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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 14, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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:;" r k* .TOiIf COU1t1IjEAUG... NCIL I WAR MAP OF EUROPE, SHOWING STRENGTH J OF ARMIES BROOM' MAKING, ;; '. :

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1 iu* IS 'DISCUSSED N 0RTHEA -
N : JAIL IS A GROWING INDUSTRY

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Aft on.y : John
Made
y Rigdon 4,590 Dozen
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t{ draw Suit Against
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"f' 1ta"JI'nua RUIArr l Mr. A. P. Fant, of Jacksonville, in- .
... 3dtgill be in session to receive peti'e '
;i > dustrial agent of the Seaboard Air
.l ,', a tlona of candidates and make up the ,
L, is. r.' Line Railway, was hre Friday. and
: be
:' ; ;. tIda1 ballot for the election to
Saturday to
"-es" investigate the broom-
!(fcW,Tuesday, Sept. 8th, 1914. 44
i. making
industry of
Bradford
'.1 county F 2.
q'f-V"Council met in regular session Aug.'t'
;> and sent the following account of the ''

i't'! : t"bJ.'lm!} Present J.",W. Andrews, Jr.",S.+ A. business Union: to the Jacksonville Times-

r t.JlJan, G. C. Livingston, N. D. Wainmotion -
b, -. If a stranger should happen to ask
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.u. '- where is the nearest broom
;.r JJpo Mr. Wainright actedehairman 'factory to
I this city (Jacksonville he would
J (a* pro tem. 4YLaER
probably be referred :to Kansas'or
i *pV Minutes'of last meeting read and ;
some other state in the Western com

!litf 4.'I'approved i> > belt; but as a matter 'of fact, down :hat
;JC& The ros instructedio; issue : \;: t.yam'. !
: mayor fir; .fwd} ; r'Qe iaLtA
d
4 i \ ii Starke, Fla., is a little broom factory -
i\;' proclamation for the, general citJ
'r which-is not only making a fine '
:|L election to be held the second Tues-
grade of corn brooms but the
manufacturer
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:' =:'..'._ September. .' is raising his own broom
t corn
; ", )Inspectors of election were.appomt1 right at his door.
j a;;* follows: T. N. Kendrick, F. P. .
jl John I Rigdon is of the
BLACK one pioneer
sharer and A. H. Johns.
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'r '. Motion carried allowing the night q ; 8 MARIA broom makers of Florida, so far as -
t iIk '$ oa commercial quantities is'concerned '
the SEA :
l'l .J' marshal td be elected by people.Dr. (}
','y: f and associated with him is W. B. Mat-
: A'H. health officer
'i Freeman, city a
'5 tox, a western man of wide experiencein
:t tc l)'; ;' presented.hisreport showing.the l ,, % 3130'
the these
manufacture
:: 'llf :.sanitary condition of the town. Samewas of needful
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MEDITERRANEAN household'articles..
i accepted and referred to sanitaeommittee. -n
.
V ite Rigdon started two rather
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years ago -
lion. SEA .
'J!; .. -as a curiosity and an experiment
di, t ;Motion by Mr. Livingston, seconded t
to see what could be done with broomcorn
6 Jtf. .by, Mr. Andrews that D. E. Knight

bji|*.ittorney for the town of Starke be in this state, and he grew some
of the finest samples that broom makers
instructed to dismiss suit against the ,'...ol .1!.' urulL ni the piiuciKtl i Uurvpvnu
| : uutioii. III flue uf war tuuis tusiuly 21J.IlO .O".). Ou ears side, favoring Servia is the triple entente coa- admitted to have seen. He then .
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;s fi'-'" Seaboard Air Line Railway. ,Motion .u.i of England. ItUK.'.ia and Fiance and on the other aide
'i'4[ supporting Austria,Is the triple alliance-namely. Germany Italy and Austria Itself. began making them'by hand at home sV '

and soon found a ready market at
;{.ffl. ..IePort'of committee.on jail build r;
r home, for he was putting out
a more
t1r inf presented and referred back to .
13 wearable and a better made broom
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committe further informa
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,,. A PLEASANT RECEPTION.
I"." k BLACK CREEK UNION MEETING.The BRYANBESSENT.Mr. PASSED BOGUS CHECKS. than most that could be bought pry.
'ff-; froi at the next regular ..meeting.
r. 1 On Monday evening at .8 o'clock 'Black. ,Creek Union meetingwill Frank A. Bryan, of Fort Lauderdale Chief of Police Kite received a tele By degrees he increased his plantings '
: 'Application for A. M.
Darby. r al Miss Cassie White received a large convene with Salome church on and Miss Fannie Bessent, of gram from Williston Saturday instructing and this summer he has hat- 4
.a'cotton
permit to erect warehouse
*' 'referred to i; number of the society contingent at Friday before the fifth Sunday in Starke, were quietly married at the him to locate G. N. Davis, vested two cuttings from seventeen '

.p 'Application committee' of D. C.on Jones bufldings.to. ,1 her kerne in West Starke in honor of August. Rev. L. T. Ivey is requestedto Baptist church Wednesday, August who was alleged to have passed'bo acres, getting a ton and a half to the

.the.old tin building referred repair to Miss Susie Belle Peek, of Lake Providence preach the introductory sermon at 12, at 9 o'clock A .M., by Rev. B. T. gus checks in Williston. Mr. Kite be acre at each cutting, or a total of two :

I La. 11 o'clock. Rape in the of few relatives cuttings of fifty-one tons. =
'cosomlttM'tin:liuOdings.w .. presence a gan an investigation and learned that ,
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As the-'quests arrived they were Afternoon Session. and intimate Now as a ton makes
CoHecfion for friends. Davis had left town t n the 4:49 southbound ninety dozen f >

Jt.v..... from reported bond trwteei July_ ---:--2100.08 cordially greeted by the hostess and Subject--Periodicals. ''Immediately after the .ceremony ''train for Hampton but that good marketable brooms, that means f g

,j -".. '1Ms"- 90.78 her mother, wh presented them to "Can we better understand the doctrine the young couple left for a honeymoon before he left he had cashed a checkat 4,590 dozen brooms, and that is just V ;

.:t'p' 'lua. !l8.l5 S.W the honoree and were then ushered by of the Bible by uniting our trip to Hot Springs, Ark, followed by the Bradford County Bank for $2 5. what these'two men have:made so far, T

d T.W. !-582.702J04.J4 ffiss Amelia 'Ray, "to the end of the I hearts in denominations Edwia tie best wishes" of their many friends. He enlisted the services of Deputy with another cutting of a'ton and,aha1 .

'., TrMdtrer reputed" snub on hand: porch :-where the punch bowl stood Saunders, first speaker.Friday The bride is the daughter of. Mr. Sheriff,T. R Canova and in company eks.to the acre coming in a few
P' geaitoabrdn fond. .._..... amid fragrant Bowers '
..}. lutrrst -: -laut and ferns) Night. and Mrs, W. A. Bessent,' f Starke, with Mr. N. T. ,Ritch and Mr. J. H. we

Ty, ",.: -W..... J ._. ,. U2 Kiss Lura Treeman and Miss Frippe i Temperance, "Which is doing most :and is very popular, in social circles. Ritch went; Hampton: in the Ritch! Of course, this crop has not been "
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; : charmingly served '
L "'.. .T.---' refreshing fruit perance. "Which is doing the meet The groom is a prominent young automobile. Mr. Davis was at once made' by two men working manually, a'r

...f i',.r.. Leos Na1 gcBeral, .fund overdraft ..ea S8.71F. nectar from 4his-popular retreat. I harm to the rising generation, intern business man of Fort' Lauderdale. located at the hotel in Hampton. He fo r they have formed a copartnershipand .

...}. '- ,4lbhB The approach the "White House", perance, card playing or profanity, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan will reside at recognized Mr. J. H. Ritch' and returned raised $2,000, worked twenty /
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hued .
44M.1Ifollowing
was unusually attractive this : ,
k :bills were examined I on occasion. and who will be held responsible," Fort: _Lauderdale. the money ,he had obtained hands in their factory and next year

,..',|M::.a*OTaeredpaid' : Thelong-walk'from the front: Cpews Wararight, first speaker. from the bank. Davis was broughtto M will be in position to,handle the entire t ;

"iit l.2-v. *_,' *_*-- -- eoacD 1.01 gate lay between even 'rows of green i Salurdav Morninsr. LITTLE SPRINGS.. Starke and'the authorities at Wil product of the 100 acres which

,.4-7:_}.,..i t :.t'C. ... .UviBftton.-.,...-tilt ..do. ....., .- 1.01r 1.00 trees and ended 'on' the lawn which' General subject, "What is the duty'of A gtod many people"of this community liston notified, and Deputy 'Sheriff Ellison will be planted to broom. corn in thered

1:01: Ras illuminatedwith Japanese -Ian: the church to its attended.the Starke neighborhood. I
Waterickt. do pastor! Oscar McCvrmick public barbecue of Williston,' came at once a I ,
71 i"m't\. 8. Crew '1.1' terns and had seats here and there first at Worthington The Seaboard Air Line '
? {'" i kite, talaiT and feet se.00 speaker. Springs last Thurs:' took Davis into custody.Mr. railway industrial -

." .::"J., t anv. ttpair OB roller _, uo among; the roses ,and shrubs. The' Saturday''Afternoon. day Everyone reported a nice time. David is not a criminal but is department has been interested ;
h*: W.. Anirrwi A Son. hanlioc 14401S.S2 breezy
r ,};;twtl ... vtnet work. iwrdh was also lighted and -""Is the support of the orphanage Two baseball games were pulled off supposed to be partly derv.ged. He 'in 'assisting the enterprise and. '

it" s iala.1IhftI.Forma, dodo do .i 11.7. made inviting by the deft arrange at Arcadia, mission work?" J. H. in the afternoon 'Raiford winning was recently dismissed from the asy- the two men say that to the assistance' ;
1%8
14 gt .. WO ment of rugs and,chairs Sapp, first speaker.Satgrday. from Mickeville, 5 to 3 and Lake But lam for the'insane at.ChattahoocheHe of the-road is due much of their ability z
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1 .. .... .. '-o 18.00 112S The spacious connecting parlors had I Night. ler defeating''A1ad1ua, 6 to 4. Both I still'has hallociatior.s. He thinks to market the output, and to interert '

Y \ti tfl'W"AHft-+..... JhU.'da. ..; Son 82.7624.W(0.00 been effectivelyadorned with roses Mission suTriect, -"What means couldwe ,were good games, and the many spectators he has perfected some important inventions others in the work' of. broom,, ; V -

.;, l.f'e B...... '-__ .do and potted 'Plants in a color motif as missionary Baptists use to I. enjoyed themselves almost to and he is also very reckless making' in the locality. ',

';,),: rr'.. A.1 Bluitt.... do doh' 1T.2 e of pink and green. strengthen or increase the practical the "limit. about, money matters. It is probable> Broom corn seed costs |6 per bushel -

.. ,,, w..,:floes. do 0.4hroa. -87 Tables,'Were'placed in' the parlors part of our mission work?" Dewey Mr. A. H. Richard, of Santa Fe.wa's that he will be recommitted to the and this quantity win plant at least :
.
'Car1u. ;
".i 1bek.: do'L......._...... ...., '!8.57..II'liI and en the porch and for a time the McBride, first speaker. visiting around Little Springs state hospital ten acres. The' seed is planted in ; :

!"': .,i.Cw.'" .... 1I1ttbe... do... iIo ..::1.11 siet guests reveled in the game of heart Sunday Morning. last week. : March and the first cutting is made in '- =

:P.f at a.m.p" do 8.S2 dice. The prize, a bottle of perfume, Sunday school subjec t "When children Miss Armontine Dubose left forPalatka' RAIFORD.Rev. ninety days. After this, the other
; >i :a Zlaardr, 00 ..._ S1.00 was captured by Miss Lois Peek and rat
"..t Tnwtt do I_ are Brought up without Scriptural last Wednesday a visit .-Holmes Logan will preach two cuttings come in. about three f t
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r !']erR. $Bra does, .lID 12.00.vv Markley Joans, who graciously, ten- training in the homes or in the Mr:: Jesse Cole, of Leesburg, was a :s. ;1.' to 5.00 dered it to the honor
;a as; Job, Porter. do 15.60 guest I Sunday school should their parents be visitor to Sardis last Sunday. morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening yields a. good grade of corn .straw ,
:l.a :1Matt.. o.w'work .., 83.!o At the conclusion of the games lace A large crowd '
{\ All Banned, Mari and-feu ,_ 5t.M covers ,.responsible for it? If so, to what extent was at Little Springs i at 8:00'o'dock.A on comparatively poor land and/'too _

"" ''t*L .> Canova, mayor fees 15. % were placed on the tables and I ?" George D. Hogarth. Baptist church last Sunday at the regular D. Andrews and J. H. Ritch, Sr., pounds of fertilizer, it is said is alT.

I, ,< \,;:>x.!If 5F.t I.>:.1IJIo'Qeeia1:WK-JM. com officer on taxei 1>,for 191S i i_m 27.1 1000 ice cream and cake,were bountifully, ETV. L. Donnelly win preach they services and for the baptism of I left Tuesday afternoon for an ex- the fertilization required. ,

,,s .:.l f; sX.folS-JM A'Wabtricht- making WU Jor co .o served, the hostess beng assisted b missionary sermon at 11 o'clock. Af a member. 1 tended tour,'of South Florida. Samples of the corn grown at :
: Misses V
2-M Louise
r 7r;f't L..warrpB. phone r rent .-........... 1.78 Peek and May Frippe. ter preaching a collection for the mis- The firm of Roberts & Andrews, of A. H. Crews, of Worthington, was. Starke are attracting much attentionin
t r ltate4, c1erk's fees ,;__ 17.anat. During the evening an impromptu stun will b Worthington Springs ginned bale in on the
f.rc\r ene.' w1tDea feea _. cause
-,:;,.i ;;"I'4a.I'tI" ; ...do so program contributed to the enjoymentof J. STRICKLAND, cotton last Saturday. The bale I S. B. D Imarkand wife and W. W. West Bay street 'V = x
:'r' do'o all tivj guests and consisted f. ;
; i of weighed 320 pounds. Farmers win I Baisden aid wife '
:.t ImL. wan Ire thief z..00"I' Moderator. of Starke, visited .- q
wi arizJt.' Aremaa 1.00 choice piano selections by Miss White J. H. SAPP, Clerk. soon,.be at work with cotton pickingin I relatives here Sunday.Wj SOME. Y ." --;'
All. '
r ctrl.m...,, lID' .. 1.00 and Miss Susie Peek, harmonious '
i'" r.-"'--; .__'_ 1.00 earnest. >ltertR. Roberts F. E. C. mail Mr. 0. E. Alvarez

1\. ,ra r n..-.._.'doa..'do:_.:..................- 1.00.11f 1.00 readings by Miss Frippe and Lucile The Starke Grays will play the Let's all remember the sing that is dPJ'k. /Jacksonville,visited friends offoe Saturday a Porto.brought.Rico to this f

, ;! 1';>Jw: Atiermaa, do .. ..{:,.,?" .. ... 1.00 Freeman and a'song by' Miss Louise Maccfcnny team at Duncan Park this to be held with the Methodist church here Sunday.. ... web hs more than six yam that
re '..."f. k- bdbotai, do Bessent pounds. Mr:
.,.. ;a'S..i. .'--. b- ue 1.ot cfternoon (Friday) at ?:30 o'clock. at Worthington next Sunday. Dinner Miss Ruth Malphurs, the efficient: Alvarez has,1 1-2 in -' X

':lP: !r...4i ........ .. 1,001 soft,The hostess was prettily attired m a This will be. a good game and a larges will be served on the grounds, so not teacher at Heilbronn springs, returned VP..* and says! he acres win have yams a this .
white frock and the big
i !onus honoree Attendance would ,be appreciated by,I only bring someone with yon, but try to her-home near Santa ,Fe Mon yield.. The crop was -:
Ms1 ia1 Shcp lovely in a eoefarme of Hue. grown .in two
V They to have
the a basket too.
c 1. p't-+, 1Wu.. repair oa 1IOIe can ucI were central boys. I day. month He also says he never had
\ "' 4.21 figures of the smiling Miss Katie Dubose is now at home W. J. Epperson, .an employee of better ., '
w "Jt. i. .w Later Co. hnsWr Bad "picture prospect for a cane << A xL
a i' It Wcrrkk Dii. Co.. diMnfectaat nulls 10.68 54.04ti gallery of girls and handsome man, Ruth Wainright, Fannie, Minnie t>s her school at Midway,closed,1ast the state prison farm, visited his family crop

} .t' young'men, who never with and Loiuse Bessent, Carrie Amelia Friday. at Lake Butler Sunday. 'wife '
,
-: 't.W -H ,au together with A. A. Len; :and -. fi
(, council adjourned as a board more sincerity offered gratitude for Ray, Maud Frippe, Lillie Colson, Ma Miss Conic Rimes, who was teaching R. S. Fernandez, salesman for the Jacksonville Friday.

r.. q 1t 11\\st aldermen to August 10th to nAt an evening of unalloyed pleasure. bel Darby, Thelma Griffin, Annie Dar at Reilbronn, has returned from A. P. H. Cigar factory, was here on l.Ji.s' Vera Sapp, were visitors to 44

; L' hrt registration books and consider reluctant a late hour the guests made a }>Y. Anita Wills, Onie Edwards, Dorian I her school, it closing on the 7th of Tuesday t H. C. Richard, cf Starke,'visited '

4 t.has for a dtJ JaiL adieu to the hostess, her Ellis, of Gainesville; Jenety Dedge, this jnonth. J. A. B*'>o> and family visited :relatives Raiford Tuesday. at '

"' J'MIHI' :_ convened: as a board offV&ation parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White, of Gainesville; Ottie Gray, of Gainesville at Prorfdeice Sunday. I B., R. Waters has 7rtMnlar
and moved his '
brother family
"I R. A. White, who valuably and Miss Taylor of Jackson A RIG SQUASH.Mr. .
I s to equalize assessment ; Rev. F. B. Johns fined his from he e, to Lake Butler, 'We .

-1; ,?I B s,for the town of Starke for the assisted in the comfort and entertainment ville. R. S. Humphrey, who lives rot ppTwiBtment at the Baptist church on very much, to lose him from rerret ,

.R' yam 1914.ufflage. of all present, aid turned Messrs. Lucian Wainright, Roger Alfalfa, three miles north of Starice, Sirday.iM'ss.. midst our

l i11be homeward bound, rejoicing that Wells, Leslie Turner, William hrourM Hubbard : Rhona .
r for the current Raped a squash to to wn MacDonald one of our J. E. Byrd and wife of
year the social Worthing-. t'
'_ t..u caressed as follows: monotony of Starke ha Abram Bessent, Sinclair Peek, Ellery Saturday; that weighs 40 rounds. The e ciert arhers! visited her ho metor, viSted relatives here (
Men broken 5urday.and .
.' t 'wd ; JHrnWa.rtAio by*Miss White's success. Davis, Eben Finlayson Morgan Darby I prouash'lis now on exhibition at the oiks -in Lake Butler Saturday Mr. Lucas Scarborough
>4 ,... ful "at home." of Lake
\ ,r: I milia.L Harry Darby, Markley Johns, :Te1 f.8ph office. Mr. Hcmphrey :reimested Srrrdy. Ruder
was in town
fund x.::::.. S mum ,The invited ) Frday in the in-
'%*\=--'IIIIr.-,"-*">'d;"" mays t guests were as follows Guy Alvarez, Luther Powell, Henry I us to give the seed to ew,,y- Miss M2r';e Ard'ews 8r"it' t"e f.r..st of the! Lake Butkr! Telephone'H. .

.'-. 'i,. ". J" : Freeman, William Powell, Powell Carpenter I body who wanted it in order to irr o- '" pek end et Worthington Springs vfs- r01.n any. .f
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W $ ..: IS ski J Misses Susie Belle Peek, 'Jewell Edwin Freeman, Frank Lane, !duce this variety of stmash in, this 1I it" 1flats.! W. HarreH is : {

.',,;. 'f' C. A. FLITCH Clerk.* Holland, Gladys McLeod. of Indianap- Ted Halligan Joe Canova,,Bad Wdl,I I section. Mr. Humphrey has only two Arn'[! Fork! Sapp is co* ?ng. da*. in Jacksonville.V spending a few* .'-- : V l
tolls
t : BS11* always cutting. in ; Lucile Freeman Jeannette Mat Burleigh Pancoast, of Gainesville I vines and tM vice which bore this Dick P."vitt and Sam Tomminshere W T Andrew tit Lake '
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up thews -
.t,]r.shoP... j Emma, Louise Peek, Lois Peek, Susie Robert Gray, of Gainesville; Mr. Bi ry-l I lee squash bore 19 others of various a" .a Sunday. hub on. business Monday. ., was: .':. j ,

...t' I and Myra Darby, Willie HoWJJj. i an,-of Gainesville. 'sizes. i L. Sapp and wife.. C. B. Cason aNt i Boost your.country and its :' "

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SIX THE I BRADFORD COUNTY-'TELEGRAPH- r'RIDAY-------p AUGUST: :14th,. 19 14x} ,

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; La was another reason that the strongestof celled. "
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the remaining powers should forman In 1882,'after the French invasion of .

understanding*.. Tunis had roused the people to a rage ,r'I
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: x One advantage which England posseSseS that ,far ontshadowed the 'andent Nellie King FlourISGOODANDWEARESELUNG

through its recently born rela- grudges against Austria, Italy entered,. a
,
the alliance and remained
triple a
tion with the two great European r
member until its enthusiasm for .
an
Britain is in'no
powers::is that Great
SYrTk way bound to favor either in a quarrel Austro-Gennanallinaee, cooled with '
which might. arise between the two, the changes in treaties which again '. r
about the friendliness toward IT CHEAP
her treaty with the otherparty being brought _
France. The Italian speaking territories -
her
for
sufficient 'excuse remaining.
of Austria finally reasserted itself -
neutral.

Italy's present attitude tends greatly and the Austrian annexation of A/ Andrews Mercantile Co

4! r to strengthen the triple entente at Bosnia and Herzegovnia brought
Italy face to face with the possibilityof
the of the triple alliance of
expense future Austrian expansion along . f
i. which she is a member. Italy has ff*; 4
Adriatic in Albania and the in- i
J&jA stated that, while she is true to her the IF want nice harness '
I t you _
creased strength of the Austrian fleet
ii =-' I agreement with Germany .and Austria raised the II A good collar\ or any1 piece of harness- '
questoons concerning mas-
she will not alter her
friendly
1
tery of the Adriatic. COME TO SEE US.
relations with England.The IF you want nice custom made suits, '
the last sentimental .
Finally con-
;. triple alliance, GermanyAustriaand Tailor made suits,
it is estimated has nection with,Berlin and Vienna van-
Italy, a com- Carroll Adams Shoes .
I : ished with the Tripolitan expedition. ,
: bined war footing of approximately A Stetson hat,
;I .. : 8,600,000 men. The triple entente, can Berlin denounced Italian aggressionand A cheap hat- '
[ffJ. German newspapers asserted that
; muster approximately 10,000,000 men. ; : A nice range, ., \ '
faithless and
l Italy was a perfidiousally. "
Other facts must necessarily enter
COME TO
SEE
US.
these for bitternessis
To
: into a comparison of the fighting causes IF you want to sell your eggs at 20 cents per dozen, '
L I is strength of the two combinations, but, now added the serious changes the Your'chickens at a fancy price,
taking the present attitude of Italy Tripolitan annexation has brought. Your cotton at the best price-
; Italy will have to maintain a- large
intO' consideration it'is obvious that COME TO SEE
. If the entente is the stronger. army in Tripoli, but in'the event of I IF you want a nice stove. US.
Russia has approximately 200 war- war between the Triple Alliance and Cooking utensils- I

r YnT < ships, consisting of 13 battleships, 6 the Triple Entente, British and COME TO SEE US..

t, I. armored cruisers, 8 cruisers, 95 de- French fleets with"the would 'control Italian the communication t IF you want calico at 4 cents per yard,

.I stroyers, 42 torpedo boats and 31 sub- peninsulawhile Nice ginghams, i
marines. France is of about three Egyptian and Algerian armies I t Ladies ready to wear goods,
I IL
., ... odread- would be able to invade, Tripoli it- ribbons
,.. times this strength with tw Fancy and laces-

; : ..._. .I Photos by Amencan Press Association. naughts, 24 destroyers, 324 torpedo self.The COME TO SEE US. '"
4 boats and 78 submarines. Italiancourse toward Turkey IF you want cheap furniture, I .

f.' German Guns and Russian CossacksThe England has 13 superdieadnaughts, weakened Italy as an ally since it in- .. Bed springs at $1.50 per pair, -I< '

machine guns of the German army are expected to play terrible a number which no other nation can creased her vulnerability to Anglo- Sewing machines-

hnoe,with the enemies of the kaiser. 'The gunners of the German.arms arc boast, Germany and the other mem- French attack. More than this, it COME-TO SEE US. "

agreed to be the most expert in the world. The Russian Cossacks compose bers of the triple alliance being with- shattered the bonds between Germanyand IF you want a new buggy, <

the flower of the splendid army of the czar. They have no fear of Uw oue one, although Germany has three Turkey, while as for Austria, that I A pair of good mules, ... .
withering fire of the machine guns. has been
country quetly preparing fora
building. England has 13 dread- Wagon harness,
naughts, 48 other battleships of which conflict with Italy which its states- Horse and mule collars-

Germany has but 30. England, 215 men say is bound to come. It is a COME-TO SEE US. sz

THE ARMIES OF EUROPE destroyers; Germany, 141; England, well known fact that, when the Triple i IF you want prices on fancy groceries, 1

submarines. Germany; 27. Alliance expired in 1887, the radical Good green coffee 7 pounds for
\ factions in Italy strongly opposed its $1.00COME :
The great Russian Bear boasts the Cruisers _______________________13 match Thus for on the Germany sea France in numbers alone ,is or a renewal and all the influence of Pre- IF YOU WANT ANYTHING. AT ANY TIME-.EE .Us.

____________________ 32
largest'number of soldiers. At the Destroyers for Austria and Italy together, while mier Crispi was required to bring COME TO SEE Us.

command of the czar today are three Torpedo boats __________________ 97 England has even a greater naval Italy into line. Similar opposition was WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS IN.RAIFORD "
Submarines .: 18 shown when renewals were made AT THE BRICK STORE.a
o great armies numbering 1,384,000 ----- ------------- strength than has France.
The meaning of the terms entente in 1891 and 1892. In 1894 the renewalwas .
This is Russia's footing. :
men. peace Total fi. ht'raft --________ 185 and alliance are variable, but in for ten years with the provisionthat *. w* v.r9-rwvvTVVVV-rvvvvT9'yw9 Her war footing would bring her Alliance.:. foot- either of the contracting ; -
Triple -Army, war whatever degree they may exist the powers
armies to the astounding figure of ing, 8,605,150; navy,.612. latter is always the stronger. In fact, had the right to cancel its adherenceby A. D. Andrews

t 5,400,000. Germany would not.be far it is approximately twice as strong.So giving notice one year before the Mercantile

behind this, however, her war footRUSSIA great is the difference that duringthe treaty expired.The ,

Y ,ting being about '4,550,000, and .her Army recent visit of the King of Eng- premature renewal of the alli-

peace footing about 791,000. Peace footing _____________1,384,000 land to Paris speculation was rife ance in 1912, two years' before its ex- Raiford. Florida; ,

Following is the latest information War. footings!_____________5,400,000 as to whether the triple entente mightnot piration was understood at the time : . .4 .wWf) >. .+. 44 .+ft 44 wf 1

available of the fleets and armies of NavySuperdreadnaughts be changed to an alliance. to be due to the fact that certain ----- .

the six great powers:. _____________ 0 Although the forces of the triple changes in the agreement were ne- ,

Dreadnaughts __________________ 0 alliance and the triple entente are, if cessitated to make it more binding in .

x f AUSTRIA Other battleships ______________ 13 anything, in favor of the latter, other view of the expected complications in Rheumatism,
', 1 Army Armored cruisers 6 the Balkan peninsula resulting from
--- ----------- considerations reduce this
r may appar-
Peace footing______________.424,258 Cruisers ______________________ 8 ent advantage and that the cripplingof the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 Blood Poison

War 'footing _..____________ 820,000 Destroyers ____________________ 95 the naval resources of the alliance by Austria-and the war in the ) Scrofula, Malaria

NavySuperdreadnaughts Torpedo boats __________________42 should closely follow any general war Balkans.

} _____..______ 0 Submarines ____________________ 31 between the two combinations. On The triple alliance is based on three rlain i Skin. Disease.

Dreadnaughts ........__J._____ 2 land, however, this advantage is less. treaties. The first is between Germanyand / Because Purifies. t
: Other Battleships _______-____- 14 Total fighting craft _________ 195 Austria, the second between Ger- R '

Aromored cruisers ___________ 3 +**+.III tift 1111111.....t many and Italy and the third between I the Blood

4 'Cruisers ____________________._. 3' FRANCE + Austria and Italy. The terms of the wail Worm HOPLB SAT OF

Torpedo boats _________________ 63 Army + THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE. '+ treaty between Germany and Austria LIPPMAN'S. GREAT REMEDY- P. P.. :
Submarines .. ... ........ 8 Peace footing + -+ are practically the same as those of .
--- ------------- Y
845,3281) Dr. AJWni. .....,.orwrtt..: Debbt .Jv-" ., the an a.eb d.., .
War footing 2,500,000 +++++ 111111111111+++++'++ the original treaty of 1879 and are t ;
---------.-- "It if the letdin blood purifier. Tcntta.writes: JIM fcrea attacb of.1 1Dr.
Total fighting craft __________ 119 NavySuperdreadnaughts I When Prince Bismack, Germany's directed against Russia. The German- .wwe.ssd. Me*life,Cm.i pnerrlliMft. I MalArial nu. s;from: week to ten' i
I end with P.. P.P.completely cared J. dayt. 1 took joor medicine u m forkm i
___________ 0 "Iron Chancellor," brought the 'formation Italian treaty provides for mutual assistance H. DavidMiv who red raflved fittea hope bat new antee $taU..P.P.wu iY
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with Uood poiMBUd a N111eu1C.
GERMANY. Dreadnaughts -_____.......__.._ 2 of the triple alliance at pres- in case either of the powers Han IT WILL HELP YOU, TOO-AT ALL oRUCCtera.: .I'OO

1 '. Army Other battleshibs _______________. 27 ent existing between Germany, Aus- is attacked by France. By the termsof
Peace footing _______T.. 791,002 Armored 'cruisers ____________ 22 tria-Hungary and Italy, it was con- the treaty between Austria and F. V. LIPPMAN SAVANNAH, GEORGIA. ',Y

War footing ,_____.________4, 50,000 Cruisers _______________________ 15 ceded to be, next to the unification of Italy a friendly neutrality is assuredby

1 .. the Italy in case Austria is attacked by ,
..'. ** Jj' j ------------------- 324 Germany, greatest diplomatic
r Navy -r' Togo boats ________________ achievement of his life. The alliance Russia and by Austria. should Italy be

", Superdreadnaughts._____.-.--_. 0Dreadnaughts Submarines _________.....______ 78 was formed May 20, 1882, and'renewed attacked by France. The terms of the WHENIERIOU( ( NEED a f

__________' _____ 17 several times, the last occasion being treaties between Germany and Italy ; Jt'AGfNEBAL

Other battleships ______________ 30 Total fighting. craft252 the outgrowth of the dual alliance between and between' Austria and,Italy neVer ,

i Armored cruisers 1-1----.... ..-. 9 Germany and Austria,' which. had been made public. Bismarck, how-

,. Cruisers __________________..__ 37 GREAT BRITAIN_ was concluded on October 7. 1879. ever, instigated the publication of the T TONIC TAlE BROJE'LThe ;

Destroyers ,--------.._______..__141 Army Prince Bismarck. in his "Remi- German-Austrian,agreement on Feb. '.

Torpedo boatsSubmarines __________-___-_ 47 Peace footing ___________ 430,806 cences" frankly said that he.realized 3, 1888, in order to'put a stop to Rus OWStandafdGroTe'sTagteless dull Wir- :.-

I ------.----- -..___ 27 War footing _______-____1,072,615 fully the necessity of protecting Germany sia's warlike preparations., TooicU _
VaIle-Caeral Tot ic because"it e Ilnt. .
I
Ad89Q
; NavySuperdreadnaughts 'against aggression by forming Ostensibly the treaties'upon which ,
Total fighting craft 318 _____-,.-__- 13Dreadnaughts an alliance with some other great the "alliance is based provide only for -Drives. Out Malaria I "'Enrichcf- the"Blood and Builds -up'\it, ..

_______________'16 power France was.out of the'question the conduct and attitude. of the contracting ,tlieWholiSystem,- ,'_ CrownPeople. and- children.rVeo .' t',. ,

I "ITALY Other battleships ____-__.-____.48 and with the: choice lying between "'powers in,the event of war' .> = ;::, .", ;\:;,'

;. Army Armored cruisers ,___.._...__._-. 34 Russia and daetria-Hungary he with Russia or:Fra 1c: 'There Is little :, knew.what yon'art taking! when yen take -Gnve "Tastckaa,drill todfft -- ,

1 Peace footing .-.- '3040 Cruisers ______________.___'72 did not hesitate tong ia: chO I 1ng'Aua- doubt' ,{;hOtrevlrr' j thatunder:these the fonenla ia printed a every label showing that kcostabs the well know ;=,-

i War footing -______________3,435,150 Destroyers ___..__ ------..,-_215 tria. Russia would have been a more general f term* specifications 'were task pioyeitke of QUININE and VtSM. It is a ctioeg u the ttnafestbfitaTj;_.
'.. Torpedo boats ..____________118 powerful ally, .but_Bismar;ck.-foresaw made'as!?to- ,:''the conduct of:eaxhbf :..took and at ia Taeteleta c Ann/Tit&aa. : ae equal 'for Malstie; Chi:sod Pf1ftl);r-'

I NavySuperdreadnaughts Submarines __________-____- 77 that such an sIQaBee would in this.end the'powers interested in time of peace.. :Weakaeai-ieaeral deHBH and loss pttllL"'on.'tifea4tfcarto- b. .
itJViCNPAJiS'. -,' i....and Hk;Sickly, Chfldreiu femoret BifaMatM> withomt $i
j --.-. 0 be fatal_ to the national.and;racial. interests ..... wiACcmpkteStrengtbeBer. -
uulleArouiItbe liver action
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I + Dreadnaughts __.___---- 4 Total fighting craft :._______.593 of the.Teutonic.people in Eu I '_ .rte; L. Sprain pit eiia flood:1A' aeTeaIcacd8reAlpttIZIV! ., \3r-' 'g
Other battleships __ -______ 11 Triple Entente-Army; .war footing Tope.. He :foresaw.further"sthe/fii-: ABprainwybecuiedinaboutoiifr.third > lalaaidbeldthoot aCastaateedaryyatrl0esgitt. .Wenetait.
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Armored cruisers ....-.,_____.10 8,972,615; navy,'1,340. mendous" Pod'f' ;" trpinlii3iist<-ao- the:tfa.n, ., talby.the: usualblt.Chamberlain's 31ar

I i carefully nurtured by RniHiia and afaaing : /, ,:.-,.. ,.> p. > .' "' '-'-' "' :. f ,'"

f. ... 11111 11111111 ...... of which being Egypt and.KGio. .eo.. 'at the supremacy in Europe of,theSlavs' wift Ilniraent&iat L.ut..; obeerviar; .
-.0 r
j' f In 1907 England .entered into an with.Rusate" aa tiM'%"J4.ft -' pow=, 3'-.w't.:: ; w !"' ,,, 1f'iE." ..r....:;;.. n.k.-OIJ..au.. ,. .,..., .... >Y"" '("">" .-_'"; :;<: : *
.. f THE TRIPLE ENTENTE e>;..He knew_that Austria WM threat- ,.,--fI', ,,,, rt.i .$'ii .,,' ;fi..' << -11 > "' "BMIII '
with Russia regarding.the ; v- Gow wer.1 Velvet Sorghum !
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7 i 1111.1 I I H4 and Montenegrins taking the' Sahjak NOTICE OF ELECTION. : .. t. ;

htr .. .?.. *" 41 of Novi-Pazar and, thus ,cutting off WHEREAS Ue legislature of 191J, under r
the constitution of 188 of the state of Florida '.
!1i.[ IITHT'THE WAR BEGAN. their road to Salonika;, beating the did past.three Joint resolutions proposing

1 ;. ); 'Pr Turks, capturing the. important cities amendments to the constitution of the
state of
FloridL"and the .ume were agreed
: 1I11111111111.*#*+ of ,.Mbnastir and ,Uskub, or helpingin to by a vote of three-fifth of all the mem- Hea1thDrinks--
\ .t..i the of Adrianople. From bers elected t oeaeh house: that the votes on I
,.. Itri&-BDDprJ ,has two hun- I siege said Joint resolutions were entered upon their .
d thousand 'miles everypoint of view this was hatefulto respective Journals with the yeas and 11&78' .
aDd forty square ; thereon and
f'''' { they did determine and direct
,It meant that the dooron
fifty million inhabitants, Austria. that the said Joint resolutions be submitted to
'I!'ti ltd tlrritorr million the South, (the road that Austria the elector of the state .at the general elec-
of three
t strength tion in 1914. %
:' : J..i". war November.
.....-Z: : TIM only thirty-three has long dreamed of making her own Now therefore. L' H,,Clay Crawford secretary
,it! ervia of state of the state of Florida do "
of territory :to the sea), was shut tight and guarded -
"'" square miles hereby give notice that a For the Hot Weather
>. million inhabitants, by an able bulldog General Election
; ,ale fcuTand a ,half will be held In each county in Florida on
:
strength of perhaps four Furthermore meant the beginning Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in ,

,:,t;. ,W a_war thousand men. The Dual of a Slav power in the Balkans, the November. A. D. 1914 the said Tuesday being
j-a'
h.l ) the lit- at Austria's very border, the begin- Third Day .f Nevember '

l t t ,Hjjujjchy's savages has been attacK truly on likened to ning of vast designs by the Slav peo- joint for the resolutions ratification proposing or rejection amendments of the to said the What is more refreshing and health-building 'during the : ,

in( ;:jg kingdom its againsti" ple, of whom Russia is the head and constitution, of the state of Florida via.: long hot than
-t :.i' battleship naming guns A Joint ResolutionProposng summer good pure bottled beer? Our
Austria could have champion. Racial as well as politi- an Amendment to Section Six ,

} boat. cal antagonisms thus brought to (6), of Article Eight (8), of the constitution brands have world-wide :
i:'' :acforeed' any reasonable or honorableannand were of the state of Florida relating to county officer a reputation for Purity, Quality :
issue. The ,
eversmoulderingfires
In sharp *
l i r' without resort to arms. Be it resolved by the legislature of the stateof and Flavor. I ..
to every demand of Teuton against Slav were Florida: :
yielded
3 Servia
i, fret, That the following amendment to SectionSix
those blown into flame. The rise of Servia I
I 's *,of its mighty neighbor, except (6), of Article Eight (8). of the constitution s
surrender of its gave fresh courage and quickened of the state of Florida is hereby agreedto
involved a
I which dreams to the Slavic people and shall be submitted to the electors of Bottled Beer Worth While
{ Austria 'precipitoted every-
il'> national existence. the state at the general election to be held on
without justification or where. Not only did Russia look ,He first Tuesday: in November A. D. 1914 -
the war for ratification rejection
or :
,| warmly upo n its Balkan kindred, Section 6. The legislature shall provide for

,excuse. thus .wantonly flung but millions of Slavs, scattered from he election by the qualified electors in each Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribeat Beer ryBed
firebrand of
The eounty the following county officers: A
all Europe' aflame the Arctic, the Adriatic and Aegeanseas Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Con-tables Beer Pilsener Style '
set
abroad has i felt the throb of racial a County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Col- Bottled specially :for Florida.

: i'. Nations in no wise concerned been drawn withI I sciousness., Within AustriaHungaryitself con- '-tor.and a a Superintendent County Surveyor.of Public The term Instruction of- Known and sold the world over. Has been. well and favorably known Brewed from choice malts and. '

i the original issue have office of all county officers ment'oned in this Absolutely the best bottled beer hops. A great favorite. One
f seized the sword there are some twenty-four section shall be for four years except that for its high quality for over 30
Germany
4' to battle. million Slavs almost half the empire'spopulation. of County .Assessor of Taxes and County Tax that can be. produced. Ask any-. order will make you a steady
t :to support Austria's stratagems. Ruse Collector, who shall be elected for two years body. years. Must be good. Try it customer. y
defense of its Slav until at the general election to be held in the
tf sprang to the war A. D. 1916 when and after which they 1 Dozen .. $1.00
of these Per 1 doz. -- ----- -- -- -
the circumstances.Austria's
'f J In light -vnll be elected for a term of four ,ears. 1 Doz, small-____________$1.50 case, small, ----$ 1.00Per '
: 5 Dozen
Al- attitude toward Their powers duties and compensation shall _______ ______ $4.00
unbending 5 Dap., small $ 6.00 case, 5 doz. small $4.25
;t' be prescribed by law. The legislature shall ---------- --- 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_ _____ $ 1.00 "
clash. The Servia becomes intelligible. The provide by law for the care and custody of 10 Doz., small $ 12.00 Per cask -
( dreaded 10 doz.
the long -------- small, ____$ 8.50 5 cask Lots
: growth of Servia would spell the all eountv funds and shall provide the methodf per cask, ____$ 7.59 .
t\ is nominally composed of Austria Ger- reporting and paying out all such funds f ,
growth of Slavic the advance- Provided County Treasure's l't'tPli' in GenEWtio -
has resolved power,
r many and Italy; but Italy s".! nheld in 1914 hall hold office fore EVERY DEALER CAN
The ment of Russia's ambition to forge MAKE
f j to be neutral, and wisely so. term elected.

:! 'Entente is made up of Russia, France southward and win a port on the Proposing A an Joint Amendment Resolution to Section 16

t None of those nations Aegean, the progress of those people of Article IV of the constitution of the stateof
England.
I e :\and took an aggressive attitude. Indeed, with whom the Teutons have long felt commissioned Florida relating officers of to the the state appointment militia: of BIG MONEY THIS SUMMERStock

t exhausted eve1'1means, first they must some day match swords. Beit resolved by the legislature of the state.of
England Florida
i ( :
.i.J to bring about mediation, and later The path of the Teuton and the pathof That the following amendment to Section

the Slav opposed. Austria's II; of Article IV of the constitution of the I
But are
'to keep clear' of the conflict State of Florida in hereby agreed to and shall
Vtat! it whether as a matter of con- ambition and Russia's ambition both be submitted to the electors of the state for the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit e
Germany ,
ti i dence, policy, or ambition, pressed point to territorial prizes in south- Mection a ion t ion hereafter or rejection: that at is the to say next that general See- Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the, most popular stand in town and at

Germany feastern Europe. Hence Austria's 'ion 16 of Article IV shall be amended so as the end of the made
!&; I' the issue inexorably forward. to read as follows: season a profit that will mean money in the bank.
,
@ threatened Russia, invaded stroke. against Servia was aimed at Section 16. The governor shall apnoint at

;1': ,JPrance and finally by disregard "ofBelgium's Russia as well and the alliance. of commissioned luding an adjutant officers of general the state for militia.the state in- Summer Drinks That

neutrality forced Great Teuton against Slav. with rank of brigadier general, who shall be Sell '.
f/ ,
-hief of staff. The duties and compensator
1. Britain to decisive'action.. Here, then lie the deeper roots of of all office so appointed shall be as fixed 1

;" course has the war that is to yield so ghastly a "v law. The terms of office of all commissioned NEAR-IT' RED HEART BREW CIDER
.$' Thus1'Austria's arrogant officers of the organized militia shall be
the most ominous war that harvest. There are other factors, Continuous during the pleasure of the governor The best light brew made. Less '

l brought What was many of the m, behind the farreaching : subject to such laws as may be enacted than 2 per cent alcohoL Bottled 6ntoxicating.. Less than 2 AU the best kinds in stock for .
civilization. -
for their retirement
ever shook hy the legislature providing per cent alcohoL Refreshing and. .

t t. the great monarchy's motive in.assailing struggle. The pressure for Ger- for age or Joint other Resolution.causes.A special for prohibition territory. healthful immediate shipment.

1\ its little neighbor? Its pretext was man expansion, the, rivalry between Proposing an amendment to Section One of As near real beer as possible. > '

:\f the assassination of. the ,Archduke Germany and England, the schemes of Article judiciary.:V of the constitution relating to the 10-Doz Cask _____________ $8.50 10-Doz Cask --___________ $8X0 lO-GaDop Kegs, per gallon .. 60e.

reactionary to check Be it resolved by the legislature of the state
heir to the imperial I parties political -
Franz Ferdinand, reforms at home-these of Florida: All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to .
The Austrian Government and other That the following amendment to Section
throne. i i
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pretended: to believe that I things must be considered. But the One of Article V of the constitution is here- Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles I -
believed or
( by agreed to and shall be proposed and submitted -
this crime was the outcome of a conspiracy I I underlying motive of Austria, who to the electors of the state for approval F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida.
or rejection at the next general election hereafter -
and supported by first lit the fires of war, is jealousy
devised that is to say said Section One of

Servian anthortiea. It rejected all JourAMERICAN aid a* follows Art'ele: shall be amended so as to read CHAS. BLUM.COMPANY. -Y.

offers of, honorable requital, and in- Section 1. The judicial power of the state
effect shall be vested in) a supreme court,. circuit .
which in
stated upon terms courts court of record of Eaeambia county -

mould have :reduced Servia to a virtual ADMIRAL'S. OPINION. criminal courts county courts. county judges Established Over 25 Yean and Abiolately Reliable
and justices of the peace and such other court
satrapy. It: seems evident; indeed Rear Admiral Mahan;retired, of the or commissions as the legislature may from

concessions time to time ordain and establish. The leg Jacksonville Florida
what .'
that no matter United States .
,
recognized
navy, a expert 'slatnre may prescribe the compensation of the ,
Seryia might, have made, Austria 'uetiees and judge of the several tou-te but \
on naval matters, in .an inter- no court heretofore established under the constitution .
would have insisted upon pluckingout and laws of Florida shall be hereby
view has expressed the opinion that ,
the kingdom's heart ;It wanted abolBned.
the most 'blow in The vote cast in compliance with aid proposed ORDER OF PUBLICATION. I OftDK OF PUBLICATION. The Case of 1.. 1.. Cantelou. ,
telling the Europe
<' :war, and nothing but war would suffice amendment and the canvass declarations IB the Draft Cwt hr Bradford In the Omit Curt far Bradford
and returns shall be subjeetee Chu Florida IB Caan.eery. The case of L. L. Cantelou Claren
t t.'d,; its purpose. an war will be delivered upon the thereof Conty.. Florida Ia Cranty. ,
to the regulations and restrictions .
same as are : i
ewy.
'' don Texas is similar to that of '
: ", Professor::Albert Bashnefl Hart, of If that is true only a w ar miracle provided bv Uw for general elections in the D. C. KinlawetLComplainants. I D. C. Cnlaw, et ai. many
I'I's state 'Of Florida. Complainants.Idea others who have used Chamberlain's
)
'
i! Harvard University, a historian of & prevent a German-Austrian defeat IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF!: vs. I vs. I Colic

rare distinction who has made a because on the sea the balanceof I have hereunto Wt my hand Ideal American Corporation et al American Corporation, et al Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. '
\ and affixed the great seal of Defendant*. 1 Defendant He says, "wAfter trying a doctor for
I first-hand study of conditions in eastern I war power is strongly in favor of (Seal) the state ol Florida at Tallahassee Order For .....1Iatln.AI Order Per PBhHeatUm.k "

,* Europe, says in an: article for the Great Britain and her.allies. If Italy the catitaU this the to defendants Arthur RylandeT and to defendants William B. Lukens Joseph several months, and using different '
twenty-fifth day of Jab: A. Stewart Tie ft Lumber Company and B. M. M. Thomas. Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. kinds of medicine for wife who bad
t fq't:New York Times: should go into the fighting againstthe D. wuH Fleming u Executor of Harriet.E. h rbeacL Line J. B. Earl. J. C. Eddy. Thomas W. my
CLAY CRAWFORD. ieeeased. Pitts, J. DI| MeLemore W. B. Lane Francis been troubled with severe bowel com-
: r !'iThe crime of Servia, in the 'eyesi.f two other members of the Triple -7-13t.. Secretory! : of State. It appearing by affidavit duly filed that Arthur .. McCall and J. B. J.... for
several months I
of Austria, is not assassination but Alliance the forces against them on Rylander Is a resident of the town of It appearing by affidavit duly: filed that the plaint boughta
\merieua, Georgia and that Stewart Tie &; residence is unknown of each of the defendants 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
success. Of all the exasperating both sea and land would be consider- SHERIFF'S SALE. Lumber Company is a foreign corporation William B. Lukens, Joseph M. Thomas
-r that to Austria in Notice is hereby given that under and by: with its president,' Arthur RylandeT, a resi- Martin V. Smith Samiel'C. Lane. J. B. Earl( Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. a
things happened Ilr I I ably augmented. If Admiral Maban'sexpectation '
ii: Virtue of a certain writ of exeent on boned rent of the town of Ame cua. Georgia: ana J. C. Eddy: Thomas W. Pitts J. D. MeLe After using the second bottle she was
the course of the Balkan,wan, the that Greece will get into out of and under the seal of the Circuit H.: M. Fleming as executor of Harriet E. more W. B. Lane Francis L McCall and J. I
Court in and for Bradford county State of Fsirbead, deceased, b a resident of San B. James, and farther appearing. that this entirely cured." For sale by all -
: most ,exasperating was the appear. the war is fulfilled two former American Florida bearire date of the 22nd day of aTifomia and It; farther appearing order should be made; r

once of a strong and'victorious Ser- vessels, the battleship Idaho and April A. D.. 1914. hi that certain cause therein irder should TOW be made; Diesro.j It b hereby ordered hat each of the de- i dealers. ..
pending wherein B. B. Waldron is plaintiff It is hereby: ordered that defendant fendanta William B. Lukens Joseph M. Thomas I
K' via The Austrian army of over one Mississippi, that were sold to Greece and Southern Turpentine Company a Hyhnder and defendant Stewart Tie A Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane. J. B. ,.

hundred thousand massed the will eoroorat'on. i* defendant.-s. B. Denmark. Ser Company and H. M. Fleming as 'L1IDI-1 Farl. J. C Eddy.: Thomas W. Pitts. J. D. NOTICE OF APPLICATION
men, on recently likely active service. FOR TAX DEED
; ,' see a* sheriff of Bradford county Florida have vf Harriet E. Fairhead. deceased do appear I MeLemore, W. R. Lane. Francis L McCall
t.'' frontier of Bosnia during all those Both of them have been formally vied upon and will offer for sale to the 't the amended supplemental and amended and J. B. James do appear to the amended UNDER SECTION 9 OF CHAPTER
: highest and best bidder for cash on Monday bin of complaint in the above entitled cause ; ,supplemental amended bill of complaint "88. LAWS OF FLORIDA.
: :months, looked across the border transferred to their p1U'Chaser.-Sav- September 7th, 1'14. during the legal hours npon the seventh day being the rule day of I 'n the above entitled cause upon the Sth day. Notice is hereby: given that G.' W. Rhame.

F = with fury as ,they saw the Servians annah News. if sale on aid day, at the office of the September A. D. 1914; and that this order be MBK the rule day of October. A. D. 1914 /rorchaser of Tax Certificate No. 227, ,dated
Southern Turpentine Company in the town published once week for four consecutive and that this order be published once a week 'tbe let day of July: A. D- 1912> fc* filed i
r'. I of Lake Butler, Bradford county, Florida alloT weeks beginning on the,seventh day of Aug- -or eight consecutive: weeks beginning on the 'aaid certificate ia my office and has made 4
> the following described personal property: Bt, A. D. 1914 in the Bradford County 7th day of August A. D. 1914 in the Brad- application for tax deed to hone 5, accordance 0('
11 to-wit- Telegraph m newspaper published weekly in rd County: Telegraph, a newspaper published with JWV SaId certificate< embraces the .
; fii {1i' One, typewriter and typewriter' desk one sad Bradford county. weekly in the said county of Bradford. following described property situated in Bradford
roll top desk three straight office chairs one Donehia the tth day of August, A. D. none this the 6th day .f August A. D. county Florida, to-wit* r
desk chair three lanterns one lamp one 1tll. 1914. South Half of NE Quarter of SW Quarter c ;
.at ton dock and water cooler, one chipper W. T. WEEKS W. T. WEEKS. Section Twenty-one. Township Seven South
two tool sharpeners five hundred and seventv- (ScaU Clerk (Seal) Clerk. Rang Twenty-two East 4xf
lye feet conveyor hain.. three conveyor chain By B. A. WEEKS, By R.. A. WEEKS. The said land being assessed at the date
even, two H. S. &; G. engines one engine 7-4L Deputy: Clerk. S-7-8t Deputy Clerk. the issuance of such certificate in the name
marked "Vim." five air compressors, seven of C. A. Rhame. Unless said certificate shall

{ t rater rumps, four boilers six water mlnmns 4+4-++tiltlf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r++**+ be issue redeemed thereon according to Uw, .ta* deed will'
four poo valves two four-way iron MATOITS PROCLAMATION. on the 24th day of Auu A. '
? A blocks two jacks, four composition water I. E. E. Canova, Mayor of Starke. Florida +, + D. D.,19U., .
Witness '
VfCj tvoVstlrs.. one vise one Wipe .'se. my official signature and teal this '
by virtue of the authority vested in me by +' SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + '
the 20th day of ; '
JII, A. D.,
,
x l two nost drills. one small digester onewrench !Wv do hereby call an election to be held in 1914, _
'forty fret 8-5-16 inch shafting the aforesaid town by the qualified voters I + + W. T. WEEKS. 1+. '
Clerk
} 1f ft l-H-18 !"<'! shafMn" t-veU Circuit Court,., Bradford
-vpve > County FU.
Tuesday the 8th day of September
therein. on + The following schedule is + *
**et 2-15-16 inch shafting, nine digesters '\. D. 1914. for the purpose of electing the SeaL By B..A. WEEKS/ .
t )
'wheclbarmfs, three re-di,tillen six 'olloW 1lI1' officers-: now in effect: + 724t.. Deputy Clerk. xl:
"'tor>i" tanks four se-nrators two Conner receiving .
1i 1iF One Mayor. One year.) + Xo. 3 Jacksonville to Tam- + .
.. Jit tanks. two chain hoists, one saw One Clerk. (One year.) -
f '-TM', t,o circular caws one Iran wp'er rerrvolr *- Three! Aldermen. (Two years.) + pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. + NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED vUNDER
.. one dynamo one switchboard and One Treasurer. One ) ,
,: Vctrie wires vith globes connected there- One Assessor.' (One year.year.) + No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam- + SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER'
ifSS,
wii> pine eonc'ensoTS two TOpper coils, four One Chief of Police and Collector. (One pa, doe at Starke 11:14 P. M. + Notice Is hereby LAWS given OF FLCRmJL Tf
fractionating columns one hanging scale two that Jo eph'Cre...
.
.t
>ear| purchaser of
:
platform s<*n1rs, one wieon Males three gal One Night Police. (One year.) No. 15, Jacksonville to Cet; the lat day of Tax Certificate No. S. dated
Js J- ; '-n Iron tank three wood" tanks ex! iron Inspectors of election-T. N. Kendrick F. laid July A. D.. 191w hu fled
: / T + dar Cey due at Starke 4:49 4 certificate; In
111)
.trams. one iron water tank one copper still '. S'Ya'rt'r. A. H. Johns. application for office and bu made
".' *.. t-or' stills two copner vote two stump testimony whereof I have hereunto sub- + P. M. + a'lee with law. tax'dred Sail to leave in accon1t
: mlleTS. tventy-onr barrels, fifty sarks asbev- crbicd my name and caused the seal of wd 'oJlawfnl certificate .mllra:8: Uo s }
: 'Os. pining and fittings pulleys valves etc., town to be hereunto affixed this 4th day of + No.4, Tampa to Jackson- county duen'bMI. property: sitaated in Bradford -

i .. 'i ,, t, -'n-etvd with the plant of the So" ho-n Tnrtwntine _- Xugittt, A. D. 1914.E. + ville, due at Starke 3:49 P. M. t Wut rlalf Florida of Sr+, Qua'te tOowit. '
Company in Lake Rnttem Florida! E. CANOVA. Stftion Th rtrThree. : -
l if"t \\fit. .. "e..ai r .ir.-fl.T -ree-inch boiler tube*, slY1Yo'i.ht Mayor of Starke Florida. + No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville f tees East.TO'tFnlhJp Four' South. Range Njne-
II ."rt alVali. one lot tools two r erHiiflraugts. 1 A. FDTCH. Clerk 8-7-6t The
+ due at Starke 4:54 A. M. 'P Aid !land
being ,
,." five steam gauges three hundred andy of the atlf'8Bfd at the dAte
'..,;! .-.... t'IIQI1I"'d, one iundred and twenty I + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- 'P'ot Unknown issuance. of such eertillcate 10 ,tluo DIlDO
fIOUm's of wood one vaecum one air naif's said eer.lca
according to
Jaw
,
one watchman's clock thirtysixM : tax deed
. gauge
of application for tax deed under section will
Notice asaethrreoq b4
. ,
V>, r-i' four chimer bed rimes, one on the.24th day, of '
: n. 8. of Chapter 438 Laws of Florida + A.M. 4f D. D. 191L. Augtrnl A. -s .
'f r'I''h 14-inch leather belt. one 24-inch bather belt. Hereby notice to given that H. N. Hodges .
: mfteIaJ '
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-rte 19-ineh< Bather belt one 8-irrt leather purchaser of.tax eertieates numbered wspecthely f Witnthessday tipature and Beal this
belt. w ir-ln'h robber belt. on. 16-inch rub- Issue the tax collector + Wanuea sat Julr.: A. D.. 191t.
.' 112 and 137 by Starke and Braniff. ff W. T. ; .
'
'; i, her belt. one 10-inch rubber belt four 6-inch if Bradford County Florida, each of said certificate Clerk Circuit (Mart. BradfordB,
to..;.: rubber brl's. one lot of serai iron, lease vx- bear'ng date of Jrly let 1913, has ff County.. flm
"'rl1Iq Jancary 1916 covering H on which BT B. A. ,WEEKS.
1.
: : in office and has made
'fd eald certificates my No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 4'f
j plant is located one office building factory: application for a tax deed to issue in ac- 744.51 Depgh..Clerk.
:::: birtfinz and frror storage bu'M'nrs. two -lance with law. A. M. + K7'
fi' ., chipper tool sharpener, -
a of briv one one said certificate embraces the following NOTICE or
The t No. 104 arrives at Sterke ADOPTION
I .-t..l1J : _ three. hundred seventy-five feet conveyor chain ands in Bradford eounty. Florida assessedhe .No'ce 11 hereby giseu or !W og. '
!<'.1'l -n air eomnrossor, ore. water pinr 01* date of the issuance of sad eertif cztes f 2:45PM. -f will tlrirtr: dan aftn tte that tile Uildenll'D t;'
boiler four water columns two pop valves elate of t!.fa
dates and numbers apply notteq
under to the
..o four-way iron blocks two jacks, four hereinafter n the names respectively and : particularly: set forth, f 4 'f tie Crnit Honorable Court James T. .Judge .
water hose two whistles. one pipe vise one c-wit P Limited Trains 4 "frmt, In ud ten of. tae Eighth;1u4ieia1{ .
;
root drill one small digester, one wrench<: Number 132. embraces lot two, it his office : Bradford'Cfl7 : :.
six digesters, two circular saws. and one saw rtilicate in Worth'jwrtcn.! Section thirty.: 4 -- 4 -.... be 111 ,Caiaesvij. F1 cidm.r"ordy'.r : .
j '-f block eight may be. for
four fraetionatmr "ol- an order '1'' f
fame two eonlencers towntVp six South, .range nineteen 'to" edoptfon of Mntle aaMarzag, t1Ie
w "inns. one recording gauge one clock twenty- three.assessed unknownC 4 No. 9, Jacksonville Tarn-' 4 hid aDd heirat-Ia-tarmPl'.. -.. -ov.
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jast '
J.t' ,- nr eMpper wires, four chipper bed plates, rte'State Number 17. er-brsfcs V* x- t pa, due at Starke 12:51 P. M, 4 .R. 1:... BODGES.

.' I !1$: *-l'Ioto one bolt 14-inch one 10-inch leather leather belt belt one one 24-inch 8-inch Father ieathr ,f block eleven. township in six.Worthington Sown,ranze Section nineteen 'P No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville 4 ,',.. Z'J .-..d'W.ETHEL\ ]C., HOI1CES.. ,_"' .
.h'-ty-thee.
t Petit'onera. .
' E'-F' by American Preaa belt, and 12-inch rubber belt. cyfow *
Association. rae
f deTat Starke .TIaia .c
I levied the East. assessed unknown. 6:10 P M. 4 .lult 1 .. ,,1-11-}.
The same having been upon as sW be r"" crnr4 ''' ', -. .
certilcaV'S
t roperty rf the Southern Tnr-wntino Company. Unless said f T. J. Griffin .Agent 4 .
t English wording to law, tax deed will issue thereon SBCIST3ATIOS KQT1CZ.: e
DTijjible In Action t corporation and will be sold to satisfy Mud
1914. riPtratioD
1! ii I. the Bleat European *. This August 6..19U. .will he ope*'for.th regletwibnofeketn t-
conflict S. B. DFdS"MARSh.ritl x..
airships win pia' hlj 444441 Illlllll 1111144444
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[ part Here ts shown W. T. f ia the unit house.t :
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army maneuvering while Its flight In the air is D. E. KNIGHT.Attorney ,brk of the Circuit will .a, wteit on 'r fl,;' ', ,
Q 1 t.t4n trbf'd' hy En 1I1I1t army ntntr'n Note the for Plaintiff. 8.7fitRead Florida ) rbUftliu.J1ida and & ,"t'e&elnr.t, i;
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the di d."ibis hits the'water.. Deputy Ckrk. : F...,...-..,.. ..."" I' _.. ,vvyJ. f '....!i3r( 4j',
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,;. J&GEFOUB' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. '
) FRIDAY, AUGUST '14tL 1;
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S; iriIird! Comfy Telegraph LET US.HAVE PEACE. I I A CONTRAST- :, NEW RIVES. I ... ...(.... ............................... '
i The 'greatest calamity in-history is Humanity may be staggeredby'the The revival meeting commencedlast

being enacted in Europe.. I I horrors of.Europe's_war, but civiliza- Friday night'and everybody appears

Local and Long' ,Distance Phone Five of the great nations of the tion will not be destroyed. Millions to be taking great interest in Progressive Business Firms In Stark!

7- ,, Number, world and several of the smaller j 1 I of men and billions of treasure may it. It seems as if the younger folks

ones m-e''grappling in the grip of be lost in this devilish work; thrones era very much interested., Some of *i;.

Published weekly, and entered as death. V I may totter, and new maps' of Europe the young men have been asked to Readers'of_ the Telegraph will find it to their ,

second class matter-at the post.o ice Fears are entertained lest even oth may be necessary before the end is lead in prayer meetings and they lead advantage to trade with the firms t''''',

at Starke Florida. ers be drawn into,the furnace of war. !. reached; but mankind will, on the them with great success. represented -
a
Death and destruction stalk abroadnow wreck, of these ruins, build, a better Mr. and Mrs..N. J. Moore are visiting in this, directory. xk

r'E: )Matthews, Editor and OwnerF. and famine and. pestilence will civilization-one in which the people relatives in Starke for a few .

E. Robbins, ___ Associate .Editor, follow. 'I and not a few unscrupulous men who days. Their'daughter, Miss Emma, ..,.......................NNN NN 1N H

and'Business Manager I Wars of the past will be as the feel that they have been divinely ap- who has been staying with her grand- ...I.......................

a games of children when comparedwith pointed, will rule. mother in South Carolina, is expected -

.. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14th, 1914. the present struggle. | As the people of this_ country view home this week. .. 'REAL ESTATE. .V FURNITURE '
Men will down like the horrors of the European situation Mr. B. J. is .
-* go blades of Sapp saving a fine lot .......................... ...........
J grass before the, modern engines of they may well take courage and thank of hay, which would be a good idea

Cheer up.' The worst is yet to come. destruction, and a'once fair land will} God that they live in-a land free from for others to follew. It is a 'betterfeed
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Germany isbetween, thedevil and be'.peopled. with widows and orphans* such conditions as those prevailing in for horses than fodder and can r COMER L. PEEK .. .. -
FURNITURE
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me.. aeep* sea._ ana tne maimed from the field of car Europe.' While: moved by profound be saved at a less expense. .

I nage., sorrow for the. awful tragedy that is Miss Mizelle Parker, formerly of Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything eta fin:

.The situation in Europe is becoming It is terrible to contemplate. being enacted on the battlefield and this place, but now of LaCrosse, has V9- might want f

ES no better,fast Some hand should stay the conflict' the greater suffering of broken hearts been spending a few days at New Timber Expert. .. .. ".

t Universal peace .is not working ov but whose hand will it be? / in homes made desolate by war's destruction River with her cousin, Miss :Mamie 33 yean Experience at St rte. HULL'S STORE.DEPARTMENT f.

{ President Wilson, sitting by the. yet we have a right to lift Parker. .
ertime these days.
i -5-.- j bedside of his dying wife, was impelled I up our hearts in thanksgiving for the Mr. Viva Johns was a visitor to

Everybody blames everybody else. by his sense of duty to pen a blessings of this country in material LaCrosse on Monday on business. I ..........................

5 for the war in Europe. strong plea for peace. It was without things and in the freedom from the wonder what kind of businessHe .

.-- effect conditions prevailing in Europe.In went to carry his best girl home. .. DRY GOODS. DENTISTS
The whole nation shares the griefof .
President Wilson. But there is ONE power which the light of the contrast between Mr. R. J. Turner was in Starke last .......................... a j .

;r CAN stop the war, if it so desires, the blessings which the people of the Friday on a business and pleasure trip N _

War is hell and so are most of the and that is the MONEY power. United States are now enjoying, with combined.Mr. .

names in the European war. If the great bankers of the world the magnificent crops of the year and Thomas Andrews and family, J. W. MORGAN i DR. U.>G. TURNER
!
will unite and close their all other privileges vouchsafed to of *
vaults to us, near Lake Butler, visited Mr. and DENTIST :!
The European was will stimulate the kings and emperors whose per how small and petty seem our thots Mrs. B. Jlenfroe last Sunday. ** Headquarters for a

.the.business of making. maps. sonal jealousies have plunged their I, when we mourn because business is Miss Evelyn Crews, who has been 4& Ladies Dry Goods Ready.to-Wear'Good, Notions Etc*, .* Upstairs Edwards over Building Post Office t,"1..
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Jack Johnson has not yet volun- patriotic citizens into the deadliest I not quite so good as it might visiting her grandparents, Mr. and V t.

teered to fight for his adopted country strife of the age, this war will soon' be and because our chances of making Mrs. B. J. Sapp, left a few days ago

,' end. I money are for the moment not for Mulberry, where she will attend

.- ; Nations cannot fight and feed armies -' quite so abundant as in times past. school.

F -V I Liege is pronounced "Lee-azh," long 1 without money, and when money i'I Le tthe people of this country put There was quite a crowd of young

fa," and the accent on the second sylI' fades away rational sense returns.i behind them such pessimism and such people of Brooker came* up to New DO
YOU
lable. The banks of the United States i narrowness, ajid in. a spirit of enthusiastic River last Sunday' to attend church. NEED' ONE? :

f have wisely; set the example. .Their optimism carry forward the We are glad to have you with us and tMOWING ,

The name of the, house of Haps- vaults are closed. I work of the day without hesitating or hope that you will come again. MACHINE

burg ought to be changed to Mishaps- If the money barons of Europe will halting, and then there will _be business Mr. B. J. Sapp had the misfortuneof RAKE; HAY ,

burg. .- follow their example we will have l enough for all and room enough sticking a pitchfork in his hand PRESS. STALK CUTTER

Germany is on her toes now, but peace.It I for all when the temporary disadvantages last_ Saturday, which caused him

she will be on her knees at the end of is time for action.A of the present situation have much pain, but ho is as jolly as ever. HARROW?

the war. passed away.-Manufacturer's gee Mr. Ed Ponnell.. -. of-- -Late--- -Rn-+.lAi. .., tel...

MODERN NECESSITY.I I ord. I risiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. DEWITT C. JONES
Why send missionaries to the The value advertising is felt at 3 ]Poppell, of New River.

heathen? Why not send them to hree;; ends-the merchant, the consumer New Yorkers are wise guys, but Miss Mabel Reddish, who has been HARDWARE 'LUMBER

Europe? and the publisher. they get stung sometimes. Excavators ; 1 teaching the summer school at New j ,

Much good red blood> and some blue Through the medium of his advertisements in the subway discovered the ]River, left for her home in Lawtey
t: the other day that the town in Trinity 1
merchant pump last Saturday.
blood has already been shed in the. acquaints the Everybody has been
,i European war., jonshimer with the wares he has for place was connected to the city ,well pleased with her as a teacher.

I sale, with their values and, their at- water mains. The waters of this pump She will teach at Lawtey this fall

We admire the Kaiser's ,courage, 1 tractive features, and is himself con- were supposed 'to have rare medi- 2

but we have some doubts about his stantly in touch with the consumer. cinal qualities and had been used for NOTICE OF APPMCATIOV FOR TAX PEED NEW PERFECTION WICKV{ .t.t

judgment. The consumer reads of the goods years by hard-headed business men UNDER SECTION EIGHT OF CHAPTER .t

he wants, learns where to find them, for the benefit of their health and t Hereby notice 4888. is LAWS given OF that FLORIDA.D. W. Moore 1 .
Newspaper men ought to be thankful and they fondly imagined the -urchawr of tax certificates numbered re-
saves'the water .
time of fruitless hunt- was .
that they were too poor to go to ing from placebo place. doing them good, and it probably did, Collector leetively.ffiS.of Bradford 224 and County 228 issued Florida by the each Tax V BLUE FLAME OILt STOVE ?r

Europe this year. if thinking makes +f said certificates bearing date of July 1st
The so
> in iii .-- publisher is the go-between, a thing so. '912. has filed said certificates in my office
the medium of -nd fcu made application for a tax deed tow
Kaiser. Bill's mustacihe will droo at communication
be tliII' <>

in
People judge a town by the number "e accordance with law.
the corners instead of turning up af- tween the buyer and seller, a sort of and size of the advertisements The Paid certificates embraces the following
of the 'ands in Bradford
County Florida.
assessed
ter the war is over. public convenience. Strange as it merchants in the local The .t the date of the issuance of said certifiaffs ti_
.--- may seem,he, too, has his uses. paper. in the names and under dates andu'mbeni l.(1
5 All drunkards point with pride to Advertising advertising columns of a newspaperare hereinafter respectively particularly
f accomplishes ot forth, to-wit
some famous character in history who and better results for all more good than an index to the character of the Certificate number: two hundred and twenty. : 'I lE!' f.rill.! (f! !I :" "+,!,iii!!'L: l'I
people .
was devotee of Bacchus. town in which it is published. Live 'iree embraces southeast quarter of southeast '"' 'IIII'I'I, ,,11'U ) ,M'',11'1'
a SIt any one feature in commercial life. merchants in live towns advertise. -outh'raarter.range section twenty-two seventeen forty, township assessed seven ',I ,i jlill'lli'! I;I!M"i I i rVV

Bryan's bill becomes a law, FlorIda' It is a modem necessity, made so Dead merchants in dead towns don't 'I''T Rammage. acres nrlm/ Ii ".: ii lit
the Cert'ficate number IS THE ;
by two
constantly increasing demandsof hundred and twenty-
:
: share of the federal road building advertise. our embraces that portion of north half of ALWAYS
a 'discriminating public. northwest quarter of northwest ;
fund will be $4,750,000. If! W S quarter west -
The learned man who answers the south if railway, section seventeen township seven t'V'
---- range twenty-two eighteen
; 1 Every time it, thunders nowadays ."GUILTY. queries for the Florida Metropolissays unknown. / acres asesred BEST

people along the Atlantic seaboard Thomas Jefferson Certificate-number two hundred and twenty READY4
Helen Rowland, a writer of some wrote the constitution eight embraces northeast quarter of northwestquarter + s
think a naval battle is in.progresa. of the United States and incorporated section five, township eight, south
L -*- note, very gracefully and sweetly -anfe twenty-two, forty acres assessed un 1
+ hands the therein the words, "all men known. _
us following
John
Lieut Cyril Porte may start : i
Unless said certificate
shall be
are created redeemed I
equal. If that
for the old world in.his airship, but "A bachelor is a sheep in wolfs is the wording to law tax deed will issue thereonn ,
case we must believe what Charles the 14 th day of September. A. D. 1914. ,
z. he will probably land in a new world. clothing who goes through life in Kingsley said W. T. WEEKS. "
about
-*- i the eternal, harrowing fear that __ history. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Flor R
-- ida.
r After the present war in Europe women he is An S .
every meets about to up-to-date curriculum does (Seal) 8-14-Bt
there will be peace tong ,enough for lead him to the altar for sacrifice." constitute not ,
a good school
the .nations to prepare .for anotherwar. Much depends NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1
Guilty! And again guilty, and upon the pupil and more upon UNDER SECTION EIGHT OF CHAPTER SURPRISE YOUR WIFE! !

thrice guilty! the teacher. President Garfield 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. f
I -.- said Hereby notice is given that A. Z. Adkins s
Lieutenant Porte now has a lawful Man is a sheep, a worm, a vain his ideal of a school was a log with purchaser of tax certificate numbered re: With a NEW PERFECTION BLUE FLAME OIL* :
and useless Creature, fit only to be Mark Hopkins nectively 9. 65. 64. 66. 68, 72, 111, 204. 229 ,
' excuse for not attempting to make his on one end of it
and 231. 232 and 243 issued by the tax collector STOVE and she will
trans-Atlantic aeroplane flight this trod under the heel of the fair Helen a boy on the other end. "f Bradford County: Florida. each of the appreciate your thoughtfulnessJThe =;
and her sister Helens. > -"id certificates' being dated the First day of NEW PERFECTION i is the best all-round OILS '
-year. Lost-Some July. A. D. 1912. has filed the raid certificates
.-- But woman, glorious woman! time between the first 'n my office and has made application for tax
The Germans fought so desperatelyto : Nothing on this earth is so sweet, of June and the middle of July, one "geed!d certificates to issue in respectively accordance with embraces law. Tha the. COOK STOVE that has ever appeared, from the standpoint -

capture Liege because many Limburger no heavenly star is so bright, no rainy season. Finder return to South following lands in Bradford county Florida.. of EFFICIENCY, SIMPLICITY and DURABILITY :
Florida.-Manatee -<54>8sed at the date of the issuance of such
cheese factories are located work of man is so wonderful as this Record. A rainy -ertincate :n the names respectively hereinaf-j and satisfies every requirement-
ithere. beautiful creature whom God created season has been hanging around +er particularly set forth to-wit: I
Starke for Certificate number nine embraces southeast i icoarter BAKING) ROASTING BROILING
and called "woman." several weeks. Wire full of southeast quarter, of section twen-J; TOASTING, IRONING, ETC. I.
Georgia has gone back to the old Woman description. v-seven. township four south range twenty-!

Tfalce back speller. Going, back is,the and without is light the light mere man of the would world be, The Atchison : two Certificate forty acres number, aseesat-d fifty-five unknown.embraces south,I NO ODOR! NO SMOKE! NO ASHES! NO DUST!

t -wrong way to go educationally or Globe says that a -est quarter of northwest q"rter, of pectin .
plunged into eternal darkness. '
small town is sixteen township five. south range twenty-
otherwise. Praise. be that we have woman! attracts as much one in which a silk hat one forty acres, assessed unknown. ,I The heat which is sufficient for any kind of cooking, is .
attention as the fire Certificate number sixty-four embrace lots
The Tavares Herald expresses the Incomparable woman! department. Our twenty-eVbt and twenty-nine in Woodlawn,I concentrated at the burners, thus preventing over.heat. ling
conception of a section fourteen township five, south?rang
hope that the whiskers rule of Car- small town is one that is too small twrntv-two. twenty acres, assessed C. R. Sanp. of the kitchen in hot weather.
Certificate number sixty-six embraces lots _
ranza will be better'for Mexico than There are some people who cannot to have a fire department. forty-nine fifty sixty-three and sixty-four in

i the whiskey rule of Huerta. afford to take a country paper. One' Woodlawn, section fifteen, township five south KEEP COOL BY USING AJlEff PERFECTION .:
OIL STOVE
That European range twenty-two forty acres, assesesd C. R.-
IAn was here Monday, making a trip of war will make people Sanp. -
Ohio paper devotes nearly a get out their old Certificates number sixty-eight embraces lots :
t column to telling how to keep cool twenty miles and back, because someone Miami geographies. .inetoen, twenty twenty-nine and thirty, I inWoodlawn. For Sale in Starke by .
had told him that the assessmentwas Metropolis. Yes, and it will section fifteen. township five uth"tID..e v i
We can tell these Buckeyes how to do make'them twenty-two forty acres assessed C H.
raised on his land. The buy new geographies af- ,
expenseof Revere. \
A. M. ,
it in three words-"Come to Florida DARBY
the trip was about enough to have ter the war is over. Certificate No. 72 embrace west half often lot
.
I and lot thirty-seven in Woodlawn section
American tourists are sorry, they paid for a subscription for threeyeari It must make a.little fish feel chesty I eighteen township five, south range JOHNS FURNITURE COMPANY, I
t twenty-two fifteen assesed unknown.
acres
are in Europe atthis particular time, to say nothing of his time.-De- '
when he escapes from a hook and Certificate number one hundred and eleven t
'but they will brag about it the rest Funiak Breeze. embraces southeast quarter southwest quarter .
hears .the fisherman who didn't catchhim section twentr.ix, township 'six south
.of their lives. -- telling the rest of the ange nineteen, forty acres, assessed Empire POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. NOTICE. J
.,.. Don't blame the crowned heads of crowd whata Lumber Company. '
Notice is hereby given that at meetiaI)
a
the Europe altogether for the whopper be nearly caught. Certificate number two hundred four embraces of the town ,
Andrew Carnegie lost ten cents war now FOR MAYOR. council of the Town of Stark f
J southeast of southwest
quarter
quarter
other day and found fifteen cents. Andrew in progress. Probably they were section eleven township seven, south I hereby announce myself u a candidatefor held on Monday August 'rd the fowwuc"|
An exchange says that with all her range nineteen forty acres assessed unknown. the office of Mayor of the Town of Starke names were stricken from the yegistrstioa;ft
has been' than he swept off their feet by public sent list of said town for reasons set forth opts
finding more faults and, oibles woman still is better Certificate number two hundred and twenty- and respectfully solicit the. support of the site the came of said persons: ':
ment. Republics are not immune nine embraces southeast quarter of northeast voters. ..
has been losing all his life. Bell. B. C.-Removed.
from war. Remember Congress than man. How is it when she euarterouand west half of northeast quarter C. F. HOOVER. Bryan, W. JI.-Bemo"ed. .....
VV S J was quarter of northwest
is F. M.
not still? Dees. -Removed. '
The lovers of Limburger cheese will forced to declare war against Spain and northeast quarter of southwest quarter FOR MARSHAL Edwards. F. C-Removed.
S eetion five township eight: south range. twen I hereby announce myself a candidate for
be on short rations until the war is by public opinion. I Don't be discouraged.* It is often tytwo200 acres, assessed N. P. Cauthen. the office of Marshal of the Town of Starke Johns.Haroage.Newton.J. A.-Not-Removed.eligible.
and respectfully solicit the support of the
Certificate number two hundred and thirty-
over. Much of it is made at Liege, the last key in the bunch that opens one embraces east half of northeast quarter voters Johns Kite. ,J.A... Jr.-Removed..-Removed.
Belgium, which.is now the center of the lock.-Country Gentleman. ->f northwest quarter and east half of east 3. B. SAPP.FOB Lewis. H. L.-Removed. ,

military operations in Europe. ;.r Howi TWs 5--, I half ship of eight southwest south quarter range section twenty-two eight town-sixty MARSHAL Lee Mnrrbee G.,,C.W.-Removed G.-Removed., ?
Chronic I hereby announce myself as a candidatefor
kicking is brain ,
destroying acre assessed unknown.
.
w -- W. offer One Hundred Dollars Re Certificate number two hundred and thirty re-election to the office of Marshal of the McCall. Frank-Dead.
-ti.. Linotype operators should not worry -I I yard for any cue of Catarrh that Exchange. Wrong. Chronic two embrace south three-quarters of northwest Town of Starke and solicit the support of the Rivers.Sweat O.W.B.-Not H.-Dead.
I kickers have brain quarter of southwest quarter and north voters. If elected I promise the same eonscientions eligible.
cannot be no to
cured by Hall' Catarrh destroy. Underhill C. L.
about those All Removed.
European names. half of southwest quarter of southwest quarter performance of duty that! 1 have -
I i Cure I always rendered in the past. Waiari! ht, W. E-Removed l
that is necessary is to pi the lines in The section nine township eight south range. Villiams, 10hD-Bemoved
F. ? UUENJfiy it co.. Toledo X ambition of many people is Hrenty-two fifty acre assessed B. A. Coachman I SILAS KITE.gpuaq Williams. Ed.
which the names occur ana the proof We, the,oadenlcp4. have known F. 3. nothing but envy and their energy agentCertificate I The connc-1 will-Removed.be in sesison at T8 o'clockP. -i
reader won't know the difference. Cheney for the JUt is yean and believe nothing but number two hundred and forty-I uao iraq no 8Jlq M. on Friday August 28th. to hear P re- "
nervousness. northwest of north-
him embrace quarter
perfectly honorable la all budae 'ree j
isa aawo tests from persons whose bare,Ilea
-. trtntiftlftni and financially able to tarry sat quarter of southwest quarter less two aoj padsai on 8uq j improperly strcken from name :
said
books.
In view of war disturbances out any obligations made by hla arm. Be lenient with the bores. Everybody acres section twenty-five township eight I N. D. WAINEIGHT -V
south twenty-two eight acre, assessed I Carnegie think it &
NATIONAL BANS OF COMMERCE range may a disgrace '
tern railroad men agreed not to wes-I is a bore to Atlanta mVnown. I Chairman Pr 9 Tex. J;
somebody. Attest '
-
Toledo; O.Haffi JournalThe Unless said certificates snail be redeemed to die rich, but his heirs don'tCvn 8-14-2L: C A. FUTCB; Cterk. ,i
but to submit their grievances : catarrh Cure is takes Internal according to law tax deed will issue ont the -i.j
r bitration. couldn't labor troubles acting directly upon the blood I '4th day of September. A. D. 1914.
Why and inn. I'I IM tau, Iota liariiu lut ills Pile Cared
Coat rartacea of the system. Testimonials) proudest lay in the write 's Witless my hand and official seal this the in 6 to 14 Day f
: be settled in that way at all eat five. Price & centa per bottle. Sold 2 12th day of Aagwt. A. D. 1914. The worst cases no matter of how long standing, four druggist wfll refund If PAZCK
V :; 'tlmUt I fey all DrnssUta. life, was the first day he wore long W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. I I are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr. i OINTMENT fails to cure III money' case of Itciia
I 1 I aka 1Iaa"1'MIUl1lDa"-.r .. pants. Circuit Court Porter's Antiseptic Healing DO. It relieves I'BIind.BleedingorPrctmdingPilesinCtoUdsTfc I '=y
Pain and Heals at the time. ScMc, LOQ. Thefi-- f
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i : _'" Mr. and Mrs.: J.: C.' Darby returned "
Y T
to Jacksonville .Wednesday 'after ai. -
.
visit of a few days :

s .., 'aits !otLoca here.Mr. ," Q. .

.. and Mrs. B. P. 'I _
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visited Mr. and .. .- =
tonal

,Information .' Sunday, Mr. Smith s of 3d" .

Sunday evening'and ... __ ,
Cv.nntty 0.,P.... >teta .eaa ... maining here for a ;.! .
< ttiai"a+l .. w c..O" MIl 1'... to thinhwe learnt
Miss Susie Belle tour imaainat half asfar as
\ titer, "
IrGhJWI
_' .. ...r visiting the family of ,
l IM C. L. Peek, left of tatau bo net nealtee to not if/

k IfTto&b* and.Pns118 8-at L6"1011'8broideries :: Mr.and Mrs: W. R. Strickland and Ga., for a visit with 9Ortunt G huntod dumcc5f r:-.. t,
: ; -. children, of Lawtey, were visitors to .
!II ": ',;;. Leviton's. was accompanied with ttoe,...cf our ptiefathco;, t
.
at
',I -1 Starke Saturday.' Peek. : ,/ .

'\f'"'' k' shirts, $1.00, Steinberg's. Mr. L. D. Register has returned Marshal Silas Kite __ 44

ftw, 'i, thirsty phone 34., 8-14-4t' j jr. from a visit to his family at Fort the Telegraph this H 'Onc: dtor ry

t' ;" Meade. candidate for win Parian
1pt '
L,. J. Adams spent Friday and has been faithful a1Jh.
a >< Arl1t' Account
1 .ianl J,in'i Jacksonville. I Uncle "Kinch" Adams, of Plant public servant and J\ ,
,
'i! ;:f-DIER- Have jour house i ifig.DU City, visited friends here Tuesday and titled to another term STARKE- I

.**** Jone8 Hardware.'s. L I Wednesday.For .- Mr. J. C. Privett,

'* f candies. Phone 34. dry goods. Leviton. state labor inspector, LIST OF QUALIFIED VOTERS. 4-1
Fresh
8-14-4t.1 i Harness, Saddles, Harness parts, and Sunday here with Under the provisions of section 186 /1 ;

'< l-Trunks and bags at the right prices. leather, rawhide. Hull's Department were visiting Mr. and of the General Statutes of the State ]

{:'Stenjberg'g... i illfn ['I Store. liter and Mr. and Mrs. of Florida the following list of qual-

-' and sister, of ified electors of the Town of Starkeis ........
M. Bray Mr. J. B.
W. Sapp \ .
.
doses will break ..
I 5 or g 666 any
Starke Friday. j ji Telegraph this week published:
jytjjo, ) ., visited 'case of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. A
..' didate for the office
Inta and oils. Let us figure on Alvarez, 0. W. Austin. KAlvarez.
i I I I American steel wire and fence postsat Starke. Mr. Sapp is Andrews, J. W. Sr. J. M. ttttatw. ,
\_f needs. Hull's. Hull's Department Store. Get our people, of this Alvarez, Alonzo Alvares. J. W. F
Anders J. Z. C-
Alvarez S. L.
'Jlte.-John Uglow was a visitor to prices. ble and has made a Alvarez' Errol Adkins. A. Z. -V f o
Adams Hill Adams, K. L.
[':Jacksonville Monday. I j I Mr. Edwin Freeman has returned an officer Alvarez A. B. i I Andrews J. W. Jr. -
Alvarez Gay Alvarez, D. W.
3f.J- T B. Rosier;of Raiford, was in home from Gainesville, where he has Mr. and Mrs. J. B. B

: business Monday. bean attending tbj state university.Fine Jacksonville Monday Baisden, G. W. Jr. Brownlee, H. L.
Starke on Bryan, J. R. iBurnsed Branka Albert

'J ,- J. Turner,of New River, was line of rockers, diners and Mrs Sapp remained Bundle ,Jacob Ed. Brown J. S. -
[Mr.B. until Thursday, Brooke W. G.
Friday. .childrens' chairs. Hull's DepartmentStore. Bryan S. A. Baisden. W. W.Canova. .
din I t Starke' on" business F. A. Moore and Mr. C JcThe

I|: Mr. William Kalch, of Hampton, home Tuesday. Carter J. C. E. E. w
Cason. C. P.
Canova J. F.
;rwuis Starke on business Saturday.j Mrs. Lawrence Adams and Miss'Annie Are Crews A. S. Campbell, E. T.
i Powell, of Jacksonville, visited you Canova P. E. Colley. J. F.
'
,
JacksonI you are or not Chancey, M. H. Chastain.' H. M.
; xri.J. }I. Murrhee, of Andrews Sr. this you
t Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Crutcafield. Chas. Chase D. C. Jr.
avtpe, visited friends here this week. week. catch the bargain Chaplin. J. J. Canova. A.' B. new shirts with the new ,
Few Palm Beach Cox. Rose Canova T. B.Dubose .
'i and standard of values
U<;Wa(: coats in all sizes, $5.00,I' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mixon have returned plan $7.50 goods at J. M. D higher 1 '
the
Davis. W. at
E. prices
|$7. 0.and $10.00. J. M. Alvarez. from a pleasant visit of ten Alvarez. Duncan E. P. Dowlin!'. B. M. ,

IILI Qean- .-, fre sh and fit to eat grocer- days with relatives and friends. ini fate and Lester Darby Davis. J.A. R.M. Darby Denmark J. M.S. B.- $12r "i .
Daniel R. O. X1.50 ;
,
Gainesville, Ga. Davis L. A. Jr. !!
at Hull's. |I hunting near Dover. J. R. Davis. Lneias ,

t value 25 cent fruit; I Mr. Frank Burnsed visited relatives morning with four I E and op.' ;) .
big
.a Edwards y
Buy now W. F.'
Ellerson R. M.
at 2 for 25 cents. JayS. Brown., here Sunday. Mr. Burnsed has a po- spirited chase lasting Edwards Wm. Rdwards. D. R. .'
jfifji Edwards, Wm. M. Ask us to show youHALLMARK .
1 ration as overseer at the State Prison caught the fox. Edwards Ike :
: Edwards J. W.
r: Mr. E. P, Duncan, of Jacksonville,1 farm near Raiford. F SHIRTS:' ss,

Ir-irai a.visitor,to Starke Tuesday Attorney A. G. Freeman. A. H. Fernandez. R. a
i American fence. If quality and not ily, of Jacksonville, Fnteh C. A. Forsyth U. J.S. and have your notions as to shirt y

I i Shoes at Leviton't.t counts will American friends who Florrid .J. B. Fouler W. N.
quantity you buy spent
values and shirt prices
m-i- _,-_ r_ i'rFutch., J. E. entirely) -
Quench your thirst. ,Prompt deJByery. fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. Long cottage on 6 changed.

Phone 34. 8-14-4t Jones. returned home, much Griffin T. J. Griffin. 0. >: f I z4
} George D. W.
a,( their outing. Mr. Gardiner. G. A.
( Gunter T.
D.
,K 'or ft doses 666 will break an)Beginning] Sunday, August,9th, the ed his intention of nano Albert STERNBERG'S J :

of Fever or Obffls. Price 25e. Mitchell Drug Store will handle the HO lOn. B. B. -
-.x I home on the lake in Hoffman A. P. 5 .
'Florida Times-Union thru the week Haynes, J. O. Harter. Dock BARGAIN. 'HOUSE. .

,J War'news The Times-Union at and on Sundays. Cot C. L. Peek, Hail Remiaowav. N. B. T. F. Haynes Hodges, B.O. W.I*. --! \ '. #

'Hufl'i Department Store., I 1 ing with half an acre Hoover C. F. Hicks. J. .W.
Hoover. J. C.
Mr. R. A. Weks and family and

Cold soda and coco-cola. Phone 34. Mr. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and familyI on the sand hills Done

.1LU .L__* 1__ u.LL --A ..t_ jdnforms us that he Johns"_L__ .M..L... _t. ; Mann"ma wn'I'T'"
PiT TM -j I i are spending a ten oay ouung at ua- + U. Jonpg D. c.- '
I picking last week. I! J ohns.- Jacob .JenklDl..o.. I List of assessments changed; by the Board ;
f r'Bonelak .- I I n. 0. "f Equalization of the Town of Starke noon ,
Johns E. B. ,
Mr. W. G. Brooks made bUS1ess'trip Johns.
a
cotton is P.
M.
heavily Johns, Jeff. the real and personal property for 1914. filed
J
to Jacksonville Monday. the half-acre will "r--' tlna. R. S. vith the clerk for publication aceordiag to "J f
j I Mr. W. L. Cooper and family, who Johns F. B. law:

t' : recently came here from Columbia, bale of cotton. EKiekliter ... From To '
!Ln Ella Johnson of is vis-
f Mayo, ; telIn.p. 'V. L;; Alvares estate-Lota 1. r
short in J. F ... ,
trying cotton
sting her'dsnghter, Mrs. C. A. Knight TentL, have moved into the Bennett 'z"I.Kite Ar! Kiekliter. L. WRite 2. 5. 0. of block 2, J. G. Alvarex'saddit'on /4\'
house on South Walnut street. year and all' A. $900 J500 .x
Jas. Knight CD.
: I' Sr. E. J. W. Alvares-One lot 110 feet
Mus Loren Alvarez visited rela-J J Rite Silas Kendrick north and south on Walnut street y
.tires in Jacksonville this week. j Dr. E:1.. Biggs arrived here Saturday Mr. C. F. Hoover Kite,, T., .P. Kuhl W. B.T..N. 396.feet east and west, boundedBeal '

I L II to take charge of Dr. A. H. Free- nouncement in this L ftth street by Walnut, west street by lands, north of N.by ,.*- rr

tErs.. A. J. Underhill visited her'.r.oChter man's practice during the letter's va- as a candidate for the Lagergren Livingston. H. E. Levitoi M. T. Riteh'.. south by lands of J.
G. C. Lake W. ....... r
R. Davis BOO .
'" '. in Jacksonville this week.,, !I t cation at Waynesville, N. C. of Starke. Mr. Ion*. A. V. --..- Long; F/H. Perry Dover-East half of lots ,100, .
th! :' I. tably as mayor for -i .' .a.wr Mfmbaugh. T. N.Voitt 5 and 7 of block 16 S500 8000
g Ifs .H. S. Warren, of Clayno, was A beautiful effect'in inside decoration O. J. Griffin-Other personal 1500 1250
not
candidate
I' was a ,. W. A. Mrs. Maggie E. Johns-Commencing .
ajisitor' to Starke Sunday. produced by our flat, soft-toned tion. He has Moitt. A. E. Murrbee.Mott, B. C.G. E. 72 1-2 feet'eut of Be ',--] 1 '
? I Perfection Flat Paints and Mission. Morgan. J. W. Mott R. L. corner of Call and Court streets \ : ,
;"Vz.Rurie; Wells, of Douglass, Ga., I time solely at the Malphurs, W. F. Massey Geo. and run north 210,feet, east 621.2. ''' *: ,
Stains-all colors Quigley Lumber I friends. I Matthews. E. S. Manning. feet south 210 feet and west i.
;'Baited friends here from Friday till Supply Co. many Mack Iloses Marks 0.J.A.C. 62 1.2 feet to beginning 600'' 800"M. P

t 7; I I : I Mitchell.! J. M. Mott,, 'w. F. Leviton-Personal 1300 2100 ; ;..
!}f- II KAUSTINE Miner. W. H. Mills Wallace A. V. Lowt-Lots 2, I. 4. I. :
:I Miss Emma Moore, of.Hartsville S. Miner. U. D. of block 4 8500 8750
jGood value 50 cent shirts at 35 For home, stores and MUon. C. A. Mills J. B. A. V. Long-Personal .....i-- SOO 1200 .
.. Mercer J. S.p
C. is her .
visiting Mr.
and
|;"torts for a few days at Hull's, De- parents, ings. Requires no aasey. C. F. J. C. Manning-Other personal ;.
Mrs. Nathan Moore of New River and mdse 1150 1500
;:?*rtment Store. pool or sewer conne E. S. Matthews-Other personal 2400 8400 j t
'I- .. I lother relatives in Starke for a few Boards of Health. Prevail. R R. Pave Cha F.Pnllham C. A. Marks-Personal ___ 750 1000 .
$Mr. B. 1..' Lewis of weeks. br Phillips W. H. D. P. Quigley Lumber A Supply Co.. i .a..
\ Jasper, visited cess pool or Parker. John Peek. S. L. other personal eaoital *tocV> 3000 5000 s : AHrs.
Lib daughter, Mrs. J. C. Robinson, sale by the Peek C. L. Poppell J. C. Emma Richard Lots 1. 2, i3 i-f'
r fcsnt.Wednesday Elder C, H. Cox and Elder Bennett, Quigley Powell J. H. Peek. J. L. 4 of block 12 800 400 t.
and Thursday. I of ply Co. Q Mrs. Emma Richard-Lots 1, 2, -
the
Mormon visited'friendsof \
church
\ f'; 3. and 4 of block 13 __ 1800 2000 / ,
iJ'iiia Bessie Taylor and Miss Jessie their faith here Friday and Satur- Dr. A. H. Freeman Quigley J. T. J. F. Rhoden-One lot 62 1-2 I ;
R
( 'eet east and west by 105 feet. t ,
Tjlliams, of Jacksonville, are the day. left Wednesday Roberts. ,. H. R-chard H. C.Rilch *.rth and south, off east end of I
Toasts this week of Mrs. T. J. Griffin. i : N. T. FJioden J. B.Riteh. "'rs. Hemingway's lot. bounded I r
for a trip to east by land of Mrs. M. J. Green '
*r. jr I Miss May Dickens, of Sanford, visited J. H. Robinson. J. W.
*J' where will Veto. P. M. Rhoden. J. FRaavee. sooth by Hoyt street 150 251t./.
{,f food 15 cent value matting Aug. her uncle, Cot W. T. Weeks, here they I J.>T. Raoe. B. T. J. F. Rhoden Lots 5, 6, 7. .. /
f$ Pea1 sale W cents last week. Miss Dickens d They carried a I I P.egister L. D.Robbins.. F. E. II of block 1 and lots 9. 10. 11, ;
will
a yard at spend .
I .q. r'lape w. C. 1% 21. 22. 23 and 24 of block
5 1q S. Brown., the rest of the summer at Cluster, S. them and will camp S' 2. Dowling's addition _-,-... 400 800 .
.f- the They have Mrs. Mary E. Trnby-Lois 3 .
1)f C. way. Stump, F. F. fti11: <'Y. Ben end 4 of block 1, Temple's addi- $
%Jot a few more $10.00 Silk Haynesville of Mr. E. Sternbem, N .. Shaffer. F. P. ion 1009 1500
eta Sweat, T. W. Sherman. H. C. J. T. Wills-Lota 6 and T of blk
tote at $6.90. J. M. A fine 20 cent roasted coffee used it this
AI.t August
t___ summer, Scott A. L. Strickland Jesse 1. Davis and Truby's addition. 1200 1000 y; '. '
Qo sale special 15 cents pound. Jay the tent during their Srott. F. A. Sweat, a C. G. W. Johnson 1-2 acres east '; .
"*-* r"* S. Sistrunk G. M.Snarkman Sapp. J. B. (:>f railroad in southeast Quarter of

'i\\-Fe lave a lot of August specials Brown. The Sunday school ; Shipman. ,E.J.B.J. Smith L. J. ,...... by outhwest Johns addition quarter bounded west bY S.north A.- Av' -

t treble a magnet. Come in and Chief of Police Kite is on the sick church is holding T .'. Railway sooth by section line .< -
'Iio.j J7 Turner. J. 0. Tomlinson J. P. \nd east by Church street also .
S. Brown. list
this week and Alonzo Canova whoweighs fish fry at Sampson
H. Tompkins. W. T. Truby. J. M. lots 9 and 10 of block 47 Johns '
about 17 stone, has been deputized of the young men, Turner. Roy Thomas. E. M. addition 400 209 "'iLuven'a ...
16fGeo. Moore of Robinmn-Lets 2 andt '
Lake City, for- Turner U. G. ruby J. J. '
to sit on the lid and preserve the pastor, Rev, B. of block 5. L. T. Co-.' sub200 400 r
; fc of Starke has I V
been in town T* D. Register t Co.-Fraction.il -
,tw Ifaek renewing the peace and good order of the town. the lake with their Valentine. V. 'J.'P' lots 1 and 2 of block 1. Tern- =
:, w'i. acquaintances. afternoon to catch ,W pies> addition 1500 2000
We sell In accordance with the laws of Florida the
but
#i Curie:: Darby returned Wed- none standard casion and camped Wilson. J. E. mite. O. W. -H of Alderaua win be In session at 7JO I
.....f from 'relative goods-that policy is never re last Those in Wainright. A. A. Williams J. G. o'clock P. M. Monday. August 24 1914. to _
a visit to in laxed. night. Witkovski. B. R. Wills J. C. hear any complaints of the owners of said '
,.rQIina. Give our line of Men's ried baskets of Wills E. E. Wainright, C. L. -ty. U any there be why the valoation
+ L, } odd pants "The Once Over" $-1 Williams. Kit Williams, Joe. HID if'their property, u fixed by the Board ofAldermen
time WaU. A. E.Woods.
joyable Weeks
Wow be
should ehannd.
!
koe a ground meal We haved. to $6 a look. J. M. Alvarez. wins J. T.T. DockWainrhrht. N. D. WAINRIGHT. '

r let '.: time.. Hull's Department All Deputy.: U. S. Wall. W. .L.N. D. WiUiamaiLJ.C.Wells. B.. C. A. nrrOtt Cbminnan pro ten.
grades of Clerk. 8-13-2L.
.1 r lumber, sash, doors, nolds of White. J. W. J. W.
|*8 fcj--i" paints, and in fact everything for Tampa, ek Warren J. U Williams Nat t
Thursday and NOTICE FOB BIDS FOR DEC'l'INGTOWN 1
Weeks. R. A. .
1. E. Kelly and daughter, Miss building and improving your home, to State of Florida, JAIL. 7
while his to
r on way Sealed bids win be by
be received the town
are had at the '
Quigley Lumber
-...! visiting her sister, Mrs. & prisoner for the County of Bradford. council of the town of Starke. Florida until
Supply. Co. 8 o'clock P. *L. Friday the 11th
-'t.,; \'.:.......' Mrs. Reynolds, who I, C. A. Fetch, supervisor of regis 1914 for the erection and day contt of September >ne- >
I. 7Dd for the town of Starke,, tion of m town jail in accordance
d : ;received a lhipment of to ng Mrs. M. P. Southers, of Dallas, Texas her mother here tk tration in and plans and specification now on file with with the C.

.' IWrta. Cornel around. Stern- formerly of Starke, is a visitor at Johns, accompanied I, do hereby certify that the above and A. Fnteh. the town clerk. < g

':! ,'htt .- the home of Mr. and Mri. John Ug and went from there foregoing is a true list of the qualified S.Contractors Matthews Chairman should address Town their Council bids Starke to E.:

i ...:.:::..;.;::: low. C., to recuperate her ; electors in and for said town as Florida marked "Proposal for building Town '
foods going at 'shown by the records in my office. 'aL.. accompanied by a certified check. or
ir .any price fi in the sum ef $50.00 u an evidence of
' ,-:.4 zoom. for new fall goods. CallStemberg's. Mr. S. L. Alvarez is .having the The enterprising C. A. FUTCH, rood (aith that If awarded the contract the

:.Zw{:be eed. material placed upon,the ground for, 'Boatdrain school Supervisor of Registration, for the bidder will faithfully E. perform S. MATTHEWS.the nmtract

r -!,,
MSRSr"1 moved into her, npon his twenty-acre farm east of, es by thoroughly ]1 .
vu. i.ast. l+all town. New drains are I Mr. T.' Frank Chase was Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Warren visited ,
Street
on lands formerly too bitten on the leg Friday evening Whit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Warren

Mr. J. R. Halligan, who resides being,cleared. on his way home by a' brindle bulldog here, this week while' ,on their ,

; ne eld ceding' on the railroad bout a mile northwest town sent drains do not'reach' belonging to J. B. Saoo. This is I way from, Dana, N. C., to,I Buckingham :a

t !a$oaed fort years as a city jail to this office Tuesday a sunflower the farmers, they the same dog 'that bit Ellery Manning Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Warren were .
head
that
measured 14 married just before left Dana
they
totn down and on the site inches in di own'' expense. a few weeks ago and Mr. Sap
, A' k DSby has began the ameba, from: which had 'been ta evinced by the has ordered'the dog killed. and the trip to Buckingham was their .'

:aberage warehouse erec ken three pints of seed. Sjmflower that section a honeymoon jonrnev. Mr. Warren will ,
'
heads seldom attain this size. l'and it is being Telegraph' ",, $1.50" "per. year..,... teach- at Buckingham this winter. ..

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.. : THE BRADFORD COUNTY'TELEGRAPH. -
!, x TrAG&TWO _. __ FRIDAY,' :AUGUST"j

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'n '.
mH, ;,.'.. ,(t.10 .. : :I : ": <,< growth-ii the building of the :Florida .
-
\ t .. East The N DHEI FRIENDSHARCLYJNOW -
Coast Railway. same
-,> '
>11'1: .". ..Ii,. .. '> __ .-r..J; Scrubs; Fatten
:' ..'\ "f<, .,. ; .... incomparable climatic conditions had Qdckly?
r
prevailed for centuries,:the Mme fer- HEN You WIld JOUr pip fo ett u aneh n pole .. -
; .) 0' > tile soil had been there from the beginning t t :
.
o. -
,when IaItea .
:& >"> :. JOlt them Gift then t great:valet);
..;p,. ; ; i ,:yet tha .yeaii passed1 with of feed, keep the appetite keen and the digestion ia I's'-! r y

t ':. .. but little perceptible change 80'far. good order,tad you witt'obtain the desired result to
; ; .' .; ':f :' as population was .concerned.. With lilt TnU Doe' ,Not .Better, ... espedanyifywmizwitbthegriuriiioaadoiedSTOCK. GleirW I

_.1 !' ; \ J-\ q .; ,.<.... transportation this. southern sectionwas Bad Under tieGrc atm sN

;, ; soOn recognized ,as being a most ; : S
B
4 e"
J \ desirable placje. ,The early experiments ';' DL' eD MEDICINE :r.-

in vegetable culture 'gave -

t promise a rich reward for the hus Houston, Tex2S.-rIa as interesting .Wbett. the. appcttte-Eelpf_ .d .--. Uc,AlJ'CIII'aoc at '1.
,
bandman's labor, the citrus trees developed letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton :

: ''.: with rapidity hitherto un writes as follows: "I think it Is mJ duty :
.' known in other sections of Florida. ,
to tell you what your,mAJWne, Cardid,
f with'
The climate
genial called a call
.
die woman's has done for
tonic, me.
that was heeded by thousands.
At'this time the Everglades,'a vast I was down sick with womanly trouble,

empire of water and grass.was con- and my mother advised several different FavoriteFertilizelAREBEST

\ sidered almost .a menace to the healthof treatments, but' they didn't seem to do

the people. The idea that eventu- me any good. 1 lingered along.for ttret'ar
.
four months 'and for.feree weeks
J
,
ally these broad acres would be
:1Ek.j was in bed, so'side I couldn't bear for ky
drained and made inhabitable cultivatable -
any one: to walk across the floor.
was unthought of. Early in
: My husband advised me'to try Cardul,
the settlement of Miami J. E. In-
the woman's tonic. I have taken two r
gram, vice-president ,of the Florida .
bottles of Cardui
East Coast am feeling fine, gained ,
Railway, 'conceived 15 pounds and do aB of my housework.
the idea of draining a portion of this
Friends hardly know me, I am so wcIL" FOR
great tract, lying west'from Miami U you suffer'from any of the ailmentsso

A company was formed and surveys common to women, don't allow the ALL CROPS
-V Vrboto made to ascertain the practicabilityof trouble to become chronic. Begin,taking a

; ; the drainage scheme and found to Cardui to-day. It,is purely vegetable, Write, for Catalogue t'

; be practicable. But for some reason its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural .

F the scheme never materialized. Yet way on the weakened: womanly constitu :-.0'

the drainage scheme seed had been tion. You'tuu, oo risk in trying Cardui. ..

f sown and fell into fertile ground, It has been helping weak women back to ,:'i'

b1'Ameefcan Prey A od&t1cm.. t sprung up and bore a crop that health and strength for more than 50 t

should make Florida the foremost years. It will help you. At all,dealers. INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER K
As -VIewed From
the Iron Duke
\ State, in the Union. With an addition ,,
I Write to: Chitumoea AWWne eo. 1.a4Ie'
_t # > jibe English navy was taken Into consideration when the great powers of of nearly or quite four million of Advisory,[)epL. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for SpecialNJtruetMMUMi JACKSONVILLE FLA. 7Z

IIIrope became involved. The nary never was In finer condition than JustBSW. acres' of land as rich as the Missis tmrtmeot/ far WMMO.your cast"sent and iD 64-pqe oleic r>book.paa. EW-B bade I ,

The abort picture waa taken from the Iron Duke which is now In th. sippi ,bottoms or the Valley of the 0 WE SELL SEED POTATOES'
a
... Tf
JIIdIa
Nile to its cultivatable'acreage, with WAR-AND FOOD SUPPLY.The .

the discovery that the pine lands,
\ great war in Europe has already -
+**+* 11111111111111.' +f!*+ being purchased, great manufacturing prairies, both sand and marl, are brought up the question f-H--I-* 11111111 1 1 n 11.+4'++ :

+ + enterprises are being developedinto capable of yielding crops of all kinds whether non-combatants can be fed f FINEST WE HAVE"EvansviDe .

1 LAND OF ,OPPORTUNITY.' + this great southland. equal if 'not larger than in the latitudes while the' armies struggle and die + CHURCHES. + %,.,

f 4.i The time has come when the ever- farther north and that two to in the field. This early,in the f f

+++HIIIIIIIII 1 1111 ++Pfl increasing population of the UnitedStates four crops can be grown on the same the demand for rations on struggle an + BAPTIST-Rev. W. ,A. Fer- .

fr .There are a thousand and one must look to the South for its piece of ground each year, is goingto enormous scale has brought about a f nIL Sunday school, 9:45 A. P

y, !ir ,things that enter into the present supply of, meats, including beef, pork aid in solving the problem of the marked advance in food prices. The + .M. Morning service, 11:00; tf

_ ;;ti, Ugh cost of living. In this articlewe and mutton. The.great cattle, ranges "high cost of living." nations involved have already foundit evening service, 7:00. VISitors .
the West and It is evident that in the fu- f invited ff :
will state some facts and figuresw1dch' of Southwest have been near necessary to forbid exportations of cordially to. 'worship .tip''j J a -
cut into tare; with the Everglades drained with YR 't.
small farms, the wild rangeshas and wheat, other grains and farinaceousfoods us.CHRISTIAN tT q
to a considerable extent will become brought into intelligent cultivation Y
cultivated fields, the great of all kinds. Tt
explain why the cost of living is abnormally cattle longs of the West and Southwest that Florida will be depended uponto The people of the Continent, it is i Rev. Ernest ff

high and the reasons why are no more. furnish this country not only the pointed out, in the best of .times House, pastor. Services on ff Ind,, Jely

.. there will lie a.constant increase in The southland has long been neglected general farm products, the winter consume little meat.: Now flourthreatens morning and evening each f The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co, I

the cost. living ,unless thae id a but now is coming to jthe vegetables, the sugar and the beef, to be scarce and high and + second and fourth Sunday of t Gentlemen: We.would not*

change along the lines of agricolturaldevelopment front; people. in .the East, North. and pork and mutton and the fruits, but as the harvests have not been gleanedyet + the month. f out your Man-Power Seri
West to furnish homes + + more. It is the finest 1
}. are just learning the lesson faraway from the subsistence for the present must we
that the southland is cream blighting effect of the winter's cold. + PRESBYTERIAN regular '. seen in this city at
,Statistics tell.us that from the year the the depend upon such stores of grains'as ;ps
1900_to 1910 there arrived in this best part of our grfeat domain; a place Here, on a city lot, the carpenter, are available. Living from hand to f pastor. Sunday school at' + people that have seen.yoa

country four million immigrants'from I where life is worth living. ,The question mason and the wage earner, if he hasa mouth is the rule in Europe and as f 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. tf at our place think very,js

1; foreign countries and that the natural] naturally arises, which particular mind to do so, can grow all the war will cripple many industries and ft and well pleased to see it"

e, ; Increase of our home population was portion of the southland is offering vegetables his family consumes beside stop others it will be a problem for -; Rev. B. T. ff place. YoursTHEODORE

c three,moron souls, making a total of the greatest inducements to, oranges, grapefruit and tro'pical the poorer classes to keep breath in Rape, pastor. Sunday school ff 'BUC
the fruits for family at 9:45 A. M. Morning service For Sale |i
By
'I
even milion more people to be fed new settler? consumption. The their bodies. For them -
,,- than there were inl900. At the For many years Florida was looked. short hours which the workmen have would mean famine a disease long struggle and- f 11:00, o'clock; evening ff R. S. FERNAN1

atame time there has been very Ettleiaerease upon as' unfit'for human habitation; to give their employers each day give death almost as terrible.as, war. I service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior Spraying Marhifies and _

in the number of acres under it was looked upon as vast expanse. ample time to care for home gardens, In England conditions f Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 STABHEFU
little ;
;. cultivation,' consequently there has of swamp and poor lands, the real thus reducing the "high cost of livmg" better than on the Continent.are In''f P. 1d. Senior Epworth League, +
.
r been no. proportionate increase in the home of alligators,yjnakes, deadly insects very perceptibly, besides making the .matter of food supply her condi ,+ Sunday' 7:15 .P. M. Visitors I
home ,
cordially invited to attend. 4fff
,' mount of feed stuffs. and the Seminole Indian. Whenwe able. places more attractive and valu tion is worse than that of Continental -' f COFFINS, CAS)

The greater number of ',the immigrants intimate:that Florida will ,be the Add to the home garden a few Europe, for it.is stated that she H 111.11111111111.f+ + And rUI or 4z
bushes 'Pf'
,' S "coming 'to this country from spot where the people from the North rose and other flowers, and never has more than a.month's .,Uadertiken' '- f.

foreign countries become consumers ra will look for, homes, we are simply additional beauty and value is given ply of meat and ,cereals. Being sup-"a %

instead of producers. ,'They settle in saying that which is fast proving toof t he home., Comparatively few even nation of shopkeepers"' it would be H. C. RICHARD -Always' the.on hand.: The"vice

er near..the .large cities and become be true. the fruit growers have a home Impossible.for her to at lowest pricei."vattention

wage earners. There is and has been Never in the history of home building food garden, where the great part of the .extended war without carry replenishing on an Geienl. I lflatlraace {1 1i i, to Telegraphy. <

for some time past a .tendency for our has therebeen, an equal of that fruit can'be grown, comparatively or her food supply. It is to be remembered .r ,Registered=EalDeWITTC
'koine population to move from the i which has taken place and is taking for home consumption, but depend though, that she is so strong .

farm to the cities. In some sections place on the east coastof Florida. on fruits purchased from the :in baWe ships and cruisers of the I represent'none, but 'FIRSTOLA88companies i iI .

.of the United States there are largeBombers' From Jacksonville south to Detroit, grocer. put- up- in Baltimore or other :first class that she chould be able (i fwill be On I JStttcebotto
'of,farms that have been the most marveU us, changes being cines. I he home garden and the to protect her grain and food' ---- constantly theBiers C.G fnioptaStirfle .-

abandoned, thus.decreasing the ere te- brought .about by capitalists and developers. larder well filled with canned vege riers and save the French from.fam car-- I to promote your interests., .Guarantee '.:>..jE. ':;1:,'

used to produce' food tables and fruits would materially re- courteous treatment to all patrons.A l _
lf.formerly ,. I ; wr''=
staff T ,. Lands that eighteen years' ago were duce the high coat of living.The ine.In' the great war now in progressthe well written policy by,a fintalast -

The price of farm lands in some of r thougtit to be worthless have proven whole"East Coast is lined with angle of destruction will shave'a 'agent&;' u. r' bkJuI'oOmPm1?;sometimes

,,, the old settled States baa' advanced I to be lands that produced more profits 'developers.. Great tracts of mag free hand. Railroads will be torn" means much in'case of loss by flrt

U s point which makes farming un- in the culture of winter aegeta nificent lands are being opened up, up, bridges _will be 'dynamited 'and : '

profitable, To illustrate: Last win bles than any lands in the United drained and made fit for use. In this the torch will be applied to Cities.The .,I.: fc RICHARD .-i., Stole; hi i

.' ter we met a prominent farmer and I States; lands' that were supposed to connection we might with profit men .natural resources' of .every na-j --

..banker from Iowa. He owns severalfarms be actually worthless so far as growing tion the vast improvements being tion involved'will be taxed'to .the j!"Ma1JagC lls"" FearPtaaipdon I 1

which he rents 'out and these i citrus fruits have proven to be made by the St. Johns Development limit., When ,the :.war .is" over there ; .. t 'e-:. c'
under proper management the of all citrus Company, the Indian River Na16$ faptqpandapedaOy
broad acres that cream growing lands. Land I will be a ,bigger demand r,' all:
should be producing a good in the State. Take for .!instance the Company, Titusville Fruit and Farm classes of American than has(for MALARIA or CHILLS A FEVER.
.
experts
Lands i Five or dz dote will break toy caw, and
t income on the amount of money invested county of Dade. Eighteen years ago Company, Miami.....Eyelglade ever' been know When thewarisj i[ if taken then at.a tonic the Fever will act
d do not even pay the interest there was not a single citrus grove in tevelopment Company (Gardens vet the 'wholesale :;destruction, 'will_-return,fit acta oa.the ETCT,.btiter.thu ;; aess'Aboelatoes

charges,'to say nothing aboutmaking the bounds of the county, now this ), Fulford Tatum Brothers be partly repaired, regardlesVof what Calomel. "" ..i.\sad. .doe...:-' lOt;" gtipeotsicireo.bt,,''< .'" ",*," ".< -,.>J.I foie t i,ea e .t Jle ,

i their, owner' a. smallmargin county is alone producing one-third of Investment Company, Palm, Beach the.resultmay. :be:insofar\as"world '''.., -. "p ,- L '-'. --. >P.a heia dte8
Ytia'1Veed i
Farm
interest on the mon all the grapefruit in the State Lands Company and Oeaecal Toaic.
the actual grown numerous
over politics I is: coi ce ncd-Pensacola: .. ". J," ;; >" 'iJ Y.,
_. These farms' were largely acquired of Florida, and hundreds upon(hundreds other dependable companies;who will NeW .' A. ., 'i:. '.,,; t :,.,,; i: ;;1. 'l't"'f'.' '
"'# be,, glad to {- 'JI..., ,' ..,.. ""1;. iThe OM SUadard=Grroie's'TMk4It ;;tIYf; 1, j i,1
much give -
farm lands were of acres are being planted the readers of the -' W
; when year-: k ,- -:! ) /Toek:..is equally v.vahiabk: as'a Ceewpa&ea.
cheaper than at the present time. ly in grapefruit alone. The county also Farmer and Homeseeket'informationregarding '..lREULTS. ,' ;; ;, ,. "..It.itVv -> Geaeral.;Tonic-,becanse it contains tte
he said "good how to reduce ... '"., "", > ->'k, !:i.f' .. "! :r.r. flkoowntonkpropertfcofQUININBtBd
"A few years ago, produces more winter vegetables the high cost .. .L"f. ..l\, w .-. .rll lia9T lro>aetr'RS
DON'. It..ou tile Urir Drives
an five counties of, living.-E. V., Black] : Tltere L' estfe.: ... (Diear nark
be
farm lands could purchased than any in the State. : ; Miami, : !' .. cat Malaria,' .riches tte Blood;and Bsarg
'' 'i'.a;.;." t ; .
htm $30 to $50 per-'acre' and.now, Eighteen years I ago there were not FI&, in Florida' Farmer and' :; Home-i t.1 f : l." ."" 'fl.,.a" .... ,, ;;'-1S"P f/. ,:; <" ." ._..". ,tlitW.,..... _>.fole. ..'. SOotesel
seeker. "" ? : o' r 'o "oA"> '""'" "
they are worth from $100 to $110 peraer8 more than a dozen cattle iu the coun- \... t1" ::"'t' ,;%
and in some instances "$200 peracre ty, now they are numbered by th r.'AI "" a e'J> l R eu1.R' \hi tela 1f1ff'it. bl (

has been paid. hundreds .and new herds of'the ..bestbreeds S ;I 0th-FOES; :_ :4.-All .t..LLo...,. .-. ',gored'." .

Not so i many years ago the late of cattle are being brought in. Neither? ,Germany,;Great'Britain L
p Horace Greely said, "Young ,man Where it was one,continuous .wilder France pays; ?mtrehtttteritl: ; ;:::-tA4 We nor t. .". < .... ,. ,, .... : 0
.
eje West," and this slogan was:.takenop ness, an unbroken forest; eighteenth Osier theory ,- I- What.. M ,awof cap. be._a.'t .. .
whenJtepmjto"j&ei&ing :
throughout the length and breadof years ago are now ,thrifty cities;villages commandertf-uH 4 lef Ov.i.. If ,..; ,7JL; _
ifoftheJr'axmies. ;'. ;,_ ; a1N;
three
I the land and its echo was heard in ,and hamlets and the .corn try .Gen.Joffre"'who'!i' "' years 410:I waa
rt lands and thousands upon districts '.are now thickly settled : :!, at-.the,.head, > .. "...irt .. aircl poi SICK
foreign aftherireitFrrnofoeqc. ..... '
i thousands responded to the call ,At 'neighborhoods.',Detroitlocateds" .;,at &;t0.smi*jf G, ,' ; ami-.. ,, ityearVoW I _II'. rlM' !dtievwlepldcleYfdly; :
:.f.\ .. ll
nat e1Dpire oflands the jumping-off has .t. l
that time there was a : place, several tit: and his -'
the:government, and hundred permazi 1fftaidenti h'Home ankeoewy, ), tlqfl.'w.0dI: .h..
owned by ; ;; elmuth =
.. vo MoHta ;tI.r.: The Is*: :.
tl
ti Uncle Sam gave to"'every'man who stead, with:its-.nearly one: tir.. ...__' 'L.- .. ....... _" ";.', #. "r "..-;<<* p' .fDean's :ttj ti 4 f !'1 .
M .
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desired ita:: ;hundred and sixty ,acre ..PoPahtion;:.)liodel4riexfMa; ; %iJti. f hh'Initi" : 1zadc4eilialdaieiftrAu1NT ta sLJaie ,fat HeslrT
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wBMMlHflBlft.
I ar
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the bulk'of government '. + 1..tLH. v...........' :: ,, .
great gre'POP Itlbsdi -
'farm. Today, ; > >-&}/; r ", 'L' k li4NMtn csyiflsrea.ptra3 CAa1 EToEs,
lands has been; taken up, the Point: peter }i .r. ; .r i7Srl. : sassz f
as.c
great'West has become an. empire in Grove,':!U; .., .... ., k ? ftteds, aad thfe c

,itM1f.;witb'Xixh 'dt i. fowna'and." villages.thejthighprke bounVU,=aU;Wntii ef. .J' ",.j.,.. k' _' ...,.,..'.., ; rayerturrs ;; pLoq'etLwa 4.
'had'lpngfnnIIlber '" "" > .' ; .. .
of, ;: .
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must look to ithir partf,es IIM;k: .
.the United; Stitea'fo">s M 1 iIIifa z -S S ..... ,---IIt.... c. r:>loottr-Tunas
o sL. 'The r .S tl .. err... *mviowa'lt

.1 tbeenio'loag::ueegllet; : ": : I ... :tloie
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tog,idle ,"and tear,es1e.: f.. .:l." :: ">
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..,,."t>,'_',"'"';,:-VJ'jir x\ :-t. fSSSSSSSSSSSSSS SSSSHe ORDERYOIIRBOTTLEDIEERFROIll. $ :f:: '

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j "".' ';:'l1 ::( :.:Happening) All. Over Florida, i HiCStrU m'F J, ,x, a OLD;HEIDELBERG. ,;-,lIa ,

." -- .' .bark Bottles ,, 4
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ft fTol-- By Our. Exchanges A genuine old style German beer;that is a rv- J'pleasure

,1: (t-.} .. to drink. Made from pure malt and'' .. .
hops only. Extra fine quality' and'.the best ; ,

id'pound' watermelon jump aboard the launch, where a tow .'M't, : < i!<;< ; 'f-'" ; -
via* aid to have ing match took place which led him fF'kt't! : dozen _...__._-_-.___...:___$LOO .

by- &"IB pounder raised'allover the bay. The Jew fish is nota r \ !0 J11ti 1k: 3 dozen _.:.__________.__-.-_:$ .'l5 .

'lN! n.-SL' Augus- Jreat'ampper, but makes a'fine ;Y; :''ff..I h 'r.<.;fVY-i: 10 dozen. cask ________: ..____..-$8.00 _
marine dray horse, and a joy ride at :.tt 1ilif f. l BLUE GRAss: ; iI }

I the tail of, a seven foot Jew fish is A high grade bottled beer-that always gives I! '
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,' twelve pounds and some,sensation.', :Brought to Vickers Y ,! \'rAWAt' satisfaction and a favorite amongst those who 3 L.

fjjglie Containing thirteen dock photographs,were taken and the want an ,extra'pale"beer. Tryit _- :

being ehibitedof tale unfoldeA-Sarasota Sun. 1 dozen __________________$1.00 "
etater are r
.I UY ysl. 3 dozen ____ __ $ .65
the Mutual Realty : ------------ ---
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;:: The limes are from T. W.,Powers is carrying his:arm __ i l 10 dozen cask .___-:-__________$7.59 .

)tort Myers Press. in a sling as a result of a calcium car- BURNER'S SPECIAL.

bide explosion which occurred at the Xv' '.h.hh I vf A good'extra pale beer'that is worth more !

'A Bian1-weighing ninetysevenEsSSfpwn8 generating plant in the rear of the 4 Y.S DEER .r 'than the price asked. We do a big business f .

fa being exhibited store Tuesday night. Tony had gone on this brand and you will find it the best, on '

t etbe .window.of the De- one to the generator to examine it in the' market for the price. ,

This 1 dozen ________ __$ -40 ;.
Stores Company. order to find out the cause of the --------------

,,,vai grown on the flat woods lights not burning. In making an inspection t+ 5 :dozen -------------------.:.---$445 : '

I al the camp of this company he removed the cap from the 5t v 10 dozen' cask ___________,______'_7.00 .

Regard.Nfof generator and struck a'match to en- All prices F. 0. B. Jacksonville- Florida. When yon order,' statewhether ." )

found able him to find the cause of the trou to ship by Freight or Express. When you order bottle beer :
petrified wood was ble. In an instant the carbide be- j I shipped by Express they will return empty,bottles' free of charge 1

r .tLawrence estate in Dade came ignited and severely burned him ". 'T Y'+r Send them to us and we will allow you 15 cents a dozen. Quiekest' ==
lietttiy and is being exhibited "h..x'. % .Shippers in the Business. ;Try Us. :
,VIt is bout eighteen inches about the left arm. Dr. Strickland ; ,,, Write, for our big price list on all leading brands of wines and i
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called and dressed the wound ji'7
'end resembles,pine wood. A was "+G sfd v r a ,. ,+ ;<,? y. + whiskey. ,
: + <'s'G..c r3a
which although quite painful, is not e .e: : .x+ +:x : "
an axe or other in- We handle the following brands of HALT HEAD. { .
tislaws considered serious.-Macclenny Tim s. beers The most popular beer the
the petrification is of near HALTINA: near on. j
t -
'dq, a There are at least 100 crops that Photo by American Press Association Leu than 1-2 .f ins per cent' market Less, than 2 per .cent: and i' s ?
A refreshing non-intoxieatiBff drink complies with an'.the laws. Just the i
of can be raised at a profit in this state, German that can be sold any where without a r #:s
-the JJ-year old daughter Artillerymen at PracticeFor thing for the hot "
and all of them can add to the wealth, license. _A good home 'drink and a summer days. A I
r
_Jcowmissioner Frank P. Wil- money maker for the cold drink'pure., wholesome drink.
and the years the German kaiser, the war lord of Europe, has been the '
getting
%Jacksonville, experienced aleuiots" prosperity happiness peo.' elandsdawn 1 ,dozes ._._.ILII '
German army to the $1.11
up highest point of
efficiency. The have been
instant death pleof the state. For instance, we troops i dozen 'U5 dozen ,- ;US \ l
from I
escape constantly drilling and meneuvenng Here are shown artillerymen at target ,II doze cask -11M II 'delta cuk < .
could not only raise all we need for -$7.5$
when the little miss I I practice. The man elevated Is
RVjjghti ago keeping score. ,These men will now have a -
"'t fajher,sleep from her bed feeding and fattening cattle and hogs, chuace to 'exercise their skid It human targets. HURNER ,BROTHERS : 'f (
but we could raise as well all the poultry I II
second floorliy
t wteoW on,the, we consume, and millions of dol I P. O. Box 793 254-256 Riverside Ave., Jacksomrille: Fla. I
and fell to thepatient
>residence< severely lar's worth to, ship to other states. necessary to postpone the fight They the woods of Volusia county ,for 36 ,

,She was We could multiply'our cattle and high are now in good shape and they will years, from Maytown to'Barberville, .' I! : .
hurti
i .*'not*' seriously, production by several figures and supply have the fight before they get in a and from the swamps of the Halifax

*H has more than 5,000 manu- not only our own needs but could blind condition again. This fight, as to the St. Johns, has never seen yeta

"istabnshments of'all kinds supply beef and, pork'for millions of will'be remembered, is to test out the live rattlesnake in the woods. do not like

j'total investment of capital of people outside the state.. Jacksonville fighting ability of the King and blacksnakes I DeLand News. YOU to.sign\a bond ;

,75,00_). In, these estab- Metropolis. when matched with a rattle F .

4 d*ti. nearly 90,000 people are em- snake. It is generally stated and believed Between two and three years ago, so do not ask your mend.Come .,

, t It a total/wage of $42,000,000. Pleasant A.,Holt has gone to Virginia that a king or black snake can stock was sold in DeLand by the Merchants '

AV f M great' lines?of industry to ,manage the anti-statewide lick a rattler, but it is not known Grocery Company of Jacksonville to us. Rates low. ,We sign all '

: M 1o/widely ]known that one prohibition campaign, for the liquor whether or not a try-out has ever been with the promise of opening a .' J u4

f not,have;been impressed by the interests. Holt made a reputation as made, and this is what Mr. Kinsel branch wholesale house in DeLand. kinds criminal ,- ;; '

-4 feat .manufacturing surpasses a fighter against prohibition Florida and Dr. Stone propose to do-make a The stock was, readily sold and a except, '

rinberof older states.-Industrial ,' and it is presumed that he will try-out. of it. Punta Gorda Herald. branch opened ,and placed in chargeof 'J

have no trouble getting 'all.the'work / Mr. L. M. Duncan. Apparentlythe /: R, Davis &' Co., Insurance :.

r- he cares to undertake in the future of ,W. T. Hansell, one of the prominent business was being run success

L JIHnff, who lives over in the '''this kind. Toe liquor'interests are fishermen of the Rosalie: district, spent fully, as good dividends were paid. In Stare, FloridaBradford -i"

5 addition/ is, exhibiting the looking .for good, men to combat the Monday in town, and stated to a Jour- February, 1914, a,dividend of 17 per

; cantaloupe we have ever seen. rising tide of prohibtion, and good nal representative that while fishingin cent was declared-and people who

t is tweaty-nine inches in circumf er- of Lake had stock fell each other
men are scarce. Hearing Holt's Hatchneha last week he pulledout bought over

l,,aadf with the seeds removed, latest engagement, an Orlando pastor of the water about six feet of the to get more of it, for the Jacksonville. ,

'a pine pounds. Mr. Huff is also made him,the subject of special pray end of an old Indian cypress dugout, factors to manage for them. Last >r

reset potatoes this week. Hei ers last Sunday morning' Now won't which had become waterlogged. On week- a bomb was exploded in the County

i that he has .half'a carload of some one pray for John Trice.-Palat- being exposed to the rays of the sun camp., News came that the company : r

k pes similar' to the one on ex- ka News. this relic disintegrated into fragments was closing its branches, and since t

W and he contends, as do we, which shows that the canoe must have then the DeLand branch is being closed ,, >
tert the only;requisite for sucLtnck Ott Carver of Welborn is
near been sunk in this spot many years out Mr. Duncan,left the employof Abstract Company
farming here are lots of doubtless the champion bunter
opossum
in the "
ago. Mr., Hansell believes that the\ the ,company early spring. ,.
p- and a little intelligence. of Suwannee county. Ott has spent remaining portion of the canoe is still DeLand stockholders (said to be about A complete record, .of Bradford County lands

lit.: .Gty Pilot parts summer of a good many nights duringthe sunk in the bed of the lake. When I $12,000worth of' 'em here) are not Land Titles Real Estate Investmen..

fcfK,Hardy,of Overstreet, Fie,, up the hills and following hound over questioned as to*the probable age of satisfied with the closing of their I
through the valleys in
\>y.brought'to Mfflville last this fragment he said that it might be ':branch. They can't understand why a
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search of Mr. Possum and he has had
j fospkia that is "some pump- over one hundred years old. It is a company paying 17 percent is justified '.
remarkable Success.
*,';;lt tips the beam at eighty During the summer known fact that during the early Sem- in closing out upon the claim of 'Oar'lIc1a Cleek RQI riII .-
has
S. he captured two hundred and ,
lack of A meet.
laid measures five feet and six inole wars the Indians were in the hard times or capital.

l' ?circumference, and is fif- fifty, of the beasts, all of which are habit ,of sinking'their dugouts when ing of the stockholders is being held Will more Estimates than pleabegoo given 4 _
now roaming the woods with his markin "
IlrMt kjh., It is said to be one closely pressed by the enemy in order in Jacksonville, at which time'action ckeerfolly. Prompt earvice. _
their "
iiaifMt ever seen in this section ears, and any one, caught to avoid their capture. Kissimmee may be taken to satisfy the DeLand .'
rustling Ott's 'possums will be dealt We Pay Parcel Port
I if exhibition at the people,who placed their money in the .
wv to store with Journal ,..., CharfM Os. Way ,
%GIimn.Amerian Lumber Co, according to law. They are his'posaams.and hands'of strangers ,to manage for .JSWRIAY.: DIAMONDS -
I
: he intends to round '
i k attracting quite a deal of Heavy movement'' of limes at the them.-DeLand News. flOVELTlES '

1illrille correspondencetvplan them up once a year, and'mark the rate of 200 barrels per week is now .... ,R. J. RILES }

111E adtrs JocrnaLjli young the markets.ones and Live kill Oak the fat ones for on, and although the prices receivedare Not' So Strange After AIL aae9urWe,:51. fWHERE

= DemocratThe not high, the supply of limes from You may think it strange that so
which has been ma- ",
United States Census Bureau Dominica is diminishing and the quality many people are cured of stomach '

1$TlMfciiikf General Burleson has just made public its estimates of.the key limes improving,so that trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. SHALL I GO TO SCHOOL? '" I'

may play soon an imf You would not, however, if 'I ,
jinn in the delivery of mall tom the population of Florida's leading cities a steady advance of quotations l.i trial you FuiUa state Cwctt F.r ...... TiHrtimt, UalvtrcUyefFl.rlda.Galn.svin*.I t Y. .
l Attrfets of Florida oth- July 1, of this year. The estimates expected. The big lime movement is should give them' a They College of arts and science normal school, 8 colleges and.divisions liberal arts, ta., t
and school of mask, school of expression, school of
strengthen and invigorate the stomach
"* bhas.the road conditions show a remarkable growth in just beginning, according to W. E. art extension division graduate school. Modern I engineering agriculture, teachers college 'ex
all instances since and it is I I. Shenk who transports large numbers and enable it to perform its func- Tonuiimn with swimming pool basket periment station extension division; graduate
1910 .,
:It it proposed to increase I' tions naturally. Mrs.. Rosie Rish tU and tennis courts new and modem I school tea new brick buildings, besides gymnasium .
safe to that of limes from the keys to Miami each buildings beautiful amps, dormitories haw
next four
say lathe .
knt* ,
of years
the standard rural swimming pool and subsidiary
de- Wabash, Ind., writes:MNothing did me all modem conveniences, new dining room BUT f r ;
INH rid to raise the to will show greater increases in popula-I I week on his chartered boat, the Tallahassee. and kitchen most hntenie in Florida. 418 buildings (1 of cam. Instructors and cola! stanta.
salary tion. The estimates The extraordinarilylate the least good until I began using young women from 4> counties and 12 states SS4 young men from 47 Florida eons it .
'yw. which, it is believed, are as follows: I I crop Chamberlain's Tablets. It is decidedly suet _loa. Tuition free in allege and normal tie and 24 state and foreign countries last \ '
W Jacksonville 70,173 this year, he says, and until the schooL Board and entrance fees for the session. Tuition free, board and entrant t
fJBd ot to the ----------------
justify car. the best medicine for stomach year 1124.00.' For catalogue write Edward fees fl&SO per year. Write to day for cat
thus and maintains ma- Key West ____ ------------- 21,150 I present time the quality has been poor I I trouble I have used." For sale Cenradi. ..... I alogae A. A. Mupkee President.

& Pensacola. ---____________ 25,2121 owing to the lack of rain earlier in ever r
all dealers.
Tampa ---__________________ 49,1561 the season. The rains of the last by Poincare in a message to the senate

Wst hunting a few'days ago West Tampa ----____________ 101'121 month, however, have made a radical and chamber of deputies.) Wi1Anwi ';
WHAT RULERS SAY. -
4112 at MelfaUa came upon a.tnt The population of these cities by I I change in the quality of the limes, according "We believe unshakably that all Y
I I "I have confidence that the British
.. I I fleet will revive the old glories of the '
I ut bottom. *
This is the largest Jacksonville, 57,699; Key West, now be accepted in northern markets and devotion for the defense of
IK ta bad 19'-j 1 I navy. I am sure the navy will again I NEWlHTERNAnONSLBrerr
that has been heard of 945 Pensacola with Dominica There
; 22,983; Tampa,- on a par crops. Russian soil; that international discord :
shield Britain in this hour of trialIt
ajim.y The tree, unlike most 782; West Tampa, 8,258. has been a heavy crop of limes in ; I will be forgoten in this threatening 11I_W .sia
will the bulwork of the em- I
r /"epee up like a pine, andggjj Dominica, and shipments of 5,000 bar- prove hour; that unity of the emperor day la roar talk and readfnjr, at -
1st ,pat towering above Beverly Baker and his little son, rels each week have been made to pire. (King George, of England, in .with his people will become still and bone school on the street likely car fat the office the shop '
you Question aeaninfof -
Ktaf tees In' the swamp a mile Beverly, Jr., was over from Campbell- New York, and then distributed from a message to his fleet) more close and that Russia rising like j torn MW w rcr. A friend asks:. -'
lil* ton yesterday where Mr. Baker "The present situation arose not What III mortar hardenr Yon seek
y young had kodak is
men a this point over the eastern part of the I one man will repulse the insolent, attack tile Iocatioa of IMAKortile eproaui "
1* *stored'a>good picture of farming this year.. He tells us he has United States.-Miami Metropolis.Jack from temporary conflicts of interestor datioB of Jfjmtm. What to mUU -JfIWs -
Nicholasin
of the enemy.Czar New Creation answers all kinds of
*
>& an eighty-acre crop of peanuts and diplomatic combinations, but is onestions la lanpjstft.Histary.Biofraphy.'

expects to'gather 70 bushels per'acre. Hollomon killed the granddaddy the result of ill will existing for years : ,a manifesto issued in St. Petersburg. Ftetioa.Forein,mttSliul words.ntlurUf Trades, Arts,awSciences.
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heeds the list of Florida He has a patent digger and thrasherand of all rattlesnakes last week. against the strength and prosperityof ) I 400. OOWonta.MOOIOMtratloa. < ,

it comes to industries out will be able to gather at the rate I I He was working in the woods nearJ. the German' empire. In enforced i *. ,
'I.bey. THE TWENTY YEAR TEST = c..t 1400.000.
That city has the of ten acres a day. Mr. Baker was* E. J. Marsh's place, when his little self defense, with clear conscienceand s 2700.... .
ilsfi of being one of four cities in bunch of hands we the sword "Some twenty years,ago I usedChamberlain's
raised in Marianna but moved out dog treed something a clean grasp ; Tbeonlydktiosarywbth1W ;: -

1hikd.statea that has a "tur- west several years ago. ,The first of weeds. Hollomon's mouth watered for Let us confide ourselves to the everlasting I ColicCholera" and Diar a E thsawdbddsdp.D-chin cteriied UGenius. "Stroke of 'i ,

_' No, .they dont manes the year he decided to'return to his 'possum, but at the same time he approached Almighty, who will strengthen :rhoea Remedy, writes Gee W. !i ." fi :
Brock Pub.. of the Enterprise, Ab- .hriitlae
there, but they do cans native the He founda defense and conduct it to ,
country and try,his luck on the place carefully. our a good On thin opaque, strong 'kn
.of reptiles into soup and farm. This peanut crop is an exper- large rattlesnake coiled, and killedit end."-(Emperor William in a speech I Since then no one can sell'me anythingsaid India paper.What a seta ; 3a
/a ctioatoownheMwri.asE
to be 'jusl as"good.. During aQ
Ylerts of the United States with In the'snake 'the of the German Webster form t
iment with him and should it a a pole. killing at opening parliament a so light
_. oft-ahell prove these years I have nsed it and recom- i and to convenient to wet 1 i
turtle is
used suCcess ,he will go ,into 'it on, a big it bit itself after he had wounded it, ) Ii OoehalftbethicuaDd."eiptot
mended it times and has never
about twenty pounds scale next year. In addition--to his and for this reason Hollomon was afraid "I have called together the two many a Regular Edition.On -. .. ;,
For sale alllealers. ... '
by UIIIII
I disappointed anyone" ii 1a.
recently an old-timer that peanuts he is putting in twenty acres to skin it He cut off the rat- houses of parliament so that they mayI @ strong book !eptt Wt Fi441bs.

to pounds was canned. One of sweet potatoes.-Marianna Times- ties, there being 17 in the string. He, support the government'in declaring I ,. 1- inches.. "Sin $u'h I ,i kws9w.

industry is located in Mex- Union. says the snake must have been 5 or 6 that we will maintain untarnished the How To dive' Quinine To Ckildrea.PBEaATNEbtlkerademnetsamee Wttt.hr'THE .. '
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Sec; : o SpRga Truth._ feet long, as large,around as his leg sacred patriotism of our fathers. *to an -I .......
The snake fight, which A. J. :Kinsel proved Quinine. itisaTasteleMSjmp.pleM'ant yUO.a1M
and would have filled a half bushel "Long live independent Belgium.
y last Russell Thompson and Dr. Stone to take and does not dia. n the stomach. -.1ft
panions after were preparing to pull measure. Dozens of rattlers are killed (King Albert, of Belgium, in'a speech Children take it and never know it II Quinine. I II.laQad.... :
a two hour off here last winter will Also especiaUr adapted to adults who canaot .... I
ended a 329 Jew soon be an in the woods by turpentine laborers to the Belgium parliament") take ordinary Quinine. Does ant BauMate nor
pound fish.
I s..Co
event of an early date cause nerwmsness nor ringing in the kead Try
so informed
was harpooned on the we are I who go in gangs and cover every i "France is vigilant as well as peacefuL It the next time yon need Qtuoiae lor any purKIM. g I[ 1WI gja
the .
rat' Shell Beach by former. When the section of the woods. Hunters very She was ready and our coveringtroops Auk for I-cwnce original vcckage. The. c0.
Russell snakes began to I i JIIIIIiII'EUJLlNB is blown la botttecxnu
In tttting him well put on winter garbs seldom run across a rattier in the will allow mobilization to be I .. .. I
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hung before i
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they.. became blind, and it was woods. The writer, who has roamed I methodically carried out" President Read:the Telegraph $1.50 a year.
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I }; \: :!I':' '\ ,".9'''>'''' ,io.- -. f_. .- ..... ... "if CO :. r,"i-fJL'W1.' erroneous tax paUj-...a.l.oo' 8' B.i:;Denmark't,, do'.:''"-...:. >..

j i tJi. ix "'aR "' j overcharged by gca fwd:..;' 112.90 I I r; ]I. ';Wi1UaiU;!COI : __ ,- .,*(}.12.00, I lie.I >E.; Edeofield.'twttiia ..

oweiwrecd. tv .._ sad, ,fcrUw ,i \C,',Green'do, ,*.* ".*: ,_"t. %."'I. Minnie.-Johns.*\do: :t., ..
: ; --r.+' (l If..P. Edenfldd .
1..V. S. ..7 85.48 Ww F borer do,..... *.<_.
: .f T--.. .... '12.00 EaaEdenBeld'da [" ,
rp1Ii'I; : : overcharged by building fend MS. r.'.N.;Andrews, com as treaa .... ft\ (.431 I I I Gea' A. < :
:overcharged by antaad for Gardiaer"Cue'D.
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H. E.
., : ,Lagergres. ,engineer aiiiI.hoI,1' 3. a
fund : : L23 I hire [ Denmark.%'T"to. -'"
overcharged by pedal ached : : : : ... %9.00 A, Gardiner,
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aae.Leik
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'i..!.. .,, __ 4... : _.*_14 ;Total' 'J ; Denmark, do '
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'{4'' \ Wo' ," .," ", 1t .I. T MANY; overcharged by bond tax.-;, '110 Bride' ., J. a'Dowl-nfc, d e case

': ':-' ;.j. j. .' ,'..>,; ..... ,..'..". ', ',. .. overcharged,..,, ..by 'general, shod :: C. R, Clemens 861 yards Fan*of, .ditching25.58. : :l.1t.?.1L, ;'BJld. J p case Jokasis
i .r. -" .7 : 4s.it T: Jr d Bred J p tsw'.1a>
( \ Dekte. '43 -.
stumps .. ta
.9m' :
: : : More that r 15.05, F. It. Byrd. J do ;" _
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'warrants be p
,, drawn
< : against Harrison ft Deese
.'l ,: ;. > hauling Ibr and bldg '
J. a
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Pohng,
."'"'. -\ S-- ,., .r .. .Regular, Co--.n4cntJ.' 11 X'i several :'funds 'to' which said ,a..I I.G.bridge W. Whitemqre r -, ,-self'! .L ., -' 86.20 :X, Ma\:: :Brash,d-.witnesT a do:'. -
and mule
:$> : < .. } ,. :, .. ::: -. : ots have. been appropriated, pay-Tom Jonas, gen road"work ..,',.,on...,road.......; %21.00 1.00 Nathan Ramie Varnes Varnes, do'.7, ..,,..-.
., .. ..... .... '.' ; Thomas do'_- ._._:._.,_ __" doe. ,
'- 10.50
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to W. H.
: ":: --r the order of said bank. IH. ]H. -... Nickels do' < ,;
Harris, do .. .,.._ ._...
ark ; 'UO ..
T. O. '
rP ;: -,.; '; -\t ,I' ORE BDTLEB.' i I el reh., On the second Sunday in At 10 it further resolved that,'whereas I Arthur Harris, do __'______..______? 1.87 .. I_!, Fowler Varees., Juror do.r "_. "> ;<"<:'-'f ""
I, ., | H. ft B. Varnes. do, .._____ .
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2.00 t !. ,. _
." .. ;<'- '....:..' -fOur0' is beginning to be of'someusetons. September ReC., W Crooke,.of the ust 3rd,' by.reason' of,said overcharge' Henry: Dowling, repair on bridge L25 \J.a Denmark MJnshew., do .::,' _'_
release
.,:;; -' 4'-'" / ,: '" t there 'to. said bank for its -4 l1 A. Roberts, S days imp road _...: 12.00'S., Tout
: a
will pro Denmark,
", : : .' Dekle street'has,been ,extended Anti-Saloon League: : occupy by -., T. J. .Moore gen-rad work -,:...-. 6.62}A. J.' Griffis! ease Henrr.
: ;,; J" ,';:*,. 'to tbe.'waterl''an: 'd'the', t pulpit in the same church. part of said amounts as I J' H. Griffis, do ._._._.,,:.,, -_- 6.001 witness. T..nDabr"lioberaond1 .: -;
; .- '." :Sid Gr-ffis. do _,1.. ."._........ -
.>", ," .. ...; 'DOW,a good'walk;..t o the lake ,A : Mr ,Harry Logan, is' up' and out, utes of by statements.hereto, attach eel If. ..' H. Griffis. do T..................:.'U5 1.50 i Barrier- Turner Jones, dosk "_ .;'
do
Lt ,, .- dock and a pagoda have been' planned I having entirely recovered from hisattack ed.' The and that a copy.of this-resole'-j J jKd Walter Futeh.Sspp 33 do -..-- :___?__, 6.00. 3, B. Denmark release; HoSl-
stumps out road____ 8.5.
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:. .' at the end of this street).also a,drive- of mumps. Little MissWillie last be forwarded to the proper au-' Henry Thornton, 120 stumps out road 80.00 ('.eo.dct:' Gardiner-._. -- Jim, '__; '

: also- clear of thesame for his consid ration., T. B. Rosier gen road work ..:.:. .. 3.50 S. a ease, >. ,
has -
4 Denmark
A Mae Johnson got ;: iff
': ', i. ,way from there to Lake street as J. I*. Stalsby, do -' ,- \ '
: ; t 19.00 w: T.
s : .*! complaint. As' far as we can of W. T. Weeks clerk cir C. B. Cason.,,repairs grader Weeks cost e4ct __
f / ': C ";.considerable. amount in subscriptions I The road plow __ on and J,.a Cowhng d a case Jobs 1

: '. ,' 'has been received forth.i.s" purpose. See Lake Butler .has a clean bill of road, court'for fees collected by him i W; E. Yarborough, gen road work _. 0.00 t\J5 1..eo.a A..Denmark Gardiner, cue' Lea, j '

I health.. candidates before elec J. C. Yarborough do .. .. .._._.,_ do .
; The.worl? on the canal is progres tition as primary 3.P; Yarfaorongh. do '_I 6.25. W.: .T. .Weeks, cost et.ct

.. sing.' The':' cutting is within a .few The Pentacostal people finished the comer held in June '2nd, 1914,.as pro h'E. Yarborough do' ; ., ._,' 6.00 5.00 'Ceo.3. a.A.Denmark.Gardiner.cost ct ef ,

: I at their church1 by law chapter Here McNeal. do _..._-..._ ... &.00 cue'Ioot" ". J,
'yards ,ofthe, lake. .This has necessi; protracted meeting on S. 6470 setcions; Henry Raulerson ,do 6 1 :-a Denmark do __ '<
: 5.00 .
0
', tated the'construction of a new bridge Sunday.night ,During the two-weeks Raiford 24, Acts'1913.- 'Obis'.m Ranlerson do '_......_....., .,_., ,.: .&.00 Lawrence a Svnt Jones,witness, do -

-on Main street beyond the I Atlantic of their stay here: they had fairly Byrd's fees, received from the" W. W.Moody Baisden, do, for- money release_.. conviet :- UO M-rsell 3. J. Valentine do., .
Bowens do :
y Coast Line track. The canal will make good congregations. -------_.---__$538.50} R. A. Hawland 3.15 V, T. Weeks, cost 3
ct ct
: Moore ft Boot
and Snbky. .. ]
gen road work _____, 2.00 .
other to coun y;treasurer tak E.. B. Andrew fon .- v
: possible several improvements do ------- 23.55 I3. :
thence Thos. Boykin. do ,.......... t B Denmark cost. ct ct i
for .. _. .
: T, :J. Townsend contemplates putting HAMPTON receipt same ._-____ 538.50 Joseph Pitts, do -T- 12.37 1 Fsflhion ''"
Lake ...
: ... 10,00 .
'a :motor'boat' on the lake, and apt 6428 Acts 1913, relating to John Wilkinson do ._.... _._TTT-._.. 12.87 Gen 5. ,a A.Denmark' Gardiner.do case__,1''" .
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Mrs. Donegan and little daughter, J. L. Jfthn ParneU do ____________ 4.50 t
'- several others have the same. purpose ; finances, Section ,2 of said act John Richardson, do Margaret Roberts, witness r
Evelyn, of Waldo were in Hampton terly 2.75 4. W. Minn, juror ..
41' in..view. In the past there ,was no Said line the county commissioners Andrew BameAndrew Gilmore do ..._... ._.._._ 2.60 W. Adams,,do : '''

t place to keep a. boat, the,lake being Monday: clerk of the circuit court to make Math Dixon, do,_do..__.,_,.,-.:----r ,4.12 i_>5 1.T. C.A. Crews, do -
The Misses Middleton and Strick required Epperson do
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surrounded b"a swamp. Lake Butler ;. ..and complete statements 1 E.F.. M.Lennon lumber ..._H.-.J.--. _L-J._ C.56 .., M, Moot*, da .
]land. of Waldo visited here Saturday objections i Rivers road scrape 16.00 ,

7. a Dugger. 'no '_
is teeming with fish, further it is! 1.receipts and disbursements, as- A. E. Surreney. gen road work._ 7.00 Geo.' A.: Gardiner, __
\ last grant C. M. Andrew do ...,.... 87.90 cue'Oaest., ,.
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: funds _
a beautiful, sheet of water, yet there Mr. and Mrs. A. A.' McDonald who seconded xrpaid warrants and all D.W. Hazen. do _..._.t-, f'- 1.60 Martha I a Denmark Sapp witnesa do "

/ was no craft on it but a few old of the county and said re J. A. J. MeKinney, do ?, .n.1TX .75 a ,a Sapp, do
ed the ; J:V.
I' have been In West Florida for several Edwards, do ... 8.87
.;' j !at bottomed We have few I to be filed with the comptroller A. B. Snneney' 2 S Lena Clark. do -
a days
punts.. months; are spending a few days in line of r Henry imp roads_ 8.00 M. J..Sap do -

r- people in town"who, regard a boat as state of Florida on the first S. R Roberts Ellison gen _road_ .work 2363 I C. Crops, do : -
Hampton. lion do ...__....._ 10.65 W. T. Weeks
common property and they scruple not of :January and July of each Sam Croft do -. _--S 10.65 B. Denlnark cert' ct'et". "Olear"S. .. ].
fit ; Our town marshal Mr.. Cameron, J. J. Nettles. do .. ._...... do -
ty.Petition and -- 166.06 _
Gea JL.
\f't- : /\, to break a lock and use the boat, so has been very busy for the past few 1 at such other times as the W. J. Lord dp 1.40 ''VfJlleAndrewa.Gsniiner.ew, do B' ,J.' ..

that when the looking maybe called for and requested Jim Williamson do "Ya20 S. "' ,
p ownerS comes days issuing summons to the able bodied : S. Gil k Hu -- .._-,-, .- ._, %.15 \. T.W,Tomlinson Mattox.' do, do- .

for it, it was gone.: There is going to men of Hampton to and do Norman's comptroller, whereupon it was Spencer do .. 25.00 'G. ]I. Richard do '-..., ".
appear Joe McCarlos ._
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be different state of affairs after that $15 per month be allowed do 22.60 J. a Dowliry d.a do _'_-.'"
a Jim
the MeCarloa. do .
their three days labor on the streets :along 22.60 \. ]I. a Brash .. '
,
f these new improvements are complet of.said,board for "the addi W. S.Croft, imp roads 12.00 Horace witness. -. ... '
\ Perhaps we will get some. better tersect work J. F. Williams. do ................... 10.00 Nathan Varnes Varnes do.y. .-,,. -
do
j \ roads now. :road required by said acts as M.. C., Croft do .,.. 28.75 W. H. Kickels,do'- ,
ed.The
: Lake Butler Land DevelopmentCompany The Woodmen Said line : and auditor of the board of Otis S. G.'Pearce Pearee.do do '. 3.75 H. 0. Varned do .
Circle' Dade City I 3.75 G. A. .Y
J are hopeful for a good commissioners. B. B. Waldron, do 88.00 I Epperson juror '
year :tised H. ,S. Adk
t I Grove, of Tampa were visitors in lllo do
: Lewis Waldron. do ___________ 27.00 I
Jesse Cason __
There are not a few contemplativepurchasers Pauper AU.wanec. C. C. Young do ,do .. -
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Hampton Monday afternoon and :no _. 16.ss W. A. Deck do '
: who intend coming fromtheir Sparkmaa pauper 4.00 Dave Holmes, do -.r-T... 21.75
night They were met at the train on board. Holton, do _.._ .00 Willie Knight do 20.b 0 Marion McD.nieL do .. .
? F. N. Andrews _
t- .- homes In' Alabama, Tennessee, Monday afternoon by the members :road Ann Green do __ Si 00 Arthur Brannen do ........."...._ Yl.0o> W; G. Seals, do' Gea. 'T' -
Wright do V. W. Lord case fimitt'..
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2.60 shop work ____ -4.60 -
other M. Cameron --
Georgia and states to do'
inspect; of the said Ward do : Lonaie Pam, Wen
Hampton Lodge, Fielding :open 6.00 road work. 5.00) M .
Cameron witness
.% :. 1 the land and view the prospects. Grove and escorted :in good Catlin, do 4.00 A. S. Beasley. do 8.75 A. A. Durden, witness -
the hotel. In Conner do _- .__ ._ --. b.00 Luther Waldron. in %Ji0 '
T-\ ; Mnl. Mattie :Jones has passed the evening the visitors were escorted :the Brooks do 2.00 Douglass ft Young stumps etc 12.60 John Ethel! Pal.Smith' do, do .
: Dyess do 4.00 J1 1 E. Benton gen road work .' .
her -- '5
illness lasted ---
Although --
away. for to the lodge hall where they called a where Gliason. do ...... 4.00 J. M. Brownlee. do ,2.6, 0 Mary McGHl!, do

several weeks we had no idea the end special< meeting after which the meet1 1 branch. Parrish. do .00 George Rivers do ____ 8.75 W.3. B.T.Denmark Weeks, cost do et et. "Gea..., -
Higginbotham, do 2.50 Jerry Parks, do
was so near. She toko a turn for the ing was turned over to the visitors 1 build the MeLennon, do ,->. a.00 G. a Tills.. do 28.00 1.60 F. ]I. Bird caw'John 1,>>."Cdbf .',
a
'_ worse on Saturday. August land Griffis, do 4.00 R T. ,Tillis, > -._._. .._..___ 2L25 J.. Dowling d s do .. ,
\ M.
S who in turn went through their regI I county, do '' C. Brash, witness. .
'.00 Eugene F nkr-do ._.,..... .
died at '1SO.the same evening. The"funelaI War unveiling ceremonies. and .. Thomas do .........__........ 4.00 E. Lee, do -- li o a Harnie! vanes, do 'n
The do ..- _,_ ,.._ 0.W. Nathan Varnes do :"
10.00 Woodward do '
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held the J Y1 Y
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I! was on Monday fol Woodmen Lodge members were invited without Griffis, do 24>0 J. A. Coleman, do .................... 2.60 W.' H. Nickels, do -- -
lowing. The Griffis, do .................... G. 1 O. Vanes, do : '
ceremony was conducted to be present and after the The .00 Goodman, doT.- -...._...__ 4.37 r Bradford County Bank refund. _
unveiling H. MeNight. do b..00 H. L. Time; do ____________ '9.00 ,
by the ladies of the Order of the Eastern part of Campbell do ., .... ...__ ". bank Us''::'''- .
ceremones; were treated to -- 2.00 C. Tillis. do .............. _..._ 1.50 Farmers ft Dealers Bank .
,
Star, of which the deceased wasa refreshments of ice Mikesviile Johns do m- &.00 "'. C. Tillis, do ____ 600 191S bank tax _- ., '. ...
cream and cake Lee do .
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4.'.00e Powell Smith
u Co. lumber _.
member, assisted by R V.O.. K. I Objections Oral do ... 4.00 F. N. Andrews 6.00 Bank .of.Lake Butler,, retold, .oa, j
The evening's program was wound tom as treas .. ....-," 10.as tax __'_ '
'' CuIL.The writer was from home up Sisters do 13..00' : T., Dowling lop leads r:..._._ 8.00 John 'Croft. jaror Joh-:P. -
away by the Tampa grove giving an exhibition J presented Varnes, do ......... .4..00' DeWitt C. Jones nails, etc .._. 23.25 ,: .' <
i lohn Murphy, do
daring aU last week. This item, drill with their degree team. J JI for public Children do .- 6.00 Quigley Lumber Co.'gen road work _' 3046 A. C. Strickland: _ado ., h .
MeKnight do '
I. therefore, missed the proper issue oi ;, I It is now up to the ladies'of, the I said p Ann, Rhoden, do ............... b.8.00.00 J.James J. Sontherland Reynolds, release, do of Haley. Allen I2i C.W, F.J. Epperson Rivers, do do_ -.,

do ,,
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the 8.00 convict
Telegraph. Hampton Circle to get busy and I meeting : Willis, do ---q. ,_ 115 /. O. Scarborough. do. -
organize James
-- 4.00 Reynolds, release ..
.4- E, The Woodmen of the World willhold team J Roberts, onn Norman do _-- _, 5.00 convict Ruben. Baker. .. '. ....-i".-!;.,.
a of their awn whichwould ? 3.15 Total
I Jackson, do ._... .r.j f.
4.00 James Reynolds release Chaa
Williams
an unveiling ceremony' at the add much to their ciedit.I I amine : D. Newman, do- 10.00 I I convict 8.15 1 Board adjourned- to first.' .

.Dekle cemetery, on Sunday, August The Dade Grove ]petitions : Sisters, do 6.00 James Reynolds release Jersey Morgan September. ,1!:'';'
Cjty are unveiling Dy i1. do ... ., '
18th at 3:00 P..M. when c'r' ooi I I' convict> ? .... 8.15
a beautifulmonument a :monument erected to the memory of at the ; KeUey. do ? s.00 W. A. Bessent. 2 days insp roads __ 8.CO W, T. WEEKS. i ,:..
in memory of SovereignV. of their T. B. : Padgett do __ .OOi'n.I! T. Weeks, 1 no keeping road book 10.00 '
one deceased members do ""
i '' at ? 8.00 Town of Sartre I-Ion road tax __ 864.66 ALL, HOT'iA.IL ':.>!
Ot Scarborough be exposed tom. Waldo. The ceremony took place at ]pointed[ 1 _Johns do 4.00 Bradford County Bank refund on 1918 .
I Hagan. do &.00 1 bank tax \... No Dimes Bear' The IIi Hit
': 'iew 1 Waldo Tuesday afternoon and a large I Ii brands of ; ( : Bossier, do ..'._... ._._..,- 8.00 Farmers A Dealers Bank refund on 86.98 ., w F. .

1 J Sheriff Denmark had a serious piece j number of the Hampton Circle went market'in j Stokes Biggs, do i 8 00 f ]1912 bank tax -J 8.00 "F orWhenever do ,
'* i v.-u 8.00 Bank of Lake Butler, refund bank '
t a ,of business on his hands at Lake Butto!\ the neighboring city in automo- ; Groves do .. .., 1.00 I I tax on' 8.80 you see 'a'fe...et

: ler ,He Balsdca. do & 2.00 A. E. Hoitt, bridge spikes, etc .: :. 3.40 handful dunes '
.t : .., on Tuesday journeyed in 1,t biles to.attend. 1 1I they: time I "': J zing a of

: .j every: possible. direction, ;visiting five I The Hampton folks,returned about asking! General_ ._- zo t.6o I I II Total. 2236.68 nifying; glass, put it down t .

t ,important points before, he found five- o'clock placed Mitchell water cooler Fad 01W.i' a Fine and Ferfeitm Fu_ dreams of 'a Ford ,,I' M,
Tuesday afternoon and the j 1. I Seals ease A. WaJldns ....,.-. 2.63 '
what he was looking for. But Eure- [ The Jones do a L601 iM. Cameron. do 10.61 nothing But he wont get ,
,
ka Tampa ,folks returned to, Tampa on J Roebuck stenographer special I M.' Cameron witness ,........ ..:... 1.00 *
he found it tbVmygteries'of the the late train Tuesday night; abeth, JO Cad et ,14.10'.Will Lee. do .. .. 1.10 ton started the story that .
I blanks clerk's offlee _____ r..' W.
Eastern star; We .45 Lewis case Will Booth 2.43 was! offering Ford Wi'ref
now,' count the I The '' d dropped '
visitors were very profuse ,ishit n Light Co- lights and &M.Aaundado 8." '
.sheriff among the members of: ttnoble'order. appreciationof! A. J. .. : 4.80 I. A. Dougless. witness 1.00 persons"who 'collected :row'whose
i ,the receptiontendered 1 Co., blanks for clerk's office '8.47 W.' T.-Weeb.. cost ct ct Will Booth 12
I to them by the Hampton Circle the: pauper .. j witness sub..:... L17 S. a Dramark. do ___ 10.00E. milling letters spelled ..
y Denmark, do M. _._ 'Fori". 'There fa'
;According to the Times-Union the and cordial )er b.91 Hasen 'wit do LOO nothing'te'
a invitation tenJ
Denmark
was do L77G.[ W. Lewis case Will Hamilton 2-U
lake Butler;ice plant will be removdi I f Hampton to- visit Tampa at Petition j Baisden. bailiff et; ct 6.25 E. M. HueD, d s do 7.60L75 Ford people deny thatji-ch;= i .
i I anthree ) HaleD, do a W G. Seals ease Will Jones %.rs was made and beB
ed to Tarpon Springs. Some time, and ,a rousing .good time ,was name be 'do b.00 ... .Cameron do ................. .. 22J50M. ever. ,. .we. .,'. -

4 years ago.it was-brought here from* promised them.' and that : .. waiting on court 6J5 Cameron,I wit do !________- 1.00 would be thepoorest"sort: f'
g j wit sub _- 1.51 Tp1l1ah Costa, do .................... 1.00 ing because: it would be:n'' ;
j that dt).;Tarpon Springs had grown I The Hampton Dramatic Club is him... Denmark do- 8.91 Chaa.! Costa do .- 1.90 ., -

so that it could 'not'produce'the ; Bond of ; Denmark, do., -... 4.88 Thomas Hannibal, do ._..._. .... 1.00 Such a combination would
nee- hard; at work'each night rehearsingi county attorney _____ 10.00 Gea A. Gardiner ease Chester Graham .58
essary amount of ice needed. 'It is i a.I their:new pIai."The Old New sheriff of ; K j wit sub b.08 Joe Williams, do 13.10 sible. It does not edit' ? -.
Hampshire Denmark do _7:- 8.60 W T..Weeks, cost et ct Chester Graham 1.21 no dimes bearing either.the 1 .
,
pity that it was not,tried a little while I Home," which will be ,produced approved. Denmark, do 7.63 S. B. Denmark, do .' ... .. .90 .

longer. We feel ,sure it would at the Masonic Hall Fire ,Denmark. do 3.68 S. B. Denmark ease John Calloway _. 4.46 Or "R + ,
have'I.. Thursday night, 6 days ct et 10.00 Mssouria Jenkins, witness .15 The mint ''
\ been soon on a paying basis. We j j August 20th, and from the fossdo' cease g j wit sub 13.92 Z eus'Calloway do ..--._.-._____ 1.15 Philadelphia pi_

just learning; not 'to, be able to we Anderson Denmark, do -, 1.U Lillie Woods, do ... ..........._....; 1.40 ers: on any,of,her coins.= ,
3 1 hear as we .go by the hall every night Denmark. services J. C. Drew_ 5.85 Geo. A. Gardiner case Zack. Carter %28 '
without ice: However there is talk,{,there will evidently be H. E. : services grand and petit S. B. Denmark, do .. '9.05 a "D" and New Orleans .snp

and little something do- _..._._.,__ 88.28 3. a Denmark cost ct et Zack Carter 18.1 l San. Francisco an. "S.*-, ,.
,a more, of a brand new onebeing : ing when the real night comes. ]East I Denmark. g J wit sob 4.11 :;. B. Denmark ease Pliny Gordon__ 17..IY .50 coin

x established here soon. No doubt ; Mrs..Bertha, his report I Andrews .com as teas ----:. 1 O. Wm Hollingsworth witness >_ 2.20 puts a "C" on her /; :
Smith Ola ,
and
t sister, Weeks, clerk etc at et et --0-- 60.32 3- A. Epperson do -. .60SO turns out 'no dimes. : .
the;: waterworks, the electric, light, of Oak Hill,,,Fla-, returned home "o n' contractor 1 Knight. super registration IC.10 ;. T. Tomlinson do ____-____ 2.1 ; _
plant will be Warren, phone toon house SOD Brant Dagger do _...: 2.60 here: but, three mints eo iniit
Jce, plant; one. I Monday; afternoon, after a pleasant age Weeks, one month clerk :_..._ 60.00; T- M.Nettles do................. 2.60 cone
.Mr..'H. S. Newsome had a break- : visit with their uncle V. R. Prevatt ing' some 1 day com and milage_ 6.20Denmark Tuck ..Tomlinson. do 2.60 and their-milling letters |
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down on. 1 day with com 4.00 Charlie. Tomlinson do 2.60 way from.spelling "Ford. :'*m
: Tuesday, spilling his 1 gS. I U. S. Watterson Sunaayed in Thcrossa. ed. It Dowling. com u tax collector 41 .a8 fico- A. Gardiner ease Henry 'Anderson '2,63 1

; ,Rev. Holmes Logan was absentfrom There must be filed Co- carbon etc _, 2.59 S. B. Denmark. do H-10 way you can get a Ford.with,<"
be some strong attraction Williams Janitor 1 17.50 t. B. fowling,' wit .. u -. 2..60' to: save enough of then.
town a week. conducting revival over there. What is it an ] Wainright, 1-6 retained on 1913 T.. M. Wells ,do 2..60' up -

meetings at'New plete the ....._._.. ..._, ._ 280.00 T. F. Rivers, do ._ -_ 2.60' County:: Record. -
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Zion a community George? _- : Roberta: 1 day and mileage 7.40 9. T. Weeks cost et et Henry Anderson' .7* -

twelve miles 'from Lake Butler.. Mr T. DeWitt Prevatt of Satsuma board to : Denmark ice et et i'oo S. B. Denmark do -.. 1L LAWTEY:,"
He Denmark telegrams and phone Geo. A. Gardiner ease Will.Alexander, 2.53 i""
S reports good meetings when the Fla., has been a Hampton visitor for amounts r ... ?2:50 S. B. Denmark, do W* Mr. L. Dyal, of .Fernandw ;
"7 weather permitted but'most'.of, make : g J wit sub .. S.77 Jim Kite. Jr- ,witness J-70
the the Wednesds l
past wee-. DelUDlrk. do .. .. LOS Kirby Smith, do _. __--.-.-- J-'O visitor to .Lawtey '''
., time they were rained out Mr. and Mrs V. R>Prevatt, Mrs. the board, : Denmark do 2.77 Jim Smith do _____ Mr. Lem Sapp and family, it'ord
AH: the talk Denmark treatment of Bond Herbert Smith do -.------ J-JO
is war' Meieo'ii for- Bertha Smith and sisterla, and T. J. F. lea Emmer Smith, do '____-.-- _--- J-70 : were, visiting relative &itey .

; .. gotten The. boy at the depot sells DeWitt Prevatt'were' Stake chants ] Denmark t J wit sob _.. 1.08 Gussie Smith do WO : Sunday. gf .
visitors ... ... <
: Denmark do 2.77 C. A. Smith do __ .---. --- J70LH
his ;papers like hot :Cakes No cannonading last Sunday. filed I Denmark,' do ? Bessie Smith do *SUM Mr. W. F.. Goodwin of; :
has County Tetccrph, treuorc's w. T. weein tat-ttttttzzz; 4
: 4 been' heard so faraD duce the : L S. B. Denmark, do _"_...... _,- .su villa, was a business visitors ,

Lake ,Butler. Several suspicious Sorreney. 2 days mileage with F. N. Aadre.. com .. teas 8. o tey: .Monday. j.*{':
: sounds CLAY HILL. 11.20 V P. Cason,' medicine for Jail l.KGeo.
here heard last week like the by the Roberts 1 day with board 4.00 A. Gardiner ease Charley Morgan E.687J6 Mr. 'W. E. Torode-was">, fc 4

discharge a'12-ineh'run, but on investigation Mr. and Mrs. Noah Carter are the Bond Croft. 2 ,days and mileage with t a Denmark do visitor to Jacksonville TuesdH
13.60 Alice Glover witness ...._...-- L'O '
r we found it to be just the happy parents of a bouncing baby tice of the : Baum 2 days with board- 8.00 Allen, Williams do n" 6 J..:70 Messrs, Enoch Griffis, A.It.

'' blasting of Baisden, 1 day with board 4.00 I John Slater do __...........--.. .' L70L70
logs for. approved. .r and iJla:
: of Mr.
.a right way girlRev. Ox, blanks for county judges Leila Glover, do chard, Lee Sapp,

for the Butler canal James Strickland went to Evergreen .'.. .-." 1.21 W. T. Weeks cost et et Chu. ,JJorgan 1.01 Starling, James' BaulerwM
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._. ..... 8.41
Richard insurance eourtbonse 200.00
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Oa the'fifth Sunday in August'Dr. Monday to help conduct a revival by the County Bank refund on If IS SfrwgftAy at jail 1.00 Lowery, and Henry Sapp w.

l' Bigham preaches In 'the Methodist meeting. % reads as tar,__ _______ ItM 1>r IoI1erI-- /6.40' the: Lawteyites who ,vititcd: _
Dealers Bank refund: oa A. H. Freeman county physician 5.0 ".. >
Rev. Willie Taylor and family came bank tax 3.00 W; W. Baisden. guard at tea 20.00 ,rille'Monday. }i ;
Saturday and ford of Lake Butler, refund on bank W.'W. BaJa_ washing blankets 3.0C '
4jT1ff WEAK LUNGS up spent a couple of UO S. B. Denmark ease Tom Smith '_' 7jrV Mr. and )Irs.- W. H.

: days with Mr. H. :J. Taylorand :James ing the Weeks._increase from Jan. 1 to g'srDenmarkl' B. Blosker. do'T-Tr.TTr witness ..._._..___-. 20.11 L'lO Starke, Mr. and Mrs. Marioof

: TIle toll of tuberculosis isante 'r1almt. Strickland and family.Mr. exceeding' S 120.00 1. W. Hamilton. d a case A. H. Crews-- &.80 Baldwin,'Mr. Jack Robert*,i

;, than 350 vktinu every day ia the ,Elisha Prescott is working onRevrJames stock, 'it 12.66 "- T. Reaves do f.D LIla sOD and Mr. John Robert/ .
United States, yet few realize their B8lWlq PaL fleo- A. Gardiner.u ease 8. B. Eetep- 2.06 ,
t ,,cooditkm until the critical period arrive graft. Strickland's farm this and was C Jones 'paint.for courthouse S. B. Denmark, do ale sonville, were ;guests at,tbe.;J
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week. 1.16 John Rodgers witness s 1.50
.Overwork,worry, weakness after sick. several Andrews com as teas 1.45 worsey Johnson, do ......._,-.-. _. 1.10 Mr.! J. E. Roberts last Sundar-> ;
.r* a throats i., Mrs.. H. :J. Taylor accompanied the ment ,' paiatingteata - 18.00 Calvin Johnson do :.. ** Mr.' L. L. Sapp ,.;a,,
'.u ccert the vre-icning aaa that Taylors home from the White Lumber Co. work on soars A. A. Wainright. juror 1.00 "
k oil. .' units consiunptioQ.: '. House etc 12,36. H W.,Adams, A> 1.00 Jacksonville last Sunday.. '':
To home Monday.Mr. board of County Bank. refund: ,on IllS Oscar Alvares, do .1.00 .
guurd and-MrA.J
against coanmption tboalIDdaofpcopJetakeScett'.bulsiOnafter Dr. Earl Biggs
't' tax ala \. L. Alvares. do _... 1.0C .
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..:- Willie Carter. is working for: the said ft Dealers Bank. refund on H. 1_ Fortner. do _.... ......-..---'. 1.00 ley-were visitors. to, JFriday _,*'
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ke-ls became its rich Mr. Fred bank '- __. :
medicinal nourish Lang. titled to tax 4.00 I. C. Manning, do ---- -- LOG &.
s-eet atrengthens the longs pats vigor in of Lake Butler, refund on bank .. 'eo. A. ,Gardiner,' case Ben Cobb:__ .LOS ftMr.Hunter '. "
tile blood, and upbuilds strength to resist' Mr. H. J. Taylor made a bnsines: such : ._. 1.M t a Denmark. do _-......"' ".... ,- *-* B.' ,ClaraVJGa :'.
trip ,,, neo., A. Gardiner. Marco Hill .:.- 2.1
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tij ; 1IIberca1o: is. Scott'sBmtilskmitnatare's Jacksonville Wednesday re- r+*t nc, .1:\, 5 63.00 S. B.' Denmark do- ..._,.., -' 1JI .._was a guest streticth-baildcr.: Reuse abhimtef. I lturning I Thursday. charge in Dralawft PaL N 1'0. A. Gardiner do .: ..........--- J : :
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i i Smith Co, 3331 cups, destroyed 33.10, W.. T.,Saws, J p do --- -=-- -----= i' ;"the.8rat. 'theme ,

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