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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 31, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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r & ++ AND THEN HE PAID. v ++ Have Already Began. Europe Fears General War, + + TERM CLOSED' .0&: FRIDAY ; +

1 i1i'#Health. Inviting Conditions + 41 -- 4 ADVICE TO BALDHEADS. + -1. ,. :
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Should Be Pre A subscriber once received a + .. London, ,July 28.-The Austro-Hun- Servia beyond the exchange of shots. ---- '# Chester The, Graham Penitentiary.For ,'To ::. .;
served. + There ;
are disconsolate +
so
1. s + dun through the post office, and + garian government declared war between frontier and river patrols. many Life. .
t --- + gentlemen with + ;
: + it made him mad. HI!went to + against Servia'today manifesto The London morning newspapers shining i '.
: by a -
f" The.United States government, the + pates in this town that + :t
s + see the editor about it,,. and the + which is one of the briefest of his.tory's fully realize the gravity of the menace we' are Thursday, ,Jnlj, 23.' .
.jitate the municipality! I + constrained to give free # :
J Jf, government or publicity
+ editor showed him a few duns of + monmentous,documents. threatening Europe. Editorially

s f: 'Which ii responsible for warding off I Ii + his own-one'for paper, one for + Germany paved the for this declaration they admit that Austria is justite/1 + to, the following remedy, which is + Court' called to orderly Sheriff.S.'j i\s-

i way in chastising Servia + made public by one of America's + B. Denmark,.Judge J. ?T!, Wills pre-
but
infection? + for for''ink 4 they
t fraIdiC; type, one postage, one by announcing her rejectionof argue + '

4 f The question has been suggested + six for help, one for rent, + the: British proposal to bring four that any attempt to destroy Servia's #. famous"Wash baldhead the specialists: + siding, and state'AttonJy' A..V. Long
often +
rr debated in Florida, particularly one for taxes, one for insurance, + powers together in conference for sovereign rights would plunge all ,of scalp enough and ClerkW. T. Weeks?present, and '. 1
and +
clean
,to keep it In the morning + .
+ three for groceries,' two for + mediation. Europe into war.Feeling. the ',
Germany
explained her following cases were disposed of:
f 'J ; with the invasion + ,
JB connection, possible take.a hairbrush and brush the + I
+ shoes, three for dry goods, one + ally could not be ,expected to submit
State of
I Florida vs C. Drew indictment
of Jj ,
which has been Relief. I + bald scalp with oneI hundred + -
t of .the plague, her
+ for milk, three for meat and several + acts to an European council
definitely located at New OrleansTat as Vienna, July 28.-The people in the: + strokes. Rub into the scalp a'* for obtaining :money under s
r- + others. "Now. said the editor though she were one"of the Balkan dual "
monarchy look forward to a war + mixture of albolene and oil + false cortinuel: :L
'of Case
.
1 fj ;javau,and at two or three other Cu. ,"I din't get mad when these + states. with Servia pretense. ,
which today formally was + capsicum 16 to 1. Rub +
in State > Chester
.. This just of.Flprida s. A. Graham
..... JIOU1 ta. t came because I knew that all 1 + announcement preceded the declared with .
a feeling of
relief. + '
oil enough to cause the to + indictment for
scalp murder in first
I i On the same general principles IS + had to do was to ask several re- + declaration of war by only two hours High officials ,
Ji. in liable and showed the are optimistic that t' feel warm- all day. Don't. cuss + degree. Pleaded guiltj!., Sentenced '-
't based the answer to the question # gentlemen like you to come + harmonious workingof the war will be K
confined to these .
two +
1" 1 :.D the'states, but in Florida the replyi + and help me out, and then I + the partnership between the two countries. Certain during the operation. + to penitentiary for' life: '. ,

i! nations ich knowledge that + The writer has not tried this'+ State of Florida vs. Jim Norton, indictment I i
t i somewhat modified by the large + could pay them. When the sub- + / stood firmly togetherthrough Russia would "
., intervene
.i\' /powers granted to the State Board' of + scriber saw how it was he relented + the Bosnian crisis in 1909. would! not Austria however, +. remedy, 'although he is bald- + for imputing. #o female ,a. .,.; N

:; N Healthily legislative authority.' + paid up and renewed for + The center of interest has shifted course in the cause slightest to alter her f headed. He''wants somebody + want of chastity.' Not juilty. .c'.. f '

IN sharply to St. + else to try it first to see whether + State' of Florida vs. barley Morgan '
,The federal government controls international + another year.-Polk County Rec- + Petersburg, which now News of the formal I
holds the decision' declaration of + it kills them or not before he + indictment for carnal intercourse '
; | shipping where it touches + oro. + whether a European war

t ; coasts and it is also in control + + war which probably would shift : ran through the 'city before ex 4 takes any chances. + with unmarried female. Pleaded guil
: if ,it own tra editions of could reach the
papers .
t| Of unitary regulations to the extent +++.t 11111111111111. +.*++ the balance of power if not rearrangethe venders and ty. 'Sentenced. to penitentiary} for 'oneyear.
; entire of was everywhere greeted + + + + + + + + + + + + 'i \
: frithat 4 : it may prevent the admission of map Europe is to break with a spirit which- might be described '

"! '.seases or of, diseased persons by I MRS. MILLIGAN'S WORK. out. Negotiations are afoot there between as close to religions exaltation., W. C T. U. CONVENTION.Mrs. State of Florida vs.-AJam Thomas, j'{

such other rules the Russian foreign ministerand indictment for manslaughter. .Case rr
\ quarantine or by as I Vienna is abscolutely without .

r'! :it may see fit to enforce. I Superintendent of Anti Cigarette the Austrian ambassador whichare of troop movements which the news A. H. Freeman Retires as President continued. Bond 1500.: _' =

,. k" Within each state its own authorityi. I League of New York designed to "localize" the.conflict forbidden to print; A sharp papersare censorship of Organization. State of Florida ys.;Leia Brown, ,

-- The next news expected is the indictment for embezzlement. Brown '
L i. regarding health matters occupation has been

: !>&but supreme each state may call upon the Fed. Fulton,'N. Y., July 20, 1914- of Belgrade and that'now means of communication.established over all Convention, opened with devotional was found guilty on, ths| charge on .

t adviee'and Perhaps it will be pleasing to the may be accomplished fact. Reportsof Wednesday, but m\vedMo a new _
for .
tral Government asstftanee -
; The
: evening exercises. led Mrs. Thomas
publsihed the of
papers by ,
4| or it voluntarily dele- many friends in Starke of Mrs. Milli encounters along the border havebeen trial Motion was ,jriedjand 90 days
may
following
inspired statement
'fate to the Federal government fullcontrol gan to know that one of her Starke permitted to pass the censor, but "In well : Gainesville, with a goodly number allowed in which to prei/are and,file
friends was entertained in her informed circles the view present, Mrs. A. H. Freman presiding. -
hospi military experts here believe mobilization shill of exceptions. J
\ when car
in ,
an emergency is held that
!: Vcumrtances seem to justify it. Such table home in New York and had the already has been effected and so far as Sir EdwardGrey's Business .committees were appointed. State of Florida vs. Blot Mc ash: '

-t;t g situation is illustrated by Louisiana, pleasure of becoming fetter acquainted that a campaign is under way. between proposal Austria to localize the conflict 'R 'ports from all unions read. Most ion, indicted for selling(liquor., 'De- F .3
and Servia the
with her work. of the unions have done work
which has resigned its authority to She has been There is no enthusiasm in Englandfor more, fendant discharged'upon his own recognizance -
elected Superintendent of the Anti former can declare herself entirely than previous and all have an '
q there is year and case trlnsferred. to '
.; !'th1 United States, represented bBurgeonGeneral' : war, yet a general belief agreed with Sir. Edward Grey' remarks
I'J Cigarette League of New York increased membership. Gainesvillehas '
\ Rupert Blue, of theU. and that her obligations to her partners in absentee docket- ;r
but
what
regarding he said
:,: S. Public Health Service, to direct personally conducts a clinic in New the triple entente and her interests asa the largest membership in the district Court adjourned. 'j(: ,

"1 York City. I had the pleasure of listening great European power will force her concerning the suppression of military and,is doing,splendid work, ,especially Friday ',* .
,the campaign against the plague in operations, affairs .have proceeded .
; 'Nor Orleans. to her mor'ning'amail, statingthe to support Russia and France in any much in medal contest work andmothers' Court convened at 9 1 clock. All .,'. '
too far to allow anything to be
I !' good results her treatments were steps they may take.The'.immediate meetings. cases, orders, motions and-proceedings ....j
J In Florida: which_in sanitary matftars done in this direction"r
:; acts? through its'State board of giving and how anxious the.patients effect of the wa 'Advices from the : .)Irs. F, F, Thomas, of.JJainesvile{ not ..otherwise.djspo'sed o$, were. continued : ;
Belgrade say Ser
a 'health this board is in general charge were, to. be free from the'igarette cloud is likely to be a compromise on vian capital is now' located at Nish must be given hearty congratulations for the term. '* -j' ='

II' habit. home rule since all for her untiring efforts in securing Court adjourned. -
: it natters affecting the healthfulness parties feel that where the Sknpshtina (national j :. ,; ;
I received word short time assembly and, fora'much' needed
: beforeI domestic means
dissensions must be settledat ways
; i col the'state.. For the protection of OVE1l
: met
) All
today. Servians between 'f
SOME MP : >
left for the North that Mr. Milli rest for Gainesville. Starke also TS. '.:.
gun all cost in the face of outside eriL room '
s|IF': entire state or of any section of it+ .I eighteen and sixty able ,
d the had met with an accident and.passed The fierce demands of the Conservative years, comes in for her share of excellent i
board may supersede local authorities to bear have ; .
arms,, been called out, Starke Is Making Steady Progress
\-4-1 June 17th.
away His wife's grief is papers for a general election have work, having more paid-up membersand -
; municipal, county or ethers, tak- and mobilization is
AD ) .1
proceeding rapid
The Time
\,I ir C'entire charge in'an emergency, in intense. This leaves her without immediate been hushed. The foreign officer has more union signals taken than any '

>which its wider resources and powersjf family ties. She feels h become the most important branch of ly.The Militaerische Rundschaue previous year. In fact, more,.signals Starke continues-' elbe! -
sorrow can be best borne the reports ire taken in Starke than to to the
i by helping government and no.one wants to any
\may seem necessary to meet existing :
sharp fighting along the river had front with substantial :
improvements.During
1' Under humanity. She will leave soon for risk the possibility of losing Sir Edward the district Starke has also -
14(; : were past the tbntract has
itions'the board exercises its Chicago, where she has accepted a Grey with Iris exceptional influence some good work in the' many social

:std authority' outside of cities and powers ineorporated tall to do clinic work and lecture. Mrs. in the councils of Europe.The' opposed by Austrian frontier troops meetings they have had. Lawtey been let to ..the.QuigleyLumber{ t, '
when
-
they'attempted to cross the riv Supply Co. for !
Milligan remodeling stores .,
; : very heartily inquired about British warships everywhereare and Micanopy are also doing good ;
: towns in which the local
It also
er. reports that Servians firedon owned by Mr.' N. T.' Ritcfr and
her occupied -
Starke
boards of health in : friends. taking on supplies. Soon after it work and promise more soon. We
arc control of sah- their own river transports by mistake by A. M.; 'Darby. arid:the Johns '
,,nary matters; Most cordially, became known that Austria and Ser-: are]glad to extend welcome to the new -
killing and wounding several Furniture Co., and material 1 is
already
The ,duty of they municipal health MRS. T. D. GUNTER.MRS. via were at war the'officers and Servian 'soldiers. union "at Sexton and hope it may being placed on the gfOunlL-

l'' *organization, although perhaps defin- sailors ashore at Portland and Weymouth The ministry of foreign affairs has prove "wonderfully successful We trhe' old fronts of these':'stores will, ,

led 'in different CORNELIA PERRY. were summoned to their ships. are happy, indeed, to introduce to you
language various
by advised verbal
note to the foreign be removed and :
replaced large 1
Mrs. -jwith
Cornelia '
./t t cities is to maintain such Perry died at the the new union at High Springs, organized
sanitary home of her representatives informing them of the plate glass windows and leavy plate'glass ; ,.
1 ''conditions be son, Mr. Horace Perry, Quietly Preparing: today with twelve membersand
as may required by mn'nidpal declaration of war and declaring that doors. The window will ,
:;.t legislation, and it is regulated about ten miles east of Starke, Satur Paris, July 28.-The French government Austria : seven honorary members., We rest z '
will, on the assumption of on handsome marble base and win
'i. {by the day, July 25, and was buried at Beu- and people appear to be quietly earnestly pray that this 'new union f
powers delegated to these similar
observances Servia be held in
by adhereto place with fastenings
cojrUer .
lab church on Sunday afternoon preparing for 'le awaiting the be town ,
boards Rev. a blessing to the and a
by their may
'i crea ra. It is the -
a duty Wm. provisions of the Hague conference *. 1., It?:
of F: Malphurs, of Starke decision of lnsisa.Troop wonderful success.
: such con
city health boards to exerciseAuthority of
October 15 1908 and The
interior
J the of the stores will'done be ,
: dueting'the funeral trains ? and
a
in services. army Elections for ensuing were as
: the year -
,emergency of an epidemic Declaration of London of lowered
the
,February over, floors 'vrSiQs '
Mrs. Perry was born in Florida representatives are on duty in telegraph follows ,
f disease,,which is confined I IYa to on 28, 1909. : re-decorated, and ceilings
,the limits of that city, calling the November 18, ,1842. She was united telephone and postoffice. The President, Mrs. J., B. ,Simonton, of covered
on with

No Cause ornamental metal The.
For Alarm ceilings. -
state board.for in marriage to Samuel Perry June average citizen has read in the newspapers Micanopy. .
assistance when such 13 1865 his instructions Washington, July 28.-With a' billion fronts are to be finished with, a Mare 4"
and became general concerning :
'aid maybe,needed. a member of the Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. J. J,
and nearly three hundred million quise style metal awning which wilTgive
Baptist church 24 mobilization; he long has had ? -
Jones of
[The duties of the national years ago. She is Micanopy.
state and
dollars in gold coin and bullion the finishing'touch" tr' what win ; i
city health authorities survived by .four sons- Messrs. Fred, his orders instructing him preciselywhen Recording Secretary, Mrs W. S. '
are largely but ,
be
stored in treasury vaults and about two 'of the handsomest' and mostuptodate ;
where for'service.
and to ,
Henry Horace and report
not entirely, toward the prevention Lewis Perry, and Graham, of Raiford. '
of
,Y l. disease: invasion and to create andmaintain four daughters, Mesdames, Ella Shiffordick ((The cabinets met late today and received $600JOOO,000"more' of coin in circulation Treasurer, Mrs. Susie Hill, of Lawtey. stores in the city, I .

=,, such : Nellie Allen, May Wells and reports of the ministers. Any treasury' officials said tonightthe The Quigle/-Company hsi also contracted F :
sanitary conditions ,
: wiU not invite disease. as Jessie Willard. decisions were kept closely guarded. United States'had no cause for All regretted so much that we could with CoL A. Z. Adi:(ns for the '- :, ': '

Abel Ferry, under-secretary for foreign alarm over the tremendous shipments'of erection of a six room,, two stOry p
.t' Under,the,laws'of Florida \ not have our efficient president, Mrs. :
no man gold from New York to clo id- house on his'recently *
war acquired
to
; BRASS affairs, is en route Dunkirktonight prop .
I BAND
I dpality may establish ORGANIZED. A. H. Freeman, of Starke, still in our '.
quarantine
n I,*caInst any other city or section do- A colored brass band has been organized to meet President Poincareand ,ed Europe. ranks, but owing to ill health and other erty just'east .of his resSIence' :"on,
Premier Viviani who will arrive Secretary McAdoo 'explained that Pennsylvania., This sail be ,,
in { a .
Starke -
I mertfc or foreign, without the and the members reasons 'she was compelled to lay / ,{
1 con- the country in better pretty, convenient and '
was never position nfortable -
there dawn.According ,
have at
lent of the already purchased their instru the district work down for
I j state board. On the other a season: '
a be to send some of its .millions cottage, equipped with alf
to what is believed to modernconveniences. .
::. [;l IMnd, the state board establish ments. They are circulating a subscription but we hope for her a speedy recovery ;
may
) there remains the abroad and declared there was nothing t"
', quarantine without the paper 'and soliciting help] responsible opinion and return to us and the work. ;
permission '
or to fear from the;drain to The lower floor
meet to
contain reception
when Austria has
> from the possibility that occupied '
{ /request public and
of local authorities: they are receiving Literature for the inmates of the "
European demands. It was pointed hall, parlor, dining :
Servian territory she will room and kitchen v
some ,
i. t.:In>iew of,I these conditions the generous encouragement from our cit State Prison Farm at Raiford was discussed
] out that while Europe just now was while the second floor will(have
izens anounce her intention.not to proceed two I
generally who feel
the
ef need of and all the unions promised
,' jaatter ridding Florida
seaports hold what she has taken drawing upon America's gold supply, bed rooms, bath and screened sleeping .
such further but to ;
I i,4.interior'cities' of their rat an organization. A white band to send what good literature they '
I it would be porch.
pop only a short time before !
'I 'jiMM,, is plainly the duty of the cih should also be organized here. Starke] 'until Servia gives competsntguarantees could get to Mrs. W. S. Graham, .of The ;- :
has that she will observe Aus the money would be, coming, back to house is to be painted pirongh- :
: :.*nemselvM" plenty of musical talent that Raiford, to be sent out to the farmto ;
_
? fcy eient .
.e rodent '
should be tria's wishes. Russia would not thenbe pay for the vast quantity of food and out, electric wired, and fitted with hot ''s
":-i;}i.nt,.; to create such used in this' way.. Every: distribute it as was best _
sanitary con.litioaa supplies this would be calledupon ] and cold water
country '
town needs a brass band. likely to intervene, it is argued, sewerage, ate making '
The convention closed with the medal
rr/l. as will make.the invasion of
diplomatically, and negotiations to ship across the. water a most desirable home. ::

: "\:ft* plague, improbable, i| not i'mposfWe. REVIVAL MEETING. except appear'to be going on at present TimesUnion.Mr. contest, which was most beautifully : Col-J. E. Fetch has just completed -

iIt in spite of these efforts conducted by our charming district
the the
A revival meeting will between Austria and Rusisa. addition of an artistic aex ened-in ... -
t. ( mat should"appear, it would be- New River begin at of-war tonight H.-L. Gray, of Raleigh,.:was in superintendent, Mrs J. E. Fntch, living porch to his already iandsome- <
Baptist church On 'the announcement .
ani the duty the state health Friday Starke Wednesday and awarded to of Gainesville. Here was one of the residence, and v
.i try au- evening, August 7, and continue as Paris became'animated.. There Mr. DeWitt C. Jones the contract of hardest that re-modeled aria}:.redeoedges ,
;.1 .to take charge of the situa- long sufficient demonstrations in the propositions three j orated the whole interior Vf }:
as interest is manifest were patriotic
!. *i to stamp oat the disease and the remodeling the old gin house at the ever went up against, for they all Mr. and Mrs. B. B. :
ed. The other cities Hopson're, add-
services will be capital and through '
conducted
3 !Weetfcn! calling upon the Federal by many ; corner of Walnut and Madison streets were so good it Was a difficult task ing to'the comfort '
the pastor Rev. Wm. out the republic but there also were of their home on T
F.
-: fwirament; for:'such advice and. aid Malphurs, assisted into a modern garage. The buildingwill to decide, but,there were a few points Walnut street by' ; .:- 4-
$ '' building'({
demonstrations >n and.
ftM,aUght! appear ntcessary.Jl by Rev P. Quinters Cason, of against war. be given a modern front with n. in favor of the, dear, beautiful little making a sleeping porch. "} ''

nation Palatka, and Rev. F. B. Johns, of awning and plate glass windows. The girl, Miss Elizabeth ,.: (
.pteae -of Jealth-nvi ling I Hammergien .Dan Bone has added to>> '
Starke. A cordial'invit of ,Shots. thq
Exchange appearance
:*dWon ,Is 'the 'province of. tion' is extended walls will be painted or coated with: Gainesville; to whom it was award ed. of his :f
every place on "
to London 28. A rumor Cherry ttreeU; > : '
the
publie.MEETING July was current 1 -
4midpatity'a stucco. The improvements, will involve The medal was presented by of laying.a
4 having been fore- one I walk
the cement: 'f rod hv zido- -
in Paris last night that German .
.i..4 of,the'mei1aee of,the plaar'ia' Rae, AT HEILBRONN. minister ,in Belgrade has been an expenditure of about $2,000. the ministers of the town in a few I|wart: to'the.froct steps;end ,'renlac: .f..: ;' .

;": : 'pemjve,.'demand resting Rev.. G. R Larramore will start'a assassinated. Inquiry, 'however, dinThe Starke Grays defeated Willis- beautifully chosen 'words. Miss ing the'picket fence with a'rwr lmc : xr
-'ti,authorities'of Florida revival Padgett and Fetch, of Gainesville >ire fence. "
every meeting at HeObronn Saturday closed 'that the minister had merely ton on the home diamond Thursday 31 :

.,ydteapmiaBy. ;upoii'\ts. ten sea- evening,;August 1, whichnearer will left Belgrade for'Nish. afternoon by a score of 5 to_2.. This treated the audience with several .The.above, bnildirnob's, k vrjihanded .tJ -

.'.q.keireos: .. :: '.....,,.ie' ...4e, -:;. ., continue. week or ten days. Every The correspondent 'of the Daily is the second game Starke has played! their lovely,vocal selections, while | : in bythe..Q/oig!? .',listerSupply & ". '

.r'.1.6'.... .<' >. J !t. body. is iavited\to attend and take Chronicle at Semlin telegraphing, on with the fast .Willistoa team this sea others from the same place gave se' Co.: -. it. _:-

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: *..?} .. ARMED. + The IndividnaL + is- called ship-shape.' Whenever any- startling statement but a true one in this case. ,
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.' I .'k**! I i 11111111111_" p ,44"*** "The value of.a live energetic news- There is no 'state' .In the Union used up, we find that the most economical your own ground feed (cosLabout 3 cent? equal, 01 Bee U Dee S T "
I .-iD what do lor affinals! and fowls-two MEDI
where be and they your J '
can as safely ,and
> I For: :* months the State ,Board of paper to any town or city is absolutely money satisfactory plan is to fix pounds of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic lea gook ,
areso profitably invested'at the present or to replace it immediately.. ,* (price 25 ., There I If Jb fu
Florida's sanitary watchdog; impossible of estimation. There cents) you are you don't usa. MarW: ...
} 'Health' ) that the time as Florida. The wear,and tear of life, however, believe it, try it out I Buy,today a can of- &e Dee Stock ).
jx.; '\' t has' been', sounding the alarm of the many ways' newspaper promotes The legal rate' of interest is 8 per is so great and so rapid that beforewe Company.t
the interest of the city and the & POULTRY T
L. I. approaching plague' The ,developments individual citizen where it is publishedthat cent' and the contract rate 10 percent know it we got behind.and never BeenAe'SlOCK : _f..

f' <( of, the" past few: weeks havehate it would be' like trying to number andlarge or small sums can be can catch up. At least we never could 3Oc-1Dd

t proved that this alarm'was not merely tiie sands of the sea to enumerate readily placed at these rates ,on first until we established "fixing day" in Oufw..... ...-.."*B......-"....,|.. 'Ahoar derv '

a growl of ,the ordinary watch dog; them. It is the true friend of the city mortgage on city property in good our. calendar. p

'i1; ; nor an empty "baying at the moon." or town and every resident thereof town on a 50 or 60 per cent valuation. ,The plan has worked so well that

,The ,history of the, disease shows and stands ready to fight the battles Many people will say "Can people we give it here to others who'may be I,

:'Y that its progress ,across thee, deep even of individual citizens in a way afford to pay these'rates of interest troubled as as we were. ,
x,1 oceans'is stealthy and mysterious. for the use of the money," and until About once each month we take a
: that no other has either ,the
,, no-'ordinar1. means,can the, presence nerve or. the courage agency to do. It standsas they make themselves: familiar ,with day off and really fix the things that NELLIE KING FLOUR

of'the infection in given locality be bulwark of defense for the conditions here, they do not believe need fixing. In order to remember I

", determined until the disease is ac a, great they can do so, but if they will take them all we jot down the items as we .
and for the people.
city the trouble to get to the bottom of think of them, upon a piece of paper, ', FRESH- FROM THE MILL
"But this is only one feature."There's .
vietin.
.. :the ,matter, they will soon find out which is carried in.the pocket Here
'r another that is seldom giv- 1
.. and fears of that not only can they afford to is a sample program of
fixing
The dire anticipations pay a day: ,
rfl en much thought and that is that the $5.00FA BARRE
A : state health, autherities'all along the of city or town area these rates, but they can mate a large I I Grease wagon and buggy; saw off

." '! .* .At.t.nbo___ _.nil_ Gnlf__ coasts_ that. the cIispu newspapers paying investment any for such place as profit. on the monev.- -- -.. so- borrowed- .-. -- .- over- limb in front yard that strikes every

> ease was approaching the United industrial institutions. People wel- and above the interest charges. one in the face; replace broken glass "

t > States were realized by its appear- The rapid and permanant development in dining room window; oil hinges on

'' Mice in Havana last February. Twenty come with open arms and few loud thousand acclaim that is going on all over the two, creaking doors; move stop on the ALL OTHER GROCERIES SOLD ,AT LOW, ,
costing a
factory -
[JV -even cases and. six ,deaths had any state calling for a large amount of front door-so it will remain shut; put '..
dollars and they think the town is (
y.M been reported from Cuba by July 1, wonderfully. fortunate in securing money, both for public'and private two bolts on the little boy's cart; PRICES {, S

;all but two of the cases,in Havana. purposes, that portion of it requiredfor place a new hook in the wall so that ?
plant that will give employment to'a
The energetic measures taken by,the number of people. Sometimes they public purposes is easily obtainable the hammock can be used; replace NICE LINE OF HARNESS JUST"'f' RECEIVED!

t Cuban health ,authorities, under the but business men, large and broken board on the gallery steps; ,
bonus such
to "
even put a secure
ti *\ direction.of Dr. Guiterns, were an assurance up small, find it more difficult to get tack fresh wire on screen door; grindaxe
t .r that every effort was being plants. There are many newspapers enough to meet their requirements two knives and hoe; handleone Closing Out Summer :!.1i:
which give employment to a number'of
'f tY made to confine and, stamp out .the because the volume of business is in- axe; take out bedslat that falls Suits at lowprice
people, and nothing thought of it. very
\ disease. creasing so rapidly and banks will not out and saw a longer one; put a new .
(The money that ,to the .
comes
{ v" Without warning it was anonunced paper make loans long enough to make them washer in pump; plane down window ,

'j, from New Orleans and from what' is is spent published.in the' None town of or it city where it :.feel secure, particularly as. national i so that it will move up and down without Calico at 4c per yard. Dress Shifts at 25c cad]

\f-) source the infection reached that city goes away banks cannot lend on real estate se sticking; fix two panels of fence; '*t&
for ink and and
has not yet been discovered, or at except paper someI I curity. clean out spring; mend hole in chicken Just received
other small supplies that cannot be a beautiful line of Ginghams andy f
a least, if known, has not been announced. We feel sure that if investors, both house; drive to town and have the

It is as likely to reach any other bought at home.home The institution newspaper It is I those with large capital and those horse shod and tire'fastened; take other Dress Goods i i.JA ,
essentially a :
seaport city on'the Atlantic or Gulf 1 with comparatively small sums to invest bridle to harness shop for repairs; It.
works
and to its
day night buildup
3 Coasts, as to/ have' made New Orleans were once convinced that the securities have tinner mend holes in three pans;

( i, its first lodging place in the home town and state,.and spends its offered here in Florida are get five 'pounds nails, oil can and oil;

United States-quite as likely, that is, published money'freely on'strict with home business people.principles It is j equally safe with those of older states get alarm clock fixed; get one pair D. ANDREWS MERCANTILE' .CO)

: 'i if, no,precautions are taken to resist 1 that: they would not hestitate long shoes resoled and childrens' hair cut. '
{ these days and that is the reason for
Its I before investing their here That is a sample day.
coming the.,.__ crrowth. .. __ and_n_ .nrosneritv. ___.. ___. that___ _has__ money The mental satisfaction in RAIFORD, FLORIDA 3
f # !F The insidious, nature of the plague, ,where the returns would be so much havingall a ,

i ; L'; 'its stealthy approach in the infected, few come to many papers during the past I greater than those they'are now get- these things behind us and 'out of

f;: i flea-bearing ,rat which hides in the years., t L ing. the way, the increased convenienceand ,-,

l'i:' !darkness of the ship's hold, whichgnaws "As a business enterprise, a good It will repay you well to inquire comfort in our home, and the
is about the best industry ,
newspaper
. its, way into the foundations closely: into this matter, and we willIe time, money and annoyance saved;

j K' of freight laden, warehouses, andwhich that any town has, and its publishers task happy to render you any assistance make us enthusiastic about fixing day. FOR 4
'nothing but a square deal.Publfshers At house it has remain.
" ;} .' ., is a synonym'foe'sneaking repulsiveness ve can on hearing from you. our come S

'i If-; all these combine tot Auxiliary. In almost all the towns of Florida -G. G. Browell, in the Progressive" ,

ft. ',' t make the fight .against it a fight in CLERK'S REPORT.t is a rapidly increasing demand Farmer.

t: ;f J the dark,.a fight, it 'may be, against Starke,'Fla., July 1, 1914. for homes that can'be bought on the
ij I 'a that be easy payment plan. CLERK'S REPORT. SALE .
danger may not actually Report of the clerk of the circuit '

.r f': present, but a fight against the, chances court in and for Bradford, county, We'are very pleased to ,see this, as I Starke, Fla., June 1, 1914. .

:, it.;t \ 3 that it may ,be. "' Florida, on account of taxes assessedfor here is no doubt that those who own Report of the clerk of the. circuit "

: 1-' What do sober-minded heir own homes 'are better and court in and for Bradford county,
the
: sane, men year 1913. more To close the Estate; I of!
: Florida account of taxes assessed am
do in, such circumstances, where the B. M. BOWLING, permanent citizens than renters. on

gamble is,for the healthfulness of a Tax Collector. This demand opens up a fine field for the year 1913.B. fering Farm One Hundred Six' '

j city, and ,community, for life against Coonty Pwp r. for investment,to those with capital, M., BOWLING, <
Jane 1. to bat due county proper fund 1401.24 the that Tax Collector. Acres One Mile
:; the chances of a horrible epidemic and By, amt collected 720.72 as prices can be secured Comnty Pn, r. Southeast; _" ..
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? r a more'frightful death? No matter show a very handsome profit and of May I. to bal due county proper fund 8357.99 im
July l.to baldue .
W 4 3k how small the 'odds against them, Driinacc. 680.62 course, the security is first-class. We By amt eoUeoted 1956.75 St rke. Thirty Acres rov: dwirefencebalanceTimber .

June 1, to bat due drainage fund 8998.72 know
7 they fight By amt collected 1225.60 several gentlemen who are mak- June I, to bal due -. 1401.24 TJii
That's the, situation in Florida'to- ing big money on this proposition, and DraI.... .'
May I. to bal due fund
\ : ; It is at July 1. to bal due ; .. 277112 if any of our readers should be interested amt collected drainage '- 4771.12By 772.40 is fine
day. emphasized every seaport I CMniy Bead aid Bridf a farm. Could be subd'vided. :

\ ;, 'and it is a menace directly in June bridge 1., to fund bal.due_.:I.county....._road,..and._885S.88 in this matter we will be pleased June 1, to bal due 3998.72 '

( proportion to the amount of its marine i By amt collected............._..1981.93 to give them the fullest particulars Conty Bead and Bridge. 3K:
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Hay I. to bal due road and. bridland' .' '
with the countries of in'reference thereto.-Homeseekers .... (
.commerce July 1. to bat due= 9234.45By
1871.45
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I 'the world, particularly with southern Cemty'BlIJdI. i Guide. amt: collected 5381.07 Also Seven Room 1. Two-stor
June 1, to bal due
1 and trooical lands. county bonding June 1, to bal due 8858.38
fund -. '
and energetic action is By amt collected 860.85 700.59 NEWS FROM .THE CHURCHES. Comity Bofl Prompt necessary Great representative May 1. to bal due county building fond 1678.99B

by every city, that! has a deepwater July 1, to bal due 840.24 rapidly lining church bodiesare > amt collected --973.40 'Walnut St. right in the 'best 'residence "
Owty SclMeL up against the liquor ,
,_ :. commerce, and by every'other June 1. to bal due county Khool fund 4905.00By traffic. The different June I, to bal due.. 700.59
branchesof
; 'city that has trade relations with it- amt collected. %622." the Presbyterian church show 1; to bat due County county ScaooLMay school ftmd.11752.74 section of Starke:
and all Florida cities are united great By amt collected 6847.74
closely July 1. to bat due 2382.47 -
S constant travel and business Total 8 -8cMoL unanimity in this matter.- (The General I will sell the above properties at a bargaHJ,
by June I. to bat due 4905.00
June 1. to bal due total lub-ccbooL- 2596.11 Assembly at its --
meeting in Chicago
'; relations., Get'rid, of, the rats, both By amt collected 1390.83 Total Sab-cdweL for cash. Write or call on : :
recorded itself' as favoring the May 1. to bat due total eubacbooL6285.69 .
for health preservation ,for economic July 1. to. bal due __ .1205.28 Sheppard-Hobson bill By amt collected .- 3689.48
; against the line and Fufdt re. now pending in N. B. HULL
Prepare
reasons.
Administrator
June 1. to bal due ___: 850.24 Congress, "or any other which will June 1,, to bat due 2596.11 ,
this infection. Once Fine and Forfeiture. ,
4 j y s possibilities of By amt collected 180.19
t accomplish the desired end," and 12 May 1. to bar due -. 839.43 "1'f '
'it t is discovered in any community, July 1, to bal due:-.-._ r....._.,.... 170.05 ringing resolutions, passed by By amt' collected -" 489.19 _
then it's another proposition. It .License. unan-
1 July'1. to bal due, -*-,..:........_. 10.00! imous vote, outline a radical antiliquor June 1. to bal due 350.24
means a fight for life extending over W. T. WEEKS Liceme
program. June 1, to bal due 10.00
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c months, to stamp out the disease and (Seal) Clerk. The Presbyterian church south, w. r. WEEKS, wt

; 1."rest,of the world becomes afraid By, R. A. WEEKS, meeting in Kansas City, also passeda (Seal). Clerk. e gfxY I

;j .of the infected city, trade 'relations Deputy Clerk. resolution in favor of national constitutional By K., A. WEEKS, I
s ire paralyzed and quarantine,may lay Deputy Clerk.

its heavy hand on ,the plague,spot. Headache and Nervousness Cured. likewise the prohibition Cumberland amendment;

Infested rats mayhem, n a,port for "Chamberlain's Tablets are entitledto in session Presbyterian +++**.1111111111 i 11++*++ l

a considerable period before' their ,all the praise, I can give them," at Wegoner, Oklahoma; : + + ,. Our LatestDevelopment
and the United
presence ts discovered through an outs writes Mrs Richard,Olp, Spencerport, general Presbyterians in at their + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + '- ; !
t assembly New Orleans
break of the disease. The time of incubation N. Y. They have cured me of headache Pa. declared + |1- + "","i<' 0"
uncompromising hostility "
of the bacillus in the human and nervousnessand. restored me + The following schedule is + !
to the
S' host 'is shorter. It may vary from to my normal health." For sale by The Federal liquor Council traffic. of the + now in' effect: + '...wd y .. .' ......:g. v'
Con- >j1'. --
53 S twenty-four hours to several days, all dealers. gregational churches, it will, be recalled + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa + --= ,, ... :::-_. :'--' .
but if it is not actively manifested + due at Starke 11:02 A. M. + -- --
went
'within ten days, the isolated person Get our prices'for printing and we unanimously on record the as supporting almost + N:>. 1, Jacksonville to'Tam- + ,

is released as not dangerous to the will get your orders.HHmH amendment SheppardHobson + pa, dae at'Starke 11:14 P. M. + '.
providing for submission "
I community. The disease takes sev- ++M t4+ UCt1RCHES. ++fIt ++ + No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar + SEft'ADDING
f to the'states of the questionof ; 1 Pre: ; I
I i 'oral forms in the human victim ac- + t + nation-wide prohibition. .+ Key,' due at Starke 4:49 + l : '; m: : )i ]"el-
+
+
M.
P.
,
cording to whether certain glands are + + SUBTRACTING

attacked,"as in the bubonic, form; the + + BEER AS VIEWED BY MODERN + No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville + AND

;' lungs, in, the pneumonic form, or the; + BAPTIST-Rev.' C., M. Brit- GERMANS. + due at Starke 3:49'P. M. + f av

intestines and, internal organs, or it + ton. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + German scientists are everywhere + No.2, Tampa to Jacksonville + IT\yfPi !
"f"f jl Ac
recognized + due at Starke 4:54 A. M. + .
? may invade the circulating blood, +, M. ,Morning service, 11:00; + as being thorough in their ( ,

t where it !is known as septicemic.It + evening service, 7:00. Visitors + work. For this reason their ,findingswith + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- + 3! (WAHL ADDING MECHANISE?

.. is a disease quick in its devel + cordially ,invited ,to worship + respect to alcohol will have con- + sonville, due at Stark .' 9:21 +

opment and fatality, and its percent. + with us.EPJSCOPALRev.. + siderable weight the'world over. One + A.M. + HERE it .is-'thc computing typewriter, the

I. age of deaths'has been known to run + + of the exhibits at the International + + ".typewriter, the typewriter ch,

L ,. as high as ninety of every one hundred + E. A.,. + Hygienic Exposition'in' Dresden, an + Starke and Wannee Bran.fi. + writes and adds on the same the typewriter

victims. It is to be dreaded and I + Sherrod, rector. Services first + swering the question is "la Beer + ----- + page,
+ No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 i which prevents errors, stops leaks and; cuts half
every effort must be taken by Florida + Sunday in every month. + Nourishing? presented 6 grams of ,

f 'citizens to prevent its invasion. ., +- of lard, 25 grams of bread, 3' Ag. + A.M. + l the labor in all branches of accounting work.

L + CHRISTIAN Rev: Ernest +i ments of sugar, and a tiny cup of milk + No. 104 arrives at Starke + Bear: in mind also that it's a Smith Premier Tiftmiler, built yt
John L. Sullivan, ex-pugilist and + 2:45P.M. +
+ House, pastor. Services on + with the explanation that either would on Smith Premier principles, eat Ig and ate itrlit far "tfJi1
*- now heavy-weight champion of prohibition represent the nutritive value +
+ morning and evening of each + of a .character.
declares that he was not of +, Limited Trains + I I.' .
glass beer. The
t + second and fourth Sunday of + purchasing powerof
, knocked out by Jim Corbett, but ly a in + + :' This feature has always meant simplicity., 'n 'the Suit'sPremier )
actual'food
+ the month. + penny was shownas
,
i and ,
Jim Jams. He confidently predicts + No. 9 Jacksonville to Tampa + Adding Subtracting Typewriter 'ineanj, a new'i
55 ,
of lard -
+ + grams 500
or of -
V grams factor of
i; simplicity, for no: double function is
of John ever performed by :
the downfall Barleycorn. +, PRESBYTERIAN-No regular + bread, or 200 grams of sugar. It was + due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + '

y_ germ Attack of Colic ,Cued. 1 +' pastor. Sunday school at + pointed out further that the beer retains +. ,No. '10, Tampa to JacksOn- + i any adding" key. ,
1 10 + ville, due at Starke 6J10 P. M. :- No trouble to break in operators on this simple machine.
travels + 10:00 A. M. + grams of alcohol and that I
E. E. Cross, who in Virginiaand L ,
} other Southern States was taken +. + this is "rank poison." T. J. Griffin, Agent. Any good typist is bound to be a good adding typist-p-ready made. ;

iade*ly and severely ni with colic. At +' METHODIST Rev. B. T., '. German jnvestigators, led by the + Send for our new illustrated booklet,"// dadrzd SsdtnuttWJult :;

s; a the Arat'store,he came to the 'merchant ,Rape, pastor Sunday school +, Kaiser himself, are overturning some ***** iiiiiiiiiinii ***+. Ya* Write." \

Chamberlain's s + at 9:45 A. M. Morning-- + of the pet theories of the beer and
recommended.. The United ,
; States
Cholera'and Diarrhoea Remedy. +. vice, .11:00 o'clock; eveningservice wine advocates. Department of Smith Premier Department,
I i Colic. *' 7:80 .o'clock. Visitors : Labor states that 72 per cent of agricultural w it KoofaVtm Tnwwifccr Co.v a7flacMMmW It

,Two dows ,of itcured him No one *' cordially invited to attend., Cans IN ..... ?Itur luttitt. mf tin 79 per cent of manufacturers ) I, .. j

.1 :should leave home on a journey with* + The wont wen no matter of how loaf,taadinc. .88 per cent of tradesmen and 90per 223 W., Bay St,_Jacksonville- ,1! Fla. (
ur'I wfa bottle of, this preparation. Foir are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.. m
+.+, e. 1111111111.. .ill..dt.+.. Porter Antueptie Healing 00. It rdkrea 'cent of railroad officials discriminate "
jl I 1 p l1hi..bjiR,, y tlettlen. a .t ?ilia and Beth at the ame time. tk,He,SLOP -.against' men:who drink. ,



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J ,- -' -,, -:'- '_.. "little animals'were captured along theHillsboro ,A Tampa dispatch says: The body <, <-, .:r-
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: I river near Knights by Thos. of 'Yee Jim, a, son 'of' the Flowery ,

LIVE: ; STATE NEWS I Brown and L W.Wilder of that place. Kingdom, embalmed after the fashionof ..

t A hound belonging Mr.,Brown wassaid the"foreign devil"was started this When You
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to ke responsible for running from :
r ,r I morning Tampa for Canton/ .
,across the scent and! tracking the nestJ China, via San Francisco. His brother* "

: 'Things," That Are Happening. All ,Over, Florida ,J j where the mother cat and three cubs Lee Jim, goes as far as Frisco with -.,

: As. Told (By Our Exchanges (were living. Messrs. Brown and the body,' and there a cousin, Yee A Horse A Mule \i

: ;kWilder were fishing at the time, but Nang, will take charge,'see ,that the ,: ,

..i hearing the baying of the dogs, they body gets safely to Canton,,that it is ,t r t, %

.i........ plant of the tAn expert'from Georgia has been left their rods and came upon the entombed>with the body 'of Yee Jim's 4 -
: big creosote : ) treed After *k
a short fight the
i quarry. ancestors and that the numberof Buggy ',
: in Gaineris secured for the conduct of,the Alachua proper Wagon
Line railway ,
hntk:Cottt wildcat was killed and the cubs taken joss sticks # ./
burned in
are the
and II county fair this falL The prganiza- right
day
operated' .
Yille now being from the nest. Mr. Wilder said that temples and the devils appeased. The ,-
tion work will begin very soon and the

nisbk people in Gainesville and the entirenstm the parent cat measured slightly over 10,000 mile journey is necessary, according f
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:The'famous. and-il road at E I county are enthusiastic over the prospects five feet from nose to tip of tail and to'Lee Jim so that the gods A Set of Harness

;is. nott'' attracting 'considerable, attention for a splendid exhibition of products was to be made into a 'rag for his may be satisfied and Yee Jim's soul ,{ J<

is probable that; home.Plant City Courier. linger not here but in the land whereit
,,and it very and industries this,year. H. H. .

similar: roads will be constructed at; Wadsworth, who is coming to Gainesville entered the shell which was knownin Come '

'other,places in the state at an early as- an expert, has had, consider. front Dodging one train to find herself, in this life as Yee Jim. Otherwise it to See Us !
of the switch,
engine-in fact
date. able experience in the management of would wander about, in discord with i .

A tentative site for __the___,Florida big Georgia fairs and comes highly the her cow-catcher feet were being of said entangled engine before with all things that are not good for a We buy in car lots and give our cus-- 2l ij \

recommended.-Times-Union.: Chinaman., Then, too, Yee Jim left tomers the benefit of the
Panama-Pacific lowest prices. \
buflding at the expo- she knew it, was the experience of abundance of property here, accumu-

'ntjoa. has been chosen,by, the commission from Miss Marie McLendon, the young lated by years of unremitting toil y .,.. :
News has been received
; appointed for that purpose. Prickly Pear just:Point about four miles daughter of Mrs. H. P. McLendon, washing the shirts and polishing the ;

)The I selected is said is near to be the an Kansas excellent south of Clearwater,, of.a huge devil- who had sufficient presence of mindto collars of "Melican mans.It Yee J. W. ANDREWS &

building, and fish that stays near the point and grab hold of the cow-atcher and wouldn't have died here but he contracted S N

location. defies the passing of boats. Latelyone hold on until the switch engine could that "foreign devil" disease, ;
be stopped, thus saving her life from
'Representative Frank Clark now or two boats have struck the fish appendicitis, mistook it for plain

in Congress at Washington, is being He is said to be about ten feet from being crushed out under the wheels stomach ache and waited too long before f

I 1-- 'vied by his friends to announce for tip to tip and it is thought that he of the moving engine. Miss Marie consulting a doctor. His case Starke Florida .

'governor of, Florida. He is quoted will weigh about 700 pounds. Boats was crossing the railroad at Kentucky was hopeless and he passed out and on. ,. ,. 4
Ave. and had just stepped out of the ,I
saying that he is considering the passing in the channel, just west of
way of the morning train from Fort
Butter, and ill probably have something the point, can often see him floating Myers., She failed to notice that she Best Diarrhoea Remedy.If ,

to say on the subject about the partly out'of water; but always whena had you have ,ever used Chamber- } -
I stepped on another track on which ..L
,ini of next year. boat approaches within a radius of the switch lain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea ,
engine was approaching,
half mile he dives and is'seen no I Remedy you know that it is a success. .
and until she felt strike her .
of Shirley something .
trial Hopson,
The more unto he rises alongside the boat I Sam. F. Gain, Whatley, Ala., writes: 4
in the recent auto- shoe. She turned to find the'erine
,|l7nerr_ principals and tries to reach over the side.- "I had measles and got caught out T.t. you'knew that house would
Orlando, WM completed .on her. Although she had. an umbrella your
bas holdup near Clearwater So*. si- in the rain, and it settled in my stom-
,in that city Saturday after. in one hand and some change in L] burn
not down
ach and bowels. I had an awful time, you would not t -
found guilty of assault another, she held to both and leapedon i
BOO. Hopson was During the heavy electrical storm and had it not been for Chamberlain'sColic

With intent to murder, in the last Friday lightning played many to the cowcatcher, being lifted to Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy carry any insurance. How do you'kno.W:
place of Wert who ,
while Shirley and Ty- a safety by Jones '
., second degree, pranks out at the home of N. A. Pel- I could not have pow"blylived but a that it is ? ,
not .
., was riding on the front of the engine h "
I lies were found not gmltyJrhe few hours but thanks ,
lum near this place A bolt struck a longer, to this I ,
'.. '.. and whose heroic action saved her life. '
'
'.' Florida, Supreme Court has big tree on.which the fence was_ nailed, remedy, I am now well and strong." ',t _
The unhurt.
the down the fence several and young lady was Her umbrella For sale by all dealers.I111II11II11II. / R. Davis & k ,
held theblue sky law" regulating ran yards and change also came through Co., Insurance:::J
_
'sale of stock in companies to be,constitutional into a hog pen instantly killing a black without a scratch.-Lakeland News. _

A test 'was made by shoat that was in the pen. In a few _. +ftfiM ff..fff Slatkt, Florida f? .

;.. ,c. H. Taylor of Jacksonville, who was hours the hog had turned a bright red While returning by auto from Indian 'p ; '."

'} .t refused a permit. by the Comptrollerto and remained so until buried. {This, Springs Friday night, Sheriff Smith + A few railroad watches at + <,J

to sell stock of a certain company in said Mr. Pellnm, was a phenomenonthat and Deputy Joues saw a panther in + reduced prices at Miner's. + ,

t h; this state which had not complied with was hard for him to explain. After the road. The panther was just get- f ffff ,r'', ,
of the law. leaving the fence the bolt scattered # 11I11111111111 ff'Pff i
i L the stringent{ provisions -
ting ready to spring upon a hog be-

Jackson. to'a Vaughn charge, a of negro counterfeitingin pleadadffcflty -long lacdenny'1'imsesd over streak the cotton of cotton patch red in and its turned wake. the side automobile the road, when hit him.the headlight He lookedat of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED Bradford County .

the few seconds UNDER SECTION I OF CHAPTEXIBM.
e_ .the federal court in Jacksonville car a jumped LAWS OF FLORIDA.
f and ;was sentenced to the UniteStates The Gainesville Sun and Jasper ,along the road two or three times, and Notitt 'is hereby given that G. W. Ehamepurchuer ,
disappeared in the brush. Sheriff and of Tn Certificate No. 227, data I Abstract Company -
Ga News have both broken'the shackles ,
penitentiary in Atlanta, the lit day of July A. D.. 1/12, bur fik* \
for 'a term of two years. He was tf an ancient abuse,' and, followingthe deputy sheriff were not affected with -iel certificate in my office. and bu mar >> IV
application for tax deed to israe in accordance A record of
rimVing five dollar bin in Putnam the example of the Telegram, an- i I"panther ague, but neither' was fooling with law. Said certificate embrace the complete Bradford Comity l&id*

when. he was arrested. nounce that cards of thanks in those >: for game and the animal disappeared ford following described Florida property, to-wit situated in Brad 'Land Title Real Estate Inmtmea

._ - papers,hereafter must.go out of the j I before ,they had a chance to South county Half of NE Quarter: of- SW Quarter s

A total of 238 miles of good roads social courtesy column and be paid I I shoot.: Sheriff Smith, who was born Range Section Twenty-two Twenty-one.East Township Seven Sooth, I 3lli

were'built in Florida last year at cost for as other advertising. This sen.sible I in the northern part of Votusia county, The said land bung assessed at the date
more than according to of the fetaanee of soch certificate In the name
of $1,000,000, and who his fishing .
rule promises to spread to all I spent, younger days of C. A. Bhame. Unless said certificate shall

an official ,report just made public.Half the State papers, and, while it will' and hunting all over Florida, has be redeemed according Jaw tax deed will f : .
,issue thereon on the 24th day of Angnst. A.
the roads surfaced withsandclay o.r aid O.c1
of
were make some enemies at the start, it is seen a number of panthers, but, this I D. D. miWitness { .
857 miles ,with marl or that will Was the only one he has seen in my official signatore and seal this v Will more' than plea** nyou.
so obviously just ,everybody many Ste
the 20th day of July A. 0.111. Estimates given a '
crushed= stone and of the remainder The panther is perhaps the W. T. WEEKS
recognize it as such in a abort timeand'another years. I i cheerfully Prompt Mrrice. #
.
miles constructed of Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County Fla. ,
were
eighty-five imposition on,the patient I I largest of the cat family, a full grown I By B. A. WEEKS .
brkk 11 animal ten feet from of Seal) Deputy Clerk. w. Pay PuHI PMS {
: t*ye. editor will have passed to the limbo of being tip nose 724fitNOTICE charge. OM War.JKWELRT. : .

; 'J ti J. B. Priest of the Fort McCoy innocuous desuetude.-Lakeland News J I i to tip of tail, and weighing from 250 I DIAMOXMOYELTTE

i.l I 'section toJd'tIOulud dollars' worth J I to 300 rounds. Forty years ago there > 'y j /
Mr. B. H. Gray who lives few.' OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEUNDER
a
of them in the woods of
of wool,;'sheared,from his' herd of I were many R. J., RILES
miles south of town' Medulla SECTION I OF CHAPTER
near ,
sheep'this spring; These sheep pas- Velusla county.-DeLand News. ( 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA.' JswkaaTtne Eta., %it
: r the was trby lightning' Sunday, af- Notices hereby given that Joseph....,
tore themselves woods
on range enI oD'abo t 1:30 and. received injuries St. Augustine Fla.-Reporting that pothaser of Tax Certificate No. S. dated r
sad are praetieafy.no expense. If j the lit day of July A. D. ItlZ has tied ,
which though not thought fatal the War Department has decided to laid certificate in my office and has,made
they are property..handled the revenue I application for tax deed to issue in aceord- 'i
will result in him purchase his invention and also
being to
h from lamb and mutton sold in the con- (|vice with Ja..- Said certificate embrace* the :4
fined to' his home for 'a week or ten purchase from him the patents_secured \ local market is considerable and well 'ford county. Florida town: _
days. At the time the bolt struck, Mr. upon it in eight foreign nations,{ West Half of SE Quarter. Section Thirty ,
worth while. Star. .
: -Ocala I.i' Three Township FOOT, South Range Nine "Old Heidelberg,By --Means", \
+ I Gray was coming out of his barn Herman Foxe Davis, the youngFlor- J teen. EastThe ,

1.1 Within the next thirty days it is ex. door., The lightning .first. crashed ida inventor, arrived home yesterday y said land being assessed at the date

,;. .petted that not less than 150 Hungarian through a board and then struck Mr. I'I afternoon. His aerial bomb passed all rat of the Unknown.issuance of Unless such certificate said certificate in the name shaD ORDER YOUR .BOTTLED BEER FROM US ,

" families wffl reach Florida Gray's head, going'' around his hat, :tests. It required several weeks hardIwork i be redeemed according to law tax deed will :-- '
' tone thereon the 24th day,of Augusta A-
from the Central West to settle in De- down his face and body and comingout |j in Washington to win success \ D. H14. on U OLD HEIDELBERG. <: -

: ,Soto, county. Arrangements have through one of his shoes leav- I but ):e has won. Now it is just a (the Wim1IIJ'15th day of official July. signature A. IX. llli.and sal this In Dark Bottles | '

a been made for the transportation of ing barns wherever ,it touched. Mr. i"question of waiting for the necessary W. T. WEEKS. A genuine old style German is ,
a
V.et
(\the Hungarian colony which will occupy Gray was thrown to the ground by !red tape to unwind and the young in- 'Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford B. A. WEEKS.County FJa.By pleasure to drink. Made from pure joalt and i y

,I '' three thousand acres of land the shock and,was picked up by his lventor I will receive his reward. He ;
1 whkh they ,recently purchased. The family unconscious, although with left today for Atlantic Beach for a-7-24-St. your, money can buy. 'i j ;

,land' is, located on the Kissimmee a liberal use of water and stimulants rest, as his stay in the national capi-(' 1 dozen I-.----------...- : 11.00

:, River, across from the Bassenger in he was brought back to consciousness.I I tal was strenuous. Through the efforts IT.(SOUTHERN:8. WSTRICT DISTRICT COURT.OF FLORIDA., 3 dozen ---_-_____.42.75 ,

,.DeSoto:county. A physician was summoned and we of Congressman Frank Clark la the matter,of Hampton Furniture and 10 dozen cask -----__.._____..$$&40
j Hardware Company J. L Green B. Y. and '
are glad to note that he is consider and Senator Duncan U. Fletcher, Mr.< W. T. Saxon. Bankrupt No. 11JS. BLUE GRASS.tF\ [f "

a Thigh Ware and several other SportS- ably improved today although complaining -1,Davis was able to gain the ear of On In the this matter the 17th of day petition of July.for final A. D.discharge.1914. on A high grade bottled beer that at-wti. gives. "

't ,men left town last Friday morning to considerably of his injuries.''the high officials. He presented the i reading the foregoing petition, it is ordered satisfaction and a favorite amongst those\ w4 <
: kul ti bear. After spending that day 'II by the court that a hearing he had noon the want an extra pale beer. Try it. f .,01, ,
-Lakeland News. merits of his invention and finally was the 17th day of August A. D. 1914.
and night at Grassy creek Mr. Wear' same on in saM district 1 dozen .... ....|_ .
called before: the army board. There 'br'ore said court at Jacktonrille. jr. ------ --- S'AO' -

'>err espied! a bear and the consequence is! Major ,George ,Butler, late editorof he underwent a grilling he will not notice, at thereof ten o'clock be published in the forenoon in the Bradford and that ::I- 3 dozen .----.______.__._, _.,:.t': *' '

;that, Mr. Bear's head is now 'being I the Inverness Chronicle, who but he knew his invention Coontv Telegranh. a newspaper printed in I 10 dozen eastHLRNER'S__________
., soon, forget, ln.so'
,
district and that all known ered ton aid
mounted said
at the taxidermist's and will gave that paper wide reputation because ', and was able to reply promptlyto other persons in interest may appear at said SPECIAL 1t.A 1t.[

ti # :later be on display at Mr. :Wear's real of his excellent local work, every question, propounded by the j time have and why place the and prayer show of aIR said if petitioners any they good eitra pale beer that is j'eE

4 ,estate office. The bear weighed four "dropped in" on the Telegram force experts. The, examination was satisfactory should not be granted. ? than the price' asked. We do .-U' rth more ;
.hundred pounds. The hide was given today and got a cordial welcome. And it is further ordered by the court thatthe on this brand and yon will fir / lit
I to the government and he clerk shall send by mail to all known 1' = it t tOf'test
on
to W. Lacey Boyd who will have seine The Major is a veteran who has informed that it will be taken. creditors notice of said pet'tion and this order the, market for the price | y

k' Bade Into a rug.-Po1k Record worn the harness for was addressed to them at their places of restY 1 dozen -----.,.--_. \ '
County many years While in Washington Villa's representative .dense u atated. -. ft
with very little rest, and he says I WITNESS the Honorable Rhydon M. Cat 5 dozen -.--------. -HT T'lUS
; Regular officers called upon him and en- Jud-e of th> said court and the seal then** '
f >lumped; at army Black Point recently en- that he is now a citizen of the world deavored to buy the Mexican rights at JfVrnnville. in laid district on the ITti 10 dozen cask ---- _::==_::t::$7.00'AU : '
J the
i. on St without of July A. D. 1914. :
local day
;1.J\ ;Johns river, declare that Florida has habitation and he pro- in order that the invention might< be EUGENE D. DODGE.trae prices F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida, When year orpn, stets'
poses to go a-fishing and stay on the a copy. Clerk.7.24lt whether to ship by Freight or L.hen "
; aa ideal location used by the Constitutionalist in the you order tMtJe bear
;'t } for
} concentrating job until he gets tired. If some shipped ly Express they will return e pty bottles free ?
.4 troops: when this should be expected attack upon Mexico Ct" ct dar"e. : ;
if : : necessary wee\rly paper in Florida wants a I Seed them to us and we will allow yt',415 cents a'dozen. i :
J tislckeat
Congressman Clark 8..d Se"1atorFJetcber
',' c'tl er advisable from ,smPle'lS' ba th Busiaeu. Try UL
t any cause. ,The mighty fine local editor who NOTICE: OF ELECTION. j: ur
:t:. j '*en who took part in the summer also help out at the can advised against this. howrv- By the rower vested in them by the when; I Write for au big price list on all leading branfc 'of -ir.ell sad { ,
#. ifs;raaneu"ee i and drills all found case, the services er. and their advice was followed. 'laws of Florida the Board of Public Instroction 'tr7. ,
,....1' A things of Major Butler can probablye of Bradford county hereby onfcrs an
,v- ., -.trabIY suited for the purpose at Through Congressman Clark an a tt- :election held on the let day of w it '.' D 1 We handle tW foHsiwiac brands ot IULT JlE.ui '
PbrY secured by communicating with dienee was secured with Pres'dent t lulu at the following place for the pcrnow I -.beers' : 1
f. :: Pont The
and those who had Men | the twc rat '
for nevt SoDular'arar
hint He has friends in print shops I of electing three trustees JLALIUiA tea ,? ,the
in there Wilson-and as a result th-re prob- and to determine the amount of mfllageBronVer. Lent
: amp previously noted the im- all : hu w W sew per ant "arkefc Ln than z ,ed'tcliL
over Florida and we shall be gladto i'10 be.-H: A refnskia*. ass-inWsitatiag drink and
t1; .J"e nents that have r*-n made since ablv isn't a more ardent Wilson r"a n lesneeton of Election: John Xa4 that complies aD ;
3w the
sckl
see him settled .. can any where without a witlj lawi- ,lilt ,
laic at a steady job in Florida than Dr. Lamb a *. B j ... 'A : lF
Times-Union. today Mr. Davis. The 0. license. gsed busat drink and a thing for the.A
I the hot.....
fiI 4 again after he catches all tie fish be .... SCHELL. Secretary. money water far the ,cold drink .,{ s n.
:.1'/ft invention has been mentioned sv al ;July 10-4t. pour wbi aop drink f
,. For'freaks of nature G. W. Bass wants. The Muter has a golden tires in the news columns ft the 1J ... -'Lt. J.... -
d' -1-i-ru.
; : ... a SMcinten at his home heart and has been helping other I I its IUI I dare __ t
NOTICE.TV
.1 on North Metropolis. It is an aerial bomb e'f-- ... 11 ; ...1.11
.., oeonle all hooka for the tows of I It ... :
Vf'n street h : his line and r-tstrarian cask .. :,
EUinm some
recipro-
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; that 1.SI
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at"tiolL nmre sd. which can bo set to 40 at : i ,tnti at." Lest Saturday raorna cation would probably wipe in handy an" deMtmated )-f'"bt over arw 1e- 'pJoetora to the Secondfor! gaathe dy to Aagcst.Regartration HURLER, BROTHERS
: for bin : at QruTky's Jumln n'l'll. ,
1911.
a calf was born with the Jstinett. I'ow.-'Lakeland Telegram. sirrat spot within a f...w ri'e tWeafhing c A. FU"rCR P.O. Box 793 2i<:25._Riverside Ave. i t :
; .. bind of a noD on the right Officer for the Town of Starke. JackI>O"iI ,:t..... x
.. ear Three a 'd:=at enV* in a'- T with a a point over.the snot + "" t -
d a -- -
rt ; jwajlow'fork on the loft ear. wire ton temporarily on exhibition trivance causes the vas bas to -I- NOTICE OF TAX EQUAU\TIO -
: 1lr pees l>as been in the in Notice is hereby given that the bard of ; --- -
: cattle bul front of lapse and the Ivddi-' othar h1"eTTjloyive "
the Red Cross Pharma,., or s4irrmen and the tax assessor of the Town M ;
I '
..,r. f the part forty vear and this carried ** will be in session at the eoonel eH.m- -
.J collected interested crowds of will bo dronnM t ) Start! now To Ghv Ootalae To Qr ldrea.FUILUElefittndt.iakcure .
\ :I.' passersby August !. 1914. and eontraue!
\ 1 ; ,deuartTe from the| fearful effect. Mr.- Dans is >"t 94 her lleeday of hearing No. 666
L ferdmeryfa I Saturday afternoon. The erbs.about 'turn are' to day. for the I'VPOH rfvea to sa 3
-'; 3 r.l : mature that ** hus'ever'{ six months old years of ae. He is a l"v st'rd."tthe : lilt ompaht and receiving testimony personal U to 'the u imprwedQritin. lTaateleat8ynp.nieas.I .
sand real or lilt to tike
04Me
weighing
pmperty disturb
0'
?+e any tile
11l The calf is,at the r-ome of around seven poin-d?. fi-o State University at Gainesri'V, 1F1a. 5-id s by the tax a. nsor of said.town, and fornf'rdi1tr. Cbeldeet tike R Ltd new know it to stomach Qandne. This is g -
aTi .'iBas5 I ,' where 'the u"j I were Sorenseeimera .,raising and f'qUalwac the aaeiel Also ccpeaaUr arieKed to Mail who cannot for MALA RIAprecraCk'r ,
rli !_ : "bbJe. I of the semi-tropical 1 (r.t of **'* Town of Starke for.the year 1914.Cbairvan I Ireq lake ordinary Qmine.Deft* mat Mueat*nor' Five or tix t; 4. yC1cA: .. .
'.' .s 6be s.I"\--AJ wild-I 4 canse if nn smss"'ilntisi. "" will brf6k
: ee'i' byJaor Try
t t"r. : Mir, hd glossy 16 : l .. rwlJlellud. 't if rake coy sed
gray and &'s. \TrllZWS. It i tbeaeg/ poe ea4forfcvneeeTT rhea at a tcr }% .
the
I Io Pet for
: ', our prices printing and we Ask pvT. 'mum. er"iU trot '
t! black Board AldCrta. 1 .
coats and Tie -aett
mime
j! light agate eyes. The will get your orders., Acted: c. A.Fitch. Clerk 'I .'iniis da ja IaeWe. SS cau.,j I CaJamd ao.f does on 1hl'JiyH'I: t part ,
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F ut rAGB'FOUR" THE BI .ADFORD'.COUNTY'TELEGRAPH. Yn1
} 1 TODAY JULY 31st; )

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: TO" *YOU,."lIB.':\'MERCHANT. NEXT! ...++ lllf 1111'1'11 i.......I .........,.. ....................... ..,.e.f......!. >i-
"Have iou ever stopped to consider General Hnerta, man of bloodand, "

: the '.fact that yon are selling eert + KAUSTINE/PRIVATE SEWAGE #;

; t lines of good,that are handled by presidency + DISPOSAL. SYSTEM. + I Progressive Business Firms In staI:

big mail .order-houses, of the country? And .the world .waits for the next + #
; "
6 Have you ever stopped to consider chapter in this drama of blood, strife. +++++ 11111111111 ++.... .

I that the manufacturers of these goods and destruction. The real 'solution of-'the sewage ; | Readers of the Telegraph: .will find; ,it to the" _

k are advertising' them heavily in the Who'.will, be the next "patriot" to problem.< This system is approved bya '.
advantage to trade with "
o- magazines, farm journals and other despoil his people of the few crumbs great many colleges and universitiesall _the.firms represented .

: publications of general< circulation? left,to them! over the country. Below is one of ; in this directory.x .

i Have you ever 'stopped to consider When will the next revolution break the many endorsements of the Eaus- ....

r IJ ; that these,-publications derive a. considerable out and drench this stricken land with tine System: .................. .......4..

,',0 amount of their income from the little blood that remains?
..; Thousands Accommodated-Perfectly ................N....N
the advertisements of mail order Some there who
11 con- are fondly believeth Sanitary. x t I :

cerns? t peace is at hand. But thee wish Marshalltown, Ia., Sept. 30, 1912. READ ESTATE. EURxrrURE.I >

Have,you ,stopped,to consider that is apt to be father to.the thought. To Whom It May Concern ,
the mail order house is the deadly Certainly a new government will be We, the undersigned exhibitors at .......................... .......D14- 1 ,,

,' : I' ..,y of the local retail dealer? set up by the Constitutionalists, anda the Marshal County Fair, take pleasure .......................... !

., Have you stopped to consider that semblance of peace may prevail fora in stating that the public installation .

; the mail order house is steadily and time. But it will not last, because of seven Sanitary Chemical COMER L. PEEK 'FURNITURE #;:
2 t *. r
L persistently encroaching on your ter- there will' be no restraining hand to Closets in our Merchants' ExhibitionHall Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything ,
: ritory-drawing the home business give.it else
stability.
.
,proved the efficiency'of this an- plight. want '
> y away from you? There are not offices enough to go tiseptic' system under severe condi *. Timber Expert. ,

Have' you stopped to consider that round, and it will be but a question of tions. Several thousand people were g 'SSTOPAk '&' -' '
; 33 years Experience at Starke. ?
I many traveling men boast of the time when some hungry chieftain who accomodated daily during the fair and {-

: large sums of money their firms spendin has been denied his place at the crib the closets remained free from odor - H. .......t
: advertising their goods in the farm will raise I
again the standard of re and perfectly sanitary. ............ -
.............. H 1 1 f1NN
journals, magazines, etc.? volt and pillage. (Signed) ,

?-I Have you stopped to consider that It will be but another:chapter in the ABBOTT ft: SON. NOTIONS.MMMMM '. DENTISTS

p; this advertising they boast of is a old, old story of Mexico's shame-and D. WILBUR FURNITURE CO. 4 !

direct benefit to the mail order house, ours-for we, a great and mighty pea BERT EVERIST WALL PAPER CO. .. .MM.MMM.. N ,W

and therefore a detriment to you? I ple, sit idly by while a sister nation H. WILLARD. SON ft: CO. .
it I BENDLAGE HARDWARE CO.LErrs. -V .
t ; Have you stopped to consider that writhes in the throes of self destruc- FLETCHER CO. Why is it that when you are 0 DR. U. G. TURNER '?

you, Mr. Merchant, have the remedyfor tion. THE LENNOX FURNACE CO.' in need of Notions, Ladies 4 '

this evil in your hands, and thatit QUICK ACTION RANGE CO. ReadytoWear1000I, Shoes, 0 DENTIST

is as simple as A, B, C? MILLIONS IN THIEVERY. MARSHALL OIL CO. Novelties, Etc., you generally 0

I If you are interested just telephonethis High finance is on a climb.. Unlessa C.CHARLES A. BUCHWALD H. WHITEHEAD.LUMBER CO. e* go toSTUMPS .. e 0 Edwards Building

: office and we will send an experienced sudden check is administered thereis OLD RELIABLE DRUG CO.TUFFREE'S e There's A Reason." Upstahs 1MM
l' no telling where it will end. : over Post Office
.'. man to assist you in placingthe MUSIC HOUSE. :.
And present day high finance is McCARTEN PLUMBING CO.
r' Ii remedy before you-a remedy' that LUMBER & SUPPLY CO +MM+MMM.............. .
QUIGLEY
nine-tenths thievery.
will not cost'you nothing. .....
is The looting of the New Haven road State 'Agents DRY GOODS.MMMMMMMMMMMM.

,3: .I CARRANZA' VILLA AND OTHERS. which has called forth a scathing denunciation STARKE, FLORIDA.7311t. .. ; irRIm'L'iG $

i ''L Peace has been officially declared in from the Interstate Commerce t .,
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--- ........4BRADFORD
.
t l Mexico and the world awaits the next Commission is but a drop in the _
.
'I bucket of dishonesty-and the 0000006 ,
bucketis
i. move.
; RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. J. W. MORGAN *
t ; Carranza will march the of without a lid. And yet the New Z "
army
; Lakeside Grove, No. 104, Woodmen Headquarters for COUNTY'
;: N revolt into the capital and proceed to Haven was plundered of $60,000,000to Circle, Lake Butler, Fla. Ladles Ready-to-Wear Goods, 9 '. TELEGRAPH

based $90,000,000. Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. COMMERCIAL PRINTING r
form
.J a new governmept upon of 3 1914 our ; -
On the morning July ,
the constitution and the doctrine of When governments wink at high finance esteemed sovereign uu, $
'j much beloved and .
L: faith of the_constitutionalists. thieves they deal a body blow Mallie Rivers, departed; our midst to
'
.: / Carranza, Villa and others will ex- at honesty, put a premium upon steal the land from whence no one return- -. -, ., .. .. +
't<
"" pound the faith. ing. And our government for years '
g 't'of
The faith will be mainly what.Villa has allowed these financial crooks to eth.As

: : decrees. steal and plunder under its very nose. her life submission was ever to lived her in Saviour'swill patientand f Flo" }
loving Nellie
.i": '' The voice of Carranza "and others" They stall millions and are immune so she clasped HisJiand and in King$5M ,

will be weak and of little avail, from punishment; while the poor man .
child-like faith, peacefully and gently
k:' Washington will "suggest," and the who sneaked a sack of flour spends l
'> into the great beyond. 1;
his days passed IS GOOD
suggestions will be courteously received rotting in jail
Whereas, our circle has learned
PERBAR't
Carranza to Villa There may be no law under
r :. by passed on which
and Chris
lessons of patience
3 I t and then promptly forgotten. these pirates ,may be punished, but many : ONLY RELAT f
tian fortitude from our sister and as :;
i
Because- congress has the power to make such
,
,
.tk1. it has pleased the Supreme Architectof
<\ '>> Villa is the backbone of the revolu laws. But if congress sits tight, looks i
: her from
the universe to remove
} tion. wise, talks eloquently and does noth

1 r J>a- Carranza has furnished the .whir ing, then congress by its supinenessand our midst, and, relations \ A. Andrews 1
Whereas, the intimate
t .J'', kers, but Villa has snplied the brains,! assininity becomes an accessory long held by our deceased sister with MercantiIeCUvIF
r- the courage and the power to execute. to the wholesale plundering of millions
1 I Carranza has rested peacefully in of helpless people. the members of this circle renders it : . :
> that we should place on recordour
the shade, while Villa has won battles Yes, there are fabulous riches in proper "
I appreciation of her service as, a you want nice harness, 'i
in the heat of the thievery-and crumbs
I blazing sun. for the honestman.
of Carranza has talked loudly, while true sovereign and her merits as a A good, collar, or any piece of harness 1;

''' wife and mother, therefore, COME TO SEE US's
,t Villa has
.! fought manfully. ,The ccmmittee appointed by the Be it resolved, that while we bow in IF you want nice custom made suits, -"
r ; Carranza has basked in the gloryof
r: ? ': da'I legislature to select the most suitable humble submission to the Most High : Tailor made suits, | ; '
; :i : being '"first chief, while Villa has
i : site for a prison farm recommended who doeth all things well, we none the Carroll Adams Shoes, I : E
j z thrashed the tar out of Huerta's army.
l !, Carranza is a high-born orator and Bradford county as having the most less mourn the loss of our sister, whohas A Stetson hat, :

; ..1. advantages in the way of fertile soil been called from her labors to A cheap hat- ; ;
a dreamer, while Villa is an ex-bandit
i t: and geographical location. Bradfordcounty rest, A nice range, _..1
and '
t (:;> a fighter. the has the best soil in the state Resolved, that in the death of this COME TO SEE.VS j
is head of the revolu
Carranza
t i:. of Florida. member Lakeside Grove loses one who IF you want to sell your eggs at 20 cents, per dozen, 4
tion, but Villa is its teeth and claws.Carran7.a .
.f has always been zealous and activein Your chickens at a fancy price, > ;

>: may be the next president I Should Florida raise more cattle? her work as a sovereign, ever read Your cotton at the best pricey ; i

., : but Villa will be the power which will Packers say New Yorkers will be pay to, succor the needy and distressed, COME, TO EE Us.. !]
Y..: make or unmake him. ing 50 cents a pound for steak IF want nice stove ;
.. by prompt in service and devoted to every you a .
', Carranza may be a tower of Christmas, and that means that,the good cause, endeared her not only Cooking utensils ;'

.1; strength in the new order of things, price will be nearly as high every to the members of the circle but to COME TO SEE US.. .f'
\ ;\- i, but Villa will be the base upon whichit where else. Start
; ; a herd of cattle. all who knew her. IF you want calico ..tI cents per yard,; x
rests. @ :
,: Roosevelt can kill two birds with' Resolved, that .the members of this Nice ginghams, *
: A house without a foundation will '
Ladies to
ready wear goods
circle tender their heartfelt sympathyto _
soon fall, and Carranza without Villa one stone by becoming a candidate for the bereaved family and relatives Fancy ribbons and laces- i, ; t,,r..',
:" could not sustain the weight of his governor inuNew York. Such a course
COME TO SEE US.i
wiU eliminate him and Bill Sulzer of the deceased in this their sad afflic .
whiskers.
own IF you want cheap furniture, i

'' .. For Villa, bandit, is a man of from American politics, a consumma tion.Resolved Bed springs at $1.50 per.pair. : .
that'these resolutions be
: t' tion devoutly to be-wished. ,
f deedsthe strongest aim in the r e- Sewing machines'f
I
entered on the minutes of the grove, !
public. Woman in South Florida COME TO SEE US. r I
t adopted a copy sent to the parents and husband
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r is Mexico '
Villa today. trousers and a man's name, and voted and one be furnished to each of IF you want a new buggy, ''\.

w } SWAT THE FLY. for several years. She also-died in the local papers for publication.SOV. A pair of good mules, ,: '.

!> i Remember the old adage: "An the poorhouse.-Times-Union:' Manya LEAH RIHERD, Wagon harness, -
Horse and mule collars '
.r ounce of prevention is worth a poundof woman adopts a man's name and SOV. JENNIE DELL, -

:.;:f> cure," and swat the fly. If the insidious dies in the poor house. SOV. RUBY DRIGGERS, IFVc COME, TO SEE US.. l
want prices on fancy groceries ;
,
ft. little insect that yearly causesdepletion Committee.
Republicans point to idle mines Good green coffee 7 pounds for '
in the rankS of good
a
$1.00COME
and factories as signs of business de TRY TO DO RIGHT. TO SEE US. ;
: healthy American citizens by its
(.'';: I bility and capacity for carrying caps disease pression and Democrats can attentionto Do what you have to do with a will, IF YOU WANT ANYTHING AT ANY TIME- i

fl i; were swatted its ini new industries and increased activity Be at it on level and on hill; COME TO SEE US. ;
: germs upon
tial in the homes in many lines of business as There's nothing like keeping at it, WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS IN R i IFORD '
: appearance every '
proofs of prosperity. time AT THE BRICK STORE.
Every hit it-whack it.
I you
,/. : spring we would soon have normal $

t .,...,. : ( health conditions once more as in the The Indiana man who inherited I'! '}
..to .'; days of our forefathers.. $7,000,000 and hired five friends at an Be at it now and always, -+ -

True, there are many other sourcesfor annual salary of $5,000 each to help Thru all the unnumbered days; ;

disease be carried besides the him spend it, could have found effi Making the best of each hour, : A. D. Andrews Mercati1e Co i i'

fly, but he is the chief one and right cient help much cheaper down this Thereby gaining your power.

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now is the time to wage war cpon way. t t

him. At this time of the year the <$> \ Never give up, always hitting it, Raiford. FloridaJ
Reformers are giving their undivided I Chewing instead of biting it
k eggs are being laid,whereby millions ; .
more will be hatched out by summar. attention to the drink evil and the Show for what you were created, -4----_. .

If[ they are killed at this stage the drug evil, ten times worse than the Let all your work be divinely per-

benefit gained is many fold greater liquor curse', is assuming alarming meated. 00000000.00.000000.0

than the same slaughter a month proportions. Swat the drug curse. H. c. ficiGeDeraltaraoce

I later. Try to make the best of each :
Charley Jones expressed some opinions way, : BISCAYNE PRODUCE CO.
I Doing and proving what ; *
about heaven last week. What you say; '
home See that in the walkS in front of your the deuce does' he know about heaven Always being silent sincere and true, : MIAMI FLA. : .. t '
) are good order. Then when
Do this you'll a better life construe.
?-Pensacola Journal ; .
Nothing and
: .
our good citizens
are returning home
at never will know anything about it Jt I represent none rbnt FIBST-OLASt
night they will not
walk as if they Look on the bright side of life, Solicits Consignments | l W
had been companies and wI be constantly on
imbibing too
freely. If asks'
anybody
you to buy stock ina It'll help you in your strife; .

rv ;' How's radium mine or a gold mine'or any If you seem to be cast down, ofVegetablesCanta- | alert to promote our interests,

lIT : We I*= This : old mine, ask him if he.has a license ,Just smile, and don't frown. witee courteous trUtoent! to all
offer
One Hundred Dollars Melons |
Reward from the state loupes and
for any case of Catarrh that stock comptroller to sell said f A well written policy by a ffret4ld
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cannot. be cured ',by Hairs Catarrh and make him show it Try to improve your work each day,I e agent In a first-cka company sometime
: Cars $ As it will aid you here to stay 0
Remember ;
the Sabbath day, etc. means much In caw of loubljM
F. J.C A.llirUIiX'* CO.Toledo, 0. Don't be jroat-headed weak
: The Austin (Tex.) baseball or :
W, the team will i BiscayneProduceCo
Cheerer= tot nndenlciwd.the last >6.7 an.TSluUw remember the Sabbath on which they Some of Life's joys may leak.C. & C.; RICHARlJj Sarke.(
him pcrocuy Bonofaolo In all tmalima C. SCAFF. 0A .
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: tr aaa tUma and finaadafly won a game after losing thirty games
) oat any cbBraaonamada ibhv arm.' in succession. 0000000000000000 Whenever YOU Keeil a Oeural11Take
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NATIONAL BANK OP COMMERCE; Miss Margaret Mozo, interesting, | imve's : % .

j a Toledo, a London militant ,.suffragettes know little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hartridge, of The Old SUnd4ia; .Grove'schill ?tud.
HalTi Catarrh' Cnt* fa takes Intenttnr the way to a man's.heart \.fooO. of Jacksonville, arrived here I Tonic is equally valnablUiWGeneral s
cttng airecuy upon the Wood aMmiT is through i Jacksonville, have rented the A. V. Tonic,because it contdni
COq nrfacea of the arstem. TeaUmonlal his stomach, so they adopted the !''1t. Friday to spend a few weeks I
; k F wi teen_yes burner.Ti Bol d of plan with her aunt Mrs. A. H. Freeman. Long cottage at Kingsley lake and I well known tonicpwpertiesofQUU"and
b kicking officers in
that IRON. action 1- .
part of the It the Lint,
II will take their residence' there
.,1.... : 8alnaIa1U 1msfnseoaati...... anatomy, up I out Malaria, Enr1 ; Read .the : for .
z"";,,1 Telegraph a year. Monday a few leeeks.4f. Bofldanp the Whale System. ,SO r

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1DAY P JULY...--- ,, ::311t,"- > ''tIlL. THE BRADFORDCOUNTY"TELEGRAPI _ .1 _, ,PAGEF, l '::.. _
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Misses Katie and Nellie Turner, of Mrs..L. A. Reynolds, of Tampa, ii .

H" 'Co1e nan, are spending the summer spending a week here with her mother,I' .

'with their grandparents, Mr.'and Mrs. Mrs. Elizabeth Johns,whie on her way -

: : of LocalInformation W, T.Turner, at New River. to Mt Airy, N. C, for the benefit of :.,

Bits her heath. 1 : ;

Mr. L. C. Powell and son, John,and I LANE'iSSTARKE ;

Jr Miss Etta Tison will leave next'Monday Express Agent A. 'P. Hoffmaifnas'

: for a visit with relatives at Hot planned his sunnier vacation, which i

Springs N. C will begin tomorrow. Mr. J.J.Thomas -
Cwsr 0. lraefti laeisau TMr {
41 f ... ... will handle the booze and FLORIDAREDUCTIONS
Fl....... .. c.-. 2" packages \
The lower limbs of the shade treeson other express business during the absence 'i'

Walnut street are being trimmed of Mr. Hoffman.Mr. I '\ -
I-- '--'. I' -I -I,this i week and the appearance of ,the r

Leviton'a.t Hiss' Agnes Gardiner is visiting the street is being (i '
{ p nd gioghama at much improved.' M. Bennett and Mrs. M. '
.
Misses Rivers at Worthington Springsfor Leviton were called to Alexanders- IN MILLINERY

;Lewis H. Bin,of Lawtey,was a two weeks. I I' Big Ben rings on time., You will ville, Ga., Tuesday by the serious ill- 4
.t.; ,him at U. D. Miner also of their 'i
visitor to Starke Tuesday. a big ness father, Mr. J. J. Bennett.
County Treasurer F. N. Andrews, line of jewelry, railroad watches and They arrived at Aleranderville Tuesday To make room for the fall miljinery everything -
jt of Lake Butler, was in Starke on official -
$1.00 watches. .
, Dr. J. M.:Mitchell was a visitor to evening, but Mr. Bennett died i 1
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Jacksonville Wednesday. business Monday. I We Tuesday morning. in summer,hats at cost. ]r r: x
, ? are offering a limited amount of
; Mr. B. R. Witkovski and family our 50 cent men's dress shirts at 39 _. .
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of Palatka, was I The Woman's Christian
C.Cochrane, TemperanceUnion
: F.
)lr moved into their new bungalow on cents They will not last long, onlya -
Monday. will, hold its Ribbons Staple and Novelty
,,ia Starke on business West Madison street Monday. few sizes. Hull's Department Store. business regular literaryand Designs. ;|;
meeting at the Methodist

!rs. R. S. Johns visited her parents Beginning Saturday, 9:30 A. M, i church next Monday afternoon at ;
Mr. P. M. Padgett, of Raiford, was
, : at New River this week. in Starke Saturday after county con- win give a valuable present to the 3:30 o'eloe1iSqbjec. -Scientific Temperance ,, SILKS CREPES LINENS 1
, i first one hundred ladies entering my Teaching. All members are
, Mr. T. E. Bridges, of Ocala. was inStarke victs to work in his camp. store. You don't have to buy any- urged to attend; also to pray for Victory -

on business Saturday. Mrs. Joe Hill Williams has return thing. These presents are free. Mrs.B. in Calhoun county at the'wet and l
B. Hopson. dry.election on Aug. 11th. i Fancy Neckwear and Notions r:
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in visit with her motherat -
,Mr. A.'C. Hall,of Hampton, was ed home from a t 4

Starke on business Friday. DeLand.A A few dozen men's regular $1.00 Mr. W. H. Caldwell returned Friday I -

dress shirts at 79 e nts. A few sizes. from a visit to his family at East I -

.For: dry goods---Leviton.1)r. ----. few boys 50 cent dress shirts at Men's regular $1.25 and 1.50'goingat Point Ga. He left early in the week Orders taken for embroidery or fancy :w rk.
----- A limited amount of
; : L J. Adams was in Jacksonville 39 these.cents.Hull's very Department Store. 89 cents. Hull's Department Store. for Fort Pierce', where Smith & Watson I j: S
1 business Tuesday. have the contract for building "See,Samples.
on
Be one of the one hundred ladies to. Mr. Walter Connelly, a well-known the 'new school house at that point.

: 'When you want sugar, call phone visit Mrs.: Hopson's store next Satur-, newspaper man of Jacksonville, who During his absence Mr. Phillips, of X)00000000000< )OOOOOOOOO Oit
'l-24-2t. is in the real
I'I now estate business
was
I No. 26. day. A valuable present awaits you., Jacksonville, will be in charge of the
a visitor to Starke Wednesday. .
{ work on the Starke school house.
of Hampton
Mr. Cornelius Young, All grades of lumber, sash, doors' x
1 !was i visitor to Starke Friday., paints, and in fact, everything foi We have a new shipment of chairs, Our attention has been called to the :. ';
j safes, beds, mattresses, etc. Pricesare THE
almost condition of the COLLEGE OF LAWJOHN
impassable
home to :
1 Mr. DeWitt C. Jones was in-Jack- building and improving. your reasonable.
Inspection will
very
Lumber & ; Hampton road where it approachesthe
had at the Quigley
be
r. ;'sonviDe on business Thursday. Supply. Co. convince you. H U's DepartmentStore. bridge south of Starke. In wet B. STETSON UNIVERSITY, DeUnd,, Fla "

]I Mr. W. E. Wainright, of Hampton, weather automobiles can hardly pass Offers a two year and a of
I wax' visitor to Starke Monday. Miss Florence Canova will have asher I this point. Another bad stretch of study leading to the ele&i.e B. It to i
a Captain U. G. Turner has tendered
the oldest and best ia Florida. It baa :
\
i guest next week Miss Lois Tisona t road is reported on the road to Green large body of successful a '}
his resignation as commander of Co. ahnnnt. Special emphasis '
businessI
Mr. J. M. Turby made a little miss of Trenton, Fla. [ placed on Florida Pleading and Praetke. .j
charming tAY
t Cove, about two miles from Starke. -, L. A''w
I trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. "E, N. G. F., and Lieut. 0. W. Al- : Its graduates admitted to practice with- +,
Hon. A. V. Long will leave next varez has been placed temporarily in oat further examination. Faculty; law buildin& i
,
i Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dover moved to law library, eoame of study 1IJta arp ae4. .i
: |Ir, Carl Prevatt of Lawtey, was Tuesday for a vacation and a rest of command.Our Hampton Tuesday. Mr. Dover has I Fall term begins Sept. 25. Send for announce-,
mat for 1914-15
l.in Starke on business Saturday. three weeks at Hot Springs, Ark. August Special Prices are wor- been unfortunate in his business af-

; SOMME Have your house The street committee of the city thy of inspection. We are afraid to fairs lately and was forced into bank- .

ened- Jones', Hardware. prices here. It's liable to ruptcy. He was conducting a stationery .
.a. council is having Cherry street graded name give
\\rs of them heart failure. S. store in Starke that would be a r -
L. 'and rolled this'week.. some Jay /
}Born Mr. 'and Mrs. James I '
to
| Brown. 7-31-lt credit to a much larger town and his I
Sflox, Saturday, July 25, a.girL' Miss Mildred RobbinS is the week many friends deplore the suspensionof i

!'i "'When you want anything in the ,end guest of Miss Fannie Darby at Mixed oats at $1.75, best green coffee his business. i Why is Our Store

7-24-2t : Kingsley lake. 2 pounds for 35 cents. All other
feed fane, call phone No. 26.
Rev. W. A. Ferrell and family ar-
groceries, hay and feed of all kinds,
1 l The palatable scuppernong grape is ,Mr. L. D. Register left Monday in proportion. Hull's DepartmentStore. rived .here from Perry Tuesday. As I The Most .

\r now. on the,local. market evening for a visit with his family at soon as their household goods come Popular
Fort Meade. they will occupy the Baptist parsonageon
I. !Mr. R. L. Phillips, of Gainesville, Mr. R. J. Turner, who has been serv- Walnut street Mr. Ferrell is the 1
visitor to StarkeSaturday.. Mr. Dan Boree returned to his ing customers at the Turner bakery Place
t, was a new pastor of the Starke Baptist Town ?
j '' break home in Wauchula after a visit of sev- for several weks, returned to his homeat church. This congregation has been In .

5 or-6 ,do /66Q Chills.will Price 25c.any eral. days- in Starke. New River Wednesday. His sis without a regular pastor for several .

ease of Fever or A beautiful effect'in inside decora- ter, Miss Carrie Turner, now has the months and the members gave the new = x

'1G.''T. W. Sweat is spending the. tion, produced by our fiat, soft-toned position of clerk at the bakery.Mr pastor and family a warm welcome "THERE'S A. REASON.?, ;J.i

Week: in Jacksonville with his son, T. Perfection Flat Paints, and Mission upon their arrival r'
and Mrs.J.M. Truby left (Thurs i
Sweat Lumber & Because We-Have What :
R You
St&ins-aU colorS-Quigley Want
day for Emlenton, Penn., where they I Sam Chandler, coloredwho owns a '
Mr. T. M. Hagan and daughter, of Supply Co. will visit relatives for several weks' 'small farm south of town, brought a

:Hampton, were visitors to Starke on Mrs. W. A. Colley and son, Carr, Later Mrs. Truby will go to Waynes- pumpkin to town Tuesday that At a Price You Want To Pay t- -

Koa ay. and little Lois left Monday .for a vflle, N. C., to visit her daughter, Mrs. weighed 74 pounds and placed it on .
James 'KnJian exhibition at the store of J. W. White
week's visit with relatives at Lawtey.
'Mr. T. R. Canova has been appoint- I & Son. Chandler says he has many Our customers all know this from experience. J

;ed a deputy sheriff by Sheriff S. B.'DlllNrL Mrs.A. H. Freeman and Miss Louise We have just received a few dozen more large pumpkins on his place.It .
men's blue suits from the fa- 'If you are one of the few who have not favoredus
Mattox attended the W. C.(T. U. dis- serge is said that Chandler brought in the

R r Townsend of Glen trict convention at High Springs last mous Merrimac mills. Before you buy first sweet potatoes that have been with
5 S. C. ( invite i
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s i Attorney week. that suit, come in and let us show youthese. your patronage, we you to try s,
business the local market this ,
St Mary was in Starke on placed on year.
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Hull's Store.
Saturday.- Mrs. A. L. von Kim left Thursdayfor Department It seems that anything will grow here when making your'next purchase. Then yoi),
1' .. Rev. W. A. Ferrell of has that will grow anywhere else.
can Newark, N. J. Later she will go Perry, like others
f"'WJaenoU want groceries, will KNOW WHY this store is ,the|
been elected of the Starke
'phone No. 26. 7-24-2t to the Catskill mountains in New as pastor *+++++++++++*+*+*+* :
) York. Baptist church and will occupy his + most popular.place in !! I
... at W.iton'e.i pulpit morning and evening next. Sun + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING town.'l
$ Bow about a suit made to your in- day. + ftfttf4WANTEDTobacco .:; ,
i t AJnerkan fence. If quality and not dividual measure. We have a man +++++++++++ h

eaantity counts, you will buy Ameri- When need pair of low shoes
that can give you a suit that will fit. you a ,
,"'eau fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. Hull's Department Store. do not forget that we have them and salesmen. Earn

"'.*.... will sell them at a reduced price in $100 monthly. Expenses. Experience
r'b, Ladies don't have to Just Advertise and LSTUMP'S
you buy. order that we may make room for unnecessary.
I a
j{ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Seals returned
in pay us a visit and receive a valuable our fall line. Hull's DepartmentStore. take orders from merchants' for Fi I
relatives
Soafcy from a visit to present, beginning 9:30 A. M, Satur- smoking and chewing tobacco, cigarettes -

k'.4-; 1CJIon. day. Mrs. B. B. Hopson. cigars, etc. Send a 2 cent --1 F S

k>.{:T..k' Argo returned.Tuesday KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEMFor stamp for full particulars. Hemet '
Mr. M. Leviton and moved
family
from i to relatives in Goodwater, home, stores and all public build- Tobacco Co, Now York, N. Y. 6510t "
a vtsjt "CASKETS
Ala, ,from the Chase house on West Call ings. Requires no running water, cesspool MENDn't COFFINS, ; :
street to the Hamp Jones cottage on And ahD Lbaeot .
connection. Approved
or sewer
t FOR SALE-At a bargain price, if '
)it and Mrs' Everett Miner, of Wau- Welnut street Monday.Mr. by Boards of Health. Cost less than I taken at once, horse, buggy and watt ntQ ..- Undertakers'Always Suppliia, !. ;.

eWt, are. in Starke on a visit this and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, Miss cess pool o; sewerage systems. For harness. Price less than cost of ea.e prUat dL.gaMz.a.rgaa*. Tkaaads *ts-*- on hand. The beet alit- 4-

,. rat, .. ;. Clara Hunt and Mr. L. T. Wynn visit- sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup- buggy alone. Also a good house re- be*" wrecked.f men..ha tile*. vice at the lowest prices. SI,8c l
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f JIn. Nora Osteen and mother, of ed relatives in Bushnell three days ply Co. ,frigerator. See Jay S. Brown. IWD.leet.ef IuIaace&all attention to Telegraph Orden. ; -

'Marine,. were visitors to Starke on last week. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Mixon are'visit- 7-24-2L Embalmed i

:v ,: ing relatives for two weeks in Gainesville i 606"AhIoJ1d. Registered -
; Mr. and Mrs.: R. R. Wynn, of Hampton FOR SALE-One mare, qualities ;\
Ga. Mr. J. L. Underhill has \.'
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-''Mr."J.T.; Wills, Jr., of Jacksonville, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley, charge of Mr. Mixon's business during perfect; buggy, one-horse wagon, e nbl. .! eratnetcd. eves dfaMwe bi aH. Dewnr c.. JONES
the of Mr. and Mrs; F. I treat we.kar..1 Me, %arie.
jot several days in Starke this were guests harriessMcLellan saddle, one-horse f
ftIe. BlMd ...
PoUM. Piles
the latter's absence.On Sea
I G C Limpta
:.i L< A. Scott at Kingsley" lake Sunday.,, cultivator and other plows. Will TIC DISEASES i iu u.ai'rrlrr& :, w to &: Co.S
witlM the knife. -
f' Wednesday afternoon, August sell in a lump at sacrifice price. J. I give SOS directly M. the blind Stoke, Fla. '
w:Mr. E. .T. Stewart, of Graham, Mrs. H. L..Barker, of Loughman, wtthM& CBttlng M deteaUoa Lena
5 at 3:30 o'clock the Methodist Mis- .Canova. 7-31-lt
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blunted- business in Starke Wed1lC /ftvho was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. B.... a. m. to .
sionery Society will meet at the home, C-p d swa ...netledI 1.>.--
S. Crews last week returned home
$?* WANTED-New land to plow at $4 '
of Mrs. J. W. White. Mrs. Witkovski -
One
Only "BROMO QUININE
; Saturday. Dr. Geo. L Dickersoa
No E. L.I'
per acre. job too big.
\ will be the leader. All the membersare
i:WflBe Sparkman returned on 111 WEST FOBSTTH STREET. TotcttlietraBiaeean for tall Basic.IJtXA.TIVBBROMOQUiaiSB. .
Ware Starke Fla. 7.24.21Read
..'Iy1rom. a. visit to relatives inflat' Save money in August. Fill your cordially invited to attend. I JACK80XTILLZ.(Sear Heard Baak, BUg.) B.w.. Cores a CoM. LookfotaigBatuieof 1m One Day. Stop. '. t i t
., mid-summer wants. We have the: FLOBIDA. coup and hradacbe. and work og cold." 15c. '
Miss Mabel Colley and brother, the TelegrapH1.50 a year.I
goods, the quality, and the come down i Telegraph, '1.50 per year. [tio ;
'::1st.* ft doses 666 will break any prices.-Jay S. Brown. 7-31-2L Drayton, left Sunday night for Mul- \ .t

-. .III'Ferer or-Cl hills Price 25c. berry, where they will spend a week
-Ar_:- Miss Bonita Burnsed has returned visiting their aunt, Mrs. S. E. Gib- .. ----C

. friends in Jacksonville Mrs. J. L. at Fort Meade fora
Mbm and Green Shirley, ,
want ham call
you a phone
1 .!!.; 7-24-2L Cove. week before returning. Y" t
-' '.ref4re 1 1"If

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L Mitchell is the week-end Mr. Roy V. Turner has sold his interest Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh and

'tlret.ad-; Hra E. S. Matthews at in the cigar and cold drink busi- two sons, Homer and Thomas, Mrs. '

i e. I ness to Mr. Guy Alvarez,,who is now W. H. Phillips and Mrs. C. N. Mflligan II I p ltaoro butoatlg-ifyoa CIRII't plfpard> forasbt : .

i'4t:!'.", w.e sole proprietor. of Moultrie, Ga., motored to Wil- a new quarter tftu&ir yu an a,mttkamft afadoryowotr,erntrckani ,' r
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I .yj-J, :i W.. Edwards spent a few liston Saturday for a visit with relatives -, or. pectalbt or saUman-cmg b-nurrvw magma std'tJ)5 .1! I
*H ttua week with friends at Kings-'I Mr. Joe Turner, of Richwood, Ga., Saturday and Sunday.Mr. ttfUhmtl tDttaitl* '.
anb Ii
towtf t
: ttcousse or ttsovnu. -- irIMl(1114I1. ,
and Miss Katie Turner -
.Jaa, of Coleman, ? ) '. .
,;-2f.")' Fhu, visited relatives in' Starke last W. J. Grant spent Sunday here : 1
::W..k a nice line of silverware- week. with bin wife and son, who have been

i '.;' and'clesiguat, U. D. Mr.J. M. DuBose and family are en- visitingCher. parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. 9Vouqj in lIIl1Xmk i is HOOT b \ .
0. Haynes. Mrs. Grant left for her
joying an outing of ten days at Loch- home in St. Augustine early in the ..
Y MeUkodist church observed loosa, where Mr. DuBose is in pursuitof week. ': !: .-
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t r Day;Sunday evening with the elusive finny tribe. /
exercises. Mr. Bruce Davis left Wednesdayfor iL i\ ,

Dr. Earl Biggs, of Green Cove, and Tampa, where he has
accepted
a ?
OiaBogj and daughter'Yaeptetof'I his brother-in-law, Mr. A. H. Harley,, position in the office of Bennett Land, tMaiic1 ,
: +wtey, were in of Lawtey : !
Y .i were, in Starke on busi- Jrn division engineer of the 'Seaboard ;-

+, } ness Monday. Air Line railway.
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i .. '.. :PAGE SIX: _' THE BRADFORD COUNTY'.TELEGRAPH. .FRIDAY" :JULY

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I >-:( .' NOTICE OF TAX! SALE ; (; t -. : -. I. ','..' .1 I

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st4. -# NOTICE HBBEBY_ GIVEN that the fODo described property will DM told at public :t
OWND ;
laattba one the rm n ptv -itifiiTCT, 1D1 iD,Ho. J J' PII'Florida.* e.ulpU.a .f Land '.. :ai OWNER Description" Land j a
Y $ .
F 'R aa'sanea thereof at will be necessary to par the amount due for taxes herein set opposite i H'

f k to< the;...... together with cost-ofsueh sale and advertising... :. .1 'i 111 :)! I a o Is


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,' ...-..' lot 1 section 31 and run W 171t yorthington Springs ...._..'yJ :.
: yards thence S 140 nrdl. T. W. BussellL. _1 lot fa NE corner of NEVi of
; !.. : "p.- ----B! .. .u t I f. I thence E 175 yards, thence N. 0' NEVi. section 32 Township 6 ,
t" 140 nrds to point ofbegin. Range 19, being 61 feet N and e
'ef Land : hs I r rt i ; 11 20 l
't ;._ : $. OWNER DescriptUn .O' 7 nine 6 I US S by 300 feet E and W il .
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.' Unknown Commenting: .t NE comer: of .
:II
I ..' '.:',, I NWy of NEB4 and run W 188.feet" A. Duncan..............SVi Worthington of lot 1 and Springs NVi lot I. i ?_ ,..f

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: : of
li8 feet thence S to right, Unknown ".., of svi of lot 10 t.- 20110 ;Ii
r 7 6
;._ ; .L.. l1.0. WQ of G. S. and F. railway W. P. Summer 'iEya of SW} : 21 zo Ji'
15
;L' want'. ---_AI1 SVi of NWU of SW 1 thence NW along laid right of Mrs. S. M. PerseU -NVi of lots 4.'I and 6 p;' 18 I 20 40

and SVi of SWVi lying sua. w.y to land of J. D. Cobb .... P. S. Denmark -fIlE% of NEy ._....._._s: i3; : 22 IO In
." .. 36 18 40 8543 I I
J .. W of Railway .. thene, N to point of beginning Unknown -_ _._....,SEy of SW% .,.,.... %0 40
... 22 4 19 40 2.92 : 23 I
,. 60ft NWV4 of NEVi .... in Lake Butler __ 11 1 10 UI 20 4t- .
.JJWVlof 23 4 li 40 2.92 Silustia Sterricks ..N% of SWVi and SWVi of S .. -{
NWKNWVi ft S from
.. ..-.Commencing 1 50 cantcr -
r I. CIoft ------ Geo. Wyatt T
i3 SO / fJ' 160 1546 W%. less 1 acre to church: _'
..NW 4P 34 15 :;;
S. and F. railway -
of Go
20114
111. B. BuR J.
C. Coon ..._.... SE14 of.NB'1 '
NEVi and of -- -
of lift 13
1 J $app -; ... 20 4 21120 7.43 tracks on section line dividing Rev. Wolfe ... .,..._NW' SWy : 1 Z1 40 '
.1- NW _.._.._.. sections 11 and U and nm S.lir .NESE.y.wof --r--- 2 1 21. 11 :
... B.
SW 81 4 21 80 7.13 t an WW 4 of railway xJr 1
'f ..N of --- with railway -- 9 6 2Z
westerly parallel
z.v.bo-8. Sapp _--EVi of SWVi of NW% and W 181 1-6-feet to point of beaiD- ..E% of NWVi" NWVi -_ IBNEVi In"ZI kJ
,
% of SEV4 of NWkNV4 25 4 21 40 642 fling, thence S 420 feet thence ?(IJI\4 of NWVi anll, <.
:
'BarclayUBkBowa ,........... of SWV and SEViSEU __ 28 4 21 240 2848 E 135 1-6 feet thence SilO SW" of NW' ..- 10 .I 22280' ', "
J. S.
.. 41 40 6.02 Dixon .. __. of
of NEViSEVi 83 --- --- 'NEW NEVi andSEVi
w feet, thence W and parallel
rh of SEVii 27, 4 22 40 8.79 with said railway 109 feet" .. ,> of NWJ4 of NEVi and SE 4I ::t

,,,_, .......N of Nof NEViorNViofof thence N 304 feet thence W .. Of NE3 e16. I i.s.
., i _., ., r ; Gaines 22.70
July ___.__
J N lots 1 and 2 __ 86 42214 4.93 111 feet thence ,N 420 fief, .-. __. ..__W6.acres. of SVi of SWVi ofSW .f
..N of NW TJ of NWVi.-;:. 1 6 18 20 USa hence E with Aid rail- .t. 18 Z2 ,,
B. IV Ward of I Cf'B parallel J. H. Owens ........._NW 6
GunterXL of SW 4 and SWVi I I I' vray 403 3-6 feet to point .of -- of NE1.4 19 022 40 l :
M SEE'4' .- 9 18 8O7.29 beginning-4% acres 11 I 20 I 8.83 Louis J. Glover -.. ........-ft.Il of W% of NEy of NEB '"

:t. : ... .SWVi of NWVi and N% of 3 J. W. Townsend ........ ..Ny" of SW' __' II I ZO .80 'I.1S E of Starke and Sanderson. ,
.. H._ Kettles -- W.% L a 14 C 18120 6.67 C. A. low ...............-BW of NByt and NVi of 8 roadEleven .. 11. .- 20 / =
'' Ii N.w. -EVi'of SEVi u 11 i 18 80 746 '. .-._ ..,_ o l SWy and NIft ol"SW%, "' ..- acres more or less beginning 17fg9
.. of SW'4 and SIS 1-3 of -- o 8E'4 and NW % flf SE 1.. -; \ at NW corner at NW
Budia ____.. ..W rlio i3iisa316 to:.. 1 L6..J- i" 1' ,
I. L. swk of NWViEVi If .1 and NEy of __ 81 I !0160 18.01 Vi of SWVi. of section 21. ..ndl' d n' '

Hardfa ,.,. of NEViand'Ett'oflwVi 17 .i 18 40 2.92 S. JL Thompson NE y, of SWyt o1S4WV .ndN r run E 420 feet", thence S to S
: ., I. L. Budia R 131.8 of SEyt of NEyt _.... ... of NW'k of SEya of NV 3 __ 11 1 11 48 1.10 -j. line of said quarter section L:
F' --t. I. L. -"'. and SKlZ 17 B 18 ua 25.43 UIIboWD Eyt of NWyt 1. I !10 UZ "' "" Y thence W 220 feet more or less

'; w ---- 1\1 : of NEVi and NEVi of NLof G. C. Sup -B% of NW'4 of SEyt and S ;., to E side of public road thence
U .. L. -- W 20 B 18120 ... 10.62 W of SE' and E% of Nye I ,.", N along E side of road to W 1f I ...
S NEVi and SEVi of .. ':.. of -SEyt of .SW1,4 u 1'1 I n 'II 1868Commepting : f H : T.R'.4s W and EVi of.SWVi and. -.A..fIIII." ... w : at NW corner of .. '' '. .'. N along said section line to i

EI.4 20 B If 860 18.01Z. SEy4 of NW'4 and nm S 11 :_"'. ,. ,;J._. '"' r. point of beginning ._..........;:-.1 622 ll
JJW% of NWys 21 B 18 40 242 .' i 1-, feet thence E 140 yards to a _.....tkk.. .I '''L. ; -W% of block 1. S of R 1 W
.
A L. B Nditl on of NE% _. .. Oa_ 22 I 18 40"VlS 745 :. : of beg! nine, thence S --'" .. j _.
.. NW> .... ..... ,>.U. ..\ .. 'f Tyco. point : l' ... I and EH of block 1, S of R ?
t nn_ pf NEVi and NWVi and 10 p. theme E 140 yards, 3 W of Temple sub division of. :
1.l: m.-Q of SW 2i 280B 18.02 .:" &: :! than 1'1 10 yards to the point NWVi of NEVi i_

WE" of 6Ey -- II 18 40 S4S .. 'to .c$4i1.: of beglnnta6-2urea ..---t1'1 I n J L86 Louis Gnyon ..._. ,.. _Commencing at NW corner of I 21 n 1/

i &.VXeK3dsr" ? of of _Commelleln..t SW corner of __,___,-._. ..:. ... land owned by Elmira King oa -i .t "
4 ;
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--8J' EIft'16or:4W B 18160W 6.69 N 70 -''''''' : ;:.I.r1: 1 sj 3
and : 26 ..a.-- e;,.. .;1 NEyt, of SEyt and inn : ', r' E side of railway right of way t ." t
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IfpIock ..............SE'of NEVi ........ I U.o, ioU -; .. ', t'.11., yards to a point of bqinning i.w. :... ft, .- .i : '. and run easterly at right aa< i r<
w.
Ailr9 .RWyof NKVi: and SEVi of -. :- .T'c: r t thence N 10 yarae thence E Itaewe..' ; .,v... . 1' I gin to said railway to E line
A. oaIIM -- "
: ----- NW and WVi of NWVi and T 10 nrdl. thence S 10 yards, ,s'o : ; of section 21, thence N along c 1
:1" .t ?of SWVi and NEVi of 3 "'"' to thence W.10 yards to the point a. --i tl i1UI"! el."- 4D l said section line to the road Jij
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t'r "11.tt.tN,I t1, TM! 18860' 24.80of .. .. 18 t1 7.8 yY''" s
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":: : : .:.... F' : and NWVi of SEVi 27 B s I .new ti t of beginningD. or Street known u Center {{ j, r.-;

r .. _. a 8Ey Of NEVi and NE Lennon Commencing: 210 yards S of N ..... street fa Temple's sub division i "i'1'.t.
s ; 4 1..Doa6laM -' "of SEVT_ .. 20 B 19 60 4,46 W comer of NE'4 of SE',4 .r'Y: *:. .... -._.._..... thence W along said Itreeto "1 t ;

y JWVi of'SWVi less 1 -. .- '- 1-l ,' .. i. and nm S 1 52 24 yards. thence railway right of way thence S I'-F
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) ,",8. J. DooglM --- "" school and N 5 acres r8to :i t f : : E 10 JUd thence N 62 24 ;f'l It." ; along said right of way, to the -I; t 4

+ : :': SW> 21 B U 44 ioU .. .. yards tbena W 10 yards to a +i L &1' point of beginning fa EV4 of ( -.t f',

Towa/eod .._itzof of NEVi and E% of N '_ I." point of beginning .......--.-_ 18 1 21 J 10.10 u r:4e'-rmire..... .-. NE%. except such tots or j ...', .l.p". .:; i'
I. 2. 19 160 1102 pieces aa have heretofore been fS
24 B -
w'4 and SWVi of NWViVi ------ Smith .Commfn"ing 210 feet N of BE J'-- r
A L. C. "' deeded ............... .
8lbrytb JlW of NWVi except 10 corner of NW's of NE 4 andS H.J-7; .. I '.'f'l- -!'.. il 122 II 3
Do 24 B 19 89 2.63 .'- -- S ; C. a McLean ... .. WU.of block 1 8 of "
iD SW corner '- nm N Z10 feet, thence W 210 R 1 W / ;- __
.-SE' of SEyt except 10 acres :F' : r feet" thence S 210 feet, thence ,., fa Temple's Sub division ._..,.Y', Z1 6 ;
in SE corner __....-_--- -_ 24 B 19 20 7.71 8J3US -, : 1! 10 E 210 feet to point of beciDa LZI Gi7: ; ....r : :. f" Eugene Cox: ..Beginning at NW corner of 'J tt 30r
i A. of SW'% of SW's __ 24 6 19 SO N WVi of SWVi of of t
v.bon -Elft SEyy of, NWyt of SWVi section ;i 0
a I I w. B. NNetUm ....-.. ....NW% of SWII -" 80 6 180 7.85 } t. BBYin .. .'.18 .1 1'1 l'lUI ...... Lj. :... .,. 22 and run S 70 yards, .. ;;'
( -LMl! 111080 o ..., thence E 140 yards, thence N po 'r"
IS a 20 80 8.80 J. C. Jonas Bl'OI.Comm ncing .t NE comer of -- t': .
-S of SEVi 70 yards, thence W 140 :J'
: proper.8*. Oft of lot 7 ... .. 18 a 20 40 4.16 NEyt of SW1.4 of section 18. .- .,. _, e ;.. : "to point of beginning.Two yards \o+ ... <.(, t.
3_ and S I chna and I feet, : '.. ,
T of and E of SW ,. t. I run : ;
_WH SEV4 e acres "
T of .' 22 6 22
thence W along right way : J
20 B 20160B 14.66 I. E. U. Charbomlaa __
W'A of of
k 14. /
.1 .NEVi na* exi
7.41 of A., C. L. railway U char .. ..I"' > \i" '
: a. cIIuWte:: eaaa8W14 of SE'q-- 22 YO0 . cept: N 6 acres and E 60 feet.l 22 'g
; and U feet to a point of.. .- II U
N' of S Unknown .
and
.:_ .. ..NW% of \EViWVy"of N 110 feet r -- SWVi of SW% of NEVi .> J!'
thence -
I .- NEy, and --_',, of N ,/II' ..-o/tfi '. ginning . and NEVi of NE% of SWVi 1 _
\ .
thence
.
t" I ? and SVi of NWyt Ieu ., Hat.. variation I degrees Eo and SEVi of of
NEVi and
;i.--r' Wt railway right of way ....._ 24 S 2017S 23.61 ::: _'." --:-:!w;''''y_' W 210 feet. variation U de- 0 SEVi of SEVi of SEV4 SEVi of S >f"E ,
feet to .
thence S 210
of block 8 in ?. N. ; I' gren Eo .t. "*

a. Andrews'art .Lot. 29 addition (o Ltka 111'.r T"* _... .. i.' Aid along right said: of htofw.&oa way, thence E .' -'. .....!._-. l.Jf-'t! it Caesar Darts .. ....:...,,.See acres more or less in S ,'__ 22 / 10

-f '.1 ... _u. 29 B 20 143 S S '" W corner of SEVi of.NWVi .. :; U '
iD
of begim
point ng-l acre Unknown _.. .... ..
3ZI
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j1., .i .. 444ofblock4ioF.N. NEyt of SWyt ............ .._ 18 'i n 1 9.02 .NEViNEVi ----- 25 11'iSi
t _I ; A. V. Long
I Andrews addition to Lake Butler -. _' of SE'H, ... ...;.. ...,.;}, 26
I :1 ,M... 29 B 20 US .... .. -.'r ; -- ..Commencing .t NW corner of .. W. L. Newman 4 Sans -8W of NY%, _..:_.._._;_ .27 iii it
y4bofblocklbY.N. 4 : 1 acre of land owned by MI'L Richard Reynolds, Jr. .....Commencing at NE corner of '
rti F VUMWB. Mdrws addition to Lake But ':, S. IL Morrell and nm N Z09 [. .. _. oJ : : way of of. SEVi of N

y t ler .... 29 B 20 .148ILCoB I feet thence E 418 feet.209 t ease f. :. ,,!!. ) .: .;.,;F." .. :. ... ." Eye and,,i1W' thence W 100 i e't r k
6 fa B 418 feet, thence W '.1&1..w-- L'! .'* feet _,. S tc,
"I Ida 46 and 44 of block : :: to a point of lMsiuln.JI
Qg ""'-- w" thence N 109 feet tlleace W. '
'rT N. Andrew Uo'COI.aU'- w1 I.-. ;r thence W 100 feet thence- ,i
91 t, .9C;=,".f\..1._ ...... 29 J 20 L61 let feet to point of beginning -. .: ',1+ S SOl feet thence E 100 I.r..
-t _._' ". nt F:... Butler _....... iD SW corner of NEya of NEti v .1 U ;is ... feet t. .*
...... -.Los' |4 of block 6 fa F. N. .... thence N 809 feet to point of i% f k,
.......... i urea 18 I 21 1.03
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t j .. .__ ---
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Andrews addition to Lake But _. ;" beginning ....._.: ....... .1-a
f', leru "". 29 B 20 143 .. ai feiek la NW comer: of Eye MIL Resale Maude Hoffman.-Lot* 1 and 3 of block It tar 1,22 r

y : ii j ... B .- 80 B 20 80 1446t -" of NW'4 of NZy W of ditch II I 212 2.16 Starke -.._.....___.-. 28Lot Ii Y! :-
i ? .' 1J II .n. .- ---_.10.core of the following de ___.. .- _..nt 0.. C. Van Zant .. ...--W} of SW's of SWya -- II I 11 It US W. M. Bryan I, 4> and 12 of block 14 '- r

J ._' ..... ._ 'L' 8Vi of lot 6, r-'II "I r. ; 'IOC"..:..:..... 2..nL.WIlitteaW% of SW%, ti 211i2o sin fa Livingston Tracy and Co4 l"
_
; .. -- '' giballleadoftlot 'l-'N ofGo S. .. I addition to Starke 28 I 2s
B : -wltrrr .. .... Z I &I 120 Z.'I1 G. 0. ScheUcr -wyj Of block 34 .
Jo" > .. -- ._ sT I0 d 9.70 u-... .".. -.S in Livingston i
BT .' .;; ...v." : -- A r and e railway and N 25"feet-' of tot 9 Unknown ==: _. of NwS' 1 .- 11 I ft 80 1.11 Triiby and Coj sub division ', _

.. aswlY T-rt fa Lake Butler -SO B 20 1166 Unknown _.. ... ...y.Lo110 dJaWD v" 10 I ZZ II LeI NEVi Of NEVi -:-J- 28 6 22
el btoek S -
Unknown ....-.Lt 11 In WoodlaWD ___ 11 1 U 10 1':1 Unknown -...:.,... -Lot 1. tf block c:/p '

e =,.'s .+<$:* JJIIiIIIa ---__ra9 and 10 except fa N Lake 26 Unknown ? .... ,........Sof SW' of NW% ud SE .',>> fa Livingston Truby and Co.i 'f
block 8 ,
k ., ;. ; feet of lot 9 of SO I 20 2341 of NW'4 _and N'4 of 834 __-- __ sub S division of. NEVi, of NE
,: .n.;) Butler l of SW and SE of ..L.. 14 "" t '' ?
;( 28
% .
8Wy +s ..it. +il 6 22
: ;: .,.;....... _CoM fBeing at NW corner of SW 4 and SW'4 of SE% aDd w. L. flame ..........__Lota 4 and 5 of block 1, faT -

"fu..".- .. IotllofblocklandnmEIO of beginning .j' W; of SE1.4 of SEt and 534 r- Davis and Trnby's addition to f a
e ':' ai" feet to a point : ofNJi:% .. '.. 12 I 22250 22.63S Starke --23 122
: 8 60 feet thence W 20 0. : .
.r ; .< thence theca S 66 feet thence v ; of NWIt of NW%, and W. M. Murdaugn Lots ly s,6,7nnalOK : -
feet NE% of NWy 11 522 10 1.10 block 2. in Davis and
I' Tracy .
N 43 feet
t :.'. R thenee: 70 feet W 28 thence feet_ thence N 62feet J. W. Caldnll T NE'/a of SW'4 of NEys ... 11 I 22 10 2.64Chas. t 5 addition to Starke m........--- 28 '(22'

.. thence W 22 feet to theMint Parker um ...N% of lot 20 ia WoodlaWD __ U I 23 I I.U _Lot 11,' 12, 13. and 14. of -r

: I' of beginning, fa Lake .1J Unknown .-..............Lotl at, 40, U and 42 fa WoocIa. bbdbdlti.9 Davis and .Trubjra
.
'
i : Ian 11 1.2% 40 4..09.C. Starke i. '
; a.uer .10 B 20 4.65 R. S. J. Simm 23 4 a
r. i/ '.. '. :h.-. the NE $ BeftN ................Iota 11. ZO, 29. aDd 10 InWoodlawn --- --Lote6 and 7 of block: 16 la '
; ..t.r .. ..; i ta. Commencing at eomer 11 522 60 US .Temple's addition to Starke -Ut_ 28 22 ,
"of Dr. E. T.
t. .:. '- .. to point of beginningyathennce Dr. Geo. B. Payne .........Lot Z1 iD WoodlaWD II a 22 10 Ll5 Campbell --:"-'_Block 1 in J. G. 'Alvara'i a i-T -

a W 20 feet Carl Carlaoa Lota 43 and 44 i. WoodlaWL11 I ii 10 LBI Mrs. B. B. dition to Starke r. .28 6 22 _
thence HopsoB
','_ 1 r:'. 8 thenee U feet.N 66 feet' thence E 20 S. G. Potter ........_......Ioin 11 aDd II fa WoodlaWD __ 11 I U 20 L8I -_Lot* 5, 6, 7. and 8 of block

#- : : of beginning '. Unknown .............--Tote 2&. 3n. I" d. 48. 6Y. 68. 1;ton J. G Alvares's addition to
to the point "
feet
: I" 11, 58. 60 II, in Wood- Starke ..;. 28 C 22
<"if fa Lake Butler 80 B 20 108 i. A. Wafarlght .
: -_Beginn'ng: at NW corner of 8WVi -
lawn _
lota"lland 11 I uno 11.01 '
- ... 1311th Iebaaali.m" of 11 of block s of SWVi of section 28.
:r; : B/ln Lake Butler .; 20 B 29SO 23.01 _Lots 1, Z. a. 8. 11, U. 11. 16. --......'" &.._.. ....; and .run E 484 feet thence if,

L. A. m--a .Lota 19. 20 and 21 ,of block 6.fa ., \. 17. 18. 18. 20. 29. 10. 11. U. .... WIP1.I.. 418. feet thence W 484 fee}
Ia' Woodlawa _
17
I 22
110 lUI
'Lake Butler B 29 thence N:418 feet to oi
29.97, ........... .. let 14 fa WoodIan point
! :- "' SW of Unknown 1'1 i D 111 1.It
c. '--" ing at comer beginning __ II
,- I.i, \ TaipeBtiM block 7 and'run N 80 feet tot C. G. Johns ---- Sift of lots 22 and 23 and all ..-' .tM g. toe dii.. L. M. Little .--Commencing-NW comeof 122 $
) point of beginning thence E Iota ZI aDd 1'1 ia WoodlaWL-_ 18 I U 10 t.10 Madison and '
a BO feet thence N 25 feet A. McCall ......-.......- Let 2'J in East Lawt.q LBI and run W along Myrtle Madison street.: t r

thence W 60 feet thence S 25 .Ida 51, 1 62. 63, U, 66, and 66I. street 210 feet thence N 334. ',

I feet to the point of beginning East La1l1e7 ................_ 17045Co feet there E 210 feet ,
.< Parker .. .......... to i
IB Lake Butler 20 120 6.48 ..... Lot li9 ia East Lawtq 1.81 Myrtle street thence 8 sting! '
W. WW a.I -.Lot 4 iD Otter sub divillon of __ ..' _..
,
; said
.. : street 334 ft to point
Block 14 W 1'114 feet e'
It A. Desa except (?r < But Lawter .. 2.16Chu. ;
-- ef beginning in
Gaskin
fa Lake Butler 80 6 20 ad-;
'g B. YsDonld -All lot 45 of block 17 and all .-. _. 66.40, Parker-.Lot I iD Otta lub'divilioa of 5- dition to Starke .. .+- 29 6 22 Si
-, Iot46ofblockl8NofA.C. : r.- Fast Lawte ............._ .11 L. M. Little -Commencing at SW' corner */ \

: ." j L. Railway in Lake Butl r_' 80 B 20 *ab 2.45 David Y.S Smith .........._Lot 'I m Otto sub division of '. .;S. Madison and Myrtle street. J'
Commencing at SE corner of But Lawte .... 2.15J. .- and run S along Myrtle street: .
X 1L Ba..
aaid Byrd and Verner lot and N. S. WilllamI ...s....__Lot t1Latta sub division of lob feet thence W at right
e mi W 65 feet to a point of beginning U5 ; angle to said street 165 feet''
: thence N ,to right of aWe A. WoodeD .. .......NE% of NE'4 of NEy __ Z4 5 22 10 U3 -? thence S parallel .with Nil
);, ( ; way of G. S. and F. railway C. B. ChurchillNW% of NEy of NEy O. U 6 22 10 US street 105 feet thenee W atright
.. I st:; thence W along Aid right of -'" G. B. Fuller ......_....SWy of $Eye of NEy __ 25 6 22 10 US angle to said street 103.

} : I : ','ti. way to a point 55 feet E of W '... _SW% 01 !OE% of SEy '___ ZS 5 22 10 1.85 .,. feet thence N 210 feet' W
"l. '_ line of Aid lot, thence S to S ;., Unknown .N% of NE% of SW'4 of SE%__ 25 6 23 I I.BI Madison street thence E along ;
.f n '< '. line of said tot thence E 210 Unknown -SWy of SWy of NW4-- 2S 6 22 10 1.85 Madison street 210 feet to thti ,,1

"" feet to the point of beginning. N% of SWy of SEy of NE'4__ 21 5 22 10 1.85 point of beginn ng fa .Gaa.',\,
s .:' .. : < except 1 lot in NW corner 40 III'L Anna kmraer -..W 20 feet of N4 of NWy of kin's addition to Starke t-;;. 29 f. 22 -
: 4, : -.
fj < .-. and 1 lot in SW corner 50 feet Jere Eo Bohannon _-SEM of NWy of SE4 __ 27 6 22 10 6.02. ler land and run S 375 fee? 'oj '

... E and W by 150 feet N and SIB Unknown Lot 25 ia Woodlawa 10 6 Z2 10 1.29 S. S '. thence W 420 feet thence :K'
i.. same ,- .....- 30 B ,20 11.61 Unknown Loin 28 ud 27 in Woodlawn __ 30 6 22 10 U3 375 feet back to. Fuller land,' -

I -- L S $Mtiroa.b --....-All tot 6, 6. 7, 8. and 9 of Unknown Lot I In Woodlawa __ 12 0 22 10 1.9 thence E to point of beginning .
f block S In MeKianeya addition .. ..' W. L. KUteer .. ...NEy of NWyt of NEyt of SW : also one lot 110 feet Nand
.-t' ; .< y ud of S by 210 feet E and W. ,
NWy
to Lake Butler 30 5 20 i1.9s' NEy of NE '
ray v-- __._ --Lot 11 of block S in MeKlnneys \ of SW" and Ey of SW 4 1 .... ro .' .' bonded N by Wm Lake S by
.
Mary Jane
"J' addition to Lake Butler -- 30 630 ', SE' of NW'A _____ 35 I 22 15 6.93 Green and E by
fi, : kte Bailer Ice Co. Lota 24 and 25 of block S faMeKinneya 7.'l1t" Ju. R. Brookl WIi of NW'4 of NW'4 ____ 2 I 18 20 %..92J. Sanderson lane all in Sft ofSWVi .
i addition to Lak.Butler' N Douglass SE'4 of NW% ____ 2 I 18 40 6.62 Unknown .... I of NWVi in Starke fro..- 23 4. 21 429 -
: 4 80 5 Z'O t'J. Ju. R. Brooks E.., of NE'A of NE'4 ___ 3 I 18 20 UI .- Commencing SW 210 feet S

Estate Lota 41. 4!. 43. and 44 of blockS 1196 W. F. Bedgeman W% of SW'4 of SE'4 7 I 18 20 1.23 corner of Madison and
W. Bade
in MeKinneya addition to Doris BriDlOn ..._.. .....__NW3 of NW'A ____ 18 15 18 40 6.39R. Myrtle streets on West side of

rv c Lake Butler -. 80 6 20SO W. Williams W:1: of NE'4 of NE'A and N .. _.1.. sad Myrtle street street 210 and feet run thence S smog iff

4 -Lot 16 of block 4 fa MeKfa.Beys 12.18 % of NE3y and N3 of SW. '. 210 feet thence N 210 feet
'' y of Nby __ 1'1 6 18 80 U5 >
addition to Lake Butler._ 6 2 0 thence E 210 feet to point of r
. .-.... ,,.-... _.. ,.._Lota S and 4 of block 4 faMeKinneya 2.15 Wm. Perry S% of NEy n 18 I 18 180 US VUnknown beginning In Gaskin' addition ,
addition to Lake Buck WUliamaSE14 of NW'4 II 1 18 40 UI to Starke_. w f U

.Io1L SO I 20SO W. F. Beclieman .. __NE'4 of NWy ._.. 18 I 18 40 1.39. ..., ----- Commencing 210 feet W oIlS
17 and 18 ib;k-i S.83 Gus Bunt _....._.E14 of WIi of NEI4 21 I 18 40 4..11 W corner of Madison add

IB MeKinneya addition to Lake T. I. Alderman u.......nNW'A of NW% .. ZI 6 18 40 .42 Myrtle Streets and ran W ZIfr
: Butler B 20 U DDwa' SWI4 of SW% __ '10 I 1. 40 1.23 feet to Westmoreland
;f -LotlO and 11 of block 19 in 643 Xn. Mary L. Johnson __.NWy ofSE, % _--:._ Z1 6 18 40 1.ff4 oJ-, thence S along said streett
.
..- MeKinney* addition to Lake _1 acre in SE comer. of NEy feet therce E 210 feet.
1 ,r' -' Butler ,. SO I of SWI.4 -- _- Z8 19 1 U5 N 4:0 feet to point of begin
t / Tvp.IIie Oa. an.Bhki 1. 2. 4: 6 and EVi of 20 633aatlin N J. Parrlah ___I aclft1n SE corner of NEy J' \ fling and designated u Clark

--_ block liD'& L. Newiona ad W of Railway. being 4 acres Two A lot in Gaskfa's ad:

dition to Lake Butler SO I 20 E and W by 1% acres N and dition to Starke __-...- 29 6, 22Wm : =};
) Qahana .. -Btocki 1 andS fa D. E. Knighta 1196 South 19 1 11' UI Unknown ._.. .. IVi acres! In SEVi of SEVi and;
addition to Lake Butler 50 5 20 ..tats I and 1 of block I la ..t; 1 acre fa 1oo'E'4 of SEVi.! being -;
L S 3arhrnagb __NV4 of Iota 1 and 2 ia F. P. 193 > Worthington Springs --____ 23.01 known U the "JS Itch
Odona additioB ,to Lake But- Unknown Fractional block 4 la Worthington Place" ia Starke 2J 22 3
let 31 5 20 Springs __ UI J. A. ,Wainright ._Part of the six acre lot corer *:::
;
'T .-Lof 6 in T. E. Decklea. lat ad ; 6.62 Unknown Fract ow block t, except Iota Renting at the NE comer e{ -,
f'
ditioa to Lake Butler Si'B In.' T .nd I iD Worthington land formerly owned by T. W:

< .Lot 8 in T. E. Deeklea lat ad 20 9.10 Spriap _____ -S 1.45 Sweat and run E to East lift*'
ditioa to Lake Butler I. W. Hatcber uLota 1 ud I of block 10 ia :J of section 29. thence S ea see

.Lot 15 in T. E. Deckle lat ad 51 B. 20 7.71 Worthington Springs '____ J lL88Lot tion line 220 yards thence MT r
anion to Lake Butler 1 of block 11 .in Worth ': '. to SE corner of land former '
t e -Lot 17 in T. E. Decklea lat additioa >1 B 20 S43 Inll10n Springs UI owned by said Sweat than**' 0.

1 .. to Lake Butler I. W. Hatcber m.Lota 1. Z. 3. and 4' of block: x4. N to starting: point fa EVi. of
Tiw 1.... 81 B 20 2.15 12 in Worthington Springs __ ', .
J. 11' .8ik fa T. J:. Deeklea f' US 31t1. /Y.
t 1 t .' lat :Ll.11 to Lake Butler < Unknown .' __Lot I of block 13 fa. Wortit-' ,.k_ : 1IlI&ton Edwards Estate _SWVi of SWVi"Vnd NEyrol

Lot 22 fa T. Deeklea lat ad 1 I 20 109 Spr... __ ... t' 1.n SW".1_- 31 t S Nt4'

dition to Lake Butler 11' Lota 1 and 2 of block It In S Unknown WVi of NWVi of SE" except "
1 Lr bawl -....._._Lot 24 fa T. E. Deckle lat ad 4.93 Worthington Springs _____ 7.. Z.1I r two acres in SW eorsajr_- 82 6 22 11 ;
rIDI dition to Lake Butler :..._._._4 SI I 20 C. B. Campbell' .. Lot 'I of block 11 ia Worth. :";:1in8ton -Lota 1 and 2 of block 3 id
'.. Commencing at the NE comer Lob Springs ___.:. :s : 1.0
oftotlandmnS70feetto III'L B. B. Lamb Fractional block 11 fa Worth.Mrs. \. --.Lop :

} a point of beginning, thence Springs : Ul Lincoln City ___ __ ..
--a. 32 6 22
... ._ W 106 feet theMe 8 7*. feet"" .: :4: &.i. .... .J : j B. B. Lamb Lots 1 and 4 of block is .!. 'qT .Lot 8 of block 4 ill Lineota?' '

', :1 thenee B 105 feet thence N 70 -e Worthington Springs ; .: '" 1.11 City ---= .' 12 22
I 1S ------ 4
.
t ', 1 : In feet T. to the point of beginn's 4f C. Douglass Lob S aDd 4 of block II ia Willie Punen .-Lot (, of block fa Lincoln I _
'! '. E. Deeklea tad addition Worthington Springs'- : .-< 10.49 City '
Lake ; ; -...12 .22 f
b v.-- Let 6 Butler fa T. J:. Deckle i-t-- 6 20 643 Miss on' Hagen __-....tot 1 of block 23 Ia Worth- 'a ,;-' 1 King Chandler .T Three. acres in SW comer of |

.- \. ditioa to Lab initOIl Springs LII SWVi of NWVi W of railaf,, -. S3 1 223, :
a': .>< AIL Wanes'.. Ac* .. less railway Butler right .- 81 6 20 2.15 Unu..WD Lots 1 and 4 of block S1 iIa -:. 4 C P. Chandler.Commene. ncr at NE comer cf t
of SWVi of
j .-. ;.... way in T. E. Deeklea lad addi. : : Unknown ....1b Worthington Springs .. SWcrthingtou ..,.... Z.u and run South SWVi of 341 section 33. 't
tion to Lake Butler .. ---- 1 ud 2 of block 11 iD :r chain,
i !j\ iRNtis J ... 31 I 20 4.14' thence W 13 degree north
SprillP' to
a 1.3
; .Wi -- -N of T. ,
-R taBwgy---- .
ikbekila : lob N
"' ; = -.0. ', 2nd .teLab < : K. Stephens -_ .: t 1 aced Nay of Jot 2 of ._ line of said SWVi of SWy.
; ?
BrtW r yI -. ,block 39 in Worthington SprP- S IUS thence E place of beginning:'

1 a' :' \.a..i ab.rkI Caeameaeiat at..NE wiser _ot- '7 :: 643 ,.. -. _I M acres' former owned by B. ,_; ._ '.;:7 1 8-10 acresto __ --::' .v g !! .3
: > -ntt aid Co.. and designattd ?:' '

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#' aY, ''JULY' 31st, 1914. ,THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAP -. PAGE EYEN:


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f.... der and peppermint can be profitably' NOTICE OF TAX SALE (Continued From Pale 6.) ,- -., .-, '.'''' n -, "
,,
... < produced in the state. Here is a field ,.... >: "'(-' ,'" } '::"' 't.of "- "'. i" .-,

'-', and 'be- _I. ,;: .", .:' .' ,: : ,:.
'
others q .
CAMP OR.. for Mr. Munson, or : 'I ; : '
FACTS ABOUT Jf little is being done ;t' ... : '.
ides these, very .1 : :.

II11- 11.111- t-+t44bf + in Florida, one' of the largest citrus I! ,OWNZB ", .- Description..l- Land a. JQ'' .'tc3. V 1V
.
.f..' regions in the world, to produce WI JI I. v
growing 1
'
-
of the I'istka to ., -.. l ., .1' ;.
Folsom
Sceiery Moses fvAW citrus oils; extracts and essences OWNER : -Deacripti.a .(L.el. :a.. M .. i.i. .JI.. ... }
of 1 Trade, we learn ..I ... .eC' ...
Board of which not less than a million < .. :1to .,
e f .
the f ollowil ; n block 16 in Hampton 11 .7" U' I lUll
I the News, 68,written .. and a half dollars' worth is annually] cI -c -Jas. Price (eol) _W six acres of SVi of "SWVI i .' ;
the New..York Press in'crkistii of SEViLot 20. .T 22 Ot 1'i.Q ...
ktiii-"tn that paJlr; imported. Fannie Stewart Lot Y of block 2 In J. M. ; J. V. Jones -----.-.....: 1 of block IS in fiamp- .' i ": i,:
of the uncle from this connection it might be of interest Johns Bub division of NE 4 of"E14 ton' 80"3 1'"f -
"ed in these e91. In IS 6 U' I .I.U Calvin Haynes .......Mot S of WVa of NWVi .. ....' ,81S4 7 22 lt ; :
irreoeotlY, pUIIiS to say that more' than 200 Lob 1. 2. a. ud 4 of block I V .E, J. MeBae,_ Beginning at SE comer of NEVi ,: l' .
uns s-- reprint: Our readers wAnd useful in manufacture in J. M. Johu' lub division of of SEVi of section 84 f-r :. ..-.'
l in many particular:. kinds of trees NE% of m1,4 II 8 2E 1 !.u and ran N 210 yards thence l' : I. .-

it grow in Florida, ,one-half more than L. E. Lee __24. acres commencing at NW W 140 yards, thence S 210 ." 1
of Florida Might yards thence E 140 yards, to ;k at
beading of NE14 of NE and :
corner 1
Under the in any other ,state., Two trees ,not run E 921 feet thence S 1092 point of beginning .acres _... 7' 22 .t"" + in V .
and Break JapaneMidlopoly JIlL J. E. Lowe rill 1 8 2264C _.42.712LW ,'
Boise Camphor elsewhere in the world,' grown feet, thence W 921 feet thence
known .
that N. P. Cawthan 11E44 of NW'4 822 t UI ,
the Press says N 1092 feet. to point of begins .1
; I note our state, probably survivals of an s Ding in NE4 of NEy U 6 U It lUG N. P.-Cawthan -SEt'of NWVi and Wof' 80f! f' -
recently
of Brooklyn, in other :.'de boo n _N of SK of NWy- of HE NW Vi and SWVi I 8 22211). -I) '
.
CENrMnrtson: Florida whereto early age, having disappeared .0 U a U'11 '1.11E. Unknown ...._,,,,_._SE 4 car of NEVi and W44 of. N : } ,
ntnrned from a trip to parts of the world. Mr. JIunson L. Grime -NE, of SEyi. except 6 acres E'4 od. E'4i _; S 8 22210' '_ 20JCI
investigate the po sibili- lquare in SE corner U 6 ft U l..U Melrose Manfg. Co.-......._WIh and W of ., t
be went in the could have secured a list of our trees s. A. Carter St4 of SW14 of SE U 6'22 i0 11.1 SW% and EVi of SE4! of '
V
of',raising camphor trees Chu. S. Swain NE of U" 20.01 SW% '. I I 2214i 1t -;-
ties an industry that by making proper inquiry. JL Little -8W%% of SE .. 86 8 U 41 IO.OS' N. P. Cawthan .. ..... .WVi of NErlof NEys 8 8 22 JS-. US a ,
starting
and of the] (Note-In addition to the above by ; Tison ..._.._._...,-NEA of NE1,4 $6 6 II 40 1'.4881l" Unknown Eth of NEV4- and ,
;"odd,remove this country from Folsom it be noted L. ... Little of NEk and E% of NEJ. EV5 of EVi of SRr4. :,_ 8 8 22 C0S u' \
in this Iipett Secretary may W 1 2140 31.' Be A; i fM -'dePendence upon Japan that the "Camphor Monopoly of the A. Coleman -NWN f NW% ..... .. $b of SW -and SE, t J ,

; You say he reported .that Itgmareh of Finance of, Japan" i is N. G. Hays WE14 of 110"1:14.ud. an of NW NVi. except E% of NEVi of -
that certain Department 14 of of branch __ I 7 1. 10 UI NEVi t 822 IUD 8U8
work revealed the system of distilling the Cea XeeDI f NNE and all of NW Unknown ,- % of NEVi of NE 12IS I 22 SCI; 244 '
x'44 o
of the south were better adapted perfecting tree J4 of NE14 VI of branch __ I 7 II 1" ..10.41B. Unknown ...:_- NVi of NENW.-.... ... 11 'Z3 8$ UTtU.W "i
of the camphor i _
.puts leaves[ and twigs NE14.of. NEya andN Two corner of I :;
growing than those re- of 1. Shaw W of 12 7 11" 4001 SWVi of NWV4 22 I S.u _
to camphor in order to prevent the destruction NE % N. P. Cawthan ... .sw2 and SE 8 200 J' 4.
of NWVi 15 Z3 : i
of J
entire supply Shaw' _._ of )Eye and SE%
which the T. L .. .. % -
,
: UI Unknown -EVi Of SW
t ioDJ from the comphor forests and is encouraging __ 12 118120 y4 Of NEViS and s -, --l : i
He further L'W44 SEVi of SEVi 11 112 Ur u. :
; the article now. comes. the planting of the tree, as told 11 J1O'E of NE of NE% _. .12.....'I..,..,11. 10__ Duncan MiteheD -NEtt of NEVi- 22 8 ,23 40.5.83: .: id
Bays that there fa at present one cam- from Nagasaki. of m'4 ud E44 of NW' .ea. lUISE14 Melrose Manfc. Co.. .......-SWVi of.NEVi and tote 1. 2r ';: j
1.110
_
Florida that distributeS in a consular report I r4 and SW14 of NW1,4 11 'I UIIaaac and 4 22 'Z:1: 238NWVi : U.H ;
:phor tree nursery in _Ed.-Times-Union. of NEy _. 14 7 II 40 IUS 16.. CL N. Payne -Commencing at NE corner of 1- i
: several thousand young trees Williams --NW A --= I .7, !0160 IU1UDkDo1t'D .. -.I SEVi of section 24 and run 'I
Soutbena.Nanl Store C0.._AUE44 I .4MOIN .." 8 161 rods thence W 20 rods, .
yearly' but in practically no instance AFTER PASSING YEARS. of SWIi and SW4 of S .... ., USL. thence N 160 rods :
: manufacture EIA 4 7 !0120 20 rods to point of beginnning_ 24 8 22 L-!' 4.12 ,_
::1 are these utilized in the Testimony Remains Unskaken. W. Ceosby _Lots 1 and 2 ._ 7 7 !0160... 14.1E J. S. Griner. Zxr _EVi of SWU of NEVi 26 I 22 : Let
camphor. Starke I. Shaw _N% of lot 6 and S'% of lot I..'i "..1 '... -= : Unknown -- .-.........Tots 12 and IS or WVi of S 2j
of

:: Let me say in reply that there is no Time is the best test of truth. Here 11. except two acres In SB cernec .. 77 X 1'71....UII. Unknown ''_-W14 of SEViLotsS .._.....,..........' II 2< $22711 I 22 <*i 2.92 6.0 p ;

-' about the possibilities of grow- Js a Starke story that has stood the IL Shaw. Jn _Sth of of lot t and Sy_ .r." ;10 IS 9.10 Melrose, Msnfg. Co. an.._._..,._,., 1 I U '11ut t
trees in Florida. Fine test of time. It is a story -with a _81,1 of lot 4 7 7 !0' 40 U2G.
:lug camphor _w of Nu of lot 4 = 7 .7 10 10 ifH !
specimens of the tree can be seen in point which will come straight hometo ..'w.C. C1emmou Yarborough- _. WIh of NWya of 8W 4 -_ 8 T to II US NOTICE OF TAX SALE -

of the state. It is a rapid many of us. G. JL Bevill ......... ....-N44 of SWye of SWye less E ,64 )I .. aIfErt 4"
all parts 1 ._. and ammeneIng
three acres .
4 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the
leaves of varying Hemingway W. Call St., 1- W of division line of following described property wffl be old at J
grower, and with Mrs. Lucy -v- "' 1 450 feet auction on the THIRD DAY OF AUGUST. 1914. at SUrke. Bradford county. Florid,orp ;
-- --- of S "
and SE'4
.hades' of green during the different Starke, Fla., says: "I suffered from o W41 SW'4! on of N SW1,4 side of railway right -- much together thereof with as cost will ef such be necessary sate and to advertising.pay the amount. due for taxes set opposite tt-. Mm ,

'seasons is most atractive and it can lame and aching back and could hard of way and run N 240 feet, -- "'''''''''' -
of .
thence S to right war-a:
I b, ,well classed with the many orna'mentals It-get around. It hurt me to stoop .. acres in SW'4 of SWye __ 8 7 II 10 10.00G. J

= of the state. and lift and I felt miserable. My iL BevUl -Commencing aoo feet W of a .J_. __. ..'._., i t.., a
of lot 10 of block !
W corner .' .. I
v More Than 2,000 Acres in Camphor kidneys didn't act right and causedme 1 In Ward City. SE corner of .' vStephl'u -: : 'c" .
.
know where Mr. Munson lot of Hearing oi land at right of way .. '! ] '
I do not a annoyance. of railroad and run N 250 feet s i 4 .it .

carried: on his researches but if he had Doan's Kidney Pills, I got a box and more or Iell. W 250 feet more -- : OWNER Description *f Land e 'I j :, .
;
or leIS, thence S to right of If' ; .. 1 c
.pieced through Satsuma Heights, in began taking them. a'h.ty brought relief I. way thence to point of bedn- ..f. ''

i Putnam County, he could have seen from the first and soon the aches niDg-1 *acres ................__ I 7 II.,-a .- US .j i !; ... '.

fcom' the windows of the cars on the and pains in my back left and the. W. W. Ward .-Lot Cib' two of block one In Ward 8 720 LOI .. .1 IIl:: 4. -' ,;::


i'Atlattic Coast line trains, a develt vast other symptoms disappeared." Owns Godwin ... .. .. ToOt City five of block 1 In Ward 31730 U'IORJl& .. J. R. Alvares ........ Commencing at S line. of Fail :. .l"+" iMr. Y

racrttge of camphor trees, the A Later Endorsement.On Godwin Lot two of block two In Ward ler land and run 8 375 feet, .Jt ,k ti, '!'i.. i J J .H. t '
t of which has cost hundreds of: Mrs. Cib' __ I 'I 10 LOS thence W 420 feet thence N ', i!11 :: ." ; i I' ?;
opnent. April 12,1914, Hemingwaysaid ; 375 feet. thence E 420 feet, also '
.;. 'ti i :l. 1& : / .
;thousands ,of, dollars, and where las :. "You can keep right on using B. 1. Ward ._" Lot three of block.two In Ward I 720 Loa 1 lot of land 110 feet N ..'. s ". _,.; : H; "
City and S by 210 feet E and W. a. J .<1-: ,
WInter Prof. Richtman manufacture! my endorsement of Doan's Kidney: Unknown. .................-Lot one of block -three- in Ward .. 8 '110 WORJl& bounded N by land of W. Lake __ _. .w =A
1 of camphor City S by land of M. G.. Green. E 7 'I" i.
_
thousand pounds
ten a. ;:
There isn't too good Ward
over Pills. anything Lot two of block three in 4L
Godwin .
720 Loa by Sanderson's lane .. ., ._ _._. if.a' +
The Japanese seem to have know for me 'to say for this remedy. I occasionally Lot City,eight of block S in Ward y 8 C. Aware -.-....SVi acres in SEVi of SEVi.! : : '. }. .
and 1 in of 8EV\ l- '
--
acre NEH ,
Unknown 1.11
: of this camphor !
8.720
the existence ;
tMIct'of take Doan's Kidney Pills City r of section 29, township 6, 8. I > jV
plantation, as it has teen visitedat and in 1. W. Crosby --T.nta '1. 11 ud IS of block I 'I 10 US 22E < .. %I.a f 1US i .. i .
as a preventive, they keep me in Ward City .... 8 ..E. T. Campbell.Blocks 1 in AlvarWs addition r ;

different times by ,inquisitive gen good'health.", _- _.',' .-- -. ... _Lot three_of. block 11 In Ward 8 'I 10 LOIOzena *..f'4""t4iE. .m to Starke '1 1141. ; /}" ,

from the Flowery Kingdom. City; y W. Driggers r.tateOne lot 105 feet SW ... ,. "};, : V. .
_
tbmen Price 50 cents'at'all dealers. Don'tsimply Godwin .__Lot four of block 11 in Ward 10 LOIOzena : corner of SWVi of SWVi of ; Y. i.e

',De company operating this impor ask for city __ 8 'I ... .. ,section 28, township 6, S rang ; f x-
kidney remedy .
.
a -gelDoan's .
represented by Pro Godwin ___._ Lob 1. I. 11. ana 12 of block 22 E -! n._ J-JL- -. lit mmS ..-U :[ 110.HM... ,. :
tat industry is Kidney Pills-the same that 12 in Ward City 8' 7 10 '" 1.8 Mn. A. E. Driggen ....._ acres in SE corner of SEVi t a
of the United \ __ a and S of block 12 in. : of. of .,
W. 0. Richtman formerly Ward ,.. .. T.nta SEVi section 29, township .
Mrs. Hemingway had. Foster Mil W. W. -- Ward City, 8.7 II 1.11 6, S range 22 E ............- 29 8 22 :6 UIJIra. a

States Department of Agriculture burn Co. Props. Buffalo N. Y. Ward ... __T.nt 6 of Block 11 in Ward .' Jennie Mind Tftv"' ."_l.ota 1 and S of block 16 in :. 4"1 -
W. W. ----- 10 LOa V -
and under his direction last.winter 500< City -__ 8 'I Starke "-tooi..f; .. ."", .

set out and fiOnCE.Notia ._Lot12 01 block V".11' in WardCity' 8 120 LOS' It: c. HeIDei su'--.-..-...1'ractionallota A. B, C, D, of ."f..W.....; A

sera- of new fries were ; hereby- given that the-- onderslgnei WtD' ,- Lots 1. 2. 10 aDd 11 of block \ block I in Wynn'i addition.to ".......-.:: +.,4'z ,.. N

the' p 1U'lery contains hundreds of win sell to the highest and best bidder for OIeDa, 14 In Ward City a 'II 1MW. _Starke ? -. --:""1, 247HtoiV
Will cash subject to the confirmation of the of block 14 ba Lota 4 'and 6 of block 1. and 'i ,
and t
which re 6
of young''trees ---1b tVS
,thousands feree in barkrnptey the entire stock of :W. Ward 8 'I 10 1.11W. ;x lots IL 12. 13 and 14 of block "; 4 : ." : ,
merchandise Ward. City "
the continued expansion of the notes and 2, Davia and Truby's addition w.r.r. ,I" :, s C
aeeounta belonging to the
nean 5. and 6 of block ,
Ward Lots 1. 2. to Starke air.t r4.S 1tflUJ ,
W. 1.81'
estate of the Hampton '
Furniture
plantation' now covering upwards of Company at Hampton. Florida&at Hardware two- 15 in Ward City 8 'I 10- L. M. Little ............__2V4 acres of land bounded E. :: V i:,
Lot 1 of block. 15 In Ward by ,Myrtle street 8 by Madison ,' V .
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2JMO acres. o'clock P. M.. on Saturday July 18th. 1914. I ''I II ...... LLota 01! [
City : street W by lands of W ': '.
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Said sale to take place at Hampton. Florida 0/ ., .
1 The'alsienee of this camphor farm in front of the Hampton Furniture A Hard 8 and t of block 11 ba a 7 10 8.EIOaena ,,-" L__ ..-.-.: t.,: E. Wainnght N by % section --. ''t.;. -
Ward City .... I !_. ...._' ...L line section 29,' township 6. .,. .. '' ;;I f'" t ; "
ware Company's store -
and .
is known throughout Florida, we Godwtnl .Lo' 8 of block IS in Ward LOS S range 22 E also % acre of .. .! .'
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D. E. KNIGHT. I if !I .. ": .
where Mr. Munson City y land commencing at SW eor'-' -1 ... ;<, 1 3 ;t
understand 7-10-2t
cannot Trustee in Bankruptcy, W. W. Ward ............. '.ot S of block 19 in Ward 1.10Jena '1 ner of Myrtle and >. 2Udisonstreets j; I.I., s
traveled when in this state. Had he City' a .. 720 and ran S IDS feet, 1\. ." t': "t"j :' ';'
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NOTICE OF ELECTION. "
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Godwin -iota 7 and 8 of block 20 fa thence W 105 feet, thence E 105 : :' .
1.81 1 .
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visited the bureau of plant industry. By the power vested in them by the aehoo Ward City I if 10 feet thence N 210 feet thence _. ..1 :I u.Ja''A!_1:11.:

africultural department at Washington laws of Florida the Board of Public Instruction W. W. Ward Lot S of block 21 in Ward 10 L61Oaena E 210 feet to point of begin- "' .. .i ,: '1+:l-'...'.. '
8 'I .
of..Bradford county hereby orders an city __ :- nine of section 29, twonship --'
;; he could have found out as the election held on the lit day of August A. D Godwin Lot 12 of block 21 In Ward LOI01leD& 6, S range 22 11 6 23 : ,... 1L88 ..

have told him about it 1914.! at the following place for the purpose City w._ a 7.20 I W.: X. K1I 01IP .........Lots 1. 2. 6, 7 and 10 of block,, r. ,. .' Sys
efldals cottld of electing three trustees for the next two Godwin .Lota S. 4.7. and t of block 23 "\ \ (1.8. 2 in Davis and Truby"s addition I .'T ) .' -

,besides many interesting things concerning years and to determine the amount of millageU in Ward City I 7 II I. .. to Starke -. ., __......... .: ;r I.. + WO :
be iaseseJohutown : W. W. Ward --Loin II and S of ,block 22 in 7 10 LIhMrs. 1 ,_' ..... .'"> _: -Lots 1 and 2 of block 7 and,I .c J :', ;- I 'L \ *>
camphor' Inspectors of Election: Henry Ward' City 8 .: .V, VV tots 1 and 2 of block 8.' in ,. ". _" "fl, .
\Too that Mr. Munson would Varna. William Varnes and John Bryan. L. A. Anderson _W % of SEA and SE of S 12080 t,3 1 -. l Livingston Trnby and Co.s +." j ." ; '; .
r say F. G. SCHELL Secretary. : sub division_to Starke 'qae.;',, J1.ut!
Jib to see a "gigantic_camphor plantation July 104t"Hcreis.iheAnswenJil Unknown ..._.. .--NE>J4 of SE4 14 'I !21.0 I 41 1.14 1.02 I '. V "'' .r .Lots 6 and 7 of block 21 in .' ,'. ;-1_ ; :

in Florida. For his information Unknown .__S'4 Lot 6 of_lot_1 __ 11 18 7 7 !0120 1.1I5 .., ,- Livingston to Starke Truby, and Gxs addition 4 J ., r<..:1. ,. .. I t

-and readers allow me to 1\II1IIIilllllilldll ._..--SWof NE14 and SE of ..,,1,9ar I 4, ...4'\ ; -'e LOI I
tor your -- R. L. Shaw _... .. -; '- .Commencing 105 feet S of S 1' :,
NW and NE'4 of SW and 11.-0 V W corner of Myrtle and '*4.V' i :}:'
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the "gigantic camphor plantation"is 'B.. ___ 22 7 to .
say !
NW'4 of SEIA M V 'j".J' streets and W 105 '
IOn 1
2-0 run \ jJ ;,, ;
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already here and young trees can Mitchell Riff N 35 sera of SE'4 of SEyt __ 24 'I 20 i ;,', ,: 'feet thence S 105 feet thence i."' ('r t ..' ... : e ,
Lot A sub division of lot I of .. il.a.1.i. ce ,A+ ; E thence 't ]
} 1- : W. 11. Roberaon .. 105 feet N 165 feet 11-
,b8 had from nearly all the nurseries. CWEtfifElfc o.. : block 17 and sub divisions of r.. 1""i"'r':;;" .--h, to point of beginning In Starke-,.. / !.Y' 1.1'

to this plantation is one of A and B of lot 1 of block 20 Its! Unknown ......._..........2 acres of land beginning atS : "' ,
Ayisit; NEWlNTERNATlONAlEvery In Sampson City .. 4 1:1. .,,.. ; E corner of Madison and West t'-V'. : "I \ o,

,,_interest,'and Satsuma Heights .being !i Wm. Roberson ...._.._......2 Iota commencing at a point f a.., ;r ., ";.j ;or.-.p: moreland streets and run S ;.. r.tt" ...
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lection line dividing eeetiona .. 420 feet thence E 210 feet .
on '
Btsr Palatka, can be easily reached I i TIE IIEIIWI wosui I IiI 4 and 5, on south Bide of "il t :Ii<;k a '. thence N 420 feet thence W : "''t,U'lr'1,.. *' ,:-.

\ \ Camphor Station at Orlandd. l eta, in your talk and reading at m I "' G.. S. and F. railway right of -- .,..' _!r ..f- 210 feet to point of beginningU "',y _..: y .!...,1:1r.:' !:"r"ji' ;* :' > < ,
I home on the street car, in the office 8 577 feet thence"EasterY ; To > Starke *
E shop ia way thence : ------ .er.u : ij,:;t .,LOt it!
At all :well posted citizens of Flor and school you likely Question the mean- E 414 feet to did right i. A Ha know, the United States Depart'lent g ing of some mm word. A friend asks: 5 of way thence: W along laid : < ..'. \ of the SEVi. less % acre in .-... ., ''I
I( What makes mortar harden Yon seek i .I'H4f) ; If' ; 3 .
the ;
| right of .20 feet to E ,:
way NE bounded
+ by 'I
corner ;
-- ..1..1. lee'I.
of Agriculture has for several] i! tiODofLdK.triMorthepronnn-! I point of beginning in NWr4 tion line between 28 aaif 29, T. .... if r
elation of JiijMttm. What {is _/ail. eooff 5'a ,' __ 4 'I 21 I US '. ."-0.
i = of NWJA S by S.,A. L. Railway, W byBktch's ,'
year maintained in this state a station This New Creation answers all kinds of i 21 41 1.68 '1' :1 .
__ 25 7
51 N. P. Cawthan SWJA of SE14 .... place N by Vi sec j }L r.
1
ofaationhialangaageHistory.Biography ., a'NW'4 .
for: experimental work on the a .Foreign J. T. Lovelace SW14 of .NEya and SEys of. ft? UO '7 ,tion line in Everly addition -;0, j':
and \ 80 '
commercial production of camphor 51I .,Ii/ af.afAsrityArds 9 ____- 28 'I'I 21 21 20' U8 i ,.; j' also 4 acres of land comment .... ; : \ ::-f.1:'; M ", 1V
Unknown E1.4 of NE14 of SEyt _,85 tog at NW corner of the SWVi '. .' .. ;..i I .' y
fags and essential oils. This station M. 400.000 Words. John A. Livingston ..-.NEy of NEys .. 88 'I %1.0 US of SWVi and run E 484. feet e :t '.:' rT
I 6000 Illustrations. ,tr'SE3e -'.... tt J.5'.'
SE14 of "E14 and SWy4 of thence S 418 feet thence W ,, .1. .
:liT Orlando under charge of Prof I | C.at$400400. J. H. Owens of SE 4.,._____... ._ as'' 'I 21 60 ua ,. ., 484 feet thence N 418 feet to "... ':"'t ''tJ, 1 .
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'.i B. H. True and S. C. Hood. Several H 2700 p..... wan Bros. All ____ 1 'I 22640 SOU1 point of beginning. section ; 1'I' '*.- '
r =! The only dictionary with A. J. Griffis ........ .-SEQ.', of SW4 2 'I 22.0 lU8 28, township 6, S range 22_ 28. 6 22 hZe.o4 -
bulletins Issued these a 1 22.0 2.82 John Parker Lot 4 of block 1 of Livingston .
"i have been by 5 the aiw I&td< acterued as "A Stroke of :: ._NW: ot NE'4 less i acres In' Truby and Coj sub division--- ; 4.60 '
_experts on camphor and oils from H Oemus." i h :. Unknown NE corner ___ II 'I .22 a5 1'1.40 S. G. Stiller Lots Sand 4 of block 34, of "\\i < ..!
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wrions fruits and plants. I E.e6s1'ap.rldtlou: l Mrs. Emma Ott ._1V'14 of SE4 of SEy and SE fl 1 11'16.68 Livingston Trnby and Coj Vi i(I I i'V -r.
: 1 of 4 7 22 SO sob division I '
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? of SE14 SEJ4 774 ,
| J There is probably no state where g On this, Opaque strong j J 'J- E. E Stacey ___NE% of SW14 4 '1 22.0 19.90S. SILAS KITE, Qty Tax CeUtcton: I V j> '
s IndlLpaper.! What a satis- 40 20.56
cultivation of species of s faction to S. Chandler ._SE44 of Nw4. _-__ 4 'I 22 (
so many i own UlcMm-ialJt 1 h r j
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.|f'BOBomle'' plants and experimenting : S g and Webster so convenient in a form so to light stet | /I'l1f11 a Il Marshall Jackseon __tier One of acre a lot square owned In by NE Andrew eorwHI..rilh.ftlwrnr:a 'fJ!' 1"E.i/I': ;:;; ;' r-: .. r ;, 4.

of SE 1f.
*wfcfc tttne! .are tried as in Florida. Be 5 One weight half of the Regular thk knesa Edition.and I .racl, of NW4SE corner 14 6 1 22 1 V 6.32 3

tides'1 the regular] experiment station s. Regular EflTtioa Miles Robinson Beginning 210 feet E of NW

3t. Gainesville, there is the oil and = On strong book paper. WL 1 section corner' of 5 and NW4 running of NEl"S 210 of ': \

'I*U station Orlando, the plant in- inches.14 Ihe,. Si4e13Jeat}it I feet thence E 420 feet thence
I I ijll'l.IIIII!IIIII IIIIIWrtte W 420 feet'
/I. / N 210 feet thence
1? dnctioa station at Brooksville, the =2= IIluIRIICIIII far 1IIma.,etc. ..... '; I I to point of beginning ___ 6 'I 22 Z 6,26G INSTOCK i

|:wgittl fruit station at Miami and r I S pvbUcittoa Kattaattls "' ,- ..,' ,I 11. Sparkman Three W corner acres of commencing NW of NE14 at N -

eel for foliage plants at Goethe. ,The ...,..... and run S 420 feet thence E .
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= ya3E&Nt ,. thence N 210 feet. I 4 'aI
== ., 630 feet PLAXERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS 1
't Griaado station, originally establish- caw "111//1//l thence W 420 feet, thence N MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP .
d for work has ; 210 feet thence W 210 feet to .
; :; : camphor enlarged i G.&& point of beginning in NW%! TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS

I j ij ita scope until it has under cultivation | IIco. M : of NEr4 1 722 I Ul I PERKLVS f HIXGLE'3IACUIXERT

_WWBthan fifty species and varieties i .. Unknown .................. All of NW of SE4 lying' ENGINES up to 40 b. SAWMILLS '.
6.'i8
( 6 1 22 10 .
E of railway
|wf, plants yielding the essential oils pf i $Wb16Nsa. Millie Jonel One acre in NW corner of W BOILERS up to 40 h. _Li jat and HeavySAWDCST

C9auneitial 44 of NW l of NE'4 W of 'J
CONVEYORS SLAB
\ 4<., importance. railway _____- 8 'I 22 1 U3 CAXVEYOHSGASOLIXE
. 'Vi'well Equipped Distillery. ..N two acres of E44 of NWytof EXGIXES STEAM FEEDS .i
1 SW4i ____ ... .._ 8 'I 22 2 1.03 {
}T, T61.1 manager of the camphor farm *+++4 1111111111111+ J. E. Sullivan ___-Sam of "EJA of NEi ___ 9 '1''22 20 9,96Wm. LATH MILLS STATE.MILLS ,

M a'1i h I refer ftf Edwards SW k of NEy __ 10 'I 22 40 21.43 DISSTOX SAWS
11; ,plants the trees in + ______ 20 9.96
'I 22
L.: 11. Little ._SI4 of lIt"E11of NE44 10 I SAW BITS for ..
all.au.-.of .waSBAFl'IXG
t\$ $ad thc camphor is made from .. J. C. POPPELL : L. M. Little SW'4 of lIt"Et,4, and SWt,4, of +
SE4' of NW4 11 1 22 50 24.53 1 FILLETS BOXESBELTIXG
s trimmings. It has a well equipped1lery'and + Attorneyat-Law Paul Pray. All 12 'I 22 640 322.61 4 '
grades--raedlDnt to beat
f camphor is made ffom j\ + 'pf E. B. Des .-NWr4 of NW14 and Sr4 oINw.
. J
; I and NE44 of SW'4 __ 15 'I 22 160 11.88 LOG CHAIXS CAST HOOKS TOXGSEVCRYTHIXS
i.W}twee and twigs by ,the regularI I + Practice in State v f B. E. Van Buren _SE14 of SW4i ___ U 'I %Z.O 2,68i FOR THE t V. ',
ptoeess of TheI B. Deea NE14 and E1 of NWyI and
steam SAWMILL
'._ ;, distillation. i + and Federal Courts. SW14 of NW4, ._._ 11 'I 22 280 18.33 1 V
' r.itrimmittgt yield about thirty ff .L. M. Little _1Io"E14 of "E1. IS 'I 22 40' 2.68 Write for )
. !'E1 of 11 1 22 40 2.68 V
L. 11. Little SE'4
, 'f 10Kds:of camphor! to the ton and + Office in Jones Bldg. )laJ7 RammageSE'4! of SEra ____ 11 1 %Z.O 11.79 0 4 PricesOnly 3 t. .' fV
>s'sQto That portion of N4 of NWyt
eight tons of trimmings Unknown !
] STARKE, FLORIDA. \ W of railway IT 'I 22 18 US11nbown 1 I
!i]I k i t'xured to the acre by two +' t One lot commencing 70 yards 4 1 I I ,

. taf8 each year. The bulletins is- ***++11-tHI lit I I fff4 f and W of run SE N corner 70 yards of section thence 19 l' :

-.! by the Orlando station .and by W 10 yards thence S 10 yards V :1. t
o' : thence E 10 yards to point of :
;department Washington. will begin'ng In Hampton .- 11 if 2 2 Z.81 -. V '

., htemted. parties many details. PlIes Cued la 6 to 14 Days Jnknowa -.AU "Et,4, of SW 4 N of rail- One "BROMO QUININE"To Invigorating, to the Pale 4SJW! ; i : s
yew dracttst road 11 7 22 18 U8 ., t
i* addition to camphor, lemon grass Lr MENT 'a_ refund money if FAZOppf ,- .. -La& 14 of block 14 ia Hamp1I"r ret the cn De.ealt for fan name LAXA.TITB The Old 8t. ., Y -
: o J r f ton 11 'I 2i 1.11II.ii BROMO QUIKIKE. Lookforaigaatareef CROV> *8 T TEl.KSScJr ,d oui' :=',
Tile..'" togTOsELe andm -r\ ." i1 -i'Lota 5, 6, 7. 8. and 9 of block B.w.aoy& Caret s Cold.One Day. Stop MaUria. blaod.a1td1lalJ41.1f Us."....:, .
ewa Beat GO;, Tr? 'aarh! ;" iig. %.. 14 and tots 10 11. and 12 at. ..--.:_"H::_ ''' coaxn and "-" ......and works CIIIJ cold. 2Sc,tem.atnteto.ia.gasdoi48od: .c.II.IJOrQ. w '.:pit: ,
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t f .TR BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FBID Y.' 'Iltt.v'Nh '
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,'M,'.' +' ','HULL'S DEPARTMENT ;* -
j r i iT *: STORE. + .I '. Be Prepared ;:
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I J-lt k ".,, 'i.t. -n.;. ,,..'....'. .... .---I : I ,, HiY Tf
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tfJ' : r "We are advertised. by our .' ..r :. '
!PtI.: I.( J ; f nlsersMal. :;: ;6mba dLt'v _tlii..W..k. W Our friends." Our' friends' Sometimes 1 H;t"

.: \J : .f, "t'. a.,'" C'.on'upoDd.. advertise for us (in the % Mcco: ICK _MO

1! r:tli" f -..'.\Ji "" I paper, I too).", ,We believe in ad- -
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,. '. and in for it AND
!' :I.I nt. or','" vertismg paying MACHjNES ;
. ...z.. !' ., ". .,'.,. ro.., -< too. We think. we have kept
.1 f ". 'LITTLE 'SPRINGS.Wat ., a'Mazvflle visitor this week
ourselves before the public. It NO1 EBET4'
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: e; ., J > \ was the'newspaper'
i"; ,- of 'Iran this. vicinity yet.There has been Union,mechanical force, of Jackson wens backed up by our customers ;. _

\t, )I .,.?&&-e: crop: "of'm, JoDi'"railed:aroundth&7er. Vine," was in'Maxvffle. Wednesday.Improve ;. that the people.learned to -
O,P. Kimbrel is continuing to -- -
! {4Mtta. .' '
i : JDNB
J, c know us as the SQUARE DEAL
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and business
around last his residence, property .
4 ,J&'CIID'.RiJDtI waa _
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: i. : store. Value given for, .
every
J : valiek in',tin;interest of the UttleI .in town., dollar we take from our custom 01 -
!t d :' bool Martin Carter,is completing a con. I Hardwarl
and .
I I k j ".rand Mrs. Scaf'i youngest child, bet for bridge work in Clay county. ers. ''FULL WEIGHTS

h ;Il joining bas.been"seriously Ul for the We are ie eiving:rainfall seemingly FULL MEASURES.find' what The store ;r .

> 7 few weeks but is now better. in keeping with the needs of the where you'can you .
: ,
I: . put, : want.. We have BARGAINS but .. .
4 Tbdr many friends wish a speedy recovery community.AU ..J -
'. !k for Johnnie. the, crops ,are flourishing and no BAITS.

i I ;y, :Mrs D.. L. Palmer'ia'still sick. .Items stock is in excellent condition. Just now we can give you bar '
.! 'Mr. W. K. Sligh, president of theMaxyille gains in American steel wire SATURDAY S'.P CIALS=
. .. ; ;, '. ;;as if .Mrs. ;,Palmer just can't,
1" / fetwel. Farm and Development Co., fencing and galvanized steel Lemons The 25 Cent Kind Dp
It1 I 0 Cents
fence Backache a
I' posts. ,
.
\ t- Sunday !school has been'reoiganiz.1 spen Wednesday in Maxville on busi .
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at ; .p ,ed at Sardis Baptist church. Old and ness. Mr. Pligh.announced that he In sweet/feed-in hay-in Fancy Elberta, Peaches at 50 bents j a : 'PIt -

i '.,young'are earnestly requested to bepresent would have seven"cres of strawbet- clothing, in shoes-and men's furnishings Miss Myrtle Cothrum, "

: on Sunday i mornings. 10:30 ries' set on the land Mr. Lucas has ..you can secure. bar; of Russdhrflle Ala.,says: WATERS KANDY l KITCF

t '. o'clock. just harvsted his cow-pea hay from. gains. "For nearly a year, 1 suffered .

. } 'Carl.Scan returned home last Wednesday W. H. Gray is'.hauling'lumber for We .have a fine lot of, furniture with terrible back- 33.. }p. WED.....

after an' extended visit with the new buildings the J. T. Wise Co. iron beds,- cribs, springs, ache, pains in my limbs :7.;, ;

relatives and friends in Hamilton are erecting on their property east of mattresses. We have some un and my head ached nearly

lLM 'county. Carl 'reports a big time. town. usually,,fine patterns in white all the time. Our.family

MissMarie States returned Saturday enamelled beds. doctor treated me, but ,"" ,
0. L. :Mixell,:Agricultural;Demonstrator t
,- : for. ,this county. has been ,from Jacksonville to' spend Sunday We have a stock of clean; only gave me temporary RhaumatisBlood .

...,. around a great deal 1 of late on official at .home. fresh, groceries. In our groceries relief. I was certainly in
| business. we try harder to get FIRST- bad health. My school Pois :

t 8. B. Grant. -;;who resides near.Char-, LAWTEY.Mr. CLASS QUALITY than 'we do teacher advised me to .Scrofula Mai(r .-
W. G. Godwin of Jacksonville ,
,
to see how cheap we can buy and TAKECardui
A ieston,' S. C, has been looking over -
was a visitor to Lawtey last Saturday. IiF i SkDiseag.R I
little Springs soil".,during'the past sell. This is especially true of ._ ,
J. H. Bostwick of Milltown
Mr. ,
'few days.' our meats. If any one doubts .Because' '-

Li .Sopi,F. G. Schell of Lake Butler, Ga., was.a business visitor to Lawtey that our business is increasingwe itPu
r i from last until
was' at Worthington last-Wednesday Saturday Monday. can show on our books where the Bloody

e Sheriff Denmark, of Starke, was in our sales for some months have -
school matters. :
on BEAD WHAT KORD PIOFIJB U.t.; pr ,%gLIPPMAN'S ,
Lawtey on business Monday. MORE THAN DOUBLEDthose '
'Everyone is cordially invited to attend '
i church services at Sardis next M 's. Geo: L. Fntch and childrenare 'of the correspondingmonth the Woman's Tonic CHEAT'REM'EDYP., .. .
spending a few days at Kingsleylake. of Dr. AMrtdte. Berncr.Texas writes: Rabbi So *.. of the Snatiel'
'.Saturday,, Sunday and.Sunday night a year ago. Nit is the leading blood purifier." pep oa.wtlxt: "Had wren
Gas light' have been-installed d If you are not getting ,the ''I took two bottles, In aU, J>r.Whitehead Metealfa,Gs.prescribes I Malarial f w*Mating fide a week
It; and with P.P.P.completely cored J. days. I tout root medictaa ft _
Rev Olin ti t
it is needless to state that they have ; Boggess and daughter, benefits of this large store' you and was cured. I shall H. Davidson who had suffered fifteen hope, bat BW confess that P.P.yeartiwith .

helped wonderfully in the church Miss 'Margaret, were visitors to are the. loser as well as we. always praise Cardui to blood poison and lothe a rind beaefit.'J i .

work here. Starke Monday ,Respectfully, sick.and suffering wo- IT WILL HELP YOU TOO-AT.ALL: ,DgyCGST8-f,00f

little Springs school is continually Mrs. H/C. Pearce and little dough NEWELL B. HULL, men." II you suffer from F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH. ,CEOR -
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; progressing' as nicely as could be ex ters, Virginia and Bettie,' are spending .I Proprietor pains peculiar to weak '

a few days with,, Mrs. Pearce's !. HULL'S DEPT. STORE. women such as headache -
peeted. Prof: Wooldredge.,and Miss
'
t Sloan seem to give. entire Satisfactions parents Mrs. W.at Anthony.A. of Starke Telegraph says Roosevelthas symptoms, backache of womanly or other '
Colley, Starke, was
L .Cared of Indigestion.. the guest, of relatives here .the first started' too soon for the Presidency trouble;or if you merely IUENVfy[ UNEmf.U i: .l

t Mrs. Sadie P. Clawson,'Indiana, Pa., of the:week. -that he-11 give out before the need tonic for that tired,

( ''wu bothered with indigestion. '"My Miss Mamie Strickland, of Wyoming race is over. Yet, "wind" is one of nervous, worn-ad feelIng -

# stomach pained me night and day is visiting relatives.and friendsin Teddy's strong points.-Tampa Trib- try CarduL E-C A GENHlAl TONICKG[ GRO _

:ate writes.. "I; would feel bloated andbave Lawtey this week. une. 4 t-

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headache and belching after eat'laf. Miss LouiebeUe Brown is spendinga NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF MINOR. .
I I ,also' suffered'from constipa few days with relatives. and friends Notice ta hereby given that the nndtnizned The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless- J4i.
{oa. My daughter also used Chamber- in South Carolina. will thirty day after the date of this notice c&ll Tonic .
apply to the Honorable James T. Wills, Judge Valuable
is kin's Tablets and they did her so Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith are it the Circuit Court of the Eighth Judicial as a General Tonic because if:Acts on the ,

meh good 'that' she gave me a few spending the week at Kingsley lake. at Circuit his office in and in Gainesville for Bradford Florida county,or Florda whenever SEND us YOUR ORDERS FOR Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blend and Builds

'doses of them'and,insisted upon my Mr; Bryan Hnbbard, of Springfield,! he may be for an order authorizing the the Whole System. P Grown People and Chile! q'
adoption of
; Myrtle Farmer a minor aa our
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frying thenx They helped. 'me asswttdng Mass., is visiting relatives and friends ?hUd and heir-at-law. I BEAMS. !J..a

else has don ." ',For sale .by in Lawtey for a few weeks. ETHEL R. HODGES.E. HODGES. CHANNELS Ton know what you are'taking when you take Grate's Tasteless.

an.. dealers. Messrs. T. J. Terry, A. A Stokes, t..,Z. Adkini. Attorney for Petitioner ANGLES AND al the formula is printed on every label showing that lt contains the' .

I A.. M. Blanchard, L. L. Sapp, H. B. This July SOth 1914. 7-31-4t ALL SHAPES tonic properties of QUININE and IRON.' It is (itjtag'as the'itro.' ,

l .. CLAY_HILL., '. Bennett, Jr., and Geo. Canter werevisitors REGISTRATION NOTICE. AND SIZES tonic and is In Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malatia. Chills and
Last Saturday aeemed'to be quite The registration books of Bradford county Weakness, general debility and loss appetite. Crtts life and vigor to3
BOILER PLATE
.to. Starke Tuesday on bust will be for the registration of elector
an unlucky ,day for Rev. Jim, thecoon at'lIlY office open in the court house at Starke on TANK STEEL Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. Removes Bile'usneu without. -
hunter. He went'out:early: in ness. Monday August 3. and will remain open on Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. .Aroatel the I liVer to i '_
-. the and I Thursday Friday and Saturday of each week GALVANIZED purifies the blood. A True Tonie and Sore JA
1 + morning. turned his.dogsleeee SERVICES EVERY SUNDAY. during, the month. of August. Appetizer c Complete Stn
l ; ,and they soon struck trail and ,The Christian church has 'arranged C. A. KNIGHT., COPPER AND Nofamilyahouldbewitboutit..GausatadbyyourWemun'. : :
7-31-5t Superv'-sor: of Registration. ZINC :
1 .tned what the hunter supposed to be with Evangelist Ernest House to have TRUSS RODSSTAY SHEETS. r- __ __ _' .

'f a raccoon, but he could: not see it him preach'' morning and night each' COUNTY TREASURER'S REPORT BOLTS

'Supposing it to be in the hollow. tree, of :the. first four Sundays in Anger To the honorable board of county STRUCTURAL SEEDS SED

he chopped down several trees and and'the :)Bradford County Conventionof commissioners of Bradford county, f
t was so tired out that he started home, Christian churches meets in theChristian Florida IRON WORK -
:: Cow or Field Peas Velvet Ben Sorgh
OF ALL KINDS ;
and then declared, "No, Mr. Coon ;
,
church
at Starke the
5th I the
on undersigned treasurer of said
> you'll not outdo me., Fll Millet. Just Received Stork'of New
summon helpsad @
sa Saturday and Sunday in August county, beg leave to. submit the following OAKCHERRY

get you ,et." So Mr.W. A. Star- Rev. House will preach at the report for the month ending CYPRESS Crop, all Varieties, of J Turnip, !1

&HE went to help ink.while theyw.ereat Christian church next Sunday June 30 .
morn 1914: Seed Garden Seed
1 I .. MAHOGANY Poultry f.k.
the trees where the supposed Mr. ,
:.j lug on "Are You Ready to Meet General Fend
: > L 'Coon: was,'a monstrous wild cat Same God?" and at 7:45 next Sunday night Tune June 29 1,,to to amt amt on reed band of 744.82 WHITE PINE AND Feed and Supplies; Incubators !_.

,l c 99 and growled,at them. Mr. Strick- his topic will be "The UnpardonableSin. June 30, to amt reed B.W.M.V.Dowling Knott 679.69 7S.80 LAUNCHES ALL HARD WOODS Oldest established and largest Seed House Jin Florida.- ,

.f-. land .fired. at her but she, was too ." "
,.." Total _._ DORIESSKIFFS for illustrated Catalogue 1 p
1498.SI ,
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l: I e 1et of foot tor him."So tins time hit e June 30. by amt paid 1589.51

: ran to:jummoii'more help'and. more BIRTHDAY PARTY.A ---- E. A. MARTIN SEED CO. -
July 1,
by amt overdraft BUILT
y 44 clogs, and while he was goVe one of birthday'party was given at'th e Fine and Forfeiture Fund. 91.20' 206 East Bay St JACKSONVILLE,9
I- the,old cat's young ones cam,up andJIr. home of Mrs. Dora Tison, at Raiford June 1. to amt reed W. V.' Knott4.45 TO ORDER _
June ,
30 '
to amt reed
W. V. ,
Starling shot and killed at It in honor of her son, A very Tison, who June 30, to amt reed B. M. Dowling Knott- 16S 7.69.00 BOILERS
was larger than a large house 'cat celebrated his twelfth birthday. Jane !lO. to amt.reed S. B. Denmark T.OO AND TANKS
returned with jThose present were Misses Leila Tune '?', to amt J'l'Cd S. B, Denmark 82.n MADE TOYOUR
When Mr. Strickland rune to apt mad Q ". ""nmaplr '
son
s I i the dogs, they missed getting the Byrd, Gladys Cranford, Vesta, Reynolds '- 11111e rune ,no to amt nerd $. ftenmart 27.62 .
:i0 to amt teed A.
large eat, but are planning to cap ,Annie Vivian Graham, Beulah June 3D,* to amt reed W. R T. J1el'llark Reaves. .214.5 I.M ORDER iijFitIize

tare,her.Thursday. Mr. Strickland's Mann, 'Dora Johnson. Masters'War Total Competent Workmen For Road Won F

coons turned out to be wildcats. ren Graham, Markillee Johnson,'R. L. June 80, by amt paid out_ """' 594 445.0 51< At All Times.MERRILLSTEVENS .
June 1, by amt ___
overdraft _
Miss Carter and little brother 10.0S
ttosa
I X41 Sapp, Wilbert Mann and A very Tison. p; .
1 Clyde, spent Sunday with,their aunt, The candy was won by Miss Vesta July 1. to amt General on hand School_Fund 1S9_.34 COMPANY..... ,;; l'I

:. ;Mrs. H. B. Hudson. Reynold. Very amusing games were cane 1.,to amt on band ----'--14578 76 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA : .....,
June 29, to amt reed W. V. ; .t!;
,1 Mr. Noah Carter.and family have Knott 62o 0'u"e
played. Music,was given by Miss Lei .
30. to ant reed W V. Knott- 108.41 '
moved into the little cottage on the Ia Byrd. June 30, to amt reed B. M.Dowling; 2'<<14.79 'f: t' i"i"t.

s Highland road just. west of Mr. FredLang's. At a late hour/they departed.reported AU Total --. 17144.31 FINEST( WE HAVE SEEN : ARE BEST \; "
.
tone 30, by amt ,
paid
time. Ice and out-1172bec :
I a good cream '
.
o ,
r 4 Mr. Asa Tanner, of Jacksonville, served. ... ,'-', FCRCROPS .}
; cake were July 1. to amt on baH .._2420.48 ... i:
?; was visiting his sister, Mrs. Charity -Read and Bridge Fund ; ,

w ,Starling,'the past week. I Mrs. H.- C. Richard has received a June"-"p 1?,9.to to amt amt on reed band w.. v. wv.ltr.7246.37 Iaya / ,< 5'ALL I r

Mrs. Lilly Wilkinson via a business copy of the San Francisco Examinerfrom June 30.' to amt reed W. V. Knott 85.18 ,. : ."

1; .viiitor to Mr..,H. J. Taylor's Friday I If I her sister, Mrs. Alice V. 'Hil Jane June 30 SO. to to amt amt reed reed S.B. R.M.Denmark Dowlinj: 1847.78 21.00 ; Write fur C&Wogue.'. lF'

evening. 'I I Hard, who is visiting her son in San vane R0, to curt teed R. R. TVn...s-V A*At ., <""<
June 30, to amt reed S. B. Denmark 18.20Totnl .' "
..e Wonder who realises: the rain has Francisco The Paper contains an account U.f ,1f=
i.
caused the mosquitoes to bite! ,I for i I of the ceremony of the forma] Jane 30..by amt paid out _____ 3085.89 9110.Bt ,.. :4J 1'1''f'f

one,'dont like mosquitoes much. conveyance of the deed.to the site for
July 1. to amt on band ..._..._.._. 6244.82Baildiaff
the Florida building at the Panama- ..... ':
:
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MAXYILLE Pacific exposition. Mrs. Hilliard was June 1. to amt on hand 1604.47 Evansville, Ind., July 17, 1913 INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER
t Yr.t G. E..Field, of Whitehonse was June 29. to amt reed W. V. Knott8.11 '
The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0.
r C' present on this occasion. The flag of June 30, to amt reed W. V. Knott 16.57
Jane 10, to amt teed B. M. Dowling SS5.97 Gentlemen: We would not do without 'if'wE'SELL
Florida was raised and saluted and JACKSONVILLEI 1A.

i-: AUSTWDittA I I I after the ceremony the flag was givent Total __.. 1984.0 2 your Man-Power Sprayer any
'P : Mrs. Jane 30, by amt paid,out .._,._. ,19.08 more.' It is the finest we have evereen SEED POTATOES
Billiard to be herb
There ate soc+e people who still resort kept by until .! -
alcoholic 1915. July I, to amt on band 1945.84 in this city at present. The -
at >
dragged
pin or -
:! 'ry.- ; J1J1ftCul.cdda'Ia& W L -, Ttme 1. to amt on band 36531.00 people that have seen your sprayer' v t,1 rear
"*,:. 4 dkaffitir. and who bow that the pare, W. C. T., U. CONVENTION. Jane 29. to amt reed W. V. K1I ttIL49 at our place think very much ,of it -
daitttated 1IIIIIIriaIuaat in Scott 'une SO, to amt reed W. V., Knott '
4105
'''i;{:JH: 1\ 'BssaUoa is eminently better,but refrain (Continred From PJ.f 'ene SO. to amt reed B. M. Dowl'nr! 1318.23 and well pleased to see it work at oat' WHERE I & .
0 iron taking becuue they fear it Thursday:: morning all the delegatesa '1'1' "), to amt reed Lawtey bend place. Yours truly, ,
,, i fi; lit may mnney ....1182800( Florida State Caller Fcr Wtiaea.
"":" 35;'lead to excessive fatarobelityo', 1'Pde loving frrpwell to the hoar THEODORE BUCHHOLZ College of arts and sciences,
*w r ir- 1- This.tea mistaken idea,because Scott' 'of Total 4E517.8? school of music, school of
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k. .k! g"' ., ctnlIgthaatJleD11before Ie'peop1e' Hirii Soring' hoping' 'snie S0. to amt paid out ______ 1952.68 For Sale By art. extension division graduate ,
t1r4 ; JIIIkia tlesb.-' (ta bIood-fonaiDgpoper-, -wei"" some. dav to have the pleasuref FERNANDEZ ern gymnasium with.. swimming
} R. S .
a'y 1, 'to la' on hnady._ 4.5.5.ll'niaare ball and tennis courts; new
+; '! { Ute aid natnre to throw off sickness '* their ; ,
SJ- jr @ by visitiBfi' f".itcity.. Fund. \ bnildi 6., beautiful csntpns 1
t!' ; ;t{ tbi 4h g health from its very tonrce,and MRS. GRADY 'x.t 1. to alt on handne : ____ 6VJ10 all modem_conveniences new:.d Jv"C
'\ it:*tit '''1a fanned only by ttscoatinoed use.' .'. 30. to- a"1t .reed B. M. Dow!!a? J2S 63! Spraying Mai. hines- insecticides' and'kitchea most hygenic"ia
ft'E : Avoid alcoholic substitute for :}.f r.nFFI ---- yonn* women from 49 count!.*'.
l t"-iJttt: .SCOTTS..the.Tekgraph .tal .. 'dais.t STARKE;. f !ast station. .Tuition free in
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