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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 21, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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WAR A FAMILY AFFAIR. + +,BIG EUROPEAN WAR -
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BekiaBB Are Retreating / y'll.re BE STAGED IN 4 SOUTH' By Bank'of tfi

", .,:% Antwerp Before German + .King George V. of Great Britain + .EAST STATES. v Starke. ,

:! '1 :.!ltr"4o\"l'I" v Advance-' I.* and Ireland., everybody's. + *, + t-

cousin. ,Starke, Fla., Aug: 3, 1914.
While the whole world is "
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\ ,London, Aug. 19,12:20 received from Tsaritza of Russia, first'cousin watching the European situation, Board met pursuant to adjournment m .
!' : communication; of King George and of Emperor + .
is at there is mucb'conjecture as to 4'f with all members present
confirmation
. "I iJ''Paris declares that reports'of a Servian.victory ,+ WIlliam, the real size and strength.of.the E. The minutes .of last meeting read
: hand_of, previous ''+ Emperor William of Germany, +
!!; 80,000 Aus- 'I' different'powers.. Some of the + and .
approved.The
at Shabats over
grandson of Queen Victoria. + rtif +. figures of
area are quite surpris-
Nana Shabats is in Servia, forty '} + school patrons and trustees of
f I" Queen Maud, of Norway, sister Ing when subjected to the test.. *
r : miles west of Belgrade. of King George. + of cold figures. + Hampton school appeared. before the

, filf The Austrians suffered losses a severe in n.de-!nand I. Queen Sophie of Greece, sis "Germany;' probably ,the. most board and" 'after a full and lengthy "

tg.f.t. ,em.1D with very ition.heavy According to adVices ter of Emperor William. feared of,all the powers when it 4' discussion, on. 'selecting a' teacher for )
t Queen Victoria of Spain, first I
Comes to fighting strength *
} Rome ,their casualties principal requested the board and the
from ,
+ cousin of'Emperor William, of '
+ has total area of *
only
208,780
.- killed and a superintendent select teacher for .
amounted to 3,000 men .
King George and of the Tsaritza + '
+ miles. Florida Alabama *
; >p square them. '
?::1 5,000 ;wounded; + of Rusisa., + + and South Carolina together *
; The .bonds of the Lake Butler district -
4.> Nicholas II, Tsar of Russia, 1r
total
? make of +
Belgians Retreating. a 200,575 ,or practically were signed and delivered to the ,,
first of King George V. +
v.Paris,'A g.'19.-A dispatch, to the cousin the same'size, and Texas I Bank 'of Starke. The mayor of the
: Helena of Italy daugh *
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1 Paris Midi from Brussels, dated todaysays' Queen + has an area of 265,780. and town of Lake Butler was notified that r
; + ter of King Nicholas of Monte- *
: +' could all of and *
f Germany
.cannonading: was distinctly f Rib .m.W' ,cover the purchase price of,the school build .. '
heard in' Brussels at 6 o'clock c this negro. _, '* I'* S + leave room for Servia, which has ing would be.paid over to,the.town of /a
+ King Albert of Belgium, cousin -
:_ .morning. Ir. +only 18,649, square miles, with + Lake Butler as soon,as a full warranty
{ of King George V., of Great +
The, correspondent: adds it is un- f .d1',"a. .'inY.1 ;9 '..-'.-+-.w'w a.4kxG ,atrs;itn + considerable to 'spare. deed and'title free from all intern"
; : .'s, :dVstood that a German'army is now, Britain and Ireland + France, with 204,092'miles, is brances was furnished by said town. r
t Crown Princess Militza of *
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.y ,marching upon Brussels by way of but a trifle smaller than Gcr- 'The.appointment cf a' principal for
cousin of King
Montenegro,
i many; the same size for all practical Brooker until after the
J( Buy and Jodoigne. + iI I I wass deferred Y
'. ..Ji. _. '- George. first #' Pboto by American Pleas AasocJa;jn. purposes. *1 September examination., '
King.Haakon of Norway,
Paris, ,Aug. 19.-An' official an. AustriaHungary, with.241- +! On recommendation of its''*trustees'
: brother-in-law *
of
:lft As neoncement ,this' morning says the cousin and English Infantry on the March 513, square miles?, is somewhat *1 of Lawtey district M. M."Jryer was
first cousin of
,r :retirement of Belgian, troops, toward *.King George and When Germany declared war on Russia "there was the'g atelt activity larger than.either France orGer- ,* appointed principal; Looiebelle Brown '

',R, Antwerp is rumored, but not confirm- the Tsar of Russia. of + In the English army: It la plain that with a general war on' the continent' + many, but still smaller than Tex- first assistant Lottie. Stafford, second i .z.
Crown Princess Margaret for England to keep out of it It was figured that tiwEagUsh and could still into *
; : eeL. It would be Impossible as, go the. assistant;.Ruth Biggs'primary. The .
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explatued'thdt Sweden granddaughter of the infantry would give a rood account of itself. Lone' Star State with, room .for +
iF It::is officially, even opening,date of the school: was fixed' .

f r_ 'were ,this report true, lit, :would be Queen Victoria Servia and then some. for,i September 14th. >

either'a grave,symptom nor"unexDected. WIN THREE GAMES. BIG COUNTY CONVENTION. .Russia is the largest nation, + N. H. Stokes offered the following
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!r\t The defeaam 'organization '' covering one-seventh of the to- + resolution, which was'I seconded and, .

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F f f'Brls1mont and.presented in l tff ni 1ttf' since the inhabitants vacated Tirle- day, August 29-30. + population is 156,000,000, half,'* Resolved, that the beard of.public' .'

: works, provides that Antwerp,be considered mont German' shells have "been dropping ..' ---- + strain as much as 'the United + 1struetion.rescind all orders making 3

,' u a last defense.:Jit! has been in the town and that subsequently 'The, locals'again' -defeated ,Lawtey The Christia churches of Bratford : + States, and about equal to Eng appropriations to bonded districts ;

t 'fortified with can: ,and is today .t.vast the Belgians broke the German' on the home grounds on last Thursday county have arranged,to hold "a. land.,France and ,Geffcany combined and appropriate 16 2-3 per cent of the :

)1- .ea renc ed' cusp ips /the. flank of I advance there at the point of the bay-|! and Tuesday. Moitt was pickedto county convention in Starke' on Saturday or possibly a trifle morel+ bonded indebtedness of each[districtandjrije.aU I *'

... ,. do the twirling for the home teamstud August 29th and Sunday, Aug + j sch
a r+se. a ,"We.1:: yy;'i "'.c., !aJite. mo tbs..term w
"f : j ball : +* ********** ***+*
"'- pitched grand strt'h'ngoat net 30thV The housewives have.al- .+ 'Ii' instead of four months decided at the
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'{ London, Aug. It-A -dispatch ,to Bcgnmnif of Great Operations. five: men and was_ air tight in the ready gathered up their finest lookingchickens' laStMmeeitm'g, .'*..."t'Y4 ':k.- ,

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r '' ',Broaeels says the'adiiIee posts eovs ,Careful Bendy qjt the military rittntion -I' Following is ithe score of Thurs and are making every. other conceivable 7:30 P. M. -Devotional and Brooke; sub-districts .were canvassed -.*

' !; ; *- 'erinf the'region between Gemlbouzj i TO the northern frontier leads 4aJ' game: preparation to provide a Solo by John Nissen Lamb" .and ,the following re utsyve! .

iled'.Jodo1gne'ao feeing' ''gradually I I French military experts In the eon1 Starke _____JD great feast for the delegates and visitors Sermon, "Light Houses" by Elder. I i givens V ? ;4

:V peaked back bef oflre advance of I 1 elusion that the events transpiring in' Lawtey __.T) 0.00.20,2'1'2-1 to the convention. A,committeeis John Mullady.' :Johnstown elected trustees Henry ,

fiBe1IIa and French forces. Batteries Tttoitt and Chantey for. making a.hflt of the homes where Adjournment.. ;
: i Belgium today are the 'beginning ol ; Varnes, W. M.',Varnes,.Jacob Varnes3 ,-.
:rtt e uThe Befcians'and Trench are now operations on an Immense scale Starke; E..Burney and M. Brown for visitors, will,he welcome to stay at The. convention"music ,at all services mills assessed; _

it tl, ,:in:elope junction and In contact with Gemany, It'Is declared,' is makinga Lawtey; stuck out by Moitt 5, Barney -I nights during the convention and a Sunday will.be conducted John Brooker ,elected t trustees-J, JJ. 'y
'''(, thf advance lines .f the' .Gamin 6. ; U awaits all who attend. Nissen Lamb, of; Jacksonville, an ;
l"t
"* fresh,-nd mightier effort to break Morgan., A._A."Hazen, W,.P.: .:
the
__ of not and .
evangelistic singer '
The 3s going to. be extra '
program ,
t into:France.through the comparatively cry, 3 mills assessed.
> open Behnum'cpudtry. On Tuesday of,this week there wai gcct U, is nearly completed and program is an ,exceptionally,.attractive Mr., Marvin Hazen was1'appointed E

', ".',:| ParU, ;.Aug., .-T3eUils. of,. the Gcveroment vpldran-'bi Tans, 'however sound of revelry by afternoon"when, will"be printed:an* a-eady'for' ,, distri- one. Avery largeattendance is first assistant at Brooker.. ;* 1*
., flfkting at Dinant between the French b1Dm Wis. It will be expected and'ample provisions Jo>;the
in few
,J Is confident that 'tiie'allies! win the Macclenn team flew in here. a practicaHy '- 'Teachers' reports and tills,were examine '
it .and, Germans show tint':the carnage :33 set forth below: entertainment of.they. convention
able The locals danced around the
;f be to meet this sTiodk successfully dand warrants drawn for same. f,
t: waa terrible.., The first French com- and reply to It mihingly. "bases to the "tune.of 14 to, 4. "Big Saturday. August 29.. guests is being made by the ,local, as follows: -- -

r i 'JDJ, ahhpuga decimated,.held ,a. po- Six Powell" worked for Starke and 2 7.H.-Devotional. 'ea'conduct members of"the,Christian church and 'T eMMit. ,

; AjHtt artillery, which .destroyed a Cordon of .Secrecy. I pitched steady game, while Chancey:j ed"by Mrs. J. Allen, Hampton. its friends. 112 IJ1-lr1ft Eitefl Lanier.Hodrtt,Swift Dob m Creek. v..r_.,.--1.. ttt.M 40.04 .

1 zr fiti.boa until another company came up London, Aug..li-l-.45 A "EL-As: aid the receiving. Whitten worked ka30 F..M.Tbe'C-W. B. M. Its a- 11-.7u* 0_. Gnillo,,4 -__._, '&.611.. :
Wdge. The French NEGRO STABBED.3eff 1J4A.. Viu>l1. ElarN'_:_.:...:
W. ,. cavalry then ad- '' dnevements and possibilities by 17.60,4AM
cordon for till the
far as. the : of secrecy which' Macclenny eighth inning, ''U-Bee M.eGrud-r. New Zi. ,.
; Taneed ,and.pushed the German at- the battling mftions 'bave drawn when 'he was relieved by Wolf, -wbo Mrs. S. L. Jackson, Daytona, Pres- Willis. a colored employee atBarrell's 1Jc-t., R1ay tn. Robert. >.-- 1.-! -- 85.00

,.:l ?; .'ttelers' hack:into.the"Meuse.; ... around the "Fnmeofrontiers fared no better.:, Went of ite Florida C.:W.' B.:: M. still, near Sapp station, imbibed .1t--Alta 1".W.,B:Lee Tf..JIIJlIt VanderbiH wife..,.;:Blair_! --_-: '8160 1,110 ,

: win permit of guesswork, 'the great The feature of the game was the 4,'P. M. Business session. J. Allen, too much blind tiger whiskeylast .' 1"-11: M. Knight, Vanderbilt_ 50.00

.i .ii Re.oval .of CapitaL battle which promises to cast"Mukden base,running"by the Starke team, as presiding officer. ,I Saturday evening, donned ,his J':21 20--Ruth Connie R'mei, ,Hfflbronn. .m>roim_,_ SS.OO 85.00 .. -

"I H w.ro
; Banication from Brussels made pub- Night 'Session. warpath. He. picked an ironing t! -- "
Ibegtm. up f10"1'! BieUin' _.... -* 45.00 5
t", ,'Bc."'t todty,', gives certain" details of the, notE tteers which military 'histor On Tuesday of this week, Starke 1:30 P. M.-Song service conducted board and struck two other' colored '':5*-?*. Herrntat..eBbtort.for Comity Bank Jwt-cfB .-'.. 160.14 48.KT _

.LI .transfer: of the seat, of the Belgian: fan a month from now may describeas defeated Lawtey again in a ,five Inning by 'T. 'N. Xenc1rick. 4/ men Henry: Wardlowe, a friend of '*:;?'-R.-H: 0. _
r k i i "lovemment, from Brussels to An"i' "reconnaissances in force"are proceeding game, the game" having to he i Solo "Go to Thy Rest," by T. N. Willis, interfered and attempted to 'S Bradford DIllljola.-lI County ri tlY:1f Bank' borrow-_ 'l5
]tarp.s Kendrick: Willis but the latter resented f'dl t>I011I'1 _
pacify ; .1500.09
-'i.' ". all ,along the "border. They called on account of rain. This makes i n.ttle..Stekbs'- ._ '40.09.
s:! .'This[ transfer is not an immediate and Elder the interference and threw lamp at ,
; are heralded by both sides as 'battles four played between the two Prayer scripture reading by a 't'-L A. Daria. Pine Grov, ----.p SUet
;%1k ftacesstryit is explabed.r While Bel. games John Mullady, Hampton.Solo Wardlowe<<, striking him in the face i''!!-Qrta Cre rn. Themes *...._- 85.00
}i and victories. In, history most of teams. Lawtey"won the first two, 41 'tt-T.n.., PinMster. Thomas .: 60.00
.k j 1aa officials have to.Antwerp Mrs. J.E.Tutch. and him and 'u-J. R.>, -
gone them win rank incidents. by blinding temporarily, Winina. Samtaor 85.00-
as to 3,"Starke won the third 7 to 3. The\ 1A.-! p. N. AJI _. '
i %1, '!heir families remain in Brussels. The then he attacked Wardlowe and 10.4
Liege remains the of the Sermon, "The Last Battle Ground of "'-E. K 'AbeVnarhy7Tnmber
crux con fifth game will be played some time in: Ram.pt IUS.T.
qbeea and the princes are at the AnU German The Nations"by Elder 0. F. Mc- threatened to ,"finish" him, Ward: 'f''- H. Searboroarh. lime Brooker 45' v
troversy. The government the future. The team is *
near : being i (VW. T. WerV' deed : IM
I'\, Wp palace,. while" the king is with bas announced that the forts have coached; by W. B. Shipman who is Hargue, minister of the: Main'sweet lowe defended himself with a hack fIB-ii. M.'' iv.wlinr. retard--Doll tares 4.90
,
... |hearmy. i 14J-N, H. S oke board tnite 11.20i'
Christian church Jacksonville cutter and stabbed Willis several
been destroyed and the defenders "
but considered the bestin the state. The ,I ?- _i 1004
,; times with the weaponand renderedhim !'_U W Sk1d t r.ddo "
ied beneath the ruinS The :iFrench Starke team under the captainship of Sunday Morning. --- 8
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'f.j .Rusdama.Victorious. government declares forts still 10 A: M.-Bible school, Judge Geo. hors de combat MiM'N! ir Lumber Ift Co.inc' .
'l the are E. M. Johns, has won 8 of the 12 and
: London,. Aug. 19.The St. Peters- A. Gardiner, superintendent. Sheriff Denmark was notified and 00.... ProoVer .-: ._, --' 21.08
holding out.,
\ I games played. 'ITlt ;I ?JStrg correspondent of the Renter M. Communion service and went'to the of. the trouble and '
*" ** I. From Brussels comes word that the HRE 11 A. scene 147. -I Ve Butter Rank ref-md t"xet n.?" i
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a:Company,, that Rus- the bet -F>> n aa .Dral r. Bank Ho 14.00
says .a: Elder 7. B. Crews has placed gerentnegroes'underarrest. !
German movement has been checked,l Starke _________0 0211 94, 3, sermon. 'o-tdford Cnuntr Bank, _. 45.11 '
"tJJ{ v Man.official eommnnieation, relates a while from the French embassy in been invited to preach this sermon, Wardlowe furnished'a bond Warranta Dn'w* sw S"\- >iatrfctL.
'Lawtey 0
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ti( ;Hpnlse of an Austrian :attack on the LonAon the statement has been issued i 'Batteries, Moitt .and Chancey, and but has not yet'responded.Special and Willis could not be moved until -i._"'.".It'f'-tea Grm e-o. A.rV..n4e..bj1t Mize IL Flarbf B.0 5.00

t'' j ,iinni of Vladimor in ,the government ( 'I music at the Sunday morning Wednesday when he was brought to e T(-VanHerbflt-rE. M. Knwbt Vand 10.00 '
e that the Germans, have retired from'Thomas and Dinkins; hit by pitches Q 7 S--'a., Rv WinriM. Sampson ,,.. 15.00 k
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E (y lynft,with heavy Austrian cas- the Alsatian service.will be conducted by John Starke and placed in the county jail H74: -PnVitine-B. C. TeJefranh print.
important cf
,,, =: ::\:'; Sarrebourg. off Moitt, none; sacrifice hit Johns tl/--B.q, Teletrraph,
i! Eydtkuhnen with aj division + 12 Adjournment for big free basket the county judge's' court. '< Election notieea __prat'a__ -
and Dinkins base hits Johns
.IR.: liafantry and 96 POPE PIUS X DEAD. ; two 878--Raifnrd-Morton Hoyt C*. '
CUDL1''C'f' dinner in the yard of A. E. W _
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and Lastinger time, 55-minutes umpires --' 40.00R
Pope Pius X died at an early hoarThursday ; ; Moitt's home. SINGING SOCIETY WILL MEET. -:'?_ fonl-1Ifattie Suteby, Bndfd 10.00' .w

ii Eater at Head of.Aray. ,_ morning from the effects of I Burney and Capo. Afternoon Session. This organization will meet at the 'f18-P"J-Bond;llf' Ct driet v-L.Starke A. Da9k.W. P L.Grate Wan 28.00 t4*; ':r

S"; ;laude;' England;. Aug. 19.-2:20 old bronchial troubles and his advane-i STILL SHUTS DOWN. 2 P. M.-Devotional services cond"ct- Methodist church of Bland, Alachua "eA- -BBprrrfainc V o--TatV It Starkc S.mnvT.belldinj ar-hiUeU_ 150.00 28.00, ;:

:<<1tP. IL-The i court announcement in a ed age and severe mental depression' Mr., R. Humphrey has shut down ed by Charles Rivers, of Lake.But county, Fla., on the, third Sunday in "NI--do-Smith A Watwn. VaiIdenCOOO.OO '

tr s'WsRnm frcn Brussels dated last over the- outbreak of hostilities in Eu: his turpentine 'still at Alfalfa on account ler. November-the' 15th. Churches 'of"!. .82-'Lawtey-IIt-JW -Bogtn S'.maau:_*,--__Co,11iL00- '=

k" of fkrceaghting: between Bel: iope. AttendiDg"physicians anonnc-: of the effects of the Europeanwar 2:15 P. M.-Reports from the.churches all .respectfully re "'M-1"atJmu..Ba.Jahngtown Ga.". Thom.10.00 iu;
: -Henry Vnmei,
aDd German troops along an'ex.l1f1 ed Tuesday that the Pore was suffering upon the naval stores market of the county. quested to be represented. Singing ._.?___: _tttHonexpeMei -j LO'

;: tended front is generally accepted toM from 'a simile cold ,and that.J and will not begin operations'again' 2:45! P. M.-ReportS of committees. to commence at"10:45 A. Mn dune; ''I-J.mntoD-E.bar Hampton. D. Abernathy,: .'lom-. 20.C7

Uk7 f" Indicating the real' beginning possibly week, of complete rest until there is a demand for his prod 3 P, M.-Adress, "The Bible School spread at 12 o'clock and singing to be '..R1r.1'-D. MDktban-Co library- 22.60

r 1 ? et Hue first frat battle:in the war would restore him to his usual health.: alt: Practical Methods," bv C. W. participated until 3 o'clock in the af- *---Prmldcnw Boer-a--D.N W. eWrthan Pfotfcoteter Co, ,Hkry..1.0. 20.00 22.1118

".' "-:tbe j'L1te.: German attack is'reported to His bronchial condition, however,' ucts.Mr.. Humphrey is 'an example of 7rine, superintendent of the First ternoon. Working committee for the "!89-St refund.rVe-taxet Bradford*nb'-County: Bnak_' 14-. 4

Tx .lade on the direct orders of the spread and it was announced Wednesday what a man who is thrifty and industrious -I Christian church Sunday school, of sing is composed of Misses Jodie Jlal-: "10: -S ..'-Bradford County-Bank -
?1 o'Jtaperer William. The exact 'extent that his condition serious. 1'I refmd Ui:,bond diet>.._._..-.. 24.11
.! was I can do in Bradford county. He Jacksonville. pliers, Nettie Reaves, Armontiro Du- "91, -La!e Bdt---F. ft D.. Bank refund t!
:o.the lfcev of. fighting has not been came to this county,in 1907 and wentto '! 3:45 P. M.-Open discussion on .t**** Bose and Messrs. Ray DuBose, Othoe cab fwt ta'e$' ..:_-__ _- .'.80
T2 Lake
Butkr U
.: nrfealed: but B. Bank refund
presumably it stretches SHIPPING YAMS. chipping trees and dipping gum. Bible school, presided over bv C. Mizell, Carl Doke, Carl Scaff. cub dirt taxes _,-:. :,.qs = _

l ;f-iertk It and south. Its definite locationvb'tuaUy' J. M.\Truby shipped forty barrelsof ,' Now ,he owns 380 acres of land, partof W., Zarin and participated, in bv Don't forget. the time. The treaswrer's books were .checked r

: guesswork. Norton yams. They were of unusual :which is an improved: farm, and Charles Rives J. Altai,. Judge J. DUBOSE, PresidentC. to date. ,Tr S1Jrer"s.reports w'reI
1';;rRefugees, :from Diest, .Ttrlemont ardliber size and Miss Bais- I r crj';';d, and ordered spread the
superior.quality. There operates a naval stores plant. He Geo. A. Gardiner Rosa .. C. SCAFF. ServTreas.cr .. on.
"f(.("-- '_ towns in that section of Bel- is a large acreage of sweet potatoesin is rated at $15,000 and has a beautiful d"i, W. G.* Seals, Al S. Crews, and minutes.. 'i.FO' .

t..*: jiem,who fled. as hi.Gemar-s ap-: this section this year and the yield home in Starke at the corner of (tJ.8.' .. C'oft < pri?ot for prntirs.and. we G.-SCHELL.Secretary' .

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I Washington, c., Aug. 30.-Fish
ing and hunting with poison, as prac- ...'JaJ IkQee,aI : 3'"
V.* l tised by the. natives of Brazil and antfe,Texas writes: }
iTe other tropical American.countries is .toe (9) years, t : :
NoV wishing to -reflect""too"severe pie to swallow, but can be,verified by
described in a communication to the womanly! trouble. ,I r
criticism upon our county officials, btYel ptioD. In those counties you National Geographic Society, at ribk headaches, lid .

t 9! without first having made ,a detailed.. will find the farmers, the real producers Washington, D. C., by Dewey Austin my back etc. It I .

I Javestication into their past acts and 'of. all -necessities,'.and naturally Coob. __ I would die, suffered ; .

giving them an ,opportunity ,to explain entitled to the best thatavilzation 'Brazil' js certainly the lazy fish- tot, I decided to try ',
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nevertheless there had been and has to offer living in close proximityto erDW 's paradise:" he says. "It -was the 'I w maa't tonic, ;,"
modernly only after two residence helped me right IWI) ;|
each other, in nicely painted, years among
e is being much private speculation as constructed bungalows, on bard the secretive Indians that I was reluctantly fun treatment not only "
to what, becomes of that $11,000.00 me,but Hatred me.H'TAD'
surfaced roads, with rural telephonesand taken into their confidence
road tax collected annually'in Bradford free mail delivery,within a few sufficiently to be permited toj join '
r county and what real, good,-snbatantial mmuteTnde of the best schools and thme on one of their fishing excur- ?

r reason can be given as to why churches, and the hauling distance sions. We followed the stream for I
t : there is not yet a'mile of bard sur- and puling weight diminished 50 percent half a mile or so, to where it spread I

f faced road in Bradford county. Being These are the happiest people out into a pool, perhaps ffity feet

r ; an important link in the proposed national in the world, and we can have such across. The men divided into two

i, highway from New York to conditions, even better, right here in parties', one going up and the other
.Tampa, it is purely suicidal if not actually old Bradford, with its wonderful clay down the stream "a few rods. They 'Ik Wow's _
i criminal,to so long delay the sub-soil that produces almost everything I then entered the stream and, thrashing

construction of our portion of this de- grown in Florida, from oranges : the water with their feet and with Cardid helps women :

r algnated highway, and we are payinga and guavas to corn and cotton, if w e sticks, returned, driving all the fish of greatest need !
fearful price for this piece of negligence will but loosen up our, old thinkers before them into the pooL fryfatne.: ingrfdifntft ** 1 .J

in the loss'of settlers and natural and then get down to real business.It "Meantime one of the women had specifically yet gently; ,
development. How can we ex appears''that we are hopelessly grated some of the mysterious 'bar. weakened womanly :

pect prospective homeseekers to come divided in this county on every matterof basco' roots, resembling horseradish, So, if you fed
to us, when we provide no suitable public improvement, because Jof into about two quarts of water. This blue, out-ot-sorts
way for them to come and look us some sectional rivalry. This matter was thrown into the pool at various do your household

overt. Oh, well, some will say, we can be easily.adjusted by, forming points. In about .two minutes we began account of your
.have three railroads. Do you know special road and bridge districts. Then to see the fish come to the surface, worrying and give
what kind of impression a view fromthe each rival section will be at liberty to belly up, remain a few seconds andthen triaL It hajbdped,
trains through Florida creates in work out its own pet schemes. In or disappear. In ten minutes all of women,-why not :

the mind of the average visitor The der to hasten matters, I will suggest the small fry were on the surface, apparently Tq CIrduI.
answer wouldn't look good in printBut that the east half of Bradford county, dead, and larger and larger

u even in undeveloped'Bradford, in which are located Lawtey, Starke, ones, began to go through the same ;
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throughout the farming sections, accessible and Hampton, be created a special performance. With 'a long-handled :

only by private conveyance road district, and that said district be scoop-net, the leader nearly filled a
i 2 and through sand bed roads, they bonded for sufficient to hard-surfac e bushel basket with fish from eight to CONTRABAND OF

would find such crops as can hardlybe a well graded straight road through twelve inches long in half an hour. -
grown elsewhere in the state. We these towns from Highland to the "Some of the fish were broiled, butI List of Contraband
have thousands of acres of the finestfanning Alachua line, with such laterals as hesitated about eating them. The ed by England.Great

s lands undeveloped, becausewe may be deemed expedient If this be leader surmising my reason, took -
make no,bid for settlers by public done, there is no reason why our population several spoonfuls of the .poisoned Britain's 1'

improvements, which' is the only' kind sould not increase 100 per centor water, and mixing it with a dipperfulof proclamation places .
of advertiaing that will drawl more within 2 or .3 years, which water, drank it down. It had not tion and all distinct

,r True, a'great, many tourists cometo new population will take 505 per cent the slightest effect upon him. Never plies on the list of "absol
; Florida for pleasure and can be of the burden of this bond issue upon n did I enjoy broiled fish more. To all band and :
very easily satisfied down theCoast East themselves, thus relieving up almost appearance, the fish remaining in the ; designates
but the majority of the'visitorsto stream; money, horses and
immediately and best of all we will except the smaller ones,
Florida now, are homeseekers'prospecting have the use of this grand higbwaywhile were affected by the poison only thru as "conditional"

w for fanning lands, business paying for same.. their respiratory organs and .experienced to seizure and to 'the !
't locations and permanent homes in the This is the simplest,kind of every no lasting injury when intended for the use

really healthful Interior, and those day problem, being' solved everywhere "In hunting, the arrows, which are with which Great Britain _
counties that have built good roads else,' and why should ricb'old B rai dipped in poison, consist of a point of The proclamation ; c-
and modem schools and churches' arenot' ford, with her 15,000 population stun r wood or bone, not more than an inch lines, and those'issued by ; :<
\ only getting ahead 'in farming ble' at it? .Will some ,one please rise long, and the size of a, toothpick, to ers involved in war
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and stock raising, but are growing in and. explain.. which is attached a little tuft or hairy i virtually identical 'It : ;

manufacturing, and advancing corn*,! Respectfully, fiber of.the silk cotton tree. The gun lowing as absoulute '
TV* mercially, intellectually and morally. H.C. PEACE. is"a straight bamboo tube, from five I Absolute : } -
r Those are hard facts for fas asVpeo. Lawtey, Florida. to six feet'long; with a sight at one First Arms of all ki ,

., end and a funnel-shaped expansion component parts. i ,

+++++ 1 1 1 1 i 1 till'"1111.+f++ waiting for what they think will be to fit the mouth at the other. The Second. Two "
+ a The principle is precisely the and cartridges of all :
same as
more propitious moment when
DO It NOW. + body is'an optimist rather, than every'.a the schoolboy's tube for blowing distinctive. component I :
+ pessimist. pnttyballs. Even the most expert na Three. Powder and .J'f"d'.t
do
Whenthey
undertake ,
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Building material is, low, labor is |more and they will find great difficulty as compared ,with firearms, but their Fourth.. Gun" I ,-
is boxes .
accuracy wonderful. limbers
military
abundant
and eager for wort, architect in securing as much attention in con -
Mr. Cobb gives the forges and their
I strnction following description
work and
in the '
and equipment : .
contractors have time ;
more > of
I of'their homes ere could be had the shooting of a deer: parts. I 1 i
now. ,
Bow to plan and contract. "A
-- carryout There good sized buck walked out of Fifth.1 Clothing and
are some concerns that could
than in periods of activity. Lumber not raise the money for bettermentsat the corn and 'stopped,' exposing ,to distinctly military I I -

,la cheap, machinery builders are anx.Soul such a period as this.' There are us its full broadside as we lay some Sixth. All kinds of :I ;

.' f or orders, pig-iron is much lowerin many men'who cannot afford to put I thirty feet'away.. ,Our hunter fired. distinctly military cl !

'; price than it ought to be to yield I money into the building of a home felt The animal gave a slight start as I he[ Seventh. Saddle draft l i I
the prick of animals suitable for
'a fair profit to the producer and to at present These ale not the Ones flank the arrow on his I use .
and turned Eighth. Articles'of
#4. many other things pertaining to buildIng we are considering. The one 'wh< completely around, .. .. .- I i
to machinery and to construction ought to do these things-are the one sniffing the air for a scent, and look. men ana tneir distinctive |I I

work the same things apply. who have the money available,' but ing around ere if searching for the insect parts. ;II I

every man,who knows this country who follow the general talk of the day that had bitten .him. Detecting Ninth. Armorplates. F i
and sit down and nothing, he stood'still and unalarmed. Tenth, Warships,
and its recuperative knows that do little or nothing, Ii
e this condition will sooner power or later give merely because they say times are At the end of a minute or so, his head and their distinctive |' I i ,i ;
way to abounding prosperity. Just i bad and "we will wait for 'better: dropped a little, as if be was sleepy. of such a nature, that !
The hunter stepped out in be used on a vessel of.war.Eleventh. .
times plain
loon sight
how:; that ,prosperity will, come i The deer I I I .
I This is loked at him and moved forWard Aeroplanes,
-J'9.9ne can say, but it may be much pre-eminently the time when: -
nearer here than 'many people 'an every'' man who expects to build a and not away from him, a few steps loons and air craft of all I I flI

r ticipate. Even, however, if it should home, a store or an office building, if stopped. He showed no fear, but their component! parts, I I I : '
simply and
be somewhat delayed in its coming, he has the money, should do it., This curiosity. accessories articles I I I -
s is the time when manufacturing "My companion and I rose and the for use in connection.
It. will'eventually be here in full every '
power., enterprise' which knows" that it three ,of us walked Quietly. within,, 'n.. and aircraft I '
reach of him. He made Tweifth. Implements '
The man who wants a home and has needs new machinery or the enlarge- no movement
: the money with which' to build it ment of its plant, and has the money to run away, but watched us intently, tus designed exclusively ,,\ .
available should do and shifted his position a little. His facture of munitions j '
r can build nowto better advantagethan the work now.
'when prosperity comes, and. at This is the time when our municipalities movements semed perfectly easy and manufacture or repair of J
should natural Absence of fear seemed the material for use on land
a much lower cost and with more care press as vigorouslyas : :
and attention on the part of contractors possible all of their improvementsin only observable change, until at the Conditional -'
and ,mechanics. The 'manufacturing order to get the benefit of the lower end !of three minutes or more; then he The following will be
concern that needs new prices of materials' now prevailing as lay down, not falling, but as natur- ditional contraband: '
Compared with boom ally as a cow or sheep when ready First. Foodstuff.
L equipment, or will need it when periods. Al ;
prosm ost for sleep. His breathing seemed Second. Forage and
over night
perity comes, can secure this ,equipment a change in business easy
today to much better advantagethan could be brought about if people who and natural Tt the end: of ten minutes for feeding animals.

it can do at a time when every are able to do this building and construction though he opened his eyes when Third. Clothing,
touched, his breath became ing,and boots'and shoes
i., factory is crowded and when machinery work would undertake it shorter ,
"now. and slower. Eighteen minutes ofter he use in war.Fourth. .
people are able to command a full SZ;
was struck Gold and
by the arrow be was
d plies for everything they turn out. dead." bullion paper money.

> ;ore are thousands' of concernsin EFFECT OF WORKMAN'S COMPENSATION Fifth. Vehicles of all :

' ', this 'country that fully intend I to able for use in war and +
'r1 enlarge their plants and have available : LAWS. .Not So Strange After'AIL ponent parts. t;

., at present the money which The other day in Chicago a teamster You may think it strange that so Sixth. 'Vessels, craft
- : reason' of the spirit of pessimism employed by a factory fell off the many people are cured of stomach all kinds, 'floating docks;
7. abroad, merely sit down and wait driver's seat and was crushed to death trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. docks and their component
taking the ground that they will do by his own wagon. His'widow claimed You would not, however, if you Seventh. Railway :

nothing until times are better. When damages from the firm and appealed should give them a trial. They fixed ,and rolled stock,
'.. times are better they will then rush to the state industrial accident strengthen and invigorate the stomach for telegraphs, wireless
ti like a flock of sheep, each one struggling board, whose duty it is to enforce the and enable it to perform its functions telephones. .
to be the first to enlarge his employers' liability act. Testimony naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish, Eighth. Fuel lubricants.Ninth.
plant or to buy new equipment and the showed that the man had visited two Wabash, Ini, writes:"Nothing did me Powder- and
cost will be the least good until I I
greater than it would be saloons that morning, and the defense began'using specially prepared
at present, and the plant will be under took the ground that he drunk Chamberlain's Tablets. It is dead for,use : -A
was Tenth. Barbed
wire and
r?' construction I agile the best
'under medicine
or enlargement avery t and the for stomach I
employer not responsible.The .
for
and
the time when it should be running widow trouble I have ever used." For sale fixing cutting the
however
was awarded
Eleventh. Horse shoes
to its utmost capacity tow turn by all dealers.
$3,500 compensation, 'to be paid by
materials. .
out goods. A,booni'period is no timeor the firm. .t '
wise Twelfth. Harness and ,
a in
r; expenditure the enlargement '

It is
easily seen why business corporations Thirteenth. Field I.
of plants. A
period of depres are SELECT FAMILY HOTEL
ion is the time for doing work, of their'' employees demanding! sobriety of TE FOR OUR_ es, chronometers and all ":
Employers' liability
r this kind. BOOK.LET"OTELWINDLE' tical instruments. I
acts are doing much to create
Thousands and tens of thousands anti-liquor sentiment and ,to further Cam M. sans attar ..
a 'of men in this country are intending to the cause of total abstinence and Cool comfortable tad mode,.. The worst case,no matter of bow
buQd homes for themselves, but I l prohibition. Convenient to steamship do b. are cured by the wonderful
are .
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and Heal at the-same time. : !
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J .tiT WE1SPkTE5NEWS: : Rt ; I minutes he "got a'bite,"and a bite it will Be'Hell .oa'Florida' ;

,.' rJiI ., Was,' too,. the' line, .a 3-4"inch .grass 'la,0 t0ber: h
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' 'rope' began to tighten Frank ''was

.\1 ;;: Yom... 1 I pulled overboard, a-lady'' screamed, c nsi.stentWitJ 'the -poU

& L /That Happening.. All Over' Florida- j l r and as usual there was quite a crowd United States 'of depending
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: on-the dock, some fiahing'and some ,
.''.,,' >!' }. ;;; As,Told/BY Our ExchangesE .I sightseeing, and Mesats. Runyan, citizens for- Mtkm'd.. ," cW '.

,...' ,t',,;':. .... I' Bowman,'Vaughn and several youngsters training'' them in time of -, =,

av--,. ,, were soon to the rescue and after that responsibffl in time
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'' ,. 7 ommisdoneri of Volusia coun- rOJ the start, andU inlay as three
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with block and tackle
. .#, "flaYthat working'eonvicta on the times both .of ,the combatants lolled landed, some a'ktime' shark''' estimated'to weigh there are,held each year a
* than'employ" over into the water.: The dog held on, national rifle and pistol
Jds is more expensive between 500 and 600 pounds ;and 7
which ::
and gradually the otter lost his are known as the
, '::ing free labor. feet, 4 inches in length. As to how -,
strength. ., Soon he.fell over lifeleSS matches. These matches
,i ;--- who The'combat was witnessed by quite a Frank got out of the water is a question der.the supervision and
citizens of France
to all but he soon deck and
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was on
t be volun- crowd the national board for the _
7 in Florida to '
residing the and the
I I pulling rope' enjoying
"- I <0 of rifle practice,' which is ;
of that
in the ,
per,for, service, army eatch.-St.-Andrews Journal.B. .
'. ojonbry, which is'now at war with Shrimps are being caught in large created by the act of
; W, quantities here now and are bringing this purpose and of which
: issued by George .
T Germany, was Johnson is enterprising farmer
fairly good prices.' Most ,of those tant Secretary of War,
consular agent at Pen &-
i'.Howe,,the who lives three miles northwest
caught are being.sold to the Brunswick Breckenridge,.is the
. .:CoiL- of Palatka. Mr. Johnson raising
.. Packing Company,'but as soon These matches are R
,v J,. corn, cane, potatoes and other staples -
at as the Fernandina,Packing Company annually by teams of
I' Company
1 The Phosphate Mining but it is of the,corn we wish to
either close down their complete their houses ,here, now in representing each branch
5 Nichols will
make special mention. A couple of
reduce the wages and numi course of construction, a ready; mar ular army and by teams
';?mines or stalks from field of
a seven acres abe n
employed. This will be a twill be'afforded the people engaged navy, the marine corps,
her of men seen at the board of trade roomsThey .
have in the shrimping business and military and naval
they
;hard blow to the miners as j' stand close',to fifteen feet high.
the national of each
i long it is believed that even better prices guard
_- ; Bred up close to their wages as I Mr. Carr, a Virginia stock ,farmer, I
: will prevail as soon as the weather territory; .and by
work.
had
> a* they have A who saw them the other day, said:
, ____ cools up and the product can be hand vidual competitors as well.
That's the stuff for the silo. Mr.
I' council of St. Cloud have led at less expense and with less loss fore the.matehes have I
The city
Johnson said he thought his yield
. decided to experiment with the sand* to the canneries. A big shrimp bass J held on the rifle range at x
, ; and have ordered the clerk ness is expected here this winter. would run from'sixty to eighty bush ry, Ohio, which is the
roads
'oil '
els to the acre, and in some spots
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but this
manufacturersof News-Record. country
,with Fernandina year
, to.get in touch would average at the rate of one hundred a departure and instead

the machinery and the procure sand and the formula oil- 'In an important opinion given by bushels. From one hill of three the matches all at one .

for mixing the experimentmine to Atorney General T. F. West 'to the stalks, the product of one grain of al matches are to be held. i

They are making block. About tax commission it. is held that the corn he counted eleven ears. Last to be participated in by
the cost per
c be laid. tax commission has no authority to season the land was in sugar cane and competing elements within

two blockswill change the valuation of items of I no fertilizer was used this year. When of Tennessee, Kentucky,

, the new' shrimp, canning factory: property for the purposes of taxationafter practical men get busy in a practical lina,.South Carolina, :
the valuation has been fixed by way Florida is g ing' to become as ma and
, ,which is in course of construction, is Misissippi r a.
and is expected the board of county commisisoners at famous for'staple crops of the farms known as national ;
progressing rapidly
: the annual of such board held it is now for citrus fruit.-Palatka "
, to be ready by the first of the month.' meeting I tion "B, and will be held '
had to hear complaints of property owners News. ida state rifle range -
-. It is even larger than our people ,
and is evidently preparin land take,evidence as to valuations ville, Florida, in October.
1, anticipated I Gainesville, Aug.' 17.-(Special.)-
4for a big business, and we hope their forkthe purpose of revising and equalizing The purpose in having ,
realized.- the assessment. It is held that The department gives notice that an matches this,year instead
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\ ,expectations maybe fully
.Fernandina News-Record. after this meeting and hearing a taxpayer act of Congress approved July 17, eral match, is to create a

,. acquires rights that. cannot be 'l914, provides that lands withdrawn est in rifle shooting by

Quincy, Fla. The.BallSYly.steratock ignored. or classified or reserved as phosphateor matches to the immediate

Farm will soon begin to shipasparagus other mineral lands can be entered, of a larger number of i Y/
from their 15-acre. field A large black bear crossed the rock I etc., under the land laws, but reserves to reduce the cost of and- $
road a ,mile south of town Tuesday I the mineral
which was planted three years ago. i deposits to the United participation. A further
A small quantity; was,cut last year night and went in the direction of the:, !States,'should any be found, together the latter end is an

which was of excellent quality. ,The sand fiats.on the southwest. Yesterday with the right to prospect the land rules which will admit

neW crop DOW''' ready. for market is morning several gentlemen organized i and remove the mineral.. In case an dividual competitors from I

'in fine condition This ia'a new'crop a hunt for the beast and put j I application is filed for any phosphate sities, colleges and

for Gadsden county and many truckers a lot of dogs on the trail, but the:"or5< other mineral reserved land must and colleges within the +

are watching its,dev.elop ent. dogs decided they did not care to have I i state that it is made with reservation ]It is expected that many

anything ,to do. with a bear during 1 to the government of the mining schools and colleges, and
The Florida cotton crop ii'betterthis.reu this hot weather and'they refused to I rights. The lands will be patented 1 those which maintain a
,than in"1913 and 1912 and follow the trail. If of under :
sportsman the laws
any existing with the re- will participate. In
far better than'the. ten year average, the county having a reliable bear dog I j I serration above mentioned. Any person ]preparations are being e

' according to a report just made'pub- wishes to have a chase, he will please I''; i qualified to acquire the reserved 1 holding of these matches.

) lie by the Department of Agriculture., communicate"with. F. M. Cooper, deposits may enter upon such landsas 1 to be held in conjunction
The- crop is rated at' 86"n July 25, Punta Gorda, and arrangements' will above
1 j are mentioned with a view nual.mateheS'. ,of the .
1914,' as against 82 'on"July' 25,1913, be'made to give this bear a lively T&11 to prospecting them upon the approval i ]Rifle Association, the :

1 and 75 on July 25, '1912, and as ception on his return from the oysterbeds .of. the Secretary of the ,Interior ter-state Rifle Association \..
against a.ten,year,average of 83. ...
below-Pant Gorda Herald.
i and filing a bond as security to I ]National Rifle! Association,

-Among those in the city who have The' other'afternoon as Charley all damage to crops by reason of such distinct, competitions '

, ,* become interested in the. rearing of Garrett and some friends were strolling prospecting'' The person acquiring lectively be styled the "i'L' .

| squabs for the local market is Mrs. down the branch near their home mineral rights to lands that ate homesteaded Shooting Tournament of .

A. Eo;:HeclfteJd/who.has"already aeJ they,heard a,terrible commotion in,a must pay the homesteader for A handsome illustrated b =

.quired a flock of:about 20 birds:at her shallow pool near by. At first they such land as he may need in connec just been issued by the[

.>'residence,on .South. Palmetto avenue, were under the impression that the tion with his mining operations. This 11 tary authorities' giving

where she has some very,convenient- noise made by 'a hog" wallowing in act, of course, does not apply to lands i I tion as to this tournament, __J
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4'ly arranged, buildings;for, them with the water, but upon
*'wire'enclosures in'connection as the lion they.were very much surprised other mineral purposes, but allows 22, inclusive, and will be '

PItou'are kept strictly'in 'eonfinementpaytona to find that it was a large trout floundering -j I,;persons to enter those lands whic shooting event ever held in '' -

""wr Gazette-Newt.' *- ,in; the, pooL MHr. Garrentt are not reserved, and as' there are A copy of,, thit'prorram"
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'} JsA 16-poumd,sweet potato,.exhibited dering' in,the pooL Mr., Garrett,hurried in some Florida eighty, the thousand vast majority acres of reserved whichis be formation obtained as upon to the app e '
to
the house and
by 8.' F. securing
Gibbs
on the streets this a gun, not '
morning as product of the PineHai shot the fish. It weighed about fourteen I thought to contain phosphate, Secretary, Southern
tounty.sofl created pounds, measured two feet and it will open up a big territory for,future nament, P..O. Drawer 27, ,,
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considerable
com- homes that has not been available tine Florida. These
,
four inches
meat and was1
"a'
from those who saw the big foot, broad d .
I for the last few Florida mark the formal opening
years-
*,taber. 'Mr. Gibbs says he never used across the back. Mr. Garrett and his i I Metropolis. Florida'rifle ; which + ,
family feasted range
an oonce of fertiUxer. Itwas, on trout for sev '
.,OB Us place at Fourth; street grown and mealsMaeclenay Times; ral'l Europe is not the only place having est in the country' next to _
All of the riflemen of
ry.
,Tenth Avenue soutlu-St. Petersburg ,DeSoto is war. There is an ice war in Fernan-'I
Independentt perhaps the leading cattle ale anxious, to see this
raising county in the state. It has dina and although it may seem paradoxical I are those' from other the

: c. K; MeQuarrie, demonstra. on its ranges at present doubtless a it promises to be,, a hot ice j country, and it is, pres
war. The price of ice last I I did not'
.tion agent, is very much opposed to greater, number of cattle than any, year was ,attendance will be very,,
80 Balkan .
cents block
a of two hundred J
,fir;puffing, 'maintaining that the other,county except, perhaps, Osceo-i southern railroads have ;
,quality of the com,with the fodder la. Shipments of great numbers of pound'. The city put in a municipal specially low rates for,the '
I plant, which went into I I | are bas-
per attic'from these two I operation near t
&pridates'froun 15 to 25 per counties have The executive officer of
CellF recently been ''the first of June and named a price ;;day ,for
made,
' : 'puffing is practiced to the western' marking ,up the Southern
,ffaerany here, but it would certajnly ranges and markets, some being in-'I of $3.50 per ton and in small lots 60 Tournament is General J. may be
cents a cake of 300 the cost. ..X
le -"r. tended for immediate pounds and 15i
and pound foolish" to slaughter and Foster of the Florida
eyap in it if it others for the of i pounds for 5 cents. This price exist- '' of the
damages the corn to purpose replenishing:1 and the ,administrative '
the extent that the supply of stock !jed i until the first of this,, week when a very
itjs) said to do.- cattle on the rang posed of officers of the '
,Madbon'Enerpriaeecorder.: ., es. The King Brothers and the Par the Southern Utilities Company madea and of the national guard time of .
I price of $2 ton 10 I II $54,000,000
hun
ker Brothers have shipped from Ar per cents a > states within the district
11'N may have a municipal cadia four solid trains of attica to*I dred and 5 cents for 50 pounds. TTc .

, man sea Pleat k which win be able to man western points, the last leaving only;!people are,keeping cool under the cbramstances" I I COST OF THE

, about 25 tons a day.' The a few days ago. This last train con and many industries that A daily expenditure of-$ .

town operates. std own light and water sisted of nineteen cars, each carrying depend upon cheap ice are developingand That is the estimated cost Federal .'

;: plant* and the exhaust steam and dis- about forty head, making about 760 some of which could not exist conflict between France, high cost

, sad l water from the plant is calcu- head altogether.-Tampa Times. without cheap ice. The shrimp business many and Austria. With I consid
. Llid
't' I to supply a 25 ton plant The and fish shipping business is now eluded it will bring the the '

sett is estimated to be about $26 per His ,face and eyes blown full of. growing to enormous proportions. It much higher sum. -

}set' the revenue from the'.sale of splinters and particles of dynamite,!!I is more than probable that the city At the time of the a _y

ar It Weald put.a neat sum in the city' J. Kelly, of Perrine, was brought to, plant will continue operations as they conflict there was much animals,' '

'l.f 7In i a short time. I the city hospital late yesterday afterI I can make ice cheaper than most any a possible European war that .

' I noon and is in a precarious condition'as j', plant in the United States of its size no one accepted it 4,183,000
J--.CJannce Smmnerlin, of Rivera the result of a and time. M. Jules Roche '
: premature explosionwhil'J' according to the figures given ontun t ,
2 Itrob recovering she from light-, blasting out pine trees on i from the .books of the Utilities plant French statistician, On

Jt mtttorm last received during after-I the property,near that place. He will lose i l;J-.as to the cost of producing ice, they the problem carefully and 'j. "y

l 011 Bu from Thursday sight of one eye, and the hope of 1 I,: are losing about $3 to $4 per ton at that a war involving the 148,690-
ri escape, death was a saving the other is slight, according, their present price. A great many named would cost $ ,

one and the shock left hi er to the physicians. There are no ce.(I customers of ice say they will patronize first two months, or $ "'

,3 i!ltti\ Font conditionWMe of standmirro.r rious wounds on the body, although it; the city plant while there are each.Most herd.'

t;' Dolt of a in her bed is badly scratched up. 'Details of"the i others who believe in the prayer, of the conclusions number '

. 1,' !,, ,***.rtrock lightning Mrs tore through accident have not been learned, but it;i, "Bless me and my wife, my son John by ,M. Roche were based has di- '
...:: Summer is understood '!
that Kelly of for
gland his
-A was bendir wife, us four and no more, expenditures 175,-
'' gold
chain
. Ik'was-melted .around her over the hole when the explosion occurred 'I and also the old adage, "Let every allowed for the difference head.

..,.i tamed ff-Fort and her shoe soles and the full force of the dynamite 'I man take care of himself and the dev- modern warfare is much ry increased

"!i;" Pierce News. struck him in the face. Dozens i il take the hindmost man." These even than warfare at the ; ; animals. ,

,,i_orbit." .quite out of the ordinary of splinters were removed from the people say that the first man who 'French-Prussian war. His the

1- !. ... : 't PensacolyFla. when I flesh and the eyes were tem"bly'lacerat' comes around and gives the biggiI sttions. may thus be with last

.:.;'1t+ni,but stoutly built band og', .Miami Metropolisjot I I I lump of ice will.get his patronage. |'I In January. 1871, the $160- ,
;, 'U 1. I Ij day to the French
,rather. largesizedt I Last I per $9,842-
...:( had -j' Thursday afternoon, about t Oily One "BROMO QUININE"t 'I cording to tre,Boreau- ,
strayed to a tim ter. 6:30, Frank Solomon depre- ,
foepd his a lad about'six- KIt tJae 1ftII Ie.call for fan name. LIZ cal report, was 16,000,000 .
:.. escape ant off by,i teen years of decided BROMO QOUONB. Lookfonipuueof '.11-
age he
'd4'The 'q almost 'I would 1 K.W.GaOVE. Cre a Cold Ia Ose--D.r. sec w 200,000); this for 600,000 -
his
met
; [ try his luck for a shark and baited coof-b sad headache and worka off cold. 2Se.
. b: "the otter showed fight the hook 'Ii"iI 1 I I arms. The'act al cost J>> : and we :_
with
several '
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: which it'cannot obtain OUR OPPORTUNITY.A .
J1-bi THE GERMAN" SIDE. aortfterritory, '
,, .'. t.. _:Repeated warning have been givenTthe until the German power to destroyed. treat war.m Europe will'probably ,
i.: "" people'of America that ;;the 'This U the German side of the controversy bring economic I advantages to
.. 4 f'DW- ".theocean and should receive doe consideration the' United 'States. It will enable it [ FLORIDA STATE PRESS .t
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j t! r 4 'NIsuaber,a j t', ;- : almost entirely through English soureesy fwm;a' $ -minded people, to sell its great crops in places which -, .
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# by that circumstance..' bound up,In contestants on both aides if there wu no war. '( :6-
very .
PaMiiked weekly aid -tm4 M .
| i of the'deplorable and destructive war. Almost, every industry will derive -
Jt.is more thanrprobable thatthe;; ,_ .. '
Nssai IIter..f... Pafia J Seldom to a man a hero to'a news.Paper and
"- American people are not folly'advised Miami Herald:! more or- less advantage. American Japan seems to have .
| 8tirkellieilay; w .
=Miami
Pensacola' News. Herald.
at reporter.-
investors and bankers should in
as to the underlying causes of the get,
.
I, THE JEW IN HISTORY. .."..'"
3 now.blazing in Europe and'we much;profit from, the ability to buyback ,, .
K %' Jt >K.;"g.- M tt"1. Editiesod'Otnier war Had you considered that'as a "man -- Atlantic City the regular S'title '
: from.Europe great quantities Bathing suits
EflUr should be ,slow in, expressing our seem really quite op-
'E// IT F.,E. RobMai, __ Associate, views of the righteousness' or :the without a eounththe Jew is the of securing -attractive, prices ,in 'pressure after the street'dresses women on "How to::Keep Well".,,,
sad Baldness Manager member' the races of the civilized fair Lillian has >
only
been
correctness of the standing of any one payment.for the. foodstuffs and raw ,have been wearing. Tunes-Union. arriving
until world who is not called to take material exported from the United tually'on time. -Pensacola Jo '
of the belligerents, at least we
191L -
Rr FRIDAY;, AUGUST 21, ; sides as a race with any special one States. '
,, are better advised than we are, now. ;f
1 Let's borrow the Ohio legislature
of the countries at in Europe? ,
war No honest
The United States become I. merchant will
Naturally the bulk of the American can ,, as which mm
met reduced
recently taxes and
( considered that the ,
Swat the gnats. too., people sympathize and would supportthe And had you it has this week, the world's greatest adjourned before sundown. Orlando the price of goods that have not]

: English' peoplein,any ,,righteo Jewishipeople; probably' will have market for capital, and if the American "': ought by him at advanced
Sentinel
Not
? yet,
conflict "
news than
la there any war more dictation*over the Miami Metropolis.
cause. They are of our own flesh and people rise' to their opportunity
I but soon. blood, their language is our language, the dynasties themselves- ? Money they can do a great deal to mitigatethe I "

The Kaiser is already beginning to their institutions' gave birth to our rules the world. I I disastrous economic consequences When the "rat" i eradication move If the tree does not blossom; -

f '. explain how it happened. government,'their laws have influenced And has your' attention ever been which would otherwise result in many strikes Jacksonville will the Times spring there'll be no fruit in the

; I our legislation and judicial decisions called to what place the Jew has countries from a great European war. Union suspend publication?-T cadia If[ a man is to be anything in juju']'
Germany's pride is the ,kind of really'in history The Jewish encyclopedia Enterprise.One ture he must .
give
In brief age
and we are knit to them by many a great war in Europe will some ..
pride that goeth before a fall. an exceptionally fine work, of it in his 'outh.-Qea1a
.. ties that do not bind us in the same give the United States an opportunity -

Europe is'so--e much like Mexico now I way to any other country.or nation. asks in its announcement: Did you of assuming the post of. world saloon was closed in Ocala recently .;i

that Huerta won't feel homesick.. Ordinarily, next to the English people -. know that a Jew- banker, by supplying capital freely to I on account of bad business. AU The eccentric linotype mans ..

our friendship and our sympathy First set foot on American soil countries and individuals in all parts'of of, them should be closed on the same. the perversity that occasionally! '
' The War over hj Mexico is over, but as a discoverer with Columbus the who 'I mates. him, set it : The "
would go out to the German people, globe, need it and can pro- grounds.-Arcadia Enterprise. up fe
the war over in Europe is not over. who just'now are beset with enemieson Financed the first expeditionof vide the required security. Should of the species! is more deadly/

f every side. We have hundreds of Columbus and without interest the American people take advantageof the mule." The proofreader!
Germany expected to tango through ? Now, is the time for the nations. of -
that the stay.-Tampa Times.
thousands of blood our golden opportunity afforded to
among
Belgium, but she is hesitating in Made the map of the world the Western hemisphere ,to form a
sturdiest and best citizenship. they. them by the outbreak of war, it will -- -
,stead. which Columbus used on his first hollow square and attend to their own
t' are our friends and neighbors in this mean not diminished but increased The Times-Union says that theser
business. Pensacola News. .
The schoolboy is now: counting the country, they are freedom loving public ,voyage? ]prosperity ..for ,the. United States getting ell Europe bythe i
few days that remain of his summer spirited citizens, loyal to the coun- Invented the quadrant and the London'Statist. At this distance it looks mere &.

.vacation. try of their adoption, they are Ameri sextant, necessities 'to neyiga- ..-..-- .-- "Clothing women with the ballot" Europe were getting the kaiser.-by-]

I cans. tion of the high seas? WHY THE :WAR IN EUROPE? may be an improvement on the fig ears...;;.Lakeland Telegram .>

The newspapers are making every The judgment of of the American Received the first'message of The growth sentiment fore. leaf costume, but it affords no super- i'""

piece of war news last as long as a people at this particular stage of the Columbus anonuncing that he had shadowed in the following article by flous drapery at that Tampa Times. The Dilton Gazette is .b ;- :'-

Christmas turkey. discovered a new world? Wilhelm in the New about the -Caches
.. developments in Europe is that the von Bungren weighing

7:t Uncle Sam's big ditch at Panama emperor of Germany and the autocratic Loaned Washington $600,000 York World, tells, why a ,big war in There was a whale lot of excitement pound. Hu. we have them ia:!

s.. was opened to the commerce of the system of which he is' both the to aid in his campaign at Valley Europe was inevitable."I about the reservists going, to their town weighing from 83 toil: <<.:

: world Saturday, August, 15. head and the exemplar, have forced Forge? notice that you have somethingto colors, but there was much more excitement a fair average of about 115,-.I

'. the war which is now sweeping over And that Jews- say about the danger of German than reservists.-Times-Un. ink Breeze.
Belgium tried to as an innocent To the number of five were I _
pose Europe, and that he has done it for autocracy'overrunning republicanism ion.
bystander and got hurt as innocent the purpose of selfaggrandizementWith with Columbus when he first sailed Referring to democracy astit 'existsin I Mr. Merchant, you carryon

bystanders sometimes do. him, under the present light into unknown seas? France and America, that result \ your life for the benefit of ";

R'' A' Vouchsafed the people of this country, Were among the settlers in would be a blessing. German imperialrule A wise philosopher,says-A reform family. Why not carry an ; '
Wonder if Roosevelt knew he was nine of the original thirteen colonies er is a man who is determined to givea I
cannibalism when he ate the American people have no sympa is best for civilization, for law ment regularly! in the columns of 1
of '
a
guilty '
thy. With the German people we ? and justice, and those who protest thoroughly satisfied community home paper as business

those monkeys- in a South America. have the greatest sympathy and af Received a notable letter from should join the issue now or.keep silent something doesn't want.-Miami That's what advertising anion

"Moratorium" means a period during fection. George Washington, replying to Herald. -Zolfo Truth. 1fJ

> which an obligor ,has a legal We have been friends, always, with their congratulations, at the "Be. sure also of one thing-the .fi

jight to delay meeting an obligation. France, which, like this, is a republic, close of, his second, administration .German army can whip the combined A hot wave doesn't get a fair showin Los Angeles keep a public,(

l 'a' and with Russia we have always ? armies of the'world in open field, and Florida. About the time it'gets er as well as a'public

R"} You can't put quart'into a pint maintained friendly relations, altho Are founders of the Negro race the Britishers will soon find this but working: good one of these afternoon Is it posisble that we are ap '

flask, but you can get more than a that country is an autocracy, with and also of the Chinese? to their dismay and amazement showers washes it 'away.-Orlando the time when there is to be ar

_' quart of trouble out of the same which this free government can have Have given to the world a long French, English and Belgians will Sentinel balance in the courts?-Miami:
;' uk.I list of its most eminent statesmen tropolis. :;'
s. nothing in common. shortly be driven from the field like -
Arcadia has banished cows from On one side of the great struggle scholars, poets, philanthropists cattle before the whip hand of the A contemporary "the Ever -
says
'. that is arraigned England France financiers, reformers? The German A Clearwater minister tamed
do drover.
her streets. Any town can and military machine glades Florida's assets."
are ,greatest
the not in Rusisa, and on the other The announcement has started many is irresistible and for the church notice In for the, Sa .
of
;, if the owners cows are Germnayand as We agree if.he will leave off the last
; Austria-Hungary 'to persons to thinking and the New fleet have succeeded in Clearwata u usual, tau; .
the majority. say nothingof they already letters of the last word.-Zolf oSprings
L e the lesser nations involved.It York Evening Journal carries the information completely fooling the. silly British. three Truth.Congressman. being "What Shall I Do Witi,

The Germans are now shouting, "On must acknowledged that at even farther in its comments If you want to be on the winning side Life?" Between the news editai.

to Paris." The Federals shouted "On.: present this country is eagerly look upon the questions we quote: give Germany'fair play in your col- linotype man and the proof.: -

to Richmond four years before they ing for the victory of the three first The Encyclopedia gentlemen might umns."I .1MONEY Hobson's prophecythat appeared in the Sun "What ShtSll.

reached Richmond ,I named over the two last named, and have added," says the Journal "Did the next great war of the world With My Wile?" The ehureacrowded. -

a: The United State. has lately ratified ..; in that eagerness it is just possible you know that a Jew wrote the Ko- SAVING ADS. would be between the, United States .-St Augustine Record::?,

I that we are doing ran for Mahomet, and supplied him The who makes
18 special peace treaties with a great injustice to manor woman .

countries that Uncle Sam would be the German nation and to the German with the interesting mixture of Christianity weekly practice of reading the advertisements ................... ....................N
ashamed to fight people. We ought to be fair and Buddhism upon which he in The Telegraph is the

and view the situation from all sides, based his religion? one who knows where to shop economically -

IWe have a growing suspicion that before, we pass judgment. "Did you know that Jews were' physicians where the best values are I Progressive Business Firms In SlarkLIof !}%

f i more printer's ink than blood will be From the viewpoint of the German advisers and the brains of offered for the least expenditure ofmoney.

shed in the European war, as in the this is a struggle between the Slav many, of the .Middle Age rulers, at '.

case of every war. and the Teuton, in which there is very the time when persecution was most Our merchants are not spending Readers the Telegraph,will: find it to .theiadvantage'to k:1:

great danger that the civilization being savage? their for advertising in '
money space trade with the firms
More deaths have occurred andmore' : repI
"Did know that
built up by the German will be you six hundred The Telegraph without having some-: j
damage has been done alreadyin Jews in one day mounted the scaffoldto resented in this directory. ;
compelled to give away to the reactionary thing enticing to offer )'ou. ,
the newspapers than'the European be burned alive, when each one ,."
and ignorant and brutal Slavic They are not spending their money '
s' war will bring about. civilization.,, It is maintained by very might have saved his life by signing with the expectation of making a few MMMMMMMMMMMMMJMMMMMMMMMMMMM

An"uhlan",is a lancer.who is arm able' representatives of' Germany in a 'denial of his own religion? sales at large profits. They could not MMtMMCMMMtMM*
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ed with lance, pistol, saber and carbine this country, that for twentyfiveyears 'The,Jews have done many courageous survive under such conditions. -g

and is 'employed 'chi fly- as a the emperor has struggled to and useful things in this world They have marked their goods at HEAL ESTATE. 4 ; .' FURNITURE. :'
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ft
skirmisher or c a scout maintain peace in Europe and to keep But their best and most importantwork the lowest possible margin of profits, ......................MM ...........f
I back the swelling tide of Slavic'invasion'of remains to be done. They can and are depending upon their adver- '. ..._.
Many young, men point with prideto western Europe. To this end be'relied upon to keep alive the theory tisements to bring their offerings to .......................... NN NN
their famous fathers, but the fathera' that church and state must be .
he has built up an immense army and the attention of the people. It is the a COMER L. PEE FURNITURE
in-the majority of'easel cannot has, inculcated the highest military kept separate. They can 'be relieduponin most effective method df publicity. : .

return the compliment'r .. spirit, with the sole idea of 'preserving this country to keep alive the they can employ. Florida Real Estate, Land" and almost anything dae ?it
-
.. politics of the great cities-for theydon't might want 1.--
and advancing western civilization They
are depending entirely
the of rise upon
should .
Why price sugar Ttoriwr Expert.: .
.. when we are expecting little and the and culture. They insist the war want cheap jobs-they: want the up-to-date, mercantile policy of \. HULL'S DEPARTMENT I

home supply is larger? Somebodyhas was forced upon Germany by the mobilization good government and good jobs. many quick sales at small profits.It 83 yean Experience at StarkevMMMMMMMMMIMMM; STORE, r
:
"The Jew be relied .
of the Rusisan army, which can upon to will more than you'to read
his hands in oUr pockets. keep alive the protest against injustice pay .............,......., ...... NN N/NN .
I the emperor tried by all diplomaticmeans the advertisements carefully> every '.

If Italy remains neutral in the war prevent, but without avail. and oppression.. The Polish'Jews week, and when shopping kindly.mention MMMMHMMMMMf' *.;:

we will have our usual supply gar- With a great Rusisan army on his that gladly risked their lives without The Telegraph. *;{

lie and spaghetti and can worry eastern boundary, fully armed and pay to take .into Russia the revolutionary DRY GOODS. .. .. .* f DENTISTS ;S'J

along without the Limburger cheese. equipped for invasion, with the Aus- literature that Kropotkin himself Why is Japan going out of her way .................. ..
'to. tro-Servian incident as the pretext, did not care to take in are types to help Great Britain at this time? -
' has the e'J................... .
The Clearwater Sun
same the German emperor found that there of tens of thousands. The Jews are Does she expect to need help herself '. .-r-J'!'

'name and the same telephone number was nothing for him to do but to fight distributors of ideas as well as goods. in the near future, and is she taking W. MORGAN' .' DR. U. G..TURNER J-

as its 'contemporary Sarasota, but for his country and for the civilization "Unfortunately, their race is spoken I:her present course to place Great '. 'DENTIST *-:
it has nb Rube its staff. Headquartera for ,. h
.. Ally on of most often in t '
1 that the German people have connection with i Britain in a position where the latter Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, .. Edwards Bonding ;

1F F If Carnegie really wants to die built up. The celerity with which his some respectable money lender. But can't refuse to help ,when called ,< Dry Goods NotIou, ,Ete. .:: Upstairs over

; poor, we suggest that he start a few army was mobilized and the war com money lending is pot the chief, work upon? Is our Uncle Samuel inter- .
t; newspapers where they arenot, need menced, but was evidence, say his of Jews, and the Rothschilds and oth- ested in the answers to these questions .. ..........e...... ..... POI&d

ed and then support them until they apologists in this country, that he ers are not .the Jewish race-merely ? .

can stand alone., has forseen that the time would come the lowest step in the race. I .
defend' "The Jews are valuable to this 'The United States is fortunate inhaving
t when he would be obliged to country .
Most of the war news to being the fatherland against the Slavic because they believe in equalityand a level-headed president at

served hot for breakfast, cold for dinner hordes pressing on his borders and independence, in schools that this time, a president who has enough DO YOU NEED OLNEMOWING |

;' and hashed for supper. We are attempting. to gain control of the Ad- teach facts apart from any religious common sense and poise and force of J..
,
getting the same 'news in different riatic. teaching in government that deals i character to -prevent any entanglements

style three times a day. The charge that England has insti- with affairs apart on this planet and on our part with the warring' MACHINE. RAKE. HAVE
nations in the old world
.--- gated much of the trouble in a desire refuses any alliance with any religious PRESS, STALK CUTTERHARROW
A friend asked us the other day .:-r
I to curb and control the growing Ger- theory. Did you know that thereare The ice war in Fernandina is a '
what would do if we had a mil- .
we man trade; that France is actuated by a million Jews in the city of New for the ? "
good thing
consumers now
,
We work .
.: lion. We told him nothing "
: for the'loss of Alsace and York? ,
It- had the revenge but if the ice{trust puts the municipal -...."
for we money
money. Lorraine and that: Rusisa desires It is rare to find a collection of facts 'business '
out of the
why work? Isn't that logical? that plant consumers DEWITT C. JONES'HARDWARE
are more interesaing than these
A will have to pay all of the trust's

c What is the rise-of wasting time in I -,.--/How'. This? ,\-they able thoughtfulness should be read in with those consider-Gentile losses later on.- LUMBE

'" educating our tastes to eat guavas, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward homes where n whether :.. ,. -y",,',
This eternal about
: I ignorant intolerance of argument -
for of Catarrh that
case
fi cheese'and such rot, when' any
limburger' that cannot ber cured, by Hall'a Catarrh: the Jewish race prevails.-Miami Me- a morning paper is better than an ,-
there' are so many good things Cure. tropolis. evening paper, or an evening paper
?
tastes
we can eat without. educated I F. J. CHENEY Jk co.'Toledo OWe \ Now what do e think I u better than a morning paper, makesus The few cents that can'be saved by says. that:a "house divided;,
the undenltTtid. have known F. J. you a. weary -
It is evidently not a.violation of Cheney for the last 15 ream and believe Gorman, fighting in Belgium, would tired A good paper is a good paper buying goods away,from homers in, itself cannot stand"y 3
: Wm perfectly honorable In ail buatneat
matter when it is
: to kill her husband -' transactions and financially able to is no published your-,community to,::the'exr '
the law for a woman carryout say we could hand him a fat mul- juring : ,-A federal Investigation had
any obligation made by nU arm.
sr in Chncago. Fifteen women NATIONAL BANK 0? COMMERCE. let with a hunk of corn,bread and a Many of the newspapers want Jack tent of many dollars by retarding, priggress : started 'to determine whether!'

fm have been acquitted of the charge of .r t Toledo, a Florida pineapple by way of dessert? Johnson sent to the ,front to stop and the increased val, tiolof this .European: war''hasT 1;K
'
murdering- men, in the last three Haffi catarrh Core U taken'Internally -TimeS-Union. Limburger cheese German bullets. We want line whiten all kinds of propertyincluding;your cost'of'living 'in the,-United.Ask'Zather. .

. 181-? years in that'city. We have no ground acting snrfaces directly of upon the system.the blood Testimonials amd mucous sandwich, a stein of Babarian beer :n to.whip him first and after,that: owes tend together and/together .' He pays the;

,' for criticising: the verdict in tb Call, by seat all free.Dn Prica IaUI.75 cents' per bottle. 'Bott. and a plate of sauerkraut- would. suit they can send ,him anywhere. they 1 all u'pi aPer. Di'vide' prospeijity -' '"

: t ....,> late case in Paris. *. 1lMl1IaD..1'aaDl1IDI let.......tlaa. him better.r please. ( will_flee.; You,know,that,,.tie.Bible, I Telognph1.b0perycar;; : { ,t'r
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Uli Informttion' 1 1CiwiW We have been requested to announce i 14 'G rotate ait h ohfcra* ef t-ni-: I' ', t.; '_


\4 that all persons who want : ,,"11m cmi 011achidelittle h..Wi ts arv' .
"' their names to the ballot :
lsr1-N appear upon
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orth1w.maturt'
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1'1.4' M, : rr r... u a candidate in the coming city I II h

.4 '' election must present their petition Ittu> attboh atike..aU rrat fraiti ;

\ $ ...<:_ to the city council at the special meeting -
r to be held .Gm.auuu.u.m e 1r ,
Friday evening, August
1. .i-....41..r It 1MttaD',,; I Our feed' ia u good u the best, the 28, when the ballot will be made up. ica i 4:
Phone U 8.144 prices are right also. Try a'act of ft1" III tti1! k S atarb: 1
1 : estndiest.
i our Domino dry fe cL Hulls 'De- '-
Quality,. desirability are combined
;:; .W.. aDd eoeo eo1L' Phone U partment Store. for'I
t-. .. ia this sale of Palm
o. '
1[ Mr. C. W. Temple, of 'Jacksonville, Beach : '
<. o' Salts.. Regular $7.50. "' M .f
: -qff/,1
: 'i,$c Aeriein wire at Hull's. Depart iiir. has been employed here in helping suits for $5.90. Regular $10.00

to roof the new school building, $: :
J' eta I I!returned home Tuesday.! silk suits at $6.90. J. M. Aim j arIit

:,t,y' W. A. Femll was a visitor:to rez- .

.Monday. I I When you need a nice shirt go to .

Hull's Department Store. Neckties, Ser ft doses 'ftfig wiU break any <

f Levies'; Slipper Sale Saturday hose j or anything you need for your case of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. .

:: at's ,Sunday dreu.I For dry goods. Leviton. war in Europe and the fighting qualities' LAWTEY. i

.. I Mr. H. L. Mott has moved his family :respectively of the French and Mr. and Mrs James D. Randall returned '

:/} 3S.. B.. T. Rape made a business Mr. J. I. Waters and son, J. E. Wa- here from Hilliard and will begin The Telegraph office has added a the German armies, the German deJivered to their home the first of the

:: trfp"toLawtay. Monday. I I'ten, and nephew, Wililam Waters, of the erection of a dwelling house near copy of the Merriam Webster's New an ultimatum and the Frenchman week, after spending several months ,I

"j'l : $3.00 hats for $1.00 at Worthington, were in Starke on business the new schoolhouse as soon as he International Dictionary to its library* proceeded to mobilize along the in the different parts of the north.
Indies'
Monday. ,ean' make the necessary arrange and in the future this standard German's frontier when some neutrals Mrs. Geo. W. Brown and little son, .
,4i I, Saturday. I I I ments. work will be used, exclusively
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Mr. Ted Halligan, cashier of the intervened and an armistice was Clifton, left last Thursday for a few

' .{ ;/Farming implements of all kinds at Bank of Starke, is enjoying a vacation The Starke Grays played the Law in this office. This wonderful declared, but hostilities may begin weeks' visit with relatives and friends
.
. :4 Huil'i Department Store. I I I this week'on' a fishing trip to The- tey team on the home diamond on creation and is is the last word in dictionaries again at any time in North and South Carolina.
t recognized a; ,authority Hon W. H. Biggs, of Green Cove
: rues and Lake Geneva. Thursday of last week and won by a
Rain
and '
$10.00 throughout the
United
:15.00,17.50 States. It
Springs, was a visitor at the home of
score of 7 to 3 and de On Tuesday morning the writer
on Friday
111 j CIlIa at J. M. Aware ?s. !1 Hon. N. A. Blitch, of Tallahassee, feated Macclenny by a score of 14 to contains over 2,600 pages and defines found a specimen of the fungus that :his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Harley, last ,
a member of the Florida railroad more than 400,000 words and has 6000 Thursday and Friday.Mr. .
is
'ij t Hr. Ellery Davis has been on thhdckWt e s. locally called buzzard nose. We
illustrations.The .
,F this,week. commission, visited relatives and have not learned its botanical classification Bryon Hubbard, who has been "

_ friends ,here this week. Some people never hand in an item or its real name, but the nameit spending several weeks here with relatives

,. See the special bargain Bonn Have fellows those blue of news for publication, but if we Hoover Brothers have presented is known by here is very Suitable. left last- Monday fcr'hLt e home r
seen
you happen to miss item in which the Telegraph, with the compli- in Springfield, Mass.
an theyare
J Stump's Saturday. The thing grows in one night like a
,
tat I suite? If not had better
l' ( serge you interested they are sure to hand ments of the season, a beautiful photograph mushroom. We know this because we Mr. H. C. Peace was a 'visitor to
down and them. $15.00 each.Hull's .
.' BUMMER Have your house come see us a north pole stare that would of a sunset scene at Kingsley found it in the morning and it was Jacksonville last Thursday. ,=

!-tom, Jones, Hardware. I Department. Store. freeze the liver of a polar bear. lake, which they developed'and 'I not there the day before. In fact, it Mrs. James Sheppard and children = ;

,. colored.' The picture shows a grove deft a few days ago for North Georgia .
Mrs. J. C. Robinson returned homeI ,was not in the same neighborhood ,
visitor to or
I,1 Mr. N. Sternberg was a We are here to give a' of
you newspa noble trees festooned with
t Jacksonville Saturday with her father, Mr. H. L. Spanish we could have smelled it. The buzzard where they will spend; a few .
: : Wednesday. I per. We don't want any item to es moss and a portion of'the lake I weeks with relatives.i N
Lewis, for a visit of two weeks with :nose grows about two inches high. It :
''n i 'Mr.:H. C. Waters made a business her parents at Jasper.Mr. cape us. However, we can only be atone with a rosy sky and purple clouds in is a yellowish pink in color and in appearance Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill Were visitors t .

itrtp to Jacksonville Wednesday., place at a time. If you see ,an the background and the reflection of I H resembles buzzard's to ,Jacksonville and St;Augustine

i H 'I and Mrs. W. H. Phillips and Item getting away from us, please the trees and sky on the glassy surface claws more than a beak., a In smell it the first of the week. *:.

1 .Quenchyour thirst Prompt de- Mrs. h. F. Phillips are spending the capture it and send it or bring it to of the lake. It is a' dreamy, Mrs. Rosa Ott, of Gainea &e, is a '
resembles
else
nothing earth for
'.. ,1hIr7.. ,Phone 34. -.8144t.It .,I weak at Kingsley lake, the guests,of this office. peaceful scene, and from an artistic it emits the most villainous on odor,that guest for a few days at ,the tome of

Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Limb&ugh. standpoint is a thing of beauty. Mrs. E. D. .
Mr. J. R.Dover, of Hampton, wasla When a town ceases to grow it begins !. ever offended human nostrils. A compound Sayles.

1 J: : Starke on business Wednesday. Jasper Chase went to Palatka Wednesday to die, and the more people try to Does advertising in The Telegraphpay of carrion, Limburger cheese Mr. R. Prevatt, of Plant ,py, itfspending .

J'. l' where he has secured a position kill each other's business in their own ? Ask J. B. Florrid. and the noisome odors of Hogan's a few days with relatives '
: or fi dosesof 666 will break any Week before and
friends in
5 handle Later town the will creek in Jacksonville would look and near Lawfc$i. i
in a factory. on more readily utter rain last he announced in the Telegraph like .yi
Fever or-OilDa. Price 25e. -
: Mr. J. T. Moore
f "he win move his family to' that city come to all Stand together for tin that he had thirty cents compared with the malodorous ,who. has beta clerking .
opened up a repair in Jacksonville
for
the
past
;' few
Kr C. T. Gordon, of Raiford, was advancement of every citizen. If a buzzard nose.
.. shop on Thompson street. The
Messrs. Joe Manasse, Jr.; 'Hart months, returned home the fill of theweek
i Ja Starke on business Saturday. man shows ability to prosper do notpuU
I next day work began to come in from
Stringfellow, John McCarthy and -- and is now clerking in thj store
l arTe him back.EAUSTINE. Stake and Mr. Ab Johns, who is an employeeof
neighboring towns and is
| When thirsty phone 34. 8-14-4t Holland Fay, of Gainesville, of Mr. R. R. Thede. ,:'
meat ,
still coming in and Mr. Florrid informed the Robinson market, sur-
camping at Kingsley lake this week. CLOSET SYSTEM Revival services are being conducted -
Mr. Claude Alvarez, of Jackson- a representative of the Tele prised a young colored boy known as i
*. I For home, stores and all public build at the Baptist church this week,
i;i vflle, was a visitor to Starke Wednesllday. Some bargains-Sguare edge 'd d- ings. Requires no running water, cess graph that he has enough work already "Pickles" in the act of trying to work and the gospel tent on the par ". (

.. .., ing |12 per M, ceiling at $8. A few pool or sewer connection Approved to keep him busy for some time. the combination on the cash drawer Honk! honk! Who's coming Itt is1 re

window screens, at 10 cents each.- Does advertising pay? Does fire early 'Saturday morning. Mr. Johns I .. .
by Boards of Health. Costs less han hard tell
to as so 0 bt
a U:.. ,Nancy Lee and daughter, of Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. burn? came down'town about five o'clock I many merchants
j I Highland, were visitors to Starke on I cess pool or sewerage systems. Forsale : Saturday morning to the I I are 'getting in the automobile." .
open market -
!. ;I Monday. I Mr. F. P. Shaffer, Dr. Othma L. by the Quigley 1 Lumber & Supply Congressman Frank Clark, whowent The streets were deserted and t

f Miss Gladys Prescott of Sampson Haynes, Mr. J. E. Wilson and Mr. :En Co. to points in South Florida a,few still and before he reached the market f HORSES WORTH $122.00 j 1iAc ;.

i .Citr: ,, U visiting her. sister,, Mrs.. rv gere MrLarin, of Atlanta, Ga,'ap "t It pays to buy the best, both days on business, reached his home he heard the bell on the cashdrawer I Washington, D. C., Augcit' 20- '

t'" Edwards. the week-eld: fishing at Smith !akc. for the sake of economy,and the here Sunday afternoon, and is being ring repeatedly. He found I The Florida horse is now wortt $122
I.I' heartily greeted by his host of friends. the door locked and wondered if the s
head
'The best line of ladies low shoes in satisfaction there is in I per according to a report just
'We 70 proof gasoline, 20c, a 1 possessing Congressman Clark will probably place haunted. 'He unlocked the issued
carry town, satin, patent leather, gun metal was by the United States |J,>epart.o 4
t 'faHon. The best for your auto. Hull'si and vid in fact, any thing you might a good article. You will leave this afternoon for Washingtonto door and opened it and yelled, "Hello,, meat of Agriculture, }'ha year
,
Department Store. .. 'I want In low shoes. Hull's Department find what you want here. 'J. to resume his duties. Local rural freedelivery there!" and a wooly head and a pair ago his average value wag i 118000. 1

Kn. Store. Alvarez. carriers are ,lauding Mr. of big eyes bobbed up from behind There, are 65,000 horses on tlwi'farms' '
W. s. Graham and
f"i' children,
Clark for his asistance in securing the counter. The head and eyes belonged of this state and they are'Eahud at
j t'.of Raiford, were visitors to' Starke Mr. and Mrs., M. Mr. and Mrs N. B. Hull left on the of bill which will make "
: I Leviton motoredto passage a to the aforesaid "Pickles. H e $&,710,000.In u
I : Friday and Saturday. Ocala Sunday and Mrs. Levitonand Wednesday for the north. Mr., Hull their monthly salary $100. Gaines i that a'white '
,*,>0< ________ explained boy had sent 1910 the number of horses in
:t,1.fl j; Floor -just what you have been f daughter, Rosa, remained for ariait will spend about two weeks in Baltimore ville Sun. him in to get some change and that he this state was 46OOO.and had/an ag

;[ wentta*.Quigley Lumber A Supply with relatives and friends for a and Mrs. Hull will go to had unfastened the screen on the rearwindow gregate value of 5,014JX)0. "\
Hempstead L. L for several ,The Telegraph is printing thou ;
weeks
'r. few days. in order to in. He could In the 'entire
get United
1 States there
.
I ands df "Booster" the
I'" '" for the benefit of her health. envelopes for ;
not master the'combination and failed are.20,962,000 horses and teey
i i Hardware,I :tools harness, screen Mrs. S. B. MiUigan returned to her progressive business men of Stark are
The of J. F. Johnson to open the drawer and all he gotfor. worth $2,291,638,000 or flOS-ff each ;
name should l
.t#, win, paints of all kind and colors at ,home in Monhrie, Ga., Saturday, af- Every '"Booster" envelope mailed his :
B n> Department Store. 'ter a visit of alt: weeks here with Mr. : have appeared upon the list of qualified .from here means an advertisement pains was a scare. CHRISTIAN CHURCH flCES. _

: f- _, and'Krs. H. M. Brownlee.' electors) but Mr. Johnson did not I and a boost.for our'city, and much Next Sunday Rev. Ernest'!; House
j :. 'i;Miss"Anna Pinholster, of Gaines- register before the list was made up good is expected to result from their SALE OF SCHOOL BUILDING. will preach at the Christian{church '

I .vflU, .is the guest of Mr. and.Mrs. J. Mr.: and Mrs. S. M. Crews, of Lough for publication. However, he qualified use. On the front of the envelope is The trustees of the Starke High] at 11 A. M., on "Choosing 'a.Master,"
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T./C.' Qdgky. this week. man, ,visited Mr. and Mrs. A. S. in time to give him a right to an artistic design, the centerpiece of School desire' to give this notice that and at 7:45 P. M., on "Judas I eariotr" ;'

r !J T ; I ii Crews Friday and Saturday while'on vote in the coming municipal elec which is a photograph.of a beautiful they will receive sealed bids up to 10 _,One.'week from 'next Saturday and ,
o 1.1Iee cream ,freezers, crater1F i their to o'clock A. M., on' Monday the 7th
way Baltimore and New York. tion. strawberry plant, bearing blossoms Sunday the Christian churcaaa of ,:
"Ill and hammocks below day of September, 1914, for the sale "
and ripe fruit lithographed in colors. Bradford county win hold :a(county
,
Embroideries at Leviton'a.All We to
try print all the items that of the lot of land with improvements
apM at'Stmrp'L.8tate On the back of the envelope is an ad- convention in the hriatiaq;,#?cl1urch '
are news, or that will encourage, helpor thereon upon which is now located the
ti Treasurer grades of lumber, sash, doors, vertisement setting forth the advantages here. A good program hai':jetn prepared
J.: C. cheer
Luning, of any of our citizens along old school building in Starke,'FJa.
paints, and in fact for .and a large attends C4 Is
&Tallaaasie jrai i I everything of Starke as a location for an F'
in
life's
Starke on spe' rugged road. We all doubtless ,
few "Thursday. building and improving your home, to homeseekers and business enterprises.The +++++++++++*+*++++* ticipated. ; !> .., '
be had at the Quigley Lumber ,,& would enjoy reading all the news + -.. rt..; ,

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with Mr.Tand our policy is to turn over to the gos- last Friday by the Methodist Sunday f The revival meeting at !ith'a New
voHBoay Mrs. F. A. Scott +++++++++***.++++*4
We sips the of scandals River Baptist church jlast
have spreading that
r.t UtagsUylake.fa > fresh groceries coming in school and a number of friends who closed; Sunday -

1,0',1\. every day, give us a trial and be convinced only leave sorrows in'their'traiL were invited, was a very enjoyable WANTED-To Wainright Starke.buy 50 hogs. 8-21-2t N. D. : after ten days of prajerf'ul' effort 3

type cannot do justice to, I,I that we have as good as there A game of ball between Starke and occasion. 'There was an abundance on the part of pastoc:ani peo

E doe new line of Men's $4.00 and is in Starke. Hull's Department Lawtey Tuesday afternoon interrupted of fish and other good things to eat, FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry pIe. The pastor, Rev. William: :k. Mal- t

.yyOjtats. J.M.AlTarez- Store. by rain.at,the end was of the- the weather was auspicious and ev- plants, $2 per 1,000. Enoch Griffin phurs,was ably asissted Hy':Rev.. F. k

I I erybody present'njoyed the day thor- ; Lawtey. 8-14-6t B. Johns' and much good was Accomplished.
fifth .. .
inning, when the stood 4 .
f score
f'Mr.
Grover Thomas, of Newberry, Mr. William E. Bradley and family oughly. Rev. B. T. Rape and a number The church was thpraughly \,
,fYww I his have to 3 in favor of Starke. Starke has FOR SALE Quart bottles and fresh '
brother, Mr J. J. Thomas,' moved from Jacksonville to their of young men seined the lake for -: revived and there were 14:additions i
F it s.: IJo i Saturday till Monday. farm near Starke. Mr. Bradley says won two out of the four games played fish on Thursday afternoon and madea mustard seed. R. R. Prevatt, Commercial to the church. Large congregations t
I I with Lawtey, but Lawtey not
may Hotel 8212tFOR
'j :- .FrecI E. Bradford county is good enough for consider successful catch of trout and bream, were present nightly and much inter
Dorman, H. F. him. Tuesday's game decisive and
(11wWi pad demand one of the trout measuring 24 inchesin SALE-One Duroc Jersey and est in the meetings was manifested.
Sidney Powers of Mae- may another trial of skill on
: r length and 8 inches in width. Berkshire brood sow. Busshardt "'
one
gre vMtors the
to Starke Friday. The 35 cent shirts advertised last diamond. \ NOTICE. :r
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.}:. ='aired Hra.. L. He Austin, and week are about sold out,_only* few Mr. B. Franklin Brass, of DeLand, The sound of hammer and saw is Brothers, Starke, Fla. 8-14-2t Land owners are notified' that, J

titer left, This is your opportunity'to heard daily on the new school build- have never appointed any deputy, nor '
.:Miss A1v,'of Jacksonville, supply representing John B. Stltson University I WANTED-Fifty bales of. cotton at
u yourself with shirts Hull's Department ing and'the work is being rush I Andrews will J do so hereafter. ,
now
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n* relatives here this week. was in Starke Thursday and Friday ; once. A. D. MercantileCompany :'

1.' :.............- Store. Mr. Brass is getting in touch ed to completion in order to be ready Raiford Fla. 8-21-2t: H..E. LAGERGREN, ,
..: 'J- zed gmgbama at Le .to n&' with for the opening of school on Monday, County Surveyor.
prospective students for the university -
.It pays to read the advertisements September 14. The building is wider FOR RENT,- Five-room dwelling NOTICE. -

:;fdeskan fens, If quaUty and not of enterprising home merchants. They ciations.and organizing alumnal assn: roof, the electrical wiring has house and four acres of land, two will Notice sea b to hereby the highest given that and the best undersigned WdoVr for

counts, you will buy'''Ameri.i -I i are the people who make it possibleto been completed and the plastering hasbeen acres available for strawberriesnow. 'ash. subject to the confirmation of the re
feree
...'_." ,...bee.. ;_ Low prices. DeWitt C. have conveniences right at your Miss Ottie Gray left yesterday morn- finished. Most of the plumbinghas For terms apply to Rev.. B. fixtures fa bankruptcy.belonging a to stock the of state merebandIM"lid of J. R.
? ... door, so to speak. T. Rape, Starke, Fla. 8-14-tf. Doves at 2 'eloek P. Aunat Mth. A. D.
i'- a-t'''",:,',:<,OJ''>_ ing for Montgomery, Ala., and Atlanta been done. The floors are being 19IC. said sale to take place- at Starke. FlorMa. \f
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Ga, 'to visit relatives and laid and the windows fitted and the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOR at the store of the said J. R. Dover.. ; -
it LiII Attorney and Mrs. A. S. Crews A.Z. ADKINS.
Harris left were ..
.' Tuesday for visitors to Maxville friends. Later Miss Gray expects to building i will soon be ready, for the 21'2t- _. "Referee. _la._BaakrapteT.r
1 a !S tine, where she win Thursday, Mr. 'MAYOR. Netiee ef First '
spend join her parents, who contemplate a apparatus. The boiler for steam heat- Meeting .f Creditenr
;:: Crews attending the I hereby announce myself u a candidate In the dirty et mart of the United i S
; .... ,.. withher sister., Mrs.. R. of the organizationmeeting tour of North Georgia and'the moun- installation of the furniture and other for the office of Mayor of the Town of StarVe' for the southern district of Florida.. .In hankruptq. ta'ts-
J T. Wise and respectfully! solicit the support of tvoters. '
.. Company,,
': tains of North Carolina in their Cadillac ing will be placed in position as soon .
e '".:.".... ? ; owners of the Florida Farms at Max- In the matter of J. F. WhIte of Lawtey. {
ville car.-GainesviUe Sun, August as possible. C. F. HOOVER. 1'Torida in the county of. Bradford, district
,'!rock tf putting a modern front ; of whieh'concern Mr. Crews is 18. -- jforestid bankrupt. "

.; .. .,banding need by Hr. A. M. the legal adviser. A German reservist and a FrenCh I hereby announce FOR MARSHAL myself a candidate for of Notice August.is A.hereby D. 1914.given,the that said on J.the F.*rd Whit day, 4

,i tfer a general store was begun If you should undertake to ,write a reservist, who live near Starke, decided the office of Marshal solicit pf the the Town of of Starand the keea' duly adjudged bankrupt,' and that the .
support
respectfully
A
,- perfect town is that st meeting of his creditors will be held la '
: ;L. .... the in which you letter to an absent friend every week: they would fight it out.here if voterl. 'fce office of the'clerk of said court' ia the
) see farmer J. B. SAPP.
: '<1\i patronizing the horns telling him all the news, you wouldget they couldn't return to their native -overcment. Duval building in the city of Jseksoaflle. !
merchants, the .. carroty Florida oa the nth day
ailies of Senator A. Z.: Ad- !: laborers spending the a faint idea of.the task in preparing lands and fight each other. They I hereby announce FOR MARSHAL myself u a candidatefor -f. Anrust. A. D_ 1914. at IB o'clock A. tt. :
; ,l>t: U G. Turner money they earn with their own in Starke to torn reelection to the office of Marshal of the which time said creditors may attend. Drop ='y=
and Mrs: D; R.I' a newspaper. Many of our towns were both Saturday Vir claims appoint trustee. examiM thenkrupt.
tradesmen
and all Town of Starke and solicit the of tie .f.
.ti.JIeJd : animated by a spin people this and the and afoul of each support and transact such other tosiaes asift '
: .ta.' a"pICIUC at Eingsley it that will not recognize take pleasure war news ran voters. If elected." I promise the same eonseientkus properly come before Mid meetia .
J..: I purchase articles in giving items of news. It helpsus other. Afrter a heated discussion performance of duty' that I haw Jsclcsoarine Florida August 2Mb. irli.. ntiAL
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} 1, :\.' .? '8obm riB 8are yet;- tlNaaknovnitpzaa ii ,, ,... '. Four.but qf the six'powers of En*j ji T J... ,m* -.t b .; /T v* .. j f1'
,. : 1:ty'ia'theHEctopeaairar"; : ; i =3 i which'are how *
Ict', ; I .' engaged in;war* I GOODANDj iRES
t.
.t\': prominent ,naTtl>tactid n.in ,the ,,The. $tJN'.Qf, ,the, 'southernsummer : n result is new victims iinga. contracting fare, have colonial 'possessions, pro' '
'
s NewOiorkTimes."In'the; morn re- ',...from\-the.health.. ,viewpoint. 'a disease which is particularly tectorates and dependencies all over 'itcfi.lP f;

cent att1ut; notably/ -those of -the are numerous because high tewperatnres Wea1iung,'whidi has 'a large per the world. lj,' ,_

ildortits",tharahtrak arahtraestfdoraSpaBJUhAmericair favor thetaereanS activityof centage'' mortality;; :aid which is Austria-Hungary and 'Rnsisa. have
'' .
kj' and'*the RuisoJapanew insect life, which is the medium of enormously expensive, making the patient no colonial possessions; though theRnsisait :
*& v Andrews'j
-' 'wari;:ell;:;tile':;sea fighting transmitting tUb an.i of.several diseases. costly- burden- instead of t a pro.duetive empire stretches through the "A UiIF rcanlile'
continents $
of Europe and Asia and
waVk1: trai htfcae'" f.:,'boek down factor' in society. And all .
Flies and mosquitoes, recognized |his'in spite'of the fact that presents along i ast'liri 'on the Pacific. ,
typhoid
and drag.out The battleships metandJToughtride .".. ."..ti+H"I..W+W.'I"t h
the .
bjrt side: The ,Span- l nuisances T as.well_ as jfc-'a"source,- .. .of, ser-, :< : maybe prevented. Of others Breat Britain '

jab fleet madea iumiDg; fight,.butt ions danger,' ,.'to.human health thrive I Wellmay, each observer,recall the has colonies. and protectorates' 'the you want nice harness, .'
the American J 'battleships wen fast and \.multiplyMalaria! : and typhoidfever famous remark attributed ,to Puck, world over; France.has coloniesand, / ,A good collar, or any piece of harness- .

enouth;: to get practically'"alongside, the; twin enemies most to be II wherein he'; intimately,connects mortals protectorates iD.Mri a,India China, COME TO SEE Uta
and it became a test.of: 'ginnery;men feared of'the more common diseases, and fools.Constant in South America, in the West Indies, IF you want nice custom.made suits, .

riot and araorr The battles of the Russo- (and'both of them preventable) increase reminders of the warnings in the North Atlantic and in the Pa- Tailor made suits,

Japanese war were.similar-the combatants 'the numbers 'of their victims of science usually come as fresh cific and Indian oceans;' Germany has Carroll Adams Shoes, y

got together; and .fought it and often 'grow,in 'virulence as the information,, to Some. Keep the fly, colonial possessions in Africa, in i the A Stetson hat,' ,K r
summer advances. This season has the Pacific ocean, in China, and Italy has A cheap hat- *-
out and the best men and guns ,won. common, everyday housefly, from
& In 'none, of then, conflicts, 'did ,submarines brought the added,threat of bubonic the excreta' the typhoid patient; dependencies' .Africa and_a ,concession A nice riplg __ -
play and part. plague, while typhoid at the presentwriting keep the insect from the food; screen in China.' COSlETOSEEua

# o "In the naval battles of.the.Euro-: ,I is more than usually preva- the earth closet: screen the kitchen,. England's vast empire, India, Can- IF you want to sell your eggs at 20.cents per dozen, |: 1

$ peari war, the, submarine is 'either lent and of an unusually virulent type I the pantry and the dining'room, ada and Australia, her holdings on the 1- Your chickens at a fancy price, :

: going to be' the deadliest weapon, or in several sections of the state. | where food is stored, prepared and Malay Peninsula her, colonies in Africa Your cotton at_ the best price l

'f 1 the greatest failure ;in the armanent_ The disease has appeared in or near eaten. Wash thoroughly all food thatis and her fortified positions in the COME TO SEE

s t nations. several of the larger cities. The conditions not to be cooked. The preventionis Mediterranean, Gibraltar and Malta, IF you want a nice stove,' t: r
I put her at the head Cooking utensils r
of
'.t' t "Before the acid test-before their that have attended this appearance reasonable, effective and.simple. the colony- t ; r
o : t actual performance in battle-thesubmarines have, in the vicinity of Jack- And medical science has discovered holding nations of the world; they also COME TO SEE

i are a dreaded, unknown sonvile at least, emphasized the easy another preventive-the anti-typhoid increase the field of her-protective i Nice IF you want calico at 4 cents per,yard, :/, ;"

"s force. The pyschological effect of possibility of controlling the disease. serum. It has been established as ef- operations.' Ladies ginghams, '>=
Within the city limits typhoid fever fective Many'of the minor of ready to wear goods,
p' the knowledge ,that the enemy is like- : as vaccination against small holdings the t
Fancy ribbons and laces
ly to use submarines will be a vital cases have been held within the average pox. Its use in the United States four powers with colonial possessionsto -

d'r factor.in all attacks by'water or in small numbers that have prevailed irmy last year reduced the number of defend are themselves,without military i IF COME TO SEE

I "naval engagements.' From the captain since, the municipal board of eases to two and with no deaths in strength. In many cases the Bed you want cheap furniture, e r
health secured the passage of an ordinance -: protecting power has only small springs at $1.50 per pair, '
or commodore, with the respon- nearly 60,000 men, whereas the aver- very Sewing machines- -
: sibility of $10,000,000 worth of dread- requiring the; screening of 1 ige 'number of deaths-not*the number i garrisons ashore, amounting to noth .. ; r

r naughts and the lives of 1,200 men earth closets. ,But outside the jurisdiction : of cases, ''but of deaths-in ing more than local police forces. I IF want COME TO SEE U i

't} I t on his,shoulders, down-to., the stokers of the ,board, where this juris civil life is 16.5 in each 100,000. This .is particulraly true in Africa, A pair you of good a new mules buggy, r

: the fear that annihiliation may ventive ,measure is ,not in force, the handling'the ,situation in Duval outside of the French and British col- Wagon harness ; P

come at any moment' from the very fever has occurred in noticeably more gouty, the State Board of Health ha onies in the Pacific ocean and Ameri t.' Horse and mule, collars- r]

depths of the ocean 'will be.a disquiet cases and in severe type., stablished agencies in three centers can waters.. "

ing thought In cerain localities where unscreened )f infection where it is administering :The continent of Africa presents a'' : IF you want prices on fancy groceries COME TO SEE. ,

p' \ o "Unlike the dirigible or aeroplane, closets are close to but outside the i ie anti-typhoid vacccination free of notable picture of the juxtaposition of Good green coffee 7 pounds for ;:; : "

the ,submarine is invisible., I Its', periscope city limits, flies ,from these closets : harge.to all who will' accept' the protectorates and colonies belonging $1.00COME TO x,

r-. ,'or'eye' is so minute an object have crossed the municipal boundaries treatment. The same treatment is to Great Britain, France and Ger f IF YOU WANT ANYTHING- AJ ANY TIME SEE-' i

and. is above the water so. seldom. that carrying the bacilli, of the typhoid to offered by the Board to all Floridiansin many. A
t; COME TO SEE !J
s the detection and 'forestalling of a victims living.within the city.itself.The every part of the State and on the France has a protectorate"over Morocco : WE ARE STILL IN BUSINESS' IN RAIFORD' \_" S

i submarine'attack is practically impos careful observer in possession of same terms-free' for the asking to and'h r Algerian possessions, AT THE, BRICK STORE. ,'>: Z
l
is \ sible. In night attacks, such as may proven facts,and statistics must sometimes those whose income or daily wageS inhibit facing,,the Mediterranean, are bounded t' F

iF ,take place when barbers 'are .blockaded stop to wander at-what he dis its purchase. It is simple ,to on the east by Tripoli, a'dependency . .

; ;. a fleet, must keep"moving ,perpetually covers. He ,sees this disease; whichis administer; it causes the slighteset in of Italy.Then '

3; and then it is not safe.. The commmunicated by.flies that have convenience, only, or none at all, and comes Egypt, where British ;
as submarine, being, invisbile, can' lie in gathered the infection from the excreta under any conditions it is infinitely' interests are paramount On the Red AI D. Andrews Merc nlileti

c' the track' of" the battleships and deal of typhoid patients, allowed to less annoying" than, weeks or months Sea and contiguous to Egypt, is the '

m \ its death blow as they pass. The :touch, to crawl over the food intended j of ,exhausting illness with ,a good- .'Italian dependency .Eritrea. Corning Jt:,

ironge searchlights' .Cannot! pick for consumption, by:healthy human be- chance of fatal termination. .down the east, coast.are British i Raiford. FloridaPPP :}:
Somaliland. 'Italian SomalilandRrif' -- I<,:fcj.ii. I
I 'submarines up,.except when they are > '.
running on the surface; and then it [ ish East Africa; German East Africa, | .
APP ALING LOSS OF LIFE AND "
.. is no easy, thing 'to do. FIREWOOD CONSUMPTION'INFLORIDA. \>rtuges$ ,East Africa, and then the
'"It would put the submarines out of busi- has been. proved by fifty years of' the Transvaal, the Orange Riv- PURIFIER;.= ,
classified insurance in Great Britain'I. Washington; D.. C., August 20.- er Natal A successful remedy for Rheumatism,Blood Pd
Colony,
ness, but now that they have turned and the Cape of and all Blood Diseases., A wonderful tonic
f out to be a'fake'.the battleships have that every,,moderate drinker loses 31 There.are ,426,096cords'of: wood.val-I Good Hope. On the West, contiguous 11 I men and women. Has been manufactured.for for i j C
of life. He dies, at 51 while ued at ,$1,083,000, on the in order "
years I the.. named, are GermanSouthwest past 35 years. At all Druggists, $1.00. W.<

torpedoes. the abstainer;lives'to be 64. On this farms of Florida annually, according I I Af rica;P ortugese West Africa .. F. UPPMAN, CO., Savannah'.6fc. ;
I the Ulivi.;rays'would'''have made the basis there are in ,the United ,States to.a report which has just been issued the Congo State, belonging to ...
ri .. .
.ro submarine corps a suicide [corps.' some 20, 000,000 adult males each of by the, United States department: Belgium,: the French Congo, Kame- -. -- i

"That the submarines are as deadly whom are losing the thirteen years of: agriculture. .The total_ yearly firewood -, run, belonging ,to ,,Germany the Niger

,to themselves as to..the"enemy is .life., 'This:, is leaving, out, all hard I consumption in this state is Territories, a protectorate of r WHENEVER IOU NEED I)

the view accepted by those who serve drinkers, all women, .sell children, 863,207.' cords with'a,value of $2,283- Great Britain, French 'West Africa, a I

F on them. ,L,Baying, oat;all.accidents, :,under :eighteen, 'and I estimating thattwothirds 000., The consumption in the cities Togoland, belonging toGermany, the
+ti it is safe to* predict that the shock of adult males- drink of this state is 262,000 cords and 175-' Gold ,Coast a colony belonging to the A BlIAL( TON ,.. TAKE GRI1Thi

t; of the, submarine's torpedo exploding moderately..Do: )'ou"take it in? Alcohol 000 cords are 'used in the mineral British and th$ Ivory coast, annexed =
;
r against the side of a dreadnanght will I I is 'draining.. .from, our,, national. operation of Florida each year.. Florida :- by France twenty years ago. = .t- 1I
6 bft sufficient toy,cave in [the sides of :lifethirteen, times 20,000,000:years260,000,000 lead all states in the consumptionof Old Standard Grove Tasteless chill Tonic is I
t the submarine of, the'best years of Americana firewood in the mines.In Valuable; General '
and cause its loss:and FARM FACTS.; a s a Tonic because It Acts on'die 1
the death of its A now,living the leafs from 51to continental United States' the '
: Drives
Out
\ crew recent test : annual of firewood Those who till the soil are the chosen Malaria; En/Iches the Blood and Build .'
? in. Portsmouth! England, showed that .64, when man is at, his highest ef: consumption wiDamount"to -
of God. tbeWholi'Siji J"GtownP.aodI
people
r thirty pounds of ficiency! y I ,85,937,000 cords,,valued at n .
guncotton, exploded ,
: ,Farming lass old as the human If.O"P'
under'water had sufficient. And what (the economic loss to thnation 250000000. Of this ambunt 69r races -
force to e i
and is in its foil know what 7JI ire taking when
yet infancy. take Grove ewIi'ell
it 961,000.cords areused on the farms, yon Tasteless .
destroy a submarine'within t. Stop u&Jd. .think.what
a radius Success ,is bound e ptiBtal as every label it o.J
.to to the that contains tbawell
come
14,222,000 in the.cities of the
r means .
,
of 100 for ;
feet. each generation to, sacrifice aD6lmoH-1't := '-
; and farmer who plus while he. plows.. ot IUININB *s trene u the it pit
j "All ,defense against submarines is ,on the, altar' of moderate drinking nation .'1,751,000'' cords are ,used ,No ..civilization. has. '. t } '; Parm.-' It baa..erj 1 tar iblui, CDJI sad i
ever advanced
in the mines of the
United
based on the knowledge of their posiiu 2601)00.000) wealth-producing years! States. iibOfty and lost appetite. GimUfeaadvlgot
: k v ,tion,' ither'exact or'superficial -The This: observe, does not take into account The average value of wood,consumed beyond its agricultural ..developmentNo Mothen and Palei' Sickly'C1>ildrea. Removes KSauatat'withottiBete : .
1 cord and. $2.64,> in ,this state. The farmer is successful who thinks *nervous dtpretsion and low
prtmg-Armstrong torpedo as used by the heavy drinking., It_ has beeraptly spirib. Arouse flat fiver=btil i ipvifies
more of his barn than he does of
his
average consumption farm in the the blood. ATrueTonk and&aeAypctatt.. A I Stren
,the British navy can be controlled andexj&ded said;To; strike down-alcohol, ,per Complete

vz: / by wireless.: ,One- plan is would be'the equivalent of doubling United States II cords per annum. borne.The development 'of the farmer Nofamfyshouldbswithoutit: GBJuaatcrtbyyoarDrafgut.-. ,WettCttiLj' ...

;rto ffiwet a number of torpedoes of this mother.. earth,. the.eciu. .valent of giving himself must precede' the,f ,deVeI7
P type 'te a spot where a submarine to the nation another continentbroad WHY NOT TAG BACHELORS?' opment of the ground he tills i i

r c :ia suspected and.explode them when I I as ,'as fair;as ricb.'as this one." 'A great many state legislatures. The most beautiful fief, in the SEEDS I SEEDS:

r tthey,*K -the.' Il have given consideration to bills tiring
: near spot. This is the
,, :KW ,idea: as the man ,who takes a l:will radius be' ofniore very hard than.to.discover.thirty miles. ', it bachelors and many convincing arguments plants farmer's is work a lesson is that in faith.everything lIe Cow or Field Peas; Velvet Beans; Sorg :

? 4 ,ten-hire gun and goes after' deer ""England has by far the greatest who have been presented whymen The best farmers does not bother ,Millet. Just Received Stock of New $;

with buckshot. Ninety per. cent: of number of submarines and'it is escape matrimony should about getting ahead of his neighbor
all
conceded ; Crop Varieties of
Turnip 1',
;
pay a penalty, but why not ;
his shot miss.but. the others do the ,tag them Ms ,business is ,
that,they are more highly developed great to get ahead of
.i 3 'work, than those of the other as a more, painless and effective meth himself. Seed, Garden Seed,: p"uJhof1': :t-

? "It is generally accepted that a submarine na od of extermination? If the bachelors // Feed liiiidSl: \"r.1..
tions. Her submarine corps has had W'DluS give to the people who ppliesIncl iators ,
detected is a submarine destroyed much experience and is most efficient were' tagged the widows could live on the farm the same educational Oldest established and largest Seed House in, Florida. :Wri
and several ingenious plans : easily find them aid Cupid would, do advantages- ,
for their children
those
There about as
are now seventy-five
have been evolved to do away with it. i the rest. The bachelor is naturally of the cities for illustrated Catalogue.E ,. ..,
submarines enjoy.
ready for active service in
s; :. In,Portsmouth short while timid, but under the in '
a encouraging MARTIN
ago extensive The country clergy is A. SEED l
T the British navy. Many of.these can fineness of an agencyof CO.
a merry widow he
experiments were made with can eas
be carried the deck of much potentiality,because theo rural
on dread-
a
t "'spar-torpedoes.* These are explosives naught and, slipped into the water fly be led to the altar, for there is n life movement is religious as well 206 But Bay SL JACKSONVILLE; ,
the end of and more helpless craft afloat than lovesick
on a long spar, one a as industrial and social
just j before battle attack ,
a or an on a
sir carried over the'bow of a thirty-knot blockading fleet Germany has twen swain who has passed the age of There should be a social and industrial -
', / destroyer. The test were made with discretion, and the little imp playsping '
survey of mr.
I community.
ty-seven submarines, France fifty- JOHN
,, a large barrel, to which was fixed a five, Russia 14, Austria 6, and the other pong with human hearts has no The pasta the teacher and the> B. STETSON UNIVERSCDELANO
periscope. The barrel was sunk more capable ally than,a ,woman who ,
so
school and church officials FLORIDA.
European nations have about thirty are they _, jffJi
R that just the 'eye would show as the loves at second sight, for experience
who should make such WOMEN
between them. a survey.In THE COLLEGE FOB OF STETSON UNIVERSITY .fen msan
waves washed over it., ,A destroyer, makes Cupid subtle and bold. a recent of ...Uf<. im may deptrUMiU. Tk Graduate IdIeeI-Cftllll Indiw ti till
"Naval officers have differed in survey a communityin
the Starfish, was 'sent after it, and The women have tag days to -. caI trainlB, ... miler .excellent.'. Inttracton. ctt .f liberal Art-8tu4r-f ttt I_
opinion regarding the destructive promote New England, the average annual tIaeM .1 &s w. e c.net .f 1M eoBU7. Tta Tcackcn C-Jkr
G ; on the first trial blew the barrel t most every/: ther public enterprise income of 154 farmers who had .f MuUn ., Arti anJ 8 neea. Tk. CoUSieecnftl t* cUacItmaL TW '
power and utility of submarines, but and a lIaie-Lare F evJtjr ., aitifta-. Spliced weal tawpkcre ani lITeral .
atoms. Sir Percy Scott, the well-known British why not have a tag day f01 common school*education was $229,, [1dudou melee rection .f MMie facnlty. Tk. Seht .f FU Arb-'o .edw.
"Dragnets have been tried with bachelors. We have in Florida lama ardI .i *f th. culrr la Clear.. .t tie WIlL' Fin'tUDL.iCawu ./ '
" sac naval authority, thinks very high approximately while the average net income of 122: The 8ckt .t HraidMld EccnoBla-BenUr cran Flu teiekcn. Flu te""'
cess. Destroyers with these great nets thirty thousand bath farmers of the same with Micr cucM aaupaeaL' Searate crmaiiiu. ,tin tcnnli cMuti. N"'" f
ly of them. He said recently that locality a: tie fw .wiaaiq ud bMtUw. FALL TEEM OPENS iK<
lors ba1.m
between them have been able to catch and an equal number of widows. .... SEPTEIIBEB IS. ,
submarines and torpedo boats would] l high school education was $482 annualiy. : & uii .. .... / !J-_
h the submarines, but in several of the Why not get them together and solve This 'I
decide the naval battles of the near was worth to each'
it ; tests the destroyers have been techni two vexatious problems with
future,.and backed his contention with one farmer who possessed it $253 each N
cally destroyed by a torpedo from theOf marriage license? year. Starke.J. as my high opinion of them j
submarine. course, ,the submarine strong proofs. England if what he J. Sparkman, carpenter Madison changed. I stil take this remand

would have been destroyed itself, but dous says is correct, will have a theme THE TWENTY YEAR TEST DON'T LEAVE STARKE. I. Ave, Starke, Fbu, says: "I have casionally as preventive 8 ,
the naval advantage lay with the sub advantage over its adversariesowing "Some twenty years ago I used 4iNo used Doan's Kidney Pills and know results."

marine, the percentage of loss in men to the* great number and high Chamberlain's Colic.Cholera! and Diann. Need to Seek Afar. The Evidence from experience that they act just as Price 50 cents at all dealers,

.4q '-1 and money being about 100 to 1.rtking efficiency q her submarines.Savar..ah rhoea Remedy," writes Gen W. Is At Your Door. represented. I was apnoyed by weakness simply ask for kidney rem

4 z all things into consideration Morning News. Brock, Pub, of the Enterprise, Ab- 'of my kidneys and had to pass Doan's Kidney Pffls-the ss

: } t it is safe to say that there is no Ittvlgoratiag, to the Palo tm j Sickly said Since then no one can sell me anything No need to leave Starke to hunt up the kidney secretions too frequently.My Mr. Sparkman had. F .

defense,against the submarine unlessIt The Did SteBdtrdlfMenl ttmftheaiaff took J these to be 'just as good. During all proof, because you have the proof at back was weak and lame and I had Co., Props, Buffalo, N. T,.
;: is detected and now that it can Malari..enrtcheethebloodandbnnd GIlOV2'T A8TIU.ES8 cIIW roN2 ..driwes oat years I have used it and recommended home. The straightforward statement pains across my loins. I used Doan'sKidney '

main under water from twenty to am., A we&wW Par adieu aDd CI; +,n W lthe.rtO. S9e"" it many times, and has never of a Starke resident like that Pills and they helped me won- Piles Cored in 6 to U

x twenty-four hours,and have a Read the disappointed anyone." For sale by all gives below, bears You roar drncfirt win refund Mma1'
cruising : TeI craph-l.50 a year. dealers., I an interest for derfully. may keep on using my OINTMENT fall to curt ant a..
'o' ., d '-' --'I _. .- -- every man, woman or child here in name praising Doan's Kidney Pills Blind.Bkediaf or orProtradincPae!r
i I i le e 6 ?p tap 154.x
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;OT1sit& NOTICB 0V APPUCATIOW FOR TAX D_ Nona OF h. PAGE BEYEN" ,'_ ..

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iictlon 1M TIB,4/18.LAWS OF rLORIDA, WHEREAS the"legislature" of : '; ----t-: .. '_,' ,,_ ....- .""

't*.tlh State flii...,....' b. given that A. Z..AdUnt.ttuaatu the Ma.constitution did pus three of 188:Joint. of the N.'I-'I '> : ;
of tu.?certificates numbered '
Mi Hst of tjoalof t,- W. 14. 44 ... U.-111. 204. 22 rtnectively *>. state ametKhnenta of Florida T to and thug < : : ..Yayc n.c' : i, : -r

;of Stark 2>t n2 aa4 Ml Issued by the tax collector to by a vote of the same were agreed :
tknyTown three-fifths of all
the
of Bradford ;County. Florida..etch J" ,the hers elected t teach house mem- Health Drink ...
: that the
IITf aid certincatos being dated UK First day of said jo lay-A. a III!. has Wed the..w certileatet respective Journals were entered upon their J
in my oOtt and hat aide applkation: for tax with the yeas and nays s
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ism vM 8' deed to tff.. tm oasedaaee with tew., The that thereon tile said and they did determine and direct -
joint a
resolutions be submitted
? fc. Ahomjr. M. said terttttafet nepett1asbaes.. 'the tIe electors of tile to
fcftrir7 Alvaiet. J. 1aLL/. foDowfng buds in Bradford county. Florida. than in No, state at the general elec .
mbar. 1914.
JTTI Alvsws. ...... at the date of die bsnanet of tnehtettincate Now. I .
V ,ii' A. Z., .. tile names respectively hereinafter of therefore L H. Clay Crawford teeretary -
state of the
k particularly lit forth,.to-wtt: state of Florida do
hereby
1 give
% AnSX J. W. Jr.Atoarcs. Certincate number nine embneas southeast ss6aee1t1E4etl.ee

r.: D.'W. .uarter of southeast tuarterj of section twenty win be held in each Fotthe.Hot W,1;
county in
Florida :
B two.seven forty, township acres aantsii four leNtil unknown.range twenty Tuesday_ber.next A. D.sueeeediwr the first Monday on in : ,

Certificate number dfb-dve emhraca south. the .1914. the said Tuesday being '
,-
L' east quarter of northwest quarter of section
I 4 Jmwa, J. 8. sixteen township five south Third Day tf November
a one, forty acres assessed u bows range. twenty for the ratification rejection of the said What B more refreshing -
Joint resolutions and
55.no; w; W. Certificate proposing amendments to the
A. number sixty tear embraces lots constitution of the state of health-building during the '
[" rVJlir twenty-eight and twenty-air. in Waodl.-. A Jew RetelatUn Florida. vis.: long hot :
section fourteen township five, south summer than .
Proposing
.L, range Amendment good
to bottled
w'3. .: J P. twenty-two twenty acres tismud C. R. Sapp. (I). of Article Eight (I). of the Section constitution Six brands ," pure beer?' Our '
Certiflcate
h TlJ*' E. T number sixty-six embimeet tots of the state of have
CtmpWll. Florida
t forty-nine fifty abrtv-three and relating to county offi. a worM'wide .
sixty-four in '
cers.
rePutation for
'U' 8&U Woodlawn section fifteen, township five south It ...tu t 1..lu .. Purity Quality T
Be M < kurial.h._ _. ..1...... ....._.._. and
-- --- ,
ld_ Jr.8ku.zL I'IJIP twentr-two.- forte aerea. sisrnniil.- C.-- -B of Florida: YO Flavor; .
u
Canon.:A. B. Sapp. That the following amendment Section i '

Canon. T. B.D Certineatet number sixty-eight embraces lots Six (6)). of Article Eight (8). of the const, ., 'i.o't ;'
.
nineteen, twenty. twenty-nine and thirty in tntkm of the state of Florida is hereby ," ;
Woodlawn section fifteen, township five south 'o and shall be submitted agreed "
-K .Davis W.' E. range twea -two. forty acres, assessed. C. H. the state at the general election to the to electors be held'oa of Bottled Beer '

es >4 r.;, .Dewling. B.' X.Darky. Revere the hat Tuesday in November. A. D. Worth While "
6 I. IL J. M.Denmark .. Certificate No. 72 embraces west half of lot for ratineetion or rejection 191. .
: 8. B.'Devfc. ten and lot thirty-seven in Woodlawn. section Section 6. The legislature: ,
shall
i 4 4 L. A. Jr. eighteen' township five, south range the election by the Qualified electors provide in each for Pabst Blue
Davit. LodasEnerson. twenty-two fifteen acres sifted unknown. Ribbon .
t I.Ly rounty of the following June' Red Heart
county officers A
...._ tt E CcttiBeate Bomber on* hundred sad eleven I Clerk of the Circuit Court : VeribeatBeerBottled #
.r > a Sheriff. Conrta- Bottled Beer '_
,
embraces southeast of '
:L1; quarter southwest quarter. hiss, a County Assessor of Taxes KUener
1r: ? R. M. a Tax Col. Style
section tenb+N. township six south
sin.'w.,:,''., Edwards a R. nineteen ] Vetor. a' Superintendent of Public Instruction specially for Florida. '

ale'w.. Li Edwards, tttFeraandes. .. Lumber range Gmpe1., forty. acres" assessed. Empire office and of all a county County officers Surveyor.mentioned The: term in this of Known and sold the world over. ,Has been well and favorably known Brewed from ,choice malts and .:

10 W. Certificate number two hundred four Absolutely the best .
em section shall be for four bottled beer'for hops A
< years except that
JI'q F braces southeast quarter of tonthwett quar of County Assessor of Taxes and County Tax that can be its high quality for over 30 great favorite One ,
'
ter. section eleven, township seven south Collector produced. Ask any.body. order will make /
La K. & who shall be elected for '
two you a steady ,
Co'.&., Fe,,", 0. J. range nineteen forty acres assessed unknown. until at the general election to be held in yean the years.. -Must] be good. Try it customer. ,:

'a 1.,1.'. router W. N. Certificate number two hundred and twenty year A. a. 1916. when and after which they >(,(, i, _
.".' r"1 Futeh. J. E.Criflln. nine embraces southeast quarter of northeast.-au be elected for term Per 1 Dozen .',::.
a of
..;1 G quarter.and west half of northeast quarter Their powers duties and compensation four years.shall 1 Dot small.-.____..___$ ease 1 dot maB, ----$ LOG -- -_..? $ JO .,

:Y ., and southeast quarter of northwest quarter be prescribed by law. The legislature 5 Dop, snag Per 5 Dozen ____ _____ .
'1' J. a I.Gardiner. and northeast quarter of southwest quarter. provide by law for the shall .-_ s 1M caae 5 dot enull, -- f|%s $LOt ,": .
and
tf n. W : G. A,. eetion five, township eight, south range twen all county funds and shall care provide the custody method of 10 Doz, small ---- Lf'llM Per cask 10 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_____ $ 1.00 ;
t.. D.. Gnann Albert b-tOO acres aliened N. P. Canthen. tot I doz. small $ &50 5 cask .
reporting and paying ---- Lots
out all :
inch funds. per cask
____$ ?50
H Certificate number two hundred and thirty Provided County Treasurers elected in Gen. :

iL Hoffman. A. P. one embracet east half of northeast quarterif -ral Eketio nheld in 1914 shall hold office for EVERY
northwest quarter and east half of east ,'he term elected. DEALER
L Qr Barter. Dock CAN .
r
: MAKE :
f.. F.. JICNI .. B. W. half of southwest quarter section eight, township A J.I.t Besclatim :
... Haynes O. Lsc. eight sooth range t1mI -two.. sixty Proposing an Amendment to "ction II
Po Hicks J. W. acres assessed unknown.Certideate of Article IV of the constitution of the state ;
number two hundred and thirty of Florida relating to the appointment of ,
I Jta two embraces south three-quarters of northwest eommiinoned offieen of the :
state militia
J : BIG
quarter of southwest quarter and north MONEY
Beit resolved by the kr'slature of the state THIS :
.
..'t..' Jones. Mallory half of southwest quarter of southwest gsatof Florida: SUMMERStock ,

rJ. L. Jones. D. a ter. section nine township eight south range That the following amendment to Section : :

4:.Jrsb,, Jenkins. A. a. twenty-two fifty acres assessed B. A. Coachman '( of Article IV of the constitution of the .

bLL" Joh.... P. M. anat.Certiftcate. State of Florida is herebY agreed to and shall ,. 7 .

4. 11I.lolml..-,__- R. 8. number two hundred and forty- be luhmitted to the electon "f tM .tat.. 'n..dontioa the most popular line of hot ,
1 'ow. F. B. three embraces nortnwest quarter 01 uuna- or rejection at-- the- next-- i! weather. drinks made. Buy what '

:.t'- 5 KKlekSter. east quarter of southwest quarter less two lection hereafter; that is to say that genera Sec I Do not delay, stock these brands and will have you can sell,at a.profit. .

.": J. F. style section twenty-five township eight thou K of Article IV shall be amended so as you the most popular stand in town and "'
south the end of the at :"
range twenty-two eight acres assessed to read as follows: season made a profit that a
1"'" Ktekbter. L. W. will mean in
unknown.
the '
.. Knight C. A. Section IS. The governor shall apno'nt al money, bank. ',:
j k Knight' D. E. Unless laid'eertillcatee shall be redeemed commissioned officers of the state militia. infading <
'. Kendrick T. N. according to law tax: deed will issue on the an adjutant general for the state

P.- Kohl. W. B. 14th day of September. A. D. 1914. with rank of brigadier general who shall be Summer Drinks That .
,- Witness my band and offieial seal this the -"$ f of staff.. The duties and compensation Sell : s

r -'f' L 12th day of August. A. D. 1914. of all officers so appointed shall be as Axed !

,B. .. .LeritmI M. W T. WEEKS hy law. The terms of office of all commissioned NEAR-IT ., ,
8.C. Lake. W. Clerk.Circuit Court officers of the organized militia shall be RED HEART BREWNonfrtoxicating. CIDER. .... ". '.
Y.. .' Lot*. F. H.Ltmbangh. (Set) 8-lWt -ontinnont daring the pleasure of the governor The best light brew made. Less '
; T N. : subject to such Jaws as may be enacted
Hy the legislature than '2 per cent alcohol Bottled Less than 2 .
providing for their retire. AH the best in stock
:A MMsnbes NOTICE.: neat for age or other ca.I. -. special for prohibition per cent alcohol Refreshing and .kinds for c
: c. E. territory.
pC' List of asunMte changed by tb. Board Jeiat __hltie.. healthful immediate shipment .
", Mott. a'a As : .
: near real beer
Proposing .
an amendment as
.J.,W. JIott. .. L. >f Edualisatlon of tile Town of Starke noon to Section One of possible.
W. 1' .*.. real and nersonal property for 1914. filed Article V of the constitution, relating to the 10-Doz Cask: "
Mttsiy. Ceo. $&50 10-Dos Cask
i Judiciary. ---
nu _______ $&50 "
L-L ..... J. C Mth the ,clerk for publication' according. to Be It resolved by the legislature of the state --- 10-GaIhm Kegs per gallon Me '
lax r
Mitt Marks W.a P.A. From To of Florida: All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville Fla. When : '
That the following Ordering State Whether '
Mhaes amendment to Section You
V., L. Want Us
W. L Mills. ,Walks estate-Lota 1. to ;

'1r'A Mlle J. & addition t. I. .. of block. ,2.. J. G. Ahnnst I bY One agreed of Article to and V of shall the be constitution proposed and is here submitted Ship By' Freight or.Express. We Allow I5c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles :'
c. *. Mover. J. 8. SM4 ISM

p. C,.F north J. W.and Ahrares-On south Walnut lot 119 feet rejection to the at electors the next of the general state election for approvalor heft- F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. > ,". ..
on street
; ttt feet tit and west, bounded after, that is 'to say. raid i Section One of( : :;
LB.' hie. a., P. test by Walnut street north by said Ar 'cle shall be amended so as to read

W, L, PoUhtm. D. P ,th stave, at follows: CHAS. BLUM )
west by lands of N. '
Jots' .... 8. U. ". 8eetioa L The Judida1 __ we tt.. ...... COMPANY :
latent, tenth by ism or .. -- -- -- Y
C. L. shall he vested in ft
Poppdl 3. C. R. Davis COO 800 supreme court circuit :;
I. L .....'.1. L.Tomunion. Perry Dover--East half of tots courts, court of record of Escambia county .
criminal .
Q I and T of block II 8500 1000 eourta. ewnty courts, county Judges Established
eo Over 25 1
and Yean
: a J. Oriffln-HOther personal UOO 1250 justices of the peace and such other court and Absolutely Reliable '

._ 'I'f.. ,. 'Mmhfawie R Johns-Commencing ? or commissions as the legislature mac from _
I. time to time ordain and "
establish. The leg
7> feet Jacksonville
l-l BIt of ne
J'L'' Riebard'S'Co comer.of CaD and Court streets. 'slature may prescribe the compensation of the ,. '. Florida

.. t... ,........ I.,B. and run north 210 feet east 52 1-2 nrtien and Jndjn ..f the several courts but :
E. ........ I. W. feet tenth 210 fat and west no court heretofore established under the eon -

t.' L ..lodesa .. I. 1'. 52' 14 feet to beginning CM WO _ftttution.1......_........ and m---",.111 Florida than be hereby=== '- -

I. Yo .. ..... .. ,... K. -- .'UOt 2100 1- '
........ .P. tW t. VLs4to.-Frisem1, J, 0. .. nosed The voice cart In compliance with said pro ODD OF PUBLICATION. ORDER OP rtrelJCATIOIt. :: ]
I r-". b' -__--" C. .rf block 4 .. .- sloe 1750 t tion and amendments and the canvass, declara b OM Omit Curt: fM Bra* la the Omit Cent fer Brad The Cue of L. L. CaatekxL \ '
returns
' 'J. S. A. T. Long-Penonal._ toO. 1200 to the same regulation thereof.and shall restriction he subjected fart ,CMttCT. FfedaVk' b t7t.a. ford CtMty FlerUa. to Chana The ease of L L. Cantekra Claren
as are :
'.
? Pei C. Manning-Other personal provided bv law Ehxlaws,1et, CUJ'c .
.1'tUIfr. for
general elections in the IX C don Texas
most 4 C blew ii is similar to that
E 8hateG. 1' P. 1150 1500 I state rf et of many
Y.< 81er.rn. It c. K. S. Vattfctws- Other personal' 2400 S4M SIN TESTIMONY WHEREOF 'ft.(.kmpl rll1tL' Complainants. others who have 'used Chamberlain'.
C.
A.
1Hi'Ia: 8trkkla. der, Ouigley Marks Lumber-Personal A Supply_Co. 750 1000 1 have hereunto set my led Tfcal Aaerku: Corporatioa. et al Ideal American vs.Corporation,' et al I Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea I
A.r" ...... Co C. and affixed the great seal of DefeBdutaTTrirrTec Remedy.: :
.''bL' ltap.. I B1.1. other ncnor 'i fctiital stock 8000 EOOO (Seal) the state of Fk ri>. Defendants. He
: '"*... Emma Kehnrfl-Lott 1. 2. !aute > < at !'a1-1 PmMlcatioaL Order Fer PahBeatiesL says, -'After trying. a 'doctor,.for ;

L" e.kh..k: Jw .,... \- 4 of block 12 ,,_..__ ._-,, 800 400 twenty-fifth day capital of,Jab tllilleI A. to to defendant. Artkur Rylaader and At to defendants William B. Lnkena. Jos several ,months,., and using ,different
Mm. Emma Rkhard-Lota 1, 2, D. lite II thwart Tie ft Lumber Company and H. M. l'PJL Thoaas Martin V. Smith. Samuel C
i .
TM \ and 4-wf block 18 1800 2000. H. CLAY CRAWFORD. fl minx as "Eieeator of Harriet L Pairtead.n Lanes J. & Earl. I. C. Eddy, Thomas W. kinds of medicine for my wife who had

o.;:' J.' P, J. F. mal,.-One lot 52 1-2 $."-13t. Secretary of .J Pub. J. D| McLemore. W. R. Lane. Francis been troubled with t
V'Z' 'Trtby., -t State.SHERIFF'S mppwHatTiy aflMarH duly fiW tamt Ar .. MeCafl severe,bowel com ,
M. : .east_and..west_ oy 105 feet tai t >R --. .
TYsmas, E. M. -g 8M ruion wsa ea4 of. Oior blinder to a resident of the tows .f n appearing by afldavit duly filed that the plaint for several months I bought .

... V. Go Tmby. J. J. Mi.. tWiagwav't lot bounded Mnertaa. Ti nat.. and that Stewart TIe a'' residence to unknown of each of the defendants a 25c bottle of .. -
.'"';;I! 'W. tint Vr bud of UTS. 3. Green SALE. Lumber Company to a foreign ttrporatkm.i .' William B. Luhent Joseph M. Thomas. Chamberlain's Colic,
'f Ho6ee
_" .,I.. earth ty Bart tenet ..........._, .ISO. TSt virtue .I Is hereby given that under mi ly with 11a president Arthur Rylaader. a reai- Martin V. Smith Saanei C. Lane. J. & Earl. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
'! a certain writ of execution+ Issued Sent ol the town of American. "
J. F. RlxxW-Lots S, 1. 7. Georfia. mod J. C. Eddy. Thomas W., Pitts. J. D. McLemore. j
wt'W: ,"I" 1 of Mock 1 and Iota t,:is' n. out of and under the seal of the Circuit H. TL Fleming at executer .f Harnrt! E. W. R. Lisa Francis L McCall and J. After using the second bottle she .'wasking
. L White a W. 12. tl. !2. M and 2of bloek Court It: and for Bradford county, State ol vafrhead. deeeued. b a resident of San fiieco. B. Jamsa. and it farther appeuuf that entirely safe
cured For
..... A;' A.4; WlI......J. a *. DowBae'i adoption COO SOO Florida bearing date of the 22nd day of, Cafflfornta. zed it farther avpeartec tied tkiarder order should be made: by.. aU,
.... L L w h.' J.Watarbrht.. Co. JIlL, Mar K. TrobLots S April A. TX, 1914. in that certain cause therein ; iboufd.0.. lie made: R k hereby ordered that each of the de dealers. i.
I i .t;: C. L.: .H 4 of block, 1. Trade's addition puffing wherein B. a Waldton kt plain, Tt fa berekr ordered that defendant Arthur fendants William B. Lukens, Joseph M. Thoraat ..2

.... "' wifflamt. jot BID : 1000 1500 tiff and Southern Turpentine Company, aeorporsVnn Wytander and defendant Stewart Tm ft Lua- Bards V. Smfth. Samuel C Lane. ]..B. ." : ..
*. to WalL A. B. 3 T. WOTS--Lots I and 1 of Uk it defendant. L & a Denmark. *
. I..T, ,;.b Wq...4. Dock' t, Darin ."141 Troths addition.. 1200 1000 .* sheriff of Bradford county. Florida, have, of'. BarrM E. hir ad. dceeaatd. lIDappear BeLemore. W. R. Lane,' Francis t McCall NOTICE or APPLICATION FOE TAX DEED
T I. B. r.. W. JotiBson 2 1-2 acres east levied upon and will offer for A'e.0 the i > 'the amended supplemental and vnended and I. B. Jame*. do appear to the amended UNDER SECTION 0 OF
t.9.watn; it c. of railroad te southeast quarter of tlehest and beat bidder for cash on 'Jiol1 a.1&ptem"ber l>ill -of complaint in the above entitled canaeupon supplemental and amended bill of complaint -4M8. LAWS OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER. .

13.w:, wen. J. w. --t qnsHer, bounded north .. 7th. 1914. during Ole legal boors the seventh day. bane the rule day of ia the above entitled cause upon the Stb day. Notice it hereby given that G. W.
..-,. t... 1fuu... Nat by. Johns addition west bv S. A. f sale on said day at the office: of the I September A. a 1914; and that this wider be I being the rule day of October. A. a 191 purchaser of Tax Certificate No. Rhame

,.a A.' KaOwar. south IT section lint Southern Turpentine Company In the town published once a week for four eoraecntivweeks. and. that thin order be published once a weekor ''the lit clay of /<*. A-. D. 1912.227.hat, dated '
1.d lulls. and suit br Onr K stwrt. also'rah of Lake Butler Bradford county. FIo aa. an i. beginning on the seventh day of Aug- eight consecutive weeks, beginning on the said certificate in. my office and has filed ;
> and of the following described peisunal property net A. D. 1914. iD.the Bradford Counts 7th day of A. application made
10 of block 47 Johnsaction August. D.-1114. la the Brad- for tax deed to issue in '
reef iWMiwnLCA.Fnteh 400 tOO I 'io4tt1- Telegraph a newspaper jmbDshed weekly in '>rd County Telegraph a newspaper published IDee with law. Said certificate accord-
embraces
Loven't One typewriter and tm..1bone sad Bradford county. weekly in the following the
Robinson-Lots 2 and said count of Bradford. described ,
supervisor of regisbt t of block .. L, T. Co..' sob._ 200 400 nil top desk three straight office chairs one Done this the 6th day of Anent A. .D. 191na this the nth day of August A. a ford county. Florida property to-wit:situated.in'Brad, 1

M and for the town of Starke L. D. Rerht*r A Co.-FraeHon. *desk. chair three lanterns, one lamp -one t14.. South Half of NE Quarter of SW .
chute 1 and 2 of block. Tem at top desk and water cooler one e'hipper. W. T. WEEI14, W. T. WEEKS Section Twenty-one. Quarter

"Wky/eerUfj that the'above and ple's addit'on ...._.1....._._ 150 2WO two tool sharpeners five hundred and severtv., fSt>L) Clerk (Seal Clerk. Range TweDty-twO East TGW1IIhp BeYe.. South.
,Mof is a' tree list of the In aeo..*._ -.ltlo *v- laws of Florida. tV five feet conveyor chain, three cenveyur chain By R. A. WEEKS. By R. A. WEEKS The said land being assessed 1;
qnaloktortfa "H. 8-7-4t. at the laf.i V "'
rears two S. ft 8-7-8t.
a G. engines Deputy CInkoKATOn the
of B Manama .ffl be fa tskm at Z 30 one engine Deputy; Clerk. l issuance of such certificate i $
and for said town, as o'clock P. M. Monday. 'August 24. .1914.;:to marked "Vftn." five air com'reawr. seven of Co A. Rham.n.--.. 11..1--.._,.,. __.u'U _. in'4 the. Jtameo. ... .

i I by.the .ncerds in office.: bear any eomn1ft<-M nf the owiwrs of said water. pumps tent four boilers six water columns. .....+1I11111111111 ++i'.1 be redeemed according to law tax deed 111&I'r will
my -h. If then 'be. pop valves two four-way iron PROCLAMATIQfN. ileac thereon
.. say why the va uatioa DU the 2lth day of
,c. A. FLITCH, their property u fixed by the Board of blocks, two jacks four composition water 1. E. t Canova. Mayor of Starke. Florida. 4 4 D. D. 191e. AIlPlt, A... -. -.
Mermen should be chanmd.N. hose, two whistles one vis*. erne pipe v se. by virtue of the authority vested in me by + SEABOARD WitDtt18 m7 official signature
p Begistration for the D. WAINRIGHT. two nest drills one snmll dieester. one law do hereby can an election to be held in TIME TABLE. 4 the 20th day of July. A. and seal thins t

** or Starke.;Florida. A. FUTCII Chairman pro ten. wreath forty feet S-5-U inch shaftinr.elv the aforesaid town by the qualified voters 4 4 W. T. WEEKS f.19IL .
T".'" Clerk. *- feet 1-15-1 look abating twenfy t1ETein. on TuesdaY. the 8th day of S.nfwnSror. Clerk, Circuit Court r f
-. 8-lJ-2t. L.t1511 roes K ..I..Rinntn.-'. Xw.1.w--' \. D. 1914. for the purpose of ffectinc the I''4 The following schedule is 4 By Bradford R, A. County 'Flaw
'our wheelbarrows three re-distillers following 'ofBsers I Seal) WEEKS.
w e.AMt' Ttemt six : + now in effect .
: 4
!'III YLTioK FOR tae "lED NOTICE: FOR BIDS FOR ERECTING TOWN storsTe tanh. four separators two copper receiving One Mayor. One year.) 7.2C-6L Deputy Clerk.,. r
-MN1 lICIT F tBAP. JAIL tanks two eha-n hoists one sawrar One Clerk. (One year.) 1\0.3, Jacksonville to Tampa 4 ;
Wwa Or FWBWA. Sealed bids win be received . by the town reservoir years. .
Mqo due
II dies that a W.. council of at Starke 11.-03 A. M. 4 NonCE "
" If, Moore the ton of Starke Florida until ore dynamo one switchboard mad One Treasurer. (One year) APPUCAno FOR TAX
b PKDh .
f L .s evUiettet numbed re. 8 o'clock P. 11_ Friday, the 11th day of Sep electric wires with globes connected there- One Assessor. (One year.) N*. 1, Jacksonville to Tan4 UNDER SECTION 8 OF
It II sa220 bond W the Txt tember. 1914. for the erection and construc .;tia. nine condensers two copper nods foot One Chief of Police and Collector. (One U85. LAWS or CHAPTER ,
I 1kedUedqtr. 'F1orida. each tea of a town Jail In accordance with the fraetkmatinr columns, one hanging seals two yesrj> pa doe: at Starke 11:14 P. JL Notice a hereby gives FLOrIDA.

'-taltygl.laertmt a.tall lab d Jaly lit plant and tpec-neations now on file .with C. lI.tronaw... ., one wagon scales three gaVn One Night Police. (One year.) + No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce4' Durcbaser of Tax Certificate that ]aeph'Crem14
nrttksta .. A. Fnteh. the iron ta'th'"tbree : Inspectors of election the lit No. 2.
.. qolkee town elerk. wood tanks s'x iron -T. N. Eendrick F. day of JaJ,. dated
A. 'I
r "I._>t-: ,. a tu deed.to Contractors iVwld address their bids to t rnrnn. OM ironwater tank one copper rtfll. P. Shaffer A. H. Johns. + dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 +' 'aid ill D.. 1912, hat filed 'a

la.. S. Matthews Chairman Town Council Starke. 'wo hon stills two copper pots two stump In testimony whereof. I have heremto subfrbied t P. M. 4 applicationefor tn deed to. .Dd hat made
- frMt tk* foIWtac. Florida, marked -"Proposal for building Town -nfler *' enone barrels fifty sacks ashes oy name and caused the teal of said sure with law Said "lie I. ateooy.. :

, .. .. w CIab. FfcnMa. tmnttitl 'ail." accompanied br a certified cheek, or tea piping and fitting*, pulleys, valves. ee.nneetetl ,. town to be hereunto affixed,this. 4th day of.UKtet. t No. 4, Tampa to ,Jackson- 4 following desenbed Property tertifteatp tIIIbrac the
........ aid eerUflloo ash tile of with the l. A. TX 1914. for! situated ia
III. .'. !? !** 868.04. U aD evidence of plant of the South -n Tvr- + toIIllb' Florir/s, tOowit- Brad-
i1as1 aN adst d.ta ucI good faith that If awarded the contract the ""nt1ne Cowanv hi Lake Bn1**, Flo- ""v s...- E. E. CANOTA. .YiI1e. due at Sterke 3:49 P. JL 4 We.t Half 81 SF: Qnarta:
,
*;.b. 1>tetlaLsbMlabar bidder will faithfully perform the fOatraet enty-five t>ir e-lnch boiler tubes. sixtyieht I Mayor of Starke Florida. t No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- + Three. Township Foar Seetion''j'birty-. -
sack C. A. FTTTCH. Clerk. .. Est Bautl Range .
B.8.INOTICE. .' alkali one lot tools two recoraln -7- t.APPUCATION NiDetee. -
.twa bind a4'twabI".r 8-1.4t. Chair.. "iwe. .... at...", rawte*?t*>,. hui''Jr d spa t riDe, doe at Starke 4:54 A. M. 4 The said land being

aetkea.t seventy thousand, on* hundred and twenty + No. 14 Cedar of t.he iMJIIDCe .t such asarmd'at the dale
Key to Jack-, + rot eert/SaSe :.
fa
t.wtabip read of weed. Lnkno'e the '
ne Ttecum gauge, one air FOR TAX DEED. Un1eu nab -
Ii-:- hsty..oets4. = Notiee Ie (ore. one watchman's 'clock' thirty-six Notice of application for tax: deed under section + flftnville, due at Starke 9:21" 4 bnsrtdteheeioa tAt laid law urtikate. shag
: hereby given that at a ..... -vinper knives four chipper bed pUtea one 8. of Chapter 4888. Laws of Flenda. + A.. Jl.. cording tq deed 1rilI
wt nonirti tad twentyof ;of held tile ton eeaaeiJ d tile Tows of Stub. "-IIIf''' V.tV bolt one 24-inch loather bolt Hereby nsnte b given that H. N. Bodcct.narehaser 4 D. 191E day of Anguct A.D. ..

::Isrlht st, aorta half of o* Monday. Atcost Srd. the following -ne 10-tacb leather belt one Wnch leather of tax eertieatet allJ encl rises. 4 1liibJeu 11I7 oIItia1 s' x
trite, WfttiH names were' stricken from the aegltra belt one 12-ineh rubber belt one IMnch rub- timely 132 and 131 lined by the tax collectorof j tIe Uth day of Jubr. A patare_ lt4.ed tai w.
+
D.
lilt ,
r-..... .f .w ton Start and Waanee Brandt 4Ka
... for reasons let forth wo- i her boa 10-Inch robber belt fo-r C-leeH Bradford County Florida, each of said erof W. T
Ns setn. sits die.... of taM persons: rubber belt, one lot of seam Iron lease titleatla h .. as .1.ta July .. Clerk, Circuit WEns.
Court
xa Belt B. C .... _...__ w.. uu espirug tat 1I1! has Bradtonf CoaDt .
. ... B" janoary i. nil WWTOR KX on waicnnlant tied said ecrtifteales te my office and has made By R. A. ,. ,rJa.,
.
.aO;; :: bestsd aid t1Nat.J. ". W. M.-Removed. it loeatH. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 Seal) WEEKS
one office building application for
- factory a tax deed to bane in ae- .
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M. T.Z4oSt.
ef MI'tIIt -Removed. building and Jeputj.
four am.
L storage holdings two T-r4anes with few. A. *. 4
*kt. Edwards F. Co-Rem wcL "OS o* bl4 k. one ebrpner .
OM tool sharpener The said certificate embracet the following
.:{"" ...... .....: iasrd enM John Haraage 3. A.-Not eligible three handed seventy-five feet conveyor chain ends in Bradford county. Florida, astftstit : No.. 104 arrives at Starke 4 NOTICE OF ADOPTION or _' !i

W e1t)''" ittr sham kM Johns A.Newton.. -Removed. one air eompreasor. one water pump one date of the issuance of sad certificates 2:45 P. M. 4 Ir ..reby given that the MINOR.N'Jtice .
N. W wID Kite. >Jaa J.-Removed, T toiler, four water eorinins. two tap valves. i the names and uder dates and numbers thirtythe ,. ot her the date of lIDoJtnintcl"11
iIF kas tbeTaoaIRT Jr.-Removed. two this
four-way iron IICt
.,.... ...,... ""'l. A. D. 1914..AK Le.., H. L.-Removtd water hose two whistles blocks, one two Jacks. four Hereinafter respectively particularly act forth. .4 a'tp t.'te BoDOlIble'llUIIta CnJ.t T.'Wily. Judn;
vise wIt
__.. -"' L.e. a C-Removed. V 1 tort drill. one small dfat.pipe awe wrench.one r- rtifitate: Number 132. embraces lot two + Limited Trains .+ '=''L"eUit. ba and for BracUord.f the Efd1tJt Judidali
.... heihsd c-\J. J'1or. >J rrh.e. W. ix at his ty, Flor'dn.t
1 a-Remofed. digesters two circular ttws tad one saw ef block eight in Worthintrton. Section thirty --' t dllee i. Cainavine

......... ,_It.tt4t .McCall....... W.Pra-k-Dad. *, .Frame,.... two condensers forr fnctionatint_ nODe :-!- three townshp South ranee nineteen ever fie may 1Ie. for Flori4&. or w...raicptioe < ,
: "IUt. a-Dead. V _rdilllr ""_. -.. .."- _..-, Sot. assessed anknowa.Ccrtficato : No. 9, Jacksonville to'Tampa 't of Myrtle iSL2'afxrirhg the -
SWfat... Q.-. R.-._..... .N........,_ four chipper knives, -four eh;p-w' : child and a.ir-at.law.. BUBOr' .. oar
W plates, I Number 117. embraces H six. due at Starke '
12:51
1i& Underhfll., a L-Bemcmd. 14-ineb P. M. '. -
T tiddfsLtssa one leather belt one 24-ineh le 'Vr of block eleven In Worthnuton. Section R. Eo"HODGECJ,
Wainright.* W. E.-Memo ed. belt one 10-inch leather belt one 8-inch feath thirty-three, township six. South range nine- No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville + '. Adkim9El' E. HOOCm
dvabaa ilUnnm,, So -......., er belt and one 12-inch rubber belt kea East muni unknown. I L for -
Williams, Ed. inn due at Starke 6:10 P. ?him Petit ones. y
The JL +
The -Removed. saie baying been levied open as the Valve said certificates shall be rr ice the csMb oune. IwiU be in .bon .t TM o'clock property of the Southern Turpentine Company. a-a-eordin to law. tax deed will issue thereon 4 T. J.. Griffin. Agent. T41.ft. '{

Malbkwb. MfaS L 1'ridaT. AT** 28thth to hear pro- a corporation and will be sold to satisfy said 'n the 7th day pf September A. a 191t 4 ne. REGISTRATION NOTICE. -

Reis act aa.eate a ieot improperly persons fronraaItaokrW Wn execution and cost This Aut .. in*. 4 1Ii1l be**! ratoa: boob of ***** coolly '

b W heal, sty toe strcken K. a S. B. DENMARK.a W. T. WEEKS +++..i'#+#M 11II1144444Get ie lilY oftire ogee in for the regittrau" of eisetoes ;
1 is / WAINRIGHT R Bradford COUIIt). m Clerk. of the Circuit Court. Bradford County. the ewrrt bole at Starie on h
et1 Chairman Pro E. KNIGHT MonirlAe. *, will ", -
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{ Mbol gnuc I-U-L C. A.. FUTCH.. Clerk. Attorney for Plaintiff 8-7-St PrSeaL S. WEEKS.. I our prices for printing and we during the Friday mend of Aupnrt.Saturday of each week, :
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Sunday afternoon
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: You had better get .you a faster bone,:
TftCMC Of
1 o boy. I
i l I wonder what the attraction is at.

; County News Items Long Brilget I ,see Mr. .Thomas I
PoppeD going over, there quite often.
I It must be a girl

Master Henry Turner, the grandson -
k [ : IJltr ?dsy fact( Gathered During die Week by Our of Mr. W. T. Turner, had the Q

I ," Refnlar Corrapandcnt+ misfortune of spraining his ankle on oQ

o Monday.Mr. :
.' R. V. Turner and'family of
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:t :' HAMPTON.' I guest of relatives I Starke, spent Sunday night and Mon- r eontt larlsrrtr
Misses Mamie Denmark and Rosa I day with his parentsMr.. and Mrs. ett'tAKSre
x The,citizens summoned to do street 1 here Sunday, the : M. Turner, of New River. .... LiiF
Driggers were
work responded, nobly Monday'and of relative; Mrs E. L. Loadholtz, of'Lake BUt-
guests .
r <
put.in good work. ler, was visiting her parents, Mr.
J. Mrs., Alice Abbott, state temperance -
'effect P.
K The war has still had no on : lecturer will lecture at the Methodist and Mrsl]. P. A. Wililams. on, Sunday. "
B. Hunt. He is loading ties. I lie
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church at Raiford Sunday even-
:' Bro. John Mullady left Monday I + l
Theressa. ing at 7:30. A great treat awaits LAKE BUTLER.Mr. I

iT morning for an extended trip to yon. L. A. Duncan and little Frank
The blacksmith and auto .repair 0. E. Cull, pastor of the Christian Rivers are in partnership in the gin-

'I shop seems to be about the busiest church and Holmes Logan, pastor of ning business. Extensive alterationsand

of anyone in Hampton. We are glad the Methodist church, filled their regular preparations are beng made in +. y0 11

s I to see it as it has been claimed that I appointments here Sunday.Mr. the mill, particularly on the machinery -

> there is a good opening for such an Fred Crawford went to the I I so that they will be ready for t1ttii4ilU U itiAti&
industry. woods Sunday.J. the cotton season. It will be remem- JACK3ONV1Lt BRWIH t CQ '
sickness it A. Brooker and family visited bered that Mr. ,Duncan sustained
of serious a
On account
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bas been necessary to postpone the relatives at the county site on Sun- severe loss through the fire which Ui NI t ( : :E !1 vnw++

t play, "The Old New Hampshire ,I day.G. consumed his hotel and store. This (
;'- Home," until Thursday night, August C. Mott and Tate Wainright, of disaster left only his ginning businessto
i. t 27. The weather man has been the Wateroak section, represented at him. His whole attention will be

t : I I contracted with for an ideal night Worthington Sunday.W. given this year to. the ginning and '
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''I i and there is little doubt but what the T. Dowling was business vis- buying of cotton. His partner, Mr. A,'

I usual large crowd will be in attendance itor to Jacksonville Tuesday. Frank Rivers, better known as little ;
I Misses Nellie Logan and Rhona Frank is well known
to see the favorite club in their and respectedin '
latest attempt. McDonald, two of our efficient teachers and around Lake Butler. Mr. Riv- tit. : ;;
,I J. Vernon Jones has been "batch- visited their parents in Lake But- ers, too, was one of the unfortun- !: If I -

; ing" so long that he is beginning to ler Saturday and Sunday.E. ates. An accident with a horse fractured llt ,I1II If 11111
: i look like the "driven from home" va- N. Folsom and W. C. Whitten the bones of his'leg, so that for u -
K ., tlt. .I I I
I .. left Tuesday morning for Baltimoreand many weeks he was laid aside from I J ,
I riety.We other cities for the of work thus u nnn r'tI
are glad to see that Dr. W. E. purpose suffering a'severe financial i
s'i Middleton, who has been confined to selecting and buying their fall and loss. Frank is an adept at machinery.Mr. ''tI { Oil*

i j his bed for the past two weeks, is I winter stock of dry gods. Duncan ]knows cotton and we are. I

,' able to be up about on crutches The Mr. W. W. Robert, of. the firm of sure that the very best work will be I

t, doctor received the sad news that his Robert & Andrews, of Worthington, done. I
brother who reside sat Hortense, Ga., visited his family here Sunday. The finishing touches are being put D -

'f'.' was at.the point of death. The doc Master Dennis Robert, of Worth- on the canaL The sounds of heavy LI gIilll ill M l ? 1id M

f. tor, his wife and their eldest son, ington Springs, was here Sunday', the firing are heard, telling us that the

3 Earl, left for Georgia Monday after- guest'of Master Clifton Robert. stumps are being gotten rid of.

-.- noon, hoping to arrive at the bedside: Rev. H. Logan preached to two The East Butler meat mearket has
I and be with him during the list I good congregations on Sunday. again changed hands. Mr. C. R. Hew- TME eer1
I hours. The appearance of the Raiford itt has sold his interest and equipment cksoml i

We have a good marshal at Hampton Tribune was delayed by the gas en- to Mr. H. 0. Brown our late post- L1! o-M: HOMEGOODBEEK .

now, but the "grape" proposition gine kicking on them. Editor Moseley master.
j I I at,the depot on the arrival of every says that it will be out by Thursday. A quiet though pretty, wedding q .. 1AOIjgRllatffu .
train is getting to be something fierce took place at Worthington Springs on : 0 FI
LITTLE SPRINGS. last Thursday when Mr. William
I and the boys should be tamed down M.
R'. j lightly. A large crowd of Little Springs- Overstreet, of Lake Busier: and Miss I

i Mrs. R. G. Middleton, of Virginia, folks attended the Bradford county Purl Ware, of Worthington Springs, ? !
who has not seen the doctor for more singing society's regular meeting at were joined in the bands of holy mat-
than twenty spent a pleasant rimony by Rev. 0. K. CulL ** 'I -
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years *
the Methodist church .
M. I, visit in Hampton last week. Everyone reports an of excellent Worthington.time. Mr. Overstreet is manager of the QUALITY FIRST=that's our motto-today, tomorrow, all the time. fo produce the ideal( _,_"" ;

:k'' I', The Masonic lodge here seems to The Little Springs Junior High Florida Furniture Company and one watchword' of every employe. Have we done it?- ask the thousands who are dui '(

c 'have taken on a sudden desire to'en- School closed on Friday, the 14th. of the most popular young men of lag Royal Palm and Jax beer. Our sales oa these popular brands hare been beyond aert '

; large its membership of late. Three The'teachers, Prof. W. C. Wooldredgeand the town. The bride is a former resi- t expectations and still growing. t>

.t- .. .... new candidates were worked on at the Miss Carrie Sloan, seemed to de- dent of this place and for a DamNop--- OX SALE AT ALL TISE1U' CLVB9. CAFES: AND SASS :
last two meetings and there is a monstrate what can be performed if of years has been one of Lake Butler's JACKSONVILLE BREWING CO. JACKSONVILLE FLI.t'

prospect for a good bunch at the next only the right effort be put forward. valued school teachers. Her kind, '_,.

meeting. Prof. Wooldredge may teach the fall amiable disposition has made for her -
Spicher baa -just completed a sign very many friends. I -
term also, but we do not know if
for the Hampton Pharmacy. One Miss Sloan will, or will not be assistant The ceremony took place at the reSidence "Oh"!" she replied, "what state is that ++*+*#11 i 11111111 ++ ++ January 1, 1914, show,tik.
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of the bride's in? We told her that it was in a + +
almost done in
,. can get anything Prof. Wooldredge is remaining parents Rev. 904,000 head of bog,fe
and Mrs. G. W. S. Ware. bad state when we left, on account of + UHLANS CRACK LANCERS. +
Hampton,if they will just look arounda at Worthington. Miss Ruby Pee- They left they are valued at:$5<
4 little plea taught during the last week in. on their honeymoon for Jacksonville,I the drought + per head. :,;..... 't,
f I "Zack" Wilson has really gone to Miss Sloan's place on account of the Pablo Beach and other points on the' A young gentleman informed us +**+* II III MM 1111 ff'Pff The farmers of the

work. Be careful, Zack the weather the II East Coast. They, returned on Sun that our country was in an awful pre- The word "Uhlan" denotes a type last year lost 7,004300from
is mighty hot. I I. lady having mumps. h- day, and, we are told, will soon go to dicament, Russia and Servia were going of cavalryman in the Gexman army. disease. Their '
Clanton Scaff 13 while in ba
Miss: Madge Middleton has just returned fell and broke, age his, left below housekeeping. Their many, friends to lick us off the map. We had to The Uhlan ia'a lancer. There are $75,000,000 and the
ing, arm -
.' from an extended visit in the elbow afternoon. wish them many a long year of unal. explain that ,Australia and Austria- twenty-six regiments of Uhlans in the per 1,000.LONG 4.. _
_ on Sunday
loyed
two different German
happiness and were places. army-nineteen from Prus-
South Florida. prosperity.
The cotton gins are preparing for A good "practicing time" was had An excursion on the A. C. L. to St. Professor Draper has returned from sia, three from Saxony two from Ba- HOURS- FOB;
f, last Saturday afternoon between the J
Petersburg left here Gainesville looking cheerful and hap- varia and Ywo from Wurtemburgwith BOREB&
the There is I I on Monday
n coming crop. being an morn
Little and
Worthington baseball
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Springs A
Washington D. C,<
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the old and ing. yAmong'those who took py. The patrons of the school are a total-strength on a peace fot- -
built
Addition to building, advan :
installed. teams, two games being played, tage of the reduced fares gratified that he is returning to the! ing of approximately twenty-five The farm laborm;of' '
there will be gins
more were Mr.
F When the location Little Springs capturing both in easy and Mrs. R. E. Dell, Mr. L D. Lake Butler school next term. thoussand. These regiments are rank on an average of 9.hoots
repairs are completed Conyers
fashion. The score was 10 to 3 and Mr. Mrs.F. utes per day, according i
and Mrs. H. J. Stewart C. Elwes and her two children ed as heavy cavalry and are usued
round the will
11 gin present a 2 to 0. No doubt these two clubs Mr. and .
; may Mrs. : which has just been 1
Ldadholtz Dr. and Mrs. Master Lewis and Miss Frances principally as independent cavalry,
factory Mrs. Cora appearance.S. Fielding. and Mr. Phil- combine and would like to offer some and their son, Mr. Purdom, Mrs.Maines Chas of Jacksonville, are visiting her forming the cavalry screen. This was ted States department -:,
'" in in the games with other teams. Register and Mr. E. L. Odom. brother, Mr. J. E. Harper. their employment in the Franco-I Farm laborers in only
ips spent Tuesday Hampton
War war, war, is the principal top- work longer hours thaw.The .
Mr. F. M. Rev. S. S. Prussian and from
interest of the Woodman circle. Rivers has completed Harper was confined to war, the reports '
V o o Mrs. J. N. Strickland, of Wauchu-i ic of conversation now, but we must beautiful new wagon for Mr. Frank a his bed on Tuesday,,but on Wednes coming from Belgium, it would seem monthly com '
all that !
will the
} si la Fla., is visiting her sister, Mrs. hope long. peace reign supremeere Forsythe. Many farmers stick to the day was just able to be out again.The that the Uhlans are still being used with ida laborers board and on$26.70: ,if .
good old bachelor's club is as the of the German ;
down. vanguard
: O. K.| Prince. hand-made wagon as the going army.I!I
: Mrs. T. J. Thomas, of Valdosta, is strongest? and.---- -mncf??: .Jn.---.vi-.'_. *mere*..__ Worthy. Supreme- Bachelor Green saYS. The.uhlan is armed with lance, sa boards himself. Theseto The"-
i enjoying a visit with her parents, Mr. I NEW RIVER. is no doubt of this fact that is what we intend to do., The r bre, carbine and pistoL He is well the year 1913. ..
The revival meeting which has been I club instituted mounted and for farm labor in COIl
: and Mrs. 0. Haynes. The colored Baptists are having a was to encourage the his equipment is especially
States is i maw
; : running at the New River Baptist grand bachelors to The two designed for the $13.85 per
f : Rev. Holmes Logan will preach at rally this week. Rev. H. Logan marry. re- purposfor without boards
4 { i Hampton on Sunday, morning and church, closed Sunday night. There preached for them on Tuesday evening maining members appear as if they which he is employed-ready to fight and $19.97 ,
of this state employ
-.4. evening. There will be an illustrated were fourteen additions to the church, and Rev. S. S. Proctor, on Wed would dissolve it altogether. Why or run, ride down outposts or scout- .

sermon, by means of the stereopticon three by letter and eleven by bap- I nesday. I not.start a young married men's club in g parties of the enemy, harass his I Get our prices for ;
tism. Rev. S. S. Proctor with a first degree covering those flanks and screen the movements of prc
; on Sunday night. Subject, "F ot- returned from will'get orders. k ,
your
; steps Of Christ" There was a large baptizing in the Lafayette county where he had a about to marry, and those who wantto his own main body. I I

;t Mr. J. I. Green, superintendent waters of old New River last Sunday. splendid series of meetings. Large marry? The word "Uhlan" itself is of Polish

'. of the Methodist Sunday school, hast There were eight baptized. There will congregations, and several were add- origin and. denotes a lancer. The fht
r." i J returned,to his home in North Carolina be three baptized on next second Sun- ed to the church. CLAY HILL. Uhlans in the German army wear the 11f

but the school is ably officered day. Everybody seemed to enjoy the I I I Rev. Holmes Logan preached morn- Mrs. H. B. Hudson is spending the czapka, the peculiar fiat topped headdress ,r
by Dr. Middleton. meeting at the church very much. ing and evening at Raiford last Sun- week with her son in Jacksonville, which was worn by the Polish Y

.: .. Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke, did the day. The cloudiness of the weather Mr. C. M. Hudson. Uhlans, and which to this day is the INN ,
:Y < -. preaching with Rev. W. F. Malphurs, kept those at home who lived at Mrs. Leila Mathis, of Glen St dstinguishing mark in the uniformsof = IKE KOMIErerr ..-"'
:":.' RAIFORD. the pastor of the church, to assist distance, but the evening a Marys, was visiting her sister, Mrs. the lancer regiment of Great I day in.oar taa lad _

.4 :. Mr. and MrS: D. C, Cason visited him.Mr. attended by a large congregation.meeting was Mr. I' Charity Starling, Saturday and Sun- Britain and other European countries. G- andschootyou'rtely home'. q

: Jacksonville last week. W>T. Turner was in Lake Cityon Logan preaches at Hampton on next day.Rev. The Uhlans during the Franco- I in"What< i '. W. S. Graham was a business visitor Saturday last on business and a Sunday.Mr. James Strickland returned Prussian war made a name for them the bptioaofLstLti't !.
t. ;, to Hampton Tuesday.A. pleasure trip combined. Mr. Turner Frank Rivers has had home Sunday night, after helping to selves for their quick'dashes and raid-' This N*w CreatioD snnWbat...
D. Andrews visited Stafke on lived in Lake City before he came to letterhead and other business a cut fora conduct a revival meeting at Evergreens ing expiditions and the ruthless man- I qnectiooJtnftction..ForeignScience itaus.BJIt8IY:
.a Tuesday. this county. The pa church the past week and reports ner in which they ravaged the coun-' *,rtrb a.f asdx00,000 "
pers. design is emblematic I 10ft -
and walla. .
:i Mrs. Nellie Sapp, C. B. Cason and Mrs. J. J. Sparkman and her grand- well executed. The ideas artiS- a grand spiritual meeting. try through which they went. The OOO UlMtratiMS ,

wife attended church at New River daughters, Clara and Alice Agin, of tically planned. Mr. Blake,are the local !I Mr. W. A. Starling made a business patrol of Uhlans who tried to.gallopinto I CM 9400,000.

t t Sunday. Starke, have been visiting relativesand artist, is the designer. The zinco was trip to Baldwin Saturday. Liege, according to reports from P.see.7beoalydktloesrrr. WiI
.a Miss Mamie Andrews spent the friends at New River for a few made'in Jacksonville.Mr. Hay cutting seems to be no new Brussels and capture the Belgian 5 tLvawolieWrlMSa'-*-'r

week end at Worthington SpringS the days.Mr. McDonald has been object nowadays, since Mr. Willie general staff waS acting true to the Oeniof.cteriKlu-ASttato" f.-'

Roy Cason, of Lake City, was to cease work for a few compelled Starling1 loans his mowing machine. Uhlans reputation for daring.-Sa- .........YUle
visiting his parents the last of th new postoffice on account days of on fingers thee Miss Dasha Nolan is staying with vannah Morning News. 1 |011*li.thin.iper.Wh op&qo at. a,hew.tp
ioTsTRENGTh week and, of course, he had his best no doubt sore her sister Mrs. Hetty Scully, and at- faction toowBtbeJi* S*
occasioned the ia torn IG
by Webster a 1iIII4.
t girl out to church tending school at Long'Branch.Well E
on Sunday.Mr. handling of the sand DISEASES PLAY HAVOC WITH ud to wnTenient to ,
after any rickucu Is purely a matter of Robert Andrews was a visitor bricks. The work new has and lime we are having some good HOGS. I wdgatofaegalarl30Otlast One haUth,ttictoK"*
been
t ; nourishment, whether the attack wu to the resumed '
county seat on strawberry weather' for setting out
.a ordinary cold or evejre illness theweakened Mrs. Saturday. and the building will no doubt be I Washington, D. C., August 20.- Iaphrl aDKRh1J,
F. N. Andrews of Lake the plants 'now, if the farmers could Oa stroll'boot )
races cannot repulse disease But opened for mail business in a few Diseases caused the swine breedersof ulbtit.. SiIo J, .
:.. .,. germ and this is why a relapse is sooften ler, and her charming sister, Miss weeks. get the ground prepared, but the Florida to lose 135,600 valued I iDclII.s.
hogs

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l fatal or why chronic weakness often Louise O'Quinn, of Valdosta 1- Write fir. uwwp.Y
-Ga., We grass grows.How ....
t ; e loQom ikkness. were vistiing'relatives ought to give good attention $813,600 last year, accordingto -
t i Restoring strength to millions of people. around New to the teachingof which has iwtta
River Saturday geography in our to Cure a Sprain. a report just been issued I ::=
I for years hupmven the real need and Sunday. schools. A lady asked the writer what A sprain be cured in about by the department of agriculture.This !!i nu...
nc tar taking Scott's Emulsion after any Mr. L. Johns of New River, was may one- S II....
BJrkwm; nothing equals it-nothing Susyiess visitor to Starke a country he came from adding that it third, the time required by the usual is an average death rate of
j compares with it. Its pure medicinalaonrUhment on Satur- must be some distant place, judging tr'-atment by applying ChamberlainVLiniment 150 to each 1,000 head. During 1913 I
., ,free from alcohol s .& -
or opiates day.I from
,. promptly creates:: rich strengthens I wonder what youngster it the peculiarity of his accent and observing the direction the ratio was 170 per 1,000 head anda =
b ; ;r. ttt,nerves and lungs ivoa tubertubiL i that liked to have caused his was We replied that we came from sev nth each bottle. Fo r sale by all total of 149,300 head were lost. The E AIbWotiibaa I
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