* said court and the seal thereof fixed by the tax aesestor of said town and for J. C. POPPELfAttorneyat..fj j
,"otjced that in some places where the The mill as planned for Gainesville I .A Later Endorsement .at Jarbt"-ne. ia said district on the 17th perfecting revising and equalising the aneu- + +
,stalks did du of Jab A. 1) 1914. ment of said Town of Starke for the 1914 oil .
not attain a very ereat will require not less than 200,000 I On April 12, 1914, Mrs. Hemingway EUGENE D. DODGE. as, required by law. year "
Wpt, the ears were well formed and bushels of ;said Ton right using A true copy. clerk' E. S. MATTHEwS ; +
: can,keep on
;of food Size peanuts annually but an 7-24-1L Chairman Board Aldermen + Practice in State I i. +' :
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Marion county, after effort wil be made to have the farmers I my endorsement of Doan's Kidney Attest: C. A. Futeh, Clerk. +
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> .>Will harvest Federal ( urtn +
a very large corn grow as much as 500,000 bushels Pills. There isn't anything'too rood NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S 8AT.E. + __ '
'roD.,and the way, tr* valvet beans for for for this I hereof I will now To Give Qnialne To ChQdrea.FEBKrtnn 4
t first-year delivery.St me to say remedy. occasionally -I Thirty day after date anvly + Office
in BJJi
' :... field !Ps, peanuts and sweet pota- take Doan's Pills to the HaIL Gco. A. Gardiner county fudge ;!:is trade-mark name given to ar. Jones .
Kidney
." ire of Bradford court/, Florida for an order to Improved Quinine. I1i1aTuteleuS1f1lPope... : STARKE; FLOP.IIM. + 1
f growing is a ca tion.-Ocala Petersburg, Fla.-An alligator as a preventive, and they keep me in sell at private sal* the undivided onrtkirdI sat to take and does not disturb s '
.Star five feet long is interest each of Wier and Carl Andrews ChfldreatAkertandaevwknowitUOaSiaelUkeordiaary .
row acting as a good health." 1 I minor Mrs of W. T. Andrew deeeaerd. in AIao espe&fl7 edap&e4 SO.Dlta who cauot ++++It-i 1111111111++. _
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: fifteen for the alligators kent by Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't and to tV following lands situate in BradfOIIDY. Qviaiae. Does not aaaseate nor r
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year aeo KCTbJl C., At- forl Ftor da. and described a* fol. came nervoatneu nor ringing iatfe Try
'. ''oc4 atArtPd Jos.:Davis on his affleator "farm" iranlv ask for a kidney remedy iret I owe. to-wit* It the ant time yon need Quinine loTaay IIr1'OSe. -
, I p. '>efrnit gmre that and *e dares North Eat Qnarter: of North But Onar- Auk flit Sconce original package. The Piles CIIJ'ecII.
,' ; pia. .. /t, errie'tl.s .. wn.-i d This any thief.to attempt tad ) Doan's Kidney Pillsthe'same that ter of Section Four Township Five SouthRanee ame FEBR1USE is bUwa ia bcWeeenta-: ,YftVr druggist 6 to IA'&eyteiiif ,
Eve fa his place of busirpss.Joe has Mrs. had. Foster Mil- Twenty East. .in refund III DrY Itf P. Zp
; Hemingway OIXTWLI\T
i located in the heart fails 10 care .. ?
,)1! ,.tl of thejjjj rofcred once from the depredation* burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. i. YERGIE Guardian ANDREWS.for said.miDon.or Read the Telegraph-4140.a year &ledBleediagorProtrodiogPdepiffo14ds. >:. lk:

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FOUR a THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.- r f .
FRIDAY
JULY
_ ; 24th.Wftri ;

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o*+ + ii *+*+ John F. Horr. refund o* drainage tin 104.40

t'' .Ginty 'Tetefrafi F. .N- Andrews_ com" "trs 1126 The ;Pinnacle of theBrew: .master' Artlfs"

B. T. Saxon, refund on drainage tax...48.00 ..
COUNTY WARRANTS. W. F. Malphurs. 1 days iaspeeting __ 21.00A.

Ltcal tad Loot Distance Phone H. Green, do .....: :....:. ..- 21.00 Been Reached in : *
T. M. WUliams.:do 21.00
*& Nnmber 40 f i i i H. E. Lagergren. engineer ,. 60.00

meeting H. E. Lagergren, engteeer ... ,,.r.-. 60.00
At the July .of the county H. E.. Lagergren; engineer ... 25.00

: H. E. Lagergren: engineer ., ..._' 46.00
.a )Published-weekly, and entered as commissioners the: following ;bills W. A. Bessent t days inspecting __< 6.00G.

1 second class nutter at the postofficeat C. Livingston, work on contract and ROYAL PAIJ'J
were approved_ and ordered paid: interest scrip- 302160
Starke, Florida Paasr jUfewaac*.

Carrie Sparkman. pauper ........ 4.00 Total S430.26
; Florence Helton, do ........... 1.09
_. E,, 8. Matthews, Editor and Owner Polly Ana Green, do .._,.,.. (.00 W. W. Baisden. guard at jail 20.00S.
"' do B. Denmark, feed for prisoners .158.10
John Wright, 2.50
; ,_*E.fRobMaa, ...Associate Editor, Vary ,Ward-* :-.......-.-,= '6.00 J. W. White Sons spoons for ia1L2.20 and
and'Easiness Manager, Martha Gatlin. do ..........- 4.00 A. H. Freeman, county physician 6.00'
Nancy Connor"do .,........-..... 5.00 Worrell Manfg Co, automatic sprayer 4.60
c Mary-Brooks, do 2.00Viney C. P. Cawn, medicine for jail ___ 8.85
FRIDAY JULY 24th 1914. Dyess. do 4.00 Mitchell Drug Store, do L55Or.
Wm GliMon. do .,-_, 4.00 E. T. Campbell, medicine for John
Jaws Parriih.-do 1- __ ,6.00 Wright gf- e- J.-J.., 3.00Antoone AX B E
Rrvia HlKginbotham. do ?, -,, ._..*. __ ._' 2.50John Chemical Co.. disinfectant _, 62.50
i VANDERBILT. XeLannon, do -., ,. T JT 6.00 W.-W. Baisden. freight ;__ 1.60F.
Caroline Gnffis. do -- .4.00 N. Andrews, com as tree 6.95
.i The great drouth has broken at last, Mrs. Breeie. do ..'_ 7.00 (;eo:A..Gardiner case Lawrence Jones 2.08
much needed.. Nora Rawlins do _.. ., 4.00 S. B. Denmark do .: 48.05
which was Amanda Thomas, do -T-_ 4.00 Geo. A. Gardiner ease Gus Young.. 2.08
'' Rev. B..Dyal filled his'iegular appointment Lee Crosby, da ___ 10.00 S. B.. Denmark, do 62.15
Emanuel and Emetine Griffis. do 240Ervln S. B. Denmark, com on fines 64.63S. a.
Sunday at Griffis. do 8.00 B. Denmark conveying prisoners to Our efforts '
e preached to a large congregation. Mrs. D. .M. McSnight, do 5.00 reform s boot .. ,. ,45.15 to produce a beer that
'. J. Campbell do 2.00J. J. L, Warren, one-half phone at Jail1.00
t' Mrs. J.. E. Wilson spent the latter B. Johns, do ,,......... .. 6.00 F. M. Byrd case Harry Allen 2.10 would be worthy of the of
of the week with her parents Viney Lee. do 4.00 J. B. Dowling, do 7.60 patronage
; : part Banner Dyal. do w..................... 4.00 Bessie Shaw witness 1.00
rf Mr. and Mrs. S. J Norman. Starling Sisters, do 13.00 those who
-- Arthur Winfield. do ------- 1.00B. know and demand the best
Mrs. Howard Ingham oft Nancy Yarns do .00 D. Kelly, j p ease R A. Hawlin_ 1.68 I :
i Mr. and Newman Children, do ..... 6.00 S. T. Johns: do 18.85H.
Jacksonville, are visiting the tatter's Wade McKniuht. do S.OO T. Dowling, witness ______ 1.10 has been rewarded in ROYAL PALM
Polly Ann Rhoden. do 6.00 Geo. A. Gardiner, ease Clarence Vickers -
+ sister, Mrs. J. R..Norman. Will Hampton, do '..' .. 8.00 2.18

Miss Miriam Milton, of Blaekshear, Linie Willis, do 4.00 S. B. Denmark, do .......... 54.65 and JAX BEER. They are second to
Mrs. John Norman, support orphan
Ga, ia visiting her friend, Miss Pearl children 6.00 Total 588.40
Rufus Jackson, pauper ._-,........_ 4.00 Bridge Fand. 6 none in I
for few
Whitten, a days. Mrs. N. D. Newman, do 10.00 Taylor t Brannen. ditching, etc 112.00J.
Mr. R. A. Dukes and Miss Carrie Riggs Sisters do ........... ,_ 6.00 E. Holly, gen road work ----_ 5.62J.

1 Dock Wood, do ?_ 2.00. W. Gardner, do .... ........... 4.00
Wainright and Mr. Charlie Wainright Mrs. Banner Dial do 4.00 A. W. Shipp. do _: 4.00Ed.
and Miss Ruth Malphurs, of the Wa- Susan Kelley do -.._.?_ 3.00 Reynolds, do 7.50 QUALITY1 URFLAVOR[
Henry Padgett, do 6.00Wm. R. J. Andrews, do 75.00C. .
_ t teroak section, attended church at Lang, do 3.00 R. demons, do _- 30.00 I ;
Elizabeth Johns, do 4.00 W. M. Mitchell, do 4.50
Emanuel
Sunday. Mrs. L. L. Hagan, do 6.00 W. O. Roberts, do 1.00J. Everybody likes these N N1P
r Miss Lizzie Mae Buchanan spent John J. Rosier, do S.OO M. Roberta, 8 logs out of road -_ .75 immensely
; Mrs., Nancy Biggs, do _, 8.00 John Mott 8 togs out of road .__ .75
Sunday with Misses Maude and Susie Rachel Stokes, do ... 3.00 Rill Cone, gen road work 1.25P. I popular brands. Thousands proclaim i t
Sapp. Mrs. Lydia Groves, do 3.00 M. Padgett do 2-60

34 1 Mr. J. C. Crews,is attending court Total -...- 206.50 A.Willie L Mann Hursey.do do 29.75 16.38 them superior toold brands they have 91 1

i .' this week. General Fund.R. Shipp & Gardner, do 16.50
1 1I'd Will Jones do 2.00
t, Mr. E. M. Knight and Misses Eula M. Dowlin?. com as tax collector 105.S3 Srform Adkins, do ----- 412 been drinking for years. Brewed from I

F. N. Andrews, com as tree -Tln-___ 7.54 T. L. Chancey, do _...._...-. .- 10.50
and Alta 'Norman afternoon -
spent Sunday W. T. Weeks, 1000 transfers 150.00 1.10 '
Uerncka do "'
.4 f with Miss Fannie Crews. R. A. board Weeks 2 days service canvassin C.toy H. Rustus do 1.25 the choicest hops and malt fn the latest I
-_ 800 Callie Williams, do 7.60
Wonder what gentleman ran W.. T. Weeks, 1 month clerk and
young paid 1.00
D. Faireloth, do "
G. and
express ___ 50.30 most modern plant in the j
1.25 country
.: all the way to Raiford Sunday afternoon N. D. Wainright. 2 days service can Oscar Raleigh Tomlinson Tills do, do ,10.00 ,

and when he arrived there her vsssing board .. 8.00
.r Grove Manx, do 4.40 enables to
J. W. Andrews Jr., service at primary 2.20 L us guarantee that ROYAL
do
too tired to talk to his little Will Ritch, -
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was election ._ 600 do .. 89.00 D
Tom Jonas ---- -- j
:"girlie?" We suppose he took his a. A. Wtmright do 6.00 Richard Jones, do .. .-_------ 39.00 0 PALM and JAX BEER are without sir
R. O. Daniels, do 6.00 do .......1._ 8,12 a
? time coming hack: Now, did you not? R. A. Weeks, do ,_ 600 G.Arthur W. Whitemore.Winfield. do 165.61 )
S. B. Denmark, do _
4' 600
6.65 superior
do anywhere.
J. L. fowling, -
M. P. Matheney, do ....
,' Cured of --JL -- 4.00 do .. 8.95 ,r'tear
Indigestion.Mrs. C. M. Andreu, do 4.00 J. L. Varnes, r
r-11 22.50
do
Sadie P. Clawson, Indiana, Pa., J. W. M. Parker, do _
4.00
I bothered with F. M. Rivers, road rape 16.00 Refrestiing-HealttifoI-Appetizina
was indigestion. "My W. M. Parker, 1 day and mileage deliver'ng S. B. Ca3on. read work 54 00
kk ballot box gen
stomach pained me night and day, S.80 do '
Bill Harrton. .5
Drew Co., blanks for clerk's office_... 2.09
t she writes. "I would feel bloated and S. B. Denmark, delivering ballot boxes 20.00L Bill Kelly do -_ l 8J5W. JIN 6
do
H. Green, ------ -
? have headache and after eat F. Lamb, services at primary election 58.21W.
r Y belching V. E. Sapp. do ------ r4
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?-- .__... ,?-.,_. 4.00 6.25J. won
ing. I also suffered from Jim Brown, rfnt E. Yarborongh do TRULY THE BEER OF THE '
: ? constipation. 4.00 C. Yarborough, do ..... -.... s.ii ', HOUR
H. G. Crawford, do --....._ .,.J __ 4.00 4.38
My daughter also used Chamber- Sam Obie Moody, do ---_ -- t4 _
Dukes, services and delivering ballot '
Iain's Tablets and they did her so James box demons-. .services- .-.at .primary---_ 8.60 S.James P. Yarborough Reynolds, release do _Convict; A. 2.50 NTa q0J pt Cc0 as On Sale at all the Leading JKI BR N pl

much good that she gave me a few election __.... S.OO Williams 3,1B
___ 1.15
Clubs
doses of them and insisted John D. Pearce, services and delivering James Reynolds, do 3-IS Cafes and Bars
upon my ballot box 7.50 James Reynolds, do ;

,.1 trying them* They helped me as M.fon C. Croft, services at primary elee- James unable Reynolds to work, release_- R. A. Hawlm, 21M 1

t nothing else has done." For sale by M. Z. Courson. do 3.00 8.00 3. L. Brown, gen road work 16.00 !.

16 ; all dealers.. City Light & Water Plant water and Percy Forsyth. do -- J-fO. Brewed and Bottled by the 3.
do -
liebta 27.80J. Jet Roberts -------- -
,a E.' Gay, inspector district 4 4.00 Jim Ward, do ..------ ---- 6.50 =
e RAIFORD.S. 6.00 BOHEMIAN STYLE
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D. J. Harden, do 4.00C. Lou Brannen. do ---+ -- GERMAN STYLE'- -
Tills John Wilkinson do _. .-------- -- 19.37
W. and wife are visiting M. Smith, do 4.00 -- *.
B. E. Brown, do 4.00C. B H. Taylor, do -
relatives in the Providence section M. Smith, delivering ballot box and R. M. Hursey. do --------------- yj. : Jacksonville
this week.J mileage 5.00A. Billy Varnes. do ___ Jj Compairt
M. Williams inspector district 7_ 4.00H. Bryant Dugger do !'?i orewing
E. J. Wainright and wife visited B. Wiggins, do 4.00 Charley Tomlinson, do _..----- --- 8,15 '
H. D. May, clerk 7 4.00 John Groover.'do ------ 11.56 e
relatives at Dukes Saturday and Sun JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA _
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do
ti H. B. Wiggins, 1 day delivering ballot Tom Boykin, fr..
; box and mileage ._. .. _-.,,..-..,-,- 2.70 E. B. Andreu. do 48,00 t [
i day.D. M. Cameron, d s 7 .. 4.00 H. S. Wilson dp __ +--- 2.75
N. Mosely was a business visitor W. G. Seals, rent voting place 1.00 tack Johns 1 log - -- .25

to Lake,Butler last Thursday.( Ed Abernathy, inspector 7 4.00 T. B. Edwards, gen do road work 16.87 MMMMMMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMwfM SEND US Ylll IBB
Drew Co., blanks 9.87 Charley Edwirds. -------
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.) Tax Collector Dowling and wife visited Drew Co., witness sub blanks 2.57 '. W. Moore, do .. -------- -- 10.00 i .

relatives here Drew Co., blanks sheriff office ____ 1.59 F. Dyal. do 'jjAB. BEAMS ,4
f Friday.The J. L. Warren, phone 3.00G. Will Tyler, do = -- -- Progressive Bosiness Firms In Starke \ !;
Christian and Methodist pulpits a Beavers, clerk election 1 4.00G. Surreney. S days T inspecting _. IN.W CHANNELSANGLES *
H. Beavers, del box and mileage_ 2.70 G. B. Colson, 2 shovels J f
were filled Sundayand Sunday Jesse Reddish, Inspector election 1.... 4.00 E. B. Abernathy. lumber ---J. ljj j AND

n night by their pastors, Cull an Lo. Harris John Wh'tehead.Billiard, do do-- 4.00J. 4.00 C.Robert B demons Groover,hauling gen road -wont..- *-3 Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their : AIL SHAPES fol;. ,

gait.r E. Wilson d s 1 -:- 4.00 Will Brown, do -_.. .---.-- -- -?' M.AND; SIZES
Raiford was well represented at J.. C. Jones, inspector and delivering. Barclay \ndreu., do do _. _--..------ 10.00 4.87 advantage to trade with the firms rep BOILER PLATE :
box 8 6.70 W. M. Andreu ----------
15 i Worthington_ Springs Sunday. N. T. Ritoh, inspector election 8 3.50 W. N. Nedd do 11.56 10.00 resented in this directory. TANK STEEL a<
t W. C. Whitten. do (..60J. : S. K. Kelly do ; ---- -- ----
The smiling face >f Lonnie Fetch A. Brooks, do 3.60 J. F. Brook 1 shovel GALVANIZED {

is seen again behind the counter at A. Z. Adklns. county attorney 10.00E. M. C. Croft, gen road work .- -- 53,60 COPPER AND
C. Croft, supervisor registration ._' 80.00 Otis Pearce do ..-..------------- 6 67 i
Weaner Drug Co. F. L. WUliams. 1 month Janitor 17.60 Gordon Pearee. do J-J" ;ZINC SHEETS

41 T_J. Andrews, of Lake Butler, was Joe Williams, burial of Ed Hicks 7.00 F. W. Carver, do __ ; 2.09* ( MMMMMMMMMMMMM TRUSS RODS
Geo. A.board. Gardiner services canvassing Smith & Williams, shovels ------- a
here on business Monday. ___-- 8-00 S. Gillen. shovels, etc _-- .-- ----- 12.25 REAL ESTATE. FURNrrURE STAY BOLTS
i The Lake Butler baseball team will Mitchell Drug Store, pencils .75 Charley Young gen road work ...r. X60 s
Marshall Bruce Co, record book 17.00 Spencer Haroce, cross bats with the Raiford boys at William Mann Co.. pencils, etc. 6.66 Joe MeCarioa. do ---------- --- 50.00 < MMMMMMMMMMwt MMMMMMMMMMtMM N WORK
Bradford County Telegraph publishing Jim McCarloi. do .- r
this place:Friday, afternoon, at 2:30. etc 7-0" W. B. Waters, do _- Jf ''jOF.ALL: HINDS
Ceo A. Gardiner, insanity John Wright 2.00 Williams do I
Sheriff Danmark, of Starke, was in Jim --- I
S. R Denmark, do 2.45 J. J. Nettles, do ----- 15.50
town on business Monday afternoon.W J. P. Tomlinson M. D., do 2.00E. S. R. Roberts, do ------ 15.60 \ COMER L. PEEK FURNITURE OAKCHERRY "

J. Epperson of the State Prison T. Campbell, M. D., do ,- 2.00 Lee Brannen, do ._-------- -- 8.00
W. W. Baisden. do 1-00 TmotbT Johnson, do 5.60 ( Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else you CfPRCSS r .5-
P Farm, near this place, visited at Lake William Mann Co* 6.000 county war-' N. E. Taylor, do 15.60 I i
8857A. do .. 7.50 might want MAHOGANYX
rants -- A. C. Summer ------- -------
Butler Saturday night and Sunday. A. Roberts, 2 days and mileage with E. Dongless. do W-JJ < Umber Expert. PINE
board .. 11.40S. do < HULL'S
Watkins. DEPARTMENT
-- -r E. ---------- J.75 FALL
MEETING.OF SCHOOL BOARD. B. Denmark 2 days with board 8.00 Sam Nickels, do ----- -- ;- ------ J-76 83 years Experience at Starke. STORE. HARD W
" (Continued From Page One.) W. S. Croft, 2 days and mileage with V. A. Browning, dov ._.;. < LAUNCHES 'E
s board 13.60 A. M. Coleman do ..-..,..- .- .-- 12.00
; .tittle Springs .... 7.50 J. B. Dowling. d' election and delivery J. A. Altman. do ....-.:-- ------ 8 03 DORIUS' '.-
i of box 2 __ J-S; _: 13.10
H. L. Time do --- SKIFFS
3' Tofcd E. M. Haien, d a election 7 3.00 J. C. Carter, do ....,-..-- ------ 51.51 MMMMMMMMMtMMMNOTIONS. MMMMMMMMMMMMDENTISTS
t; x The following warrants drawn on General J. F. Kiekliter. broom and pearline .90 Tom Kelley do _- 10.90 : BUILT
18-Lizzie J. R. Dowling, erecting election booths Wm. Mnrry. do 10.90J. .
SUndei. teach Dukes school 25.00 No. 8 I-00 Brown do _- .50 TO ORDER
= n-Boda Gretn. teach Guilford S5.00 W. C. Wh'tten material and hauling J. F. Thomas, do -- 435 BOILERS
SO -Ina Crews 4> Long Bridge ---- 45.00 booths election 8 ..... 7.55 J. L. Wynn do -,- 1.50 MMMMtMMMMMMMMf MMMMMMMMiMMMM
c 81- a MeGroder. do New Zion 40.00 A. B. Snrreney. 2 days with board and John Cowart do -- .71 AND TANKS
52-Ida Price, do Cason -- ..- 20.00 mileage ---------- -' ----- 1WO C. C TUlis. do 125.01 TOYOUR .
t IIL 81 -Truby Pinholster. do Thomas __ 60.00 S. T. Dowling. 2 days com and mileage 10.20 J: T. Jones do -.- -05 MADE
84-Berta Green, do Thomas ,. S5.00 Geo. D. Barnard ft Co.. deed record etc 29.30 W. M. Watkins, do -:- 24.40 Why Is it that when you ere DR. U. G. TURNER ,
21. J. B. Davis 4. Co,,insurant* for W. A. Bessent, 2 days canvassing votes 8.00 A. B. Nelson do W-75 in need of Notions Ladies ;
jUu Butler school _______ 8.00 a A. Roberts, do ---- l8 T. J. Moore, do 5.42 Ready-to-Wear Goods Shoes ORDERCompetent
B7- J. iJ.- Davis a Co, insurance fort W. J. Eopenon. inspector 2 4.50 T. J. Moore, do .- 5135 DENTIST ; Workmen For Road It*
SUrke school KO-00 J. W. Jones' do --- 4.50 R. U. Parmenter. do -- 7.25 Novelties, Etc, yon generally
88-Bradford County Bank, ;interest onhnrowed N. E. Roberts do ------ 4.50 M. L. Smith, do _- 20.00 go Edwards Building At AU Times. k
now 107.92 L M. Stokes, clerk No 2 _____ 4.50 J. 'D. IteCormtek do 18135 toSTUMP'S
u-F. N. Andrews, nom: .... .... 16.66 7. M. Stokes, delivering box 2 2.60 J. D. McCormick, do 1S-12 *' There's "
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i" 10 Stale Chambers, teaching Providence W. T. Weeks, arranging boxes for elee- Everett Green, do _- 18.75 Reason Upstairs over Post Office NE8R1I1-STETENS W

school 1 ; 21.00 tion -. 1M Eury Green, do .. .li2J ;r
,i-a. M. Knight, do Vanderbilt .- 25.00 W. T. Weeks, filing 162 papers eon- J. Green, do 22.50
i M-Ada Kennedy, do Vanderbilt 17.50 neeted election ;- f-JJ Joe Thornton do 6.00 MMMMMMMMMMM JACKSONVILLE, FLOI
M-Joe Andrews lumber for Blair F. Mouline. J p inauest Tom Lee -- J. S. Thornton, do 29.25 4
school __ >. 4J.9J C, W. Brown. M. D. do M-00 Calvin Griffs, do 1-25 < DRY .
4-N. H. Stokes, for Sam Keith forM J. E. Wilson d s do 4.80 R, D. Stokes, do 15.50 GOODS.MMMMMMMMMMMM. it
Work boats 6.00 T. T. Blackburn juror -" R 'D. Stokes, do 8.12 PRINTING
-D. I. Blume, freight and lumber. 11 JlM E. Wilkerson. do .. ,---- 1.60 J. W. Riehardsoa. do .- -25 *
-N. H. Stokes, board services 4.00 B. Wilkerson. do -- .id0 J. a Graf S. do 1 5Will'e COFFIN CASKETS
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17-U R. Green, teaching Roberta R'ehard Griffis. do --------- Griffls, do .- 5.60
t school 17.50 J. D. Marr. do J-5J E. Gatlin, do 18.50 Aad a T.HU1 Lint ofUndertakers'
t8-laa Long ___ 45.00 J. T Marr do ... Sid Gnffis, do _- 1135 J. MORGAN SuppU*
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: e1-N. H. Stokes, board service __ 18.40 1. W. Hamilton d a election 9 8.00 Jim Griffis. do .!- 1200Ed. S o-
100--Choley Fogg do 12.00 N. D. Wainright advance on 1914 tax Foteh, do 21.00 Headquarters for BRADFORD COUNTY
I 101-L. W. Klekliter. do .. 8.00 books 60.00 J. P. Campbell, do 1-00 < Ladles Ready-te-Wear Goods, TELEGRAPH Always on bond. The best IT._ _
182-r. GSrhelU cffi- incidentals ... 11.60 N books D. Wainright advance on 1914 tax I0'00 M. A. Sweat do 60.00 4 Dry Goods, Notions, Etc COMMERCIAL PRINTING tioe at the lowest prices. 9pt6f t
-50
100.00
10S-F. C. ScheU. salary W. C. Bareley do -
104-W. C. Wooldredge. teaching Little N. D. Wainright advance, on 1914 tax 50.00 Riley Norman, do ________ 88.13 4R. attention to Tt legraph Ordgs
Spring ,S7.50 books --- E. Wilkeraon. do 6.00
104-Uu* Sloaa 20.00 N. D. Wainright advance on 1914 tax H. F. Parmenter.. do _....-..,_.. 1.00
lOf-L. R. Dsvis 55.00 books M-00 L. B. Varnes. do 13.00 Registered EmbtlmttDeWITT
N. D. Wainright advance on 1914 tax Thornton, do 10.75
Henry
Total -1085.22 books -..-_J. .. 60.00 L. B.. Reynolds, do 48.00A. A. D. Andrew Here. Co axes, etc 2.85 B. Lee, 3 logs out of road ____ .75
N. D. Wainright advance on 1914 tax S. Belling, do 15.00 M. W..Mann, gen road work 55.80H. R. & Lee bal on bill .50 C JONES
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j How'sTbk? bnoks 80.00 Luther Watdron, do 82.60 A. Howard, do 66.25 .
1 day equalizing 4.00 Total 8305.49 '
S. T. Dowling. A. Y. Young, do 17.50 .
'Wo offer OB* Hundred Dollars Bejrarl CA.. 400W. Perry,Brown, do 1-2S Mania Greco do .75 to C.C Livbgdai&Co.SUrke. ',

! to any>case of Catarrh that S. do 4.00 C. C. Merricks. do .............-.-- 16.60 T. B. Hosier, hauliar looter 1.50 <
Y A. B. Surreney do 4.00 J. S. Williams, do 4-85 Calvin Bhoden, gen road work _-..- S7.75 Alcohol whips the heart into more JLueeeerae Fla. ys
cannot b* cured by HiU's Catarrh W. A. Bessent 3 days with board _- 12-00 H. M. Jones, do 6.00 Lawton Crawford, do ,.___ .. 13.25O.
o Com S. B. Denmark 1 day with board Oscar Summers, do 2,50 M. Alvares. do 21.S7 rapid action and it has been calculated

!f. 7. CBSMET ft CO:.Toledo, 0.Ife. Geo.equalizing A. Gardiner, : insanity Jim Lee 4.00 Lewis Wsldron, do 27.00B. 42.75 W. T. Weeks, keeping road book .... 10.00J. will cause it to beat 4,300 times .3
Charley Young do S. Smith, refund on convict Henry
vndenlfMd.. have known F. J. Jonas ___ 2-00 B. Waldron. do 120.00W. Fagan .. ..__-- --,- -. .. 60.90 more during the day if a pint of ale RUB-MY-TISI
Cbaaty for the hue u yean and believe S. B. Denmark, do 2.05 .
S Croft inspecting road 10.00 O. *.
s a elm perleet1' honorabU ta all buHnes \. H. Freeman M. D, do ,.......... 2.00 Frank Morgan, gen road work .,. .. 13.05 T. J.Haynes Dekk.gen do road work 8.05F. 1.60 (equivalent to an ounce of alcohol) is ,
enanetloBc and flnanrtaDy able to carry J. P. Tomlinson, M. D., do 2.00 taken in Will curs Bhenmat
Cut aoT obflcatlom made h't firm. Ed. Lewis do > 19.80 N. Andrews, com as trees ____ 20.84 twenty-four hours.-Dr. D. your
oy W. W. Balden do 1.00 A. O. Strickland do 42.90 DeWitt C. Jones, gen road work ._- 10.90G. L Tate. Neuralgia Headaches Cra
NATIONAL BANS 07 ,
COMMERCE
G. W. Finley. do 8.75 W. Lewis, do 7.20
> Tbledo, aOttarra Total Fund 1254.12BalMing John Snrman. do 16.00 The Shriver Co, handles for axes _- .60 Colic, Sprains] Bruises, Cuts ft

f &Wi Can is tatfen latenuUr.. Q-Jgley Lumber & Supply Co, re- L.L. B.B. Edwards Edwards,, do do ._ 28.00 18.75 J. L. Stalsby, gen road work 57.50 That alcohol is Burns,Old Sores,Stings of Ins
Everett Green do a poison is matter
eetlaa directly upon th* blood and snu- r*:n at Jail 27.73 Lawton 11.75S. a
Y esea surfaces of the system. Testimonials i T. N. Andrews, com as tress_____ 3.60 Conner do 16.75 J. H. R'teh. do of fact not of Etc. AnfseptiziAnodyneuscdkrnaly
Lawton Conner opinion. This
frc cents bottle. I I do + 4.10 T. Dowling road inspecting 8.00 truth
DL72 per Sold.1 Total --- Ed. Bigdon. do .- .-... :.._..._. 2.00'Hardy W. A. Bessent. I days in speebng ---. 12.00 has been established as completely and ezterua 1y.Pric: t .
Bin1*fussily MU tot ootu .tioa. | a&geFuaL 31.23I Kersey, do __- 45.75 a A. Roberto, do 12.00
4 i Elarbee Turpentine Co, lumber hauling 10.70 Frank Stevenson, ditching ll.M has the law of gravitation. Bead the graph-1.50, t ,

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I I We are offering 'our entire :line of *****+***.+*+,*++***
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summer hats at and below st. We ,. po.oooooooooo'. '. ; ) i' :
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have a number of gingham hats that t- i
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Bits of, LocalInformation will please Mrs. B. B. Hopson. tttttttttttttttt" THE PLACE WHERE, YOUR iDIMESLASTIIKEDQLLAI

[ R. S. Fernandez, one of Starke'a ANTED-Tohacco' salesmen. Earn

; JL well known young citizens, was in the $100 monthly. Expenses. Exper- $

i city: Friday on business. He made ience unnec 8sary. Advertise and ,

ftft.; I.. -. '. the journey in his Ford car, being accompanied take The purchasing power.of'your dollar win farther '
from merchants for
orders : go ,
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MI c..JJ l ... ..... .- TI by several friends.
"j" ....., sa w ell' .rr eeel,teas,. Gainesville Sun July 18. smoking and chewing tobacco, ,cigarettes at this store now than ever. We are dosing out:; our
,
j,, I cigars, etc. Send a 2 cent
p 'J. \}.. Mr. C.- W. Crooke, national lecture stamp.for full particulars. Hemet Mid-Summer Millinery at.!and below. actual cost,

tt: i., .. illustrator, delivered two entertainingand Tobacco Co., Now.York, N. Y. 6510t Our selling policy of quick: sates, at a small ;tpjrofit \
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MrS. Sternberg and son, George ,
I Leviton. I : ,
For dry:goods. lectures in '
instructive Starke
means more sales for us--because it enables .
of Gainesville, visited his son, N. every per- 4
.
Sunday, .one in the morning at the FOR SALE-At a bargain price, if J
.fWheo.T want groceries call Sternberg.and family here Tuesdayand Methodist church and one in,the even taken at once, horse, boggy and ,son,who buys here- -to'make, a cost saving of one-half.'
,1 M Na:26. 7.24.2t.: Wednesday.J. harne &: Price less than !)IIi 'v
of
cost
rp
ing at the Baptist church. Come and test us on this., J
Darby. visiting rela-.J.Ji. P. Tomlinson Jr., of Dr.'and buggy alone. Also a good house re
[t qq Carrie son
-i i $ Mrs. Sam X. Dell and little son have frigerator. See Jay Brown. This is the place .where yon can buy,e efythiq :'in\
N. C. Tomlinson is rela .
Hendersonville, Mrs. J. P. visiting '
.,'tifti I'I'i. ,
i... tives at Lake Butler this week. returned, from a pleasant-visit with 1 I 7242t.. Notions, Ribbons., Etc. V < J1
DMIu taomi Hill, of Dade City, vis'ftid her father, Capt. W. T. Weeks, at r' 1

t H- r friends in Starke this week. I We receive your money cheerfully, Starke. They spent a part of the WA I'ED-New land to plow at $4 ,.
*, .
. ,, I but we give it back just as cheerfullyif time at Kingsley lake, Starke's pretty per acre.. No ,job too big. E. L. Big Week Special '
t ,;,.*'i )fro & Roebuck, of Theressa, trans- the purchase is not satisfactory.Mrs. little resort.-Gainesville Sun. Ware Starke Fla. 7242t. ; :: .

laded business in Starke Friday.. B. R.! Hopson. Mrs"frank'Burnsed Tues0
'if $ t : Mrs. J. D. Tabler returned to her --.... returned ,- You should see, the new Panama Hats There

f Shoe'i at Leviton'i. Mrs. Jimmie Culfert, of Jackson- home in Eustis Tuesday after a visit +
it! I-r--::; LOST Elgin watch, gold-filled case, new, as can be-these hats for women's summer wear
; MT!. J. G, Alvarez is visiting her 'villle, and Miss Ethel Futch, of Law- of several ,days here with her parents.She I
3 .,.1-fr.l. C. Alvarez, in Georgia. I tey, visited ,Mrs. Culfert's aunt, Mrs. was accompanied home- by little with leather to J. T.fob.Quigley.Reward if returned -and are by far the most serviceable creations shown .

; Jeff Johns, last Saturday. Alleen Haislop, who will remain with this summer. There is a varied assortment on display.You .
| When you want a ham, call phone her ,until the last of August..
I 'No. 26. 7242t.I I Misses Susne and.E. Darby I WANTED-Hides. Best prices paid. must see them to appreciate their style.

.' have returned from North Carolina,' Jesise May Baisden, the tenyearold 0. Gardiner, Starke, Fla 7-17-tf.
l Mr. W. E. Torode, of Lawtey, was where they spent a month in thei daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. i

i .Jin:Starke on business Tuesday; 1 I Ii i I mountains. Baisden, fell out of a china-berry tree Messrs..Max B. Brown and Sidney LANE'S MILLINERY PARLOR .

of Monday and fractured a bone in her Harris, of Macclenny, were visitors to
Mr. Louis H. Hill, Lawtey, was i.
business j Mrs. William Phillips and little left arm. The injured'member was Starke Monday.Carter STARKE FLORIDA '
in Starke on Tuesday. ;\
l daughter, of Jacksonville, who were promptly treated by a surgeon and .

::j I,SUMMER Have your house the guests of.Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Livingston the hild made as,comfortable as pos .
returned .- - - -
. .icreened., Jones', Hardware.. for several weeks, sible.John'Hunt. r', I
home Sunday. f
: ,Dr.:J.. 0. Haynes made a business the ten-year-old stepsonof Loverse
> ,,trip to 'Jacksonville Thursday. J Mr. J. R. Dover, who is recovering Mr. M. D. Newman fell from ,a '
; .' I from an attack of typhoid fever at horse Wednesday morning on the side- THE COLLEGE OF LAW ;

R or g doses 666'will, break any the home of his parents, Mr. and walk at the Edwards livery stable and Cost living .

; (case of Fever or Chills. Price 25c.Embroideries Mrs. F. H. Dover, of Hampton, spent fractured the lower end of the hu- JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, Del nd, Fla

Leviton'sFlorrid Sunday in Starke. merus in his left arm. His arm was
at a two year and a three course of
; } -- dressed but it is feared leading to the decree rear: B. It k I
-" f Eddie McManaman, of Jack- by physicians, To the People of Starke and Trading X JKt*
Miss and best in Florida. It baa Y
1 Mr.J. B. spent several days that the elbow joint will be a
always
Public- '
the of her friendsthe body of successful alumni. Special eW-
sonville guest
was
this'week with .his'children in Jack- Misses I wish?:to announce to you that I LAWOffen placed on Florida Pleading and Pru-' LA.
Baisden
Sunday. IU graduates admitted to practice with
{ !onvflle. five weeks with stiff.Mr. have opened a wholesale feed and examination. Faculty, law build- I
visit of r
from
-t day a D. Boree and family, of Wau- library courses of study unsurpassed.
}i **Mss-Mamie &berb is spending aiweek's relatives in Tampa.Mr. ,chula, are in Starke on a visit this flour and grocery store, located by the begins Sept. 26. Send for announcement a
Hull Department Store,,orOJCall St., for 1914-15._ t
vacation with her brother, Mr.I is fI
: week. Mr. Boree everything
Mrs. Charles'M. Wall and says = few'of'
and and w U give a my prices:
Jacksonville.
in
: J: L Roberts booming at Wauchula and new set-
I Messrs. E. J. Taylor and J. Silva pass- No. Z"Wbite Oats, $1.75, per sack.

I J 4Attorney: T. G. Futch, of Lake But- ed through Starke Tuesday on their that tlers county are arriving is liberally every advertised.day because He No..2 Mixed Corn, $1.80 'per sack. I l

":.Jwu: Starke this week on legal way home from Jacksonville to Tam- Shorts, $1.70 per sack. 'I
that Bradford has
also county
: pa in an automobile. I says Bran, $1.60 per saCk. .
better soil than any he has seen in ;
f '
: : $3.85 peg box.
Octagon Soap, '
!Editor'.D. H. Moseley, of the Rai- Bargain-Mark the word; it's very South Florida and .all this section t
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Feed sack.Porter's
''fprd .Tribune, was a visitor to the seldom we use it, but we have so many needs, in his opinion, is more public- Kandy ,,$1.80 per When You Want
Best Hams, 20c pound. :
'itcouoty seat Tuesday. pretty little creations in millinery' ity. ,
'r White Side'Me t;; 15 l-2c pound. ; .
m such trifles. Call and se us. Mrs. B. .
Mr. Clyde Alvarez, of Jacksonville, Wm. Lake, of Starke, was in the Smoked Side'Meat, 16 l-2c 'pound. t ,

n 4 visited. his family at Eingsley lake B. Hopson.' city Friday., Mr. Lake was marrieda Sugar Best White; $4.80 per 'sack. A Horse A Mule ,1't: ]

k 'this "week.Mis. II Mr. G. C. Livingston has the con few days ago to Mrs. Ola Yancy at Best Pearl Whole Head Rice, 6c I ..
: r ,tract for grading and rolling Walnut Trenton, and his friends here were per pound. : ;
f >I J. P. Bennett is having herr street and is doing the work this pleased to congratulate him upon the 60 pound '(Tub Lard, $5.65 per tub. ;

two.residence houses on South, Wal- week. This was a much needed improvement hapy event-Gainesville Sun, July 18.' 25 pound Sack: Sugar, $1.25. A Buggy A 'Wagon J i'

t nut street painted. I Mrs. Lake arrived in Starke with her Yours 15 very truly, ; ;: ::1

Leviton andfamily moved three children Wednesday. Mr. and J. C. CARTER.
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0 Shopping' here is pleasant, profit-
'Tlumd y'to th 'Chase house on W. Mrs. Lake are making arrangementsto 7172t.

.;"t i, Call street. able spending pastime.your money Buying right.here Every-means ture.move to Marianna .in the-pear fu- A Set of. Harness. w e. Y

I, When yon want anything the thing for the ladies. Mrs. B. B. Hop- FINEST WE HAVE SEEN :t "
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Mr. E. M. Folsom, the enterprising ro*
_eed line,',call phone*No. 26. 7242t. son
proprietor of the New York Racket' Come to See Us s
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'., I 'Ilr. B.,C.-Bell, of :Mayo, attended When you want sugar, call phone Store, of Raiford, was in Starke this
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circuit court here this week. No. 26. 7242t. '
: week. He placed a full.page adver .
\i We in lots and our } '
buy
tisement in the Telegraph and gave us car give customers -
and
!Mrs. J. F. Colley returned Thnrsi American fence. If quality not

r.day from a visit of two'weeks with, quantity counts you will buy Ameri- a big order for large posters announc- the benefit of the lowest prices. t I I

.: ..relatives at WOliston.E .L can fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. ing a big cut price sale of merchan- 1"
Jones.A dise next week. Mr. Folsom says the
f Miss Hennie Newsom, of St. Peters ,time to advertise is when business is

i burg, is visiting friends here this beautiful effect in inside decora- dull, because advertising makes busi J. W. ANDREWS & SON'
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fi[ 'week. tion, produced by our fiat, soft-toned.1

Perfection Flat Paints, and Mission ness.Mr. Evansville, Ind., July 17, 1913 ..
'I Mr. N. fl'. Ritch has as week-end and Mrs. Chas. A. MarkS and .
{ Stains-all colors-Quigley Lumber The H. L; Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0.Gentiemei .
: ..fuest, Mr. and-Mrs. W. C. Kerce, of Supply Co. young son, Chas. A., Jr., motored to : We would not do with- ,

t'- GoQford. ___ r Gainesvillle Sunday from Starke and out your Man power Sprayer'aDJ Starke Florida I
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Mrs. M. Leviton and daughter, spent the day with Mrs. Marks' ,
par-
; is more. It is the finest we have ever
.t lisa Katie Belle Green spending
Rosa, returned Saturday from Glen ents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. ,Ellis, Sr. seen in this city at present. The
Miss
the week with Yivirette
k Floyd. Springs, S. C., where they had been Accompanying them was Miss Dorian people that have seen your sprayer 3
i visiting.Mr. Ellis who has been visit to Mrs.
1\ on a at place think much of It
our very ............. ...
I\ +:t Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson, of and Mrs. H. A. Bradley movedto Marks, her sister, for a couple of and well pleased to see it work at our H. C. ,
I Green visitors' to Starke weeks, and she returned with them RICHARD }
: Cove, were Lawtey Monday, where Mr: Bradley I place. Yours truly,
;s4 Wecb esday. for a more extended visit-Gaines- 'THEODORE BUCHHOLZ.For : BISCAY PRODUCE CO f '
has a position with Messrs. Rogers

Iti i Jr I,$ B. B. Johnson, of Jasper, &.Simmons, who are building the' ville Sun. Sale By: a MIAMI, FLA. | General hamme : i

Fins in Starke on circuit court busiwss new school house for Lawtey. Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson, returnedto R...:S. FERNANDEZSpraying e / '

> this 'week..Attorney her home in Valdosta, Ga., Monday I. i i
1 Just as natural for us to lead in Machines and Insecticide I represent none but BIRST''QLAS
after a visit of three weeks with her Solicits Consignments
[. variety and style as others to follow oompaniet and will be '
T. W. Fielding, of Gaines- son, Dr. J. P. Tomlinson, and family STARKE, FLOC v V oonatant.onthe'
; in Starke this week cit.colt If it's new in millinery and notionswe }
,, ville.'was on here. : of VegetablesCanta- alert to promote your interestey Our- _
M court business. have it. Mrs. B. B., Hopson.
p Little George, the one-year-old son antee courteous treatment to all i troa*. .
| loupes and Melons J '
"?r Mr. Joe Truby left Sunday for a Mr. fl'. L Arge, telegraph operatorat of Mr. and Mrs. G.-W. Baisden, got WHOLESALE STORE A well written policy by a' flntdaa '

: i visit with relatives in Waynesville, the depot, is spending a week's vacation hold of some kerosene in 'some man- .t ,e e agent in a fintalaai company. soma
with relatives at Goodwater Sunday and swallowed of ;
I N. c. ner some
I have opened a wholesale feed and times means mach in cue of -2
Ala. Mr.,J. E. Darby, of Olustee, is the stuff. The result was a bad case I! Biscayne Produce to. 1 lossbylrt
:' 'Mrs. Marion Wilson- of Tampa, is acting as substitute during his ab= of strangulation. Mr. Baisden took the grocery store south of my retail store 8. [. iicii io a st rid; ft
.-., visiting her aunt, Mrs. Jeff Johns, and sence. child immediately to a physician, who near the depot, and* will carry at all t.

pin. George Baisden. administered the proper remedies, and times a full stock of hay, oats, corn, .o.e...e..eeo..... stf Whenever You Need decent!IToofc

Lieutenant 0. W. Alvarez returned the child suffered no ill effects from general feed, flour, salt, octagon soap, >,. Take Wave's'The ;
i !!Mrs. J. C. Robinson' and baby are home Monday from the military en- his experience.Mr. lard, bacon, and ,chicken feed.I f.. 1111111111111 ++**+I 'Old Standard Grove'j Tastelesschill

{ i iay Folkston, Ga., on at visit of two campment at Black Point, where he will continue to do a retail busi-! + Tonic U equally vtlaabW: u a

: ; vtu with relatives. served during the maneuvers as act. J. S. Grinerjjof.Brooklyn1, was ness, but 'I,:will not advertise any retail + A few railroad watches at + General Tonic because it contains the .

t I :Attorney A. C. Brooks; of Tarpon ing adjutant on the staff of Lieut. Cot in Starke on business Tuesday. Mr. prices, ,as I, am going to sell to + reduced prices at Miner's. +i wett IRON.known tome It acts properties on the LiTer of QUININB, Drive land -

t[ Springs, was in Starke on business in Wolf. Griner is a staunch friend of the Tele- the retail trade.' + oat Malaria, Enriches the Blood and
;if t circuit court this week. KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM- graph and brought us a watermelonof 6124t. J. C. CARTER. ....1111111111111 ++-H-+I I Bn2dj op the Whole System. 50 cent*.

: 4 the Tom Watson variety that was .
,*-.. sad Mrs. B. W. Hodges were For home, stores,and all public build- big enough to hollow out for a canoe. I ,

l- ;tot guests of Mr. and Mrs. O; W.' ings. Requires no running water, cess He had fourteen acres of watermelonsthis ..

fnrei at Kingsley ke last week. pool or sewer connection. Approved year. He informs us that this -,-\ I-
r i _______ b t r Boards of.Health. Costs less than not for !
was a good trucking in
: year
1:4 Muse Lela and Estelle Dyal, of cess pool or sewerage systems. For -a
his section but that the '
cotton and -t ll
[Fernandina,'were the guests here this sale by the Quigley Lumber & Supply corn crops' look promising. He expects :g tetafJJ- I g
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l'7k of,their.aunt, Mrs. 0. J. Griffin. Co. to have at least 1,000 bushelsof \

'$ Anew, picket'fence has been erect- G.'W. Massey, of Starke, proprietorof corn and feels certain that he will -t .!_ _.. '0" .;;;l;" 7llalong 1.- .distant sO'tminia9'chatttptoa; l if
| $ in front of the Baptist parsonagei the factory which manufactures the get a bale of long staple cotton to 3 .' -. ':...:'_. c f;; qmtnC4 :was vJcnna ly 4. bo 1111io '1
.Walaatstreet.Nos i the :':"- .:.;:-.:. : dI consider thfll lie '
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: 'i' ; A. P. H. cigar, was here yesterday 4.. : e.Wa.. was '
,
ir' : I yo- looking after his trade.GainesvilleSun acre.Best Diarrhoea Remedy. : -' ;;;; ; uttfU all hU Vitality va$ dlpUt 1 ..Jl"t I!
-A.
t Il Andrews ..
; of Raiford, jL ,
l Mtaattendance July 18th.f If you have ever used Chamber- ).': ,- t after he \ as tiiw. And tluft--' ',
fJ \i'aea1 at the Monday, and lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea in prigs the key fc'all q. '
: sessions of the Mrs.
t circuit court
Maggie Johns who lives on the
,
Remedy you know that ft is a success. ltrl..f-t WI
F'.I western edge of Starke, discoveredtwo Sam.. F. Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes: .5alJiti and putting 9Kotiaj m'ihc Sank mag tecome.jomdttn :r.,t tr1omL

t4 ; and, cincIwna at Leviton's.s pumpkin thieves on her place on "I had measles and got caught out <5. 'f t Sunday in the act of J "
t purloining some in the rain, and it settled in
stomach t
my ttlmats aoaylatsidt
i t s t 1l;> des of lumber. ash, doors, of her pumpkins. She hurried out to and bowels. I had an awful time, yJ .r 't_kupit.up..4'opaltaorraarrccu ;}

.:-1 plik'aa4, in tact, everything for them and made them hand over the and had it not been for Chamberlain'sColic I", .."'

klbI t; and improving your home to pumpkins. She demanded their names Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy '
Madat'the Quigley Lumber & and they said their names were Roberts I could .
not have
s possibly lived but a lr "'
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e OI.,. f'''! i; .'', at Gainesville.and Dnnean and that they lived few hours longer, but thanks to this 1P n"

: They left before steps remedy, I am now well and ..V
strong.
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13r e ... o. tin THOD .AY..OI' AUGUST. 1914 to the.county of Bradford 8ttM of Florida owKn DescriptUa. Land : ;;. OWNER Descripdaa ,ef Laad 'I'I ,m s

task thereof wffl be to the amount doa fOr turn berein Ml opposite .
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,** t: yards thenee 8 140 yards T. W. B..u lot
.1 in NE eomer of NEK of '
thenee E 176 yards, thence N 1
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140 yards to point. of beginning -
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0"'* Desertptien LejUJU1 Range 19 being 61 feet N and
81 I
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-. Unknown .Commencing at NE comer of ; Worthington Springs ...... _
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# NWK of NEK and run W 188 L.. A. Duncan .... .. lot 2
T I- M' feet thence 8 ITS feet to a I y SH.of 1 and NH of lot 3, ,
'\ I J 0 thence K: "'" ana Iou 2. 11 and 11 .:. .-...- 6 6 2033
of
point beginning, Unknown ....., S
68 feet thence 8 to right of ...,.. Rof lot S and all of lot 4-.-- 7 g 20110
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Unknown -N% of SH of lot 10 .... 'I 6 10
of NWK .
Ward .. SH 21 40
: thence NW along said right of Mn. 8. M. ..
Pencil .......
of lying S u4t .NH of lots 4, 6 aad I ___ 18 6
t ". i- and W of 8H Bail way 8W34.,.. .-..= 84 4 18 40 SSJS .} way V to land of J. D. Cobb. VV V .. P. S. Denmark ..... ....NEI4 .f NE34 ..._....... ...; n I II 2011E 40
thence N to point of beginning I Unknown V of ._.....
14 I. CtbttJ.J.GrSt NW of NEJ4. U 4 19 40 2.81 SEJ4 SWK :? ..;. E3 6 ZO to
In Lake Butler 81 B !Ol' U'
E ..._....... NW wi NW 28 4 19 40 242 Gae WyattCommencing 50 ft 8 from eo- u Sil111ti. Sterricks t B. HIAt ?- ..NW __..:.................. 20 4 20160 lUll ter of G. S. and F. railway, VK. less 1 acre to church -_\ 14 6 20119 '
J. SaD! -- -- ---NW of ode .NH of V tracks on section line dividing 3. C. Cuoa -.QE of NE14 .... 11 I n 6
1' -" NW% ,10411110 7.43 sections 81 and 82 and run Rev. 8. F. Wolfe .. ... NW of NEK of SWK ,",' 2 622 to ,-
..J. P ... --..N",4 d 8Wof u. 21 421 80. 7.18 westerly parallel with railway I. B. Jldli11q ;NW., of SEK W of railway 3 6 U II1 <

+u' Uak..v -E:* NW* u4 W 2B 4 21 40 ia \ 135 1-6 feet to point of beginning :* of NWK of NWKNEK .......i': It I U 10 s
of SEK of NWK5V r "d.JEH of NWKSH and
S thence S 420 feet thence
W. C Barclay ,. _.-- of 8WKSEK l SB l 28 4 21240 %&% E 135 1-6 feet thence 8 !10 SWI4 of NW _.._._._.??._ 10 6 22280 '
er Of N?and 83 4 11" 6.02 thence W and parallelwith' J. S. Dixon ............ -_ of NEK of NEK andSEK .j
fatty
-SEK of'SE-- -- 27 'U 40 3.79SJS .. said railway 809 feet of NWK of NE'4 and SEy Icmes

Uakaowa ,,_ _.?._.... u -NEKorNHof ., thence N 804 feet thence W of NEJ4. ." 1. 8 U 70
I IF N lef lots 1 and 2 -.r.-. 88 4 22 34 413a 135 feet thence N 420 feet July Gaines .W laSW of S% of SWK of
NWK of NWKof 1 B 18 20 % __ '
.. L. WardtXlLGantar.- fE thence E parallel with said railway 18 $22 6
:: SWK and SWK of ..1 .. m J. H.Louis. Owens NW of '
\ .. 08i 403 3-6 feet to point of NE14 .._. II U 40
SEA _....... 18 80 7.29 beginning4H Mre 31 B 20 B 8.83 J. Glover .-Au of WH of NE34 of NEK .
H. B. Nettles _SWK of KWK and NH ef Srf"wiaBlIM.rf J. W. Townsend ...... ....N% of SW% 36 B 20 80 '1.11Co E of Starke and Sanderson ;
W % 14 118110 167 A. Johns .. ... .... _SW K of NEK and N% of S -road .; 29 122i'' '
K. H. Nettles -EH 16 I 18. 80. 7.8S. HOf of SWK and NH of 8WKSEK .Eleven acres more or less beginning
L I* pt _W", ..I... IMF .. "' ._ Y l I" '1' and NW K of SEK at NW comer of MWK
SWK of NWK ------ II 1 180 1.11 < r 8..5 f"" :' and NEK of SWKK n_ 86 S 20160 18.05 of SW%. of section 21, and
t j. I*. Bu6a NE14 .f NE14 -- ,, 17 B ( !..t2J. S. H. Thompson -HE" .f of NW14 andN run E 420 feet thence 8 to 8
.4 L BardiD J8 13 1-3 acres'of SEK of NEK _as rdiaa laiali l NW14! of SE* of NWV__ 15 B 21 48 9.10 line of said quarter section
and EH of SWK and SEKNH "H"B 18268 25.43 UnknownG. 14 .f NWi4 16 6 21 40 2.92 thence W 220 feet more or less :

J. I* Hardin.Kettlea. of NEB. and NEK of N C. Sapp ..8 of NWK of SEK and S t. E side of public road thenceN
.W14 20 B 18120 0 10.62 W\ of SEK and Eft of N% along E side of road to W %
T L _SH of KBK and SEK of N of E14 of SW14 ._ 17 6 21 7B 13.58 line of said section 21. thence
V WK and EH'of. SWK and S I _'Ed038.06J. .Commencing at NW comer of 0 N along said section line to g
EK.NWK = YOa 18 SEK of NWK and run S 16 point of beginning ... -1 #

-91 L Hardin -------- of NW14 12 1 18 40 7.U feet thenee E 140 yards to a -WH of block 1. 8 of R 2. W 22,11

JL H. Netties _. ... .-NWI4 .f NE% 11849 point of beginning thence S and EH of block 1. S of R
Hancock W% of ud NW ud .. ; 70 yards thence E 140 yards
H. W. sway 18.02 S W of Temple sub division of
11 ISO
25 I
NEK of w- thence N 70 yards to the point of
NWJ,4 NE14
w. L Ndtles NE of SEA' II I 18 40 US of beginning acres ___- 17 I 21 X 8.65 Louis -cUJOD Commenting at NW corner of -1 822 '1( f-

.... M. V. B1Ick1reIduSW14..f NE% ad Sw34 of _Commencing at SW corner of '. land owned by Elmira King on' r
SEK aDd ESE % of SEI4 __ 21 I 18160 6.69 j NEK of SEK and run N 70 Elide of railway right of way
ft W. Hancock % of HFK II I 18 40 2.42 yards to a point of beginning and run easterly at right angle
Jeh. A. otIIIaI ... _SWK OF NEK and SEK of thence N 70 yards' thence E to said railway to E line b
NWK and W% of NWK and 70 yards, thence S 70 yards of section 21, thence N song
WJt of SWK and NE of 8 : af J fIG' thenee W 70 yards to the point I'P'rr!'-::" rrv rof said section line to the roador

WI4, and NW% of SEK _+8.2 18 860 240 beginning ?..................- 18 i-21 1 7.81 Street known as Center

&J. Doatlass.Si4' of SEK of NEB and NE 4.46 D. LennonCommencing 210 yards 8 of N street in Temple's sub division
SE" 20 B 19 60 W corner of NEK of SEK thence W along said street to

a J. Dowtaia iiWf of 'SWI4 less 1 acre to and run S 62 2-3 yards, thence railway right of way thence.S I J
"school and N 6 acres of SW .2 E 70 yards, thence N 62 2-8 l p along said right of way, to the .
8.
M of SWJ4 .- 21 I i944 yards thence W 70 yards to a t JI'"j"rUr.poin : point of beginning in EHof

J. B.a Townsend ........... _NEK of and NW of N \ of beginning 18 I Z1 I lo.aO NEK. except such lots or

W14 and SWK of 24 6 11 160 1102"of L. C. Smith .. ... ..Commencing 210 feet N of SE pieces as have heretofore been ..

.. Fonyth ......-...NWK of NWK except 10 A 19 80 2.53 corner of NWK of NEK and deeded 21 12 14
ia SW cornerIK i -- .1& B run N 210 feet thence W 210 C. C. JIcLeaD .WH of block L 8 of B 4, W x

_SEK of SEK except 10 acres SO 7.71 feet thence S 210 feet thence Temple's sub division ... --4 n 1 U
19 ,
in SE comer -----------------'- 24 B 19 20 SJ3S E 210 feet to point of betrba'I !i(rr11': ; ..r.aiq Eugene Cot ... ........Beginning at NW corner of 11 ,
Cakaown ----% of SW WyeSW% ._ 24 6 3 ia SEK of NWK of N WH of SWK of SW% of section _
40
W. ILNcttk.XflMsl ....-.. _NW S .- 80 B 19 7.86 EK.Commencing_ -- 18 521 1 18.95 22 and run 8 70 yards _
Lot 12 45 20 80
o'"IWHofsEK' 13 6 20 80 8.80 J. C. Jones A Bros. ____ at NE corner of thence E 140 yards thence N
SE14
-SH 70 yards thence W 140
yards
CSflBOBsV Safa < 8of Jot 1 ,... 18 B 20 40 :,,4J6 NEK of SW 4. of section 18. to point of beginning. Two,
-
and E% of SW and run S 3 chns and 3 feet
'V : V I 20160 thence W along right of way E. U. Cbarbomlaa acrel 22 8 12 2 .
20a 20 40 11.41 of A. C. L. railway 14 ekes .WH of NEK of NEK ext i- fc
.a. (mtdotte QItBa8\\-u of SEK ___ I cept N 6 acres and E 60 fe-t-Jn
and 24 feet to a point of beginning 6
NWK NEK and NWK 8 Unknown ..0TXT14 .... t11 ,
of =4of \ thence N 210 feet SW14 of ,
NE N
and
r. NEK and NE'4 .f NEl4 .f SB
variation S degrees E. thence y
... WI4 and SH of NW lea 2629176" 23.61 W 210 feet variation 32 de- X'V ad SE14 of NE14 of SE34 an
.
_
rail. off of l yin thence S feet to SEl4 of SEys of SEI4 of S
Y9 ares E 210 i
Uaaw bloek N.
.. ..... ..-!- -ot f ,
i Andrews' addition to Lake Butler said right of way thence E Caesar Daub ..... ..... S even acre more: or leu 1D S ,U S
910 1.35 along said right of way to a i

I. L:ICoae ....r..r-...t -44 of block 4 in F. -i-. point of beginning acre in Unknown ........_. ToJE W corner of SE34 of NW4 _w U 1 22 7 '

o :: Andrews addition to Lake BitI" NEK of SWK; ... 18 In 1 9.92 A. V. Lone -._...._.,.. NE of i II 1 2314

c. ler H'120 L88 ...Commencing at NW corner of .< W. L. Newman 4 Sons --8W .f NW\ ......... .......o35-.I 1'1 6 6224 Qi' 1

?" 1Jabna .. ......... i.Lot 39 of block 4 in F. N. V' ., S.1 acre M. Morrell of land and owned run by N Mrs 209 Richard Reynolds, Jr. .....Commencing at NE corner f t j;
addition to Lab Butler -
e ... Andrews WH of NWK of of <
8EV4
'_ .. 910 LJ3 feet thence E 418 feet thence
V S 418 feet thence W 209 feet EVi and na thence W 4 1 '
I. L. CoM .Lots 45 and 41 of block 5 ia feet to a point of beginning ;
thence N 209 feet thence W :
N. Andrews addition to Lab
F. .
RntUr 29 B %0' L61 2C9 feet to point of beginning thence W 100 feet thence J
--
S 109 feet thence E 100 feet.
Ia SW of of NE ,
L. 54 block a in r. N. corner NEYa
COMCaknowa ...Lot of
I L. Andrews addition to Laka Butler 343 acres ,........... .. 18 I U 'l.03 thence N 809> feet" to- point of
t" ., V .91 20 1-33 ..2. acres Ia NW comer .f M.... Jennie Jrlaude Hoffmantt i ind U i IS
EL 1 .f block II Ia
Lot I' .. 80 52080 1446 .1 NW14 of NE14 W of 1. I 11 I 1.11 Starke ; .
Daktewa _E 20 acres of the following de- 0. G. Va ZaD' W3S .f SW34 of SWI4 __ 11 I Z1 10 4.63J. W. M. Bryan ..Iota a. 4. and 12 of block 14 II $23'

scribed land: SH of lot 6. 1.. WhitfeJa, Wy .f SW14 _. ..... ... 10 I 11 80 8.80 Ia. Livingston 1'ruby. and Coca
and all of lot 7 -"N of G. S..Lot Unknown ....... 11.% .. 1 1 Y2120 !2.'Il addition to Stark. ._ II IS
foOak ad F railway ---.. 80 S 20 20 9.70 Unknown SJi VV. .. I 1 Z2 120 12.11 G. G. Sche11er ..............W .f block Ii Ia Livingston ..
........ ._..... of ii' .......... .. .. ._ f
HewittiA. ........ .. 8 and N 25 feet of lot 9 V Unknown .NJ 10 I U 80 7.11 TriW y aDd eo.. sob division
of block I in Lake Butler 80 I 20 14.66i Unknown Lot 10 Ia WoodlaWD 10 1 Z2 10 US NE14 of NE l ------- ... II 6 II tr

-- Daeaa: Loa 9 and 10 except N 26 Unknown V lot 11 Ia Woodlawn 11 I 12 10 1.29 Unknown -.-_._Lot 1. Ojf block U.
feet of lot 9 of block 3 in Lake Unknown Sof SW14 of NWI4 and SE ba Livingston Truby awl eo..

Butler -30 I.0 28J1Ha.Atda .f NW34 aDd Ny of 84 sub division ef NEI4, of NE ,' ,
-.JJIIbna Commencing at NW corner of l SWJ4 of SWI4 and SE34 lSW14 W. ;. II 1 II
_ H. '. lot 16 of block 5 and ran E 20 aDd SW14 of SE14 andWs L. Home 1Ats 4 and I of bklek 1. fa .
feet to a point of beginning of SEI4'01 SE34 aDd S34 Davis ad TrIIby'I. addition .to r
thence S 60 feet thence W 20 I % on .. 12 I U 210 nu8 Starke ...; II 1 II 2.._

;i\ feet thence 8 65 feet thence of NW14 of NW14 and W. M. Jl1I1'CIavaJa. ..........,Lou 1. Z. 6.. 7. ud 10 .f
o!; V E 70 feet thenee N'43 feet NEI4 .f NWI4.?..........._ 11 I U 'lo 1.10 block 2.ba Davis awl Trub,',

.A, thence W 28 feet thence N 62 1. W. Caldwell.NE% of SWys .f NEY& __ 11 I II 10 2.64 addition to Starke .. __ ; II I IS
u -
:' feet thence W 22 feet to the Chu. Parker ...N34 .f lot 20 ia Woodlawn 14 1 U I 1.21 _Lots 11. U. 11. sad 14 of'
: point of beginning ba.Lab Unknown Lou 8t. 40. 41 aDd 4Z Ia Wood- V block Z. ia Davis aDd Truby'
B 20 4JS lawn .. 11 322 40 ; .
Butler --. SO n. Lot addition to Starke _. II 8 "
Man A.-,Zdfkr .Commencing at the NE corner C. B. Revere .Lou 19. 20. 29 and 10 ID R. S. 1. 8imau .Lou 6 ad 7 of block 18 ba" IS.

!. of block I and run W 25 feet Woodlawn _. n n 11 la 40 US Temple' addition to Starke ___ II 1 33
'iII. 't'dl'. to a point of beginning; thence Dr. Geo. B. Payne ... tlOt 2'1 Ia Woodlawn .. II 1 Z2 10 Lli Dr. E. T. Campbell -BkIek 1 in 1. G.,Alvarea'. additioa -.

;w's. 8 66 feet thence W 20 feet Carl Carbon Loa 43 and 4' Ia WoodlaWD1.. 1 Z2 JO 1.81 to Starke'" II 1 IS.
"
L- thence N 65 feet thence E 20 S. G. Potter ...... .......Lou 10 aDd Z3 Ia Woodlawn II I II ZO 1.81 JIn. B. 11. HoPIOD -LoU 6. I.' ?. and 8 .f block <

.; feet to the point of beginning Unknown ..._..._... .. Lou 2" 35. 86. 45. 46 52. 16.II 4. ba 1. G Alva es's addition. to
In Lake Butler ._ SO B 20 4.08 1'1. 68. 60. 11. Ia Wood- Starke ; ..;. II 1 n
.I McDonald --SH of lots 16 and 17 of block lawn 11 I Z2 120 11.07 1. A.o WaiDrlcht _Beginning at NW comer of 8

> 6. in Lake Butler ..._ SO 6 20SO 23.01 -Lou 1. 2. S. 4. 13, U. 11. 11. WK of SWK of section 28. 4

' l2 A. Duncan .-... Lou 19. 20 and 21 of block 5. 17. 18. 19. 20.. 29. 30. 11. U. and run E 484 feet thence 8
.. in Lake ButlerCommendnc ..' 8 20SO 29.97 ia Woodlawn 1'1 I Z2 110 lUG 418 feet, thence ,W 484 feet,
a Jsatkr. Turpentine Co. at SW comer of Unknown Lot 64 in Woodlawn ._ 17 1 Z2 10 UI thence N 418 feet to point oi
C. G. low .......... .. ..... beginning '
." block 7 and run N 80 feet to 83s of lots 22 and 21 aDd aU yses 1. M. Little of'V 28 I 22 I
' .' a point of beginning thence E Iota 21 and 2'1. in WoodlaWD18 I Z2 309.10 ..-Commencing at NW corner gd

I t' V 60 feet thence N 25 feet \ A. McCall ......_.. .......Lot 2'11a Eelt Lawtey _' 2.60is Madison and Myrtle streets, .
thence W 60 feet thence S 26 _Lou 11. 62, 63. 64. iii. aDd 1& and run W along Madisoc
feet to the point of beginning East Lawtq 1'1.46 street 210 feet thenee N 334
in Lake Butler 6 0 20 6.43 C. Parker .............._.?Lot 69 in East Lawtey .. 1.86 V feet thence E 210 feet to

,,. _.Block 14 except W 77 1-8 feetin Wm. WilllamI. Lot 4 Ia Otis sub division of ; Myrtle street thence 8 along 0.
"I. A. Ducu. Lake Butler '._...10".1'iUdl 20 i8./0 'Eelt' r- Lawtey ...... .?? .... c 1.11 r oflobstreet 334 ia feet,GMkiDI"addition to point

;s ... Battle B. McDonald .JUl lot 45 of block 17 and all :. Chu. Parker Lot 6 in Ota sub divillon of _
I .- to Starke ..... ..: 29
:
lot 46 of block IS N of A. a },.. ..........J.r 0 I' East La.tey ..............._ 2.11 1. ]I. Little ......--.-.--...Commencing at SW comer---?of- I ZY .= r
Ijf-I L. Railway in Lake Butler__ 30 I %0' 2.45i David M. Smith Lot 1 in Otta .Db diviaion of Madison and Myrtle streets it..
-Commencing at SE of East Lawtey _
Y lows corner 1.11
J. ?------
---- --------- and run S along Myrtle
V said Byrd and Verner lot and 1. N. S. Williams .....:..-.?Lot 10 Ia Otu IDb division of 105 .feet thence W at street rir'-t j'.

:.. < 1 -._' ,JX .VV run W 65 feet to a point of beginning East Lawtey 2.11 angles to said street 165L t,
,
: ,1J '. "" thence N to right of Mattte A. WoodeD -NE14 of NE14 of NEy __ U I 22 10 U3 1 thRU 8 parallel with sei-J(

!: '. ..., :'" way of G. S. and F. railway, C. H. ChurcbiUNW% .f NE14 of NE y 2i 1 22 10 I.2S street 105 feet. tbeW ni ,I
;' I "..' ._ ""' ,. .. thence W along said right oft G. H. Fuller -8W14 of SE14 of NE'4 25 Ii 12 10 1.23SW14 right angles to said street 106

'14 b ',try-'; V way to a 55 feet E of W ,"".. -- of NE'4 of SE 4 ____ 21 I 22 .10 1.85 I feet thence N 210 feet to t
ff J: ;;' : ; line.f said lot thence S to S Unknown -.----------.--.--N of NE14 01 SW% of SE1426 6 ZZ I 1.85 Madison street thence E along _

.t 'rH.' ""'', ., .. line of said lot thence E 210 Unknown ---SW14 of SW14 of NWys __ 25 I 22 10 1.85 Madison street 210 feet to the
t feet to the point of beginning N34 of SWy4 01 SE14 of NEt-- 21 1 22 10 1.85 po Dt.f, beginning in Gas-. .
?: ... V except 1 lot in NW comer 40 KlI. Anna kmrsu -_W 20 fat of N34 of NW14 01 kin's addition to Starke i U 8 II
t feet E and W by 80 N and S NW'4, .. 21 622 2.15 Mrs. J. R. Alvarez -_Commencing at 8 line of FulL ..
.....
I p. and 1 lot in SW comer 50 feet ," V .' Zen Eo Bolw1noD -_SE% of NW% of SEI4 __ 2T I 22 10 6.02 let land and run S Iii feet
EadWbYUOfeetNandSIa Unknown Lot 25 In Woodlawn ._ ao I 22 10 1.29 thence W .420 feet thence N ?
same 30 B 20 11.61 Unknown ... Lou 21 aDd Iii feet back .
? ---? n in WoodlaWD __ 10 1 22 10 U3 to Fuller land. {
"y J. XL Scarborough ........ -AU lots 6. .. 7. 8. and 9 of "' Unknown ?Lot 6 in Woodlawn ___--.:._ a2 It 22 10 1.29 thence E to point of beginning .
: .. block 3 in MeKinneys addition 'v ''1-1- W. L. ldilteer ..NE% 01 NWys of NE14 of SW ; also one lot 110 feet.'l I

to Lake Butler ..-. SO B 20 21.93 yf and NWYr of NE14 of NE and S by 210 feet E and W. .
.1 r' Uabewa 1.\; 11 of block S in McKinneys K 01 SW3C aDd E34 of SW34 "f1"'F"r' t. bounded N by Wm Lake, S by ,
addition to Lake Butler __ SO 6 '20 7.71 of BE14 of NWye _; 15 I 22 15 11.92 Mary Jane Green and E by ,' t
:. Laka Butler lea Co. Lou 24 and 25 of block 3 in Jam R. Brooks .--W3y 01 NWy of NW14 __ Z II 18 20 2.92 Sanderson laDe all in SH of ;i .
McKinneys addition to Lake 1. N. Douglass _.SE3; of NW34 2 I 180 6.62 SWK of NWK in Starke ......?- a a 4

/ .t 1 Butler ..............?... SO 6 20 lu. R. Brooks ..,Eof NE14 of NE14 1 I 18 ZO 4.1. Unknown ........... -?Commencing 210 feet 8 from -. .

4' .-.. J. W. Bodge Estate ........Lots 41. 42. 43. and 44 of block 14.96 W. F. !ledgemaa ----- -'W% of SW14 of SE34 .._ 'l I IS 20 1.21 SW corner of Madison and .
;i 8 in MeKinneys addition to Doria BrilliOn NW>lof NW% -_ II 6 18 40 6.39 Myrtle streets on West side of
Lake Butler 30 R. W. Williama --_W1.4 01 NE3i 01 NEST and N djs Myrtle street and run S along r
} V ; -Lot 15 of block 4 in McKin---. 6 20 1.18, W4! X34 aDd Nyy of SW ? said street 210 feet thence W ?H

s, V 'V nova addition to Lake Butler. 30 S 20 % of 17 8 18 SO U5 210 feet thence N 210 feet.

.j U,know, Lots 3 and 4 of block 4 in 2.15 Wm. Perry ..-. -S% of NE34 ._ 18 8 18 80 1.85 thence E 210 feet to point ..fbealnniDi
n
,. -- in
Catkin's addition
.': McKinneys addition to Lake Buck Williaml of i
SE14 NWk4 _
,; '' 18 II IS 40 4.11 to Starke '"- 29 I 22. ;
Butler 30 6 20 W. F. Hedgemaa ---- --....NEof NW1& ._ 18 6 IS 40 1.39 .0( I
VV .. Unknown 210 feet W of S
VV :. V _Lots Gus Hunt Commencing r
t" V V 16 17 and 18 of block 5 E'y of WJ,2 of NE34 28 C 190 :
4.11
1 .'. in McKinneys addition to Lake T. I. Alderman _.._...,..NW34 of NW14 '.21 II IS 40 W corner of Madison and..
'. Butler ... Unknown 2.4Z Myrtle Streets and run W 210 ;
...... .?_ SO 1:0 u _SWI4 01 SWI4 10 8 19 40 r.
.Lota 10 and 11 of block 19 in 6.23 Kn. Mary L. 10hD&OnNW% of SE'4 H __ 21 8 19 40 1.23 3.94 feet thence to S Westmoreland along said street Street 4.0

McKinney addition to Lake _1 acre ia BE comer of NE3of feet therce E 210 feet thence > r ,

Butler n 30 6 20 SW34 28 I 11 1 2.15 N 4:0 feet to point of beginning '
/sstken Turpentine Co. -Blocks 1. 2, 4. 6 and EH of 6.23 N. 1. Parriah I acres in SE comer of NE14 and designated Club

,, t ,.' '. block S in B. L. Newsoms addition W of Railway being 4 acres Two A lot in Gaskin's as addition ,t e.E
to Lake Butler ___ 30 6 20 E and W by 13s acres N and to Starke .. It 1 12
Uakaown .. ..... .... Blocks 1 and 2 in D. E. 14.96U South __. :.. .__ '
:V Knights 2t I 11 I 1.16 Unknown ................. .SH acres in SEK of SEK and .
V addition to Lake Butler ao .Lou I and 'I of block I ba +
-- I 2. 1 acre in NEK of SEK.! being
.. 1L Scarborough NH of lots 1 and 2 in F. P. UI Worthington SPrill "
Unknown ....._..... ....,.Fractional ---- 23.01 known as the likbPlace" _,
Odoms addition to Lake But block 4 in Worth-
in Starke .. ._._....- 29 6 II i

ler __ 11 520 ioU Unknown .r...............Fract ington oDal Sprinp block 9, lots-- 2.15 J. A. Wainright Part of the six acre lot commencing
V ; .Lot 6 in T. E. Deckles 1st ad w d except at the NE comer of,
i.1U. 'I ad
8
dition to Lake Butler in Worthington land
Sl 1 20 formerly owned by T. Wr< i
.Lot 8 in T. E. Deckles lit ad- 9.10 Springs 2.45 Sweat and run E to East bus
I. W. Hatcher ...........uLou 1 and 2 of block 10 in .
dition to Lake Butler .. 81 I %0 of section 29, thence S on saw
.Lot 15 in T. E. Deckles lat addition 7.11 Worthington SpriDp ... 11.88 '. tion line 220 yards thence W
sIn Lake BDeeckles 31 IO -Lot 1 of block 11 in Worthington to SE corner of land formerly

.' .Lot 47 T. E. lat ad- 1.11 1. W. Hltcher ... Springs 2.15 owned bJ Aid Swat tbeDee' ,
.r .........-Lou
I 1. 2. S, aDd 4 of block .
.; .. dition to Lake Butler 31 I 20 N to starting point iD E35 of,
J x J. W. Townsend -SH of lot 21 la T.. & Deckles 2.15 Unknown 12 in Worthington SpriDP __ 1.63 % 21Will.

s ,V lit addition to Lake Butler __ 31 B 20 Lot 2 of block IS in Worthington Edwards Estate SW of and NE14 01; J
''I .Lot 22 ia T. E. Deckles lat ad- 4.09 Spr ngi --_ 1.17 SW _w n.

c, U A.' Duncan -Lot dition 24 ito Lake T. E.Butler aid. 31 6 420 4.93 .Lou Worthington 1 aDd Y of block Ii ba i Unknown ...?..--.W% of NW34 of 8E34. except .
Sprinsra
t --__ Ia SW i3 S !2 1/ -
C. L Campbell 1.11 two aens COrBel' '-
dition to LakeCoremeneinff Butler .. -- -- Lot 'I 01
... block
:
31 B 20 11 in Worthington _
1.45 .;. Lou 1 aDd 2 of block 1 m;
11"s. .- at the NE comer Springs --.? _._ .. u 1 32 F
,- of lot 1 and run S 70 feet to Mrs H. B. Lamb --Fraetioaal block II ia Worthington -.? 6.02 Lincoln City ...r.. .. .
'" a point of beginning thence _Lou I and 'l of block I bsj
.. SpriDP
; ; k W lob feet thence S 70 feet. ...n. H. B. Lamb .Lots 1 aDd 4 of block is .. .. 111 Lincoln City' .r. as 8 22
; let: thence E 105 feet thence N 70 Worthington Springs ,: .. _Lot 8 of block 4 ia Ltncelai t=
_
feet to the point of beginn'g T. C. DoUC1ue .__Lob 1 aDd 4 of bloc! ,19 ID 1.61 City. -. -_ I a. '
,1. In T. E. Deckles 2nd addition to Worthington Springs Willie PumeD Lot 0 of block.6 ill LiaeobI i '
Lake Butler 1049 aty _;._ 32 6 S
'y KiM OUe:
Hagen .
11aka .. -- 31 I. 6.332J5 -- -..??.Lot 1 of block 23 .
wee .. -Lot I In T. E. Deckles tad ad- Ia Worth King Chandler Three acres ia SW amer eI:
.- \ ditioa to Lake Butler .._ Unknown inltton Springs SW14 of NW34 W .t. raihraJr.:,- 38 1 22 .
31 ... Lli ;
t)8.WatnV -- .
-- 6 .
20 --
k ---- Low 1 and C of block 11 iB .. ... ....
----- Lot. 1. has railway right of C. P. Chandler .. CommenciDg at NE comer of; t
k ..., Ia T. E. DeekJS !Del addi. .- .. Unknown Worthington Springs ...:..- SW14> of SW% of section S3,'
.
,
y""r t'4k tioa to Lake Butler .... .:,... ----- .......Lou 1 and Z of block 17 in .. 4. _. 1.12 ad run South 1.11 ehaln L: ''

S r ,BattleWIUIa I .... ...AD lot 11 N.f rail" iB-T.- 11. 1 YO.o.t s34j lob K. 8tepbeu Worthington Springs .._ ioU thence W 11 degrees north to;

j 2.f :... .' .! '. E. Dnklea addi tion t. Lab .,'t 1 -- -:.block Lot 1 39 aDd NJ,2 of lot 2 .f _. "',_ .. .- N line 01 said sn of SW14.; 1 ,
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1. J. B. Searkroisk .... _Commeaing at' JiB comer of w. ua .,4 acres formerly Worthington owned by SPIYL.B. ._ .:r .( ;.t 11.66 thence _E to p1ace .t beginning l' .i.. ._. 6 Q 1r
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FRIDAY, JULY 24th, 1914. THE BRADFORD ,COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. l -.\ J. .'
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\ u NOTICE OF TAX SALE '(Continued Froni: Page 6.) ; -. .C_: : ../ '", .1: c .... ]

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tar on'- ..Kcootnxrr. ..... ODD D8aIpdea et LaM ,M S

j-trill"'dolarJ-:"""' Ydioitk-fo '" __ a ..1. .1. .
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oliatiNtdYHaadastock or ppittry.teak ... ODD Description. at Land M ;: .f =1

'E ScaatB). Then are I n JOI doofattrrMoatl .s

W.todir.fcaaofRAAl -. Bat. Dat Mock M9..dae Iii j! block 11 ia Bampt.oa 11 'I I

, c; I.... Pries. (cep --.. .W six KI8. of S4 of sw IUI.

SroCIMimY arwmga'nertir I'auIe 8tna .._.._1.0of block I In 1. 11. J. V. I_ Tot1 of block 11 fa Ramp. -207 Its.. !Rcalla .

BFMHEDK3NE Johns i.b aTlaioa of NS's, : of It 7 '
HayacBE ....--.Lot 23 Ul x
NEJi U'Ul'Lota UJia Ii of W of
._aoc ... 'I.,. 1.2.8, ud 4 of block 6 !. McBat Beginning a? SE corner H' 11 i 10 1.11.
' } tLrN lad Yekid6! -& s.IlId1 --.. -.AlfOB.....s.t J. JL .John' sub division of EV4 of SEV4 of section 34 I

NE% of NE1y U D. 196 and ran N 210 yards, thence
b L. E. Le, ----- -.-.-..-%4 acres commencing at NW W 140 :yards thence S 210
corner of NEI4 of NEI4 and :yards thenee E 140 :yards to ; .
ru E 111 feet. theca S 1m point of beginning! acres ., 34 f'O' 8K640 S.79 q'
feet thence W IIn feet thence Mrs. I. J:. Lowe_All 1 8

I N 109 feet to point of begin.ning N. P. Cawthaa -...-,..-NEV4 of NWVi _iSEVi X 8 22, !0 42.W UI
NEa NE 4 H' D U 17.10 N. P. Cawthan __.- of NWand WV4 of '
: fOf I
John W. Jackson.N14 ; Sy NWT of NJ NWVi and SWV4SEVi S 8 1t"SO
;NELLIE KING FLOUR 14 H IS 10 talc' I Unknown of NEVi and WH of N SLCt -

L L. Cries ...-.._.-_..1\'E1,4 of SE1J. except lures E% and SE% -. .--, ..- 8 8 I: ISO ZUI
square in SE eomn H 6 a II 1I.n Melrose Manfg. Co. -WV4 of NWVi and NWyd of .. .
S. A. Carter aK Gf SWJ,4, of SE'k "U 6 a 20 1028Chu. SWVi and EVS of SEVi of .
S. Swain NEof 1\'E14 II 6 a to 10.OS SWVi ti
f : I FRESH FROM THE MILL L. JL Little --- -.. ._SWl,4 of SEJ,4, ... .. ....,... II 6 a n lo.oS N. P. Cawthan WY.. of NEIy of NEB, 6 S I'8 22 140 20 10.7 a_

Wm. Thou .-.-....--.-._1\'E1,4 of NEy II a D.O 19.48L Unknown Ely of NEVi of NW4 and L8C

M. Little .fly of NW1,4 of 'E14 and .E of NE'S u 31 .6 !2100 46.02J. B. A. c.o. '-.'\ Agent ..-.-NWV E'4 of of Eft SWVi of SWU and .W% of 8 8 22 I',60NH 441S&8S i -
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A BARREL A. Coleman NWs of NWy 31 6 a n 21.73LJ
I $$::5.00 SWVi of SWVi and SEVi and t t<
G. Eases 'II'E14- of 'E14 and aU of NW except E% of NEVi of ;
1; of 'E14 E of branch __ I. 7 .1' 10' 1.10UCVo NE- 9 I'U 110
IOu Beene R l of NW14 and aU of NW Unknown cs s i"of NEVi of NEVi 12 8 'it.:SO 2J4
,. J4 of NE14 W of brancb' I, f I' 100 10.0 Unknown JJVjofNE _.. ISIS 8 22 ,!802S '12.7
i E. J. Shaw _W4 of NE4 of NEy aIIdN _Two acres m NW corner of ,
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. W% ofNE %_...-._,_...._ U 71110 Ut of NWVi 8 S
; ALL OTHER GROCERIES SOLD AT LOW T. Y Shaw .-S4 of hEl4 and SE3l of N N. P. Cawthan.-._....... SWI4 and NWVi of SE>> 15 8 It ZOO 1%LS4."
W14 U f 19120 1.10 Unknown- ...,.? EH of SW 'of l\"E and _
\ Unknown -E of NE14 of 'E14 U 'I I' 20 1.83W1 SE'4 of SE" ......_.. ?_- 17 I 22 ..60 4.42JS
;\ PRICES of 1\'E{ and EI of NW Duncan Mitchell NEI4 of NEVi .. 22 123 40 .
I I. 1A and SW14 of NW1,4'__ 11 7 l' tOO lUISE1 Melrose.Manfg. Co. !3 W'ly of"NEK and lots 1. 2, ; ..

+ of NE4 U 7 11.0 USIaaae Mrs. C. N. Payne ._. Commencing I and 4 r. 22 8 22235IV4 UM
at NE
Williams NWI4 I 7 10160 lU8 ..J.-:. "- .,.._ comer of
-- .athkiy of
: SEVi section
; NICE LINE OF HARNESS JUST RECEIVED Southern Naval Stores Co--All I f 10"0 IU'l S 24 and ran .i
161
rods thence
. Unknown -E;; of SW/a and SW%, of S thence W 20 rods ;
If E'4 4 7 10120 usL. N 160 rods thence E .
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w. Crosby Lots 1 and I 7 7 to 110 lUIE. J. S. Griner. Err E 20 rods to point of beginnning. 24 82- SO 4.1SWV4 '

, Closing Out SummerS J. Shaw ..............-Ny"11. except of lot two I acre and S'i In SB of eol'o lot.. r. Unknown ---- -Loti of 12. all of 1J NEVi.3.11 or WVi of S. 26 8 11'0:, .L. a ;.

, wts at low prices S15 of 'I_7._20. *8..,..1.1 Unloose 'tIiW% % u 21 12' n "II
very J. ]I. Shaw. Jr. Sy" of lot 9 and Sy"J : id+atg. Co. of S6E II 8':2 40 2.92w
of lot 10 less N twelve aeres __ T 7 20 U Oil 1 n LIt
--S4 of lot 4.__ 7 7 20 40 U Y DOWLL.''ssOCeDee u
G. W. Yarborough __w44 of N44 of lot 4 7 'I to to !.!ItH
Calico at 4c per yard. Dress Shirts at 25c each C. CIemmoDi Way of NW% of SWl,4 -_ 8 'I 20 10 ...nG. NOTICE '
. !. ]I. BeriU -Nt,; of SW4 of SWys. less E M OF TAX SALE

) A ,. {..,..r { "4"' # three acres and commencing NOTICE IS HEREBY
I ..-a*!* ...*-'f1 450 feet W of division line of GIVEN that the following described property will be MIl at pool*
t Just received a beautiful line of Ginghams and -.-""-'-... .. .. sw'/ of SWI4 and SE4 of S auction on the a*THIRD will be DAY OF AUGUST. 1914 at; Starke Bradford county, florid or so'
aecessary to pay the amount due
W'4 oa N aide of rwn..y right 4 bcethwith for taxes act oppwit) the same
cost of such sale
and
advertising..
j other Dress Goods. of way and ru N 240 feet. .
thence S to right of wu-a :
urea in SW'y of SWIy -_ 8 f 20 It lo.tOG.

..a, ]I. BevUl _ ...Commencinc aoo feet W of ii! .,
W corner of lot 10 of block j>
'I in Ward City. SE corner'of '. .. .. .
Stephens land at right of way I "
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i ANDREWS MERCANTILE CO of railroad and ran N 250 feet :
more or lese. W 250 feet. more OWN \ !!.
Description ef Land
leas thence S to right of .
or .. .
way. thence to point of 1IeriD. V H ll' ..4.
1 ki RAIFORD, FLORIDA niq-l *aeres ... ;.. 7 20 I US -

. W. W. Ware -..-Lot two of block one In Ward j JEj i1 .
City .' t to LOS &

OIeJla Godwin .......... .-Lot five of block 1 In Ward '
} City .. 8 120 U'I0Ru Ill .l. R. Alum .-- ...Conuneneing! at S fine of Ful ,t
GodwIn l.ot two of block two In Ware ler land and ran S 375 feet. : : .
city 8 120 LOS thence W N .
nee E feet +
Ward Lot three of block two In Ward 375 feet th also \\t" ;
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.1 lot of land 110 feet Nand
City ....8T20 Loa :; '
FOR
tilt of block three In Ward S by 210 feet E and W. : t
Unknown _...... one :
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bounded ,
N ,1
City .. 8 720 UI0Ru by: land of W. Lake
Godwin -Lot two of block three In Ward. S by land of )(. G. Green, E 1 ni::; :_..__;"t ; l
.. '. City 8 'ZO. LOS by Sanderson's lane 7X8 '._
J. C. Alvares ---- J44 acres in SEA of SEV4 t '* t.' .
I In Ware .
_Lot eight of block
e.y
I I Unknown fit LllL. and 1 acre In NEVi of SE" Vt '
1
: e1'-. City :: ;
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of .
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11 and za of block 6in section 29. township 6, S
Lots 1. j'a :
W. CIoI1I7 .
SALE T Ward City ._ 1 f 10 US Range 22E .. It 1' 33.8 t'lU1E. l'i
_Lot three of block 11 In Ware --, rT,Campbell. ..................' .. Block 1, in Alvarert. .addition '1.. : i
to Starke
City 8 'l 20 LOS 3 UTM4 ;
.. E. W. Driggen Ertat .
_ _Lot four of block 11 In Ware -.One lot 10$ feet square in SW.'t. l : \ -
0Ru Goc1wia City 8720 Loa corner of SWVi of SW>4 ;+,. L. st
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'I To. close the Estate I 0Ru Godwin --L6 1. I. 11. and U of block 22 section E 28 township 6, S range .23S2: "I :r 1.1' .
of- I
; am 1Z In Ward City 8 'l 10 L86W. Mrs. ..&iDriggersMrs. -.5 acres In SE comer of SEVi ': :
Ward ----lob I and 8 of block U Ins I of SEVi of section 29, town ,l '
W. .t '. .
U1
t fering Farm One Hundred Sixty Ward City ._s 710 ship 6. S range 22 E ... .._...._ It I r U '; 'UI
W. W. Ward ---_Lol; G of Block 11 In Ward UI Jennie Maud ffoffr".. .Tots 1 and 3 of block 16 In 1" .
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City Stoke R .
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} Lot 1Z 01 block IS In Ware ( ... ;
ftcres One Mile Southeast of 8 7 10 1.03Osens .. C. &ibeter-----? Fractional lots A. B. C D. of _(ail 'F.. ,, '1. .
.LCoU .rIt in Wynn'a addition .. .
to
L .
Godwin 10 and 11 of block bloke ; : r
Starke. Acres In Ware City 8 7 10 UI .. .> fJt 'f. ,.
Thirty t
improved ..Lota 4 and 5 of block and .
1. i
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.. lilts Ii and 9 of block 14 Ia !if
W. W. Ward Ware City 8 7 %0 1.21W lob 11. 12 13 and 14 of block ..1'9. r.. i <,. I. .. : ..
Davia :
r 2. and Traby's addition "IIq:cci3l t
wire fence balance Timber. Thisis W. Ward ....Lob 1. Z. I. and I of. block to Starke ". ,_. : IIUI' ,
.Loth7 Want CitJ' t -t .10 AtJaI(.. 1M L. II. Ltttk .._....___SV4 acres of land Abounded E """. '. .. .... ;
of block 1615 In WarcI ... _.... .... bJ' JbrtIe street 8 Maffl- '. i' t.H
fine farm. Could be subdi- t 10 LOa A bj '. .
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a Cit, 8 i .. --:: :..::.. 't'.J IODItnet.Wb.laadIofW. ,... .;. .>:f L..r.._ .
-n; t-.f
.LotI 8 and 9 of block 11 Ia 1.10Oseu ... ......:.L.....:....- : ">'" --.. '. E. Wainright. N...'. % section 'r.'"".'.,.;,.>.. .\:"'F, .-.t.... -
: vided. Ward City 8 7 10 I ..... .I a.. -,-."". J. ',.: ..t: IeCtioa 29. township 1. ,f ..-; 0 ',.:.\. ..v.. l I
Co wIn ;...--Lot 8 of block 11 In Ward 8720 .- LWW .. -. Sne. 22 E, also % acre ot ....- ......-... .. ; }

:Ii' Also Seven Room Two-story W. WarcI' ....Lot City S of block 1. In Ward i i1CitJ' .' ?. 1.:-''. I -..- '..- ':,> ner land of commencing Myrtle and at SW Madison eorI'r" -: r, ., :.. j l'. \ I ,
'ZO 1.111Oseu : .
ft. of block 20 In ,+ '. .. :' .- ..' ....7 streets and ran 8 105 feet. : ".... I yfa44s";...
i Goc1wiD Lota 1 and 8 1.31W L .;. thence W 101 feet thence E 105 '- wi tari rt
:HQuse'and 8 lots full Ward City 8 720 ? feet thence N 210 feet then't' ''
(a acre on In WarcI" I : : -*: r11
) W. Ward ....Lot 6 .of block .21' a 7 It LOI* :-1"tJi':""; x1:. l:_' ._ Ell'feet.topoiatof begin. .-1." era i
City r 1St. J q. of section 29, twonship '/ i.Lots -T. '
Walnut St .. ._ .. Lot 1Z of block n In Ward .
right in the best residence Oseu'Goc1w1n. 1' LOI i. 8 range 22 2i 1 a 1LM4U8
., City. 120 W. .M. Mordoogn; .-.-.....- 1. 2, 6, 7 and 10 of block < .
Oman Godwin 9 of block II Z ia Davis and Traby's addi -,, -
iLa Ward C1tyand UI 11 t-
section of Starke.I ,_ 8 t It tion to Starke _............ ft' : '
W. W. wart --lab 1 and I. of block .a inWard 1 'ZO 1.81Mrs. -- .-.. .Lots 1 and 2 of block 7 and .?'::!,; '-"..,

I J. I will sell the above properties at a bargain L. A. Anderson __SWI4 of City SEI4- and-SEA--- -of-SW U1 Uviacstea.Iota 1 and'2 Truby of block and 8.Co in* ""....1..:.., ::-': ,' r F

9 72080 sub divaion to Stub ......._, r ,ii ?
n4, + .; :; ;
4br cash. Write or call on Unknown of SEA ........-.-...._ 1& f zo a LNUnknown.8,4 -Lota and 7 of block 87 in -. .; -' ';: : 1.11 '
20 to Ion :
18 7 ;
of lot 1
Livingston. Traby and CM ad JC. :; '
; UI .) :! V t
_Lot 6 111 t 11Ut dition to Starke ____ '. ,. :-e- ,:
jHN. B. HULL Administrator .. L .w RW1,4 of NE'4 ud SE1y of ..11NW14 .... KorUs Imttb.Commencing 105 fee 8 of$ .- :.. .x n y 801f;_ '.'' #a 1
and NE'4 of SWI4 and .
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,,-- V4 ; W comer of Myrtle and Mad* '
11.1IJI1teheD / '
20110 ..- -.j "
NW% of r D f . ison streets and W 10S '}' :
SEt ..a. ran /V
HID ............ -.N II acres Ey4 of SEA __ u f 10 II UO. .....a a i3asb... .. !:! r feet thence S lOb feet.. thence r 1 ',-Y V... "; :;J't" "'; s..
'j. . .
W. 16. Robersontat A gab divlaion of lot 6 of S', ... .-. Jr.' E lOS feet thence N 105 feet --t'7' ,t-: .- #
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block n and tub divilioDi of :. '
to point of beginning in Starke..
q. 1-
.r' A and B of lot 1 of block %0" 1.15Wm. Unknown _-.... 2 acres of land beginning atS "' 12.T1 :, t
In Sampson City 4 11 E comer of Madison and West 7. .. i .:0. ;

I Bobmoa ............. iota commencing at a point ..... f" .f VF' ... moreland streets and ran 8 ..... ... . .' ":'r" r
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.t1'ft : '
I on section line dividing lee. .._ 420 feet thence E 210 feet 1 !: j. '_
tions 4 and 5, on sooth side of .i 9' "" thenee N 420 feet thence W .

G. S. and F. railway right of .. ; 210 feet to point of beginning a .._ ; .'.". #
WI?. thence S 677 feet. thence .. O'....- ." In Starke .- << .4: :+ .
NEsiterty 414 feet to said right J. A. Wainright _6 acres of land In NE comer y .J,; -. ..
of way thence W along said of the SE%. less % acre In ----J: .... ; '. _.:, '"
right of way 420 feet to the :::!\!- ;4 i.:4: rga-.J NE corner .
point t beginning In NW 4 e ton line ......"" dedl8E .b.dac9, "r -. .... t 1 ; .- .- '
of NW'4 4 721 I s.a J" r; r ;-:- h't t r Y
I . 8bJ'S.A.L.'BanW87.WbJ'.f.. .t-:'.. ,,
Our V V
LatestDevelopment' 2.18 :
N. P. Cawthaa -SW l SE14 ZI 7 u to I. I Blitch'a place N by # sec :a .
J. T. Lovelaee ............-s, of NEI4 and SE',, of Nx i89P 110000.10Unknown .:.;:J'.T."'- .-;: 'm. tion line in Everly addition :'b : ," I";'t'.
'4. .>" .40'!::j.;. P..;! also 4 acres of land eomm ming -' : .. ; o ,'.. ""
: -.E4 of NEl4 of SEA II f 21 10 1M at NW comer of the SWVi .;. ',.r .J;'i' w.
\ of NEJA II 7 11" 6.23J of SW> '.? :
John A. LivingstonNEBE ,4 and run B 484. feet .:.. Y
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.:-- .. .:
a Owens' SE14 of NEVE and SW" of thence S 418 feet .thenee W J ..
SEI4 of BE % II 'l 11 10 US 484 feet thence N 418 feet to '.. II l '.. ..
WaD Bras ,,, .-..11 1 f a"o lOUT point of beginning, of section ..J "
A: J. Caries------ -- cE'4 of SW'4 I f Z2 to lU8 28, township 6. S range M-....... :21 6 D $Lu
8. .NE'4 of NW Iy ,_ I 9 D.' 2.8Z John Parkerrte. 4 of block 1 of Livingston t. ,
nknown NW l4 of NE'4 Ices Ii acres In Truby and Coj sub division.__.. ; '1.10 '
U NE corner __ I'D..II 17.40Nr'Emms 8. G. Shffler Lots S and 4 of block 34. of .I
Ott ._ -W4 of SE3 of BE'4 ud BE .p" o Livingston. Truby and Co. "I
V of 8E1,4 of 0#& '_ /<< 'l a 10 lLUE. subdivision ................_..., V,*ASILAS .
Eo Stacey .'fi4 of 8W14 4 f a.o 11.90 t 1TE. City Tax C.ila :

8. 8. Chandler -- nl4 of NW IA 4 'l "D' 4020.61 r _... "
In NE
eol'o
aquare t.fP.
Marshall Jaeksbenncreof a lot owned 117 Andrew "3V'R" ,
Jackson ia SE corner of SE .

.ADDING'AND SUBTRACTING' % of NW'4 ................ I 7221 UZJIi1a A '

Robinson ..._,-.. 210 feet E of NW \
knew that
corner of NW%. of' NEr4 of you your house would ;, '

TypewriterWAHL section Ii and running 8 Z10 lf
feet thence E 420 feet thence not burn down
would
N Z10 feet thence W 420 fat you not : .'
to point of beginning I 722 I UI \

( ADDING MECHANISM C. M. SparkmanThree acres comiencing at N carry any insurance. How do know rthat
) W corner of NWI4 of NEI4 you ., .< 0
and run S 420 feet tbeDce E ,
ao feet. thence N 110 feet it is t
a-the not? ti t
HERE computing the N '
i : ; typewriter, thence W 420 feet thence ;
;
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210 feet thence W 110 feet to 0
"thinking typewriter, the typewriter which point of beginning In NW'4 .

!rite$ and adds on the orNE% ITa I 4.11
same the
R. Davis
&
typewriter Co.
page, Unknown anE of SEA biq j. Insurance V
rail S 'I a 10 ,1.18 ,
J errors, stops leaks and cuts half of
loin .
of W
e Ki1lie Jones -----One acre In NW corner y
all branches of accounting work. 14 of NWy of NEa W'ol Starve FloridaBradford
,
_. rain: 8 'I a 1 USN 1 :
Bar fa nbd aha that It', a Scrub Prtmitr bob two aeres of E>4 of NW1r sr
8 722 I LOS
.Jfa* Premier principle. ,? Lj rn l nl SZfi, J. Eo Sullivan _-S1W4of NE14 of NEya t 722 10 UI {
: "J Wm. Edwards -_SWI4 of lily .. 10 'I 22 40 21.43L I
: K. Little --s'4 of NE 14 of 1'<'1:14 .. 10 722 20 t." .\
bure Jus always L. JL Litile -8W'4 of !"E'4 and SW'4 ofSEy >
ttemia meant 5 mIlcity. In the Smith of NW14 11 'I 22 10 24.13 T I

and Subtracting Typewriet i; means a Paul ltftIL ...............A It 'I 22"0 1t2.11
new NW'4 of NW14 and S'. ofN w
Car E. B. Dee
> ,t"nr&itr. DO double fraction is ever performed by W14 and NE%, of SW'4 __ 15 'I' 22 110 lL88B. County
t qt a E. Van Burea ....._._SE34 of SW14 11 'I Z.O 2.18 : 5

No =. E. B. Doss ..,,..,_._-NE'4 and E'4 of tOW'4 andsw
J rd break in opmtors on t.s: : > of I.-W"{ ....16 'l 22 288 11.33
simple machine.
% L. ]I. Little -}''o.'E14 of NE'4 13 'I 22 40 2.18L. .
I t'p us bound to be a good adding typist-ready made. JL Litilet"E'4 of SE14 11 1 Z2 40 US Abstract Company

ocr nets iIIustrated : ,MalT Rummage -SE 4 of SE'4 11 7 Z2 to 2.79 1'A
j.I k4arforr booklet "Ig AJJs oJ SdlrMts Unknown _........_. _That portion of Ny"4 of NW'4 _
/jff u W of railway .. 11 'I U 18 2.16 complete record of Bradford County lands
h Unknown One lot commencing SO Yards _
W of SE corner of section It' Land Titles Real Estate
Smida JVentor Deptrtmenij and run N 10 :yards thence InTestmen i ;
t --1- W II :yards. thence 8 10 yards
I I nt41o.'" eenMq. thence E 10 :yards to point ofbeginning !
} it: in Hampton 11 7 82 %.81 .
226 W. Bay St Unknown -All NEVi of SW% N of rail One "BROMO QUININE" l vI&urpIai-to
A;, \ Jacksonville, Fla. road 19 faU r 2J8 Only i the t aJe .Sjdcty'' b ,
: ft
.. -Lot 14 of block 14 in Hampton :To get the 6esnise.nIJ for fafl tame LAXA.TIYBBXOMOQCISIXE. The 8tudud tneraJ __
r ..-_.. 19 722. 1.11I LookforsignatBreof GRO v 'a.TA&TEI.ES8chi111'01iIC.drPft l y.
-Lota 5. .. 7. 8. and 9 of block B.w.GJl.Ont. Care*a Cold ia One Day. Stops I KaJaria.aJicbnUlcbJaad.alldbaf1 tt J II\
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: ,.'.: PAGE,. BIGHT- ,. .. ." .. :" ; : : tHE 'BRADFORD COUNTY ,TELEGRAPH.: ." ,' .r ,, .1,, .;'--"- ;'. ..!' '; .r -, _. PI DA ''JULY' 24th

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MAXVILLE.
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t ; t, : The 'Farmers','Picnic was a great i ...
u ,-ijj success. .It was. held Tuesday and "
while,cloudy threatening, weather kept f RheumatismI "

STOP LOOK I many away, the.attendance- numbered Blood Poison i i
'. about'600 and a great'amount of in JScrofula.MalartV :

a + structive. information wad received'
from the excellent speakers by) the local = Skin;; I Disease' = :.
farmers.. .
: 'County Agriculture Adviser W..L.Watson'left Because UPunl'" ;- '
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LISTEN F0 ,
t3 x Jacksonville' early Tues :the Bd cr
day morning1 his automobile for .j, r ",,
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: the Maxville picnic but his machine DAD ra.T rloiso non.8 sal,v. h
broke down twice' and he did not reach GREAT REM DY-P. PT

Now Hand here until the picnic was over. His Dr. ADJitfc* Bans**'Tans. wdtsssU ..... ....... ., ti.g .... -.
0': : :Big Removal Sale at inability to get here for the picnic' was -prWMp to: the leading. M blood efrilfe.DariWPI Capreeertbeiift'and Yaluisltevorlutingfnvnawsek. .writps:"Had asveaa
the cause of great regret on his part, with :t.P.eompleteir cured J. dan. I took you mediefee M a
I for he has labored incessantly in this yean tt Davidson with blood who poison had and suffered..... ftftaan, s bops nut, bat bet.Iet"nowv-.ssbatP.F.P"fl.-

,v.\\.,.: '\l..11.,' field and those who have followed his IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL DRtlCttitt -fi,0o &:
r \ advice have of which Mr. Watson '
crops -
+ -4 It' :I ". F. V. L1PPMAN SAVANNAH CEOR<
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: ,: is justly proud. Mr. Watson was, _
:: On account of moving in our new
:' also, the principal promoter and supporter -
of this .
picnic.Mr.

f f' ;';. ., '. store, which we, have just completed, : State. C.Agent. McQuarrie for the ,United of Gainesville States, WHENEVER YOU NEED : Z Zr ;

Demonstration Work, attended the ,
: 27th and picnic Tuesday and was one of the
: will Monday July .
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principal speakers.
., mm TONIC TAKE. G GROl[
# Mr. 0. F. McHargue, minister of:

B- ..a ;: sell our entire stock of General Merchandise ,,- '' ; Jacksonville the Main Street, attended Christian the picnic church Tuesday of:- ---;... ;i r.r.> "

.; 2 : and made numerous friends here. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless cliill Tonic is "

:, at Cost. So those who are, Mr. J: B. Chamberlain, Sr.,'of Jack Valuable as General Tonic because it Acts on the U

Ati sorwille, and owner of real estate here, Drives Out Malaria,.Enriches the Blood and Buil&i

r { looking for REAL BARGAINS cannot j attended the picnic Tuesday. the Whole System. P-1 Grown People and:Ch& .._ .
: I. Mr. W. K. Sligh, president of the .
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Manville: Farm and Co. -
Improvement r}
Ton know what you are Mfcag: when you take Grove's Tasteless$ tih
'j afford, to ,miss this wonderful oppor- spent Tuesday in Maxville and tookan u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contain; the< ,
active part in the picnic. -
tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong u tie stea
d Lawtey sent a large delegation to tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chilli b
4 ..a : tunity. And as our Mr. J. Shriver the picnic Tuesday.Mr. Weakness, general debility and losi of appetite. ,Giro life and vigor U
Charles Kidd, Mrs. 0. C. New- Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Bilbosnesa :without '

-, : enkamp, of Jacksonville, and Revs. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses, the liver to i. ,
;& 4 will leave for New York and other 'i:': Lawton, Sessions, Phillips, of Law- purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sore Appetizer.Complete E
No,family should without it. Guaranteed byyonrPtngglst.'WeSEEDS ,
.. toy, all attended the picnic Tuesday.

: .: : -' points north to purchase our new stock- ; .pt I with Baldwin the Maxville played team two games Tuesday.of The ball

: FV "! first game was won by Baldwin witha SEES ;

t \l:; must therefore Sacrifice : score of two to nothing, and the,second I

; :. : we our present game went to the Baldwin team Cow or Field Peas;. Velvet BeansSon*

) with_ a score (17,to 0, _

', stock at Bargains that cannot be sur .Senator C. F. Barber, of- Macclenny, Millet. Just. Received' Stocl&fNewl.. ,
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: ,(; was a most genial and welcome guestat Crop, all Varieties, ofi f : 1'

fj : X.' passed. Don't take our word for it", :' made the an picnic intensely Tuesday interesting Mr. Barber short Seed, Garden Seed, t ,4 F_, "
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f I 'I; ", talk. He devoted himself principallyto Supplies; Incubator*

J! ::.. 'h 1 '"..: \., the feed problem and recommendedthe Oldest established and largest Seed House in Florida; !t
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y. If't silo. His s.ddress'was practicaland
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p ; ,y ... The committee who had the localfeatures E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.1!!'>:

of the picnic in chargedid
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206 East St.
Bay JACKSONVILLE J!
+, their work exceptionally well and .
I should receive great credit Their x<.
** SHRIVER'S: services were thoroughly appreciated !

by the visitors and local farmers.)
. 1Jl+ ,, A great dinner was served free on

BROOKER FLORIDA the picnic grounds and the' common r.
} t.,,;' remark among the men who often attend
I' t":, l. t: such gatherings 'was "I have FavoriteFertilizARE :

\ never seen a picnic dinner equal to
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one. i '
.i.=.- "' .' LAKE BUTLER.. ;. bags and suit cases.i here went to the picnic' at Maxville ,Mr. A. P. Fant, Assistant Industrial
118', The revival meetings at\ the Bap- i Rev., H. Logan preached morningand Tuesday. Agent of the Seaboard Air Line, LL

J' fist church are.being ,well attended, evening at Raiford last Sunday. :I'hough'ptants being scarce and the represented his company at the pic- >:

; _iongh,the rain has,seriously interfered Nothwithstanding the inclemency of season late, the sweet potato plantinghas nic.Mrs. ::r-' BEST -
.:with them for several ,nights. the weather, good congregations at not lost any, asr there is'a larger Waldrnp, of the Canning Club, ; '
.i ,.. t .Re,. John *Cloar' is the evangelist. tended. Rev. Logan will preach the acreage planted than'Wfer before. attended the picnic and made an interesting ': FOR
j, \ 'v, $ro. Clear is the pastor of the Gainesville coming week at Hampton: Mr. John and'OWei'Marr'were visitors address. ( ;"
r Baptist ehiar h. At this place A ,series of revival meetings will to Mr. LewiaVOsteen's Sunday. R. F. Bragg began work Wednesday ALL CROPS '
be has been signally successful in commence in the Methodist church, Come again, boys 'Ton are always morning on two new. poultry houses .b : 3c
.. winning many souls to Christ For New Zion, on'August 2nd, and continue welcome.Mr .. and a feed house to be used-by the ', Write totINDEPENDENT Cata1o t.

.fourteen consecutive Sunday nights I during the week. Rev. H. Logan 6. J, S All ng went to Jacksonville 1. T. Wise Company in addition to the : .
will be' the preacher. Rev.. W. F. few have his buildings already on the land they
tr'Til has had the plea uro,ofjeing con I a days ago to .. .J
torsions, *n* aMnUUfbf baptism. Clarke, a former pastor, will attend eye treated again;,and we are_glad to have purchased. ._ > 1 tJ>'
'Be is a forcible speaker, keeps well and preach if possible. There will be learn that his eye is improving. We I -- 1 t
.' .to his subject and 'abounds ,in illus musical attractions. The organ and hope that he will get along fine as, he Sertrl Attack of Colic- Cured..
tration. Several 'have joined., the cornet, leading,in the,singing,* has been, for he has been suffering I fc & Cross, who travels Virginia FERTILIZERJACKSONVILLE I
church to date. His best work will be Our Mayor, Mr. P. M. Padgett, visited with it for some few months. : I ,ifad other Southern States, was taken s

,' in the work done among the church Starke on' Saturday last. The wedding bells have beett ting-I sudenly and severely ill with colic. At FLA. "h' .
members themselves. There is nothing Mrs; Mattie Jones continues to be ing tot quite a while up to Mr. E.Carter's. the first store he came to the mer- ,, :' :'

narrow in this preacher, he is one very ill The doctor Ordered her to chant recommended Chamberlain'sColic WE SELL SEED POTATOES, "
_' with all, attacks no one's doctrines, the hospital Mr. Andy Austin, bf )Maxvcille, visited Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
.''-. but preaches Christ and Him eru Hi\-d. Death has again visited the family Mr. D. tangS Sunday.. Two doses of it cured him. No one "
It will be difficult to estimate the good of Mr. Charley Rivers. A i few days Wonder why Mr, Arthur; H. Wilkinson should leave home on a journey with- "

i be will do. ago he lost his wife, noW he feels th was :so fchxions to go to, Starke out a bottle of'this preparation. For I ,

Mr. H. N. Sassnett, organizer for pang of parting from his little child, Saturday? Of course, we know what sale by all dealers. THE SUCCESSFUL SPE

the Knights of Pythias,'was in town the second youngest, who 'died a few, his at'trti'ction was. .. .

the fore part of the week in the interests days ago. Mr. Rivers certainly has Mr*. D. Lang and son, Fred, and .- k the_ Beralt ral ef AbUKy Special and FrrpaVatioa.AAeowi_r,,ass.wr; ,'
of this and successful had his share of sorrow. his 'wife visited Mr. Osteens ..
q, growing Sunday.Mrs. Ji6:.. :&: M7 large.and growing practice I.a lied
:, order. There are quite a number Mrs. Futch, Hampton, mother of Lewis Carter and daughter, ).4 repetition hundreds of open successes hundred.doing i>(.tie tunea'rlSllt With thlagI great*de
/ .: of K. of P.'s in Lake Butler who :have' Colonel Futch, and mother of .the de- Rosa, started to go to Starke last will pay you both IB time And.ntolttY te ceaswt-I
come from other parts and the establishment ceased Mrs. C. Rivers, with_ her I week,'and got to Highland, and while e Nervous? |: t cue learn with the anyone.tnita about 1 am your no iftedlcal roaditlon: compaar before K
'' of a strong lodge is not an daughter, Miss Futch, returned to waiting for the train it went to rain- 1 tute patient and my have penonal no Incompetent attention. kind While doctors mr 9" I

,r impossibility. We wish all had the their home in Hampton on Saturday.Miss ing and they decided to go back home D Mrs. Walter'Vincent upon most a reasonable high plane and of ne honorable malt is., :dealing too poor ret te i iservices. sea:toy
4 ;' i spirit of,Damon and Pythias. Nelly Logan was accepted by and wait a.few days. for the weatherto I Yeu may make year own fen. ttnos I
of Pleasant HiD, N. c., mente, according to your aW.lty to pay tad f
.! _at :. : Already we have an A. F. &: A. M. the trustees and the county superin- clear up.Wonder J IIlI willing to pay for a co-nplett. cure. I hold
I writes "For three summers I Ieenred J
:;', ; Blue Lodge, a lodge of Royal Arch tendent of schools as teacher for :what'young,man could not T' I suffered from from highly and authorised recognised to sctoe's practice' of medicine medkiae.Ja i itut ..,
.: : Masons, the Order of the Eastern the summer term at Raiford. decide to call on his best girl last i) nenousnessdreadfulpains statea, and of have the Union.ben here I am fftr pernt.neatlywnvlile sereral yeah H aI

:. ..? 'Star, Woodmen of the World Odd- Mr. Wm. Johnson is a progressivist Sunday? Of course, we know who.he in my back and q CURED daily responsible AND SATISFIED as my banker PATIENTS.will tell,If you.you' .MY want BEST akiUfnl KFrERJEK, adentU: !
: fellows, and"the Woodmen Circle. (not Bull Moose). His hands are full was. Must have'more nerve than that., sides, and weak sinking 'I: entioua treatment COME: TO ME. 'f

Still there is room for more. Some men are out of a job, but he boys. spells Three bottles of lr I "606"-The Gernaik Core for Blood Poison-:.*. '
\' Mr. Blake and Mr. Younger, editor has lots of jobs., Assistant cashier of I Miss Alice Prescott visited Miss '
I I. Cardni, the woman's I* safe, paJnlena and eertmln tn reanlta. The ravegea/dae BY'...".
of the Times, have invented a new the Farmers' and Dealers' Bank head Dora Osteen last Sunday and reporteda lode, relieved me entire checked In 48 hoars after twmtmeat.Pattcoie n>a*. htndreda af atreatment
from me, and return to their home In .stolt u-.cJ
f <. vi process of making cuts for printing. of a big real estate project, proprietor -! good time to the writer. ly. I fed like another ease It Worse after everythina else, incladlng H<4 ;Wprfajn, M
: 1 The advantage of the process is that of the Bradford County Times.and Those who attended ,the picnic at person now." fI safer, let me give yea this FAJIOCS treataseat. and !se cared fM :l

: is is simplicity itself. The Times came insurance. There may be several other Maxville were Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Health Counts In a LIef S\ ..
: +. ,', out last week, with an underlay cut things. Mr. Johnson is one of the i!!Wilkinson; Miss Alice, Prescott, Mr. D' TAKE ti Why Be a Weakling? Became 5t < ,

1: of a big watermelon, advertising the. ones who are trying to make Lake JR.i L. ,Lang, Mr. F. D.-Lang and his The following tfJa eM, are among theee which 4 tofftrnMl
is 0"; count)'fair. Thus far the process is Butler go.Bishop I wife. All had-a good tinw, so they and BLADDER TROUBLES, OBSTBtCTIOJiS,' Tt.C'i11C; VINES9 roan
RfPTLRE. ULCERS and SHIN DI$K\" EVBUKMBHEUMATI8M
'" a secret Taylor, chaplain-in-chief of say. We don't'know whether they did Catdui I .and CONTRACTED AILMENT OF.TfitX AMP WO
;' c 'to,"', :y Angel D. Zacarias has sold out his the British army, in a few words givesus I'or not. > TATION Call on and Dr.EXAMINATION Dlckersen today FREE.for Information Offlo henrs tfg4} t rdlBg av: ...,trsa/W ft F> .

., l.,40'.: butchering concern. Instead he baa the spirit.we ought to adopt, "To I I Mr. Noah. Carter visited Jackson- I to 1 only. "t ,,, I"I
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.' stocked his store with a choice so- know, to, glow, to grow and to go." ville Tuesday: t
; r ;... : Ie.tion'of shoes, dry goods, traveling- : This is Lake Butler's need. I MrjJ Jesse Carter, of Macclenny, ,) r De'sT.-; I Dr. GeO. L. 'Dickers e.'fi

.; :.H'* Miss Rhona McDonald has acceptedthe came. to.. thaj picnic it. Maxville and ;f>I for 'Oftr 50 years, I JACKSONVILLE 'UiI
position of teacher in the Raiford came home with R. L. to visit his CanIuI ins lien t
.L f p:; HEALTH PAST FFTY summer term of the Raiford public friends. :_, to relieve women's helping to* ;I" '- t, I
+ school Mr. Raiford''Stuhr L-- ; ]
[ went to thepicnic necessary pains and ;i IIi
Y ter t i Y- Careful diet js of utmost importance to p '
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r' tae.and women yearn of at Maxv111e.Tuesday.Headache bending weak women
> strength age; CLAY HILL. up I 0
r it beeps np their ,'and the cO 1o health and 1 .
strength SHALL 1 GO-OP
Mrs. Cynthia Carter and WHERE
.3 food io Scott's Emulsion is a Bovrishiag ,daughter, { hd' Nervomnes* Cured. ; ;
r, ; S ]t J food a curative medidae and a sustaining Miss Rosa and little .son, Clyde, madeatbosines "Ch:1 ;.rla1I\''''T btets'are entitledI ft win do the' same for Florida State Collect For Wmea. TaDakaatee 0.+. +Ity of }y
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4 tonk to regulate the'fcmrtfcms. .atriD'to'Starke to tba "you, B given a fair trIaL and sciences normal school
# 9 Saturday. I ell I upraise r can Ri' them Coltare of art
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e s 'It contain* the medicinal fata of pore Mr,'Martin',Taylor of White House ( So,'.'wart, but begin: steno] of music school of cxprewion, acbool of
i ,f'Wflte h'tskitichard Op, ;I- school Mod
Spencerport
{ cod BveroQ and adence from that they Curial art. extension division graduate alKSlstnu1um.
r ,fieoish twice as much energy as other. wag xYisitinp;:Tils'uncle:land .apnt berhfr. ';} ...):. They have cured me' of head. eli 'taking today torBsjaecaaoothann em gymnasium with swimming, pool modern gUt perimeatastimb;
and
II1aeh ball and tennis coarU. new school;
d ;foodar-Westtoo, It'aeiteq are tLpa4 and Mr*. HT J.T.11or. Sj uadayt : Stored yon
(jasi,ia'rVo e al1 1je me and bcildin-*, beautiful ttmpos.. dormitories bateall .. trmadng
,,)fro>WflhiiPerit&aed: wfts andrsV should sorely do yon 'rl modern convenience new d'ninx roan
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.. : ; rley'; formal )alth. 'For side. by =e tool and kitchea most bygenfe ta ,Florida. 418 balldia ,
aadsQ: n'nt.. to lawtey o0teOpbtront aUdealersef", ; b.' : J E-72 young women, from 49 counties and 12 state trots; t ybtag
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