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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t Ceaprchensive Statement Given + STAKES THEY FIGHT FOR. All Europe is in arms. + fc... : -

By Florida's Health + On throne hand" Austria Hungary and + ITALY REFUSES GERMANY'SAPPEAL + List of Persons Who FJMd; Their. l.
Germany are opposed
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+ Austria is fighting to put down + + D&t1s'
by.Russia, France and Great Britain
agitation for Slavic union among Servia and :Montenegro. In July *:
The of'the plague at New Italy has declared + Rome s-..:.- 3...>
presence ,' + her own subjects and to extend + her neutrality, but is mobilizing. Belgium Aug. 4.-Germany has +
: continues to be,the source of + made an appeal to Following is a, complete Est of the
:Orleans her influence in the Balkans. + Holland and Switzerland have mobilized., Italy to stand + .
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peat anxiety to health officials along Servia is fighting for her national + + with her, according to the Gior- + names of those who paid f their subscription -

itM.G nib and Atlantic,seaboard, and.their + ) life against Austria 'domination + The German demand that'the Belgium government should nale, d'Italia. The newspaper + dues to the TeleJ-faph..dur..,: : -. ,..

3 s;' + and to free 6,000,000 + permit the free passage of German troops + says the attention of the Italian + ing the. month of July: F( .' : ,
off the
efforts to ward contagion through Belgium
was R. S. Powell 1'-'
4' Serbs from the sway of Austria answered + government has been called to + J ; j I-. ,
i I from the infected ports are unrelaxed. by hasty preparations to resist such W. J. Forsyth |, '
; + Russia must protect her Slav an advance across + what Germany describes as hostile l -. \r

I Fit is well to understand' earn tly + brothers in Servia and establish Belgian territory. + acts on the part of France Al Muse. t; ..'.: '

ii jjfte, United States government medical a commanding sphere of influence + Sweden has made no answer to + which the.German government + Will Lewis. I S' ; } '_
of'the situation inquiries from Russia and R.-H..Patch. s ,
jfejSeen jn charge + asserts constitute .
i + in the Near East. + case coming ,!
1 Naw,'Orleans, working, 'not only + Germany, ,Austria's ally, is + Germany regarding her attitude, but is preparing to defend her, + within the terms of the treaty of + M.-M. Crosby., s
j if' to eradicate the disease, but also esrptrially neutrality. alliance G. W. Andersen. '
; *sworn to come to her aid when + even though on account +
f :to confine it to the limits of j + of these acts the declaration > J. L..Parmenter. !.
+ Austria is attacked. More than Japan is making of ; ,
'thf Loni fonft city. L ready to live up to her alliance with + Mrs. S. Sydbote: "' ;
Great
war came from
+ this, Germany must keep.Russia Germany. The + '
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The commerce of New Orleans is.J' + from extending her power. Britain in case of eventualities. Giornale d'Italia says it under- 'J. C. Adkins:, 'j': -! -

J' .{aim by'vessels and by raiL. It is Spain is stands the Italian J. M. Mintoru t -
\ + France is an ally of Russia and + reported to be preparing a government+ c
i. possible for the infected rat, with hisI proclamation of neutrality + will not M. W. Mann. }i
+ hopes always for the recovery of + Austria change .its attitude of +
[i harden of fleas to transmit the diseaseiffa + Alsace-Lorraine from Germany. Hungary for the moment has retired from her campaign + neutrality. + Mrs'.J.J.WethiEftton. '

T r human victims, to travel by either I + Italy is an ally of Austria, and I against Servia for the purpose of holding back Russia + Mrs. J. B. Crow.*i'l
rroute! to distant cities and ports, and and *** W. B. Kuhl
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+ must in addition preserve her + Servia has mobilized with ***+
||iboth' Cutlets are being guarded by own influence 'Albania.. Bosnia the reported intention of invading Lee Miller J'; .

Ithe most advanced scientific practice.j ,, N. St rnberg. ij .
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In: ::reply to inquiries by Florida's, balance of power in preserve Europe must + UNITED STATES Mrs. R. 1.. Spark(; an. r
Officer for a statement of --- H. J. Leverett.
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+ see to it that, the sea power other ;
j. j Itjhate methods, the following reply, + allies Russia and France, +. GREAT WARS OF THE J. A. McDonald. |i
.tinier. date of July 24, from Assistant WORLD lOBE NEUTRAL H. N. Hodges.. \;.
,does not suffer at Germany's* ...
: orfeon'General W. C. Rucker of the J. L. Brown. | .,T'
hands. Germany is also +
States Public Health England's Conflicts in Which J. E. Benton. .
ipaited leap + great naval rival.. Nations Have Engaged in the Last Large bodies of men have been i' ; ,
,charge of the work at New Ors gathered S. Roebuck. {t.I. .
; + + by German, French, Servian, .
:b to Florida. Ten Centuries S. B. '
important ***** 1111111111'l ***** Russia and British representatives Hankinson.. t
E 1' jiJfNme eases of human plague have i and preparations being made to U. D. Miner. J

starred, the first being' found on GREAT.WARS. i transport them abroad. In some quarters .A. S. Crosby. | j .<. ,

Jme"19,1914.[ Of these nine cases GERMANCABLECUT Name. Date. RESULT t it is contended that this is a vie B. W.Hodges, i{*':- "

:1 tae are,dead. Eight cases of rodent Hundred years in France___13371453 English lation of the neutrality law. Officials "'A. C. Odom. I 'r" ,
been found." These lose all their possessions in W. K. .
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:plague have BRITISH h '
France ere,,however, hold that such activities
but
ass at.the present writing, July .30, i.Anstro-Swiss ----_:-----___1385-1389 Swiss Calais. do not come within the inhibited Fred Cloversettlf j ..
lav been increased to thirteen human Direct cable communication with win independence. J. H.
Roses .. lson.J I
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England ______1455-1485 setting foot of
on
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cases and twenty infcfted rata) Germany has been stopped. .. York supplants House of tion. G. G. Ware. : ,

: '"A force of 190 nao'vnder the direction The German Atlantic cable lines Lancaster. > N. E. : ,.
Civil Roberts.
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in France----_______1562-1593 .In construing the law the Supreme
'of six officers'is now'at work from New York to Emden via the Spanish Netherlands Edict of Nantes., C. L.. Carter. I ,1, .
I 1567-1609 court has held that it does not Ix ,
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tripping,rats In an endeavor map ,Asorea/haye i been cut at some point made independent of ."the T. P. Ward. ; t i

exactly ,the area of rodent Wee- east'of the Azores, possibly by British Spain. transportation from this Mrs. C.'S. McCo :.. r.
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Thirty years _________1618-1648 country in the same ship of few ,,or ; ,
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--- Freedom ,
The of .
I tan,;A thorough outgoing quarantine warships. Commercial Cable Co., religious faith. Peace \ : -W. D. Dukes, Jr. ". _
k hdogmaintained'of'vessels clear which operates the'American end of of 'Westphalia, many men whose known intention before W. B. Tison. '
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Cfvil, in England _____.1.1642-1660 leaving our shores iso e
feg this port both for foreign and do- this line, made the announcement of Establishment of the Commonwealth. engagein S..Prescott :: -
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the Spanish Succession_____-...1701-1714 Treaty of hostilities against a force of a foreign ; ; .J!' ; ;
j'.tic and cutting and refused to Utrecht. ,
; ports. Shipmasters agents accept messages -, H. A. BranneD.' l P'r' .
Swedish Russian_________ provided that such'men i'i
1700-1709 power
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art noticed that vessels must be Germany. was denied j F. B. Johns. f!
,I fnded off_8 feet from wharf and the that the fines had been cut by British I Austrian Succession_____1740-1748 Peace of Aix-la-Chapelle. do not constitute a military expedition M. W. Lee, Jr.' r: .,. .

4 gangways mast, be guarded at all warships'on this side of the Atlantic. Seven Years----------___1756-1763 Peace'of Paris. Prussia holds port or a military enterprise." .. S. C. Crews.' .!!! ..
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Neutrality of the United States ia .. .
tbnes and raised at night when ship Thee cable. ,was working according to of Silesia. W. 'ft7 ft'. Baisden.Ii\ ;3
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.i"knot actually working cargo. Veseh'are the announcement; as far, as the A- Revolution, American.17751783 Peace of Paris. Independence of the the great proclaimed European by was President has been Wil formally -. M.H..Chancey.. '{ } t !II f ..

sores English '
a fumigated thoroughly for rat French colonies. H. W. Raiford. JjW. -

:' ...attraction, and a certificate to that Charles H. Adams,second vice president Revolution.17921799" Successful resistance to reinstatement son. B. McKinney. JS L; :"" 'i ,
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(s7tct is given the master of the ves- of the Commercial Cable Company of the Bourbons, on the French Reciting the fact that "a state of L. A. Reynolds f i; '
exists ,
id' said there was no trouble with ,throne.' war unhappily between Austria R. C. Peeples. '

1."Au this I work, is being done under the reilar Commercial Cable Com Napoleonic ------------_-1800-1815 Revives Europe and places France in Hungary and Servia"and between Germany Perry Browning I' : ,; ,

) the immediate supervision of a medi- pany's lines which run from New first position. and France, the Presidentwere Polly Bailey. ': x" .

;I' ed oftcer of the service.. In cases of York to Nova Scotia" and thence to United States-England-----1812.1815 United States entirely independent of given notice that any misconduct ::1. H. D. Wasden. i :' '

; ,wieli.fir the smallest respect fail toeeoply points on the English coast. Communication Great Britain. eigners resident in the United States James Padgett. i _

| ,with all of these regulations a with England over these Greek Independence________1821-1828"Independence of Greece secured. against violating the neutrality laws. 'E. T. Stewart. ; . '

,Mta is made on the face of their portwdtary lines ,is 'still being maintained., No Mexican --------------1846-1847 Boundaries established. Citizens of the United States abroad T. C. Hazen.i .'' .

U statement that they have not hope was held out, however, for any Crimean ---------------_1854-1856 Peace of Paris. r were given notice that any misconduct ', Rena Marr. "' I' ., ;

;,' _plied with outgoing quaranieiulsUons tine immediate restoration communication Italian -_-----_-------__1859Peace' of Villafranca. on their part would be at their own Dr. J. Poehls. .. *' r
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in force at this port; and with( Germany. Civil, United States-_______1861-1865 Abolition of slavery peril ., -VS* jol'?

BO eertifieate of fumigation is given Seven Weeks--___________1868Prussia defeats Austria and bfloml'I. It' bas been a foregone conclusionthat SCHOOL. OPENS SEPTt 14. .," .: .-' 1 1 fI
if e. Floridians In Europe. I --- ------- the United States would be J >.
; There has been disposition supreme in Germany. neutral I J... ;; .t"

bathe part of some foreign vessels toM Cablegrams from Senator'Fletcher: Franco Prussian' ______.1870Germans' defeat French take Paris and in this connection virtuallythe All Of The Teachers. Hate Been' -' :: '. '

e'IiWe careless in placing their say,he is bottled up in Paris. Other 1 and add Alsace and Lorraine only problem that has presented .Employed. -, i '-<( 1'

1nt't'aat
$dlf overcome!, and you may be as- Europe are: J. M. Carson, of Jacksonville Russo Turkish__________1877Peace of San Stefano. Treaty of has been furnished by the activities of The Starke school will Men'f ,., ';$;t

E sated tbat _. no' case ,will a "ccrtifi- ; Mrs. A. A. Cockrell of Jacksonville Berlin. diplomatic and consular agents of the day, September 14. It Is.cppn zpected. %' .z. :=Yx .t. x

aste be issued to any vessel that has ; and Mrs. Thomas'F.. West Chinese Japanese________1894-1895 Treaty of Shimonosekl contending powers in rounding. up! that the new hOOl-build n :will'be'j :

,. art fully complied with ali the regula- and daughter, of Tallahassee. Spanish American. _______1898- Independence of Cuba, ceding to Uni- their reservists in America. ready by that time., All thejteachersfor : i't:1 i.:-
Fiona outlined above.ilfThere Senator Bryan is interesting' the : fK
ted States of Philippine Islands and the term of 1914-15 have been em _
ii no cause for alarm either State Department in behalf of. the Porto Rico. MISSIONARY SOCIAL. ployed. There is no doubt $at.Prln- 1': '

1 fc fluV port 'or in foreign places. Floridians abroad. Carson is believedto England's. war with Boers1899-1902 Annexation of the Transvaal and Or- The members of the Woman's.Mis rips 'A. D. Kean will h.tveian[ abler 7' ; x ?

| u addition! Dr. Rucker sent a tele- be in England and not in immediate ange Free State by England. sionary Society were most pleasantly and loyal corps of .teachersto'uph; : {1:' ii ;.

n Regarding the situation at New need. Russian Japanese________1904-1905 Japan reacquires control of Korea, W.entertained White at the home of Mrs. J. his hands in the work. | r'.- ,,'l *. ? .41. t:
under date of on Wednesday afternoon.
July 25th in
Port Arthur Miss Susie '
-' REPAIR SHOP.J. and Liaotung Pe ranThe occasion was also the Darby has l-esMd as f! f <
as follows: sula. \ regular teacher of the second deS: :
(:professional and'oi6 B. Florrid, the gun and lock- Turkish business and literary meeting of the j| jne harf
+ si opinSilsthAt Italian _____1911-1912 :
--- Autonomy of the accepted
smith, has opened his repair shop in Tripolitan province month.. a position ia the ,l.Jhoof\
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traffic between
passenger the Pace building next door to the restaurant -/ -f 't. of Libya. \ Mrs. B. R.-Witkovs1 New Smyrna. Miss Selma-Johns, of #
iw Orleans and Florida Balkan Was the lad
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Turkish
may be per- _______1913- -
Realignment of Jasper has been
and just back of Mitchell'sDrug territory. in Balkan substituted 'o.r Miss '
**d to continue without danger to States. er and presented to fte society some Darby. .. I *. ,
1ilinds: In'the bubonic type of the Store on Thompson street, and marvelous results of faith in the missionary t. f -
Miss
t' tse'and in the absence of sue I is now ready to serve the people. All 1.- -- work. Blanche Pattishawl, cfoGeneva 4 i-
Ir1 insects :kinds of gun work and repairing and "The Strides has been engaged to teach' the :' f
the human being is a OPPORTUNITY Rapid of Missions iiAfrica"
'' :1 upholstering of fine furniture OF THE DOLLAR AT HOME fiftb'grade.-----.
'.Alible factor in transmission of a'spec was the general subject of a ,
!p ague. Ninn cases here have been !.ltJ.' Many thanks to everybody for number of papers read by Mrs. L. A. i I has'. Dowling, of Tr<|/:, AIa.;\' 3't q,

Mbamt 1_ one septicemic and none past favors. Come to, see me in.my Opportunity beckons at every.man's; door. Davis Mrs. B.. T. Rape, Miss Olive been elected as second II "Distant! .
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seas Latter form not found in shop.. Providence never permits that a single one be missed. Ray, Mrs. F. H: Long, Miss Cassie principal j: : I. t ,

g"etirrates At present time have Respectfully, But how many of us grasp that opportunity. White and Mrs. Phillips.In FOR SUPREME -

x lel!' iddef inspector and thirtyeightinsoectors J. B. FLORRID. Look around you for a time and think. Look at the condition the general discussion which fol If Florida democrats COURf.want feo .4 -

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? nt inspecting out ly of our community and think again. lowed it was observed that the mov the name of a,distinguish Pierre present .
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overland freight cars, prior to "Believe that quarantine of human True, we have much to be thankful for, but it might be a hun ing pictures of the Passion Play a ridian to President Wflsoq, ;f for'ap--. i, ;; k
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;S determine whether dred fold better IF helping to convert people in
rat- passengers and freight is unnecessary. WE IMPROVE OUR OPPORTUNITIES. many pointment as associate pustice aif,the '
jtlad a d rat free Treight inspect ." Take the one item of the Africa. Federal \
money in circulation in midst supreme court, they .
cur could ,
!$fail save purpose and where liable The State Health Officer observe I The dollar that stays at home will help improve Miss White-presided at the piano. unite 'with ..spirit on Hon. '
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roads Jaij
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rats; is repacked Loading the disease build schools and churches After a short business session the Wills ,
in Havana, and the meth make local improvements, build the judge of the, Eight J dicta ;

.aplI.-o'Os Teals under 9bservition of inspector ,! ods there practised to destroy the town and may some day find its way into your cash boa up society enjoyed a most delightful sal- Circuit.", Judge Wills,ia'-one:;! f, the v :' :a
tad
| labels The dollar *d course followed by ice ; '.
cars that cream find
ret population of is most learned .
that goes of
:- r city. At New away gone forever. the legal ,pro: ?s on'1;
=:"plidhthat you direct localport Orleans, Florida is If we keep the same dollars at cake served by Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs Florida and his : ,:' '
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represented by Dr. home'they will help us to have Olin ability'on the bench v, ;,, :
yourA to del Kennedy of the better roads in our Of White and Miss White. fs of the ,
State Board of Health county. course, the mail order man highest rank. 'He'tasiJheT'1judicial : : ,.
a anltatx. atttement af aM and by three his taxes in the city which pays Mrs. White is,noted for her hospitality mind. '' : '
trained observers'fromthe helps to pave the streets of the city Without donltt.ea, *. 1
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r' iieidD, facrbtate'our.JMd1 sear but here in and this occasion,was one of the ; ; ; ti 4
offices we Starke
of the don't benefit torneys of Florida could
Board who that. '
are by Therefore, the best unite: osb+ 'L ; : c1
iiamigation. most enjoyable 'of the in 1"1. J :::
r education'ard'aetively studying first hand the .situation andthe'uVs. thing for us to do is keep our money at home, where it will do us circles. year- missionary fag his condidaey as on.no/4lie; m ad. .'>,.. t,. X
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of public
; : PttblioiHealth some good. in the state.-Palatka :J: -
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esiare co opettt., ire being:afforded i Mrs. J. C.'Pnvett aad t ., .:;:
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every-opportunity taking the first step in .the. pushing of this community on to nee division of the Seaboard, has been Paul : ., : .i.fji., 5
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: tf this.sejvjee commercial. prosperity. promoted for thirty days to the .... -1:
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: FlQrida.mat WHO ,THEM BY IN FAVOR OF THE of trainmaster in the place. of Oy ..,p '
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bL any emergency that ',THAT OFFERS THFM THE OPPORTUNITY :PriveEtia'stAt4shild; "t!-.i 11 :. '
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3 '. unaware that'there dwells in the Cattle will be' one of Florida'sgreatest The o land of. the fabled "Fountain ofYouth" be"tipped .fat flu good order,and yon will obtain the desired result; ..teed.
;( ;: assets.' beautiful bad", for allowed tent espcciaDyflvoamkwiftttefrainratiooadoseofSTOCK r.
.fastness of 'the Florida Everglades of waving. palms, '
,.r one ,of the most interesting and/picturesque The Herald made this' statement flowers, the bluest of skies, and per- BiCBwCBvQ--- Herbs !nags v- H.steer, &

bands of,American.aborigines several years ago.and each year has petual sunshine., A state' that has may follow. Nuaerag Bee De e D.zaImf.",!t. '
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mark. Sanford men who have more beautiful resort hotels than any moan, and other fatal dls- .
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V separate and distinct from thee white been engaged in the, cattle businessfor other in the Union, where .the rich eaaes, tsa be traced tack to t appetite&Ip1 d ,llti0p,. 4At!oar deslet's, '

F i 11 race' as when Columbus first held -years have always made good can spend the winter season in luxury cold. At the Brjt sign oft

; man on the'shores"of ,Cuba These money but the biggest money ,is yet 'or the man of moderate means odd, protect yourself by
t to be 0 made when. the better systemof thorougnlf tag yew f .
: the remnants of the one time
are can find excellent accomodations system with a few doses ofTieFonrs
1 mighty nation of Seminoles, who'.defied feeding, eradicating ,the cattle
'' ,e the United States'government tick and breeding to better beef within his reach, and, added to it,

: cattle takes the place of the former and without cost, the most magnificent -
t for more than a half century and persistently i
"t refused colonization. haphazard methods of allowing the winter climate on the globe.

T, j While the numerous wars and rattle to roam at, will. The Toso- Between Jacksonville and Miami, a BLACK-

? forced emigrations have reduced hatchie ranch .company composedof distance of 360 miles, are some'of

: !,:, their numbers to a few hundred,their Sanford men and organized several the most magnificent and charming Our Latest -
and months made a long step in resorts. In the center of the state are u
'mode of living, disposition customs ago
the direction when they others just as attractive, but without DRAUGHT
'' are in. many respects the same right pur- -
chased thousand the sea air, and, accordingly, drier. Developmenti
as when ,the haughty DeSoto sailed over twenty acres
: intoTampa bay"in 1539. of good grazing lands and fenced it, On the west. coast many more just as s '
popular as those on the east coast or the old reliable, vegetableliver !
L The Seminoles live to themselves, Then they added over4000 head of i :
; avoiding contact with the white race good cattle and since that time in the central portion are to be found powder.Mr. ,
t
?' : .'as much as possible, and seldom, if have been busy adding the finest the warm water of the gulf, affording Chu A. Ragtand, o< t

ever, take whites 'into their confidence bulls they could burehase and studying protection from .sudden changes. Madison Heights,Va., says:
Finest Winter Playground.It "I have been using Thed-
f the catle business from
and on account of the almost .every 4
inaccessible nature of the country in angle. These gentlemen know the would be hard indeed to finda ford's Black-Draught for sprdlltI. fj lfSf'
in the statethat did have stomach troubles indigestion ,
I which they live, little is known of needs of the business and the big resort not. ;
their intimate, home life. Unlike the I packers are' clamoring 'for 'Florida sufficient attraction to .hold that and colds and find it to ; ; ADDING AND SUBTRACTING 0 .
medicine I '
be the best
,
I Northern visitor the winter very
beef the Tosohatchie ranch will be during -
Indians of the have ,
west they
persistently I I
used. It makes an old .
I I- refused any assistance from among the first in the state to reap season. ever [ T
America's most attractive winter man fed like a young one. !
the benefits of better culture and ypeWflerI
the government, saying in response to ij5
t Insist on Thediord's, the :!
playgrounds are in Florida. Here the r
better cattle. The "cattle businessof 4
a offers, for their support, "We only
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and genuine.
original
3 want to be let alone." Florida is destined to take placein followers of golf and tennis'can find I t (WARE ADDING MECHANIst)
links and courts at all the
the front ranks of principal
They have no written language, yet our many
advantages state. The' resorts. The waters of the state fur- l' it is-the computing typewriter the
: keep alive the traditions and history as .a farming HERE ,
: 1 of the tribe. The events of the 'seven much dispised Florida razor back nish the finest of fishing, boating i typewriter, the typewriter which '.

( year war are still vivid in their campfire hog and lean Florida cow will and bathing. There is hardly a day } writes and adds on the same page, tKsjtypewriter1;; t
the winter months when surf
i. memories, and the little picanin- soon be displaced by a cross betweenthe during FLORIDA COOL IN SUMMER. i which prevents errors, stops leaks anE cuts half ..;
cannot be in with
'nies ara taught from infancy to avoid native and the imported and bathing indulged i -- the labor in all b'ranches'of accolW 'ng work., :
S any semblance of intimacy with a from that hybrid will spring a fine pleasure.She There is no better and can be no bet- '-. ..
; race which, through the violation of stock that will fatten easy and thriveon inland lakes and rivers fur- ter climate than Florida. People expect .; Bear in mind also that it's a Smith Premier 7rwriter, bmk
1 the vast praries of the St. nish excellent bass fishing, while the cn Smith Premier principles eat iff and iAit
the most sacred rule of warfare, "the upper a fine winter;climate in Florida roe for every
flag of truce" captured and impris- Johns river and the pine forests ad- salt sea fishing on both the east and but few of the winter visitors know of ?.a baracter. |!,

oned for life their matchless warrior joining. west coasts, has been pronounced the our incomparable summer climate. : This feature has always meant simplicity. ?fli ,the Smith

chieftain, Osceola, ands hs} brave The cattle business in Florida is best in American waters. This summer has been especially fine, Premier Adding and Subtracting Typewriter itjjieans a new,;

staff. The tribe is taught that the only in its infancy and. no 'man can Good quail shooting can be foundall the nights being remarkably cool and ; factor of simplicity, for no double function is evci performed by

: whites are lacking in'honor, or in the prognosticate on the future profits. over the state, with plenty of' the days delightful in the shady spots any adding key I j II'|
deer wild and wildcats in the
Seminole language, holowagus (no The following from the Jacksonville turkey where the cooling breezes from gulf No trouble to break in operators on this sID .

$ good.) Metropolis in a despatch from Kis-I dense forests of the Everglades. and ocean vie with each'other in mak- ; Any good typist bound to be a good adding tyhnsi 7ready made.

a The present Florida Indians are the simmee shows the trend: Ducks, too, are found in large numbers ing the lot of the Floridian the most ; Send for our new illustrated booklet "It Jj&uitd Sultrattt,

t 4 descendants of that invincible tribe The Cudahy packing houses of and in the marshy places jacksnipe comfortable on earth. Our climate, mils To* 11'ritt." !\\ '

who were never completely con- : Kansas City were represented in and plover are plentiful both winter and summer could not be .1

In the year 1559 there were Kissimmee this week by Mr. Bowen, Inland Waters Inviting.The any better if it were hand made by the Smith Premier Department

said to be only 112 Seminoles in Florida one of their representative buyers inland lakes and rivers fur- weather bureau. Rcmioctoa Typewriter Cotaptay o'
il. 4' who in this section for the inviting to canoeists, many of the not BiimUBimiO I ;
but during the long period of was pur- People do leave Florida to get
lakes and streams too shallow for 226 W. Bay St., Jacksonvfllef Fla.
.. t peace with the white race their numbers pose of looking over the cattle sit- cooler, weather, but only for a changeof ,
: uation in view of estimate passage of yachts and motor boats, a -
.have increased until there are making an climate and scenery. Half of the
now between 500 and 600. ,These are of the number of cattle which. furnishing good fishing and wild fowl people who rush for the big cities of

st divided into four bands-the Miamis, could be purchased in this section. shooting. For sport and recreation the north to cool offfind the weather Y

the Okeechobees, the Tallahasseesand Mr. Gowen stated to E. L. Les- the' state is particularly inviting, nad much warmer and more uncomfortable

the Big Cypress. These .bands ley that the Cudahy'a would take boats, dogs .and guides can be obtained than they could possibly have it in i. =

bare Dot been governed bf any "great all the available cattle from the at nearly. all resorts without Florida. The discontented American ,

thfef for about ten. years, ** .w.& [rancies in this section from one b'DDD public demands_a change every summer -*; I
formerly their custom, but each band thousand head up to ten thousand The fishing in Florida waters is and this accounts in part for the FavoriteFertiSizersARE

has its leader, whose duty is to preside head or more. In fact they were superb. It embraces so many varie- exodus of Florida people to points in
for to all the cattle that ties that it is difficult to enumerate .
purchase
at councils administration of ready the..north. Any change is good and
the unwritten law of the* Seminole could be secured here. Furthermore, them. In the clear water of the east the vacationist who takes a trip north

tribe .thai from time immemorialhave the 'Cudahy's are not stipulatingonly Coast are found the king fish, bara- by easy stages, win be benefitted by .

been handed down from genera- the best brands, but are ready couda, Spanish mackerel, drum, bluefish the change of scenes and all of them '

tion to generation. and willing to take all cattle that bonito and amberjack and many are more contented to return to Flor-

I Many of the Seminole braves are will serve for beef.It others seldom seen on the west coast. ida where life is really worth the liv- BEST d <<

; types 'of' physical excellence. Their is apparent that cattle are becoming On the west coast the waters are ing.-Sanford Herald. qr

native dress consists of a* tunic of more and more in, demandand more cloudy and are inhabited by the r I -- FOR

various bright 'gaudy .colors with the people of the west are turn- bass, snapper yellow tail, blue fish PLANNING FARM WORK AHEAD. I ,

which buckskin: leggings and moccasins ing their attention to, Florida 'as a and pompano. The tarpon is found on ALL CROPS (

are sometimes worn. section that is in line to become one both coasts but earlier and more numerous As this is read the active season so

The squaws,wear a long, full skirt, if not the greatest cattle producing on the west coast Of all tar as the production of our staple 5Write for Catelocw. i!I

', which effectually hides their fair feet, countries in the United States. fishing that of tarpon fishing is the crops is concerned, will be drawing to .

: with a long sleeve waist They are Florida as a cattle country is rapidly fish in any known waters of the a close. It is true that some cultivation i Ij :;

.1 tery* well behaved, modest and shy, gaining a reputation in all sections, world is as gamy or fights so. long, still remains to be done; but.at "j

i:r.. and of most correct morals. and to hold this distinction it will and a contest between' you and the most the farmer can .do little more -

It is believed by many white peo- become necessary for the cattle men silver king may cover several hours henceforth toward making the crop. INDEPENDENT FERT1LJACKSONVILLE ER CO;

.j 'pie, that the Seminoles have some to get together for and devote their before he is gaffed. If the present outlook is poor, if the

f secret remedy which is ak sure cure energies to the industry on a larger Many Smaller Varieties. stands are bad, and, unfavorable
'
f ';!! for the bite of a rattlesnake. Tom scale than at any time in the pastin There are so many other smaller va- weather,conditions appear to have cut ; ,p.

i m I 'Ti< these waters and which furnish ex- SELL SEED ATO tf .
S -r What does an Indian do when bitten mands. trouble may largely be attributed to -

t ,. ; 'b) a rattlesnake?" promptly replied From all the cattle producing cellent sport and food. There are a lack of vegetable matter-humus- .

y with a twinkle in his beadlike eye: states and countries the reports in- several varieties of sharks, which are .in the land and to a lack of adequate

,". ; S "He takes a big sleep." dicate a depleted stock on hand. In common everywhere. On many of i preparation. Now that the less strenuous FINEST WE HAVE SEEN Io.IiThitI

. : ; .They are said to be good traders, Kansas it is far behind owing in a the Florida keys large turtles are i days are here and we have some : :..r.i

f. having their price 0 on each article and measure to the effects of the big numerous and can be easily secured.In !time to look about us and plan the I Thu is a pretc! don prepared i eipecl
of the Florida resorts i for MALARIA Mr CHILLS 4 FI
persistently refusing to 'sell for less drought in that"state last season many I next year's work, the progressive Five or ux dose will break toy CMI
and clubs
Ivll than their original price. when many cattle succumbed to the there are shooting yachting farmer will begin to seek some way if taken thea u v;tonic the Fever w\\(

x ; Sofka, the principal diet of the dry weather and consequent lack of ball parks, where bood games are of avoiding a repetition of the losses return. It acton the liver better f
feed. played daily, and splendid drives for Calomel and dots not gripe or t! It sustained this
Seminoles is'prepared by year.
1: squaws. ""
and Some of theworld's
I motoring riding.
consists of 'meats and vegetables The cattle men in this section will Right now one of the/most profitable

: boiled together in a large kettle and get together and later in the season best automobile speedwaysare bits of planning any farmer can

R" i thickened with grits or cornmeal It make an,estimate of'the number,of to be found in the State. do is to arrange to plant some clover TiiLN1r

"' is usually eaten by the family and cattle that can be supplied from this One Round of Sports. this fall If a small patch was grown JMi j
> Social life centers in the magnifi-
t visitors from the kettle in which it is vicinity.-Sanford Herald. last year the acreage this shouldbe
'- which begin at the St Augustine pal- year Evansville, Ini, July 17, 1918
y cooked with a single large wooden increased and if none has hitherto
QUEER FINANCIERING. cent Florida hotels and the gayeties ; The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0.
? t .... '" I! spoon,each taking his or her, turn, a Chicago receives annually $7,152,000 atial hostelries and continue on dowp been grown by all means a small patch Gentlemen: We would not do with-
i. : t single spoonful often being passed should be planted. Bear in mind that
"' license money from saloons. Cook the coast to Miami and the "key" out your:. Man-Power Sprayer any 4g
a ; :. from one to another and supplying county, of whose 2,400,000 population resorts. All the pomp and circum- here w'c have reference particularlyto more.I It is the finest we have ever lmmeontaea> der io ar tartntheoeka colt sad

't.. two or three with mouthful Chicago has more than 2,200,000, pays stance demanded by society and a burr and crimson clovers, two great seen in this city at present The and achociyoa elyque.Uo tl.a+ejnwaat
.J. Year by.year we see the Seminole of winter soil builders that have proved people that have; seen your sprayerat racer
: $15,000,000 for the care its depen- continuous round of sports and en- arartar hardesl'
r crowded farther back into the Ever- dents, who, say the heads of institu- tertainments will ,be found at these successful on practically every well our place think very much, of it the locttkmotLKiaM.earthepctatioa Is solve
r ...,. :' .. glades.. The' government has dug tions, are to a large degree made dependent resorts. drained type of sojl in the south. We and well pleased to see it work at our TWa New of Jkiht CreAdm a anaee What W.e.Yona
canals from Lake Okeechobee want to emphasize too the In tiiatorl.
great import-
; place. Tours truly,
x because of the saloon. The Every variety of outdoor sport is rote! o r
1 1 5 to the coast, draining this section of ance of getting clover seed early, as THEODORE BUCHHOLZ.
; .,
outgo in actual money from the liquor possible and enjoyable in the Florida
; the Everglades, and the Indians have it seems almost certain now that the SoaooowS000
business is more than twice as muchas climate, and nearly every phase of For Sale By .
been to towerd demand will far outrun the I$54 usOOtt1oU.
.r compelled move on supply.
the income-to say nothing of cit outdoor,life has its enthusiastic dev- R. S. FERNANDEZSpraying Cost
the Cypress and it We here emphasizing this
Big are mat-
swamp, appears
K
'. izenship. And up till now the license votees, but golf remains the high Marhlnes and Insecticides tb
that the almost ter of cover of clover because
impenetrable a
even crop 0
system has regarded as good polit favorate. There are often a large th.aa.dieid.ichar'
.. S Everglades, 'the ancestral and ical and social economy! number 'of representative players as we have often said before, it is only STAftKE, FLA. > b u Suzoh.et .

7 rightful homes of the Seminoles, are the farmer with a rich, clovercoveredand Isis
hMtoo
present, and many tournaments and
-'- gradually passing form their posses THE NATION'S BURDENS. humus-filled soil that is ever to thin, op"M stront.
handicaps of international interest
sion.-Kissimmee Gazette.SIGNIFICEN'r make anything farming. These COFFINS CASKETS India p.pea W tjeManiasWelritrinaftRa.o
Human nature is not naturally crimInal take place on the various links of .the cover tltetion town
Crime is the result of degene- state-St Paul Pioneer Press. crops offer such a fertility that we AadBroULtMt* and.o eonven t to light saet

'. FACTS. racy, and degeneracy largely the believe no man is realizing on his opportunities Undertakers' .- Supplies hair tn.V etnei aditloo.i.rEgtl.at' s.d.

S On -ha1t of the American people result 'of the use of alcohol-alcohol Carpets and chairs are not so valuable who fails to grow them. wefghtoraegatu
t Always on hand. The best service -
1 : f :. now living in license territory live in having special affinity for those cells as boys and girls. Dust is.less Get in touch with reliable-grQwrs on sttrcc5 r.Wt.ewra.erIpti1 .
at the lowest iaI =
priceI.tJpe
; t four states-New York; Pennsylvania, which are the centers of self-control, to be deployed than a blemish on a and dealers at once and prepare to be-
j attention to Orders.
:; t "Illinois and New Jersey. Jurists in our own and other lands child's character. Open the,doors andwindows come a clover grower and soil builder. Telegraph- tesw .

: One-fourth of all the people who live agree that nine-tenthsof the crime in make the home attractiveto -The Progressive Farmer. Registered Embalmer s e.wrwen

+ t in license territory live in six cities- :ivilized nations would be abolished the children, give them the pleas- Huerta is now 'a man without a ,,I {iu -Sis

New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, St with the abolition of intoxicating bev ures due' them and they will be con but he is ., 4
Country, not without plenty
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Louis, Boston and Cleveland. erages. In other words, the,abolitionof tented and industrious, and more-than ,f his former country's coin and DcWITT JONES

>. One-half, 'of'aU the :saloons in the the liquor traffic would remove that they will be.so much in love there are plenty of, better countries, Soccanf: to G. C:Livingston& Co.' I II r'co

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',., I' > pay our. formers:to plant it in quantity STAY ON THE FAD AND,'BE

!" '. .-Ocala Star. TOUR OWN BOSS... I Y
t..o I
I. STATE NEWS.Ii l There is one thing we should like to
fJ IN'-E;
Ii j i Up to a few months ago it was generally -
.. ti bt : i thought that .Concord grapes urge very strongly in this issue, Mr.
I,"I could not be raised in Florida, but anyone Farmer Boy and that is that you stayon '

I: ;,ri"H.\"j" T '- Are.:'H- lppeeingAUOver .Florida who has seen or,tasted that delicious the.farm where you .can be your' }' ,
7" ; fruit that George Davitt has own boss, instead of'going off to the ;

i i r. :As Told'By.Oar Exchanges been bringing in from his farm west city to be somebody's,clerk;; or hired
f t f of town, will soon be convinced that
oj! rlf man-that
''of'..:. is.unJeu'JOu' have some
as fine Concord be raised
i .,' !" If, doubt exists that alfalfa grapes can special marked and definite talent
r ," I-ansnging,to build a 'any >> here if properly cared for as old New '
1.d.I. Bo1II! will luxuriantly in Orange county for some particular work. ,
; ': : 1 DiJe Joar; bisect.- grow York state tan produce Last Saturday
R ''' ...Py.aDd Fort Lauderdale I I.J t'l see the, fine,specimen on 'exhibition Mr..Davitt came in with a quantity It is true, coarse that the farmer
flour. draiD'i in the window of Lord A Brad- does not .now get all the profit he
... pnal will heJp.to ', of fresh fruit just out of his
iO, rNlti of a rU 'of the'rIch Shaw's' real estate 'office. The bunch vineyard and was not long in dispos- ought to get--nor all he is going'to :

1 lase wifcdarla&ds.] : There is muchiSCac shown there is nearly.four feet high ing of ,them at twenty cents per get-but it is also true that the work-

.i done to put the Everglades and seas grown by Mrs. J, E. Ensignon pound. The vines upon which they man in the country fares better than
her place a short distance southeast the workman in town. Read all
;[ shape for ."W11M were raised were set out a year ago you
lads. .iD' of town."InterJaehen,'" on Lake last February and are now thoughnot can, study all you can, and prepare '

'fteida'is destined to be the cattle Underbill. The alfalfa was not planted large, are yielding heavily. Mr. yourself to be a good farmer-a genuinely -
'or cultivated but the seed dropped wide-awake, progressive farmer .
titaU.' This may sound strange to Davitt now has two or three acres in
\ Se who have not been keeping upiHTenots from some imported feed and grew vineyard and expects to increase his and you will, nine chances put of
in Florida. The Mexi- wild. With proper planting and cul- acreage considerably another year. He ten, fare better than if you should go
,, t it would doubtless have to town.
tivation
the Panama
to* war, the opening of % has several different varieties set out "
trade even taller.-Orlando,SentinsL As we see it, the farmer's day is
i S.Gtaal and the nearby developed grown and all are doing fine. Mr. Davitt
w116 South American ports, makes states he Uses no commercial ferti- coming. The thought the world is 13
riiric 4* the natural cattle market of The recent conference of county superintendents lizer on his grapevines at all, but turned as never before to building up
t and school principals, the country. The government itself
tlw' Sottb.r simply cultivates and sprays them,
., held at Fort Pierce passed a resolu- and the climate and the soil does the which was once interested in protecting -

;7.Idft, _? after editor about the State tion requesting state superintendentW. rest.-Melbourne'Times. manufactures, developing manufactures -
fceasUabout. ,the "biggest melon" N. Sheats to appoint a commissionof and building up the towns,

:porn in the State,'aDd each claiming twelve, three from each' congressional Fabulous sums are made from the is beginning to see that the source of '

'd"w; eat for his section. These district, who duty... it. shall be cultivation of eggplant in this section all prosperity is the farm. But the
I tiggMt* average between fifty and to Dake-a survey of 'm. which,/to' the novice, seems incredible one best sign is that the farmers

I\sixty pounds. They're cucumbers by ical and !induBtrkiCe J", ,'of the but actual cultivation of this themselves are getting aroused and
tM side. of that 92 1-2 pound beauty rural districts of Flo'rida and formu- vegetable has proven the contrary studying their privileges and rights.
j grown at Elkton in St Johns county. late plans for the introduction of vocational J. ,OTJerry is one of the parties in Already the awakening and organization }
of that education in the rural districts of the farmers have resulted in
'i.And it weighed every ounce this section who has made a success
tBwmt-St Augustine [Record. and report to the conference of not only in fruit culture but as .a untold good, and yon ought to resolvenow
Hi county superintendents and school officers trucker he is par excellence. Alreadyhe that there shall be a farmers' or- "

,Mow that the excitement of market- to be held next year. has four acres of fine eggplant ganization in your neighborhood as

# ; iaf fids season's tobacco crop in Gads- which is putting on the fourth leaf, long as you live. If yon are over 16
?;den county is over, and the buyers About 35,000 pounds of wool was and as soon as the weather conditions years old, join the Farmers' Union or I
.:, 'have had time to figure up their bold- brought to town Monday by the growers are favorable he will put out four whatever other organization is near-
: ties| a careful estimate has been of this section but no sale was more acres. In order that the readers est you, and take an active part'in it. ; : '

A': Bade. :of the value of the crop. Bas- effected for the reason that the buyers may gain some impression of the rev- Speak to your father about it
:1iI'.tIIe'pricc: of shaded tobacco at did not offer a satisfactory price, enues to be obtained from agricultural Another thing which insures better

.H prices paid to the former, and sum to- the highest bid being 21 I cents. JThreebuyers' pursuits in the state of Florida times for the Southern farmer is this: : : : '
'baeeo; at an average of 18 cents and were on the ground representing when intelligently pursued, it may be For a hundred years until very recently ,
'tat expense of handling and packing different firms. The growers held stated that egglant brings all the we have had to compete with

i '}* *s'erop this season win bring into out for something over 23 cents and way'from $2 to $6 per crate, accord- cheap-land farmers in the west. Thatis -
m Oat county at least $3,000,000. when they failed to get it they hauled ing to the quality and demand of the to say, any farmer could go out
-I their wool back home to await further northern markets. Mr. O'Berry in- west and stake out a "homestead" and
; 'After licking quite a number of post- developments. It is estimated forms this paper that an acre will sell his products without allowance

,t aft'' stamps which he affixed to:his that this year's wool clip for this immediate produce from two hundred to five hun- for land values because his land cost

i'.monthly! bills on the first, the tongue section is worth between ted dred crates per ,acre, and the leastof him nothing, or practically nothing.But .
Ii If 1It-J. B. Prnitt became quite sore. and twelve thousand dollars. a mathematician can readily figure that is all past. The cheap landsof V 4
;Later his gums and cheeks swelled what that means to the producer in the west are gone and now when

I ta prodigious size and the poison was We have a couple peaches in our dollars and cents. There's a big revenue the western farmer sells his crops he
I,1ftII'ward'conYe'ec1 to his intestines, window that has been attracting a in the cultivation of the egg- must add $5 to $10 per acre as an allowance .
:casting intense pain. rAfter three great deal of interest, as well as havea i plant in Osceola county and we have for rent or for interest on f
,waaka of ,agony and anxiety, be is number of other splendid productsthat I the goods to show for it.-Kissimmee land values. And because of this fact "
,slowly recovering: His doctor attrib- we have displayed this summer.: Journal. crops'simply can't be sold as cheaplyas s ,
,tofu the poison to the postage stamps. These peaches were grown by one of: I formerly. T

,\&',believes it,no wadvisable to lick Milton's'oldest citizens, Mr. W. J.: Barlow Fla.-At a special meetingof Then, too, city populations have increased -
I letter instead of the stamp.-Tallahassee Williams Sr. his little of faster than country populations
on plot the city council last week there was .
(True Democrat. land near the Methodist church. They ordered an election to be held October the world over and it is becoming .

t:Judisoa'JI { county will have thousands are beauties of the Elberta variety, 6, to determine whether the,city win more and'more difficult for'the city

;:'a f bushels of corn to sell again this and the larger of the two weighs almost issue $75,000 of bonds to continue the people to get enough meats and food

i U and winter. While the dry seasons exactly a half-pound. Santa street paving. About a year ago $50- stuffs. There are several million more J'f
,tt the spring hurt some crops many Rosa soil is capable of producing the, 000 bonds were voted for the same people in the United States than were

t '....I have not suffered at all, and finest peaches in, the world if just I purpose, and the West Construction here five years ago, while there are
fine would given a chance-Milton Gazette. 'of 'Chattanooga Tenit has several ,million fewer meat animals. ;
.... latter are as as one Company, } :
to see. Even the most of those nearly completed the work covered by This is an indication that farm prod-
i wftkh suffered from the dry spells The Live Oak Democrat haS been that issue which was supplemented bynearly ucts must go higher..especiall) live- ,

I swill make plenty for the farms, and compiling the returns of watermelon $100,000 paid by the ownersof stock. :
: J.< fe ry few of the farmers of the county shipments from all the stations in Sn-, property abutting the paved One of the greatest the world's
J I wffl haw to buy from>> their neighbors wannee county and finds that there streets. The location of the union students of rural problems declared -mi
'4Sai so' there'll be plenty to spare have gone forward from these stations station at the intersection of the Sea- recently that in the future labor on
t ", I awa' ;NMiwn News. '.d1JJin the 'present season .to board and Atlantic Coast Line railroads the farm is going to be better paid
__ I date the)large total of 1,578 cars 430 necessitates the opining of new than labor in the towns, and we believe -
Under;:a plan .wblrb has ben ma- of which were shipped from Live streets and paving others leading he is right Stick to the farm.
'tared'by Postmaster General Burle- Oak. the -The Progressive Farmer.
Figuring prices brought by thereto as well as the extension of
I i SB,the automobile may soon play ankfortaat these ,melons at $30 car it Is
of which the
per those on portions pavement r
la the delivery of mail cadia, and this is interesting especially -
> part 'shown that the received a
shippers
been down. The
t lias already put
because of its to FlorIda
'I adaptability
Ii ttw tort districts of Florida and
i,. return of $43,340 from their ;
mites where the road condi- gross, bonds, 'if authorized, will be 5 per soil and prolific growth. The picture -
I sale. (These figures are considered to cent thirty Bartow has been
x wu'will mit It is proposed to year., was taken at the place of C. H.
per
be : favorable to the of
very success fortunate in getting a good price
J jiaereasa the length of the standard very Slifer, at Prairie Park, and in com
: the business considering the fact that for its bonds in the past'and no trouble .
it j mal,delivery route and to raise the I that menting upon,it the Enterprise says I .
this is the first season melons is anticipated in placing these as
'salary to $1,800 a year, which it is that "Para grass is a great foodstuff
have been planted in this county to the city is not bonded to its limit.
product by fax prolific and
kefeved, would be sufficient to justitj I .more nutritious
the carrier to purchase and mink any extent for market. It is thought This further bond issue which with than bay or alfalfa." The '
a machine. that the average market will be very the amount to be- paid by abuttingproperty Enterprise is of) the opinion that with-:
t ;
largely increased next season. would amount to
'";A total of 1,243 miles of good roadsyen owners, a in a few JC&l'8it will be grown on i
befit in- Florida last year at a sum like $200,000, would make"Bartow thousands of farms all over the coun ,
r Florida leads all the states in the of the best paved cities of its r 1V!
;.'v wet of $1,000,000. Half. of these one try. Live stock thrive upon ft, according -
:ai' i I'once surfaced' with sand-clay, 857 Union in the phosphate rock'industry size in Florida. .,It seems probablethat to statements made, and
according to the bulletins issued on will be but little
oppositiont
#t E' tset:made of crushed rock, and 85 there there is no doubt that Florida fann I V
the 21st' by the United States bio- othe issue the people as a whole,
as win trial in
;IRs were made of brick. Bonds have ers give,it a many sec
I bona issued by a number of Florida logical survey. The bulletin says: are wide awake and realize that every tions during the next few years. : f
"
If "In 1913, Florida, the leading state in dollar judiciously spent in such improvements Times-Union. !
n'._des to build good roads and it is Jacksonville yV
t bat iatd that $3,000,000 will beIfant the phosphate rock industry, marketed not only makes the city 3 IV
'2,542,276 long tonS of phosphaterock more attractive to prospective residents MANGO IN FLORIDA. P
for good roads this year.
[ "
valued at $9,563,084 or 82 percent but enhances the value of property Washington, D. C.. August IThe # a
ftt/Jbrt lagUs had a blind tiger case of the enitre. production of the successful result of experiments conducted '
i itad'a: Chinese exclusion act- suspect United States. As compared with by the Department of Agriculture =
j'I' 10.roBai into one. Pang Chung a the marketed product of 1912 Floridain Although no formal estimates of in the production of mangoes in
-Mess;steward of a British steamship 1913 gained 188,377 tons, or 6 per the size of the citrus fruit! crop of the Florida promises to provide the :
J. .watt. docked there was arrestedEarrsd cent of the entire production of the I state for the season of 1914-1 have American: housewife with a ''home : 4 "

t I with selling liquor, bui' this per cent in value. The quantity sold I yet been made, Business Manager "". grown fruit that soon may vie in popularity '

! 1"> _through and the Chinese exclo- for the year was the. greatest recorded D. Jones of'the' Florida Citrus Exchange with the grapefruit, according '
:t 'M as:act :was taken advantage,of by for the state. said a day or two ago that he to an announcement by the Bureauof
rt 1 Ai vffigart port authorities. The fiMtl would not be surprised if it ran to as Plant Industry.
! '. : scene was Sunday when G. 'B. It is a matter of general interest! much at 9,000.000 boxes or perhapsmore The fruit grows on trees given a Y.
I. 'Ttavis' Jacksonville, representing i that J. W. Morison, who lives a few which will make it the larerst number of years ago to a representative !:

lIM-"Uaitd States immigration au- miles flat of town on the Dunnellon crop of fruit the state has ever harI of tM department by a Bombay, .
I H .'took the CM"n\an from the I road, brought to the Board of Trade I vested. And despite the efforts of our India, millionaire. The blight attacked ; h }
,;t '' M Gainesville to Savannah where I headquarters Saturday, a stalk of California friends to show to the con the fruit before the trees became I I 3

la. Wsumed his duties'on. board of the I Egyptian wheat, raised on his farm. trary it will be one of the test crops productive, and' this threatened to i i
iTF- AN jSaid stalk was nearly nine feet high cf fruit this state has ever grown. make mango culture Impossible in this i <

.: with, a full head of heavy grains, Reports from aU over the state are country but the discovery of a Bordeaux ..
: broken Monday and the and, he said it was a fair'sample of,to the' effect that the crop win beef mixture,spray which keeps the ,
I'wu Iftt. .laid for the new shrimp the yield in a patch on his farm. The I unusual quality. From California trees free from blight has saved this j I 1 _
aaaiBg factory of Dunbar A Egyptian wheat, of in i
ti Lopez spoken the sources our friends have been told the year's crop. I
I > B eata ;the greatest 'shrimp canning Bible, as corn, and which has been (I Florida crop this year had suffered "The mango is easily prepared for j(i

a1l'ltttori" in the country, and pionewa the foundation of living in that i severely from the drouth in the early the table is attractive in appearance, ;V V
rf .
i1: the.business at New Orleans and country for thousands of years, making part of the season and that it would end makes refreshing dessert," a I,, V ; ;:
r: Other factories will 'follow it for a time the granary of the I be of very poor quality. This is not bulletin issued by the department to- .. ..
,
3. ,1slt| ; r.Ifte building is 50 teeth Roman ,empire, is not like the wheat the case. We are goingto show the dj y declares. "There are almost as \
t i!HOrd 170 fet long and of eorru- raised in this country, northern world one of the largest! crocs we have many varieties of mango as there are 1 I[r 5 t..

Hl-falvanised; metal construction.Ren'tMiordv Europe and Australia. It is a muchcoarser ever had and one of the best alii well. of the apple. These varieties have I' .'..

;.""._, : of all modern canning grain and makes a dirk Official figures for the total crop of distinctive taste, something like .that I ; "" :
" larBdiniL; The location is the bread more like rye than anything 1913-14 are not *t hand; but the crc7 of tbe banana tea rich mellow flavor : .
-
1M 7 faeto'7 site at the foot: of else The herd branches out instead will run Hose to 7,000.000 boxes. Ap'rproxin suggestive both of the peach,and the ::! I'
J.} "'shl at.-Fernandina NewsBeefwnt of being: on the main stalk like I' atelv 21,500 wr of fruit were mrskmelon.". '

."'}.o..,."r. wheat It would not please our oeb-I shipped which at 225 box s to the car Specimens of the Florida fruit are : ; ."F Tk.?'.
y. ; n in of th .ban file for bread but it would make a give 6,987,500 boxes of fruit now on exhibition in the department'soffice l'" '4_
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means I
-nleidni.
!
.. yand the bars. stock feed. ,It can be The Arcadia Enterprise gave a picture : of foreign seed and plant intro I I 1' mil
," raised .ii Florida,' it would i ..;J o'iI ,11. dI
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PAGE FOUR THE ;BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY; 'AUGUST
_ 7th
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:' THE WAR IN EUROPE. !of the California orgamZatioi'l, made.a A CHILD'S RIGHTS. ttttttttttttttttttttttttMMimmMMMtProgressive .

,Irtfirt", Cwty .Ttlegnpk The war has, begun, but; nobody I. rather thorough; canvass 'of Florida Every ne'knowl, the'capacity. of achild' ..
'
.it :" knows when it will end or.what the last spring, in order,to, ascertain just [ for." asking questions; but it is '

;'i I '. Local d' Long Distant Phone. outcome will be Six' nations are already how aggressive 'an advertising campaign not every one who recognizes that the BusinessFinnstoula

;:,*. [Number, 40 involved and it is possible that would be prosecuted by the child has any' natural rights in the
"f ,
; all the.powers of Europe, great and 'growers of,this state during the coming matter. writer in an exchange says -

tt 1 :i l': jt Published weekly and, entered' u mall, will eventually be drawn into season. While they found a much a' child has a right to ask Questionsand ,Readers of the Telegraph will find it 'to" tit
,
: : the conflict 'greater disposition to push Florida to be fairly answered; not to be
-
'second class ,matter at the post-office advantage to trade with the firms, :.
i the markets than has existed of impertinence represented
This .war was inevitable. Europe fruit in snubbed as if he were guilty -

.at Starke, Florida. has been an armed camp for years. heretofore,I they ascertained that anysucblibeial nor ignored as though' as in this directory.MMMMMMMMfMffM f"


''if i &. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner Every nation on the continent is pre- expenditures as were contemplated desire for information were of no con- ......... .............. ...............,...:........ : .. .... ._ ". ,.
" of the _.______........ N c
: F E. Robbins Associate Editor pared for war. They have been expecting by California are out sequence, nor misled as if it did not 9.- NNSl1H N 1NNN

,: i; and Business, -- Manager war for generation.. In ,question for this state at the. pres- signify whether true or false impressions .. 6lNI, HN ;,

' fact, the situation there, to use an ex- nt It is said that the present plansof were made upon his mind. He > .. .

't FRIDAY AUGUST 7th, 1914. pressive slang phrate,.has got on the California people contemplate has aright to be taught everythinghe ..' REAL, ESTATE.MMMMfMM. TFUBNITUBE' J;t.,
.
.
,} ",- : their nerVes, and war came as reliefto an advertising expenditure of a,quar- desires to Yearn, and to' be made ............ :
i'" ,. most of the nations concerned. They ter of a million dollars a year for the certain when asked for informationif
..............es..........
"' Let no guilty rats escape.. preferred war to the nerve-racking expectancy next several years. withheld, that it is only deferred .
.
I I f and dread that has prevailed '"Shortly after the investigations and better t 'k yr
' ; referred until he is older, preparedto .. COMER L. PEEK J:;;
I l' ,=-Many 'men are Christians for reve- throughout Europe for a decade. to were concluded, the promoters receive it. Answering a child's FURNITURE :
y r
;
I .,- flue only. The effects of this war will be far- of the Panama-Pacific exposition questions is sowing the seeds of its Florida Real Estate Land and e and almost anything elii

, 1 5I reaching. Civilization in Europe will become very active in their efforts to f uture character. \ might want '
Lind said nothing and accomplished be halted. Whether the .. Timber Expert. --
I is
I war long interest Florida. It. may be only a 'k
HULL'S
I DEP
; nothing. drawn out or short and decisive the coincidence, of course, but it is singular The girl who is so lacking in self- 83 years Experience at Starke.. STORE.

cost will be staggering. The loss of at least that the greater part of respect as to be ashamed of.any honest A i s.

; Advertising. stirs up the lazy liver life will be appalling. The destruction their efforts seem t ohave been devoted work commands no respect. She t..e". .... "

I" of business. of property will be stupendous to the citrus fruit interests of the who endeavors to.do whatever work ..........................

It will take a quarter of a century for state. It is expected that a very considerable her hands finds to do in the best and i ,

1 t'' John Lind never enjoys the satisfaction Europe to recover from the effects of proportion of the funds most thoro manner, as by God's law, .. DRY GOODS. DENTISTS fN.u,0

I 'sf of saying, "I told you so." the war. However, whatever is, is which Florida has been asked to raise makes that and the action fine. Its ........................... r

: 'ii \ ef right and this war will carry out the for an exhibit at San Francisco will not so much the work as the manner -
;; troubles over and Carranza's -
i Huerta's are
commenced. inscrutable purposes of the Almighty. be contributed by the fruit growers.If in which it is done that ennoblesor ..

I have just e- America will remain neutral, but the money raised for this purpose disgraces the worker. A well J. W. MORGAN .> DR. U. G. TURNEgs

\ J' There some good in everything. America will be affected directly and should be considered as properly scrubbed floor is a much more useful Headquarters for *>

: 1? Even a'puddle reflects the stars. indirectly by the' struggle. Americawill chargable to advertising,by the Florida work than a stupid oil painting in .' Ladies Dry Goods Ready-to-Wear Notions Goods Etc. .* .. DENTIST ?.
,
have to pay her share of the interests, and less expended in the which much valuable canvas and other 0

1: Doctors advise us to eat less. Someof cost of the war. Already our business established channels by reason of the material has gone to waste. Intelligence Edwards Bolding ;

us can't eat much less and live on relations with Europe have been dis- and faithfulness tell in A
fact, California certainly will have to every .......................... Upstairs over Post Oiet
it. organized. The United States is department of work.
pro- put one over on.our state. Certainlyit Respect your .

There is only one a thing worse than a viding against the contingency of a would be good business on the partof work whatever that work may be, and PRINTING >

I panic in this country. Our business the California to remember that the best, brightest and .
gossiping woman, and that is a gos- orange growers wisest of ..........................
with Europe must practically cease. persuade their Florida friends to concentrate men and women will respectyou Z
siping. man. I for it. ......,................... BRADFORD CODNTT;
and fall off. Com-
Imports exports all their energies on an exhibit v TELEGRAPH: ; e The presidency of Mexico pays two merce will be swept from the seas. at San Francisco; while the Golden @> NOTIONS. COMMERCIAL PRINTDi

or three million a year and is worth However, an immense demand for state fruit being A few months ago the newspapers :
was vigorouslypushed .......................... _m
fighting for. foodstuffs, manufactured articles and in the Northern and Eastern informed us that Villa was a thief ..... ..... . . .9. 0w 3v0000 "' .A "

ic war materials must inevitably come. markets. and a murderer. Since he has succeeded -
If you are not able to support two and has .
This increased demand will victory perched on his '
affect the
j wives own and let the "The general effects of an exhibitat +++++ 11111111111111 ++4.++ itor Harris of the Ocala Banner;
support
your banners the
prices of food to such extent that same newspapers say
an San Francisco undoubtedly will be
+ alive that's
dealer his. exactly whateverjlsacola
liquor support he is brilliant and
char-
( the of the in this a picturesque
a masses people country good. Its immediate results in increasing + THE FLORIDA PRESS. + young man tries to"do' "

} President,Wilson ought to find out will groan under the burden. the sale of Florida fruits will acter. Nothing. succeeds like success. season. And the'longer it ,

what brand Huerta drinks and buy Florida will suffer from this war be negligible. In fact it would do S +
the better
i ANOTHER BIG MELON f.... 111111111 1 1111 .ffff to.learn, he likes the'Pensacola j
I ; some of it for his diplomats. as much or more than any state in the little or no good unless Florida main- Mr. W. S. Strickland informs us .Journal ? s

union. The lumber, naval stores and tains and increases her fruit advertising it
that he watermelon that
r Huerta left Mexico on a German phosphate business of the' state will grew meas- Be sure you are right before you go ... .
in the regular channels. A -
cruiser because there ,is no chancenowadays i be seriously crippled. The situationis ured two and one-half feet in length, ahead; and also be sure you're wrong Newspapers that give WISH'
mighty small percentage of the people .
twelve and one-half inches
in diam-
to get a drink X>n an American serious, but not alarming, and in who buy and grapefruit in before you back down.-Tampa Times.A adivce to bad boys and silly j
. oranges eter and weighed 86 pounds. Mr.-
I warship. time this state.and our sister states the United States will to San Fran- wasting brains and space OIIJ,',
, go Strickland thinks his melon was the
! a will readily adjust themselves to the cisco and those who attend the :' fool and his money soon part; a boys and 'sensible girls ever :
Huerta displayed rare diplomatic expo- largest grown in Florida this year, and an'
newspapers, they get I
'l .'. unusual business new conditions.A sition will not be led to buy anything wise man saves his for his posterityto -
ability, and sagacity but in our Live State News columns vice they need from their
"" for a man with the reputation. of a which ,they see there after their return this week is an account of a melon be parted from.-Jasper Banner of Punta Gorda Herald. ,

i hopeless sot. FLANK MOVEMENT.That home unless they are then reminded raised at Elkton in St. Johns county Liberty.

.. a the orange growers of Califor- of its merit. If Florida should that weighed 92 1-2 pounds. -
f Men will buy mining stock and pat- nia take advantage of the Pana- Mr. Merchant
may I put all the money that she thinks she When you hear a man continually you carry';

ent rights and then wonder why fish ma-Pacific Exposition to''execute a'' can spend next 'year for the exploitation PREACHING SUNDAY. sneering at the home paper it's a safe on your'life for the benefit'*'

e ;have no more sense than to bite at clever flank movement against their of her oranges and grapefruit into Evangelist Ernest House has an- bet he owes the editor a dollor.-Lake family. Why not carry an :I

: '.'artificial;; baits: Florida competitors is the belief ex- : an exhibition of these at San Fran nounced that he will preach both City Citizen. ment regularly in the columns. -' .f j

> ,. pressed in a recent newspaper inter- cisco, her present favorable standingin morning and night next Sunday at home paper as business .
sad after
: Huerta's fate, is not so "
view by a prominent citizen of Jack- the markets can hardly be main- the Christian church. His Sunday That's what advertisingZolfo ..: ,
wouldn't mind exiled
all. We being
I ; A Roosevelt
bright paragrapher'says .
sonville, whose business'connections tained. It be that California night sermon will be illustrated by a Truth. --
is
Paree ourself with six million may .
to 'l'
thinks' it is for the bull '
, ,. gay and interests require him to keep in perfectly sincere in the extraordinaryefforts chart and his topic will be "Miraclesand proper ..
in ...
. dollars our jeans. moose.-Tam-
have dough
moose to. a
) close touch with such 'matters. He that she is forth Their Spiritual Lessons." of
putting to
The
: S get Tribune.A present day style ;: .
': i t'I The only authenticated case of says: her chief competitor to make a prom- STARKE LOST., pa moves an old bachelor to remark

'; i '.,' .sunstroke on record in Florida is that _"The California growers had practically inent exhibit of citrus fruits' at the it it 'not true that Mother Eft

i of the darkey who died recently while to themselves the quality mar- San Francisco exposition, but there For the fourth time this season the minister charges that the women not realize she was naked .

:I' :, '. !it reading the Gainesville Sun. kets of the North until a very few are an increasing number of people in Starke Grays lost a game Tuesday. are adopting the vices of men, but we had eaten the apple,'we "

: years ago, owing to the fact that the this 'state who have a strong hunch The result of a close game was 4 to 3 do not see that the men' are losing in this day of questionable fit ,
: ; It is estimated that smoke costs in favor of Lawtey. *
"i'- Florida oranges were so indifferently that there is a nigger in the woodpile any.TImesUnion.If would not hurt to again'k
Pittsburg about $20 a year for each packed that they did not appeal to the
"
" Beginning Sunday, August 9th, the apples.-Orlando Reporter- tar-
'. inhabitant. Smoke costs thousands
J best class of buyers""With a Mitchell Store will handle the made the ..j
--- Drug j Florida hay every day -
} of men !lore'than that every year.
a the adoption of better packing A WORD FOR THE BOY.A Florida Times-Union thru the week sun shines, she wouldn't be buying so When the tongue of trade fa <

l t '. A New Jersey judge sentenced a methods in this state, the situation boy at fifteen years of age is, in and on Sundays. much of it from Illinois and Ohio.- when the eyes and the limbs'oi]

,if:. drunkard to be married. Now he will has been rapidly changing, however. our opinion, at the most important Jacksonville Metropolis. clerk are'dull and languid-whe

f have to sentence some woman to mar- When graded and packed well, Florida period of his life. He is at the forks IN ,MEMORIAM. raging fever,tackles the empty,_

;t.. ry him, for no woman will do it volun- oranges rapidly make a place for of the road. What he needs more Mother Perry sleeps in Jesus. of the till, when the spider: ,'
the
In advertisements of liquor
I themselves because of, their admit- else is and On July 25th at 2 o'clock the angel -
than
, 1.4 tarily. anything sympathy the empty cash box, and
I j r I tedly superior qualities. In the past advice. It would be strange, indeed, of .death claimed her spirit After traffic you never see exhibits labeled"before" decay are on the chandelier, ,

: i f' Frank Jones, once famous bandit,. three years they have been in growing if boys did not build castles in Spainat fighting life faithfully for 72 years and "after" taking. Brad- conclusive that the advertising f.

I !f' who used to pick pockets for a living, demand throughout the North and that age, and what they need is the she died in peace and harmony with ford County Times. has not been considered.-S ,

i is now 70 years old and is picking berries during the past season the California practical suggestion of some one who all who knew her. Democrat ,

I 1.; '.\. for a living in the State of Washington. orange distributors awakened to the is himself a success in life, to guide Two years ago she became a cripple Miss Marg&ret Wilson says if you ..'<;,;-.
smile the hot weather will not
fact that the competition in Floridais and at that time suffered unknown wear a '
1 1I them.; Most people think that boysdo A perpetual Sabbath is beiDi
f 1 bother But how about the ,
if' you. po- -
t Woman is responsible M for- all the becoming very serious. not need either sympathy:or ad- pain, but is now transplanted in a Tribune. brated on earth. This is not_
$ lice-Tampa
t
: the world has made. If "The California growers, through vice. It is a great mistake.They needit land where pain and sorrow are no known, for most people think

!" progress in the their organization, have expended as much as girls. We have never more. the day they call Sunday is tie <
J Eve hadn't started something A bright boy, on being asked by his
; wouldI' hundreds of thousands of, dollars in known one of,them to refuse to take one celebrated. The Greeks obe
Garden of Eden she and Adam teacher to give three reasons for cook-
little advertising their oranges. Up until advice if it'were tendered at the right Whisper softly, mother's dying, Monday, the Persians Tuesday
around in that "Breakfast dinner
still be pottering ing food.replied: ,
'; three years ago Florida had done time, at the right place and in the And we'll see her never more; and Times. Syrians Wednesday, the

to' cabbage_patch. __ nothing in this direction. At that time right spirit. The mistake that most But beyond the silent river, supper.-Tampa Wednesday, the Turks Frida1,*'

If an editor toM the truth, the the Florida Citrus Exchange entered people make in talking to boys is that We'll meet her there, you know. They say that-necessity's the mother Hebrews and several Christian r

whole truth and nothing but the truth upon an advertising campaign, which. they; lecture them in seasonand out, of invention; but it's pedigree has Saturday the Christians Sunday**
it"would be has been remarkably successfuL The them with all sorts of fool- With a few scattered roses,
; i r in one issue of his paper persecute never been traced far enough to say really, it ,is Sabbath every
expedient for him to leave town be- California Fruit Growers Exchange ish suggestions, and expect more from We laid her to rest; who's its father.-Tampa Times someone on earth. Exchange.;,.

I fore the paper went to press. spends five times as much in a year as them than they would from a man. If In the Cedar cemetery, )J"i

\ ; J!". f' does the Florida organization, but it we .had a word of counsel to give it Near the home she loved the best. Garden has her suit The editor of the live Oaf', .
remark Mary won '
saysa
. f. *1 We heard a other is understood adver- would be Don't lecture "Plai'
'.. generally among : a boy. Don't contemporary. Glad of it, for hereafter crat may not be one of the
" 11 ,: day that Starke was the d-t town tising men who have means of secur- nag him. Don't persecute him if he Remember that angels guard our. when she in public she pie," but he can make himself] '_

I 0- it he ever lived in, and he was right, ing information on the subject that has done wrong. Don't laugh at him dear mother's dust, will have appears clothes. all right. How's this for a ;;!aII

! ti- because Starke is the only town he the Florida advertising has produced if he has failed, perhaps in some Till Jesus comes to judge the just; Times.on some -Apalachicola pression of opinion: "If.we Were'

.t '' :S. ever lived practically as good results as' that of over-ambitious boyish schemes. Don't Then she'll awake to'her surprise, ed 'what we thought of the:T' .

;* California. The Florida Citrus crush him. And meet her Saviour in the skies. would i
Don't break his
of Kansas is 120 exchange spiritGive It's'hard primary election law, we
:t Robert Morris, to put one over on Miami.
'rt: '. of age. He has been a- temper-- is now planning more exten- the boy a chance. Show him his NELLIE. Pensacola had no sooner reported the lathe. damdest jumble of rot tlaij

i I! 'i years ate drinker of whiskey for 100, years. sive advertising and several of the in- mistake, and then show him what he discovery of gold than the Miami Metropolis ever heard or read of." N. R;"JL'

. I; If he had never touched the stuff hew dependent marketing organizations should do. When you crush a boy's Thackeray's Salute.Of found "big money in hogs" in Lakeland Telegram.

'il' might have lived to be an old man. having been talking of following its spirit you have ruined the boy-in all that form of eccentricity closely that vicinity.-Orlando Sentinel. be.
When the :
people can ..
lead in the use of publicity. probabalitY he will blossom into a related to egotism whereby many of i '
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Everything has its compensations. "The California Fruit Growers Exchange first class dude. the world's greatest artists and writers The noble generosity of John D. understand that it actually cost ,
travel
in time and to .
It is said the appearance ,of the bubonic is known to have made a very pIn have conveyed to us their appreciation money .
Rockefeller is of the highest
worthy
; addition to bathtub road than it does to travel**
;F plague in New Orleans has re- thorough investigation of the situation buying. a of their own work. a most interesting poor ,
sulted in the discovery of an infalliblecure as regards the comparative standing Villa has engaged a manicurist, but case is that of Tbacfceray, ordinarily praise. He met several children near good one, they will be less i inc ,

which will be a bathing and manicuring will not makea a most modest man. But there is good his home the other day and lavished begrudge the expense of good
for the disease, of oranges produced by that sum
of them the munificent
where the clean man or a gentleman out of: authority that Thackeray never passedthe upon each and what is more important i
the countries state and of those
blessing to shipped from Flor-
a horse thief and a murderer. house in Russell square wherein of six cents.-Tampa Tribune. be willing and anxious tobusiness' P!
.plague prevails. ida a few months ago. There is good he lived when he wrote "Vanity Fair"without -
Once a printer always a printsr of road making into,.
i highbrows have sour reason to believe that representatives A in raising his nat-a tribute from Senator Hudson shies his castor into who'stand
Most of the a man Ohio tried for 30 years to hands of intelligent men -
grapes'grouch against Luke M'Luke. How's' remove printer's ink from his hands himself to his great work. the political ring early for the the business. Poor road3;

5 Luke is a keen student of human na: -.'. r' This while engaged in the banking business, Governorship._ The question now is I the expensive things that,
Wo offer One Hundred The Llama.
Dollars
Reward
ture and his homely philosophy pleases for but at the age of 74 years he went whether Will Knott will run or will country district
of the South
any ease of Catarrh that The story of the name :..
Hudson?Gainesville
; the common people, and highbrows are cannot be cured by Hall'a Catarrh back to the case. American llama is interesting."Como not run against $ : 'the

I {, so hopelessly in the"minority that Curs I se llama r (What Is Its.name?) asked Sun. Too many boys leave made
This is the when where would have
y Luke pays no attention to .them.There )'. J. CHENEY: : ft CO.. Toledo. 0. season country the early Spanish adventurers of the they
r a Wet the nndanltr. bar known P. J. editors have to make bricks without Peruvians. The natives not understanding The Star doesn't like that proposition stantial and good citizens and

... are always two sides to a Cheney him perfectly for the honorable JUt J* yean In all and business believe I straw. So many people are out of merely) echoed the last wordof -to change this part of the country the city where only one in a.

question. Whenever you hear some- transactions and (financially able to carrr town on their vacations that thereare the question and the name has stuctt from Central to Eastern time. It succeeds in life's battle. Th
'" oat any obligation made by tls arm
body knocking the town or an individ- NATIONAL BANS 07 COMMERCE not even enough people left to through,the centuries would make us all get up an hour farmers who fairly drive, th

..nil, hear the other side of the quest > Toledo, a start anything in the news line. -,,- sooner every morning, and Heaven away. There is no ,excuse f

t tion before drawing any. concluSions.You Haffi Catarrh Care la taken Internally. knows it's hard enough to get up now. The farmer boy is entitled told!
can'tdecide, a case on its merits acting directly upon the blood and mucous Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Only One "BROMO QUININE"To
tions to several relaxations
surfaces of the "iratem. Testimonial Ocala Star. ,
1' 'until you hear the evidence on both eeat U cent per bottle. 8o1dgUe111sY The old standard lfteraJ ret the CC1IaiDe.can for loll name LAXAT1VK ,
I I GROVES 4S11U.2SS cbiU TONIC,dreaa out BROMO QOUUNE. Looklor.ipatareof to the city, good books, .
; sides. i U1PWsforeaatlpabm. J&a1ari..nrklIet the blood.aad baU4a aptbelY" $.GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. stops "Teach girl to swim Ed- and his home
; .... tcm. A true tonic. For 141&1&1 and 1Jdfta.. eoc conch and headache and work 08 cold. tsc.dr your says paper. f
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-era. :BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.
THE .
7th 1914. PAGE
"pglpAY, AUGUST" r, ; FIVE
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.i\fA\ !" < "All grades-of lumber, sash, doors, t
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if1l. paints, and .in fact everything for I --" '.t.:!'"!:;.... .....:'.... ..J.:.. \ .....}:....t:0'.. .. -.c' r;;>7- 1".....f'!.J-:
building and improving your home, to .... ,,, .,',\i..i't... ...- ,.,-::,..-to..:..._. :..;..!.;;<-r..i- "' ,1.1--. !>, V ". .'It'.. .....
be had at the Quigley Lumber & y-.' }.;,;:::.::.:"".::\ !:.:":.'. ", ,# \. ..
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Walnut Call street and Madison has been streets clayed,and between ti.ntt wtm 10
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l" ; r.. Jm other> 'repairs and improvements are casIarcbiitj! ) ill

,. C"'HI"' 0p ......... ... being made upon the streets in various l&okrL : r1_ yi
}f. mow. et eN c.-cr' r.... parts of the city. ,LLa: that"1iis1atu! i

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<" .",- II -I Mr. A. P. Fant, of Jacksonville, in- -1JIc *auck$*
r 'J. :JS I -- dustrial agent of the Seaboard Air country diamond* across tndropcUtan plates and tuttedttiw '

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. Mr. and Mn.- W. A. Barrett, of Line railway, was in Starke Thursday l _rugs or fences to tikes a thousand nil* ate"
+ Saxton, left Tuesday for a visit to '
on business pertaining to his department -
at Stamp's Saturday. N. C. ,
sale
,Slipper HendersonvUle, ,
.Ib.not +_hm oct start.f winltf", but What

'Hew .dress,goods just arrived atStump's. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. DuBose and Mr.,and Mrs. C. A. Marks and son, 'SOU save' that C9Unb..,

jri I children returned Wednesday from a Charles, and Mr. Henry Freeman motored -- '-

Mr. E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville, week's outing at Lochloosaj to Gainesville Saturday and

,vu in Starke Saturday., spent Saturday and Sunday in that
Messrs. Roger Wells, Lucian Wain- ia1J trht

i Special bargains on Saturday at right and Eb. Finlayson are spendingthe city.Mr.

Stump's. week at Kingsley lake. L. A. Wynn, of Hampton, has
purchased the Groff property in the
Paints and oils. Let us figure on American fence. If quality and not south-eastern part of town and will

your needs. Hull's. quantity' counts, you will buy American move ,his family'here in time for his Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Corbett and SHOPPERS WHO ARE UNDER DIFFICULTIES. a,

'}fr. C. C. Click, of Ocala, was :in fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. children to enter the Starke school two daughters, of Gainesville, and Mr.J. NOT SHOPPERS -

Starke on business Tuesday. Jones. when it opens in September.The S. Hardee, of Trenton, visited W. Farmer Has Strenuous Time In Shipping s
Lake and family Sunday. While here They Should Study This Paper And Pork.
I J. E. Futch has returned home : '
For dry goods. Leviton. Mrs. Telegraph recently printed 200 they motored out to Kingsley lake and Learn To Shop. -
from a visit of four weeks with relatives copies of the Codified Ordinances of '
sh and fit to eat were much pleased with Starke and During the past few months there
Clean, fre groceries in .
Daytona.Mr. the town of Starke for the city council I the Penny savers are dollar raisers.
surrounding country.
happened in
at Hull's.Mr. a village not far from
Any person desiring a copy of People who save the pennies have a
T. R. Canova and family have Worthington Springs the noted summer -
W. S. Croft of Lulu, was in moved into the Liddon cottage on the these ordinances may procure it by Hon. James T. Wills, Judge of the the dollars. I resort, a strange i thing, which

Starke on business Monday.Mr. I eorrei of Walnut and Ninth street. applying to Mr. C. A. Futch, city Eighth Judicial Circuit, came down But to. have the dollars you MUST still remains a mystery. A certain

clerk. from Starke yesterday and will, be save the pennies and to save the pen- farmer on rising early in the morning .
visitor to
N. T. Ritch was a
Miss May ,Peek, of Valdosta, Ga., nies MUST know how
to -
Mrs. S. J. Sternburg spent several here the balance of the week. Judge you shop. from a peaceful slumber, conceivedthe =
Jacksonville Thursday. is the.guest of her brother, CoL C. L. days in Jacksonville with her, daughter Wills spent about ten days with ,his Some shoppers are not shoppers. idea of butchering.! Accordingly,

SUMMER Have your house reek, and family at Kingsley lake. Mrs. R. H. Barbour. She was accompanied family at Starke. His sons, J. T. Jr., They are just spenders. after his morning's meal, he preparedto

screened. Jones', Hardware.Mrs. Good vale. 50 cent shorts at 35 home by her little grand- and David, are now at HqJ Springs, Money comes easy and goes easier. butcher a couple of ,shoats which '

cents for a few days at Hull's De- daughter, who willl spend several Ark., for a short stay.-Gainesville They make plenty of money, yet he had been trying ,to increase in
} of Graham paid
Lola Stokes, Sun. live from hand to mouth. Sometimesthe f
weight in order to make them
partment Store.Embroideries. weeks. pull as
,Starke a visit Saturday.Born ;;
; hand does not reach the mouth.
many pounds as possible.
to Mr. and Mrs. James Horns- at Leviton's.Don't Mrs. W. E. Bradley and little son, Early in the fall the Seaboard AirLine i Ther pockets are large, but have no After he got them, 'dres'sedand

'by, Monday, August 3, a girl Edward.Melton, of Baxley, Ga., joined railway will relay their tracks bottoms. Sometimes the money does ready for' market, he hitched old
forget that Saturday, August Mr. Bradley here Wednesday. Mr. II from Baldwin to Waldo with 85poundsteel not reach their pockets at all. It is Charlie to the dray and started ,to _

7r War news-The' Times-Union at 8, is your last chance to pay your and Mrs. Bradley have taken room rails. The rails now in use are spent before it is made. town, but before starting he threw s
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k Hull's Department Store. poll tax and register for the city elec- at the home of ,Mrs. E. F. Johns. only 68-pound rails. RpadmasterBryan They don't know how to shop, how some old corn pullings in to keep the -M. "

: already has a requisition for to; make a dollar buy a hundred cents
I Wells of Jacksonville, tion..Mr. Mrs. pork from getting sandy. He wantedto
Mr. Roger J. P. Bennett and Mr. and Mrs.
r was a visitor to Starke Sunday. and Mrs. R. C. Kuhl, of Boca Aaron Jones and little daughter, Ear- the material and operations will probably worth of goods. They know nothingof get them,on the afternoon train. y

Grande, visited the former's parents, ah Lee, left Wednesday for their begin early next month. what'they are getting until after- He started early and thought he had

Mr, H. A. Bradley, of Lawtey,. was Mr.:and Mrs. W. B. Kuhl, of this city, home in they get it. plenty of time. As he afterwards
.* business Key West, after a visit of Kitchen cool when use a There is one great remedy for this '
in Starke on Monday. this week. i four weeks in Starke. stays you told[ it himself: "I was driving along 1 n
New Perfection oil stove. There, is evil-careful shopping.But .
,
j slowly as it was very hot and when I
Miss' Emma Futch, of Hampton: Hon. A. V. Long and Mr. J. M. Al- Fall goods are now arriving,, no. waste heat, no wood or ashes to careful shopping is a problemfor got started good I thought I would ";

was a visitor to Starke Saturday.Mr. varez left Tuesday for a vacation of and we have got to'make handle and expense is less than when some people. They begin at the kinder snooze a little, as I had losta

HI F. E. Poole,'of Hannibal, Mo., two or three ,weeks at Hot Springs, room. burning wood. The New Perfectionhas end and quit before they reach the be- good deal of sleep lately. I always
Come in and
get our prices on '
is spending the week in Starke. Ark. perfectly fitting parts, is strongly ginning. get sleepy when I am rdiicg alone
-- all summer goods. J. M. Alvarez. made, has modern appliances and They should turn to the local paper.It .
Mr. Powell and John and anyway. .
LP. son ,
Mr. W.-S. Graham of Raiford was [ is the best friend.It .
', Miss Etta Thou left Tuesday for a KAUSTINE' CLOSET SYSTEM is safe and easy to operate. All' sizes shopper's "When I had got nearly to the station
in Starke business Tuesday.Mr of ovens. J. F. Kickliter. 871t. faithfully portrays the enterpriseof 1 thought I heard the train bloW'for zf
For home
visit with relatives at Hit Springs, stores and all public build- .f
the community lists in its advertising -
B. B. Sapp, of Brooker,'trans N:"C. ings. Requires no running water, cess- Misses Ruby and Ernie O'Quinnand columns the, of live the station, so I jerked up my +

acted.business in Starke Monday.Mr. pool or sewer'connection. Approvedby Minnie Hollingsworth, of Val- offerings reins_ and whipped old Charier into a
Mr. and Mrs. F. merchants, and blazes the path to the
F.
moved
Stump Boards of Health. Costs less than fast trot He seemed to go so slow
John P. Coffin, of Johnstown, this week from the Weeks cottage on cess pool or sewerage systems. For dosta, Ga., who are visiting Lake Mr. and stores of best values.It until I decided I would not get there,
Butler
Mrs. F. N. Andrews, of ,
was in Starke on business Monday. East Call street to the Petit. houseon sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup- gives them shopping information so I got him into'a lope. That wasn'tfast
Starke
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visitors to Monday.
were which otherwise it would take time to
East South street
Mr. G. Alderman, of Lake But- ,. ply Co. Messrs. Will Moitt, Roy Turner, Joe acquire, and much which often they enough, so I got him into a run

ler, was a visitor to Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard attended Mr. N. T. Ritch Canova, Charles Beasley and Henry know. t right through' the sand beds, mud
Miss would never
Nannie How- S hills
holes, uphills and down and overall A
,the funeral of Mr. Richard's Freeman spending the week at
uncle are As commercial it is
"Mr. :J. D. Marr, of Highland, wasa ell, Miss Vivirette Floyd and Miss A- a encyclopedia sorts of roads, and when I got to
Mr.,Francis M. Richard, in South the Freeman cottage at Kingsley lake. first to economical j
melia shopping,
visitor,to Starke Friday.r Ray visited.Mr. P. E. Canova they step the station the train was already
Jacksonville Monday. and family at Kingsley lake for when a store has offerings of es-
Sunday Miss Nannie Howell is now receiv- there. But I hollered to the conductor -

,sition Mr. at Ab.the Johns Robinson has accepted meat market a po- Mr."J, H. Ortegas, who is employedas Dr. A. H. Freeman will leave early ing subscriptions for ,the following pecial the value they are sure to be foundin to wait a minute I had some pork tq' ; .

a cigar: maker by the Starke Cigar next week for a vacation at Waynes- publications: Everybody's, Saturday paper. get off on that train. 'AU right,1 l Jw
To should
5 or ft doses 555 will break any Co,' has moved his family to Starke ville, N. C. Dr. Earl Biggs, of Green Evening Post' Christian Herald, Country shop the advertisements economically they with says, 'throw it.on.' ."V

.tu of ,Fever or Chills. Price 25c. from Brunswick, Ga. .. Cove, will have charge of Dr. Freeman's I Gentleman, Ladies Home Jour- study of them-at care-- "All this time I was driving and hol

nal, Woman's Home Companion, De- every one, every appear-! lering, a kicking and whipping old
r Attorney.T. G. Futch, of Lake Butler Mr. W. L.' Cooper, who is employed practice during his absence.Mr. lineator, Pictorial Review. Munsey's, ance of the paper, for to overlook it Charlie right through town and up

in Starke business Thurs- as a barber at the shop of S. L. Alvarez might the missing of the 5 5
once mean
was
on J. J. Youth's Companion ,
1 Crosby has purchased theJ. All Cavalier Weekly, the sidewalks to the depot. I jumped -
'da3.I .. has moved his to Starke articles they 'looking for.
I i family W. Edwards meat market on Ninth Leslie's, Cosmopolitan, Met- very are out of my wagon to get the pork and .5

f Shoe*at Lerito 's. from Columbia, Tnen. street, which had been leased by Mr. ropolitan, and Physical Culture. Theseare Economical shopping is easy, if you when I reached for my pork-it was 5 5 5

\ Miss: 'Lucile Freeman will return 0. Gardiner, and will continue the all excellent publications and Miss know how; but if you'are a derelictin not there. I had killed it, but some .
Mr. W. J. Tomlinson and of the of shopping the will
family, business at the stand. will be to receive sea paper how it out.
home Sunday from Tallahassee, where same Howell : pleased your jumped ,. ;
ta1f'ieJ.were'viaitors to Starke Sat.arday. tow to safe
t she has been attending the Florida subscription for any of them. rhone you a port. "Well, I just turned my boss around
., Mr. and Mrs. Will Barrett of Sax- The guides to the '
paper you ,
State College for Women.Mr. 79. days: and started back. I asked &: conductor -
: ton, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Edwards of economical shopping lifts
: ; economy;
r Fresh home ground meal We have to wait and he said he would wait
+ "j It an the time. Hull's DepartmentStore. M. C. Batten, of Dongjas, Ga., of Lawtey, were the guests of The work of remodeling the old gin you to greater affluence, and affluence ten minutes. So up through the townI z

.f.fs .fv. is visiting'Mr."and Mrs.'L. V. Moore Senator and Mrs. .A. Z. Adkins Sun- house at 'the corner of Walnut and brings contentment and happiness. urged my horse as fast as he could ;

and family. Mr. B. Batten was a day. Madison streets is in progress. When ,Be a shopper-not a spender." t go. When I reached a point about a ;a

Mr. C. F. Rivers, of Lake Butler, guest of the Moore family last week. President W."J. Harrahan and Gen- completed the building will be used half-mile from the station I lookedup

'transacted business in Starke Thurs.r for a garage. While taking out the CORDRAY-KACHELHOFER. in the road and I 2
spied
[daj. The first loss is the best loss.Thaf eral Superintendent C. S. Lake passed old machinery upstairs Tuesday the somethingthat
through Starke in their special train The many friends of the contrac- looked like my hog, so on I went '
why we are selling Palm workmen found an old piano that had
? Dr.. and Mrs. W..E. Middleton, of Friday on a tour of inspection of.the there ting partiea'will be interested in the just as hard as my horse could go.

r i|it'| Hampton, were visitors to Starke .on Beach suits that formerly were Jacksonville and Tampa division and evidently been stored writes from years South ago. following account of the Cordray- When I got to it I picked it up and
B. Gore us
;Friday $7.50 at $5.90. J. M. Alvarez returned to Jacksonville Saturday. Mr. C. Starke Kachelhofer nupitals, which appearedin made for the station. I thought had

Carolina that he will return to a recent issue of the Times-Union: better get one off, if I didn't the market i

I[ Mr. William Kalch and son, Roy, of The Merchants Grocery Company Express Agent A. P. Hoffman left about August 10th. Mr. Gore has been The marriage is announced of Mrs. man wouldn't take them, so I k

I' Hampton, were, in Starke on business has closed its branch store on Ninth Wednesday on his annual vacation, accompanied visiting relatives and friends in South Essie Kachelhofer and Mr. J. P. Cor- dashed back to the' station and, the

> Mi 0Dda street along with four other branch by Mrs. Hoffman. Mr. J. Carolina for three months. He says train still there. I that
!, store ; dray, both of this city, the wedding was put one k
in other cities. J. Thomas, who assisted Mr. Hoffman that state has made great progress having taken place Sunday evening on and asked the conductor how much

N Mitt Anna Pinholster, of Gaines- ,- during the strawberry season and since he left it in 1870 and that be 26 longer the train would be there. He
LI' Tffle U Save money in ,August Fill your July at the home of the bride on i
\ .Scott, this visiting week. Mr. and Mrs F. A. mid-summer ,wants. We have the made many friends while here, is in could hardly recognize localities he West Ashley street I said, 'About five minutes, but .I win .

: goods, the quality, and the come down charge of the express business at this had formerly known. The bride, who was attired in a wait a little longer for you;' so I

,? .Harness, Saddles, Harness parts, prices.-Jay S. Brown. 7-31-2t point during Mr. Hoffman's absence. white silk coat dress with accessoriesto turned and ran my horse as' fast as

t hatter, rawhide. Hall's Department f.tftfff4.t44firilfII match, was attended by Mrs. T. G. he ever traveled in his life. About the

Shw., Dr. Othma L Haynes returned Saturday We never ask a man to take ADVERTISING Hartwig as matron of honor, and the time I reached the other hog, the old .: strain
from a visit to Fairburn, Ga. + CLASSIFIED J said, Toot toot and left.
something he doesn't want. If groom had as his best man his son, ,
iiI'1 "". ]its. B. C. Willis has returned from Mrs: Haynes remained for a longer he leaves this store without I****************** Mr. William D. Cordray.The "Well, to say I was mad, would not
i, U extended visit with her mother in visit.with her parents before return- buy. which tell any thing." .
ceremony, was perform.
aebonville.It. ing home. ing he goes with the assurance WANTED-Tobacco salesmen. Earn
ed Rev. T. G.
by Hartwig of the Luth-
i. that his call was appreciated. monthly.Expenses.. Exper- HATS OFF TO ST. LOUIS.
?" Mrs. T. D. Griffin, of Jacksonville, We don't believe it wise to carry $100 f Advertise and eran church, was witnessed only by Let every man who has perspiredand

1 t ;jk visiting her mother here, Mrs. F. goods from one season to M. Alvarez. ience take orders Tranecessary.from merchants for relatives. The of the couple.will fumed and fretted under the bur =1
announcement be
.rxWainright another therefore This apple "Come tobacco cigarettes a sur- den of a heavy coat at the dinner
jelly whispers
are selling smoking and chewing prise to the many friends of Mr. and
\t f Messrs. W. C. and J. Townsend,I $10.00 silk suits at $7.75. J. M. again and get some more." A new lot cigars, etc. Send a 2 cent Mrs. Cordray, who will wish them ev- table praise St. Louis, for there the p=4 ,

.' Gf Lake Butler, were in Starke on: Alvarez. from the season's best fruit, in all stamp for full particulars. Hemet ery happiness. hotel managers, restauranteurs and

r fe.P 'buineu Monday. its purity, deliciousness and cheap Tobacco Co., Now York, N. Y. 6510t cafe proprietors have abrogated the '
.,- I A beautiful old coat-wearing rule., Men who wish .
I effect in inside decora- ness. Dried fruits, fresh all the time. LOST A THUMB.
I ,*, T.,i Argo left Friday for Wal-I tion, produced by our flat, soft-toned Just telephone J. F. Kickliter. 8-7-lt FOR SALE-Fifty thousand guaran- may slip'out of their coats at table

*- do,,where he has accepted a position' Perfection Flat Paints, and Mission missionary straw- Earl Roberts, a young man of Law- and attack their meals in comfort.
'
anteed genuine
P M. a telegraph operator.' Stains all toy, lost the thumb of his right hand I While the women are keeping cool by
I c:01orQuigley Lumber &: Mr. Jay S. Brown captured a large berry plants, ready now, at $2.75!
Tuesday while trying to put a belton the simple of off little '
Supply Co. process taking a
last f
3 .; green worm Saturday which none thousand. Orders from this ad
5 doses
6 666 wil1 break per a gasoline engine. The belt
"J slipped cloth here
K of the local bugologists could No. 2 more and there why
Route ,
f classify.The
CUI. of Fever quick. E. Billingsby,
or Chills. Price 25c The and Roberts' thumb
regul
r 'preaching services at worm was about four inches 8-7-lt was caught in should not the men folks seek:cOmfort -
fi long
Sanford Fla.
/ American steel wire and fence posts the M.,E. church were dismissed Sunday and had several large horns on its the cogs of the engine and literally I .in the same way!-Savannah. r

I P tat Hull's Department Store. Get our evening on account of the first head and smaller horns at regular intervals FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-One 4 I pulled out by the roots. News.

aa i prkes.Messrs.. services held at the Baptist church by I 'on its body and was a robin horse gasoline engine, never used, ,

a the new pastor, Ifor. W. A. Ferrell. !, egg blue in 'color. a bargain. Will sell for cash or ex- ,

k ,i J. T. Wills, Jr., and David change for property of equal value.E. JOHN B. STETSON UNIVERSITYDELAND
Plenty to
.WWa are attract you, more to *
spending a few weeks at T. Campbell 872tWTELWNDLE
The Starke Grays and the Raiford FLORIDA. s
Hot interest
-r Springs, Ark. you, and everything to
M I nine played on a wet diamond in Dui THE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN OF STETSON UNlVIHSrTT: .. .. .
1 tempt in .panUclc.! uU ,
Fine you our line of Men'sodd Park aaUro, UMOT d cffrta .ti. Tk Craduu iclml ,
iS\, line of rockers, diners can Tuesday afternoon and the --CMKCT krfav tatk.de, mw It ,
vr and eI truing .tltr cxeeUeBt lutncton. .
pants at $,1.00 and $6.00. J. result in favor .... .'. esUWnl Art-Surtar tie Mat M t {
'J2Wlfai 1 chAirs. Hull's Department was of Starke by; a FAMILY tIOTiar tk.e { krfnr > eoBeiM .( th. eiHuUy. Tk Tuc"' ''' C.fl -Pnetd -'
v M. Alvarez. score of 11 to 9. The visitors showed SEttcT mailers ., Arts ad S e_ TIle C.u;._tlll acUa ui.a.L TIle SC.... .f
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-) roe oar Ihale-La" Fatuity .( artiata... Splendid uical .....>hr* u4 MUral MWicit .r-
I good form, but were unable to hold 1 L'C.sL ti00KLEt I' g*1Jbatie.. .. ft .o; :W e' have anwork extra'stro"g line Mrs. U. G. Turner and two children their own against the fast Starke TIle t-.dist srtiats. .f tk assay U elute .f t e w.rt' FU itBdUfc, M-w ./ in* wtt.-::
SdI**I f HMMfeU Efto-RH.I r CCWM. Fiic tMtken. Fia dare; ri.
H, aigf shoes' in all are spending a month in Henderson- team. ondtr carthl .aac *Mnt Separate tysa 11... Fin team "en.i...rt>r bcia. '
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4M OMrcB Cared- for 8* Far This -I.1tJwat-m: It k a Wekme Addition to the Table .Washington,-D. C,-Aug. t-That < > GOOD ..* ?. .* PER BARN

Year .This eatapmarrdnticarsnl CellI-, and Easy to Raise. glanders' vaccine ia not effective in '" ,
I the warn -- O. Jor ,..
matOHs
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far withwhich'the
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by t rendering horses immune ONLY -
Four hundred aDd. thirty-four, dtfl-, Washington, D. Co, Aui: ''_For from this RELAT , .
i of velvet beans hasto .
grower disease is the
:itemomelep orphans, abaodonsd.deterUd ,' persons who like novelty in their food conclusion readiedby 5
i contend. It frequently,'consumes specialists of the Bureau of Animal -. gAI'
: erifpled, blind, diseased, : and in .their gardens, an interesting
I all"the feaves'of the plants, ruining Industry,' U. S. Department of Agriculture -
-.d. neglected and helpless,.have field for experiment is.offered by the
as a result of extensive Oi Andrews ,
them for either forage,or: seed. Ordienaiily"when experiments Mercantile r
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been referred to the Children' Home- new Japanese: vegetable, udo: Nur- with horses and other an- o

: Society of Florida,I Florida's greatest troubled' by an outbreak serymen have grown the udo under the imals. ((The experiments show that .. :-'
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charity, during the first seven,months of, caterpillars, 'the.farmer turns for name 'of ,Aralia Cordata for orna- while mallein is highly effective as EMIMtWHJjS

of the present year. These children relief to' the- arsenic compounds; but mental purposes, for twenty years or a means to discover the presence of IF you want nice harness,

hare come from every' nook and corner in this case he is confronted by the more,but as a vegetable it is still com- glanders in a horse, neither malleinnor A good collar, or any piece of harness'Z

.of Florida and have ranged' in ages fact that velvet beans are easily burn: paratively unknown. On rich soil glanders :vaccine has shown any COME TO SEE !

from one day old to sixteen years of ed by such compounds. Dry arseni- it grows to a height of 10 feet or more, positive value in curing animals sick IF you want nice custom- made suits, US-)}
.... About two-thirds these little producing a ornamental of with glanders. / '
very mass Tailor
cals in anyform, ,used as a dust, made suits; i
ones were girls _the others boysV large leaves and in the late In the
burn them to severely. We found in green experiment 17 horses were Carroll Adams Shoes, ,5
.' Death has been the chief destroyer our experiments last summer that 4 summer, long loose flower lusters, used. These were stabled under such A Stetson hat, V JJ

of homes while abandonment' cruelty, ounces of lead arsenate paste to fifty sometimes 3 feet in length. In appearance conditions that vaccinated and unvaccinated A cheap hat- i
.A neglect, desertion, vice and crime, it is much' like a larger could be brought into can- A nice
of water about
gallons was as stronga range, l
have each added to the loss of
parents, of the tact with
variety spikenard or petty a good discharging case of
as'could safely be used, even COME 1
spray TO SEE
the wrecking of lives and homes.Only U&
morel native of glanders. Mallein
a our woodlands.The and eye tests were IF want to
when added As
lime was this weak you sell your eggs at 20 cents per dozen
twelve of the 434 at ,
are now
blanched shoots of the udo used: carefully' to determine the
re- Your chickens "
dosage was not very effective, we have at a fancy price, 4
the Receiving Home at Jacksonville ,
been various have a characteristic flavor. Properly sults. The investigators report Your cotton at the best
trying compounds, and price- ;
home found for
good family being
a have this found prepared they are delicious-or the following conclusions which appear i
summer solution COME
a
TO SEE US:r
every homeless and orphan youngster, the author of Bulletin 84 in 3
so just pub- a professional
paper publishedby IF want nice ;
stove
that is cheap, effective and safe. It you a -:
but this dozen, all of whom are anzaiously consists of: lished by the U. S. Department of the Department entitled "Immuni- Cooking utensils i

waiting for some good hometo Agriculture under the title of "Ex raaion Tests with Glanders Vaccine" *
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Commercial lime sulphur solution, COME TO *
open up to them, and some good fa- periments with Udo the New TH result obtained SEE US.
\ quart. Japanese -! by these in- IF you want calico at 4 cents per yard -.T;'
,
ther and mother to love them. !
has fouund them. '-estieations
Vegetable, anpear to be sufficient to Nice ginghams '
Lead arsenate paste __ 8 ounces ; 1
in a"week two dozen -
will Perhaps be added to this number more Water_______________ 50 gallons The plant requires little care and with .demonstrate the unsatisfactory results Ladies ready to wear goods, ,
so the devoted to it of this i -
same space yields method of immunization. Fancy ribbons and laces-..
Marcus C. is real The amount of lead arsenate that can I ; a
SupL Fagg hoping the emount of Of the 13 '
approximately same immunized animals, 9' '
i soon to find good homes for this little lie safely used depends somewhat on i COME TO SEE US..
food for the table and contracted the disease '
as asparagus from natural IF want furniture '
' the weather, on the condition of you cheap' ;
An
t nock as soon U possible. averageof is ready for use at about the same exposure,'which is a large proportionwhen Bed
springs at $1.50
two children day received growth of the beans, and on the thor-. per pair, ,
per are oughness of the stirring. A black' time in the spring. After the first it is considered that all animals Sewing machines. i
and for bthe Home
provided frost it dies down each autumn to were aged and kept most of the time
4 Society the round. sediment forms in the tank; and unless COME TO SEE US. i I
year come up again in the spring, muchas during the out doorS. Of IF
exposure want
the mixture is constantly stirred, or you a new buggy, ;
The oldest of the
= one present group, and rhubarb do., A the
asparagus 4 remaining immunized horses, 1 A pair of good
is strained before spraying, the pump mules
t waiting for good homes is Arthur a
{patch of it be forced each died of
can springfor impaction after the second vaccination Wagon harness
fine lad of 15 Then there is will become clogged, or the plants ,
years. at least six years and probably while the other 3 animalswere Horse and mule "
excellent girl of 13 that receive the settlings from the collars- .
Omega an years. much longer. The flowers attract killed August 20, 1913, in orderto 0. 4.,,
Lena smart of 11 bottom of the tank will be "bnrned. COME TO SEE US. '
a happy girl years.
bees and flies in such numbers that a ascertain by post mortem examination IF want
you prices
of the lead
Edna, a full orphan child of 11 years. Eight ounces paste to fifty on fancy groceries,
Minnie largo girl of 15 gallons of water seems to be sufficientto field of it is usually humming with in- the possibility of glanders existing Good green coffee pounds for :
a years. sects. As a honey plant, therefore, in these animals which had $1.00COME "-
sweet little brunette of eight kill the worms, if the solution is SEE US '
Lilly, a the udo deserves the attention of bee- given positive reaction but IF YOU WANT ANYb1ThT
scrum
years. Clarence, a three. months old not too soon washed off by rain. The ,ANYTHING AT I i

baby boy. Gene and Willie brother caterpillars do not die promptly, kepers. which had returned to normal. In COME TO SEE us.

I and sister, six and eight years of'age. twenty-four hours being necessary; Udo-growing is not yet sufficiently artificial infections of the vaccinated WE ARE STILL' IN BUSINESS IN RAIFORD -
general in this country for animals they showed resistance AT THE BRICK
Gazelle and John H. another brother but they become sick at once and cease no STORE.. _
the least expensive methods of culti- whatsoever, as both vaccinated r
to feed. With this strength there will
and sister six and eight old.
'These last two sets of children years hoping be no serious burning., ,An occasionalold vating to have been worked out, and horses promptly developed an acute . . .:...
'' be scorched but this is conditions in America arc so differ- form of .disease from touching the
leaf
to find homes together. Mr. Fagg my ,
will be delighted to receive applications of no practical consequence. The ent from those in Japan that little Schneiderian membrane with a platinum A.-
o1.
for any of these children, all of younger foliage is not burned. With benefit can be derived from..the ex loop which had been touched to a O. Andrews M rcantile'

them being well and ready to be from three-fourths to a pound of arse- perience Oriental growers. It is, growth of glanders bacilli For the ,

afi j1ace4. ..I.,.....' nate to fifty gallons of water there: however, reasonable to assume that present, therefore, it seems advisableto 'h
the cultivation of the udo Raiford. Florida .
presents'few abstain from immunizing horses by A
This burning
considerable burning. -
effort the Home Society was
By persistent not noticeable until three or difficulties. It is adapted to a this method, as a practice of this kind . '.- '. .. A ;. '.,
has done its great work this was
year I
wide range of climate, as is shown by may do more harm than good. Owners ..
four days after the spraying.
and kept out of debt.But more funds I
the fact that it grows all over Japan, having horses' which are supposedly
must be secured at once if the great The newer ins ticide, zinc arsenate,
I but no part of Japan suffers from immunized would naturally become
work is to continue out of debt. R. V. whim can often be substituted for
t- ''CoVington,the treasurer of the Society lead arsenate, did not work wel>for I drought In this country the udo has careless, thinking their animals were '
this The lead arsenate I done best in moist regions, in particular resistant to the disease, and thus Rheumatism
-.1: for a number of years, will be purpose.
should be of the neutral basic form, in New England, the Atlantic even a better opportunity would be "
delighted to receive donations of or Blood Poison %\
States as far south as the Carolinas ,
offered for the propagation of the disease -
money, no matter how small, at the not acid. in the rainy region of Pudget Sound, than if the horses were not Scrofula l Malaria l
,1aeIdquartersfor the state, at 361 St For economical spraying, a good : .
and in the trucking sections of Cali- vaccinated. Furthermore; the fact thatthe1
James Building. Jacksonville, Fla.Mrs. barrel pump mounted in a wagon is r0 Skin Disease 4=
fornia.
blood of vaccinated animals .
E. L. Bass the faithful matronof necessary, and a power spraying ma- cannot
the Receiving Home,located at 1944 chine is much better. It will take Where greenhouses or cold frames be utilized for serum tests for two Because it Purifies
available the seed should be ,
arc planted or three 'months after the injections'is R
Riverside Ave., Jacksonville, will be about fifty gallons to cover an acre.
Natural in March or April-one-fourth of an also'a great disadvantage in the the Blood
Enemies. ;
f, very glad to welcome donations oft .. < .
inch insoil that consists of
clothes, shoes, hats, games, toys, These caterpillars have many natural deep equal eradication of the disease. 'XIAO WHAT WHO Porasi ui Of '

dolls, fruits, staple provisions, sheets enemies the most efficient of I parts of loam, mold and sand. As As a result of this preliminary LIPPMAN'S! GREAT REMEDY-P. P:P.MStfSRto .
I Soon'as the 3 4 inches
plants are or work it that the control and '
and pillow cases, handkerchief,-naps which are birds, especially rice-birds, appears *:' ltabbl a.L... .f tk. Smank CtrtntiM. .>'
Ida and most anything else that children blackbirds, mocking birds, and'native high, they can be planted.out in the eradication of glanders must still be .writ*tt"Had.neoattackee
... ... .
M mlf lUlttfel
ground or potted and set out later. the concentration of Dr.W a.eebM fcwr :
e << can eatwear or enjoy. Visitors sparrows. If our farms harbored as dependent upon ft ud wits P.P.P.oyipgtr:cured J. I day*. 1 took,..medidiM u *fad ra
!Thereafter the udo needs llittle at our efforts in eliminating infected H. DnidMO. who bad raffrnd Otam hop, but MW cn&M that P.P.P.Wit. ;
are welcome at the Home every many of these birds as they should, i yean with blood potea and..... a real beDdL :
afternoon from three to five o'clock. the farmers would have no need to tention. Its root spread with extraordinary horses and the adoption of proper pre- IT WILL HILP'YOU, TOO-AT ALL'DRUCCISTBI.00F. '" ..:
rapidity through loose rich cautions the introduction of
for We found the against
This caterpillars.
great work includes all the spray
PPM'ANiSAVANNAH
soil-udo is not recommended forpoor infected animals into stables fre' V. GEORGIA
the birds the unsprayed _
churches and beliefs, except the Mormon congregate on *- j--- .H
dry land-and the crowns soon from the disease. The results achieved ,
and is ,supported by voluntary portions of the fields; so that by -
becomes at least a foot across. Three in Germany, Austria, and Canadaby
donations only, and covers the entire spraying the Portions most heavily
and a half or four feet is therefore not these methods have proved very .
:4 state. infested and leaving the remainderto
The interest and help of every citizen I' be taken care of by the birds, we too great a distance to allow between encouraging, and no doubt'if executedin .

e 3 of the state is earnestly solici i were able to control the pest over the plants. the same spirit in this country a WHENEyffy YOU NEED

ted. whole Experiment Station Farm. The Perhaps the greatest difficulty con- marked reduction in the cases of

:. birds do not to feed the nected with the cultivation of the udo glanders would.result
seem on
THE TWENTY YEAR TEST is the blanching of the shoots. It is '
poisoned caterpillars, to any extent, GENERAl'
A T NIC TAKE 6OYE'[
"Some twenty years ago t used and we have seen no instances of the these that are regarded as the real great care must be taken not to per- e :

r Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera and Diar- birds being poisoned by the feeding. delicacy, for the flavor of the stems mit the shots to Break> through into

rhoea Remedy writes Geo. W. when green has a certain rankness the sunlight: If they succeed in this, f--1
also feed these
5' Brock ,Pub., of the Enterprise, Ab- ice Wasps in keeping them down.actively on I which is unpleasant 'to most palates. they at once become green and their The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless dull Tonic is Equ -| ''

x Since then no one can sell me anything caterpillars and render efficient serv-' Various methods of blanching the flavor rank. Shoots can be cut Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the UvefT

;, said to be 'just as good. During all A fungus disease kills many, and, early shoots have therefore been experimented when only six inches long, but is bet- Drives Out Ma1 ;';,. Enriches the Blood and Builds:up/'

these years I have used it and recom- in favorable weather, may even con- with. In California excellent ter to let them grow to 12 or 18 inches.In the Whole System. Fit Grown People and Children;tl.

mended it many times,and has never trol outbreak. results have been obtained by cooking the ,ttdo there is still 5:\

; disappointed anyone." For sale by all mounding up the earthin' the early abundance of room for innovators.In You know what you are taking when you take Grove'a Tasteless chill't' '-

dealers. Who says the world is not growing spring over each_ plant much as is all experiments, however, one thing u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the well k

Get better! Not done with asparagus.. Elsewhere must be rembered. When raw, the II tome properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest ter|
for has
prices been
our printing and an umpire
: we
however, the late frosts make the soil stems contain a tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Ch>'lleand F -:_
will get your orders. lynched this season.-Pensacola News.I too ,cold and the shoots are slow in which gives them a deeded\ and to Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor toN .

c.3 many persons unpleasant, taste of Mothers and Pale. Sickly' Chndren., ,Removes Biliousness without'pugW!:.

pine. It is,'however, easy to eliminatethis Relieves nervous depression and lowspirits. Arouses the liver to action I,
by soaking thin slices of the purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengths -'>
No should be without it. Guaranteed We it.
family by you Druggist mean .__
houror.
for
stems in ice cold water an

two, or by boiling them in two ""...
// Is a Well Known FadThat or three waters, as is often done coming through. I tablespoonful of butter, and |

: with strong-flavored vegetables. The Another method is to put a large tablespoonful of flour, mixinll_

author of the Bulletin, who' has been drain tile,with one end closed, over flour and butter until smooth. -_ .

experimenting for, eight years with each hill before the spring starts. with .pepper and salt. .Re i p<_

; udo on his Maryland farm, suggeststhe The shoots which com \,up,inside the one bunch of udo; enough for, '

there is no' cheaper or better for 3 following recipes 'as samplesof tile are well blanched but they show persons. -) -

way what can be done with the vegetables tendency' to. produce a .number of Just how popular the cdo 1riII.,

: unopened leaf stalks which take: away come, is ,not predicted. It 13 __-
a man to indicate his respectability and Udo on Toa t. from the robust growth of the shoots.To able, however, that amateurs e

Peel the shoots and drop them into obviate this, casks or boxes fillled ment'with it for it is not at ate! |

standing in the industrial world than by the cold water. Cut them into 4-inch with light, material $uch as sand-or posible that udo prove a-valaabldition _

) ngths. ,Boil them in salt water for sifted coal ashes have-been tried with to our table vegetables :

i employment of bright and efficient 10 minutes, then change the water, ad- nsiderable success. In any case
printing ding .a fresh quantity of salted them to soak in the water for a half .Not So Strange After AH-? -
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% i water and boiling until quite soft. hour or an hour, so as to remove the You may think it strange tl

Preps a white sauce, such as is used resinous material in them.:. Serve many people are cured' of

> for cauliflower asparagus put the with 'a French dressing of pepper, trouble by Chamberlain's. T __

: Bradford b,to in it, ad allow it to simmer until salt, oil, and vinegar. Do not dress You would not, however, iF

County Telegraph thoroughly soft. Serve on toast the shavings until just before serv- should give them a triaL _1"

fn the usual way. If there is too much ing, as they become stringy on Strengthen and invigorate tie ste,.

ir of the pir.e flavor, as there may be standing in oil. and enable it to perform lb,_

,t GET OUR PRICES AND WE WILL( VET YOUR WORK if the shoots are not thoroughly Udo Soap. I tions 'naturally. Mrs. Rosa
; blanched, a second change of' water ReMove the skin from the shoots. ;Wabash, Ind.,-writes 'Nothing J

; Telephone 40 will remedy this. Cut in pieces one-half inch long and the least good until. I begs..

,1 Starke, Forid | Peel the shots, cut them into :3. wash thoroughly in cold water. Cook i Chamberlain's Tablets. It t#:

9l inch lengths, and, they split th"m into until tender and mash through a co-I[! wily the best medicr* for, ,:i

iiil : thin stavirgs. letting the
r ice water as they are made. AllOt milk,' one half pint of 'cream, two by all dealers. -"i' '_

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it K UGUST 7tb, 1914.. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. PAGE SEVEN .

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t --p---- UTTLE THINGS. BLIGHTING OF ROSE BUDS.' I. .. : ,
OVERLOOKING .
r )n1L1,1 iG, DOES'' -, r r.k
p:1: Rosebuds often affected f
I. life are by a
through
FOZ LABOR Many a person, goes .
PAY -
tb NOT blighting of the petals during late ;
overlooking the little things and vain- J
: ., I spring and ,early summer and. lesa 0) ,
De'I
Itt
3't _vBtWeMI': t 1)'.'rrasPin at,the big ones. '
;Q frequently this blighting of the petals H'1th DrinksI

I : "" Cora .yleJ When death claims'them they 'are occurs daring the late winter and

.: im.- -. '' not "possessing.
still
! i>jSj 11.j* : which &Tupingobut spring. ,
of fodder pulling, .
t HM practice It was the result of starting wrong. The cause of ,the trouble is a minute ,

!ltii:-ke; 'followed. in ,the South so And'so it is with many men with insect that works in the soft tis-

'leWTand,,,)deb is,still prevalent" to- some w meD', in the matter of newspaper sues of the petals, at first working in

!I!f 4J M many' farms, is a practice peldt.ofIII destjjgf advertising,'although the ranks the calyx but after the, bud opens the Hot Weather:; :

t" :decrease the corn ,the'vi- of the overlookers are becoming thin they gain,an entrance ,inside of the '
lower
.
and to
-..JI-ear I per every year. petals. By opening the affected Pet- ,

1 tatty Of the seed for the following Some people never,let an opportunity als and watching closely the minute

;....1'", 5.' &.F.. .Presley Coker_ ,of Farmer.Harts'jgt slip by. insects may be readily made out. Theyare What is more refreshing and health-building the '

I ; g, C. in the Progressive No line in the local paper ever es- of a yellowish lemon color. They during
*
.I It\ '.ftvQl not take much experimenting capes'them, lest it be something that move about quickly and are able to long hot summer 'than good bottled beer? Our

'isit.tk4t part of any,farmer to proveA1fti. might be turned,to their advantage.No fly for a considerable distance. The pure .

Us.entire satisfaction that fodder when advertisement is ever overlooked eggs' of'the little pest are laid mainlyon brands have'a world-wide reputation for Purity Quality ".

t t does not pay. I know lest it contain an article of the stems of the rose bush usually ,.
r not pulling .fodder you in need and which and Flavor. '' ,
jyoatalk: of which they are within four or five inches of the bud.

.WitMeh a tender spot with the majority may be. purchased to a better advan- Very,few have been discovered in the .

Ipiof: farmers, for many of them believe tage now than later. calyx. *:.

to do, but let me urge read the advertisements. Bottled Beer Worth While -: --
Wf| H is the thing advice All people Remedy: Prepare .some insecticide. .
to follow out the it business, have 'reduced ,
'l-every\ r farmer Some. make a The following found to be one of ,
papers, "to think science and extract the ", V-i
f\ our agricultural it to a the best
:of. .
| (i'laore for,himself" and experiment to greatest benefit from even the most Commercial lime sulphur, 2 1-3 Pabt Blue, Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer

, 'whether or not a thing pays', insignificant things.It Bottled Beer =
If 1 ad oat quarts,%"black leaf 40, 3 1-2 fluid PiUener Style Bottled specially for Florida.
by the ex- foundation
convinced the
cannot be is a big stone in water 50
5. te ounces, gallons. -
ii Brewed from choice
malts and
; Known and sold the world Has been well
and
of others. of their success. over. favorably known "
, f'-pctieace This insecticide has been found very
hops. A favorite. One
of the experiments for No merchant spends money on Absolutely the best bottled beer for its high great ''
results quality for
:\The effective in destroying thrips in California over 30 order will make _
,: i I L"part four years show conclusively printer's ink unless he has something also in destroying the thrips that can be produced. Ask any years. Must be good you a steady

>that where fodder is pulled when the worth offering. Something you need, affecting the tomato blooms in Flor- may'I ,;

i.v leaves begin to turn, there'is and sooner,or later must have. ida. .Other contact insecticides oS-| Per ease, 1 doz. small ___$ LOO --'------- $ 1.00 f
bottom are 1 Doz, small.____________$L50 .
-24 cent in yield, afford to overlook these 5 Dozen ______ '_____ $LOO :
i*I '. loss of at least per threefourthsof No one can greater or less value. 5 Dop" small ___________$ 6.00 Per case, 5 doz. small __ $4.25 10 Dozen (1 Cask)____ $1.00 <
r when lest he miss an
"'' i i of era: If pulled there is about advertisements, article of need op- In treating roses, the first step is tqget 10 Dot, small -------__$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small ___,_$ 8.50 5 cask Lots, per cask, ____$ 7J>0 -
dry .
,the leaves are portunity to,secure an some of the insecticide and placeit -

' 10 per cent decrease in the yield. The at a minimum price. in a .vessel such as a tin pail or : .
::1)
: yields infi EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE :
the who
starts right
following table gives No manor woman tub, using the'ordinary solution as for -
fodderpulling test for 1911, 1012 with a firm grasp on the little things
j our spraying. Then clip off all of the rosebuds .
,
. and: 1913. will fail later in life to attain the big that show color or older clipping -

'. ;L 'Tide la 1811 Bwatb 1912 Per Acre. 191S. ones.' back 8 or 10 inches of the stem. BIG MONEY THIS
SUMMER ,
1\ E'rly E'rly L'te E'r1r L'te All things arc small in the begin- Drop these quickly into the insecti- -

Me, 1. fodder ning, but they attain size in accordance
,flat. Bulled SO S9 42 48.S 48 cide. After the entire rose garden has
i set No. !. fodder-- with the acumen, the energy, been in this follow
:.Pk 35.1 44.S gone over way, up
" ";: ; -pmlkd 19- 29- -S6.5 the perseverance of the one who with a thorough spraying with the in- Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit. / ,

,*Jecitas] ihels d yield_U 12 10 S.S m UPsnessed guides their destinies. secticide that is used for killing the Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular stand in town and at'

., yield p'r UU 1S.1 27J 7.7 All advertisements have some merit insects. the end, of the season made a profit that will mean monejjn the bank; .
and
and they are of especial value interest \
i i.--,At first thought one might think Much good can be done by repeated
decrease inyield to some person. sprayings with this insecticide but t
cent ,
r ;this twenty-four per They are an important part of the Summer Drinks That Sell'
-
1 was the only loss from fodder one should not hurry in doing the _" .
in life which should never
of the next year's crop. little things work. ,The agitation of the buds and .
i on the yield be overlooked, for out of many little NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW'Nonfotoxicating. CIDER. ) i
of 'the loss, since much leaves causes the insects to come out ,
i ;| only a part things a few big bnes grow. The best light brew made. Less
l
,. 'pulling, but the fact is, this presents and be killed by- the spray.- Less than ''2 AU the best kinds in. stock for ,.:: .j F,

n -. ..,.. !?.? comes through the effectJ's.Oiakirom This remedy has been used for over than 2 per cent alcohoL Bottled per cent alcohoL Refreshing and '
fodder pul1ed TWO PEOPLE IN A STORE. special for prohibition territory. immediate shipment. \
: a> fifteen years. It would prove completely healthful ; t
Have you ever observed the actions As near'real beer as possible. '
much lower in vitality successful if reinfestationfrom .
*
titan Md,is seed very corn taken from a field of a man and a woman; in a store? / adjoining premises could be pre- 10-Doz Cask ____________ $8.50 10-Doz Cask ___________::_ $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs per gallon __ 60c. 1

I If not still have something to
''properly matured and developed, and learn. you 'vented. All Prices, are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to : .
: seed is planted ORVILLE '
j AUle E UVUIUJ when such We'spent a few minutes in a local L. MIZELL, Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles 5<
. in yields must neces- Special Agent, ,
} 'a decrease crop store yesterday and this is what we F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. .
'f eerily result. Not only will the yield Dukes, Florida.
'
but the quality of the corn saw \ Florida Experiment Station
lowered ,
t 1 14Jbe also for anything, which tends to lower A man from the country strollea in, Gainesville, Florida. BLUM COMPANY .
.. cause greeted,the proprietor: with a breezy CHAS. f..
the yield will, in most cases, :
"Hello,".remarked about the weather,
more inferior and wasty corn. RESULTS-TELL.

Last we conducted ,an experi- crop prospects, the latest dog fight Established Over 25 Yeats'and Absolutely ReliableJacksonville '
> year matterS d
,few other :
mOt to determine'just what loss we and a important There Can Be No Doubt About The I
\ and eventually ..remembered that he
from planting :"fodder- : Results in Starke. '. Floridaffff (
peals ge$_ wanted a curry tomb. He'took the '
compared with seed "
pnHed seed, .
first one banded him, tossed a' dollaron 't4 -
fodder not pulled, Results tell
,:properly, matured, the tale.
the counter, shoved the change i ltohis'
results. All doubt
is
removed.
:with the following
Plot NO.. L Plot No. 2. pocket without counting, helped The testimony of Starke citizen + 11111111111111.+**+ The Case of L. L. Cantelou.The *****,: 111111111111 if**

" Fodder-pulled Seed Cheek Plot himself to an apple, and leisurely fol Can be easily f ff ease'of L. L. Cantelou, Claren f f irf =
tad.te aere u.5 6&sEJ investigated.
TW4 t pr
,. N.edWd in bushels lowed.his nose to the street.... What better proof can be had? CHURCHES. ff don, Texas, is similar to that of many SEABOARD TIME TABLE. f ;4f

'. ,H.. acre 4.1to 0 0 \> Ten minutes later a woman walkedbrisk1) Mrs. tf others who have used Chamberlain's .:.-- ff
7.1P Johns .
eat deems to yield Maggie Starke, Fla.,
.. eeit.pb --.. 12 U in, banded the clerk.a smiling says:' 'about three years I BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Terrell. f Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea'Remedy. The following schedule is f '
, U 1.4 ago was '
'& Tttol Walt. in.bushels. la per bushels acre "good'morning," and promptly requested bothered by kidney disorders and suffered f Sunday school, 9:45 A. ff He says, "After trying a_doctor for .4 now in effect: t f Kf

, .' ,,, (waste and yield UJ 10.& 1 U.4S'11t61 i to be shown thus-and-so. She from backache and M. Homing ,service 11:00; ff several. months, and using different No. 3, Jacksonville to Tam- f :;
cent severe pains
:r *loss"-(per of. fodder- picked it up, felt of it, held it up to in my limbs. Doan's Kidney Pills evening service, 7:00.- Visitors ff kinds of medicine for my wife who had f, .pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. f t:

,A<{' 'Ittt.i.....d..INMI else in of busbea fodder 0 the, light, twisted it, turned it_ over, were recommended to me and I used cordially invited to worship ff been troubled with severe bowel complaint f No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam- f If :

t ... per e with examined it from every vantage point, two boxes with the best results. with us. ff for several months, I boughta pa, due at Starke 11:14 P. M. ff

;ln '.ftrat the "fodder- considered the price-and rejected it. They relieved the kidney ff 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, No. 15Jacksonville to Cef ,

j',' 'Mue4'; ed" we have, yield of'52.5tasthds It was not just what she was_ looking and removed the backache and difficulty pains' CHRISTIAN-.Rev., Ernest + Cholera and .Diarrhoea Remedy. f dar Key due at' Starke 4:49,, ff

' per: acre,showing 12 per cent I have often recommended Dean'sKidney f House, pastor. Services .on + After using the second bottle she was P. M. f '7: Ff
for.Did
: ,;;''Pet: or'a'waste of 6.3 bushels per the clerk have something else? Pills to friends and this f morning and evening of each + entirely cured." For sale by all No. 4, Tampa to Jackson f' 1 1f

!11fIdIe. in the case of the check He did. Three different somethings has my ,. f second and fourth Sunday of ff dealers. .. ville;due at Starke 3:49: P. M. f 1+t:
remedy always brought benefit".A
';;' pfet-iia bin a yield. of 56.4 bushels were shown her without any better result the month. ff f No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- f j '

! ,'pile,'acre,, showing only 2.5 per cent Then the light of the world returned LATER STATEMENT.. ff NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOB TAX DEED f ville, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. f '.
On April 12, 1914, Mrs. Johns said: UNDER SECTION a
n 1 rot,.or1a wash of 1.4 bushels per to her first love, tested it, PRESBYTERIAN-No regular '" 4888. LAWS OF FLORID f No. 14 Cedar Key to Jacksonville f >
"Doan's
Pills have
Kidney
: '" sere' fondled it, caressed if, and told the given mea f pastor. Sunday school at ff Notice ii hereby given that G. W. Shame, due at Starke 9:21 '
lot'of good and I am willing to recommend purchuer of Tax: Certificate No. %%7. dated + + 1 ;
14 c;>..Tws,then, shows a loss for the "fod- clerk she "guessed it would do, though 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. ff the kt day of July. A.' D., 1912, has filed A.M.
seed" of 41 bushels them as highly now as ever.I ff aid certificate In my office and has made .:
per
dor-pulled f 4- + 3
:.|; not just exactly what she,Waited praise this remedy whenever have application for tax deed to tone in accordance #<
(there[ ,:or 12 per cent in the yield, and She paid for it, counted her change Rev. B. T. ff with law. Said certificate embraces the f Starke and Wannee Branch t i if

lljUf bushels per acre, 12 per cent in carefully, let her eyes roam over the the opportunity. Rape, pastor. Sunday school ff ford following county.described' Florida property to-wit:situated in Brad- f # -
Price 50c at all dealers.
"watte.Take from this the loss of the store, took note of,numerous thingsshe Dont at 9:45 A. M. Morning serIf South Half of NE Quarter of SW Quarter f No. .101 leaves Starke 6:45 oil x .
t ask for Section Twenty-one, Township Seven South,
"I Vefcttk plot of 1.4 bushels,or 2.5per wanted later on, and departed simply a kidney-: remedygetDoan's f vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + Range Twenty-two' East. f A.M. f '

f jtjit waste, and we have as a final loss with a fund of information stored up Kidney Pills the seine that f service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior + The said land being assessed at the date f. No. 104 arrives at Starke f ; tgf
?! Mrs. Johns had Foster-Milburn Co. of the issuance of such certificate in the name
&s'i'" to.the "fodder-pulled seed" 9 for her next visit f Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 + of C. A. Rhame. Unless said certificate shall 2:45 P. M. f 'r
Props, Buffalo, N. Y. be redeemed according to law tax: deed will '
; MhIJa'.per acre, or 16.7 per cent. Women are born shoppers. f P. M. Senior Epworth League, f issue thereon on the 24th day of August A. ; .

mtMd r to'this the first effect of the fod- I Sunday '7:15 P. M. Visitors ff D. D. 1914.Witness f Limited Trains \ f ;
TO ORGANIZED LABOR.
my official signature and seal this
r .fer puling, 24 per cent decrease in the SOME CUSSING. The Pasadena Board of Labor en- 'cordially' invited to attend. 4f the 20th day of July A. D. 1914. f ff

! preceding year's' crop, and you have a ,Some people, are natural born cus- dorsed the national prohibition billOw f Clerk Circuit Court.W. T.Bradford WEEKS County *Fla. No. 9, Jacksonville to Tam-. f t ; .

-\toW,loss of 40.7 per cent. It is to +*++*.11111111111111..... By R. A. WEEKS. pa, due at Starke 12:51 P. M. f ,
sers.They before Congress, and sent out a
}loo:wondered at that the average corn cuss at the heat and they circular\ letter to labor 7-24-51.Seal) Deputy Clerk. f No. 10, Tampa to Jackson f ; '

1,jUd:of our Southern States for thepvC'ten cuss at the cold. organizationsand The Ocala Banner publishes a f ville, due at Starke 6:10 P. M. f tf

'years 1901-1910-is fcnlyJU They cuss if it rains, and they cuss labor\leaders throughout the coun- grewsome story of conditions in five NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED T. J. Griffin, Agentt' : ff

if it don'tThey try asking. them to urge their con- prison camps on the East Coast. Such UNDER SECTION S OF CHAPTER f
for
bushels and 1911 .
;; per acre,
and senators to vote for the 4881. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
.aly twenty bushels per acre?, cuss their neighbors, and they gresmen stories are generally exaggerated but Notice is hereby gfren that Joseph Crews, ****11111111111111****
cuss if their neighbors cuss them. measure. The letter outlines the sometimes they are not, and in this purchaser of Tax: Certificate No. S, dated a ttt
q$|'TkiioHowing tables give the value satisfactory conditions in Pasadena the lit day of July A. D. 1912 has filed '
it two acre plots of corn Plot No.1 They cuss their meals, and they instance the statements made are sufficiently said certificate in my office and has made
.f
cuss if have after a "dry" experience of more than definite to call for an investi- application for tax deed to issue in accordance -
they no meals.
Wd-r not pulled, plot No. 2 fodderat with law. Said certificate embraces the
it 9 They cuss their wives, or cuss be- twenty years-conditions particularly gation on the part of those charged following described property situated in Brad- MENa

cause-they have beneficial to the working man-and with the supervision of the convicts.A ford county', Florida, to-wit: a
l-Fodder not pulled):. no wives. West Half of SE Quarter Section Thirty. .
*I. "'" corn @ tl per _beL. 40.00 They cuss the judge, they cuss the declares that the statement appearingin traveling man told the editor of the Three Township Four, South, Range Nine- DM wale. until dintaisee .t;
_._. and plar-Ung <* acircular sent out by the brewing teen. East ..... lagPMtMt -
,oj 8.00 preacher, they cuss the dog and they Banner that in these five'camps referred The said land being assessed at the date rtmw. Thra.UMU .
.4.00 cuss the cat trades and other labor bodies that to the mosquitoes since the of the issuance of such certificate in the name! .* sea bav
ETbI ) i.- 17.96h of Unknown. Unless said certificate shall beea wrecked in tbe
i1!'' j They cuss.in the morning, they cuss "national prohibition means wide rains hovered in clouds not quite as be redeemed according to law tax: deed will 21?I'_t led.* Igaornoeaa606n
?f" 12161i all ( spread poverty, and suffering and degradation the smoke from locomotiveover issue thereon on the 24th day of August A. Z .
' pIut.N.. I- !* set avenue in yield- dream of cussing. is ridiculous and untrue.It the-prisoners, who had no protection my official signature seal this
>M Wd.. bushel 80.40 the of A. D.. 1914.
; h eon Q $1 per characterizes national constitu- 16th day July
"., M4 neae of fodder QU$ per Some people are some cussers, for from mosquito 'nets, and tortured w. T. WEEKS Absehfo aQ

""j'''*' ''.,' ... '. '1.10 they cuss for the sake of cussing tional prohibition as a "big step toward them day and night; that the Clerk Circuit Court. Bradford County. Fla. exrabU eases- *f extracted ewes dI..IB.... >.
By R. A., WEEKS I treat WeakBCM .f ,
lien
V.Pieo-
ii- ; .__ J7.90 real personal liberty" and hopes convicts wear_ no socks and but poor (Seal) Deputy Clerk. Ml, BU4 ....*., PUN Md all PEL-,
tCr6tSt produrtion ***+++++++! 111111 i |ff fA .+ that "history will not record that the apologies for shoes; that their feet 7-24-St TIC DISEASES.. Ineloalag BCPTCBE, "
'sties and planting S.8S wtth ot the kBlfe. ; \
"s" -.. 8.00 + f great organized labor movement of are sore and swollen from walkingin NOTICE OF ADOPTION OF MINOR. I tin tot directly lul. the hiNt
e.tthuift__ 4.00 J. C., POPPELL f the United States opposed it" "Or" Notice is hereby given that the undersignedwill a-s-srttbMt enttla-* .e dctemtlM from. ;
,a ad suing fodder ISO the early morning dews and'aogrr thirty days after the date of this notice H*...., f '--.'-. te 4 B.solicited. "
? *
,"_..., tots t Attorney-at-Law 'Pf ganized .labor," it concludes, "needs places, and receive no attention; .that apply to the Honorable James T. Wills. Judgeof Carrapeadeac. ... r

'" E 'nlae 17.SS strong bodies and a reserve dollar to they are given almost impossible Circuit the Circuit in and Court for Bradford of the county Eighth', Judicial hlor ds, Dr. Geo. L Dickerson

.rk ll"ll..* Plot No. 112.111e11 I17JO whicb Practice in State f meet the enemy in the conflict between tasks and then for not at his omce in Gainesville. Florida or whenever 3f
L r.. HW.. flogged performing he may be. for an order authorising the ill WEST' rOMTTK STREET.'
;r, ; 'To this loss should be added the and Federal Courts. ff capital and labor, and' none of these them.-Lakeland Telegram. adoption of Myrtle Farmer a minor as. our (Near Heard Baak'Bldg.)
JACKSONVILLE,
f are to be had.if we spend the moneyof -$ child and heir-at-law. n.ol.lDtlow .
1R7pereent: loss on the next year'sloss R. E. HODGES.
1ff'A'whieh will result from theayear's .Office,in Jones Bldg. fM our wives and children for drink." Boys who 'are in the habit of kilting ETHEL E. HODGES.

fodder pulling as alinsist STARKE. FLORIDA. + our song birds with air guns and' A.This Z. Adkins July 80th Attorney 1914. for- Petitioners.741.41.REGISTRATION Jo Give Qalaiae To Cbtldnn.FEBttLIXEbthetradccurkBamegfreatoaa.; ;
How to Cure a Sprain.A .
shots not '
probably
atr '" 4 sling are aware .
;"ii! S kown.' ++++.11111111111111-ff'Pff sprain may be cured in about one- that such sport is in violation of the books of NOTICE.The Bradford. county. improved Quinine. Itiu TU'tleulmap.p *' l -'
I. (List me that farmer registration sot to take and docs not dis.arb the stomach. '- }
.
a 4
every the
third the time electors
required by usua of
state law, and any person who sees ill be open for the registration Children take tt and merer know tt is Qubfat. .
;f. ;" !!more> hay and stop pulling fm.edb8t'.to your crop unpullcd, from which to se- jeatment by applying Chamterlain': them kill bird can-have them at my office in the. court house remain at Starke on Also>> especially adapted to adolt who cannot r .
will
a arrested August 6 and open on
Uondar. tike.
ordinary Quinine. Does not aauscstt
} ::... = : those farmers who still: !ect your seed and 'hot suffer the second Liniment and observing the direction and fined for offense.K Thursday' Friday and Saturday of each week bI tJae 1au4. Try norcansenervovsnessBOTrinfiaf .. a t.

vat they must pull fodder, lit mefire loss which ailsealers. every__ during the month of AugustC. it the lint tou jo need Qnteio* for any par.,' ,_ -
Fo sale
comes through planting vith each bottle. r by V> M B K flW B B A. KNIGHT. pose. Ask forlroaneeorigtaal package. TIle ri fl.aa ,

,' "two or three acres 'of ,inferior seed.. Read the, -Telegraph J -$U.<:0 a year. 7-31-5t Supervisor of Registration. +l'J I&UJlJC II Won ja 1IoWc.. :s caa&Ia .t.\<, l ,
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h, ,, PAGE, BIGHT.; HRDFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: FRIDAY; ,AUGUST '7tb3i

'to
: >> be with us for some time, rebuildingthe -.. ...

old transfer 'slied,'.putting it in .

r; I -, goo$ condition for _the coming strawberry .

season. MRS. B. 'B
HOPSON
News Items We; ,wonder howl the'scbool tangle .
County '
will terminate and whether or not
ii ,
Hampton will have a school this year? \ Y--'

t Looks like they could come together. .j,

4 ]tt.iuttg ,Fact Gathered During tlu Week by Our The ditching process in,,the centerof I am, offering my entire line of ;

11 't Refular Correcpondenla. the avenue presents a handsome ap-
.iM; Uearance
Sale
pearance to the, eye Wonder if it is DRY GOODS) SHOES DRESS {

I /: the only solution to good roads? ,

r NEW R VER. .- J. G. Crews Thursday night They all Quite a crowd of Theressa folks GOODS AND NOTIONS at and
I came to Hampton Sunday night to ,

I 1; A reviv&l meeting will begin at the report plenty of chicken and a very attend services at the Christian I : BELOW COST. I intend to dose' out the Dry, Goods

f New River' Baptist church next, Friday enjoyable time. church. department'in :;

I, I a evening. Rev. P. 'Q. Cason, pastor Prof. R. C. Keith,visited friends at The Hampton Dramatic Club announce the ,

; of the Baptist church of Palatka, Palatka Sunday.Mr. .. that their next bill will be next thirty days, and will continue .t

I: will be the evangelist, Re.v. F. B. Emery Gunter was a visitor to '
"The Old New Hampshire Home, a business with rl 0
: 'Johns, of Starke, will assist rum. Everybody Evergreen Sunday afternoon. There melodrama in three acts. They promise Millinery alone. losing U I

t hopes that the meeting; will seems to be some attraction.LITTLE .

I; be a great success. Messrs. Cason and '" comedy.us a The fine program exact date with will plenty be an-of $ If its a bargain you want don't fail to "*

SPRINGS.Mr. .

{ we Johns think are that both there forcible, will speakers be several and Arthur Crews, of Raiford, wasa nounced next week. visit us. Next Saturday I will give. a valuable present to each ;

} new additions to the church. visitor to this section. last week. !

I' There was a crowd of the New River There was quite a crowd of folksat MAXVILLE. lady paying store visit.
Miss Juanita McHargue, of Jacksonville my a.
I folks went to Sampson Lake Saturday Worthington Springs last Satur-

: night for a fish fry, but the fish day evening enjoying the day in and is visiting Miss Marie States.S. : ,
P. Crotwell, of North Carolina
: acted wise and stayed in the deep water around the springs. IT IS
' J is spending a week at Maxville.
t so everybody got left and came Miss Armantine'DuBose was on the HOPSONi3

home. They only caught four fish. sik list a while last week. H. L. Parr, of Newberry, N. C., was $ j

I Mrs. W. T. Turner had as her guest Profs. Othoe Mizell and Carl Scaff in Maxville a few days last week.
f Lee J. .Andrews of Jacksonville MRS. B.
'. last week her sister, Mrs. Spears, and are still with us, as no doubt they ::
made a trip to Maxville and
purchased
$
i' her charming daughter, Myrtice. They prefer ,to stay at home, sweet home, .
twenty acres of land east of town.
returned home on Saturday morning. for while. anyway.

j There was a small crowd of young Mr. John Mott took a trip up to see 0. B. Finn is building a new barnon .%%,j,'' :!

, folks met at the home of-Mr. Yarborough his sick brother, J. R., who has had an his town property.G. '

I, last Saturday night and play operation performed for appendicitisat E. Field, of Whitehouse was a '
-
.,. ed games until a late hour and then Jacksonville. Reports say that he Maxvills visitor a few days ago. friends. SHERIFFS SALE. NOTICE OF ELECTION. t
Notice !a hereby given that under and by ;.;
Wm. UWatson ;
( everybody returned to their homes. is getting on all 0. E. Duval county's Ag- Miss Ruth Gill, of Anthony a virtue of a certain writ of execution issued WHEREAS the legislature of 1)13., .

Mr. R. J. ,Turner returned home Miss Katie Dubose and Miss Conie ricultural Adviser, was visiting Max- guest for a few days of her sister, out of and under the seal of the Circuit ida the constitution did pass three of 1885.joint of resolutions the state of ]
;
Court in and for Bradford county. State of
' .' last Wednesday evening after a stay Rimes were at the homes of their par- ville and advising our local farmers Mrs. H. C. Pearce. Florida, bearing date of the 22nd day of ing amendments to the eonstitutioa tl.
'I state of Florida, and the
last Friday. Miss April A. D., 1914. in that certain therein same were_
Florrie cause -
the latter of the week.'Both Terry is spending a to by vote of three-fifths of
t ; of six weeks in Starke. Miss Corrie, ents part pending wherein B. B., Waldron is plain- a all the i
\, :Mrs. James Speer and son, Ray- few weeks with relatives at Callahan. beta elected t oeach house; that the fete
t his sister, is holding his position until are teaching school, the former at tiff and Southern Turpentine Company a said joint; resolutions were entered 1
,l mond, and daughter, Miss Jamie, left Miss 'Irma Haynes and Mrs. Mary corporation defendant. L S. Denmark, respective journal, with the npoa
i he returns in the latter part of the Midway, the latter at Heilbronn as sheriff of Bradford county Florida, have yeas aid

f : fall Springs. Wednesday for a pleasure trip with Duval, of Jacksonville, are guests at levied upon and will offer for sale to the that thereon the said and Joint they resolutions did determine be sabmstL and
\
relatives in Virginia, Kentucky and the home' of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. highest and best bidder for cash on Monday, the electors of the state at the
genera
I. Cotton picking will soon be at hand I Mr. Aleck Dukes, who is also a pedagogue September 7th. 1914 during the legal hoursof hon in November 1914. *.<..

11 1 and everybody will be bowing, and, ofI' left for Alachua on Sunday other states. Blanchard., tale on said day Company at the office in the of town theSouthern Now therefore.*I, H. Clay Crawford,j
Turpentine
W. K. Sligh of the .Max Jacksonville "tary of state of the state of
president
t course, everybody will enjoy it. afternoon. Mr. J. B. Dye of representing of Lake Butler Bradford county. Florida, all hereby give notice that a ," ;
ville Farm and Development Company the Osceola Fertilizer Co. of the following described personal property General Election ,""
around ,
, Mr. W. T. Turner has a pomegranate Mumps are quite prevalent. to-wit- "
has been spending several daysat was a visitor to Lawtey Wednesday. One and typewriter desk w'll be held in each county is Florid *:,
tree in his yard that would be a here at present. typewriter one Tuesday next succeeding tbe first MoaJi
h, Maxville.' roll top desk three straight office chairs one
' : The Little Springs Truckers Asso- November. A. D. 1914. the said Tuesday 1
eight for some people to see, for they COMMON SENSE. desk chair three lanterns one lamp one the -'

are seldom grown in this part of the ciation met at Little Springs school Mr. and Mrs. Thomas States spent sat iop desk and water cooler one chipper, Third Pay a' November t
Wednesday in Jacksonville. There will be few more cases of two tool sharpeners five hundred and seventy- 'or the ratification or rejection of'ttit!
\. country. The tree is very.heavily loaded last Saturday afternoon. This organization blackmailing of men by unscrpulouswomen five feet conveyor chain three conveyor chain joint resolutions proposing amendments fa t
." to be into [gears two H. S. ft: G. engines one engine constitution of the state of Florida,.vis,
with pomegranates. seems getting a CLAY HILL. with the aid of the Mann act marked "Vim," 'five air compressors, seven A Joint Reselatiaai '

., Miss Phyler Renfroe is visiting relatives ',condition to do something. home Mr. and Mrs. Horace Perry, of if the case of a woman indicted at water rnnns pumps four pop, four valves boilers two, six four-way water iron eol- Proposng. of Article.Amendment Eight (8), of,the to SeetIn'm. ,

ti at Wauchula.Mr. There was a box supper at the Starke visiting Mrs. blocks two jacks four composition water
were Perry's Milwaukee is decided by the United of.the state of Florida, relating to county
of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Mizell Sat- hose, two whistles one vise one pipe vise ', -
and Mrs. W. T. Turner was visIting on ers.
Mr. and Mrs. S.
parents, J. Starling, States Supreme Court in accord with two rout drills one small digester, one Be it resolved by the legislature of'tbeof i
in Starke last Friday. urday night for the benefit'of the last week.. the opinion of the Department of Jus- wrench forty feet -6-18 inch shafting Florida: ;
:. -elve feet 1-15-18 inch shafting twenty That the following amendment to
: t Miss Katie and Nellie Turner, who Methodist church of Worthington. It Mr. H. B. Hudson returned Tues- tice. The woman in the case is 41 and feet 2-15-16 inch shafting, nine digesters Six (6), of Article Efeht (8), oft *

I have been visiting their grandparents was a pronounced success, accordingto day after a visit of a couple of weeksin the man against whom she brought '\nr wheelbarrows, .three re-distillers, sixitnnee tntion of the state of Florida is hereby i
I! tanks. four separators. two eopner reiving '" and shall be submitted to thee dee
t for the summer, will return to their those who attended. the north. charges is 21. They crossed a state tanks two chain hoists one raw '\ state at the general election to be 1...

t home in Coleman so' as to be ready Miss Agnes Gardiner,of Starke, has Mr. H. J. Taylor and'w e made a line and his arrest followed. A federal *-"' ",'e-, two one circular dynamo,saws one one switchboard iron water res-and f*He;ratification ant ,Tuesday or rejection in November: A. IXir s:'""

1 "i to start to school next week. been visiting friends around Little business trip to Jacksonville Thursday grand jury indicted them both r1"trie' wires with globes conneetH time.k Section 6. The legislature shall provide]
nine condensers two copper coils* four, 'he election by the qualified electors ja
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for the week.
Messrs. and R. A. Green Springs past
i Floyd are returning on Friday. and the man was sent to jail. A demurrer fractionating columns, one hanging scale two. -onnty of the following county o6laer..
busy taking the agricultural statistics Church services were conducted at Mrs. Maggie Hudson of Jackson- against I platform s...1... ore 'll"&lrOnes, three gallon -I Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff
to the indictment the .
iron tanks, three wnod tanks 'r'x iron bles, a County Assessor of Taxes, a Tu '
4>f the Bounty Sardis church Saturday and Sunday, ville, was visiting her parents here woman was sustained and the case drums, one iron water tank one copper still tor. a Superintendent of Public last
the pastor S. W. Sheffield, officiating. two iron stills, two Conner pots two stump tinn and' a County Surveyor. The tern
LLL .. the latter part of the week, Mr. 'and was appealed to the Supreme Court. pullers, twenty-one barrels fifty sacks abel?. office of aO county officers mentionei ia 1 '
.. Mr. Kirby Crews has been visiting Mrs. S. J. Starling.We A view of the indicates tos. piping and fittings, pulleys, valves, et&. : section shall be for four'years exeegttf
common sense case
RAIFORD.Mr. relatives and friends of Little Springs. connected with the plant of the Southern Turpentine ; .. County Assessor of Taxes and Coast?,'
are sorry to learn that ,little that the woman was equally as Company In Lake Butler Florida, sev i Collector who shall be elected for tee r
_ A. D. Andrews visited relativesat Sunday school-was alright'at Sar- Curtis the enty-five three-inch boiler tubes sixty-eicht I until at the general election to be held IB 1
Sunday. Starling happened to accident guilty ,as the man and that if one was sacks alkali one lot tools two recording -.ar A. D. 1916, when and after which I IHn
Worthington dis church last Sunday morning. Let'sall of cutting his foot which caused sent to jail the other should be. If the t I I ranges; five steam gauges three hundred and ,I be elected for a term of four*
Raiford base ball nine crossed bate come, out and have a fine Sunday seventy thousand one hundred] and twenty THeir powers duties and eompmsstiaa i
' a trip to the doctor. We hope for hima innocence of a Ionian imposed up- pounds of wood.,one vsecum gauge one air' be prescribed by law. The legislator i
Butler nine but and
with Lake Friday I
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school every Sunday 'morning.BRADFORD. speedy recovery. if she is forced to range one watchman's clock thirty-six rovide by law for tbe care and cost *
, the score was 5 to 6 in favor,of Lake on, or accompany a ehinner knives, four chipper bed plates one all count funds and shall provide the i iif
. jI M'. David Lang, a progressive man for an immoral purpose condemnation 14-inch leather belt one 24-inch leather belt reporting and laying out alt such :
I, l Butler.' farmer and one 10-inch leather belt one 8-ineh leather Provided County Treasurer ek**" In (
number of cattle raiser of this sec- of the man cannot be too belt one 12-inch rubber belt one IC-ineh rubber -*al Elwtio nbeld in 1114 shall hold off* i
f I Quite a our young people There will be a series of meetings tion drove his cattle over to Macclen- strong, but,where the man and wom- belt one 10-inch rubber belt four 6-inch He term elected.
j attended the social at Lake Butler on rubber belts one lot of acriD iron, lease expiring r A Joint BeselatiaaProDOsteir y;
to begin here next Saturday and will ny Friday and had them dipped. We an are equal sinners the Mann act is, January 1. 191 covering lot on which 'Amendment to Se.Hos'
at the home of Mr. and
Friday night plant b located one office building, factory of Article IV of the constitution ef the
continue through the week. Everybody hope others will soon see the benefitof invoked to punish
Mrs. A. C. Strickland and all reported unjustly one, whiles building' and four storage buUdings. two of Florida, relating to the ,appoi"tmene ;
f .': is invited to come. this process and follow his'exam- the other goes,free.-Savannah. News.. ears of brick one chipper, one tool sharpener, Commissioned officers o' th state nl+*:._
;+ a very pleasant evening. ._ ,three hundred seventy-five feet conveyor chain 'Belt resolved by the. leg'clature of tU
I Mr. Biles who has been Our school is progressing nicely un- ple.Mr. one air compressor one water' pump one of Florida: '- -\c'
1, ,'" W.W. employed der, the management of Miss Mattie Ge orge Wilkinson went to APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. boiler. four water columns, two pop va,.... 1 I That the following amendment to'
I I by the T. .G. Cranford Lumber Notice of application for tax deed under section two four-way iron blocks two jacks, four '6! of Article IV of the constitution of
1'' Stalsby.. Highland Tuesday to clerk in his son, 8, of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. water hose, two whistles, one pipe vise one State of Florida b her"'bv aimed to any ,
3 I'
t '1- 'Co.;here, returned .to Jacksonville on Miss Riso Barry spent Sunday afternoon George's store while he went Hereby notice to given that H. N. Hodges, poet drill one ,small digester, one wrench. i'I h. Emitted to the electors of the slats j
on a
/ nurehuer of tax artistes numbered next
'a Monday. respectively six digesters two circular saws and one saw adontlon or rejection at the etc
I at the Springs. business trip to Jacksonville.We 182 and 137 trued by the tax coltertor I.frame two condensers, four fractionating col- Hretion hereafter; that is to ",. that,
Mr. W. H. Harrell, who has been of Bradford County Florida, each of uid certificates I iimns one recording range, one clock twenty. Hon It of Article IV shall be amendei M ito
employed in the commissary ofI Mr. George Edwards and family are are glad to learn that Mrs. H. bearing date of July 1st 191%. hasSled four chipper knives, four chipper bed plates. read u follows: s. '-...\-
4 t f. I moving this week to Ellington. We B. Hudson, who has been ailing for said certificates in my office and has made j one 14-inch leather belt one 24-inch leather Section 18. The governor shall aWal
Clark's tie camp, near this place, together application for a tax deed to issue in ae- belt one 10-inch leather belt one 8-ineh leather commissioned officers of the state mffitto.'i
wish them much,success in their new, the past two' weeks with a case of -ordance with law. I belt and one 12-inch rubber belt .tiling an adjutant general for the sol
I, with his family, visited relatives home. the grippe is The said certificate embraces the following The same having been levied upon as the I pith rank of briradier general who shall !
,, in Jacksonville last week. very much'improvecLRev. 'ands in Bradford county Florida? assessed property of the Southern Turpentine Company t -\.'., of taff. The duties and eompeesadta
Mr. T. B. Edwards is visiting dif- James Strickland reports' a .* the date of the issuance of said certificates a corporation, and will be sold to satisfy said .of all officers so appointed shall b. as : .
, f Mr. Weaver, editor of the Mayo n the names and under dates and numbers execution and costS. : .v law. The terms of office of alt cosl
r Free Press and family of Mayo visited ferent points in South Florida this pleasant and spiritual meeting at.the Hereinafter respectively particularly set forth B. DENM'IRK.Rheriff n rd officers *f the pnfan'xed milif staB!

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..'k" week. organization of Caleb Baptist churchon to-wit: .Bradford county. Fia. ptinuons during,the pleasure of the *
i' hia brother, H. R. Weaver, here ,Certificate Number 112, embraces lot two, D., E. KNIGHT. ""r* subject to such laws as mav br es/*.
I last week. Miss Mattie Stalsby visited her par- McGirt's creek August 2nd. of block eight in Worthington Section thirty- Attorney for Plaintiff.! Hy the legislature providing for their' Y
l" ents at and A and three: townnh-p six. South range nineteen "',rent for age or other cause '
Lawtey Saturday uncommon unfortunate
Sunday.She very 8-7-61.1 .
Mrs. J. J. Brooks, of Providence, isI 8.t. assessed unknown. lA Joint ReKl U ". --
I was accompanied by Miss Eva accident happened to a Mr. Lewis on Cert'ficate Number 1ST embraces lot six, ORDER OF PUBLICATION.In Proposing amendment to Sera <.
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visiting her ,son, J. A. Brooks, this ., block eleven in Worthington. Section the Circuit Court for Sr lr<. V of the constitution. relating to J
week. Edwards.We Friday afternoon of last week.I He hirtv-three. township six. South range nine- ford County Florida.* In Chan- jud'ciary. '
; .4 Fust, assessed unknown. eel'). I Be H resolved by the legislature of the,i .
j are glad to report that Miss was plowing a jack with the plow lines pen
I ,: D. C. Kinlaw. et al.
D. H. Mosely, who has been on the UnVes Mid certificate shall he TfJefwA I of Florid
Maude Lynn, who has been confinedto clinched in his teeth, when without according to law tax deed will issue thereonon p* Compla'nants.vs. That the following allU'tldotlnt to'
.:i sick. list for the past week, is able to One of Article V of the constitution Is I
: A. D. 1914.
kor bed for the few weeks is warning the animal became the 7th day of September all
be up again. past frightened This August 6. Ideal American Con"'"iH""n. et 'v "-rr'd to and shall be prooosfd a-SJnittf
rapidly improving. and made ,a sudden dash. The re- 1914..W.. T. WEEKS. Defendants. | d to the elerton o! the .ta'e fw a"
R. B. Roberts, of Worthington ':1"\ r* the Circuit Court Bradford County, Order For Publication. .' rejection at the next jr""er*! r1"rliotI
Mrl: C. M. Andrews was a, business sult was absent teeth and a mightysore Florida. >s to defendants. Arthur Rylander aid tTt"T. that is to Bay. ,sad Section Oat
> Springs, visited his family here Sun- Stewart Tie ft Lomb Cmm-nn v><> *T. ** te.w
ss
: sir rtele shall be amended so
WEEKS
visitor R. A.
to Starke Mr. Lewis By
day. ,. Monday. jaw. the next time 'SraU Deputy Clerk. Fleminr Executor of Harriet,E. Fairhead as follows: "
t Mr. W. H. Harrell made a business, you start to plow keep the reins in 3-7-5t. dc-pased. Section 1. TV judicial power of 'the
t ? Mr. John Ritch and wife were busier It awaking by affidavit duly filed that Ar- shall be vested in a fII1IrefOV.t..
trip to Starke Monday. I your hand. 'V.ir Rvlander is a resident of the town of -c-rts, court of record.of.Eseambla
ness visitors to,Starke Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T.'Barry spent last .mcreus. Georgia and that Stewart Tie 'rminal courts. county ,courts.'eonnty
t .. t J. ,A. Brooks and family ,visited his LAWTEY.Mrs. ORDER OF PUBLICATION.In Lmnbr Co'n'any is a for'ien corporationwith and justices of the peace and such other i
rj week With their parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. the Circuit Cart f'r Bradford its president Arthur Rylarder. 'a iw5- -r' eeram'rsions as the legislature wv ,tfime
brother, W. G. Brooks, at Starke Sunday M. Padgett is spending a'few County Florida. In Chan lent of the town of Americus. Gorsr" e "lT to time ordain and establish ,Tae!
W. Barry.vof Bro ker. M. Fleming as'executor of Harriet E. latnre 'nrncrilie the eorapeiwahoa"nsticcs of
may
They motored in his eery.
, over new Mr. Charles Edvfards made a call days with relatives and friends in ). C. Kinlaw, et al. *B'rhead, deceased, is a resident of San n'*'"n. sad judges of te several coartt f
... Ford. Maxville.Mr. Compla'nants. I "alifonia. and it further appearing that this - ; to see Miss Truddie Thomas, of vs. 'Vr should now be made; itntion and laws of Florida shall ir.r-
I,I R H" Weaver. visited Lake Butler Worthington last Sunday afternoon.Mr. J. C. Cone was a business visitor Meal American Corporation et all It is hereby ordered that defendant Arthur I abolished : '
.f Monday. to Starke Defendants. I Blander. and defendant Stewart Tie Lumber The votes east in eompl'snce with saW
I ''. Charley Benton and Miss Cecil Tuesday. Order For PabUeadoll.A. Company and H. M. Fleming as executor -.....cI a1O'ftldlllt'nts. and the canvass, a
I :: J. C. Crews has,reopened his store Mr. R. Muse and family, of Sanford to defendants' William B. Lukens Josh of Harriet E. Fairhead. deceased do appear ,cane and returns thereof shall be lub''f
! : Raybon. were visitors to Miss Rosa >'th. amended supplemental and amendedbill the regulations and rwmfcasro to a
, .. and is'ready for business at the relativeJand > M. Thomas Martin V. Smith. Samnel C. same
l' same Barry Sunday afternoon.Mr. are spending a few days with Lane. J. B. Earl. J. c.. Eddy. Thomas W. of complaint in the above entitled cause 'idfd Joy few for general elections ia''<{'
: old stand. friends in and Pitta. J. DI| McLnnore W. R. Lane, Franew upon the seventh day being the nil day of fate of Florid -
near Lawtey. ; .
t Michael Andrews attended the 'teCall and J. B. James. September A. D. 1914 ; and that this order be ..- IN TESTIMONY,wm
k 0. K. Cull filled his regular appointment Mr. and. Mrs. H. J. week for four consecutive I have hereunto set my I
box at Mr. 0. L. Mizell's Sat- Dressing returned It appearing by affidavit duly filed that the published once a .
t. ; at the Christian church on supper here -esidence is unknown of each of the defend- weeks beginning on the seventh day of ,Ann- and affixed the great'oral <
urday night. There was a large crowd Saturday from Valdosta, nts.. William B. Lukens. Joseph M. Thomas. nft A. D. 1914. in the Bradford (roonty (Seat) t H- state of Florida. st r
j f' Sunday'morning and night and all Ga., where Mr. Dressing has been rep- Mart'n V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane. J. B. Earl, I TeW'anh.' a newspaper published weekly insad lahaueA the ea,ftal. tba '
,1 reported a pleasant time. Bradford county twenty-fifth day of 1111'
S. W. Tillis visited Lawtey Sun- T. C. Eddy. Thomas W. Pitta, J. D.
Mr. Charley Edwards and mother resenting the Armour Company dur- nore, W. R. Lane. Francis L MeCall MeLe-1 none this the. 6th day. of August A. D. D. 1914 ) <
+ ing the peach shipping B. James, and it further appearing that this 1914. H.' CLAY (nHWORI"
day.Miss made a business trip to Brooker Sat- season. W. T. WEEKS, s-7-l3t Semtaiy ef.-
Ruth Malphurs the efficient order should be made; r
Mrs. J. H. Moore and little I' (Seat) Clerk.
t urday afternoon. son, It is hwbv ordered that each of the de- -
k assistant teacher at Heilbronn school, Paul, returned home last Friday froma 'endants William B. Lu ens, Joseph M. Thomas By R. A. WEEKS. Notice ef First Meeting ef 'n4ft.1Io
visited her I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Barry, of Lake ,' Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane. J. B. M-4t Deputy Clerk. In the District Court of the TJniUdS*
t parents near Santa Fe on ,I land, were visitors of Miss Maud sojourn of several weeks with rela- '..rL J. C. Eddy. Thomas W. Pitta, J. D. "or the Southern District of Florida.bankruptcy. .". .
Saturday and Sunday., Lynn MeLemore. W. R. Lane. Francis L MeCall MAYOR PROCLAMATION.I .* '
tives
and
I. last Saturday afternoon.The friends in Tennessee. 'nd J. B. James do appear to the amended E. E. Csio\a Mayor of Starve. Florida. in toe -matter of J. R. Dover of.
Quite a. number of our young people Postmaster R., B. Jackson was a ipplemental and amended bill of complaint by virtue of the authority vested in me bylaw Florida in the county of Bradford. L_
attended a pillau at the home of mumps are a general'outrage the above entitled cause upon the 6th day, do hereby call an election to be held in ifrrcsaid. bankrupt ,
in the Bradford settlement and business visitor to Jacksonville last 'in* the rule day of October. A. D. 191(. the a'oresaid town, by the qualified voters ,, Notice is hereby linn that on the 48thf i
upon '
Thursday nd that the order be published once a weekr therein on Tuesday the 8th day of September July. A. D. 1914. the said J. R. Dour
t HAPPY Mr. J. V. Edwards they are having eight consecutive weeks beginning on the \. D. 1914. for the purpose ,of electing the 'nly adjudged bankrupt and that the ,'
MOTHERHOOD Mr. Lem Sapp of Raiford Brad1 'cllow'lIlf officers netting of ha creditors will be held fa J
mite an enjoyable fast We was a th day of Anoint. A. D. 1914. in the :
regret County Telegraph a newspaper publish- One Msyor. (One year.) Hie: of the clerk of ..' k 'l'behaldnessofmotherboodistoooftea' to see Mr. Edwards in such distress business visitor to Lawtey one day 4 week). in 'he aid count of Bradford.ne One Clerk. (One year.) rent building in tbe city of JseksoBriU +
last week. "- this the 6th day of August. A. D. Three Aldermen. Two yea's.) county, Florida on the 15th day el'
but he
n ,. ducked because the mother's strength b always says, "Boys, they don't 14. One Treasurer. One year.) ft A. D. 1914. at 10 o'clock. Mal.*
f y sot equal to her cares,while her unselfish hnrt" However, ws wish him a very The Baldwin baseball team came W. T. WEEKS. One Assessor. (One year.) pie said creditors may attend prove die
devotion neglects her own health. ,jown here and tel) Clerk. One Chief of Police and Collector. (Oner. lair-s. appoint a tirstee. e'sm'ne tV .
\ Tuesday crossed'bats
,It is a duty of husband speedy recovery.Mr. By B. A. WE3KS .) t, and transact such other bnsinen "at" ,i
', that she the or friend to see G. C. Barry, of Gainesville T with our boys., The score was 8,to 3 '-7-St. 'Deputy Clerk. One Night Police. (One.year.) frrly\ cone before said meeting.t'f;:
'' gets pure medicinal nourish- SvO Inspectors of elerti\n-T. N. Kendrick F. Jacksomille, Fla. July Kth. ISli 1'f$.
ment in Scott's' Emulsion, which is not !*>e to roe Us'parents Sunday, Mr. Ji favor of Lawtey. '. S 'alffr. A. H. John. CUAS. S. AD3lsrz' ?

I a drug fie stimulant but nature's concentrated and Mrs. J. W. Barry. Rev. W. A. Ferrell and family, of Tn testimony whereof, I hare hrrrunto ritrbud -7-lt Referee in Ban
t : oil-food tonic to enrich and enid earlS Oil Ssrti, Otter JeneSlii lu't ten mv name and caused the seal of saidpvn
Starke. were visitors to Lawtey last to be hereunto affixed this 4th of
day
,liven the blood,strengthen the nerves and HAIM'O The worst cases,no matter of how long standing, 'ugust >. D. Read the Telegraph-r-$1 is
Ai \Sid the appetite. Physicians everywhere Saturday. are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. 1914.E..' E. CANOVA. -
r l I'd.-t&nlCribe S****'" Emulsion for over. Mrs. 0. K. Prince left Saturday for Mesdames H. M. Hill and Emily Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiL It relieve Mayor of Starke FIn'VX >*v

; il N' ;worked: ,'nervous;tired women: builds '\' short visit at Raiford.' 1;). Sales returned Pain and lical,at the same time 251:.&Cc.&1.CA A. FUTCH Clerk. 8-7-St Piles Cured Ic 6.to '14 Dcy'Your
homeTuesday'
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z (op and holds their druggist will if I'
t up strength. The G. S. & F. refund money,
Ce carpenter, gang ar- from Jacksonville where they 'ave.bees Cet o r.prices'for printing and >1STME.ST
$ Scott's at your,nearest drag store. .,I : .,:we fail to cart are cise'ef
ived '
y y 4 in Hampton last Friday and will speeding several days visiting, Mr., Michael Tndrews attended the will set your order. '-'! 'aeri'anrrrtrudingl51aia41.
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