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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 28, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
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IK..J--I To Cut A-8 t .1 fensive Movement in .
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t "iI ; Throat t The following was writ- t 1 Lorraine.. r
I"" $" poem : + Rudyard Kipling is the au4 : :

--if'a'' ten by William Watson 'alur. + thor ',of the following verses, + -

rF.:Cox a well known:resident ofJuafhuaHigh ...published in the London Chron t HI 4 which are considered the best 4 Official reports in Vienna. announce -

,i; Springs section and ,ps ide. It has been pronounced poetry so far inspired by the + a complete Austrian victory in a three ..

. ?iJnTTW living on the Atwater planMta'about t the worst war poem yet.published f 4 '.European war: 4 day battle at Krasnik in Rusisan Po

' ; ,two and ,a half miles : t land. The Russian forces were're: -
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gOTtfcwest of High,Springs, was tilled .1 \ o .. 4 The earth is r full of anger, '+ pulsed along the entire front.and are

'Ida fifteen-year-old daughter SunS the foe and France t in full flight in the direction of Lub
i/'i/ t Betwixt was 4 The seas are ,dark with wrath 4
l 7 and 8 o'clock. lin. V .
: iorning between t she, t 4-, The'! nations in their harness 4- a
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iCox/K, will fa remembered, ,was t France, the Immortal-France, tL 4Go up against our path; 4' This is the first indication of an, ,

'*gtoriei-tned: for'murder in this c nf i the free; t + Ere: yet we loose the legions + Austrian advance into Russian territory .

, .::fce indictment coming as a result .1 foe like vast living tr Krasnik is about twenty miles
....'t' The one sea + "Ere yet we draw the blade, +
t JS'tho' th"of J. B. Martin, a whitea f r Drew nigh t ;t Jehovah' the Thunders, + north of the Galician frontier {

shot by Cox in Ala- .. It was announced officially in Berlin a
J a'JOB. who/was of i of Lord God our battle aid! 4 ; -

; till:on the evening,of November:12, of' 'He dreamed that:none, his tide ,1 + today that Lieut-Gen.: Prince

;!?,? ,Each time the case was Jre'gpled of>I would stay, 4',. ta :t High lust and forward bearing, 4 Frederic of Saxe-Meiningin had been

;: to a jury a mistrial was,record- 4 I But when he bade her to make f Yx' 4- Proud heart, rebellious brow> 41 killed at Namur August 2$. ,This apparently -

A.lid,'wd finallt,Solieitor Long asked 4tlst I way t + Deaf ear and soul uncaring, 4' clears up the identify pf the

'.;1 nol prosse be entered, .and the t a German nobleman reported
:a 4 She through her cannon answer- 41 We. seek Thy mercy now! + yesterdayand
:' k r was thrown out of court From oil"' 'ed, ay----- "- 4 P 4 The sinner that forswore Thee, 4 today as having lost his lifel "

:1tM'time, that Cox, killed Martin his. 4'tw h "Not I." t : ; + The fool'that passed Thee by, + A news dispatch from :;Paris saps -
have been shrouded in that in Lorraine allied
the
I il said to 4 h 4' 4' Our times are known before Thee 4 armies

tzoebfe: ,,and he became an excessive 4> No tremor and no fear she t 4 Lord grant us strength to die! + have taken up a combine! offensive!

J'! 'drinker. -, 4t' h showed;' 4' I t movement and that the situation in

;;$Saturday night it is said.Cou,was 4 K She held the pass, she barred the t ** ''? 4- From panic pride and terror 41 the 'Vosges is unchanged. The bat-
f hi- drunken condition, and that he tie continues in the
; 4 h road, 't 4 Revenge that knows no rein, 4* region of, Lune-
r attacked several members of his famHe feet t kT vile and the French troops are Saidto
4 h While Death's unsleeping : + Light haste and lawless error, + -
endeavored to cut the throat 5 r Y be mating
"llli. t V progress.
4.t bestrode 41" Protect. us yet again. +

... III tiff son and also made an attach i.h'The ground. t 1 4 .Cloak Thou our undeserving, + A. dispatch from Antwerp reports '

: t Hi.wife, but the : .h 4' that all German troops are believed to
p Make firm the shuddering breath t .
ja lcatecJ for a"few hours!, -Sunda. i have left Brussels and the.
.h So long as deeds of noblest 41 In silence and unswerving t Belgians
}! '" at the:brealdastaabi: it is z expect to the 'immediate s
JI 4.h worth .t + To taste Thy lesser death! It5 occupy ,city -
"' .4 that'Mr. Cox.renewed the quar.with -. ly. This news, however lacks %
.. I.t Are,. sung 'mid joy and tears 4'" t con a

".- 'the entire fami1l'anci1rithU ; t.t and mirth, tI' Here is shown King ""- *: firaation.
: knife tried:to stab his : f George of England on his way to review -E'en now their vanguard gathers, A '
loBf-Uaded dispatch received Vienna
from
c &bta, slashing her elotbing,:',but :F'Her glory the earth shall to the ends off t the troop* of Great Britain. Immediately'following the declara- 41 E'en now, 'we face the fray- +,, declares Austria-Hungary + As Thou dids't fathers
t.1' otherwise harming her. The girl I1 t tan of war by Germany against Russia the greatest interest at- help oar war on Japan. ;
Resound.
\i;ia* from the dining room to the fron'aoO'door. 1*' I. f. tached to the attitude of Great Britain and how her army and 4 Help Thou our host today! According to telegrams from'NishyServia '
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t. The door, Was fastened, ..' would that Fulfilled of signs'and wonders, ,the losses of the Austrian in< ,
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measure to the other ?
double-barreled was in the :t Watched, .by world, that yeamh + navy up great. powers involved. 4 In life, in death made clear-'
gI gun -- the battle of Drina continue to '
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, ,eeI.to aid, 4. Jehevah of the Thunders, t
,"' !eIIDIr nearby. ''Tho young girl know : They are.now given as 15,000.
TWaottlnc; olio to do to save her life *Lonely. ed she stood, but undismay- 4'E + ,,*.+.+.+.'+IIIII11 I 111111.' ..*_+ f t4tttihMttttitIfttpttt 4Lord God of Battles hear! t 30,000 wounded and, 15,000< prisoners.killedr: ;
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and the time she W + 4 Kipling.,"
P,4w. to toot, by Three hundred thousand Austrians
h Resplendent was, the part she t ,* CHRISTIANENDEAVOR IN + + : 4,
.... leer father ma,almost ;t 1 A FISH AND GAME LAWS + ttttt are said to have taken part in this'engagement
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;;t1lf. The gun, which was loaded \ 'played I t' SUMMEk + +' "* OF FLORIDA, + + II 1111111lIll_ Ptft t '
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' tfbuekshot,' was, discharged the I . . ,, ttttt A WINNING STREAK. Disuatehes from the central staffat
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... load penetrating the man'I' i . . ...tt .
I St Petersburg fresh victories ,
I' Praised be her heroes, proud, her 't It makes no matter'who can rest ft is only short white until the announce '" .
I! tract, killing him Instantly..The t tI s Raiford and Lawtey Are Easy For for Russia against both, Germany .
ton of Cox immediately notified sons; with ease with the excuse, "It's too season for hunting begins and
,/. open Starke Grays. and Austria.
souls 4P
She threw her into the < ,
-"Jt !!*'authorities la High Springs and warm to go to church, the young
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therefore I this Russian
I II 41 am making statement troops are now said to
.. guns; people of the Endeavor society ge
ofthe
Jostle Peace Bexley empanelt&a I II Her name shaD with the loveliest 4 for the benefit of those who August 20 Raiford went down in defeat occupy the whole of the eastern and
corona The jury after cherf ally along, aiding the pastor by
JuVy. ,
once more before the fast flying southern half of eastern Prussia. The .
ones filling the evening service when he is may make application for a hunter's i t
dactl
1i.r; e ?g a thorough Investigation, :
Endure. 4- license. Starke Grays to the tune of 22 to 2, Russian armies are declared officially
vacation Application blanks will be k
'1 indeed a verdict of justifiable homiI away for or doing other :
,* 'ptiti numerous duties to "help out. That placed in veral different places-over In a five'inning game by agreement to be continuing on the defensive.: 'A-
I. between Captain Johns and Whitten. news dispatch from St. Petersburg a
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;I Tao tragedy Is very much regretM. # is what "Endeavorers are for to be the' county, in hotels, banks, post
The features of the game were the describes the Russian center, lompoed *. .
offices and
stores
and those who wish
-;) aad by none more than by then in the convention and useful and "happy. :
everything
t' appears to to the hitting and sensational base runningof of the great bulk'of ihe Russian k
tIIIDj of tho deceawd-Gtinesville1 apply county: judge by nail
t to be in readiness for a good must first go before an officer wh is the Starke team as a whole. "Big : army, as marching "silently, but with g
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'r'I1:4IlTATTAX/ meeting. The State secretary spent several authorized to take oaths and Six" Powell was as steady as an old terrible force," on Posen, in Prusa.Bome .
properlyfill
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The members of the Christian early spring days interviewing the ;
M1LLAGE and the blank wash woman and pitched his usual reports the receipt by the
.r.t REDUCED. .oafr sign aplicatkm
: church in Starke and their local societies and officers of Southwestern
d s" II. Fla, August 27,-ForSttm before him, then "he may enclose the steady game. Whitten, whom Cap Italian government of a telegram

': : islet Governor Park Trainmen friends are arranging entertainment and South Central'distriet. After an !aptication, together with the fee for tain FerreH picked to do the twirling, from General Conrad, chief of tM
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for a number of delegates from Lake ,arduous week 'in the office following Austrian
was tapped far 15 hits. staff characterizing as absolutely
information the license and for its -
that
postage re-
1:1"IItHriDr Buttery .Hampton, Theressa, Graham, the Florida field trip, she went to the I RHE without foundation the
reports -
.. ,what reduction if turn and the county judge win then
!.,.b. could make: in the state milW Raiford, Brooker,and other points in Chattanooga State convention to rep issue and mail the license. Starke _____3 2584 22 15 1 that Austria-Hungary has aggressive -<< 4

: tax for the 1914 assessment The the county as well as some visitors resent this union in a called southern .All residents of the state must apply Raiferd _______2 0000, 2 44 intentions against Italy. "> "' )

t FIsvlemt from Jacksonville, Gainesville and conference meeting during the conven Twe base hits, Chancey, Alvarez, News dispatches from Ostend
|| about the first of August to the county' judge of the countyin convey ,
other tion. The return home included Vis- '
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\" i. :of OM and a halt mills 'in the big basket dinner will be eedved its to Georgia and Alabama workers.It can only buy license in the county in baIls, Powell, 1; Whitten, 3; Stolen occupy .Ostend for use later as:abase '..

j?JOBoion tax and so ordered but to de- at the noon hour next Sunday on the which he wishes to hunt. The report I I bases Starke, 14; Raiford, 1; time 1 of naval operations against -
yard of A. E. Moitfs home and Is getting time for active plan ,
.i :-t naino whether or not still further a of the State Game and Fish Commissioner -: hour; umpire, Willis. England.. Ostend is sixty-six miles.
; large number of people not identified ning in behalf of the series of six *
from the
British -
;\Totioo of the state millage could shows that over forty-five, coast.
h t;>:Bttde, it was necessary for the by membership with the Christian district conventions to be held this thousand dollars was realized for the. August 25 Starke defeated Lawte; The Belgian royal family will aban- .
church are, assisting in an affort to falL Southeastern meets for its first- again in fast 9 to 1. The don' its
r fonraor to take further time to'gath.jet first season through this departmentand a game temporary residence in Ant-
supply' a most excellent dinner. ever such meeting at W. Palm Bead .
t : definite, data from ,a largeVaWof ] the most of which goes into the features of the'game were' the hit werp, establishing themselves in a a-
The music of the convention an on September 2-3rd. The rest will
day ting and sensational base running of: secret place in the
fi. ,the tax assessors. He ask state school fund. city. This step is x!
Sunday win be under the direction of not come before October. Many ofI
the Starke team. This makes 14 taken :
ti''t od" tik,,asteoors for this information i I The primary intentions of the law because the attack of the Zep- sf
t and non since receiving reasonably Mr. John Nissen Lamb, and evangelistic the district leaders are yet away on was protection'to the wild game of the games played and ten won by Starke. pelin i aid to have been directed prim I -

tl $aeeartte information from practically singer of' wide reputation and : vacations, including President R. J. state. However, it has prow a source They have won the last five and are cipally against King 'Albert -'i "
this feature of the alone win Charles, of Tampa who,is in Erg '
,s8 of tao program goirg fast Moitt pitched his team *
I, counties, the ,governor has of revenue too, and can be looked ...*..
be noteworthy. Saturday night there land. His district the southwestern, NO WAR HERE. '
'meaod the conclusion that acting upon as one of the' most importantlaws to victory for the third time this ,
will be excellent music is largest and its convention will For some reason few people '
furnished our a
in
un-
wtook! tit discretion to lower the state of the state. It'is true that season and Lawtey was just unable I
: t laflhco ho win der the direction of Mr. T. N. Kendrick meet in St. Petersburg. Sanford en- to locate him. Bradford county who hare vague _
i It. reduce the millage there should be several amendments
: 'of.sovwi ,-the local music director of the tertains for southcentral district, Ta- RHEStarke3033000009 ideas about the geography of the 4
cad j
Is one-half mills as fixed made in,the next legislature, and, no
i1 Christian church. Mrs. J. E. Futch vares, central division, Daytona for world and a plentiful lack of information '
'\ f as well as Mr. Kendrick will sing east central Northeastern and north- oa general subjects i ttlieve that
JMkaMossment a Lawtey .1000000001 64
'I! ; of 1914, and has madeIMW ily see that the present law -does not
.solo Saturday night central have not definitely decided OB war will soon show his .
'! onion. covering said two mills I provide for sufficient compensation to Two base hits, Alvarez, Moitt and grim visaged

", 'il hldp"I. Elder.0. F. McHargne, 'minister of! locations the county wardens to justify him I Beasley; 3 bass hits, Alvarez; hit by front here. They fear the possibility l

;Hi;t% effect of the order of Governor 'the Main streetChristian church of! giving the work proper attention, pitcher, Chancey; base on balls off of a hostile iKvasion.. One pcan' to '

'"I:,'* ""l.a in reducing the millage is Jacksonville, will preach the Satur- Our state president, Mr. D. B. Cur- irnle experience shown those in Moitt, 1; Burney, none; struck'out by the western part of the county is re- <

J1! ** tbo amount of taxes which will day night sermon on, "The Last Bat ry, of Jacksonville, and vke-president -;:j whose hands the management of this I Moitt, 5; Burney, 4; batteries Moitt parted to. have taken refuge in the' ill

/. 1h jolt for 1914, wQl be nearly six I tie Ground of the Nations. Saturday Eev. Geo. Waldron, the state I ICong1. I department has rested that there are., and Chancey, Burney and Brown. fastnesses of"the Okeefinoke- swamp

.-';,,Y: 1 thousand dollars lea than i afternoon Mrs. S. L. Jackson, of I II [ church leader, plan to attend many other advisable changes that Time, 1 hour, 35 minutes; umpire to escape military service.% Others
Daytona, will address the !I all the conventions they can. This have expressed the
opinion
conventionon that
l i ''' boon collected had the I would greatly assist those who are! Capo. it
'J J---mallouied the the "C. W. B. M.-its Achieve- brings helpers from our metropolisand would be, useless ,to plant fan crepe
millage to to enforce the law. I .
; reM expected no-
0 Nwa aDd a half mills. Gov. ments and its Possibilities. West Tampa, miles apart Other ties a number of'suggestions contained win be excused if know, 'it. I wig because they would be destroyed by

<,I'huamef Wlleves'in keeping Sunday afternoon Mr. C. W. Zar- speakers will be present, among them in the first annual report of the to personally thank those who have, the invading armies. For the information -

as low u reasonably pemissi- ing, of Jacksonville, win make the Mr. Fagg of the state children's State Game and Fish Commissioner, assisted me in the work so far'and of these deluded people we

.Ylflnlac''MfIIIarr principal address and the closing sermon -! home, "Secretary Grace expects to be careful consid. to make a special request of every wish to say that we live in the good ft
that should
given
91+t tate government aad expen-also of the convention will be preach. I be on hand to "write it up" for the eration as Mr. Jones is now familiar, citizen of the county to give me all old U. S. A. and that the.war is stag r

.I tax payers should not be d Sunday night by Elder John Mul- papers, as usual.Remember with the general problem of the best j the assistance and information then ed in Europe on the other side of the

to pay suet high taxes u to lady, of Hampton on the topic "Light warm or cold, rain or to the department and can this coming season. Atlantic ocean, TiMeD is 3,000 miles
., 1 Houses." I in its way manage 1 have several copies of the wide. This
'- a.large surphis in any fund, sunshine, Christian Endeavor knows what the conditions are over general country win take no partin
**k. the state would The! program has been carefully service "for Christ and the church report for the past season and wfl? the war aid it win be perfectly
get When this
on- the state. department was
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...4fiM rate of interest prepared ard if the unforseen and absolutely is alive in Florida be glad to give them to a=y one whois sfe and proper to plant the regular T
dollar
'. .i. .. created there was not a apnro-
'" unavoidable does GRACE A. TOWNSEND interested or would cue to look it crops. In fact, there will "3*
"'f', i' "' v+---- not happen, priated with which operate or begin soon be a "i '.

I N OF CHRISTIAN the program will be rendered as published Interlachen, Aug. 24, 1914. with and considering these facts over. demand for aU kinds of foodstuffs
"q- CHURCH. in every detail Very respectfully, **:at wiT make the famuis in Bt ed-
WILL UNVEIL MONUMENT.The I era sure no one can complain .at I
A. A.
i HAZEN ford
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I ceunty more profitable l than :
1t Btfam of: the Christian CoL and Mrs D. E. Knight and monument of the, late sovereign -: Mr. J raes' report for the season of Cane and Fish Wane, Bradford aaL us- .:

Bradford county will be children, Masters Hollis and Paul E, D. J. NesSnith will be unveiledat 1913 and 14. I have given the work county. > St

Carktiaa church in Starke Mr'N. T. Hitch, Miss Nannie Howell,j EWes Chapel by the W. 0. W. !as good attention.. the cotJreasatioa Miss Bonita Burnsed was es&& to '

.hi and Sunday Two bun.snag Miss Katie Bell Green and,Miss Vivi- September 13, at 2 P.f M. I"have been allowed would warrant Mr. F. E. Poole shroped his household Tacksonvifle .Monday ba acbcast of .,

INI hooka and a large ship; rette Floyd attended the yearly meeting B. M. WILLIAMS ,and hope to give still better ser goods to' Hannibal, 1I 5 ?.., ilisweek. the riars JSaess cf'her brother-in..: tzr

i.i > 4 bow arrived to be used ,at Swift Creek .last' Sunday. I Consul Cocunarder.' vi.--e'the coming season as no violatorsMi ,' ,.ear. M. S.Jord1n. ;


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| f. REPORT OF COUNTY FINANCES. The airship superstition dies hard. I

; The writers in the newspapers and !

______ What
"BeeDee"
sf DESPAIRING
other periodicals have succedeeded in WIFE Means
1 Tfct following report of the receipts and disbursements of the several funds for the six .
i fctMtbs ending December Slit 1913. with the balances and the amount of wararnts out- getting the minds of the public per- "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE

. f" Wading and a statement of the assets and liabilities and the value of the property of meated with the notion that aircraftare inside the package and RESULTS and _
r Bradford county on the Slit day: of December 1913. as reported by: the county: commissioners FACTION after tfie SATI5Aftu1lS

, ta4- clerk. -of.--the. circuit. -eourt--- of Bradford county is hereby: published under the provisions of going to work a transformationin After FOOT ,Yean of Discoon f Always ask for "Bee Dee"contents when have used. Remedies gnteBeeDa guciauy iff
uapter f4zs. Laws 01 +as0. the conditions and the of you buy a stock sometime, we takrpica
{_. W. V. KNOTT. Comptroller. manner Condition, Mrs. Bullock Gait or poultry: remedy "Bee Dee" remedies are ftI'IO5W.. in swing ttathwiri
General Fand.Treasurer's conduct of warfare, both afloat ad pared from pure m ed..oal'AI, eD ts. a sirento ai entire saosfacnaL _
balance July 1. 1913. overdraft 2 88.9 I Up in Despair. Husband tific c:1IeerAI1I1reco.
: and
way, are genuine medicines frt % ? _
", Warrant outstanding, July 1. 1913 -- 352.8244L72: ashore. The great majority, perhaps, depend on. you can them. .
has become obsessed with the idea ,C=e to Rescue. lea Stock Par

)raking elldt July 1. 1913 r-- that the dread deamons of the air STOCK POULTRY Waco Teat-.
Biseipti July 1 to Decemhft 11. 1911: B ee Dee
Tuft nd licenses 1330.06 Catron Ky. In MEDICINZ :
an interesting letter
Tu redemption 4.16B1re were going to abolish war by makingthe LINIMENT-DIP

r state convicts 38LOOr 23.U waging of it too horribly destruc- from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock Bee Dee Healing Powder Bee Dee Colic Kemedy Toucan jet DIal It.t:.
Railroad Company: taxes writes as follows: "I suffered for awe aalera .:
__ four
130.46 tive for
Bai1road, telegraph and esp.- companies license humanity to stand it. p.

Refund 011 court bone meter 1,000.00 LOO The results of such attempts as have fears, with womanly troubles,and during

Transferred from building fund -- been made to make aircraft' factorsin this time, I could only sit up for a little ,

ToW reeefptt ,_ ... 3,390.12DttoraemenU while, and could not walk anywhere at .
determining the results of the conflicts -
JI l i JId -" %,948.40Dilbaraementa tiL At times, I would have severe paim .
that have taken place since such ,
July I, to December II, 1913: 1&Lry III my left side. "
of clerk of,the circuit court U county auditor ad clerk .., [ crafts were brought into have II ,
r to COUDtp: eoi lillierl. 31121 I ._ .. _- _e. The doctor was called in. and his trea& T '
'Per diem sad mileage of eorpmissione' -- 60.00' 'i Deen insignificant. In the little brushbetween sent relieved me for
Par: of sheriff for attendance oa county commissioners __ \' a&lsry Italy and Turkey aeroplaneswere a while but I was
attorney for county commhs641 11'II 110.00 soon confined to my bed again. After I
y t 6aLry'supervisor of yegistration 62.40 '.Ii used, or attempted to be used- that Favorite Fertilizer
nothing seemed to do
me
3.00 good
Repairs to county buildings: jail any ;
they accomplished
nothing of
worthy !
'} tFurniture and fixtnrea for courthouse 22.8.25 -" I bad gotten so weak I could not stand

J ......... Expenses of county buildinlll. janitors' sad other attendants 83.60 63.75 the effort; in the Balkan war some and I gave up in despair.At '
..
f fuel aDd water
Light
:
r 50.00 were employed by the I
Bulgarians last .
husband
InaaraDCe my got me a bottled

I -, I Can Incidentals of coot poor: Allowance made to paapera outside of !08.70 .1. about Adrianople but there,is no record Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced

poor house and paid bp: warrantl ..... t.291.00 119.85-.' +wny. that a single man was killed or taking it From the very first

r. "'I ,Inanity Coroners Inquiries inquests:: Fees Fees of of omcers olfieers, jurors and committees and witnesses.-.-_---- 1.00 a single stone displaced from the f or'"ifications -' I dose, I could tell it was helping meI

8tad0neJ7 and printing: General stationery. blanks, etc 9UT.7.00 by means of them; in the cad now walk two miles without1 its ARE BEST

f...}a_ ...Jtecord AdverWing boob required bp: law and paid for b1 1OUDt) G45.15' present war in Europe the nations tiring me, and am doing my work.

i Comm ioDl pa:: SO omceTe i T6i wl1mor -- 1,365.89County 265.51 that are foremost in the constructionand If you are all run down from womanly FOR

1. Tu IINIIIOr treaaurer_ 9.12 -..... employment of these engines of troubles,, don't give up in despair Try

Sherif general court work .... 215.22 nus ;'. 'the air are engaged and it is mere the ro faa.stomc. It has heiped ALL CROPSWrite
,, Clerk drcuit coat recording and ceneral com work ,1945.r' reason- than a million women, in its 5Q ate..
Expeue of election able to conclude that if either aero- years of wonderful success and shduldsurely
,
u' license receipta traDaferred to road fund 1.00 \ for
Auto Catalogue.
_
t planes or dirigibles have capabilitiesof help you, too. Your druggist has
GUT.3. Iff" sold Cardui for He knows I -- >-"
? ,ibW 1KarlemeAta years. what
Lan warrant Na W4 paid froIII road fund :0.00 :4. destructiveness so extensive and It will do. Ask him. He will recommend #:

-' dreadful as have been supposed they it. Begin taking Cardui "
... ... ,. .. ..t"'""! '," 6,82734f today. .
._ .
..1. "-. ''. ".u.'._' "... r will be demonstrated. 1 .-....- I.
soon
Though
2,8'iU4Warraata HVtfe to: Chattanooga MedIdne
>eii t &eniW i1. ms 1.00.83 opportunities without number, have Advisory t.-, ...Dept. CUttalloo Tea.... book I 1 1
OIl Itaadiq December 11. IUS t I 8Ia m your cast and M-pift
122.89ciwrers presumably been offered the only casualty 1 fgt W-."Hut fa plain WlIIIPIr. IiI6011 INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER

; ; '. 1 badeoe, December, II ll ilaatl Ferteiturl f ,'..... ..;.1jiVa-:, : 11.n that has been noted in connection .1_ -- .- iVs

Wananbsoob' Ju7 ulL' 1.1111.lUI overdraft. ; ; ; ".'' 171.11 with them BAs bean pertainingt
t .
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
:" UUO o an encounter between a French .Not So Strange After AIL

Bsieit JeeewoMr 31,1914 .1. aeroplane and'a German dirigible in You may think it strange that so S
1911: WE SELL SEED POTATOES
1 to December 11. ... 113.21 i'i;
BnipbJuJuly 883.31 which the latter got decidedly the many people are cured of stomach

{, Tax Ffines'snd nclemptiona cab collected 181.00 LZO worst of it. Though each 'side has a trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets.

BiN state convicts 1.n numerous fleet of the craft tangible .' You would not, however, if you

W Weeks. refund Gordon ... 1.11 t.02TraDafemci results of their operations, save perhaps should give them a trial They

Error tJ'euarer warrant llUId No. 11' 600.00 in the matter of scouting and ; strengthen and invigorate the stomach .***11111111111111 ++***
from road
a
FINEST WE HAVEEvansville
1,996.09 collecting information of the enemy and enable it'to perform its functions I'II + -

-. Total nccipta movement, have been conspicuously naturally. Mrs. Rosie Rish, CHURCHES. +

1- ,. listing netDrbnnemenb.Jnl.. ,,1.651.911 lacking.The I Wabash Ind.'m "Nothing did me II -:-- +
to December 11. Il1lS;
' f- Sheri!. sat bill 1. ba criminal uses JIUO 195.81 new:fangled methods of deal- the least good until I began using I I BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer-- +

Constable cost Will ia eriaillll use Chamberlain's Tablets. It is decid f relL school
Clerk .f the circuit court cost bills in criminal use 1.95I ing death have not come to expec- Sunday 9:45 A. *

I ., CoIIII107 cast billa in criminal .... .. 1111.40.33Wim %% tations or itnaginat ons'-Tampa edly the best medicine for stomach I. M. Morning service, 11:00; +

'' J_doe lof_the p &ce. eoat 'billa in criminal ca 294.90 Times. trouble I have ever used." For sale i II evening service, 7:00. Visitors +
1
;
: -
Other expense of criminal proaecvtiona 84.11 I.'isSheriCI '. by all dealers. i II cordially invited to worship + ..r t'I +
etc.. collected. ------ :
4neI.
COIIImiaaioa oa
Y II
889.95 with
us. +
r Feeding Transportation pl'iaonera paid for and discharge money paid to count. con- 18.0Pu Read the Telegr h-UO a year. I Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. I +

with worked OQ naAIa' II
.
of j1ll'Or iD criminal eases coot and justice peace courts-- 139.35 -- T' II CHRISTIANRev.. Ernest +
Refund to lessees on convicts unable to work ------ %23.63'l'reuurer'l I House Ind
19.32 Treuul'er Sehaa end pastor. Services on + July It
commission ba'JaDce
iaenfectanta for sail 82.00. Warrants outstanding Jaly July 1.1. 1911 ItlS .. _. 12,000.00 4.908.24 I. morning and evening of each + The H. L. Hurst Mfg. Co, <

2,732.2D.adt Deftet I I second and fourth Sunday of + Gentlemen: We would not do i
July 1,
.t !'GtaI .dia nta 1913 __ .___ 77093.76
Deeember 11. 1911... ... .---.-...n 1,080.8. i iWarraata Receipts July 1 to December 31, 1913 __ 15,471.34 f the month. + out your Man-Power Sprayer

outstanding December 31. 1913. 45.53Trusurer's ;; Making net '8,377.58 I I + more. It is the finest we hart
G
__ 334.75 Disbursements July: I, to December 31. 1913 I. PRESBYTERIAN-No regular seen in this city at present;
balance Deeember 31. 1913. overdraft Salaries of teache1'll ---._---- _- ---- ________________ 13,628.00 t
IteaAI hIuL Purehase of school lots __ 8.25 pastor. Sunday school at + people that have seen year
1.958.81Warraata t
"!'Maurer'l balance July I, 1913 .. n. New buildings _
1183.13 t 10:00 A. M.
;- 1913 .n 2,387.27D&it Repair to ff at our place think very much
', outstanding July 1. buildings ____ 266.33
n' 430.46 Furniture --___---._... -. -?. n 105.44 ff and well pleased to see it work i
Insurance
July 1. 1113
i lasseipb July I to December II, lil3: Rent 136.25 30.00 METHODISTRev.. B. T.. ff place. / Yours truly,';
1,019.18
f Taxes Transportation of pupilll _____
Rape
-- pastor. school ff
60.00 Incidentals for ------- ------ 397.11 Sunday THEODORE BUC
schools
lice
Auto cow convicts \ : :. :---- .: 76520e Salary of 34.76 at 9:45 A. M. ser'M
Hire ty -- -- -- superintendent ____. :.-- 600.00 Morning For Sale By a=
Tax redemption __ 61186 Per diem and mileage of members of board _._: 270.05 f vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening f
+ Railroad fates _. Commisoions of R. FERNAND
-------- treasurer __ 257.24 S.
Columbia county secount line bridge .-._--.-. -------- 3UO Incidentals for board aDd superintendent -. W-w 73.41 I service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior 4t t"
... 85.00
Transfer from general fund Printing financial statement 18.00 Spraying Machines and
Expense, of examinations Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 '' f

'GtaI reeeipta .__----7 .O27.30 Interest --___.. 358.12 801.00 I P. M. Senior Epworth League f STARKE, FLA.
Canning club .. _.. e
_
-------------- 73.25
I
-
11..1.... _t 1598.84 tarke school lund ____ .Mr acne Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors. + ---max
July 1. to December 31. 1913: Transfers to special tax districts ___________ 137.50 1 + invited I
__ 150.00 I cordially to attend. 4f
Paid to county commissioners for road inspection Money borrowed -.. ..-. .-.- --.__y 11,600.00Total
Coat of material '"'-"-'-' 966.10 + COFFINS CASItEI!

Paid Tools for and free machinery labor ,cost. and repairs..., .n _- -' Y,042.90 disbursements ., %9.179.15Deficit : +++++ 11111111- i 11 f 11H. +ttf And k full, Lisa cUndertakers'

Payments on account of roads built by contract 284.22 DecembcV 31, 1913 I
20.801.5'Warrants 5uj
"
Payments on account of bridges built by contract w, u --. 1,600.80 outstanding December 31, 1913 21,414.20Treasurer'l -
Payments on account of discharge convicts leased ------- ------ 74.11
Commissions to treasurer 78.41 balance December 31. 1913 612.63 C. RICHARD Always on band. TbS b**!

Clerk keeping road book 1,344.84(0.00 Assets and LtabiUtieii. Bradford county December 31. 1)13. vice at the lowest prices,
cities and towns
Paid to incorporated Assets. I
___ 109.48 .- Cash in hands of
warranta treasurer Ordsa-
Interest on : ': :' General Insurance attention to Telegraph
s Transferred to fine and forfeiture fund 100.00 County funds _.. ;':/[
: 4 Warrant No. 1234 drawn on general fund ............... .---- 20.00 Less overdraft fine--and-forfeiture- -- .-- --, 334.75 672.73 I ,
Registered EmtDeWITT
? ]
Total disbursements H 7.S3&22 337.98 _
General school fund ---__....... __ 612.63 .-J< '
a Deldt Deeember 11. 1915 __.... 1i'l4U8 Special tax districts funds 1753.73 I represent none but FIRST-CLASS ;
Warraata outatandiD8 December 11. 1ill ._ 5.984.23 C. JONES,:;
4 .-. J.J, ;, ...t... ., companies and will be constantly on the
,
i ', 'Jyissorer'i balance December II, 1911 __ U2.8S 2.366.36 SUCCCMOI to C. C. LJ Kga&GsT5Urke .

r Building and Band had. Total -______ ............. 2704.34 alert to promote your interest Guarantee J
balance July 1913 1,115.13 I Fla. ; _
-1Iftr" 1. ov --TO.-1------- Liabilities. '
j .Warranta outstanding July 1. 1113 ...:-. UI0.1O Warrants outstanding; : courteous treatment to all patron

County funds for current expenses -..... 6.181.87 A well written policy by a first-claw .
t' IWcit July 1. 1.1S .. 6,094.37iesdpb Deferred --------____.------ .. .................. ..- 20,823.2
> Juts 1 to December 11. Ul1: General school fund ... __ agent in a first-class 1cJ
t: Tun ., 17Ur Special tax districts .--..... ......_ H. .. t802.74 21,414.20 company 101I>> cJcJ:
Tax redemption 3.35 timei mean much in case of lou by fire :
30.9T Total
Railroad tuee nn ME
49.202.03
Value of Canty Property. : (,
' .Y 1.1 recelpta ,' 408.73IIaJdq Court house .. ._ H. C. RICHARD Sforte. HiRUBMYTISM ;
------ 12500.00
... 1:
Jail .
4 __
------ .n ----- _______ watt
deficit _____...un 5,633.64Vi Sewage line 10,000.00
sa nts July: 1. to December 11. 1913: Old jail 2,500.00 ea tf
s' CoIIImiulon treasurer lL41ltepaira Steel bridge _..._ .. 600.00 portaotdi
----- ---- if .w
to court Mille 1A34.30 One-half interest Worthington Bridge 12.SOO.OOU00.00 I UN W3 beta wnekod ss
Transferred to general fund Road machinery, etc --. Will Rheumatism rck *f
core
rstereit 40.00I School house and furniture 1000.00 your F, .1 and neglect 'toh 1
---- 40000.00 Neuralgia Headaches
I TslnI disbursements .. 1,090.77s Total Cramps, ueiUW l
i -------- --- ---------- =
----- -------------- .... Colic Sprains Braises
------------------ 8. % Cats and 't]
Deceit Deenaber 11. 1914 ,77Ul Burns Old Sores Stings of Insects
'' Warraata,outstanding Deeenber. 11., Ull 1.082.40 WHERE SHALL I GO TCf SCHOOL? Ab so/et. rare M '4rarabl.
J'. Etc. 'Antiseptic Anodyne,used internally con of reotrarted
-
-
Traaiurir's. balance December 31,118, 305.99 I Florida State College For Wemen.. Tallahassee. I tic t Weakness .f Meg. Y 0:
Dra1aaa. hIlL CoHen! of arts and sciences normal school University of Florida. Gainesville. and exteinaJ'y. Price 25c. rtl Bteod Poison hies sad see 1c
.Wanata outstanding Juts 1. 911 -_-- .2,398.91 school of music, school of expression. school of 8 colleges and divisions, liberal se1at law TIC DISEASES, t fedudia B ,
Ifs .-ipta' wttbout th. fc.ia.witbeot 1
'
art extension division
graduate school Mod- engineering,
: DisNnenmb. July: 1. to Deeember 31. 19118alu7 : em gymnasium witb swimming pool.' basket agriculture teachers college experiment Whenever You Need a General Tonic i give roe dlreelly 1stt tM
;.,>{ of engineer ._ I 612.00 ball and tennis courts, new and modern station extension division graduate Take Grove's cuttliif .* dttentlw'tbnsines. '
',' CJ.arins right of wap': 323.25i ; buildings, beautiful school tea new brick
dormitories buildings
campus have besides The Hours t t < a.Correp '
gym Old a. m. n.
Standard
i to- 1':11: on etta9l.tins: contract H__, "673.53Pria all modern conveniences, new nasium Grove's Tasteless -
d.ning
swimming solctted-
room lence '
pool and n< &1IJ
'' q and iDcide tala CUO and kitchen most hygenie in Florida. 418 buildings (1 many subsidiary chill Tonic is equally valuable as a

lupecLullr by COil\lQ&\ke 1 .. .. 89.b. young last session.women Tuition from 49 free counties in and 12 states tants. 334 :young officers men instructors from 47 Florida and assis General Tonic because it contains the Dr. Gei. L. Dick
college and coun-
r'-' normal t ca and 24 well known tonic
lb41.diibwscneab _. 1.71.1': school Board and entrance fees for the session. states and foreign countries last properties QUININE 111 WEST FOKSYTH STVIO'ear i iJACKSONYILLE
; w vear catalogue write Edward '. Tuition free board and entrant and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives Heard Batk 13tdf}
'- WuraaM .tatandiq December 11. 1911 Csnradi. PrPre ** J132 50 per ear. Write to day for out Malaria
10,171.10 I L[I alogae. A. A..Harpfe President. cal Enriches the Blood and 1. h
;f. Builds up the Whole Sys,enl. 50 cents. 5s






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THE BRADFORD.COUNTY TELEGRAPH. ,. w: *
': 2s, "1914.; ; PACE. THREW

L --,,- .

-j. ; ,' ., I being furnished by artesian welli.: It ++++ IIIMIIIIIIIIII' +* -

, 1' : is planned to lay out this little farm 4 +

j \liWE STATE: NEWS I!I or field along aide, the Florida' BufldI SIZE OF WARRING NATIONS
'
fag or in some convenient place where + *

9fi.. --'I.J. 0' I i jit can be seen by the visitors at the ..+...11'111111111 II.... assess 111 eataattRslYfkerabraadararsrpsaL 1iU in
I .' sees 1 Y 4.ia ad ttasraaasire "tlrsaea"Ile
Fair. Using this system the growers Servia, before the_Balkan war;hada

Are Happening All Over Florida of Sanford realized $1,200,000 net
ueMastiYlaaeaesadesiss.tkeeataeiassswn1B
f 11iat population. of' 2,911,700and aa area .
J profit from their celery last
*t 'Our crops of 18,759 miles the added ,
'j Told'By Exchanges square ; war
I As year. The country surrounding San- -

:] 't ford is noted all over the state for its 15,241 square miles to her territory Ss1IGh11 I.eE do aatt-hdist ftea eswyeist d tise Ara., aa1 daokill4

} truck farms. Over four thousandcars andl.636,290 people to her inhabi- ,Ai ekpauack u u5l41S t1w ,sriatsa'Uac Raanbelae+M a in SSset11

lin r. 'the European war b51 -I of:.the great European.war, our Pun- of various kinds of vegetableswere tants, giving her total present area asl.[din. 17 kteO SMMT d.. i I aa tta3g.witt ke. stMdsDj Seed 1m Ins isnaaw W+log B ear Mdq torts Wt an at at*;CDefir Mcki-funatM isjwsa ts4.IK Oa j} :

? with the shipments of ta Gorda, neighbors are wrought up shipped out of Sanford last tion of 4,514,976, which is about that I ,
:: I I little of their CA80LWA( METAL PRODUCTS CO WPT.F.ffiJWCTOH K.C .1
war
'" (foreign ports, the Seaboard mightly over a winter, however, "Celery is King.- of 34,000 square miles and a popula- "
<<
: I
have been exchanged -
: Ke ** freightdeclaring own. Ultimatums Plant Courier. ofLondon '
, N ?+ City (including metropolitan and
J
ln7g baa been declared and
.
an war
fcii city police districts). The area is '
m an freight destined toand and it will be a fight to the death. It After an exciting experience, including about two-thirds that of Georgia. .

( 'except Cuba will be a battle between .a king some genuine sport, T. B. Brown, Belgrade has
89,876 people Nish
points ; ,
4 snake and a rattler. Excitement is of Pablo Beach who
) with his son
w aU-rai11ines. ,
reached b1 24,949; Monastel (in the new territory -
': running high; bets are being placed<< !operates a dairy a short distance from A Good Eater Makes F
) 59. 56. Four-fifths of the people a .
' -r1''i' an African negro em- and Bro. Jordan, the snake' story.the popular seaside resort, captured a
Iaaberian, illiterate.
))1='i : from Galveston recently man ofthe Herald will doubtless be twelve-foot alligator which weighed are
ship The Greek church is the orthodox
t' bound for Liberia on hand as chronicler of the thrilling 200 pounds. The splendid specimenwas

;;i JIIdiecI''Pensacola or more negroes once incidents and the result of the battle.1 caught yesterday along the banks religious chief establishment. Agricultures 1 Good ThinkerGood
a, the industry. There about
'.J." ,.I'-,The ship crew and ,passengers -Bartow Courier-Informant. of the canal in one of the nearby ham- are
900 miles of
1' roads
the leadership of one who I l mocks, but this was only achieved after railway. Ordinary
;: ::;Are .J r. He will Arrangements are being made to are poor. In the Balkan War Servia
bebimse>t "Chief. 5am. strenuous efforts on the part of
?i ItJ1a> other i emigrants.OqL .- hold a big auction sal .in Zolfo Satur. Mr. Brown and his son, and followingthe had 260,000 men in the field within '

t'_? tntarn Banner for Jet.' 'day, September 5l; The sale will be announcement that the saurian three weeks and 405,000 ready for ser groceries build the stimulate
system -
, :".,-,, widely advertised and every farmer or had been captured quite a number of vice inside of four months. King Pe- up ,

a!1. .:pcpily all of' the phosphate' other person who has anything they residents, as also a number of summer ter I recently turned, over the sovereignty the brain and increase your capacity '

In the state have been, on ac- desire to sell will be privileged to offer visitors at Pablo Beach, drove over to to his second son, Alexanderborn ,

i t'' "'ad ot. of the European war situation, same for sale at public auction on the Mr. Brown's place and viewed the captured ( 1883), but resumed on the to think. And right thinking brings best

ito ied to either close down tempor- date named. No fee is charged for en-I prize. Upon seeing the alligatorin outbreak of hostflitties.

to reduce their forces.' FivehSred tering articles for sale and the canal, Mr. Brown and his son Austria-Hungary comprises the Aus- results. Our groceries make you think.
li
;, -l men were laid off last week number of horses, cattle, hogs, hurried to the house and obtained a trian empire, the kingdom of Hungary -

,# ;'r:' the 'Prairie Pebble Company have been listed. The idea is to drawa strong pole, a heavy iron hook and I and the territory of Bosnia and .
win continue to run crowd to Zolfo and from present indications block and tackle 'determined to I '
:ft'tIaoUCIt' the plant pre- Herzegovina. Vienna is the Austrian
desired effect will be
;! on short schedule. __ the and vent the alligator from: making its es- Capital Budapest the Hungarian, and J.C.CARTERr.
lA realized. A big time is expected
Upon their return to the banksof
cape. delegations of sixty members each,
l :The Florida cotton crop is better if the sale is a success it will be re-
the canal found their
they apparently elected by the Austrian and Hungarian
and -
and 1912 ''
1913 ,
in Zolfo
V tali,fear than peated in the near future. merchants -
in better
sluggish
prey even a parliaments meet alternately at
,
the ten-year average, articles from their
far better than will add and
than before dexterously
'1; attordto to a report just made public stores, in order to make up a good position hooked it. T good they hold had- the two capitals, the Emperor-King,, .

of Agriculture. I Francis Joseph, residing in Vienna. .
;f. to the Department assortment. t I j I been obtained and, unable to release
is rated at 86 on July 25, l Franz Josef, born Aug. 18,1830,became -
fi: ; crop itself, a dash was made'by the alligator
, 2ji 'M against 82 on July 25, 91S Some months ago the Leader mentioned !I Emperor of Austria Dec. 2.1fUR. .
and the battle began. the fortunate
By
|* 'td 75 on July 25, 1912 and as agabs that an attempt was being and King of Hungary June 8,,
I provision of the block and tackle /
to cranberries in this section I
made
:ten-year average of 83. grow lRR7.< The area of the monarchy is '
the odds were strongly against TNI ;'
' and that two small experimental :
I 261.241/ square miles-Texas would ,
Pjlearly every day brings additional plantings had been made..One of these I the alligator and finally was brought. STOCK
: \ ; take it in. It is a marvelously eos-
Vidence,of the wonderful fertility off plantings, made on January 31 last, to land and lashed to a pple and taken
'
monolitan country. In a total noun: I PLANERS PAWS STE. lI'EEDSIlATCBEBS
?'Vlerida soil and climate. Today Mr. on the Turnpaw farm by Mr. W. C. to the yard of Mr. Brown's home. SELF FEED RIP '.
latioi of 51,390.223: about 12.000000 .
, R'Javes Edward Allen living near Crow Hamilton, has borne a crop of good- What disposition will be made of the I TOWER EDCEBS TR1 MFRSI ..

v' >Brtift, brought into this office two sized red berries. :The plants were capture has not yet been decided. by sneak German. 000.000/ sneak Hun PERKrSHINGLE IJu.uaT .

I.1 nhodid specimens of egg plant The sent here by Mr. Doer from a Michi- Mr. Brown.Times-Union.. erarian and 5000.000 speak the polish ENGINES. p'te 48 b. IAWJIILLS

Ifcr of the two weighs four pounds,' gan bog and were planted in our or- tonne. Amon the other common BOILERS ap t. 4t b. Light aid Heavy :
: The indications are that Fernandinawill 1ITlfPUaP.f'S pad Bohemian Mo- COn-ETOBS SLAB CRTETORSGASOLIYE :
1 deliegetablaMilton SAWDUST :
are
of the ,
; 94 is a perfect specimen dinary Florida soil A few of the ber-
the best and most ;
enjoy profitable t'8vi"n and Slovak. ENGINES TEAt FEEDS '
! Gazette. ries shown in the city show
'l toos today '
fishing this winter that has ever been TheN are 33.931368 Roman Catho- um STILLS STAR lULLS

1 l/A:Klssbimee dispatch says:. ,Ar that the experiment was a success and engaged in in these waters. Exten- I DIS5TO lAWS
J.r lics. Vienna has a population of 2-
.
the belief that cranberriescan .
have en- encourages 1 sAw BITS foe all :sulk[. .1 aawa
i 4 Company of Chicago sive preparations are being made here {
: 'hoar 31,498 Budapest has 880,371 people <
;
? be'grown here as well else- PULLEYS BOXES
as sa urLvG a
' pied from local' cattle men 1,200 for fishing of all kinds, especially .
where, thus adding another productto There are 30,112 miles of railway, BELTLYG 4 gnderanedltr t. best
' cattle for shipment about Sep- bluefish and and word
of shrimp
| head comes
the already long list of good things chiefly state operated. On a war basis LOG CHAINS CAn HOOKS TONGS
.- timber 1. These will bl furnished by from the north to the effect that already EVERYTHING FOB TIlE i
Bass and which are grown in Florila.-Tarpon I Austria-Hungary can put 3,000,000men ,
Xessrs. Henry T. Bass, Bull the fishermen there are laying SAWMILL
Leader. in the field. BosniaHerzegovinahas
Springs *
1M Carlton Cattle Company. The entire II plans to spend the winter in Florida '\ write forPrices ,"- .- I,
an area of 19,702 square miles and ".,
\ ", shipment will compose about thir- waters, principally at this where '
As a means of raising funds for the port, 1,898,044 since 1878it .
people. Occupied --4-r
't tj-five carloads, a portion.of which is Florida exhibit at San _Francisco the 1 preparations are being made to supply .;; 1;
annexed in 1908. It contains
was ::
, Destined for the Chicago market and commission has ordered 20,000 Florida 'them with everything necessary for ) Mohammedans. t ";f l.

, the balance will be, diverted to St. dollars which will be sold as souvenirs.In the success,of their business. We lire 549,000 *_','c )
Russia's Mammoth Empire. f'
I .... order to get them marketed as rapidly informed that four fishermen who : '\'.
Russia (comprising European Russia .
J
: ( as possible the state has been divided were here last season arrived this .'
old
J.' B. Abbett, who resides at,: Poland, the Caucasus, Siberia, : i :
week to.remain for the
into four districts'and the four coming season
Grscy, on the road between Alachua 1 Asiatic Russia and Finland) 8- ; -'"
into young ladies who sell the most dollars and that they give it as their opinion covers /.
aad High Springs, brought a pear .
i
i mileS with
of the Sun Wednesday b these districts will be given, free others will soon be coming ,down in 394,018 square a popula r- i.
office
the:
should be named trips'to the big fair. The commission I expectation that fishing will soon begin tion of 167,034,200. The area is greater B

, Gnadiouu rtfcli certainly' It measured 121-2 inches expects to order out another lot of dollars early this season as the conditionS than that of the United States and ,ra ror.ounty 4

r l ia tiitomfnace and weighed 1 1-4 when the present order has been would indicate. Shrimp have been I an her dependents plus France and .
I ; I
exhausted and figures that the souve- running in I great quantities late all her colonies. It is twice the size .1 -."
;J :pad*. Mr. Abbott'stated that the
. and I of China but it is only two-thirds the Abstract Company $
; trill belonged to the Sand pear nfil nir dollars will supply $25,000 of the are being caught by the hundredsof i 1

<1.riity, and that it had but few pears exhibit fund. They are issuing a Florida bushels daily just by the local fishermen -1 i size of the whole British Empire. St. A complete record Bradford

"' 'k' omit this year as'it was affected with booklet without advertising ,which t! and being sold at good prices[I I Petersburg has 1,911,400 inhabitants Cocrnt1londaLand t

1t the "di.bash' Bud it would not take th expect to bring together a like!-some to the canners of Brunswick j i Moscow, ,1,505,500; Warsaw 964,000; Title Real Estate Invest eat

: Ai.. vary many of that size to make a amount,The commission was appointed -I i and some shipped to New York and Odessa, 498,100; Kiev, 446,800. 4L

\\' ails yield for a tree:: Gainesville Sun. by Governor Trammell and is serv other markets. In the meantime the I I The nobles have twice as much landas "''_, ft J

, T ing,without compensation. I Fernandina Packing Company is mak- the peasants. The Douma, whose '
1 February H 187B, has been four low her. They all disappeared on the j
The cttdxu tine, so much said about I
ing rapid progress with the construcI -: powers are largely a figment of the
*II'' la the press of the State the past Mrs. Matrtha S. Painter, widow of i I tion of their large house f amended. instant and*Dobo Katica was afraid t
'4 I packing here imagination has 442 members, at a
i f JI IrJa a coming forage plant b Flor- the,late Edward G. Painter, has fileda and hope to have it ready for \I of $2,100 each The' i The National Assembly is made up for awhile they were not brave or t
oper- a
salary
.'Ma grows with remarkable rapidity suit b the circuit court at Jacksonville I year. of the Senate, of 300 members, and patriotic enough to fight. But soon "" _
, ation in the few
next weeks.
I li a season,' vine'from a single seed for claimed damages of. $500- hope to have They,Czar, Nicholas H, was born May 18, the Chamber of.Deputies, numbering they returned, armed with pitchforks 1. '
capacity sufficient to
000 from number : 1868. His sickly heir, Alexis, was bornI 597. The President is elected for clubs stones r
t covering an entire building, or quite apiece a of life insurance handle all the shrimp brought to this, sev- and followed her to ,

.1 of land. It is fine and very I companies' holding policies on Mr. port, and that means that even the I Ausrust 12. 1904. The Czar's motheris en years. Poincare was elected January where, the Turks. were climbing up :i '"

wurishbg for stock of all kinds. Mr. Painter at the time of his death. The large building in of Ouewi TIexandra's sister, so that 17, 1913. He was,born August a rope ladder to the, fort,,which r
now course '
A. T. Patfflo of this place has one of: action, it is understood, is for alleged will have to be enlargedand construction he and George V are first cousins. 20,1860. The area of France's colonies stood on a cliff. -\, I

g tkese vines wrongful mutilation of Mr. Painter's Germany consists of twentyfivef and is 4,000- The in I
heated
I growing on his place in the capacity increased before the dependencies .some women tar pitchers '',,1 '
I taw:, and it is a sight to see. The body and the alleged wrongful send winter season is fairly underway. In states and an imperial territory 000 square miles, with a population and poured the boiling stuff,down on

f.t coda, too, makes the fine.t.kind of ing of the vital organs out of the the fishing line much business activity (Reichsland). The area is 208.- approximating 40,000,000. the ,Turks, also pelting them with "

,"' I hay; an acre making tons of it in a state and out of the jurisdiction of is seen along the docks right ,now 825 snare miles (excluding colonies) Luxemburg is an. independent neutral .stones and stabbing them with the i

single summer. DeLand Record. the Florida courts. All this, it is al and the indications are that Fernan and the population has grown from Grand Duchy, of but 998 square !pitchforkS. Dobo Katica climbed

: leged, was done without the knowl- 24,833,000 in 1816 to 64,925,992 in miles in extent. Rhode Island has halfway down the ladder *
,W. L'Sparkman dina is to'have the most prosperous and took the f |l
living about five ,
edge or consent of Mrs. Painter. Mrs 1910. An estimate for June 30, 1913,, '
1,250 and Delaware 2,050 square milesof red flag from the leader of the '"
miles from Raiford on Swift Creek; is Painter is still I I season this winter in the history of
struggling to obtain 67,082,000 inhabitants.
the champion the city-Fernandina News-Record. gives area, respectively.The ;
alligator killer of Bradford .
the vital organs, now held in Balti- TurIn
Americansin
In 1910 there were 17,572
population is about a quarterof
I I war in which
county. Mr. every Hungaryhas 'I
Sparkman has killed
more, and it is alleged that aU the
since the beginning of sprinr'more Germany, 18,319. British, 19,140 a million, all but 5,000 of whom are been engaged the women of thenation i
companies named as defendants POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. :
are
French and 137,697 Russians. Berlin
then a hundred and fifty of the car- acting in concert to prevent the had 2,071,257 inhabitants in 1910 Roman Catholics. have fought alongside the :;; tJl--

?Terow reptiles, measuring in length widow from obtaining possession. I I FOB MAYOR.I men. .

...; >iron X to 12 feet He does ,most of the hereby office announce of Mayor myself of; ;the Town as a of candidatefor Starke Greater Berlin.3,710,000); Hamburg, HUNGARIAN WOMEN FIGHT. I I It is highly probable that if ,the

tke! killing at night with a Winchester Last Saturday morning Peck Smith and respectfully solicit the support of the 932,116; Leipzig, 626,267; Munich, Hungarian soldiers are drawn into t'
rltt and went into his voters. 608,375 and Dresden, Cologne .and Women will be seen on the battlefields
the use of. a lantern b shin. corn crib to get corn C. F. HOOFER the present war to fight for Austria, -

:,J l Dg the eyes of the'gator. The hides to feed his horse. He sat down on Breslau were also above the half-mil- of Europe, if the fighting be- their women will be found on the battlefield s"

!we toll from 50 cts to $1.50, which the pile of" corn, shucked twelve ears, FOB MARSHAL lion mark. There were 39,991,421 tween Austria-Hungary and Servia fighting with their husbands
: I hereby announce myself a candidate for
,his I proven a profitable sport for put them inthe horse trough throughan the office of Marshal of the Town of Starke Protestants to 23,821,453 Roman and Russia, becomes generaL Since I and brothers. ,
Sparkman He opening between the crib and respectfully solicit the support of the Catholics. the men of Hungary have been called i
says alligators have and voters. I Hungary is one of the nations of :
... >,destroyed'' many young pigs that stable and then noticed a large snake I .J. B. SAPP. I| Germany's educational system for to the war, the women of that king- Europe where there is no movementfor :

.;tented around the lake.-Raiford lying within a few inches of him. But, thoroughness leads the world. Alsace-: dom not only are protecting.the homes equal suffrage. ;

.Tribune..... Peck -was not scared, he knew that ,I hereby announce FOR MARSHAL.I myself as a candidate Lorraine, bone of contention be- but many of them have followed the

rj :.{ ; chicken snakes are not poisonous and for re-election the office of Marshal of the tween France and Germany, is aboutas men to the armed camps. ,
'. mines of, the Town of Starke and solicit the support of the
Dunnellon Phos- i so he gently punched him with an I I voters. If elected. I promise the ware eonienuous big as Connecticut, and has 1,874 The women of Hungary are brave NOTICE I
;; F: Co., m this vicinity closed ear of <': performance of duty tint 1 have Notre ia hereby given that the E"iped i
; corn. Then there was some-I I always rendered in the past. 014 inhabitants. In 1193 Germany and fearleSS They say that if necessary will tell to the highest and best bi U r for -

4';.JJj Friday eve., last for an in- thing doing, sure enough. The snake SILAS KITE. ''had39,158 miles of railway. The total they will fight again, just as -uh.tree anbJeet in bankruptcy to the confirmation of the T*. r
period, a atock of mcnhudiMnd
J!;" pending' operations coiled and 'sounded the war cry of a I war strength is estimated at 4- they did in the revolution of 1840, fixtures belonging to the estate of J, R.
.. European war. The sand genuine I I '' Vwr. at 2 o'eloek P. M. August 29tK A. DL
',' yt plant Eleven will rattlesnake. Peck's hair SELECT FAMILY HOTEL: 350,000 men. Germany'stapds second when they went to the. front as officers '-?lU. said sale to take place at Starke. FV>rJa. .

tO.._:on for the Continue pushed his hat off and one jump put TE Foa OUR..' only to Great Britain in sea power. and soldiers, and stood shoulder at the store of A.the Z.said ADDNS.3. R. Dover
present, or until him
lder1- ten feet on the outside of the'I BOOKLETHOTELWNDLE Three Times a Republic to shoulder with their husbands, T-H-Zt: Referee ia Bankruptcy.
r : : The Prospecting crib door. I ,
When
,- operation by the Butten- Peck's bones quit: i France (excluding colonies) covers fathers and brothers. I .

R. ,.Ca,;iat Plant Twenty-six. has U rattling now in he danker killed the snake. The horse Cool comfortable aad mode,.. 207429 square miles-four-fifths the One of the favorite stories which I How U Cure a Sprain. '

:t. atoatianed tOt the present, also is afraid to in of starving for Peck Conremicat Special to summer steamship rates.JAOKSORYILLE docks.. area of Texas, about four ,times that Hungarian, women tell again and I A sprain mil be cured in about one- -

:.Jt r by J; D. Robertson to feed him.-Jasper go the crib to get corn FLORIDA cf Pennsylvania. The population in seah to their children, is that of the third the time equired by the usual .' '

'. Qk..hnds of the Marion Co, north News. 1911 was 39.601.509; in five years it rapture: "f Fort Earl and how Dobo I treatment by applying Chamberlain's ,,5*

; !'' aft i VV'aj d' this city has a desert Celery growers in the Sanford section flow To dive Quinine To Children. had increased bv: less than*350.000. K2. ea. the wife of the chiefwhos* Liniment and observing the directions .

> f* present-Hernando New' are planning to reproduce a FEBUUKKU' trade-mark acme gives to aa p..;" had 2.8 8410 inlwMtanta, ,Mar- t.-itn. was being besieged by the I, with each bottle. Fo r sale by all

Jl 4 L" Inverness Chronicfe. Florida celery farm at the Improftl QtaiJaiM. It is a TUI-eu Snap,pleas. 532796. Chu hsad in-deri dealers.
a :_ Panama. ant to take u4 does not divjub the atomach.Childm (pl "s 550,619, Lyons
11 Pacific Exposition. The take it and Bever know it Is Qninnte. separatH i" ,,1905. sjid" cote ont into the cento of the
:t. id lhe'"clash' of resounding from growers Also especially adapted to adults who cannot suteV"fe Oily One,"BROMO QUININE"To I
.rthd Sanford intend to show by this take ordinary Qviotae. Does mot Mmseatt nor l"no"t"e hn been a republic (for the town, and called the women together
I; ; of marching hosts replica case MnOUIICU soy riagiq lathe head. Try cd the worse aD for fan tame: LAXAOTK1KOXOQCI5I52. -
& : -omp and of their celery farms, their i It the sat tia* yon need Qtuaue tor any pur. I. tMtod time) for forty-four years, since "jtVir* them in the name of their ._ Lookfaraicaatmof. 3.
eireumstance". system of pose. Ask for r-ousee original package. TkUM W.G&OY& Cares a Cold In O.e DT. Stops)
t :, sub-irrigation... the water Ffi&RlUSB bbwa n booleTIs ceau. September 4, 1870. The ,constitution i country to arm themselves and_ fol- ,o..A cad Wsdact sari watt" off. .call.. &e. .. a *
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'Ii! r. r r HALT THIS'KOBlEaY.. the statesmen.and ,the TOLSTOY'S PROPHETIC VISION.A
.; .. f;.; : I .f I iI .'.,carr1i ,'IIIA' : : young prince ,
",.f.,:;'h t. : .,}. _'_-,, _' : 't. ,There le -no.warrant at all for the 'followed up his question wit hanothey fev hoars before his death Count
.. -
t i .. ".}...:-r. A. .. present;boiat: in:food :prices ia ,this ,which rwas; "Win I ever be therslerof Tolstoy the great Russian "philosopher :

S. t ...." ....:rl- LeggD44" : e' Plta.a' country"aeepafminal'(iced. a larger empire t" and:moralist, wrote these prophetic OVcaIIOIIWatVWe.need
: <
'i & { ..... .. Whatever may be true when merchant The astrologer arranged the figures .words: .

IJ;. ..t':;;#,> f _- ships 'again plow the sass, the 1849 in the same manner' u he had "This la a revelation of events of a > .-.

fact "'that barrel of the others added them in the universal 50 bales of seed cotton to fill "
d. PtMafccd 'weekly, sad eatere asMc .today, hardly ft .up character, which must our:

..4 daa alter at theatStarke .pct. nice flour'a sack of beans or a ease of same .way and the result was 1871. shortly,come. to pass Their,spiritual tracts and 5 AV '

.. Fieri*'. tinned meats"can jet from an American He said: "You will be emperor of outlines are now before my eyes. I we are paying, and,6 cents a

\'. port to a'port in Europe. .Germany in 1871." see floating 'upon the.surface of,the '
'
.
: ..V S. Matthews, Editor awl Owner 'Undoubtedly .the war will advance Then the prince desired to know sea of human fate the huge sOhon- I.S. GHMM'S CHEAP SID" :

a x I F. E. 'Battufl, .;_ Aasadate Editor, some prices inevitably, especially if what would be the year of his death, ette of a nude woman. She is-with

\aM BisiaeM. Jfaaager prolonged. ''Bat the. present advance and again the astrologer treated the her beauty, her smile, her poise, her

very plainly is a speculative advance, figures.as before, arranging and add- jewels-a super venus. Nations rush RAIFORD V FLORIDA.jj

.FRIDAY; AUGUST 28, 1914. a .sheer gambling on the 1 uture. 'In ing the' figures 1871, and the-result madly after,her, each of them eagerto .

the case of meats, for;instance, thereIsn't was 1888, which was really the year attract her especially. But she, ..

even a pretense of charging it in which the Emperor William I died. .like an eternal courtesan, flirts with

Who. unchained the devil in ,Europe to war causes: The packers blame it ,The prince concluded his ..catechis- :
them alL
In her
u ? of whomas hair ornaments of ....... ......... ..........................
most will
t partly on the.farmers, ing by aakingwhat happen af diamonds is engraved her name: .
.
*; A woman cant drive a nail. but she everybody can see, are not guilty, ter I am gone?" To this the reply 'Commercialism.' As alluring and as

eau drive a bargain.Thrones and partly on retailers, but the pack- came: "After 1913 a great changewill bewitching as she seems, much destruction jj Progressive Bosiness finns In Sid

V : ers, nevertheless, fix the price. come to the German empire." and agony follow in her wake

/ will be cheaper than automobiles The big trusts are calmly trying to This is the first 'year 'after 1913. and 'behold, she has three giganticarms c-'i

in Europe after the war. corner the food supply; to coin disgraceful Will _the prediction of the astrologer :;.
.- with three torches of universal i | Readers of the Telegraph will find it to th
mankind's dire
out of
be fulfilled? Times.
profits -Tampa
The bases are full and Russia is at corruption in her hand. The first \..:
advantage to trade with the firms
haste
their covetous
needs and 'in' a rep.
; torch the flame of the :
the bat in the international game. represents war, '*
i e they can't wait till the war gives a THE COTTON SITUATION.The second torch bears the flame of vie resented in this directory.MfMMHMMMIMMMMM :

V More real war news and less red plausible excuse.It war in Europe will materially' otry and hypocrisy, and the third :"'

; ink would please the reading public. is robbery plain and bold. depress the price of cotton, but we do torch is that of the law. NNINNN ,'
r Were the likes of it to be done in
Where will Santa Claus get his not see why it should demoralize the "The great conflagaration will start MMMMMMMMMMMMMREAL .
the military _
countries at -
'toys for the kiddies,next Christmas one of the war, market as it has done. The continental about 1912, set by the torch of the .
; in and
would hang
power step nations of Europe take nearly first arm in the countries in the south- ESTATE. FURNITURE

Is the European war the beginningof the speculators as high as Haman. '' eastern .
In millions of American homes this one-third' the South's cotton crop Europe. It.will develop intoa ................MNN.N.N N
the end ,of the world It is for Great Britain takes between onethirdand destructive calamity in 1913. In r

thousands of poor mortals. garb of greed brings hunger and its one-fourth, and more than ,one- that year I see all Europe in flames ..........................

4 I fear. third is manufactured in the United and bleeding. I hear the lamentations .
2 6F
COMER L. PEEK :
1 ". That Vienna physician's cure for In normal times when'commercial States. of huge battlefields. But aboutthe : FURNITURE

baldness b a graft. His method is to piracy has plotted a raid on American Germany and Austria which, roughly year 1915 a strange figure from Florida Real Estate, Land and ,. and almost anything else '"

graft hairs upon a bald head. consumers, it has got away with it. the North-a might want -
speaking, have taken about three new Napoleonentersthe

Nations rise and fall There is a Politicians have blustered, officials'have million bales, will buy, little if any stage of the bloody drama. He is .. Timber Expert. HULL'S DEPARTMENT
finessed and courts have dron- :
limit above which no nation may rise. this year, though we do not see why it a man of little militaristic training a S3. years Experience at Starke. 8TOEE.
; J pNNNN
Has Germany reached her limit ed, but the robbery' of the helpless should not be possible to furnish themat writer or journalist, but in his grip .
went on. The czars of meat and ..........................
-- --- least a limited supply through Ita most of Europe will remain until 1925.

Imported wines will soon be scarce of oil and of sugar and of bread have ly. Of course Belgium will not take "The end of the great calamity-will ...........................

F but the apple crop will be large and taken, each his extra and unlawfultoll any, and the principal cotton manu- mark a new political era for the old : .
cider will make a good substitute. till the millions of the rich have DRY GOODS. DENTISTS
: world. There will be left
facturing section of France lies near empires .
s It is an unwritten.-law that printers been piled high and even higher, no the Belgian border. If the Germans or kingdoms but the world will forma .......................... j
matter what the cost in anguish to ..
are not 'allowed to have any money; underneath.We succeed in forcing their way.into that federation of the United States of .......................... NNNtD41
the masses
: Few of them. violate this unwrittenlaw. country France will take very little Nations. There will remain but four '
are facing today not a normal cotton. great giants-the Anglo-Saxons, the J. W. MORGAN DR. U. G. TUBNR f'

i e- condition but an unexampled emer- : But the United States and Great Latins, the Slavs and the Mongolians. .a DENTIST'i'v.':

.. .. .' Why don't the millions (?) of allies gency. The tread of armed The millions usual Britain consume about ten million This prophetic vision of the great Ladle Headquarters Ready Wear Goods, Edwards BaQfeg M t"j

I in Belgium and along her frontier go echoes across the ocean. bales and could easily increase their Russian peace advocate seems to finda Dry Goods Notions, Etc. o Upstairs over Post foe$3

to the assistance of the hard-pressed machinery, the' usual restraints of consumpttion to twelve million. Trade fulfillment in the present war trag- .--"f'!'

Belgians? civilization are for the moment break- with Great Britain will be unimpeded, edy now being ,enacted in Europe. ..........................

down.It .
ing so we see that at worst the war will Whether or not its ultimate fulfill-
Many of the women in Europe will is not a time to flirt with the
cut off only twenty per cent of the demand. ment will be realized ,remains to be
find the burden of supporting the family awful possibilities of a food crimp in
If the Southern planters who seen, but its accuracy: so far is so
lighter while the old man is awayon the United States-of hunger not due :
can afford to hold their cotton will marked as to be striikng in the ex-
the firing line. to any shortage ,in American erops.any [DO YOU NEED ONlfMOWING
failures of American industry, hold it they can keep back this amount treme. ,

Uncle Sam has been very officious for better prices and by cooperation, Let US hope that the ultimate out- J;;
but solely due to audacious attemptsby
; in Mexican affairs. Why is he so and with the assistance of the bank- come may be as Tolstoy predictedafree '
rich few to
unscrupulous ex-
careful not to 'meddle with European an ers of the south, they can hold back Europe in,which the principles of MACHIN-E.R1KE" HAYS

} : affairs? There's a reason. tort the abnormal toil of others.tolls on the productsof more than enough to meet the decrease democracy may constitute the ruling PRESS. STALK CUTTER |;

-- in the demand. power.-Pensacola Journal
,t Taking medicine until it becomeS a Uncle Sam should lose no time in ,. HARROW? 1
The price of the cotton will be lower !
is almost the liquor down the law. The German must be
habit u pernicious u laying army going -
k but there is no reason why it
habit habit and fregaently federal district attorney in backwards. According
or drug very Every through Belgium JONE&I
should continue much below the level
leads to one or the other. the country should receive peremp- to the reports sent out from Paris DEWITT I C. ;
i of former years. The price of cotton ,
,. ,
with all '- "
tory instructions to proceed and London for the past three weeks ,;;
has estimated that itS goods will rise, and this with cheaperraw -
l A statistician
: possible speed against every conspir- the Germans have been repulsed and HARDWARE LUMB
material will the millmen
costs $4,000 to rear a boy in the simplest the welfare be tempt ,
ator against public hurled back every day. In spite of
for future needs. We believe
to
until he is 18 of buy
I- way years age. he packer, wholesaler or retailer, who all these reverses they are proceeding .
conditions would be greatly improvedby
That is a big price to pay for some
uses the war as a pretext to rob the steadily on their way through Belgium -
of them. the reopening of the cotton exchanges -
hence they must be thru
poor. going
despite the fact that the
The time to this threaten- backwards.
Prophets (?) say the Europeanwar squelch farmers have wished to see them clos 0.Witch ad (MRepariigWill
Cleveland Press.
ing danger is NOW.
is the beginning of the end of the ed.-Ti ne -Union. Number 1 of volume 1 of the Rai- more than pleasayou.
VLM4J + s
world but the old world has proved Prompt
'I PROPHECIES. ford Tribune reached this office Saturday cheerfuUy. ser

such prophets liars thousands of It is said that "figures can't lie,". JAPAN AND THE WAR. Typographically the first issue vice.WPp. Parcel Pest

times. e. but it is retorted that often liars will: Nothing which Japan can do in fulfillment is a model a paper of"which Rai- Ckucet Oak War

The Kaiser has fewer submarinesnow figure. Thus figures can be made to' of her treaty,obligations with ford may be proud. Brother Moseleyis JEWXXBT. DIAMONDS

than the allies but many of his prove almost anything, as will be Great Britain in this war can be con- a newspaper man of ability and HOYELTIE3
experience'and if the people of Rai- r R. J., RILES
3 shown by some that we will give far
and cruisers be
V battleships may converted strued as compelling Great Britain togo .
.
_ ther ford will give him the proper encour Jaetsoa wme, ... l
= into submarines before the on.
war to the aid of the Japanese in the
agement and support he will put the<
to over. '- It is easy enough to prophesy after remote contingency of a war betweenthe

the event, and most' of;the so-called United States and the Mikado. town on the map. -:.;!
The German North Sea fleet was prophecies of which so much has been FREE TRIP TO EXPOSITION.
The Anglo-Japanese treaty explicityprovides People not contented with their lot
reported to be bottled up'early in the made are instances illustrating this Any lady, who is a residentof
that if Great Britain has an should read the old allegory written, young CURIOUS BIT?*
war. It seems now to people who are fact. But there are examples pretty Florida and who would like a free
M arbitration treaty with any power it we think, by Addison. The Lord called -
eager for war news that the whole well authenticated" important trip to the Panama-Pacific Interna- OF HISTORY!
shall not be called upon to go to war an the people of the world together -
r war is bottled up. events being foretold.'sometime in advance tional Exposition at San Francisco in .t
} with that power. We have an arbitra- one day and told them to cast all i ii
of'their happening. Their fulfillment I 1915, should write to Mr. H. C. SLAVERY IN ILUNOH.JI
The Jewish encyclopedia sayS them tion treaty with Great Britain. i their troubles in a heap. Then he

; d, were 'the founders of the Negro I cannot be accounted for upon The nominal purpose of the Japanese !commanded them to take their choiceof Schrader, Secretary, Florida Commission *""""" 91 11

; .; and Chinese races. No wonder the the theory of coincidence; they are treaty is to "protect the territorial troubles from the heap. This they Panama-Pacific Exposition, B/ A.'W. MACY. *
Ordinance
'
Almighty poured, out his wrath upon too marvelous. How then, it may be) integrity of China. This is the form did, but the next day they all returned Room 1308, Heard Building, Jacksonville 1787 Although prohibited the slavery In ,the'

; R the Jewish people. asked can we account for them? Wedon't of words under which Great Britain and pleaded for their own troubles. FIa. Northwest Territary a tremee|

e acount for them; we simply relate and Japan agreed to prevent any ex- TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. 'doua effort was put forth. i

vV The farmers of Belgium won't have them and wonder over them, leav- tension of German or Russian influ- Newspapers have been springing up make Illinois a slave stats '] ;

to buy fertilizers next year. The blood ing to each reader to. suggest his ownsolution. ence. No extension of German in- like weeds in Florida during the past Notice is hereby given that the 1810 then were ia Illlnola ttfri"

and bones of the men slain in the fluenee is directly threatened at this year and many of them are being cut state uniform examination will be tory 168 slave la 1828.tk%

furious battles fought there will enf. It is related that in 1829 the young time, but by a wide stretch of the down like weeds. Several of them held at Lake Butler beginning Sep- number had Increased te'lfeIIHnals
"
tember 8th at 9 o'clock A. M. AH stti
t; Prince William the grandtather of have suspended publication lately and was admitted tea .
rich the soil for years.Civilization terms of the agreement : is evi-
.. apan of them will do likewise teachers wfll be required to pay a fee head in '1818, and the
the present Kaiser, asked a noted Ger more soon.
dently preparing to seize the German Cot
If'
lion that
of dollar and to themselves provided
one provide
,4r; will not perish from the man astrologer whether he would ever port of Kiau Chow and its surround- Many good newspaper men have no slavery nor &
with ink and
f* of the be the king of Prussia. The astrologer business sense and often waste their pens, legal cap '
lat
%4 : i earth on account European war. ing sphere of influence on the theory tude shall hereafter be *

/ ',. After the war Uncle Sam can furnish took the figures expressing the that if the Germans win the Kaiser sweetness on the desert air. paper. duced In this state. The pr*"

it: Europe with a better brand of yearl-8-2-9, and arranged them thus: may begin to enlarge his possessions A F. G. SCHELL.. slavery men were determined'.
Chicago brokerage ad-
company Superintendent Schools of Brad- this
to have this changed, but
i. civilization than she ever had. 1829 in all parts of the globe. Under the
t vertises Colorado with
I peaches a picture ford county. could only be done by a convey
.?'' i 1 agreement to protect the Chinese territorial I of a bevy of pretty Colorado tlon called for the purpose.:A
"
.
; The Times-Union slayed a hundred 8 integrity Japan is preparingto girls and announces that Colorado"peaches" NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED convention could not be'Btft,;

;a #;_ thousand men long the Franc -German 2 foothold the UNDER SECTION 1. OF CHAPTER of the voters
r get a on mainland to beat the world. They may 4888. LAWS Of FLORIDA. unless a majority
i; S border in one little paragraphthe 9 supplement her Korean possessions beat the rest of theworld, but Flor- Hereby notice la sires that Low H. Hill demanded It. After a bitW'campaign
other Wars their thous- porthaaer of Tax: Certificates numbered respectively lasting sghte! *
day. slay and this.too with the knowledge and ida "peaches" cannot be beat any- K and 71 farmed by the Us collector MIl
# 'V ands but newspapers slay their tens 1849 consent of her British ally. where. of Bradford county. Florida each of months the proposition to
After said certificates bearing date of July 1.t,1912." a convention. was defeated Ao
1 of thousands. adding them up the astrologer This is for ia office and
certificates
: R move really! portentous, has filed said my vote stood
2 1824. The
said "You will be in has made application for a tax deed to issue gust ,
: king 1849. if successful it will strengthen Japan According to the report on occupations in accordance with law. For the convention M7&against

;./ Abbe Wetterle a former member As all readers of history know this and prepare the way for that alliance recently issued by the census The aid certificates embrace the following 6,640. After that t6s

V of. the German Reichstag says the came true. between the two yellow races in the bureau there were 322.087 persons en- lands the-Bradford date of the county issuance Florida of said assessedat certificates number of slaves In the stab'

!& '. .. European war is the, will of the Ger- The idea cf cc: olidating the detached East which observers' have long been gaged in gainful occupations in Florida in the names and under dates and gradually decreased until :N

'. man people, who believe that the German states into a strong fearing. An awakened"China and a in 1910. Printers were not count- numbers set forth hereinafter to-wit: respectively particularly 1830 there were only 741I.' .

?' t German race is superior to all others empire had even then come into the modernized Japan, working together ed, because printing is not a gainful Certificate number 65 embraces lot S4 in 1840, less than 300 and in .\
.Woodla section 14. township C, range 22. curiolll
9 Ei r: and ought to dominate the world. thoughts of the most far-seeing of is what Admiral Mahan says Europe occupation. 10 acres assessed Amelia PhifeaCertificate practically none. It Is a "81**
number 71 embraces lot M in fact, however, that the
V.. e- -- must fear more than any other peril a Woodlawn. section 17. township 6, range 22, Laws" designed to "reguluq'
In opinion the best plan for increasing How's ABERNATHYDYAL.Mr. assessed unknown. '
our This than can threaten her civilzation. 10 acres slavery in Illinois\ were not
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according
the circulation of a newspaper We offer Cue Hun red Dollars Heward Tampa Tribune. E. D. Abernathy, of Graham, to JaY tax deed will issue thereon moved from the statute f

a ; is to make the paper so good that for any case of Catarrh tlit and Miss Alva Dyal daughter of Mr. on the 28th day of September A. D. 1914. this till after the close of the Ch j
and seal
people can't afford to do without it.Contests carrot be Cured by HalTa Catarrh The paragrapher of the Tampa and Mrs. Robert Dyal, of Starke were the Witness 27th day my of official August signature A. D. 1114. war, In 1865. f ,.

a: V and premiums and clubbing Cure i Tribune is away on'a vacation and is united in marriage at the home ,of W. T. WEEKS.Seal Clerk.
F. J. CHENEY ,It C:>..Toledo. 0. ( ) B. BoM
t.$ arrangements are mere makeshifts. JCTe. the unecrslsr-d. tiva knows F. J. enjoying a sea voyage. He said be- Rev. F. B. Johns, 'on Sunday, August 8-28-GL. By R. A. WEEKS (Copin.hI.U11. ty Joseph |

a Chcacy list for the lost 15 years: end believe fore he left that he would be back nn 23, at 9 o'clock A. M., in the DeputC1erk.
perfectly honorable b'all business I --- -- -- presenceof
Any form of government is good transactions and 1banc!-1lY aba ta cirrr the job' before the Germans captured a few relatives and friends Rev. WbeoevCT You Nee4a0eDcnl1'oalG RUBMYTISMWfll
I out any,2saaocs aiaibr: hU: 1lrI.a'no :. ,
Take Wave'sThe
if administered
government by good not
V .. : L B.\\"X O: co3C' cw Paris if he was seized by one of Johns officiating cure your Rheuw*
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men. Otherwise no form .of government s Tote, 0.nr. the war vessels patrolling the coast Mr. and Mrs. Abernathy left im- Old Standard Grove's Tasteless Neuralgia Headaches," '
valuable
chill Tonic. is equally u a ,
t is good. Government is like any Catarrh Cure Is taken bte uny. He is in no danger. Editors are nei- mediately after the ceremony for a General Tonic because it contains the Colic SprainsBruiscs, Cuts' !
-a other institution.. ;Whether it is good atb X c ecJy ran t:s blood and mu-
e'3 63CCa of tie Iyteo. Te.tlrroabta ther conditional nor absolute contraband visit on the East Coast, after which wen known took properties QUININE I Bums.Old Sores Stings of ..
V 'or bad depends upon the men who ad- a :1t: free. Prce U com pr bottlo field; 6i wart, and ant not subject to they will be at home and IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives .
117 a'1 Iu. -!:Is. to their friendsat out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Etc AmtiMiticAHoiytotally .
minuter it
seizure.
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t YtYy g'i''' a=+6fi1s1A' s. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.VUrtton's. .

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best'" Boa of ladies' 'tow shoes"fat c't__ :;.. V* *'po. -:. < ':; _._ .. __ m

satin,.'patent leather, cm metal ,x .
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,in fact,any thing you -
Jet :31..il low shoes. Huffs Department f {
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;f UlA1V.. ,: ._ .., ... .,$... .. .. .' tEliltorDiatio ; I "Stt :H ;> ',

,J.\J. Thomas, who has been --stLCktOikDOITr

r the express business this

.; : : dining the vacation, of Agent $PU may,not be oMe to mulaJe a good i tttpit>es,Ufa': :

; ber:41f e.r'tatwk ail: 9.'rrar r....er1llrgArs ,. '. > Hoffman, returned to his, home 11 1NOIdk-- orG iii JNtif.J L6h1d, Ottib:itldcl ,
ais '
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Qaww'.r
ia SundAy. s 0ro ouk. ..tout .taaht.fUr. 'J J yota uiiiin "'yoou'U : ;

4e. have fresh grocene. in II 't4, mat tjou hafeihe courage as., II
coming
... k. tt iflie ])O m" ;; :rfii J :
<< .:: : I : .,' !' ,Thelank ot< Starke,has day, give us a trial and be eon.:. .' ,: ,

l-f.t'i.. ,, handsome Dew metal that we have as good as there &t t ..
, I Y '7'aDd coeo-eoJa. Phone. 84.P ib .Starke.- ,Hall's Department Start account "CII.
;' !p IM front of building, It cut '
& t'bfit
: i***::i' } f > -
Hardware, tools,
4 *jjiiir" wire at gnn. g Depart wire; paintrof.all kind and << S. B. Denmark,left Tuesday; 5mrw.

C' ,..SBC"Mr. : Hull's Department Store. Fall for, who Blountstown was arrested to at receive that INe "" b ,..g -

> ac ,
Nahl
Budgirlday:; Miss Alma Sparkman, for failing to appear as'a wit- 'bt' 414tADS .

City, is visiting' her aunt, t the last session of the Brad-

I 'W- Sparkman, and family circuit court. STftRKE
'l '.1:...'of Maxville, war a vlaInriy ., "

_ 'j". :; County Superintendent F. new fall line of the cele '

:: .;1- r jjSI? Mr. and Mrs.'Richard Lee of official Lake business Butler,Wednesday.was in th .Bonar $3.00 and Stetson Our trimmer, Miss Grace Sutton grape vines. The fruit is not only de- *' +.++ 11111111111111. ..***

. .. ,iMayr. ,..* girl hats have arrived. We al- ,' will arrive September 10th, licious', but healthful as' welL Some.. .+

. ,, ,", Mr. Cosmo Alvarez of an excellent line of $1.50 people .don't know how to eat .
';:f-" i Y'Ii G. Saturday.' vine, visited r.elatives'and $2.00 hats. J. M. ,Alvarez. Starke and Bradford countyto They are afraid the seed will cause +

; ,8grke from Wednesday to appendicitis and chew, the pulp to +++++ lllfIIIIIIIIH ++...

; machines, hay rakes, hay lI1 8S oner) society of the Meth- meet her. She comes highly eliminate the seed, thus freeing theaci.j There are things going on iu Florida
. I Mr. A. M. Mhrby is church will meet at the home of .
recommended with an in the and destroying the ..
i!-ni1'Joae;: *. Hardware. otherwise improving his experience grape that people even in the community of
. "." B. R. Witkovski Thursday af of six years. Mrs. B. B. flavor. Grape seed will not"'only not their happenings know nothing obout
r 1Ir Imptementl of all kinds at Thompson atreet.M.ra. September,3, at 3:30 o'clock. cause appendicitis but they furnish '
a
from
; t Hopson- There lives at Gotha, eight miles
, liirffsDepartacntStore.ilrM I H. C. Richard will are cordially invited. stimulus to the digestive tract thru
in who
Orlando, Orange county;a;man ;
t| i. H..T. Dixon, of Bell, was in the north the first of thirsty phone 34. 8144t. Another proof of the fertility of out its entire length; promote diges- is the recognized authority.on_the eal-
Saturday. I buy her.fall stock of of lumber sash doors Bradford soil and its tion and tone up the bowels. Pure
adaptability
= /.*. oa business. grades county indium plant His calladiuox,gardensare
t\ and in fact, everything for to the growth of watermelons is home-made grape juice is a very .the most wonderful"in the world.
11 Han house Everybody who is not
t your healthful xirink.
and improving your home, to the watermelon grown at Alfalfa and He has two thousand varieties and
,
Hardware. I Il j ji eating in Starke ,
:' ,:MM.d Jana', or grapes 'at the Quigley Lumber & picked Tuesday by Mr. T. T..Jones.
two hundred thousand of this decorative
is munching boiled peanuts. Starke is an attractive town 'and
l id)! :- Hedrick, of Watertown, Co. The melon'measured 30 inches in He that
yrft largely so on account of the many or- plant supplies public
t.iaitor Sunday. Eva Powell of length and ,34 inches in circumference -
Miss
. to Starke of of the northern cities '
A. Z. Adkins, of Starke, cam 34i namental and shade trees. Starke has gardens many ,
{ relatives and 65
: ; of Raiford, trans- visiting and Wednesday to represent the state weighed many beautiful trees, such as live and sells bulbs to the big seed houses,
f;.:0. W. Dyal, Starke this week. i pounds. What makes this melon.re '
before Milton [oaks, water oaks, umbrella trees, camphor so the likelihood is that the productof
ata Starke Friday.. hearing Judge of I
i fit i frusta markable is the fact that it attained
t : v1s, .Hon. and Mrs. E. R. : Williams, charged with mur- such a size this ,late in the season, trees, poplars, sycamores and his,orange county' nursery goes
; fcrraBkBnrnsedof Raiford, magnolia grandifloras,out more wen into the lands across the
.1 ,! Waldo, and a party of Macclermy Times. when watermelons as a rule are small many pretty
\ .j' vif her Sunday.AbeiDyalt visitors to Starke Friday. trees ought to be planted. Trees will i seas. This gentlemen is s learned

,:f; 'ij'- of Hampton, was in 35 cent shirts advertised, last .Does your husband look seedy? I make any town beautiful No town I botanist, Dr.. Henry Nehrling by name,
.i Mrs. J. C. Hoover are about sold out, only a few
I can be beautiful without trees. The
business Saturday. Put him inside one of our $1.50 who came from Milwaukee come eight
1.. on Saturday from a.month's This is your opportunity to sup cities, most famous throughout the
d '
:. t rhA.'N., W. Francis, of Jackson1 I relatives at Augusta, Ga. 'self with shirt Hull's De- negligee shirts,'cottar" him witha world for their beauty are the cities years which ago be bas to start found a Florida new industry most 'admirably for- 1

weekend in Starke. Store. "high turn down, tie him up that have the most trees. A vine-clad '
the
11 I 1 gptat I Mrs. W. B. Byals and adapted.- His plants are wonderful
with stylish bow and crown
a cottage nestling among trees, shrubbery -
if A. Crosby, of Brooker, was of Jacksonville, are you want a coat for hard to see and impossible to de
t P. I him with Stetson hat. Then he and flowers is pleasing'to the
'. giniM oa business Saturday.. daughter, Mrs. B. C. Willis. that win keep out the a scribe in their, delicacy of tissUe,
but
withouta
will look like lover again- J. eye, an emperor's palace
a 'I don't know
coloring and tracery.
D. and cold, get one of oar setting of trees and is
Mr/I. shrubbery
trans- Mr. and Mrs. R.
f 1 t, : M. Fnteh, of Lawtey, M. Alvarez.Mr. what his sales amount to daring the '
} '
,[ buabMM in Stark'Monday.SiMi.'j children are spending the slip-ons, $5.00, $7.50 not attractive. Every property. own
but his income is not less thana M
r
!' Long cottage'at Kingsley $10.00. J. M. AlvareZ. H. J. Stewart, cashier of the er should plant trees. When one diesor year, i
,
!! ; .'Harrll, of Sapp, trans'e "" Lake Butler Bank, was in Starke on is removed, another one should be congressman's salary', and.he is faro. f '

k*i >lMd bostotss in Stark Saturday. Miss Carrie Amelia Ray Julia May Peek, who has been Tuesday, accompanied by Mr. Palmer planted. Treesare: among, the most happier and is doing more':good in

I : of Mrs. D. R. Edwards her brother, Col C. L. Peek, Roseman, of Lake-City, state bank beautiful and useful things in creation the world than any congressman. '

r '', .Mr.A. B-Surreney, of Brooker,was'lake this week.Mrs. .- for several weeks, return- examiner. Mr. Stewart was appointed and the man who makes two But I spoke of the things ,that were, .

.. Stark* on buIneu'Wecneldar. I' her home Valdosta, Ga., on done in Florida under the
G. M. Davis and receiver for the defunct bank at trees grow where only one grew be- being right
1"1
r 'f.IIr.' M. H. Chancey .of Raleigh,' Sam Lyons, of Palatka, accompanied by Miss Mar Worthington Springs by Judge J. T.! fore is public benefactor. noses of the people whoknow nothing-

: .Bt Sunday with his family here.. i if at the home of Mrs. M. Long. Wills.. Mr. Stewart furnished a bond,I Cane chewing season was usheredin about them. This Is one of the hidden
of $10,000, which was* signed by the, enterprises that people generally are
.: ; doses ccc will break any to make here this week and all the colored
f ieeg ways money:-
: I There are attributes United States Fidelity and Guaranty I not informed about I dare easy that *
,.N .1 hvsr or"Cb1Da. Price 25a f I for it or get a job in the folks and most of the white folks are
and elegance about Co;,.through their general agents, J. half the people in Orlando bite Fever

",, 'Mtoi Edna Eppwwn, of Lake Butr -l I I high cut shoes. J.,M. : i. One way of saving money R. Davis & Co., of Starke. hippy those Everybody who have chews false teeth cane or except a visited his place., "' -4

Miss Lilly Colson here. ,buy laces and novel- Not long I met farmer who
b visiting your few ago a
Prices, short with the benighted Yankees who never
i" Embroideries at from Mrs. B. B. Hopson. grow came from Georgia and is devoting
der knew the of
5 r... JOU ,t1dnt. Prompt N',1 season. Scarcely a day.now bata delights chewing cane.
a goodly part of his time growing
1 + PboDt 14., 8.14-4t. Mack .B. E. Roundtree Cane chewing is confined exclusively
.
Norman of
,
Irf.. Mr. express mes- price drops .s mewhere. The for
t ''. I' to.the south and few northern people potato slips shipment back, to .
Ella of the Wannee branch of the
: ;,.iBm to Mr. and MM. Perry News ited his sister, Mrs. clearing movement in foil blast know anything about it except by his native state. He sells twc thousand ,
Gainesville last Saturday is enjoying a vacation of :
;. \ itm.'a see oa Tuesday August 25. day. days and his place is being fill all over the store is making the hearsay. The few northern people dollars worth of potato slips
f I -
\ : p'tesl CucIef. .Phone M.iiil .' 8.14.4t. Mr. J. J. Thomas things go fast to make room for who visit the south in the wintertime every year and has time to' makex a

fl tt ii American fence. If i our fan line of the choicest line or' have enough good sense to emi good living otherwise. Who 'would

t":Fetodeb and gibs at Levitoa's.i quantity. counts, you.will James T. Wills, judge of the of merchandise' ever displayedin grate to,this favored clime take to the have ,thought that any inch 'opportunity

i! test tiJDt to advertise is in dull can fence. ''Low prices. Judicial Circuit, came down Starke. J. M. Alvarez. habit of cane chewing like ducks to existed? But he stumbled upon ;

i f! .. is most need- Jones.. ) from Starke and will spend water as soon as they learn of its de it, and is glad that he came to'Flora'
advertising
i I.iid:ii ,,, Our feed is as'good as balance of the week here. His KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM lights. Members of every class 6f ida. It beats growing cotton in ,Georgia ,

!.' t .- I -1 prices are right'also. David, is with him. David.has For home, stores and all public build- society fall victims to the seductionsof so far that this farmer ,.is 'sorry ,. ;

)(iJ "' ;Ma1N arritieg. Big:lour Domino dry feed:: returned from a"visit to Hot ings. Requires no running water, cesspool cane chewing. The thought of cane that he ever,wasted any time at such t

t it! ,a$ 1Mt IIae. J. M. AITa- partment Store. Ark., and other points.- or sewer connection. Approvedby will make a, darkey show his ivoriesin hardand uncertain.work.< <

1- I Sun. Boards of Health. Costs less than a broad grin. During the cane sea- A few days ago a well informed man I

1 Ladies-The Wizard cess pool or sewerage systems. For son the darkies become fat, happy and remarked in hearing that it
the little touch of smart my was. r
flhaUey and Cora Davis of ish mop. Housekeepers' sale by the Quigley Lumber A ,Supply lazy. The loafer at the corner grocery
that makes the strange that peaches could'nor be,
smart girl
r-tS Wi visitors to. Starke Sat-I cial price for next week I ,Co. quits whittling and carving the
> and it's nowhere so no grown in Florida. I told him that.I ,
i iI4J C. Jones,Hardware. furniture and peels cane. The small
1 I as neckwear, so come: 5 'or A doses ggg will break any boy.doe. chores and runs errands in knew a man who didn't do much of ,

t tll... of IL Nice lace at2fnteayirdttMn.RB.Hop. Miss Dorothy Darby, see our innumerable designs' ease of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. order ,to get the price of a stalk of anything else. .Be'rrowa peaches for .

11 I, vile, was the guest of her B. B. Hopson. cane. Cane is king for a time each.b early market and realizes an average .

I fih'. -I H. C., Richard, and The boughs of the orange trees inthis.locality of more than. five dinar a crate for
and year.
Mrs. C. J. Booth, of Green
) are bending under theirweight u -
: here this week. them. ->; w;,
I.11ka. are the guests of Mr. and .
J, L Underhill and children of fruit this year. Before the J ti s
BIG ACREAGE Thegrowing of ferns for profit
OF
BROOMCORN.Mr.
.vU&g htf: -sitter, Mrs. NeeU, in When you need a nice G. C. Livingston. Messrs. Liv- great freeze many large and profitable another unusual
which flourishes
m! Ha Ws Department Store. and Booth, accompanied by orange groves flourished in this John Rigdon, of the' Wateroak pursuit .
hereabouts others
'I-, hose, or anything you Kate Livingston, went to Tam- section but after the calamity few section, was in town last Thursday and there are
.LL Briason of Via- no doubt that.I do not know 'shoot
Theressa
; Sunday dress. ,rail Monday and returned in an were able to replace'their groves and showing samples of the broom straw ,
m.tM Bradford county metropolis mobile Thursday. that he Think of the wonder and 'i variety '
this
others were afraid to try .it. How- grew year. Mr. Rigdon
Mrs. C. P. Cason, of informed which a systematic search for a cOmplete 1 ,
had a Telegraph
ever, if magnificent groves representative
i { interesting guest Sunday milliner, Miss Grace Sut- list of the activities of'Floridapeope
that
restored this section would be a large of broom
,Mr.aadHn. A. M. Pettit, of Alaie1satafenf been acreage corn
i .th*. week-end with relatimhit. day of her brothers; W. of Atlanta, is now in the enjoying an unprecedented prosperitytoday. would be planted next year. He stated would be accomplished ty inviting r

ii'H:::1'', : Turner.rMacclenny. markets buying and It is" not too late to startorange that already he had sold 50 bushelsof investment, stimulating: de.

I. ''l Have'you fellows seen our line of pattern groves now. There has been seed and that 50 bushels of seed velopment and sustaining confidence.

floor ofl just what you have been serge suits! ..If not, you There is witchery la oar, only one great freeze in Florida with will plant 200. acres. Mr. Rigdon expects In the roseate period of her infancyFlorida }

$4,fit'-T:Quigley Lumber A .Supply come down and see them. of millinery and must: in the memory of man and there may to use the whole crop in his faces a period of growth

t y'1 1 Hull's Department Store. you never be another one.. {Take a chance. broom factory. which burgeoning into the bloom of.
i oar ads for our fall an- maturity, will make her the peerless
,BnA li.Rath Otwell of West Palm The Starke Grays ) .'Mrs. B. B. Hopson. Lee county was voted dry last Tues- +...............+... queen of her sisters in beauty, varietyand
the 4
peat of her sister Mrs.
to..l baseball team at Ocala day. Rev. George F. Scott, son of + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
.? i : ternoon. At the time of : and Mrs. A. P. Hoffman re Dr. A. L. Scott, of Starke, was in a + 4 The man with a toehold in Florida
we had not learned the, Saturday from their vacation, barge measure responsible for the re- ..........+........ is
/J.E now fortunate for if he
'lL, 1 Seals ,spent Friday fishIngat is half F
they spent principally in sult of the election. We clip the following WANTED-To buy 50 hogs. N. D. ;
Mhi&ilfe Santa F* lake and reports For dry goods. Leviton.Some Florida. Mr. Hoffman owns an item in reference to the,mat- Wainright, Starke. 8212t. alive he can't fail to share in the general
prosperity which is
inevi4L1>Ie.-J.
t "r 1- bargains-Square i grove 'in Pinellas county, ter from an exchange: "Rev. GeorgeF. FOR SALE-Missionary strawberryplants H. Reese, in Jacksonville
State.
.''Ll L K.:A; Ross, of Jacksonville, was ing $12 per M, ceiling at I he says is becoming valuable Scott, pastor of the Methodist Epis- $2 per 1,000. Enoch Grif- 3 c

)M t IIi'" .iW". ',, Tuesday interviewing ourry window screens at '10 of improvements on every copal church South, veteran saloon fin, Lawtey. 8146t. WILL ISSUE SUNDAY EDITION.
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t'
:
'j..' J'. .t. .." ... Quigley Lumber and in the neighborhood of his prop- fighter gave up his vacation and Beginning 'Sunday morning Aog- .-

plunged into the fight, :with: his old- FOR SALE-Quart bottles and fresh ust 30, the Tampa Times will issue.a :
A
70
"As the
proof gaao'elm 20c a twig time vigor. He has been over, the mustard seed. R. R. Prevatt, Com- special Sunday morning ,edition a
the columns
best of this
for
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auto. Hull's
your tree groweth. As our entire county marshaling the forces mercial HoteL 82121WANTED which will contain the very,best comic -, x

.,W. : r; '!\Store. dine, so our trade we will announce when we and reports the battle up to the pres- features and magazine articles and

',!''m' 'Mrs.J. T. Alderman, ofaGtiivieited last cut in Palm have our opening. Look for ent time in splendid shape and bid once. A.-Fifty D. Andrews bales of Mercantile cotton at will be one of the best Sunday papers.

c1. : Starke in their i $7.50 at $4.90; $10.00 announcement, as we will ding fair to win by a large majority. Company, Raiford Fk. 8-21-2t. in the south. ,The Sunday Times will
,!, \I. AU the ministers of the county, true be sold all
j.I'J Moedaj. at $6.45. J. M. Alvar you something good. Mrs. I on trains arid at all news
,
:x, I ---r I : to their profession and vows, are in agencies.
Hopson. FOR SALE-Full bH Jenew cow ,
;, I ufi" !r'1e> nto your feet if Starke and Lawtey the thick of the fight. and two heifer calUat_a bargain. '--

;.c-t;Yc01d .Tyme" com- again Tuesday on the Starke school trustees are re C. F. Hoover.WANTEDMan. HOWELLNORMAN.Mr. Y

i' i J. M.Alvam. and the Starke boys nearly bids on the old school site and Life in Starke' is one good thing William Howell of Gainesville, '

.>' I' selves to death. The ., This is'desirable. proper? after another. At this time the best with family to work and Miss Ella Norman, of this'city _

1l'.r 1 nice. cool house 1 in favor of Starke. in a good location. It could 1 thing on hand are muscadine and on' farm for w ges. Must have were united in marriage at the :horue" -- j

,:.' 1.: prices for several purposes. It scuppernong grapes, of which there some children large enough to. do of Mrs. W. B. Hudson, in Gainesville .w' ,
,. Mayor E. E.
: N l' BOII88BL'r'l Canova' make a splendid site for a ho- is an abundance this'year.. Floridais good work; Give reference when Sunday, August 9. The bride ;is.a
: \ and Mr. Paul E. '
..,. say there:11 b* a will end their Canova a'private residence, or the main the natural home of these varieties I, applying., |j J1. Bennett, Lake Butler daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Norman .' x

of_strawberim, planted lake .next sojourn ,could be converted into a of grapes and'mo attention should i iI Fla. 828tf. 'of 'this city. ,The many friends'-.. ,- i iof
; .
Ida".. Stxrke. Tuesday:.and or play house at a very noml- I be paid to them and more of them i the happy young couple wish.ibenva : ,. _
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... ; PAGR'I1C THE. BRADFORD" COUNTY' TELEGRAPH.., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28.fiCities 3 e-:
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; ; e" ,! Worth to push on through;the passesof I I I ++++* H1111111111' l ++"*t .

; And Towns: In > Voages'to NancyTlSe entered the I 1 I1"- '* : "!'-

t' '" 5Si h 'IVU-----; f city on August 16. In the meantime +.FLORIDA AND-THE PLAGUE. + I ON SEPTEMBER 1st THE .! t

: Steinmets was the most. active man ; + 5sA1
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the 1tJi-st: Alvord on the 9th and Isn't it,about time that the officials I 0" AndresMercanti1e

I![ Louvftin. The capital of Belgium in and:thirty. -five,miles'west of north of on.the 4th'.".. Was-near Meta 'In thebattle .I of Florida's cities'realized the 'seriousness _

the day"before the ilea, .of"Brussela.. .''Epinal, Charles the Bold perished "of olamhey-NouUy.Gen. von I I of the plague b
,- 'at' its gates. The city eam F enehlin' Moltke :prevenled the junction of the The highest authorities on the subject \
popuktion u about and it is Close Their Books For The .
vlta 60,000, armies Year 1914 ?tJ;.
1766, was occupied by the allies two:r treatinr French I men who have had wide experience *

1 situated' about fifteen miles northeast. I in 1814 and 1815,'and put to ransom Bent on .the capture of Metz, Prince I in combating the disease and in We have'helped everyone we could j 'i
of the capital: With Tire- ; r
,i present I j by the Prussians in 1870, which was Frederick Charles, took part. of his its eradication, have been fighting for
3a mont, SL. ; Trond. ,and, Tongrea it. (uiujslie I paid by France. army via. Searbrucken and part I nearly two months, since June 27, to make their crops and our: will is good to h..r

i the line for holding back the Strassburg-Capital of Alsace-Lor through' Saargamund and onthe 16th'' master' the situation in New'Orleans. them right on,. but on account of the money!"

movement of an enemy across the ter- 'mine,Germany, two miles west of the of August drove Bazaine. back on Cre-I The latest report from that city, Aug. stringency we are competed close
Brussels and Liege. our bookS
between lorrw. He defeated onthe 18th
S.. r tory was
Rhine, on the river Ill; which divides 12 the
announces seventeenth human
s, Local 'tradition, hat itthat 'Louvain here into five'branches.. It' is twen and cornered in the 'fortifications at for this year. H
and the
case discovery of the
Was established as. a permanent military : ty- ight.miles from the French frontier Metz. I I first rodent case. fifty- On account of the money conditions the]
z' camp by Julius Caesar. The com On August 10 the Prussians formeda
and is of the strongest fortresses
mon people rose up against the nobility of the one German Empire, havinga fourth army to move 'rapidly! Almost seven weeks of fighting, directed wholesale houses are selling now for cash only j"We :
the fourteenth century, but by these able men, using the
during the plains- of F
through
circleof fourteen forts. The University Champagne to,
. .
: were put down after a struggle of of Strassburg was refoundedas Paris. The crown prince of Saxony. most, advanced methods that science +- S f
Thereafter the import I has evolved, has not mastered the
twenty years. was placed in charge of this fourth io
the Emperor William's Universityin
dined, and Brussels took its place. Itt 1872, and its library has .800,000 command. One hundred and thirty I epidemic and as many months, prob- expect to have one price to'all and treat all aIik ;.

tance and prosperity of Louvain de- I volumes. The population is upward thousand men were concentrated at ably more, will elapse before New Orleans We hope we will be able to pay the highest prices for:

has one of the finest universities in of50,000. Strassburg held out Chalons under MacMahon to defend will cease to be feared as a cotton and make good collections, if we do it will enaW;'

Belgium, which prides' itself most on against the Germans for 6 weeks dur- Paris. On August 21st MacMahon source of infection. us to help the people again next year. .J.

its theological school. ing the Franco-Prussian 'war, finally moved .to Rheims and under orders Recent telegraphic: dispatches tell We will pay cash for all our goods and take the benefit
Libau-A port of Russia on the Bal- of two deaths and .. .
surrendering, Sept. 27, 1870. from Paris attempted to relieve Metz. two suspicious'cases ,
of all discounts.
We in
tic sea, a little less ,than fifty miles Dinant (Deenong-Taken by Burgundy His division was cut off by the Prus- in Liverpool, England, showing a new buy large quantities. ,

from the extreme northern part off in'1466 and 'all male prisonersshot sians at Sedan, surrounded and over foothold gained by the enemy.* We buy our flour from the mills, our bacon from the

Northeast Prussia. It has a population or caused to be drowned by_be- whelmed. He surrendered on Sep- Is it possible that any Florida sea- packers, our.J&rness'from the manufacturers, our clothing i-:;:

a of about 75,000.. Troops marching ing forced to jump into the river from tember 2d, being taken prisoner with port or inland town is willing to be t. from: the tailors and our furniture from the manufac-1

" from Menel, Prussia, could arrive be- the cliffs, this Belgian city has had the'emperor. The battle of Sedan involved in a struggle against this I II turers,.and we can save the people money in prices. '7-

:}i ,,; territory land without more than leaving fifty their miles own an eventful career. Louis XIV captured was the most disastrous of the entire I horrible disease, or even to invite such i. We will submit some of the following prices, for it is)
by ,
; hind. It has railway connections with it in 1675 and the French heldit war.The a risk? But it .is just as possible as : the low price that saves you money: I 'a
for thirty In 1818 the Dutch surrender of Strassburg came was the original infection :
years. at New.Or-
ft Moscow, Orel and Kharkoy. There built the citadel, which is still the on September 28th and'on October leans or Liverpool.. I Wd will sell you good smoked bacon at 16c per Ib. [

t are numerous factories making tin gunpowder sight of the place, but which was dis- llth Gen. Vonder Tann occupied Or- The Florida Board of Health regards ': We will sell you "Nellie King" flour at .$5.25 per barrel.!

it: soap, machinery and mills plate'and manteled long ago. Dinant is a favorite leans, Metz was surrendered by Ne- the situation as serious but not :,., We will sell you good rice at 5c per pound. "':
There are also large saw summer resort of the Belgians.It saine on October 27th. Gen.' de Cal- :: We will sell good ;
coffee
flour mills. The exports are valued as alarming and it has not relaxed in you green at 15c per pound.'

i Ii", at about $25,000,000 a year. North oft Nainur.is about fifteen miles due south. of lasines Orleans in from a heroic the Prussians effort recaptured on No. the slightest degree its fight against ; We will sell you calico at ,4c per yard.

i the commercial harbor; is the naval Charleroi (Shar-Leh-Rwa town vember 10th, but was defeated in a! this possible invasion from its first : We will sell you good iron beds at':$3-50 each ;
. strongholdconsisting of extensive, fortifications i announcement in a neighboring state.It :: We will sell
$18.00 suits
at $12.00.
of Southern Belgium, on the Sambre battle lasting from December 2d until you aWe
f L';": breakwaters and moles. river, some twenty miles above Namuras December 4th. !I has sought the co-operation of the ',: will sell you shirts from 17c up. 'ij

j i !. These defenses were finished eight the crow flies, and about twice as In vain Gen. Ducrot tried to break municipal authorities throughout the We will sell you hats from oOc up. y
State. While :
this has been
:' years ago.DiestA. from far by the river. It is the center of the strong Prussian lines at Berie, given wile > We will sell you stoves from $6.00 up. r
; I:: town equidistant district'of and on December 29th the Prussian lingly, not every city has appeared : We have
the iron Belgium, and enjoys got the goods and we have got the room and weif
\ Liege. Antwerp. and Brussels, about to appreciate the real seriousness of
; water communication into Franceas captured Mount Averon, one of the : have got the men to wait on you.
It twenty-three miles from each, and a well a_s across Belgium. It was forts defending Paris Rouen was the conditions that confront Florida. We buy all kinds of country produce. -
little north of the air line between The disease is not. communicated
1./ ceded to France soon after it was captured by the Prussians on Decem- :. We pay 22c per dozen'for eggs.
W Uege' and Antwerp. It IS,ooe of the founded, and was fortified by Vaubanso ber 6th and 'the French were overwhelmed from one person to, another, but only Come to see us-we want your business.
and
five fortified places Belgium, by the flea that is carried the infected :
both strongly that it twice held out at St. Quentin on January10th. by 'I'

has many' breweries. .It protects against the attacks of William of Paris finally capitulated on December rat. Therefore, the danger : ? 'NtN9f ;
Brussels and>Antwerp from military Orange. The fortifications later were 28th 1871.-Florida Metropolis. from New Orleans to other communities :: t 1/f/ i

movements by way of Maastricht.Hasselt razed but it was refortified in 1816 is not from unrestricted passenger ,
-The capital of Belgian Lim- the order of traffic, but in through freight :
These
by
burg,. at the junction of several important Wellington. COMBINE TO BOOST PRICES. A. Andres Mercantile G GW. CotIRaifordIFlorida'
railroads. It has many breweries fortifications in 1859. were finally dismantled traffic, either railroad by marine commerce or :I
through freight carriage.I
i
and distilleries. It is. famous Inflated Prices of Food Products A
I I i The United States Public Health
of
Result of ,
for its great septennial celebration Greed.
.
in honor HOW THE GERMANC CAPTURED Service authorities at New Orleansare .
'the day'of the'assumption, . .
{ of the Virgin-under the name of Vir- PARIS. Washington, D. C., Aug. 18.-Re- maintaining a' thorough supervision

ga Jesse. On these occasions," the When the Prussians under Kaiser ports from officials and special agents over marine commerce leaving

date of which is August 15, the town Wilhelm I., with Count Bismarck and investigating the rise in food prices that port, as was described in a recent THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER: 1,
forest of firs, by I Gen. von Moltke started the since the European war began continued issue of this Press Service. It
is converted into a move- A Successful remedy for Rheumatism, Poisel ii?
'the collection and planting of trees I ment against Paris forty-four years to flood the Department of Jus- I also inspects all railroad cars sent P P P and all Blood Diseases. ATrondcrful tonic for botS5-

and branches |from the neighboring ago the German troops were met with tice today.A from that city and affixes its 0. K. in men and women. Has been manufactured for they

forest. Hasselt is onthe main road fierce resistance on every hand. From special agent in the middle west the form of a seal .past 35 years: At all Druggists, L00.F. : .

1 from Maastricht to Antwerp. the time they crossed the border into telegraphed that he had found evidence Florida's health authorities are cooperating V. UPPMAN CO., Savannah, Ga..:<

q' Mulhausen-A town in upper Alsace France it took the Germans full six that sugar refiners and producers with'the United States officials ,
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on the river 111, an affluent of months to capture the French capital. had combined to raise prices. by insisting on a thorough ex-

4 the Rhine, and also on the RhineStone The first order to mobilize the Prus- Another announced that a State as- amination of all railroad freight cars WHENEVER y IOU'U NEED 4f

canal It is is a great textile sian army was given by Kaiser Wil- sociation of flour producers was issuing coming from'New Orleans into this i,

I center. The manufacture of railway helm I, on July 15th, 1870. France price bulletins, and that: evi- State. Wherever and whenever the 7'

t .1( equipment and other machinery is also declared war four days later. Three dence gathered showed the organization's original seal is found to be broken or A GNHIAI.( TONICTAlE GHUYf

j :;' an important industry. It passed to armies were put in the field by the prices are followed by individual shows evidence of having been tamp- <
with the close of the Fran Prussians. The first was under Gen. millers. '
Germany ered with, the Board requires that the I ',
:." co-Prussian'war, ami thousands of the. von Steinmetz near Trever, the sec A wholesale firm furnished the de- railroad company handling the car at [i The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic.isJ"1 '->
circular letter issued.
t French inhabitants returned to French ond under Prince Frederic Charles in partment a by
destination shall and the -
i territory.. The population is approximately the British Palatinate ,and the third the Spool Cotton Company,' of New open inspect Valuable as a General Tome because it Acts on the L .
before to
for tie
100,009., under the crown prince of Prussia on York, announcing twenty per cent. car rats' delivery Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds' >,- ;-'

'F Muhlhausen-A city of about 40,000, the frontier of Baden. Fifteen days advance in prices 'on numerous lines consignee. It also requires the may- the Whole System. 1 P.'Jf'GrownPeopJeaocl Childreti
of Florida cities enforce this
of effective A ors to '* '
cotton 15.
spool August ft
t in the reformation after the
inPrussia, which figured mobolization order had been : : '\ ,
te and in the thirty 'years'war. : given Prussia had 520,000 men under report from Kansas City, Mo., said order, andin several of the larger You know what you are taking when you take Grove' T stt1eD'shirt' !

It is largely engaged in textile .arms. retail grocers there had formed an cities it has its own supervisors' to : u the formula printed on every label showing that it contains thaws!!

industries, and has many manufacturing A line 100 miles long from Mount- association to control prices.A watch incoming freight from the Ionic properties of QUININE and PRON. It is as strong as the tfteagest I

enterprises-such as the making medy on the Belgian frontier Bel- charge that a large combinationof Louisiana city. tonic and:lain TastelessForm.. Ig has act eqBai for Malaria Chills and
drug stores has raised prices 100 Officials of .the Florida State Weakness, general debility and los:.appetites Gha1ifea4ftcarto
of 'needles, machinery, cigars, fort at the junction of the Swiss and
;r Mother aid; Palet Sickly Children., .Removes B2k without
ness
per cent on various articles is beinginvestigated Board'of Health are or have been in
soap, furniture and shoes. German borders, was covered by an Relieves-nervous depression and low spirit*. Arouse. tie..lives taactktiporifiestb .
New Orleans studying the situation
1 : Antwerp-A city of Belgium regard- army of 350,000 men under Napoleor *blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appctiur. A Complete StrengtiiMo "'
s til. The French army was divided Export Tax Proposed. there and learning methods of treat- family should be without ,Guaranteed by jowDnggist. We mean It'' -
strongbold.; : into eight army corps with Marshal A bill to authorize the president to ment of the disease,of rodent surveys* "

i'. ,sea it is still one of the greatest seaports MacMahon. near Strassburg. Gen. forbid by proclamation exportation of the most efficient means of reducing
broad at Betsch the Palatinate foodstuffs, clothing, or other contra- the rodent population,, and becoming .
of Europe, because the Dailly on band or conditional contraband of war SEEDS J SEEDS !

r' Land deep Scheide; river gives it an excellent frontier; Marshal Bazaine near Metz, .. if such exportations threatens" increase efficient in every way to meet a possible ..;,
outlet. Its population. is almost .the Prussian frontier, Gen Ladmirault similar emergency in Florida: -M
Cow Field Peas
prices in this country, was in- or, ;. Velvet Beans; .Sorghi
Under Emperor Gen. Prossard at Saint Avoid .The Board also municipal
entirely Flemish. near urges upon '
t ?
1 .. troduced today by Representative Millet:
: Just Received Stock New
Thionville'now
Charles. it is said to have been at called Diedenhofen Vare of authorities the requirement that -
Pennsylvania. '
:t, 1 ;. the most populous city of continental by the Germans): the reserve corps Representative _Keating, of Colorado all permits for erection of warehousesand Crop, all Varieties, of Turnip
Europe. -At the middle of the six- under Gen. Bombaki and Marshal business blocks and residences Seed Garden,
2 f introduced a constitutional amends Seed Phuitryy;
tenth century it ha da population estimated Canrobert at Nancy and Chalons, and ment shall include that hey be made rat- ,
to
j empower to levy
congress an
The fairs Gen. Felix Dausay holding the "fortress particularly such Feed and Supplies Incubators -
'y .. at 125,000. great. tax. He proof, buildings as
export said itwas :
necessary .
....... .' t held there attracted the merchants of at Belfort. to prevent the taxing of the American may be located.near.a water front: Oldest esOE&d' and ''largest Seel House in Florida. 'W: ..

-i \ the civilized world. Under the Spanish It was on July 28th that Emperor consumer to pay far the European To make: any city proof ''against the for,iBusfrated,Catalogue.E .., '

t' t' regime it declined, and in twenty Napoleon left Paris to take commandat war.-Tampa Tribune plague and tokeep so, is not.the

::, ; years fell to a population of 55,000. Metz and on August 2 Kaiser Wil- work of a day or a_ month. It.lathe. -,A. MARTIN. .. :: SEED. :CO.. J1t

'il t' The treaty of Westphalia closed the heim with Count Bismarck and Gen. work of years,planned in advance and 206 E: t'By st.. ,1't' ,JACKSONVILLE; i .

Schelde to seagoing'vessels, and it von Moltke took the field with head- WORSE THAN DEBT persistently carried, out.. Tie pres? ,

: was not reopened until the French did quarters at Maniz. ent experience of New Orleans; shouldbe >
r'o" in 1794. Napoleon undertook to Sarbruck was attacked and cap- sufticient-eVidence'that no'effort is '
"
;-4, revivify the city, but it was surrendered tured on August 2 by Froussard Is your obligation to, the man- too'expensive:.to accomplish;that ire=. :STETSON COLLEGE ,OF ENGINEETINGFbiUft "f1'
to the in 1814. It began to France was invaded by the German . .
: English who___ n'on__ .vtmr, __ bond in_ ftmrt____. Tf suh. .-
a crow again, but was almost ruinedin crown prince on August 4. He engaged >. 'h 'ttpiily:int.*.;tlut UU., K.rt'.ttubi* *'t* ir&el f.1
the military operations of 1830 and the French under Douay at he keeps,a store you must trade THE TWENTY: 'YEAR TEST' :tiaccn.- tmymiv FUrWt,trained .., ..*. CM U-'UMM ,p..itinu hWe**
\. : .a.R. TW STETSON COLLEGE OP ENGINEERING U ttalai-f jum -., <
thereafter. Netherlands retained the Weissenburg, and drove them back MSome.twentyeaia'ao.1.i :'used "
with him. You must vote' he w rbMii ur' Bwt u-toiiaU ud eg i 'idd..er'
after t<""rif five-hour in as ChamberJ in'. CboJeraand Diar jb"I
a c fight
right to. levy navigation, dues' on the : ear J9ntm .. itcdcnt Apniomd 'taesld'.t
Scheide, which laid a heavy hand on which the lossei Were heavy on,bot says, bank where be does, ran rhoea, Remedy.;, writes Geo. W. CHANICAL egi.een'AND CHEMICAL- a < ENt TNEEYING., .. U CIVILELECTEICAI.. 11 _
\ ;I Antwerp until 1863, when it was commuted I sides. Brock,-puK,'.of''the Enterprise,/Ab- ;' Fan.turn ...... Setto.k.r M. WritS for atakc."fr .. '"-;.
r by the 'payment of about $7- Again, two Gays later the Brow the estate. as he wants. Bat yon'are. J .' Since then no one can sell me anything fi-f- j r ""f -- ;1." >

:- 000,000. The city and river are de- prince engaged the .Fren h. This "scot free"'if you: get 7J.; : %aid.to"be' just'ace"o'Duririg- : all JOHN" ,8.STETSON" .UNIVERSrSr .

fended by a number of advanced fortresses time he met MacMahon's men at Zo- 'l:1.{ th..i a ii have used it'and recommeBfed Sr ._ DELANO" FLORIDA,. i Y: ,*""i

'r and by ramparts eight miles bern and .forced them. to retreat in bond trot \. I 'it inaey;the*i and has Wveranyone. ., ..'
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a & AUGUST- mi. ,THE;BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. PAGE "
SEVEN
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Sf .." >MC"I'D.. NOTICE.OF KUCTIOK. NOTICE er EUCTION. _
AND
':,. '.JBUKES a'-D.. .To tk* keriff of Bradford Cooatr, of .tile ..
( WHEREAS the legislature of under .
f'f.: .-.: : 191S. .
of Florida \
State : the eonstitutioc of 1885, of the state of Florida

t1 ,5/ij4"lajft North AbootIWagsi Be ft'kaown..,that t, ,B. Clay CnwfoH. did pas three Joint resolutions propos "
Mercury of State of tile State of Florida. ;; oo
amendments to the constitution of the
;' ia Florida. hereby civ. too tiIe that a sate of Florida and the
agreedto
tame were
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Ga al. -
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by a vote of three-fifth. of all the mem- Health
:: Win ...IIeW te Bradford eoutr. State of hers elected t oeach house; that the vote on Drinks
fr''Ui: :1"- but ground- Florida OB Twaday eat oeeeediBK Uw tint said joint resolutions were entered upon their

.. well Moaday .to November A. a 114 the. said respective Journals, with the yeas and nays
:/*moac otherwise Tutadar 'brine tile' thereon and they did determine and direct "

c:: in'\ the North that Third Day of Nertakr that the said Joint resolutions be submitted to
For United States Senator from the State the electors of the state at the general election
alive WIth flying, of Florida for lis'7ftIS from March 4.IMS. la November 1914.
b tarflp '
.. ... : Now. therefore I, H. Clay Crawford secretary ,
t1i t- creeping forma of life, For BeprcMBtativt from the Second Coa- of state of the state of Florida do {

and insects TTtMion District of the State of Florida. hereby give notice that a for the Hot WeatherWhat
bi3t; reptiJea -, the Sixty-fourth Contrcea of the United General Election r

{;" ebiste and'southernly poof Statea. will be held In each county in Florida on
For Connnhatoner of Agriculture of the Tuesday next aneeeedinf the first Monday in
f' lis State haw something to -'e of Florida. November. A. D. 1914. the Aid Tuesday being
: .
For two Jvtieea of the Supreme Court of the -
.. .:the belief, but investigation" v State of Florida. Third Day .f November is

J r i'ft to be untrustworthy. For Two Railroad Commhvionei of the for the ratification or rejection of the said more refreshing and health-building. during the
gggg .te of Florida Joint resolutions proposing amendments to the

:JI' j|matter of .fact, ,Florida Js For two memben of the BOOM of BepreMntativca constitution of the state of Florida viz.: long hot summer than good bottled beer? Our

t f troubled with inescts, of the State of Florida. A Joint Reaehtioa pure .
gay'acre, For County Aaaetaor of.Taxea. Proposing an Amendment to Section six

I .and" snakes_than any other much states For For Tax Count Collector Trvaswr., (I)the. of state Article of Florida.Eight (8)relating, of the to constitutionof county.oft brands have a world-wide reputation for Purity Quality. J tand

indeed not as as '
Union, ror Five Cnnntr Coramistionen.r ., :
..w. it Flavor.
,{JJvHi4r7 states of the West. There chicMana..n of the County Board of Florida resolved: by the' legislature of the state ;
Public Tnitroetkin.
t It}jpt Mtqaitoes along the the coasts For Jmtice of the Peace in and for the That the following amendment to SectionSix
(6). of Article Eight (8). of the constitution -
t.. summer season, but no fh.. ,1"-1- Justice Distr'ets. via: of the state of Florida is hereby agreed :
jke Kow>l<* On*. \ Bottled Beer
( o and shall be submitted to the electors of Worth While ; :'
..,JIII1Ie1'Ou'than around Northern .Vnmier. Two"" he state at the general election to be held on i ; r
-1..vvmnber '-
tb 1'resort and not as much a pesti the first Tuesday in November. A. D. 1914. ,
>a *, Four. for ratification or rejection: : .'.7
Northwestern States and .WUnt"'ber-." -. Section 6. The legislature shall provide for '
ia the ... Pabst Blue Ribbon
'' + Eight the election by the qualified electors in each Jung' Red Heart Veribest Beer
}i 9ftr) .ia the Canadian provinces Number Nine. county of the following county officers: A ,
exist in such numbers F1'1- j+ and for .the following Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff. Constables Bottled Beer Pilsener Style" Bottled
at 'tw they i +ee Diitriett. vli: a County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Col- specially for Florida.

1 taif people when out of doors find Wnmher Two.Wnnubee Three.. Vetor and, a Superintendent of Public Instruction of- Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choke malts. and
a County Surveyor. The term
irid Bits a necessity, and live stock w"ber Fonr. office of all county officers ment'oned in this Absolutely the best bottled beer for its high hops. A great favcnle.- .One' c
for
quality
and often blind- Number Seven. section shall be for four years except that that over 30 order will make you a steady
distressed
be
t can ,
1| is terribly Nornher Virtt. of County Assessor of Taxes and County Tax produced. Ask any Must be :
years. good. Try it
i. There are parts of Floridaiititoogh Number Nine. Collector! who shall be elected for two years body. > customer.
; In tenHmonv w'lewof. I have hereunto *t"T
until at the general election to be held in the
t the central lake region: whereBMOjidtoes hand and affixed the great seal of the ear A.. D. 1916. when and after Vhieh they Per case 1 doz.- small 1 Dozen -- ____n____ .5:1.00. : ,
3*. of Florida at Tallahaiwee. the eanit l. 1 Doz., small-------------$130 .---$ 1.00 .
te
'v
all be elected for term of four II
( are seldom or never seen, day of August A. D. a yean.Their 5 Dozen ........ ..._-. \It.00
thin the Twenty-fourth duties and compensation shall 5 Per ease 5 doz. small
-1 powers Dap, small $ 6.00 _., $4.25
"m& door and window screens and nets 1SU. be prescribed by law. The legislature shall --------- 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_______ J 1.00 .

H. CLAY CRAWFORD. t provide by law for the care and custody of 10 Dot, small --________$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ___ $ 8.50 5 cask Lots cask $
fur beds are rarely needed. H+. S.1 SeereUrr of SUt all county funds and shall provide the methodof per ___. 7.50" ;
To S. B. Denmark. Sheriff..Bradford County. reporting and paying out all such funds. s
t;<|,Boose flies are not, in any sec- 8-28-St. Provided. County Treasurers elected in Gen. '

',thn,of the state, at .any time, as I Ii NOTICE TO APPEAR.In "eral term Eleetio elected.A nheld. in.1914 shall bold office fore EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE f .

,
tnoblesome as in most localities of I aren't Court. Eighth Judicial Circuit of Jeint Resolution '

Florida. Bradford' County. Proposing an Amendment tb Section 16
; Al North. The reason for this ex-i Bank of Starke. a corporation I Ivs. of Article IV of the constitution of the state

i I hill f-r of Florida relating to the appointment of .
( is that during the greaterpart
BIG
:-ftion. T. M. Shaw et al I Anpearanee commissioned officers of the state militia: MONEY THIS SUMMER

.j of ,the summer months the, The State of Florida to T. M. Shaw, Greet- Beit resolved by the leg'slature of the state -
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t ins
of Florida
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grainy. season prevents, and there is It having been shown by affidavit that the That the following amendment to Section

t waste matter to attract them j>w State of Florida and that the residence of State of Florida i* hereby agreed! to and shall Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks
;" other insects, the waters wash(11 said defendant is at Brunswick in the State be submitted to the electors of the state for made. .Buy what you can sell at a profit :

%* B of Georgia. and that said defendant is over adoption or rejection at the next general Do not delay stock these brands and will have the
; .fay it away, besides destroying the the are of twenty-one years. election hereafter; that is to say that Section you most popular stand: in town and at'the

*fff of those and other forms of in- It is therefore ordered considered and :33dtred 16 of Article IV shall be amended so as end of the ,season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. '.
.i : that the said defendant T. M. Fhaw, to read as follows:

.; : <& ..giLRpaehes.. i do appear to the Comolainant'a Bill of Complaint Section!fI. Tbo governor shall appoint all
tin on or before the 6th day of October commissioned c':::rs of the state militia including ;
there are of course, .and, *: D. 1914. in default whereof a decree proconfesBo an adjutant general for the state Summer Drinks That Sell ; .

.. Fit) be entered against the said T. with rank of brigadier general who shall be .
everywhere
.Ater. 'pests, same as chief of staff. The duties and compensation
M. Shaw
p i
< f!fet'with open houses here, as com- It is farther ordered that, this notice be of all officers so appointed shall be as fixed NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. ., ._ ... '. t 0
: published in the Bradford County Telegraph by Uw. The terms of office of all commissioned

;peied ;to. the close artificially heat a newspaper published at Starke in Brad- officers of the organized militia shall beontinuoua The best light brew made. Less -,
Florida. once each week for during the pleasure of the governor Non$ntoxicating. Less than 2 ) i
ed'boaaes of the north they can- ford county. All the best kinds in stock for 4
; be enacted than 2 cent Bottled :
four consecutive weeks. ; subject to such laws as may per .alcohoL
I ;met get equal foothold,. but should IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto by: the legislature providing for their retirement special for prohibition territory.per cent alcohoL Refreshing and immediate< shipment. : Y't '
set hand and affixed the seal of our for age or other causes.
my p
13;tk y, 'they are'easUJ ,destroyed by Circuit Court on this the 24th day of August A Joint Resolution As near real beer as possible. ;

5 ynper> and'efficient remedies. A. D., U14.! W. T. WEEKS. Clerk. Article Proposing V of an the amendment constitution to relating Section One to the of 10-Doz Cask _____________ $&50 10-Doz Cask _____________ $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon _.'6Cc.All 6 _

It would be foolish to deny the (Seal) By B A. WEEKS. judiciary.
1 Vj' : rattle'aulu Deputy Clerk. Be it resolved by the legislature of the state Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to ,
The
of snakes.
cdstence of Florida: '
i. E. FUTCH Solicitor for ComplainantS284t. .
[: and" ,moccasin are the only One That of the Article following V of the amendment constitution to is Section here. Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c: Per Dozen for Empty Bottles '<

"'venomous ;reptiles in the state. Both REGISTRATION NOTICE. by agreed to and shall be proposed and sub- F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. _. .
The registration books of Bradford count mitted to the electors of the state for approvalor
1"'art timid and will run away from will 1 be open for the registration of electors rejection at the next general election hereafter
at my office in the court house at Starke otMondav. that is to nay said Section One of I
Jntroders.
The rattlesnake always An
given Warning. Snakes are seldom Thursday. Friday and Saturday of each week as follow:
during the month of August Section 1. The judicial power of the state
hi. 'ieili IB, the open. The moccasin is.fsd C. A. KNIGHT. shall be vested in a supreme court circuit i "
]: 741-St Supervisor of Registration. courts court of record of Escimbia county liable J n
in Established Over 25 Yean and Absolutely
only swampy places, or 01 r criminal courts county courts county Judges

I:ttt ,1ub'of creeks or rivers. Then NOTICE: OP APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED and justices of the peace and such other court ,
UNDER SECTION EIGHT OF CHAP- or commissions as the legislature may from Florida FOlDER
: j'arw:many kinds 'of'harmless' snake: TER 4888. LAWS OP FLORIDA. nine to time ordain and establish. The leg. Jacksonville {

; '' Hereby aotieeiagiven' that.D.-W. Moore. 'slatore may prescribe the compensation of the ,
LwUd. are ,helpful .in catching insects nurchaser of to certificates numbered re- lustier and judges of the several courts but

and small animal pests unusual oeetivcly 223. 224 and 228 issued by the Tai no court heretofore established under the eon
Collector of 'Bradford County. Florida, each stitvtion and laws of Florida shall be hereby t r

t JJ:destructive to farm and garden of said certificates bearing date of July.1st abolished OF PUBLICATION. ORDER OF PUBLICATION. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DUD ql

i 1912. has filed said certificates in my office The votes east in eomplianee'with said pro la the Qrcalt Court to Bradford la tat Circuit Coart for Bra.- UNDER SECTION EIGHT OF CHAP a
{ craps The harmless varieties, easily and has made application for a to deed to I DOled amendments, and the canvass, declare County Floriia la Caina f,ri County Fhrlda. U Caaactry. 1-1a a

'dbtinguished; ,form the venomous, ?ne te accordance with law. I tions and returns thereof shall be subjected *!?. TER 4(88. LAWS OF FLORIDA..
I The uid eeinficatet embraces the following ,.to the same regulations and restrictions as an C. Kinlaw, et al. D. C. Kialaw, et al Hereby notice is given that A. z. Adkins.
taocld not be killed. The provided by law for general elections in the {
dangerous lands in Bradford County. Florida assessed Complainants. Complainants.vs. .
..
} !U the date of the issuance of said eertifiaUs state of Florida.IN TO. purchaser of tax certificates numbered #
:nakes arc ,not as-numerous as ii I. in _the names and undeg dates and TESTIMONY WHEREOF. Ideal American Corporation, et all Ideal American Corporation et al) oectively, 65, U, 66, 68. 12, 111. 281. 229. I
:tat billy sections of the North or ii I numbers hereinafter respectively particularly I have hereunto set my ham Defendant Defendants. 231. 232 and 243 issued by the tax collectorof
& et forth to-wit and affixed: the great seal of Order Fr h aU... Order For Publication.As Bradford County. Flr each of the ,
the anontains of the West. Certificate number two hundred and twenty. (SeaL), the state of Florida at Tallahassee At to defendants.. Arthur Rylander and to defendants William B. Lukens Joseph aid certificates being Fmt.day of

!'h Thole is fear .>>ree embraces southeast quarter of southeast the capital this the Stewart Tie ft: Lumber Companr and H. M. M. Thomas Martin V. Smith. Samuel C July. A. D. 1912. has filed the said certificates 'rl
.: too, about aUigfr quarter, aeetioa seventeen township seven twenty-fifth day 'of Joly A. Fleming as Executor of Harriet E. Faiibead,, Laae. J. 3. Earl J. C. Eddy Thomas W. in my office an has made application for tax .

: tart among those who have never oath... rage twenty-two, forty acres, assessed D. 1914 deceased. Pitts. J. DI| McLemore. W. R. Lane Francii oi to I.ue accordance with Ia*. The
H. CLAY CRAWFORD, '
->T Rammage. It appearing by affidavit duly filed that Arthur MeCall and 3. B. James., urilcat respectively embre tb
been ia Florida The alligator is Certificate Dumber two hundred and twenty.fop 8-7-lSt. Secretary of State. Rylander is a raident fcf the town of It appearing by affidavit duly filed that the : ng tl. in Bradford eoity. for4 4 t.
letting to be embraces that portion of north half ol emerens Georgia and that Stewart Tie II -residence is unknown of each of the defendants w<*i s a rare creature ,irJtha northwest quarter of northwest! quarter wed Lumber Company. is a foreign corporation, I William B. Lukens, Joseph M. Thomas ertificate State, and it is quite a curiosity.t 'If railway, section seventeen. township seven. SHERIFFS SALE. with ill president Arthur Rylander. a resi Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane. J. B. Earl r-trtiularly set forth, to-wit! .
south run twenty-two eighteen aero, assessed Notice is hereby given that under and by 4<*.nt of the town of AlI8' cua. Georgia and I J. C. Eddy: Thomas W. Pitta, J. D. Mel*- Certificate number nine embraces Jnh
#t. kmomers when. they see one. letnetreomers unknown. virtue of a certain writ of execution issue L )I. 'Tteminz as execritor of Harriet Eailhead more. W. R. Lane Francis L MeCall and J. quarter cf southeast quarter of Ieiol ta
;: banish Certificate number two hundred and twenty. out of and under the seal of the Circuit '' deceased is a resident of San DKFO B. Jam, and it further appearing that this ty from their head eight embrace northeast quarter of northwest Court in and for Bradford county. State of California, and it farther appearing that this order should be made; two. forty acres, uow 1
: any,thought of trouble to person tn quarter section five townshp eight south Florida, bearing date of the 22nd day of wder should now be made; It is hereby ordered that each of the defcndants Certificate I ebla.soutb- '
range twenty-two forty acres assessed un April. A. D.. 1914 in that certain cause therein It Is hereby ordered that defendant Arthur William B. Luke.... Joseph M. Thomas east quarter of northwest guarter.of Io.
property! : from alligators. known. pending wherein B. B. Waldron is plaintiff Rylander and defendant Stewart Tie 4 Lum Martin V. Smith, Samuel C. Lane J. B. I sixteen, township five' south range
1'I .Tarantulas and Unless said certificates shall be.redeemed and. Southern Turpentine Company, a Sr Company and H. M. Fleming as executor "marl J. C. Eddy, Tomas W. Pitts, J. D. one, forty acres, assessed unknown. z
centipedes scorpions according to law tax deed will issue thereon corporat'on, is defendant L S. B. Denmark nf Harriet E. Fairnead. deceased do appear KcLoanre. W. R. Lane. Francis L McCal Certificate number sixty-four embraces lots ,'
$ art' thing we read of being dang- i the 14 tk day. of September. A. D. 1911 as sheriff of Bradford county. Florida have 'n the amended supplemental and amended and J. B. James, dB appear to the amended twenty-eight and twenty-nine in Wo. '
W. T. WEEKS, Wied upon and will offer for sale to the bin.of complaint In the above entitled eans4 supplemental and amended bill of complaint section fourteen. township five, ran ( ,
trpos.. somewhere else, not in Florila, Clerk. Circuit Court, Bradford County Fkw Mvbest and best bidder for cash on Monday neon the seventh day_ being the rule day of *n the above entitled cause upon the 6th day twsntv-two. twenty acres assessed CH.. Sapn. .
there 'ar- ida. September 7th. 1914. during the legal houn September A. D. 1914: and that this order be being the rule day of October A. D. 1914 Certificate number sixty-six embraces lot! '. :
l'ar, : none here. Hunting (Seal)_. 8-mt ..f sale on said day, at the office of the published once a week for four consecutive and that this! order be published once a week for-nine. fifty Ibty-tht and sixty-four bi

n parties, fishermen, picnic parties andWipers 3 Southern Turpentine Company In the town weeks beginning on the seventh day of Aug. 'or eight consecutive weeks beginning on the WoIW. section fifteen, tow five IH
; NOTICE. of Lake Butler Bradford county Florida al I ust. A. D. 1914. in the Bradford County 7th day of August. A. D. 1914. in the Brad- forty ur. .
rnge twe\7.two t.
"are otZ along the lakes and Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of the following described personal property Telegraph. a newspaper publishes weekly In ord County TeVurraph, a newspaper published xCertiltateJnumber
of the town council of the Town of Starke. I Hid of Bradford. stxt7 lots
thtrs cf the' to-wit sad Bradford county. weekly in the county embraces ;
\oj state, somewhere evrj3ey held on Monday. August 3rd. the following One typewriter and typewriter desk one : Done this the Eth day of August A. D. Poe this the 6th day of 'August. A. D. rineteen, twinty, twentJ-nin\ and thirty, I.'r'

::1 ia the year. They sleep on the names were stricken from the registrationlist roll top desk three straight office chairs one 1914. 1114. J Wolw Hn fifteen to..hl five. "ol, '. ;
of said town for reasons set forth opposite desk chair three lanterns one lamp one W. T. WEEKS w. To'WEEKS. f forty acres, .
UEd
E ground, and tramp around through the names of said persons: 'at top desk and water cooler one chipper (Seal) Clerk. (Seal) Clerk. Bevere. ,
Bell.. B. C.-Removed. five hundred and seventy. By R. A. WEEKS west half of tot
grass and brush and two tool sharpeners By R. A. WEEKS, Certificate No. 72 embraces a
1 wade in the Bryan W. M.-Removed.Dees. eve feet conveyor chain three conveyor chair *-';-4t. Deputy Clerk. 8-' .s\' f Deputy Clerk. ten and lot thirty-teren in WoodUwn. sea

water, and the only bites reported areof" F. M.-Removed. rears, two H. S. & .engines one engine tirn tirhUen. township five south rr. i
Edwards, F. C.-Removed.Ramage. marked "Vim. five air compressors, seven fifteen acres, sssesed nnVnown. .'
+*4'-H --
these +++++ 1111II11111111 tnt.t. {
:, a mosquito or a jigger, of J. A.-Not eligible. water pumps, four boilers, six water columns MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION. number one hundred and '
.' blch Johns, Newton,-Removed. "four valves two four-way iron + embraces southeast quarter of ontbwe : '
? there are some at certain Johns A. J.-Re'Doved. pop I, E. E. Canova. Mayor of Starke. Florida i'f .s .
sea-
blocks two jacks for composition water ter. scetioa twenty township :ray
vested in
bylaw
by virtue of the authority me TIME TABLE. tf Ix' loathe
f Spas. But there are remedies for int Kite Lewis Jas.H. I.-Removed.Jr.-Removed. hose!. two whistles one vise one pipe vise do hereby call an election to be held in SEABOARD rans. linEe. for acres, amet'd J
two post drills. one smell digester one f Er
Met bites. the aforesaid town, by the qualified voters ----
t ,
Wb n a fellow tells Lee G. C.-Remo ec1. feet 5-6 16 inch shaftinsrvelve hcr"lrsc
wrench, forty Certificate number two
< you the 8th day of September
itf fierce Murrhee W. G.-Removed. feet 1-15-16 inch shafting, twenty therein on Tuesdav. + -The following schedule .is f southeast ofer. ,d S e
assaults on human life by McCall, Frank Dead. -. \. D. 1914. for the purpose of electing the ? quarter 't
'. 2-15-16 inch shafting nine dieesters.four q.
>t f section eleven townMp" '
abetiat. bu Rivera W..B.-Dead. following officers: + now in effect: seven. _
or 'reptile in Florida! wheelbarrows three redistillers.six One Mayor. (One ) range forty a
year. n'net assessed
IOB reply'with'the short Sweat Underhill O. C.B.-Not L. eligible. I' stnraee tanks, four separators two copper re- One Clerk. (One year.) + No. 3, Jacksonville; to Tarn f tw., bandied InknO
and emIr -Removed r ..eiving tanks.two eban hoists, one can'nune. Three Aldermen. (Two 'yeara.) 4' nine embraces t tnb"
Wainright. W. KRemoved.'illiama + be at Starke 11:02 A. M. IOUt4 quarter forsrter
pa
I J"katie, expression.used by Cot Soos- John-Removed. two circular saws one iron water reservoir One Treasurer. (One year.) and Wet 'anti of northeast quarter
-i ii dynamo one switchboard and Na. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa 4 and southeast
one One Asseseor. (One year.) Q qjarte- of northwest
quartet
Williams &
|pit wheq 1 he is cornered.=Ex. -Removed. electric wires with globes connected therewith One Chief of Pollee and Collector. (One and northeast
The coune-l will be + toe at Starke 11:14 P. M. f tDr.of sonthwt
in seyson at 7:30 o'clock nine condensers two copper coils four -t.t'n qr.
'
'T P. M.from on Friday. August 28th. to hear protests fractionating columns, one hanging scale two year.One) Night Police. (One Tear.) + 'No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce4 i T" so, Ih'e t"hip cres-v auoseed eight N south, P. "" tw8
11 1 Tke Case of L L Cantelou. persons whose names have been platform scales one wagon scales, three gal- Inspectors of election-T. N. Kendrick F. Certificate number two Cath.
"* improperly strcken from said books.N. iron fear due at Starke 4:4) f hudr
tanks three wood tanks. s'x Key, thrty
{ 'in iron P. Shaffer. A. H. Johns. embraces east half
of L "f i
.
1 case L. a
Cantelou, Claren- WAINRIGHT "'runn. one iron water tank one Conner .still, In testimony whereof I Cave hereunto sub P. M. f northwest quarter and nrtht: of
east
aom. T s is similar to that of Attest Chairman Pro Tem. 'wo iron stills two copper pots, two stump rbied my name, and caused the seal of said ,tlf of southwest quarter,.section: br
,.t many 8-14-St.: C. A. FUTCH. Cterk. Millers. t-venv-OT barrels fifty sacks asbestos town to be hereunto affixed this 4th day of + No. 4, Tampa to Jackson- t :"b eV-t. snrti. ri>ge- twenty-twe..t .;

,. wfco have used Chamberlain's piping and fittings pulleys valve etc u.u at. A. D. 1914. + Tffle Qe tgtiTke3:43P. Mt :(.,. S'sessed unknown. .i r
i; 1 Cholera and connected with the plant of the Southern Tnrrnt'ne E. E. CA COVL Cert:Icate number two hundred and
Diarrhoea
Remedy. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX HEED Crmnanv hi Lake Bnr, Flo-**. *.-- Mayor of Starke Florida.C. + No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- f embraces thirtywo -
1 $8*."jaj After trying a doctor for UNDER SECTION > OP CHAPTER enty-flve three-inch boiler tubes., sixtyritrhlaeks C. FDTCH. Clerk. 8-7-5t -'vest quarter 1l thltare cf north.
1 J 48SS. LAWS OP FLORIDA. < alkali one lot tools two recording .. + vile, 41ne at Starke: 4:54 A. M. t -'S'f c* euhwe Qrr and north

221 months, and using different ford.Notice is hereby given that Alice Lang- -."..... **e ste.ra gain. t*>_ .u"dt" aH' + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- t ift etwt nin township If itht.. 1e quarer -
purchaser range
f *_etmedieine for my wife who had dated the of tax certificate No. 1", evenly thousand, one hundred and twenty APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. -prt.two.! fifty ***** assessed sl. .
lit day of July A. air + sonvilk at Starke 9:21 f 1Ce't
D. 191%, has one doe Ch
; ( filed said nonnds of wood one vaeeum gauge. Notice of application for to deed under section -I .
4 with certificate '
in
JJtronhled severe bowel my office and has watchman's clock thirty- 1s
com- made range one 8. of Chapter 4888 Laws of Florida. + A. M. f ht numb two hundred and /orty-
;*. ,tor'several months I law.orSaiid deed to issue in aee hinper knives four chipper bed plates. one Hereby notice is given that H. N. Hodges I yore fbra Irthwe quarter of T
bought rdV1 r11" belt 4'
certificate leather
14* ? embraces H.ineh lo Vr belt one 24-inch ourchaaer of tax certieates numbered + r- qrar of. quarter Irt'q
bottle '
*
,*Q"I-. of Chamberlain's Colic, Bradford following county.described Florida,property to-wit situated in one 10-ineh leather belt belt one 8-inch 16-inch leather rub- lively 132 and 1S7 issued by the tax reapee.1 + Starke and Wzanee -Brandy ,ff ,".r -tweaty- .. township 1 f h, ;
rubber
12-inch one
'and belt one Florida each of laid ertificates -
: Diarrhoea of Bradford County. n" eight acres, :
Remedy. Commencing 210 feet west of southwest eor- 10-inch rubber belt for 6-lrch f et-tw I
her belt one date of July let 1912, has -----
J twar'ng ; 1111
1 ". ag the second bottle she was pewest of Madison and Myrtle streets and run rubber belts, one lot of scrap Iron. lease expiring .led said certificates my office and has made 6:45 4 said eertilcat shaH .be
leaves Starke rlJ1
to West which + No. lot
I 4 cored." 'attbaalopg Moreland street thence January I. 1918 covering lot on application for a to deed to issue in ae- o' to Ia. win ndt
: For sale by all HO feet, thence said street 420 feet thence east ..l.nt is InentH. one office building factory irdanee with law. + A.H. t 14th day of Se mtf. A. D. i. f
north 420 feet to point of be- and four storage bn'ldings. two
Witness
building the following
tI.. .-
... lair A lot Section on nap 29 of same as Clark's second three hundred seventy-five feet conveyor chain the: date of the issuance of ..'d certificate + 2:45 P. M. f T. WKS.' t -
Iwliq township 6 water one
July li1Ty0 $ south range nne air compressor one pump. and under dates and numbers
111' the
,- --...... low long standing :% enst boiler four water en'1':11111. two BOP valves hereaafter i names respectively particularly set forth. f recall Ck. C.t 8lUL'oTr Court
; .
... hr. Hof. old sadkuancosuch assesed at the date of two four-way iron blocks two jacks four ff
p.... = reliable Dr. "e o-wtt: + Limited Trains *
** c Hu1iac OiL It relirrs Unknown. certificate in the name of water nose, two whittles one pipe vise one \rtificate Number 13%, embraces lot two, FOR BIDS FOR TOn
t1Luik.t Unless said certificate shall be f ->ost drill one small dipsr.. one wrench f Elr
die re- Section thirty -
time&ia 25c.60c.su.llf1 .-, -erned ,f block eight in Worthington. JIL
law. tax deed will issue 4x digester, two circular saws and one saw &i ed. Lids '
nineteen tV
oonhen28th townsh s-'i, South range will by
: 'IALE or SCHOOL thereon day of September A. D frame two condensers. fc'r fractionating e<-1cons three. assessed unknown. No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa + jcus'" of the town b Sfarte.IVri. 'n until ,
BUILDIXG. vli. at. :
1S'teasteeg Witness one recording gave, one clock. twenty : Ccrtficate Number 187. embraces lot S'T.t + due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + >'oeV P. M. Friday the IHh day's: Reic ztember.
of the Starke my official signature and seal this rour chipper knives four chipper bed plates in Worthintfton. Section: 1914. for erection'sad
High block'elenn.
desire 25th day of August A. D. 1914. -n 14-inch hitter belt one 24-ineh leather township six. Scats, range nineteen No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville + '" a to gite'.this notice that I W. T. WEEKS. 10-ineh leather belt one 8-inch loather thirty-three, I'I and .rl1 th f
pans
twit one spec Stations
Clerk Circuit East assessed unknown. due d Starke t:1t! P. M. + new 1U; !, x
fe
-,. Yeoeive sealed bids Court Bradford County }ins belt and one 12-inch rubber belt said eertificatrs shall be redeemed n Fe'kl the town clerk. c
up to 10 B. A. WEEKS. The sane having been levied upon u'the Unless + T. J. Griffin. + C should '
to deed will issue thereon Agent addrm their Hi td
i-t. & L',1L I C Seal) according to law.
on .Monday the 7th Wt. Deputy Clerk. :property of the Southern Turpentine Company, the 7th day of September A. D. 1914. + S. fatthrw Chairman Ton Council &
;:i' Ptember,1914 i corporation and will be sold to satisfy said n This August 6, nIL 1 !Tcr da, marked "Propofal for EuJ .
for .
the sale mention and coat '. T. WEEKS. f++++ 111111I1I11111 ++*+* tL". apli by a blT s
crt. t"l.
IlJni&ora to UM Hale and S. B. DENM\P.K f sn '
Q.Jud.wih improvements I Sickly Circuit Court. Bradford County. of
Fla. :!E\( of the 10.6" '

;,,{ -- "..,. leento4 the The GROVE'S Old standard general stmJrtheniq tonic D. E. KNIGHT.Sheriff, Bradford county. ... Florida.By; R. A. WEEKS. I.I I, bidder good faith will that if a.ar th contract the. s h i

+ bang in Starke, Fla.i. I )(al&ria.eunchea ASTEI.ESs ibeMooduindbnil chill T9\L:.nptbesys drivel oui: Attorney for Plaintiff. 8-7-ot (SeaL) Deputy Clerk. Head the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. E pe17T -tr.. i

a.. ---: ttj'f" tem. A true tonic. For adult and children SOc Read the Telegraph. a year.18.74t. --... -I-14-5L -J _. Chairman.


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s'' fk speedy completion. -
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f" ; -' Mr. B._ W. Moseley, formerly of

,..' .. \. -, here, but'cow,of Starke, was up here
and returned,Tuesday to Starke with
: Items two boxes'of strawberry plants. It If Ifp
County News
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: awfully dry td set plants here

,fto.. ",. r- .. ,A startling sky wonder., What in" l 1'
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< the deuce is it? East of Mr. Hud '

g lilt facts Gathered During the, Week bF Our son's, north of Mr. Langs; west of Mr. 4

{I .$.! ', 1 Regular. Correspondents.' Strickland's, and 'south of Mr. Tay
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:. : lor's, appears.to be marvelous, lightat .,
I ,- t ....,d---:- times. It seems as if it's riding in

;: : .. LITTLE SPRINGS.Farmers' RAIFORD. four wheeled.chariots over rigid potato : ; I :

the main feature beds westward bound till at lastit
Cotton picking is
of this section are busily
! :: engaged in harvesting 'their eotton at.the present time. takes a smooth straight flight into p : yyi
the far west. Now then it'sa ,
of
and,corn crops Should the war continue Mrs. Lonnie Johnson, daughter one says .
i'i'.f these two essential articles may Mr. and Mrs. D. C.-Corsan returned star, another an airship, anothera

t .:... be dear. to her home Tuesday, after having Jack-o-lantern. The writer does } i
I in 'of the not know what it ii If else s ;y
undergone an operation one anyone .
Dnbose visited Swift Creek }
I
: j.Wray' .
; hospitals in Jacksonville Tuesday. does please tell us. If anyone else
e. morning.B. ft
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i Sunday Miss Loca Anderson spent Saturdayand wishes to see it look into the west, or '. .

t. B.: M. Newton was shaking hands Sunday in Lake Butler, the guestof at. least from this 'place towards 'the
1 friends last week.
here
1,' with Miss Nellie Logan. west at. about eight o'clock at night

:;: t Othoe MizeU was at Bland Saturday. :Hardie Scarborough. of Lake But- :I. and then if they know and can, please

I ler, spent Tuesday here on business.The tell us.Well.
.
Our singing teacher, J. E. Fetch,: Swift Creek Primitive Baptist again Mr. Jim, the coon hunter -

I: '.. will commence a singing Scoot at Sar- meeting was well represented Sun- Spark Takum and Runum, the cat

i ; din church next Wednesday the 26th day by Raiford's young and old. They chasers, assisted by Mr. W. A. Star r i' c

#, ;' of August. all, and especially the writer. report lingand ''son; Horace, ,took. Saturday ) '

t ,' -A good- sized crowd of L.. S. folks a pleasant time and a heap to eat. evening to, cat hunt. After; about r, 'I i II

were at Worthington Spr.'ngs Sunday Miss Ruby Byrd spent Monday and three hours the dogs treed, now thru -

: afternoon, and all semed to have an Tuesday in,Raiford, the guest of relaItives. deep lagoons, bamboo vines and cat .ini : '

i enjoyable time. ; claw vines, the hunters eventually

Misses Laura and Virgie Rogers visited t Mr> D. H. Moseley wears a broad reached the tree, and found that Mr. $

l, with Misses Edith and Ida Williams smile now. It's the appearance of the sly cat had sprung from tree to tree 1't' z.

i last Sunday, and took a pleasant Raiford Tribune. and made goodher escape. The de-

4 trip to Worthington in the evening. I I Mr.'R. W. Pinholster, of Tarpon cision was then "Let's quit," the dogs

ifi ; Mr. Joseph Williams is now quite a ; Springs, was visiting his sister, Mrs.S. were called off and a' start made for

t man, as he has donned long trousers. W. Tillis, last Wednesday and home. Crossing a deep lagoon Mr.

::3 Lacy Dubose has been having a Thursday. Mr. Pinholster is a young W.'A. Starling got somewhat tangledin

sweet (7) time' with the mumps. man of sterling qualities and has a black gum root, the result was ,

Johnnie ,Drawdy,.who has been afflicted spent the last four years in Tarpon "Take! my gun and tobacco, for I am

for quite a while with, consumption Springs.. He now holds the positionas wet and no cat fish either."

is'verY low at' this writ- cashier of the Tarpon Springs Exchange Oh, Mr.,H" B., we see you are get-

I r; ing. There's hardly a chance for him Bank. Mr. Pinholster has not ting tired of batching. Don't you

Y to live long. visited Raiford in the past two years, wish Mrs. H. B. would hurry and re- 1 1, W lrf r!! :. .

f Miss Katie Dubose, Levy Witt and and was surprised at the growth of turn from; her visit.

i Carl Scaff took dinner with Mr. and the town. q liways Good -
,
': Mrs. R. W. McLeod Sunday and then Mrs. Alice Abbott, State lecturer LAWTEY.

in company with Percy and MissesAlice and organizer of the W. C. T. U., lectured Messrs.. W E..C. Jarvis, Thompsonand BOBffiKS, IRON OS NIGHT

and Annie McLeod, spent the to a full house last Sunday and Dan Warren, of South Carolina,

t' remainder of the day at the great resort Monday nights,and she_also u succeeded and Mrs. M. R. Gill, of Anthony, are Served at Home, the Club or Cafe, ti -

Worthington. in organizing the white ribbOns as guests of Mrs. Gill's Daughter, 'Mrs. you will find IIOYAL PALM the '

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brown and the W. C. T. U. members are commonly Howard C. Peace, .for a few days. best.choice of those who demand' the

1 T family, of Lake Butler, visited at the called. Master Rufus Jackson left Wednes- D '
home of Mrs. Brown's parents,.M. M. Mrs. Abbott is the guest of Mrs.
day for a, few days visit to Lake Supreme in Quality and Flavor.
: .' Hale, last Sunday. W. g. ,Graham"while in Raiford. City and White Springs.Mr. .
'l h Let's all remember Sunday school The town election was pulled off Next Time Make
and Mrs. 'L L1V' ItacKsoflil
C.
and prayer meeting at Sardis church here Monday and the rasult was as Andrews, of : .
conducted Sunday A. D. Andrews and S. Jacksonville, are guests for a few I Royal
I ; which are on even- as follows:
H. Moore ,was elected as councilmen, days at the home of Mr.- and Mrs. A. t. On Sale Most Everywhere *

Inp.There was quite a gathering .of H. F. Gaskins for marshal and the .M. Blanchard.

young folks at the home of Mr. S. W. score was a tie between Dr. Wilbur Mrs. Jessie Reddish, Misses Mabel JACKSONVILLEBREWING Ct' CgML'

Dubose Friday night,.for a pound par- Parcel and J. H. Ritch for,mayor.A. and,Eldridge Reddish and T. Reddishare

ty, given' ,in honor of Miss Edna D. Andrews was a business vis- spending the week at Kingsley CO. -_

Strickland, of Ocala, who was the itor to Jacksonville Friday and Satur- lake.Mrs. ? JACKSONVILLE, 'FLORIDA.T .

I guest of Misses Katie and Armontine Gilbert T'I. Evans, of Suther- .

1 Dobose. day.Miss Ruby Dekle, of Lake Butler, land, :spent several days in Lawtey t !

r is here this. week, the guest of rela- recently at the home of Mr.,and Mrs.H. .
: a... ," -
( .. MILLER. tives. C. Peace, and on Monday afternoon .
Dr. Lee Whitten, practicing M.-D., organized a Womans' MiSsionary
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from this week, the set in favor of France when the sian side without shotS
. As there has been no news at Ft. Pierce, is here Society, being state organizer of I t firing a
/ this town lat ly 1 thought"I would guest of relatives. the M. E. Church, South. + Germans invaded Belgium and try William must be crazy! .(
I,+ FACTS ABOUT LIEGE +
;r ,iend in a few items to let your' read Mr. A. M. Blanchard was a business + to explain it away they utter a false- antagonized England .and?

en know that this place is still on 'r ENTERPRISE. visitor-to Starke Monday.Mr. ;rffffffffftfffThe hood pure and simple. .In short, ish 300,000 and Belgians Belgians against will .make bin'-

!*the' map.. Mr., D. L. Phillips is on thebroken sick J. S. Andrews ,returned home / eye of the world is turned Germany lies. I have ,predicted for the deficency of the Frenchaccount -
l a Mr Roland Thomas made
a bUS1-1 I I weekhaving a rib Sunday from 'a prospecting trip in thirty years that this would happen. : ,'
Ellisville Columbia list. this upon Liege, the Belgium town which ( of the: difference.it:,
strip to ,
net different South Now to revert: After 1870 there
portions if
\ few days ago. Florida.Mr. I lation) and I predict a :"
last week. a is the theatre-of war in Europe. A
ty one day visited was only Antwerp in Belgium forti
Brownlee Andrews that
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. says old Bradfordis later.: ni'I
I The many: friends of Mrs. J. S. for native of Liege who is now a citizen fied. Following the advice ,of Brial- Germany I sooner or
I near TJtwtfiVMiss Sunday. _good enough him. j I are fighting for the life. b t.{J
Brown are pained to learn'of her severe of Orange county, Mr. J. A. the '
mont
( general not Belgium
of Williston, fyself) :
.. Jessie Witcher, Mr. G. H. Beavers returned from a 'now. ;/
t illness. Brialmont, has furnished the Re- ,fortified .
Liege and Namur in
who visited relatives and friends here: trip down the East Coast lat sFriday, I. The!German'. generals are DO;
Drs. Maines and Mann are attending porter-Star with a statement of con- order .invaderfrom -
try repel or stay"an .
!:: '11:' Mrs. Brown during her sickness, and last week, returned home Saturday.Mr. Mr. D. B. Kelley, of Raiford, was a ditions both interesting and instructive -! the east and connecting with I'I "tri d" than the French;"
Perry Haddock, of Alachua, vis- visitor to Lawtey > are. This is"an: unknownj
.: "at this.time she is slightly improved. Wednesday.Mr. as follows: the Oise valley in France is the. ,
ited here Saturday and Sunday. yet on both -sides I amj
W. E. Torode
business
Brown Brothers have.taken Messrs.J. was a The German people .are good people shortest way to Paris for the Ger- '
Miss Kersey of Walker, visited i I ested in the question only tt
H. Lily visitor to Jacksonville the first of : _
S:Howard, R J. Andrews and ; and do not want war; neitherdo mans. 1
.. her sister, Mrs' H. S. Norman, last the week. trying to state facts'at first
G. Crawford into partnership'with the French or Belgians. But official To be correct must state that further
and ;
week. The they are ,no
.
} them"in the,ginning business. They Lawtey baseball team went to I Germany does want it, and Belgium between two powerful, wit!
with'everybody
Mr. J. S. Norman has completedhis Starke' peace ,
:-.-: Nave moved their gin plant from the Tuesday'and' got "done np"to Austria-Hungary is the firebrand of neighbors has no choice. They have :
the gard to birthplacelPrlap: .
house, which adds much to ap- the tune of 9 to 1. ,
old stand half mile west of town tothe Europe on account of her ambition, repelled the Germans and would have ?f.iJrQ
porter-Star.
.
'. of his farm. '
corner of Brown and Main streets, pearance later frustrated, to go to Salonica on repelled'the French in the same wayif ...
The tent meeting at Lawtey has WHY THEY ""
FAIL.
where they are prepared to'gin cot- the Aegean sea. Hence the killingof the French had crossed first, but Get our prices for.printiDr I
,
attended .
been well by Enterprise peo-
.. .. ton. .They wift. begin ginning this .Nine failures out of ten among the Archduke of Austria was -a as I have said they knew the French will get your .orders rL--'

;:.N'. week.: The, firm name will be Brown plo. northern people who settle in Florida pretext only, and the 'cause of this would never cross first Belgium's)
... that Mr.
We are to state
0\ sorry
: Ginning Company. can be traced to mismanagement war must be found in. other mo- military plan has always been to be- _1'IIWII !
Rowe the coon hunter, will stop his
,
'; k ,Messrs. J. L Brown and H. C. Peel They come to this state with the idea tives with the consent of Germany come the ally of any belligerent that "HeieisiheAnsweR.1WEBSTER

.. pies and families attended the"-cemetery hunting for awhile on acocunt of in their heads that they are going given before hand to support Austria.I has respected its boundaries, and in. I
both of his fine dogs. We
losing coon
'l'J. ,' .. working 'at Crosby. cemetery on among a lot of superstitious people, have been in Florida twenty- this case it is France] : lriI
hope will soon get some more,
,. ;--; last,week. you who do'not know the first rudiments I four years, but was born at Liege, The Germans in their candor
Mr.' Rowe. NEWlNTl.1
rt Messrs. 'J. L Brown, N. H. Stokes, of farming or business managementand Belgium, nad served five years as thought that they would cross with- I ,'id
: Mr. H. S. Norman is filling his
J. S. Pinkston, Jinx and Cris Crawford up that with their superior intelli- non-commissioned officer in the en- out trouble; that the Belgians would TIE IIUIIIAII HOSTS J.f: ::

.. :;. attended: 'the W. O. W.; Jodge at thing.store daily with a new line of every- gence they can reverse the order of gineering there and at Antwerp. So I make a feeble resistance, and even n home Bury on day the in street your car talk U and the office"_li

; Worthingtoh Springs. one night last things and show the "Cracker" a trickor am_well acquainted with the town permit them to do so, but Belgium o i and school you likely question Wi"
J Mr. J. S. Norman business word. A frlet"What
was a 5 ins of some neat .
'. week. t I two. The "Cracker" has lived in public light, and the whole coun- was conquored 56 B. C., by Julius makes mortar harden yea
J r t a interesting J meeting of Miller visitor to'Starke Monday. I here all his life and practical'ex- try besides, knowing well the geo- Ceasar, and this general in his com- a &the locatiooofLaekKatrtuOtttKtls.
Hess and Rowe have lost the belt a AS -
: : Camp-/'W. 0. W. ,was 'held on last perience-has taught him just how to graphy and history of the. other mentaries wrote: "The Belgians are This New Creation answers all W
for coon hunting and Lewis .Miller m questions in L&EfuageHiito7.BloP -_
,t : Saturday evening. Seven 'visiting handle and cultivate his land to the countries involved also and the one of the bravest'people of Gaul" ,Fiction.Foreign Words Trades U* ,
i, and Eddie Hilliard have it and .
proved tealatlurtt i400JOOO
Sciences +
re members from Providence and Worthington best advantage. The northerner brings psychological mod of their people.In Now we.cotie to psychology. The g Words. '
were present ,Pro W. B. now are wearing it. They go out every i. with him ideas or knowledge gained in 1870 Belgium kept neutral, and Belgians would have fought againstany 6000 IHHStratloox.

Feagle was carried into the forest night and never come in with legs the north, where soil and climate'con was not bothered by anybody be- first invader. :In this case theyare == Cost 400000.
than They went out the i S 2700 Hgee.
one coon.
and there taught the mysteries ofwoodcraft. ditions are vastly different than here. cause there was no need of either Germans. The part of Belgiumnow = The only dlctlooarrwfthth..w.dJIGNodlar
: This camp seems to betaking other night,and old ,Taylor soon hada He applies his theory or northern French or German t crossing it. After invaded by Germany is the 3 of i
acteriied "AStroka 6-
coon started and him ; s
f on new life as we are gaining put up a large gained knowledge to our soil and he this war, France had no physical abode of the "Walloons," speaking i denim.Wat .". "

.members at almost every meeting., tree. They went to work with the.ax fails .to make a crop, while his, less frontier on the east of military French and in fact of Latin stock. ..EdItbI:
and in a few minutes the On thin opaque, ttronf
Mrs.J. Brown,visited her daughter, tree'started astute neighbor, who has had com- value left, and consequently she This part comprises half of the coun- n India paper. What a satiss -

Mrs. Henry Bennett,.at Bland last, falling and got hung on another tree monsense to use his eyes and ears builded the four fortified camps of try, the other half being Flemish or 1 faction Webgterinafonnsolitbtg toown theUerrlam

week. and an old coon started down: They and learn how the 'Cracker I does Verdin, TouL Epinal and I Belfort in Dutch stock, but all united. But I( and so eonyenk-.JIt to ose and 11!
a shot it 25 times and then the s On half the thicknea
Mrs. N. H. Stokes visited her poor things, makes good. There are plentyof a chain between Luxemburg and the must say that they are thanking God weicatof fienlu Edition.s .

daughter, Mrs. Eugene Douglas at El- old dogs had to kill it. So they went farmers in DeSoto county and a Swiss frontiers, several miles from that the' Germans came first. They bptsrEsVta:

: Esvifle, Columbia county, one day of home and got some peas and put them great many other counties in Florida the new frontier of Germany, and as would fight France as invaders but I On uHibsTV-book IXoitnches <

last week.. .I in a-spell and went out' again to trytheir who do not cultivate more than ten a defense line only. without enthusiasm or fire. I know {".... .. .

F t' discouraged luck,, but and old would Taylor not hunt had quit acres of .land that have larger ,bank I The late Belgium general, Brial- them; they have an enemy of their Ii I -...-.-.eat...,.... uiUdNi
.' any accounts and make more and writer choice. "
t money1 year mont, a military engineer its
.: fHEHYOUARENERVOtlSwtt more.hunting So, boys, the next time you after year from ten acres, for which 'of world ,repute and inspector of Mr. Carl Jansen, talking the other ii .I'UI.,.........

iro carry someone along with 'S5O an acre would be considered a the fortifications there, expressed the day in your paper, seems to forget llLic

a--: have the first symptom of a run-down you who has a gun that can shoot high price, than the big farmers of opinion, shared by everybody there. that one million, of Danes have been C .

ykem,and nervous people too often contest Illinois, Iowa, 'Indiana and other that in case of a new'war between under Germany's Joke since 1864. .eo,.
their aches and pains and suffer insfleoce HILL.
CLAY .
,wbile,\f neglectedt this condition northern states do on a section of France and Germany, the latter Good. time for Denmark now! i ilarYd......
c, Dana foreruns more aericna trouble. Clay Hill school Number 14 op n- land valued at$200 an acr country would violate the neutralityof Italy should declare war against

If those eo afflicted would stop takingmedicine sd Monday with an attendance of 18 The man of intelligence who comes Belgium for strategical reasons in Austria now and in her interests invade -

l.k J which menace containing the foundations alcohol of or health drugs pupils th the efficient teacher, Miss to Florida and will take the. advice ofthe order to avoid the wall of forts at the provinces Istria and Bren- SClECTFAMItTlroaj 111

and dust take the pure, atrengtheningDOarishment Florence Crews, of Highland, FUu successful farmers will make'good, the east frontier of France and not tens peonled,by.900,000 'Italians fret- 0 -
in Scott's Emulsion,it would The heavy rain that fell Thursday if he will work just one-fourth as hard to have to besiege towns at the out- ting under the Hapsburg rule. In
create new blood to pulsate through the evening ceased the work on the dip!I her-
he did
? as in his northern home.- set. HOTELBOC
1866. in the between
\!. t organs, refresh their bodies and build np war Prussia and -
f the whole nervous system. It is rich rat of David Lang and sons., They Zolfo Springs Truth. |_ On the other hand France has al- Austria; several regiments composedof ewd
;.. sustaining nourishment,free from wines, will resume the work as soon as pos-.1 Cool,eoafonabte wed ;
wrys" considered dam
Belgium as a. buffs these Italians and enrolled by,An9o CoaTeatcat to seesanUp
alcohols or drugs Shan auWimtts. able, and we hope the
enterprise a Read the Teegraph-I.50 Special anwp X rcay-
"" { a year. state 'and her neutrality. an as- tria, ia her army. passed to 'the Prus- JACKSONVILLE, FLO* *_ .
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