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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 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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j: CHURCIIFs.nOLD. I t REPORT OF, SOIL SURVEY OFBRADFORDCOUNTY r..

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:,'PJ ..MTURDAY AND SUNDAY :+++.+1111.11+++U.".I*+ **+f "++++ lllttllltHltt.+....+ SURVEY WAS., MADE IN 1913 :':. r

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:f! :', -iChurches Enjoy Best ,+ HAVE TO ADVERTISE. + + TO QUIT.II + Report And Map. Covering The ; .

Ever Held In I In *' '- + t Work Have Just Been ,. -
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fA ,; + When the dust is ,on the counter -, + YJ + When the grasshopper ceases # ; .

$ l J ;This County. "t_ and the cobweb's, on the + + to hop and the old sow quits her + Issued.. .'-:.' y
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; r-- shelf. There's no one in the + I. bawling; when the fish no longer +

i .'>3JUtordaj t. J afternoon the convention + storeobvt your own disheartened.self .+ _- --I- iuI + flop and the baby stops its squalling + The Telegraph has received the re-7 7' :.

1|fir t tM Christian churches of Brad- + and your stock is getting 4 *' ; wren the runners no longer + port and map covering the .soil survey -' ...; '. .

'....'**n>*7 convened ui the Christian + shelf worn and everything looks + I3J1 t dun and the7. hoot owl quits its +
t ::.-c it Starke and the convention + stale and bills enough are com- hooting; when rivers cease to +I was done in, 1913 by the U. S.. De- .. :

tleoed, over Sunday. The Chris + ing in to make a banker pale. +' frrun and the burglar stops his + partment of Agriculture in connec-" '.

1..Ilia churches of the county have art + Oh! then is the time a fellow is +' +, looting; when the vine no longer + tion with the Florida State Geological !

1..... to hold a convention in every .+ feelin' kind o' blue and is puzzled *. + runs land the skylark stops its + Survey., Following is a summary of t

--..'of the year having five Sunthe' + with the thought of the'proper + + larking; whenthe_ sun no longer + the contents of the report: 7

i Kft and convention always'con- + thing to do. In such a situation + + shines 'and C'e young man quits + Bradford county is situated in the : -

,"'|ial 0 ;the Saturday before the + but one remedy applied + + his sparking; when. ,the. heavens'* northeastern part of Florida, and has: I

to:lRfc may.nd'continues over Sun- I"* If you want to get the customer; + / +.begin to drop and the old maids + an area of 539 square'miles, or .344-
of these conven- to advertise.-Ex- + + advertising then it's time + '
t,"" The purpose + you've got stop ; 960 'acres. Starke' the county' seat

t _;btto \establish and maintain + change. + + to shut up shop and quit your + and' largest town. The topography -
and '
*,:.I.--' the. Christian churches + + + advertising.-Excbange. varies from flat to hilly and muchorthe' ", ,' ;
county a co-op- .. .+ ljll IIIII i II ++#+t ? + '
n.oBradfonl + f +
/}.;.. : \ r.I county Is poorly drained., ,There .
t .Mire relation in all matters per- --I IDuring' l ..... III tt 11I11II11 ..4.+ is .
I a range in elevation from 135 to
the restoration of Primitve the communion service Mr. j!
; to 175 feet above !
sea level.
nit and the furthering of the Lamb sang "Gethsemane" in a most! A MISREPRESENTATION: y
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:( I 1 The climate is mild, the mean temperature "
of i union of all religious people impressive manner. is
jlta for tlw coldest.months De ; _
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the Bible only. the convention adjournedto The Raiford Tribune said last week ;-
.B the Bjbled Atl,noon \ ember and i''
JJzif January February, being
f.'.:!be.ChriStiau church at Starke had assemble again at a business ses- \\I that "a, contract exists at present between ',.about' '56 degrees'' F., and the. mean : E 1,
t' of the
: 'M WeD looked after the details sion around the large tables spread the Starke Telegraph and the summer .temperature 81. degrees F. i

Ieinary arrangements for theweentionand with a great basket dinner in the commissioners to print the proceed- There is a mean annual precipitation. ,_ '
the members of the yard of A. E. Moitt's home. A bet- .
\ Christian churches of, the prepared and more satisfactory y- ings for ,a stipulated amount paid for of about 51 inchesVThere 4 I,
ter
'JrMliew yrq '
110
about miles of railroad
interested'in'theirMWtaent been 1.I by money collected from the people are -
eta'were so dinner could not haye prepared
j in the'
county. Two main ,lines11of
:- ,before 'band' that the'con- regardless of the expense or pains r yes.r' through taxation." The:above statement -
I r ilroad connect the county with
mBm was *-great success and car- expended. The' dinner was preparedby is a deliberate misrepresentation. Jacksonville and'a third with northern i tt

:I"rlid. wttliit a splendid attendance local members of .the Christian No contract exists between the points. Two branch roads extend -
'lid enthusiasm from the very, begin- church' and their many friends who .
X Telegraph and commissioners, and into the southern part of the ,county. 4..
>:.*''> are not, personally indentified with It is held that France Is the beat equipped nation in the world the Telegraph never received | Only a small part'of the county is> .
session one
afternoon was tIe church. Mrs. Moitt had hot coffee -
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;trb.aturda, for battle in the air. Here is shown French bombor
; ;1 a a aer plan \ under cultivation, although agriculture ',
attended of any and cent for publishing the proceedingscf
ptrWps the largest prepared and the coffee cups ...
: aerial torpedo. It be carried battleship seems to be entering a period of, s
city
; shear service in the history of the wree'placed on'side table at the dis- can over a or a the commissioners. The Telegraph .

.CMnrention and the number of people posal of the dinner guests. In like fleet, and if dropped with any degree of accuracy-and the French has always considered, the minutes of tine,development.The'industries lumber and turpen., '

: ,'who 'sought admission to the manner iced tea was served at another have been fairly accurate in their mimic warfare 'practice can i the commissioners as a valuable news the forest are important Where
\ i growth,has been
+ 'aifkt session Saturday was too great side table while on the tables bearing work incalculable damage. ;- I feature and will continue to publish 'the lands are being cultivated removed '
and '
ftr-the' capacity of the Christian. the eatables were placed buckets I ..- _. _. ,-- ,---,- -- -,- them monthly as heretofore.. there is general tendency toward i
clutch and some were turned"away.Ha of ice'water every few feet.

*morning'was Bible ,,wool attended at ten

't pk .10 took-an't,, active part 'aside manner, the ladies first, and Elder'Johq --t I An average reader will enjoy his crops ilplace! of cotton.or corn., : ; ;

i.1{ fray-"" arose' who just "dropped' in." 14.ujlady..# red wt1 uinks toy God. OCALA CIPHERS : BOOKS ARE OPENDONT wa{,ngwsbetter f he,can pronounceall ,...fan"strawberriescoweas-The farm crops consist of corn, cot-, ; \ '"
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WM KOSa Caisaen regular cuwo wi for the meal and then proved himself the words and does not have to beans
peanuts, oats, millet '
'' rye
t had the largest4attataei sugar
i"Ufat Daughters" the leader of the entire band in Con- i stumble over them. As far as we '
'with 52 and A. S. Crews' cane, sweet potatoes;Irish potatoes '
the dinner. Just they know other
,4 MIl class had an attendance Sunday had suming finished their bountiful as meal a!I BRING THE BACON HOMEr FORGET TO REGISTER task no so we paper have has prepared undertakenthis the and rice. Of these corn occupies the, j

L <<5.' r largest total area but strawberries
r iat apart
heavy shower came and damaged, following list of pronunciations for
tbt1,convention not .only seek to of the large supply of eatables, Starke Defeats Ocala By a Necessary to Register Again the benefit of our readers: i I bring the largest returns. Lonjr-sta--
pie cotton is Cowpeas '
I ffl the" regular ,service- hours! with that remained after dinner. Score of 9 to 0. For Fall Election. Lille (Leel). velvet,beans grown'exclusively. -' I
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will to and peanuts, oats '
"iidt'cervices appeal ,
: u session Charles rye.
At the afternoon Roubaix.(Roo-beh). .
d.valunto the of tha wa and millet are grown mainly for, for- v
11 nurses F. Rivers, of Lake Butler, conducted (Vah-lahng-si-en). 1
Wi'of/a community of all dent mi tat4Nia I'!the. devotional .services, after which The baseball 'game last Thursday .The registration books will be open- Liege (Lee-ezh). age.' Sugar cane, sweet potatoes, Irish -; ,

and'of no religious affiliations, I between Ocala and Starke proved to ed .Monday, Sept. 7, in the several potatoes and rice are min crops }
the,reports of the churches 'were re- Namur (Nah-mur). '
111I& R'also;)undertakes to 'thrash out The church at be very uninteresting. far as Ocala precincts of Bradford county and'/ill Alsace (Al-sahs).' grown largely for home consumption* '

,Y tk problems; of handling the,work of was concerned for at the end of the close on the second Saturday in Oc- 'though with several of these there is ?
a few months ago was established, Lorraine (Lo-rane).
Christian church organit the ,board showed |tober. possibility of commercial developmeat. rfl
;I the various, by Elder John Mullady, of ninth'inning score Meuse (Maze). .
:
'riitttbai t 'of the eount) .in a cperaJ madethe_ most satisfactory report.i that the best they did was to, hang AU'persons' who-registered in the Vosges (Vozh). Oranges, grapefruit, and 'pecans SII

i tifi Banner for the best results. The This church has grown from nothinga I up nine ciphers, while Starke was spring for the spring primary election Mulhausen (Mool-hou-zen),. are grown on a' small scale for '

>1 dicers of the Bradford County ConjvwHoii averaging one run to the inning for will have to register again in Charleroi local markets.. The greatest agricul- 1
to membership
few months
a .
ago (Shar-lee-roy) .
for this year,are J. Allen:of
|Banpton; .President; Ernest House, splendid building and Elder. Mulla- counted nine times. this fall 'Two registrations are now Diest (Deest). along the line of truck farming. r

I8tarks\ ,\Yice.PPresident. ; Percy Cox, dy is their pastor. The Starke Christian I The day for the game was an ideal' required.by law, one for the primary Tirlemont (Teer-l'-mong). The soils consist of sands, fine :

', i jTbmssa, Recording Secretary; W. G.I church which has made a great'lone, with the exception, that being I elections and one for general elec- Drina (Dree-nah). sands, and fine sandy loams andowe, ,

j Stall, .Hampton; Treasurer; T. N.i gain in membership, financial strength: just a little too. hot and it tbik all the tions. /' Vienna (Vy-enna). f their origin to unconsolidated,I deposits t

S 1eedrkk'Starke" ; Corresponding Sec-I and in number and efficiency during I"pep" there was in Ocala and handedit Following is a list of the registration Kiao-Chow (Kyou-cho). .- of ,the.Coastal. Plain. ,The types:

ntarr, I the past six months under the mimstry' -" over to "Joll," and Starke for they officers in the.dift'erent. precinctsof Longwy (Long-wee). are comparatively fewand belong to .3
tdWhe : .'convention the Norfolk, Portsmouth -
the j the Scranton
was opened county: ; .
ball from the beginningto
> of Rev. Ernest House, stood sec- were jam up Kragujevac (Krah-goo-ye-vahts): .
|M'two o'clock Saturday afternoon, While in.dan 1-Lawtey, Louis H. HilL Leon, Coxville and Johnston series, i
were
ond in the reports. the end. they Maubeuge (Mo-buzh). '
Mkt'J..Allen conducted the devotional 2 Lake Butler L Fowler. < with the two miscellaneous
-I scored several times, t Henry types,;
: The committee on time and place [ger'of being on Sambre (Sahng-br). '
atrvktt and' the chairman introjifeeadjln. Palestine, John D. Pearce. peat and muck.
for the next county convention reported -{"bone" plays by the .Ocala players Semois (Seh-mwa). .' "!
\ S. L Jackson, Daytona, Providence D. C. Williams. The Norfolk series includes ) 1
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they ,
It is I
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I at the afternon session to they i helped them out considerably. Marchiennes (Mar-shyen). """'
f as the speaker on the Christian Wom-\ "5 Pinehill A. A. Hazen. light-colored soils which '
Ocala in upland oe- : ::1
effect that the next convention would, true'that Starke out played Tonrnai (Toor-neh).. !.
l .rmi'Boud.of Missions., Mrs. Jack-' 6-Starke F. A! Scott cupy the higher and '
areas
the Saturday I of the but had Ocala are com-
be held at Lake 'Butler on all stages game
Mans (Mongs). f,
;MB i U,the tate president of the C.i 7-Hampton, J. Vernon Jones. parati'ely well drained.. The fine
fifth Sunday of Nov- like her usual arti- : i'\
'' before the played anything Conde (Kon -day). .
| ;W'B..1t: and a woman of wonderful ;.Raiford J. J. sand and sand
8
: Farrelly. are good early .track '
ember. .... cle of ball the score would have been Mezieres (May-zyar). I .,. :j
;)oftr-and her address carried-with it of 9-Worthington, R. T. Taylor. soils. The fine sandy loam is one of i: 'M
.Mr. C. W Zaring superintendent much smaller.
,
I the fozet impression of every point I i the best soils in the for general f "I
I county
I the First Christian church Sun'dayschool The Starke team was composed of A LIVE CLASS. if
- !i CITY ELECTION: tl
irAnry.
to:enlist the women in a farming. The lossy sand is also'well ?
of Jacksonville, had been secur- with exception and j.
all home boys one H
inIit'eonsiatent and earnest effort tosiad 1 I The city election will be, held next adapted to the general farm L :
ed for an address on "The Bible that one was Mr. "Jack" Jolly, of "The Loyal Daughters" is the name crops. \ t
t the' gospel at home and Tuesday, September 8. Following is The Porstmouth soils all need
'abroad School and Practical Methods was Waldo. He was in the box for the of one of the >most alive Sunday 't! i
,.; list of the offices and candidates as drainage to ,fit them for agriculture.! ;
.l.'A.bcsiness 'session of the convene'tiiIt 1 called to California a day.b fore the visitors, and the best Ocala could do a school classes in the state. This is The fine ,
they will on the ballot: sand comprises the latest't :
convention and failed to appear on the off his delivery was one or two hits. appear -- one of the hustling classes in the '
conducted "
was from half past Mayor, C. F. Hoover. area and is the main,typo.in the flat-
':.N until five program. The presiding officer, J. Al Clark was in the box for Ocala and Christian church in Starke, Miss Rosa i i
o'clock Saur- woods
nearly Aldermen (throe to elect), E.S.. corntry. The strawberry in-,
1"' > afternoon. The of lIen, of Hampton; took the hour in i he was, not up to his standard of Baisden being the teacher The decorations ; iiJ
matter tvan- dustry. has been _
: Matthews, U. G..Turner, J. W. White, i developed this
hand and assisted by Chas. F. Rivers, on soil ,
Flepafng? pitching. Starke got to him early, and flowers in the Christian ;
:the county efficiently I aronnd i ;
more Starke and '
Wills.
J C. Lawtey. It is a _
"' v4I. tbe principal matter before the I Miss Rosa Baisden, Judge Gardiner, the first three men up each hit safely. church durine the convention last Sat- J".
I >Clerk, C. A. Futch. good truck soiL The fine Joam\ ,
Eder J. B. Crews and Mrs. S. L. Jack- sandy, : t :
,eIttie With bases full Jolly hit a long fly urday,and Sunday were procured and
and several earnest short -Treasurer, A. S. Crews. type is less well drained bt inherently :
'': s"wert"made in the discussion, son made a very profitable and inter-I to center which "Tommie" Thompson Assessor R. A. Weeks.. arranged by this class.Last .} more productive. Strawber is 1'

-t.'lDani resulted in the appoint- esting session of it. brought, down by a beautiful catch Sundav'this class had an attendance ries constitute I. '\
Marshal Silas Kite, J. B. Sapp. the main ,
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f. + )! committee to put the plan The humor and entertainment of but it 'was too far out for him to of 52 and a neat little me: and cotton crop thoughorn .
Marshal Ed Burnsed. are .
Night grown snccessful-
;.; WNcl i in definite shape and arftnince -I the whole convention_was supplied in throw it to home and it went for a morial card 'WAS given the visit" ly OB well-drained] 4 '
The
I ;,IIII.to it. This committeetaMMta' I the midst of the heat and oppressionof sacrifice; Starke scoring the first run NOTICE TO THE VOTERS. young ladies. The card is to be used type is in rtensive. areas.It has about sand the" !.
: the convention when Elder J. B. for book mark and bears the follow- i ,
,of W. G. Seals, Hampton; on the play. a sj""e value fire sard.. '
---- crop as
:cwt t.Garaey. Graham; J. C.. Byrd,I Crews with his wit, peculiar force For the next two innings Ocala I am a candidate for the office of ing helpful information:, The Scranton fine. sandy loam' is a'1 (

''i l?t'F.: Brack.Theressa; 0. K. and picturesqueness, took things in shut Starke out without a run but marshal of the town of Starke, sub- Where to Find. good soil for'truck bat is t
4 t;.. Batter I'hand ,for some fifteen minutes. The Lord's Prayer, Matt.6; Com-"ard- crops usually -;
i Judge Gen: A. Gart..1 from the fourth inning on Ocala by ject too the election to be held Tuesday deficient in drainage.. The Leon = .
arkL, "eregation was kept in an uproar ments. EL\ 20: Beatitudes' Matt3; 4
j her bad 'playing kept presnetin series *
I Iimpressed' very 'September 8. I am'now.serving i is represented by only: ,: 1type.
one
Sr .
< Elder Crews, and he prehaps ;
F-t I I&eet yet Paul's Conversion, Acts 9: Power of '
McHargue
minister reached
of them with runs until they the fine
of this district constable sand. It is
as devoted
the people ... almot -<
spiritual truths of .
i iB16in!"' Christian church oft{ more a the large score of nine. Ocala presented to do p,, er. II Fi s 20:6: Four Vfrses elusively to 1
and endeavoring lumbering
am my andturpentining.
nractical
nature than other I
,
---me; Saturday'' any Alike. PSt l07Q.l/,91.31; Two ChaoAHk '
preached them in several kinds'of ,
ways is before The Coxville
record as'an officer fine
'speaker in the of time. duty. My IlA'ah it randy
same length Rinds 19 And 37
t 10 The Last Battle tPS II :
: Ground of them on'over throws. loam
the most of It also in
';4 J't ", The attendance f|At the close cf his talk the congregation you. :You may judge from it mv Ij"u!'est Vane. E*. 8:9: 'Jfto-t-,od need of drain> ?e. WhW.
was Ocala Banner. for'the office which'I seek. If reclaimed.it is well adepated to,truck: 1
M e era congregation. ap-1 broke out 'with a storm of ap fitness elected I promise faithful performance Verse J 1'11,., 11?'5: P disral Ron. LiVrIK -rot's., ;. .. i

r !t iojoy the ,sermon as well\plause.The night session Mr. C. P. Cason was a visitor to of mv duty, and uoon this plat 'flreblff the Virjri"s. Matt. 25: The alluvial soils are represented
; at seventhirty
a rendered by T. N. Ken-. opened AMdi" O H>t't'. John 15: Resnrrec- H
( Jacksonville: Thursday for the first solicit *v two types of the Johnston
under the leadership in form I respectfully your support Verse nn ,
Best
& song ti" rfrnt". I Cor. 15; 'he
time in several Mr. Cason fine 'sand and fine sandy loam.' = "
I service of John years. -
: Aj..... 'dock [ Nissen Lamb, who 11rft. IltW: Obsecration Verse. Ronu ,"- ..
; Sunday morning '
soon had the entire likes ,Starke so well that he seldom J. B. SAPP. .... soils-are sullied to fr?r j nf :.<
congregation sing- trl *-* Verse, John .?5:16;
llfcHargue preached again and : "ver4'ow
The goes outside of her borders, and when and ,are not under cultiva-, '
ing. .
., ."was under the leadership of Scripture lesson was read he does go it is upon an importantmission. Mr. H. C. Waters made a business Toe r..""ni!'d. Acts 1:8; .Best. Chapter : 4

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; PAGE ,Two ..- _' THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH.- \ -j

'I r Friday, September 4th :f"

"" MILITARY TERMS USED BY t' ,' ELIMINATES MAN.'THE MIDDLE-. it I .



NATIONSDo Officials of the-United States 'Department Worn' Out? What J)ee" Means. ;

: THE EUROPEAN has shipped 466 lots icon- inside"Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE
the package, and RESULTS and .
testing out the parcels post as a No! doubt you are,' if, 'FACTION after the contents have been SATIS used. Aftft'tllelt- h: '
means of marketing, eggs 'and have you suffer from any of the Always ask for "R-.ru." when Remedies o.q
; -Do know the difference between infantry squadron of cavalry, 12 numerous ailments to or poultry remedy. you buy I stock 1OID time. ,, t
flBeeDee"
: you found it highly satisfactory. The.department remedies are gtaatthe,..
a corps-a Division and a brigade? Few batteries. Total, 12,000 men and 48 which au women are sub- pared from pure medidna1In ft1ts, in I preu ..t1
has shipped 466 ots consisting : '
Efl same 1BrigadeTWO Je t. Headache,' back the way, aDd are genuine medicines that and tt ?, ,
do. The terms are not used 'the guns. of 9,131 eggs, to various partsof ache,i ridfaff1, nervous* depend on. you caa mmdthto< .
in the various armies.: Here is an enlightening regiments of 3 battal- the nation and upon arrival at des- nest, weak, tired feeling,- Mc.\IiI1ca Stock path
p t table: ions each. Total 6,000 men. are some ot the .)'DJtomsudJOllmastr Bee STOCK 6 POUITHT waco.rGII.,''
battalions of 4'' tination, only 327 eggs, or three and cl I Dee MEDICINE
Regiment-Three
GERMANY one-half per cent of the total were : yourself of them in order UNnvmrr-DiP
Army corps-Its staff, 2 divisions companies each. Total, 3,000 men. broken. Ten dozen'eggs can be shipped to led welL Thousandsof Bee Dee Healing.Powder Bee Dee Colic XenedyFavorite

of infantry, 2 regiments field artillery Battalion-Four companies of, 250 in one container a distance of 150 been women, who nave
benefited
3 squadrons of cavalry, a company men each. Total, 1,000 men. by this
miles of 4.7
at a cost cents per dozen.This remedy,urge you to
1 of pioneers, a bridge train- ,field Cavalry division-Two and some- includes the' cost of transportation

r bakeries, telegraph troops, field hospital times three brigades; 3,2004,800men. and container. TAKEI

,. etc. one or two batteries of Florida authorities
postal
,. -. heavy field howitzers or mortars and a Brigade of cavalry Two regimentsof advise
that the farmers and farmers' wivesof
Total 40,000 8 squadrons, with 2 batteries of ar '
machine-gun group. tillery. this state are utilizing the;parcels I Cardolii I axe.r

men. post extensively in selling farm pro-
Infantry division-Two brigades. Regiment of cavalry-Four squadrons -
800 duce direct to the consumers and ex- Fertilizer
; men.Squadron
'J'otaI.12OOO men. cellent,-results have been obtained.

Brigadfe- Two regiments. Total, of cavalry-Two hundred Last winter when eggs were being The Woman's Tonic ,

: '. 40000; men.RegimentThree. men.Battery sold by retailers at from 50 cents to Mrs. Sylvania Woods '
battalions of 4 of artillery-Six guns. .
, ) 65 cents:: to the consumer the farmers Clifton
' companies each. (Total l. 3,0000 men. GREAT BRITAIN. Mflls Ky., says:
f Battalion-Four companies of 250 Brigade of Infantry-Four battal- only receiving 20 and 25 cents per ."Before taking Car d u I,

.K ;. I' men each. Total 1,000 men. > ions and administrative and medical dozen 'for their product, giving themiddleman' P I was, at times, so weak I ARE BEST
"
from 30 40 could
to cents on hardly. walk, and
units. Total
r ; .' Regiment of field artillery-Nine 4,000 men.
each dozen eggs he handled. The par- the pain in my back and
batteries of field guns and 3 of field Cavalry brigade-Two regiments of FOR a
> cel post of head nearly killed '
system marketing entirely me.
i 72 pieces. 4 squadrons each. Total, 800 men
rr howitzers; eliminates the middleman's profit and I After taking three bottles .
(Brigade of artillery-Three batter-
;; ) Battery-Six guns. \ divides of Cardui'the dis- ALL .CROPS
) :: the profit of the middleman pains
i f Brigade of cavalry-Two and occasionally ies', 18 guns; heavy artillery, 12 guns ,
: appeared. Now 1 feel as
howitzers 2 batteries horse among producer and consumer Write for
three.reglments. Total, 1,600 field ; ar- well as lever did. Every Catalogue.

tillery, 2 batteries.,
;? to 2,400 men.Regiment suffering should
$ j of cavalry-Four squadrons Battery-Six guns. FOOLISH TRADING.9 tryCardui.1.woman bottle

I of 200 men each. Total, 800 Division-Fifty-four field guns, 12 today. E-68 I >'"
: men. howitzers and 4 heavy' field guns; As produceers and builders, the -a."t"

; FRANCBL 15,000'combatants. American people excel a previous civi-

a j j ; Army corps-Two infantry divi- ; RUSSIA. lization and we are a present day ..dvrFLORIDA INDEPENDENT FERTILIZER c01 J

, ) t slots, 1 brigade of cavalry brigade Battalion of infantry Eight hundred marvel in business efficiency, but. in .'

Q i t I of horse and foot artillery engineers men. dealing with foreign countries we area JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

: battalion, 1 squadron of train. Total. ,Squadron of cavalry-One, hundred sorry lot of''traders. Ever since BUSINESS COLLE- *
William Penn traded GES. WE SELL SEED POTATOES
I > 40,000 men.Infantry. and twenty-five men. the Indians a

I; division-Two brigades of Battery of artillery-Eight guns. handful of trinkets for what is now -

the state of Pennsylvania, the Amer- Washington, D. 'C., Sept., -A report F ,

I ican people have been selling their issued today by the Federal Bureau -

t.\ .. . . . of the state, white and black, old and birthright to foreigners for a mess of of Education shows that there POLITICAL
. ANNOUNCEMENTS.FOB .
T t i I 4t young, has been seen to be at least pottage, so to speak. are 3 commercial schools and business FINEST m mi sad:

. : ALLIES AND PROMOTERS worth while.. As'a wider knowledgeof We export over $50,000,000 of Cattle colleges in Florida. The 1913 enroll- MAYOR. '

t .. I. the plans and accomplishments oft and their products per annum, ment was 1,048 pupils. It is esti- I hereby announce myself as a candidate
{ which feeds the nations of Europe mated that more than half this 'for the office of Mayo of the Town e-f Starke (
? . . . v< board has been disseminated, the ber num- and voters.respectfully solicit the support of the : -' :_-
-
and
completed
.our American heiresses:: spend a commercial courses anda -
; aproval of the taxpayers has been C. F. HOOVER.
Every good citizen whether na111 similar sum in buying and maintaining large number are now employed in I -- [.,.1-"
for criticism
and freely .
given more more -
f<' '
counts, dukes and titled Florida business institutions.In FOR MARSHAL. .
' a tive or imported, whether of Florida has through ignorance. peerages. I .. -- '..; ,

or of whatever State, presumably has Every honest.come man who is workingin These foreign noblemen are as a rule, the entire nation there are 618 the office hereby of announce Marshal of myself the Town a candidate of Starke for ./1'... .,.7.!\" ;, <.,,1j\\ ..' .. ":'.. -
: absolutely worthless-in fact becomea business colleges and commercial and respectfully solicit the support of the I : ., \....+ A_ I... ;,":.',
,0
to the highest welfare of his community ,dead earnest along some particular voters. '>; -" "I) :{
perpetual liability-for it costs schools and they accommodate 1', { 3J ,
160-, 3. B. SAPP. .,--..
11 at heart. Presumably, also, he will line for his own advancement and "" .
more money to operate'and keep them 557 students annually. There is an i.;
active of what makesfor his own betterment, and this personal I *
be supporter
.. an -
. in repair than it does to run-our'cotton Average annual attendance of 260 pu- FOR MARSHAL. Evansville, Ind, Jalyi'f-;
advance adds to that of the state.Each I
its upbuilding and, presumably hereby announce myself as.. candidate -
: mills. European' royalty puts the pils per schooL. for re-election to the office of Marshal of the The H. L,,.Hurst tUg Co., Onte,
willingly is in his line
he will not knowingly or an authority own
,; again, Town of Starke
: black sheep of its families on the I voters. If and solicit the support of the Gentlemen: We would not do iii ,
become a destroyer'or a and he rightly claims recognition as elected. I promise the same conscientious -
: f block and rich American FARM performance of duty out Man-Power Sprayer::
"knocker." such. He accords such recognition to our girls FACTS. always rendered in the that I have your f lid::.
'{ ; buy them and we virtually exchange pastSILAS more. It is the finest we have....
not others who sincere and KITE.
These several presumptions are are as earnest -
; railroads, wheat fields and millions of Where there, is silo there eeen in this city at'present:141 "
is'pros
.I" himself. No be -
i stretches of the normal imagination as one can a
;
r violent dollars' worth of products of farm, perity. ++++*It 1111 I 1111111 ++*++ people that have seen your epiiNfi -
nor are they unreasonable; in- specialist, an expert, in all depart- -
.... '' mine, and factory for titled paupers There is not enough of the community + + at our place think very mucij '
endeavor-the
ments of human sum
extremely probable
If. deed, they are so l + CHURCHES. + and well pleased to ifiork' t-W-
who could not.be resold for sum. spirit see
any amoiij our rival di&-
as, to be the basis for sound argu- total of all practical working knowledge + _____ .*... I place. Yours truly"of,.otiif.> ,
It does tricts. .
not treaties
require foreign I :
ment. is too vast, too exhaustive. /.
fleet of The BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer- + THEODORE BUCHH0L::
a war vessels or revis'sion laws'relating
to
business
'
Florida's Board of Health has been It is on this ground that the State tariffs( are +
working twenty-five. years and more, I Board of Health claims for itself the to stop this enormous loss. It wholly unsuited to the transactions of f relL M. Sunday school,' 9:45 A.' For Sale By _?

What it moral and of needs only common sense. in the homesof the farmer. Morning service, 11:00; + R. S.
for the good'of the state. support, physical, every "f evening service, 7:00. Visitors + FERNANDw3-
has accomplished is a matter of, voluminous citizen of Florida. It is doing and the rich. The waste of the effort through impractical + Spraying \
cordially invited
to
+
record, which has been often has done a great work, and.its use- We export $18,000,000 of lumber and methods of farming is the t with us. worship + STARKE, FLA., '

,: r reported and repeated to the people 'ulness was never greater its activ- timber and American tourists spenda greatest tragedy of the ,age. I 1 I f ,ft "',

= of the state. The net results (of ity) never more vigorous than today.' similar amount in motoring over Something is wrong in our market- t CHRISTIAN Rev. Ei est +
I
this quarter century of consistently The importance of this work in the Europe and sight seeing in foreign ing system when a small crop brings I f House, pastor. Services + COFFINS
on
( IL .scientific work have been to raise the upbuilding of the state is being rec- lands ''although the most enchantingscenes more money than a bountiful one. I + morning and evening of eachsecond + CASIcITS.ofy '
And a full Lin
of the world are the American Cooperation
t g; = great peninsula from the popular suspicion ognized and naturally this recognition on between t practical farmers + and fcurth Sunday I'off + Undertakers' SuppU*'

o J : of being one of the most unhealthy comes from those physicians and continent. and proficient business men will the month. + te1

", t i sections of the country, to laymen who'are best acquainted with eliminate ignorance and prejudice. I I + + Always on ,band.. The bat IK-.

" .. j! '. the positive knoweldge that it is one this work. I MANY FARMERS IN FLORIDA.. The nation's menu must be made up'I'+ PRESBYTERIAN-No regu- + Tioe at the lowest prices.. SpeaM

'1 t 1 of the, most healthful,, with a death Its critics-and no successful manor from the fields, pastures, orchards an4 J f Jar pastor. Sunday school at + attention to Telegraph Order" .xf

rate probably as low as the lowest. ; organization is ever free from themare There are 322,087 persons .in Flor- gardens, and to farm intelligently the|f 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. + 'P,,!

1 This work has been wrought against of two classes. Those who are ida that work for a living and 139- farmer must know what is needed. "f f Registered Embalm:;

> natural difficulties and obstacles and ignorant and those who assume to 782 of them are employed upon the We must give the same care and + Rev. B. T. + y .

j : against the constantly diminishing themselves; the wisdom to supervise farm according to a report which has consideration to a system of cooper + Rape, pastor. Sunday school +i I I leWrIT C JONESfJ

. opposition of ignorance, for as positive human endeavor in every direction. just been issued by the United States ative laws, extending to the farmer + at 9:45 A. 1.1. Morning ser fj Successor C.Livingdon -

" I benefits have become plainly ap- None of us has the right or the Census Bureau. Of the persons engaged facilities adapted to his business that I + vice 11:00 o'clock; evening + I -Starke, Fla. >j

[Jjj parent, the per capita annual expenditure wisdom to criticise the acts of another in farm agricultural pursuits, is now afforded corporations. + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior +I II I----- .

of ten cents for each resident until he knows the reason the mo- the bulk of them are farm operatorsand Farm tenancy is the greatest men I't Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 + I ----- -"

'J I farm laborers._ The farm opera- ace now confronting the nation and t P. M. Senior Epworth League, + !
tors number 42,188 and 39619; .are can only checked by affording the '#. Sunday 7:15 P. *M. Visitors + How To Give Quinine To Cttlli"h ;-

If I'! men and 2,569 are women. There are tenant and the laborer facilities for +I'I t cordially invited to attend. FEBRrUNEIsthetrademarkiiamegrfttteiimproved Quinine. It is Tasteless Sn!: ,.JJvs j'
acquiring and ''+ ant to take and does not disjirb the Haauaf'-
farm in' property
laborers by
78,784 the State and reducing +
,
$40.000 in Free Awards I' Children take it and never know it te O :.i
Fifty 56,127 are males and 22,547 females. the high rates of interest which are t++++-II ill till++H4ff fI f+ Also especially adapted to adults woo taafi.
I
take lantratt If *"
ordinary Quinine. Doe not
There are 166 dairy farmers in the i sapping the vitality of agriculture. cause nervousness nor ringing in tee bead. SBi,'
Under the I Only One "BROMO QUININE" it the next time you Dud Quinine for
Number 'of Contestants Limited State and they employ 243 laborersand present system of mar- pose. Ask for 2-onnce original parkas!'
keting farm To get the genuine,call for full name, LAXA- > lameFEBRJUNE: is blown in bottle. tt _
4 products it is
foremen. There also
are 237 possibleand T1VK:BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of -<-.....
in the State whose often occurs that people in 1 B.W.GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Stops I
persons principalsource one cough and headache and works o2 cold. 25c I| Read the Telegraph! -$L50_a y. -
N of income is from stock rais- part of the United States literally I > -
.
Every One Paid For Services __ ;at:
ing. The number of cowboys and starve for the want of a product, ------

J sheep herders'in this State is 109. I, while the same product in another I 4
:,
In the entire United States there part of the nation is wasting for
,
I
t Among these awards will be, several fine automobiles are 71,580,270 persons over 10 yearsof want of a market.

age and 38,167,336, or 53 per cent I When You Want i: :.
including .Stearn ,-Knight, Packard, Cadillac, of this number are engaged in gain- Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.'

Hudson, Overland, Maxwell and Ford cars ful occupations. Of the gainfully occupied "My attention was first called toChamberlain's c.

: Among the other rewards will be a scholarship including 12,659,203 or 33 per cent are Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea
A
engaged in agriculture. There are 5- Remedy as much as twelve x Horse A Mule

board and tuition, in any of the colleges in 868,000 farm operators in the nation years ago. At that time I was ser

I Florida; diamonds and other jewelry, etc, etc. and they employ 5,975,000 laborers. dose iously checked ill with the summer trouble complaint.," writes 'Mrs.One

This contest the entire state of Florida. The C. W. Floerence A
covers tive for those acts. None of us, be- Rockfield, Ind... For Buggy Wagon, T

number of contestants,will be. limited to two hundred; ing human, is above the possibility of sale by all dealers. ._ vF 1,

also the number in each county will be, limited. Ladies error, but each of us has the right to WANTS BETTER CHILDREN. 3
Ve: recognized as honest in his error. ;
as well as gentlemen will be entitled to compete for the And each of us has a right to the con- A Set of Harness : t

: awards. Liberal 1 payment for services, whether or not fidence of the community, with the has The established federal Department a Children's of Bureauto Labor Vf-4 s
Conclusion that
Increasing of
t l an award is won.. experience make such errors years fewer teach parents how to care for Come to See Us

I The contest will be conducted by a thoroughly reputable ind less important. children and has just issued a booklet..I
Florida's Health Board is on "Prenatal Culture" which is for
profound'y *
1 business concern and for a perfectly legitimate grateful for the confidence that has free distribution.For We buy in car lots and give our, cus- -

t purpose.. Full particulars will' be supplied each. person been given it in the past. It asks that some time Uncle'Sam has been tomers the, benefit of the lowest prices.

J # who is considered eligible to enter the contest. Send this be continued as the larger and oaying considerable attention to the 8J.
more important improvement of hogs, chickens and
problems of the future -
,i your name'and address, with references. As the number shall tax its wisdom. livestock, as well as teaching us how I

f. of contestants jp limited, you will be too late unless to raise pumpkins and potatoes, andit j J. W. ANDREWS t
Whenever You Need General Tonic is encouraging to find attention now SON1

t j ". you act promptly. Take Grove'sfoe being turned toward improving the ,
Old
Standard Grove's Tasteless human _
( CAPITAL CONTEST chill Tonic is equally valuable as a race. ;.?i ,.;tl
General Tonic because it contains the A !' '
\ .
. well known tonic properties QUININEnd Cam lid Strti 'Otttr liiedii Hi't tin :\
Starke Florida
18 Gainesville
: lnent Florida ft
Depc IRON. It acts on the Liver Drives Tae worst cases,no matter of how long standing, .,.
-
out Malaria Enriches the Ekxxl and are cared by the wonderful old reliable'1k. '1!,
i -
Builds theThole\ Porter's Antiseptic Healing',Oil It retimt ",;::
t up System. 50 J
It cents. Vain del Sat at the SUM I IIIc. Zc,ik,$L0J '
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septo nber 4th 1914. / THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. PAGE' THREE

-
'manatee"must have been at least 12' "

r feet in length; and are the largest he WIIENfl1ANCE'DQ

VE STATE NEWS has ever seen in all the years he has .

)!;, ( }- I navigated these'waters, dating since A Good Eater Makes

(; '.! I" early in the 80s. Although manateesare WENT N -
I I'f
.r} ,: -" occasionally seen in: local waters : +

;;rags That Are Happening All Over Florida they .are becoming scarce, both the .

..,. government and the state having placed NAPOLEON WAS EMPEROR Good Thinker

.,; &r1J.... As Told By Our Exchanges heavy penalties upon the'killing of -

.',. iJ.. I these old creatures, who are hunted Germans
I Crossed the French
\ t for their valuable flesh, which con- ,
L r Tfk.Farmers Summer School" will I stocks are fnod! six to ten.,feet high, tains much fat, and which is 'prizedby Frontier August 2, '44

:;ftfi&V: Gainesville, Sept. 1st, to and will have fruit, ready to cut by the fisher folk along the Florida Years Ago. Good groceries build the stimulate
system
.t iLkM tOWhich all farmers and others January. They are v ery highly coasts.-Fort Myers Press. up ,

?: 'iJ.:'irfitf are invited., I elated over the outlook, and have .invested "France' to the Rhine," the old war the brain and increase your'capacity ,
in 'Glade lands and ,
I t ,j:,'1.1 largely are Jacksonville, FIa.Aug. 27-Tuesday
? o/ claimed that in the phosphate showing their faith by their works.- afternoon Judge Daniel A. Simmons, slogan of the French people, was ringing to think. And
right best
thinking
: brings
in
11 work- the streets of Paris this dayortyfour
fofck lections of the state 18,000 Fort Lauderdale Sentinel of: tie Circuit Court in and for Duval ,

$Sl t*been laid off, a result of the county, handed down an order and years ago. The Parisianswere results. Our groceries make think. :
:rk:> War. Most of ,the phos- E. H. Mote returned Monday night rendered his opinion in suit broughtby flashed with the first victory of you

,1 a/ned in the state shipped to from Daytona Beach, where he spenta Herbert L. Anderson of this city the short and disastrous Franco-Prus-

1 .and is one of the big indus few days fishing. Mr. Mote reportsthe against Secretary of State H. Clay ian war. .Saarbuck, just across the ".

t tiles a< the state.-DeLand Record. catch of a 45-pound sea bass, the Crawford to have the Bryan primarylaw '"russian frontier, had fallen and the J.
mercurial populace of the French C.GARTE1RBradford:
metropolis
i* largest one that has been caught at annulled, the order of the court "
'r"'tTba tobieeo crop of Florida, if It that place this season, and one of the being that the demurrer made to the saw speedy victory ending in ,

Pf fD growing from year to year, largest of the kind thafhas ever been bill of complaint be sustained. Suit the humiliation of their "old enemy .

.-jr.; hOOD exceed the citrus fruit crop caught in those waters. Mr. Mote is was brought to restrain the Secretaryof across the Rhine. They did not dream .

,!:.il,*,",::gjne.: ano the corn crop will ex- justly proud of his success.and even State from certifying to the Boards I of the disaster at Sedan, the siege -

':J.ee.4 both'of 1"" them if we can get the though some of his friends smile, the of County Commissioners the names and capture* of Strasburg and the fall I

|.3.Veora raisers to plant'the corn.-Jack- fact remains he say that he made the of the nominees in the recent primary, of Paris. The French emperor, the .. ..

>,/iii9t Metropolis. catch and in a day or two will showus the papers'having been filed duringthe last ill-fated Napoleon, with the
': photographs of same and if further Prince Imperial, had watched the "
\ middle of July, in the Circuit court I
i Y launch the sheep French troops drive the Prussians out
A movement to evidence is desired he will be in and for Leon County, Second Judicial County :
': rraisini: industry in Escambia county glad to furnish witnesses. Mrs. Mote District. The matter was referred of the little city on'the Saar and had

I;,:4Wa toe: scale has been inaugurated remained at the beach where she will on account of the illness of sent a long and optimistic telegram to

;'iItJ. citizen of Washington, who has be the guest for several days of Mr. Judge Wills of Gainesville, who de the Empress at Paris. Abstract' Company :'
:j wrthased a tract of about 1,000 acres and Mrs. William Hooker.-Leesburg" Germany's invasion of French ter- .
clined to act,'and the matter was then
:'i1 I rf land northwest of the city, and will Commercial. referred to Judge Simmons. ritory in the present war, on Aug 2 A complete record of Bradford County lands', ,

'; ibrWa floe breed of sheep early inith last, took place. forty-four years to Land Tides Real Estate, Inve.trrjen

winter. Sheep raising in Flo Small figs planted out in Aprilfourand An Orlando dispatch says: L. L the day after the first Frenc hvictoryin I

j-1'JIII: ihould be profitable, as there is a half months ago, by Messrs. Stone, a prominent farmer and well the. Franco-Prussian war. This u

f iyra demand for wool, as well Weimer and Crim, are now fully five known fruit raiser of Maitland, who was only one of the several coincidences '

);!" 'mutton.-Times-Union. feet high,' and with spreading: was bitten by a rattlesnake while at which make the beginnings of circulation of carriageS is impeded by z
i i. ( DEBT r
;tX branches, are now full of vigorous work in his grove yesterday morningand the two wars similar. In the present a procession of ,vehicles decorated WORSE THAN

K?e' ,The'big meat packers have tested"Florida fruit. This opens up greater possibilities -I brought to a local saniatrium on war, as in the Franco-Prussian war, with Chinees lanterns and conveyingmen

j.... beef cattle and found themraped for this section and proves that yesterday, died last evening about 11 France is exhibiting the greatest optimism ''
'' The.result is a demand here- bearing flags and sounding those Is your obligation to the'manwho
this will rival California in dried figs o'clock. He was a great sufferer during though military experts do
;t''t :tofore.unprecedented and at advance in the near future. These gentlemen the whole of the afternoon 'andlearned not consider her as well prepared for immense cors de chasse with which is on your bond in court If .
} >lBf"prices.. Armour &: Co., are big French sportsmen are in the habit of .
; have also planted out 'California evening. As far as can be a long and hard-fought struggle as

"'r4bsgera of Florida beef//cattle and a grapes at; the same time, the Malaga be supposed he had been stung by a Germany. France suffered defeat in entwining bodies, after the fashion he keeps a.store you must trade is

1;;;{.tra lad of 1,200 ,head'will be about ship- and Torkey variety, which are now scorpion and did not make any 'attempt the struggle of 1870 primarily be- of the serpent that clasps Lao- with him. You'must vote as he :

,: .t'to them from Kissimmee eight feet tall and branched in propor to suck the poison from the cause of overconfidence and lack of coon. Walking at the sides and in 4

!r': 'o Sept. 1., This lot was before sold at sold higher in tion. They are expecting good crops wound. Soon after he was bitten he preparation. The FrancoPrussianwar the rear are crowds of men in blouses says, bank where be does, ran. ..'. ,,

:j, 'prlou'thiuiny ever next season. These 'gentlemen are .went to another part of his farm and like,the present war, arose almost singing the 'Marseillaise/ the equally the estate as he wants. But you <'

i'*) ,Oseeola eountf.-Times-Umon. '. intending to experiment with different I. found his son, 'who drove in great; out of a clear sky and with only popular 'Mourir pour la Pa-

|, 'j.;.Littleton is in the city today fruit capable of being produced in this haste in his automobile and brought; \ the flimsiest excuse, though im this trie,' while the stream of loungerson are "scot free" if you get JOur Ji 1

]1 with a boat. load of white scuppernong : country and on the 'Glade lands.. his father to the city, but the poison war France is a belligerent because the foot pavement of the boulevards bond from ;
'" nad\ been at work so long that the of treaty obligations rather than ,
"ftapes that were produced on his Fort Lauderdale Sentinel by are every now and then swept

!l/ffarm' atVie head of Hancock creek, .physicians were unable to overcome reason of any offense, real or fancied, aside by parties.of young men with ? t

'epposite this city on the north side One of the first tarpon captured in : its deadly effects. Mr. Stone was given by Germany. arms linked together or waving their :

,;ejf the Caloosahatchee. Mr ,Littleton local waters in many years was the quite well off financially, owning con The Franco-Prussian war was caused sticks over their heads, and shouting J R. DAVIS & GO

-'.\hu four vines of this variety of grape, seventy-five pound beauty brought in siderable real estate in Jacksonville, ostensibly by the candidacy of 'Marchons/ 'Marchons/ the top ,, ..

"'which'produce heavy crops annually, by RaIl Hellier yesterday after a besides hi*? fine farm'and grove nearMaitland. Prince Leopold of Hohenzollern for of their voices. t M

''U.crop last seaSon netting him upwards strenuous fight in the surf off North the tHrone of Spain, then vacant. "The Parisians, however, are already Agents, }i

of $50,the grapes being readilydisposed Beach point. While fishing for bass The growing of sugar cane in the As early is July 7, 1870, rumors of; tired of these senseless demon- .Starke, Florida. s

: .of in the local market-Fort Mr. Hellier discovered that he had Everglades of Florida will become a I impending strife between the two nations strations and have come to regard .
,'''Myers Press. something more than a bass on when I i were afloat in Paris. The can- them with complete indifference. It
(tailed States and
profitable industryin the opinion o:/, Fidelity
the struck the bait and I didacy of the Prince backed by Prus- !
tarpon zipped V. H. Helm president of the Everglade is not.so with regard to the passageof ;i I
.
The 236 first t ?
cabin passengers out over the crests of the waves. It I. sia, was greeted with strong opposition the military through the streets en .
aboard the steamer Lena e, Clyde line Sugar and Land Company, own Guarantee j
'which arrived in Jacksonville from was a long fight and a hard one. Mr. ers of, the famous Davie farm andothers in Paris. The French newspapers route to the Strasburg Railway sta Company., r,:
Hellier has for long time for urged the government to .
a hoped who have conducted successful opposeit tion. They are invariably saluted
.New 'York, experienced some real the opportunity to come to land a'silver with all the vigor necessary. with cheers, to which they reply with
experiments in the cultivation the
'thriHi: last Friday morning when the and realizing his chance had The French minister the Due de A Time To
f steamer'was'held the BritishcriIiii king cane, now that the war in Europe has < shouts of 'Vive Ia France and 'a Ber Economize ,
up by he did his best at the reel Gramont, speaking from the tribuneof "
come, play lin. .
}: Essex forty miles off CapeJIattiria not only prevented the importation of: MAKE :YOUR OWN !
ing the scrappy fish back and ,forth. the Corps Legislatifs, offered to On July 28 the emperor and prince
but will undoubtedly diminish }
c a
and boarded two officersthe sugar
i ;r war ship, who by were' sent ,to Finally it got tired and he, brought it the yield. It is even believed that th Prussia the alternative of war of the imperial, in full uniform, left Paris ,_ -. ; PAINT ._' :.":'
l ashore. He then landed'six fine bass,I Prussian candidate were not with- [t was reported that he was going to '
beet and cane in SAVE'
tlfabUaJ the sugar sugar crops 10U \\111
: Lenape'a identity,, -
drawn. "We do not believe that
ranging in ,size from thirty-five re- He
Strasburg. sent a farewell mes
f abiooilty and destination. European countries may be dispoilet 56 ds FUt 6 I1.t
down. St Record.I spect for the rights of a neighboring 'III
pounds Augustine
: "< and that no sugar will be produced in sage to the commandment of the na- 1

J fartta here Tuesday from Alachua A. S. Gilbert sent to the Gazette I Russia, Ac stria, France and Germany, people. oblige us to suffer foreign tional guard on the Seine, in which THIS IS HOW\1' !

-.Jatatad l that'the. ginneries at that place office this week the largest beet growers and beet power by placing a prince upon the he commisisoned the national guard \' I.' Buy 4 g ls. .. M.seam. ; 1
some samples of ,.
:i)lave begun operations and that nearly: broom corn, which is being I j I sugar makers in the world,'for a yea throne of Charles V," the Due 'de to watch over the security of the em- ,Mixed! Real Paint .1e,4q J j'j'
And3gsls.LinseedOiir
(7-t hundred bales of short cotton have grown I Gramont declared, "to disturb the European press. It developed that it was to
around his store. Mr. Gilbert planted 1 or more to come.' Sugar can be successfully to mix with U 143' :.t
.t.|.beartaned out' But'' few bales ofjgBea in the Everglades equilibrium to our'disadvan- Metz that the French emperor and 1i'F
the grown say '
and is
corn as an experiment rodlo.ao
very
tage. We entertain the firm tha Ma11es7gulaPaiat .:
,Island cotton have been ginned, much gratified that it has done those who have practical experience in hope the prince'imperial were going paad *
... staple itf coming in rapidly well The heads so those lines, and in their opinion fortunes this, win not happen. To prevent i it not to Strasburg. The latter city had It's only $1.54 per gaL; ,
are fully
*>aad it I U twenty- we count upon the wisdom of the Ger been in state of Tie '
expected: that'the gins will await those farmers who will placed a complete de L a M. SEMI-MIXED }
six inches in length and of excellent REAL PAINT(
are Is PURE I I
WHITE
>U operated steadily within the next extend their operations to the 'cultivation man nation and the friendship of the fense. France realized that it must ZINC sad UNSEED OIL-the best fauma LEAD. i '>J" ,
*Isis 'dI,... More short! cotton .was quality. E. A. Gilbert, a brotherof of cane.-Miami Metro people of Spain; but in the contrary be through w the province of Alsace- palest materials) lor 1M 7...... ,,
A. S., planted a number of small I I I sugar Use a rat cot of any you bar and If i
pot the
planted in.the northern part of the : polis. event, with your support and the support Lorraine that the tide of war would best paint made,tbta return the paint and get -t !
of broom .
'CIIII tJ than the patches corn on what is of the nation, shall know all your money back.REMEMBEBthis. .
ever before, and yield we sweep either into France or Germany. ;;
.tf' M to be known as the, Rotunda farm, and expects I I Hens how to do without hesitation Paint is the same '.
a pxxk-Gainegville Skt'ott an. are erratic birds at best bu our duty The French resolved to strike the first .
.J a fair crop. He has put in the as Painter's make,if they use pore White, i'
in our opinion Mr. Roy Shacklett hasa or weakness. blow and I
on Saturday, July 30, made Lead and Linseed Oil-only mixed bband. / 'fi
and is
v Myers dispatch says: The necessary machinery makings a hen that would capture all the blue The Due's ultimatum was greeted an attack on Saaarbuck( which was The L.&M.is thoroughly mixed ": :J
;*wrt er,dry election in Lee few brooms., Broom corn is quite a .
county '
with powerful machinery into s
feathers enthusiasm.
at any freak show.About The martial spirit really in the nature of a reconaia- -pate
VH today with valuable and but little -80 as to be easily made I
heavy vote polled crop requires ready for use. <
a month ago the household cat select-j of the French people was reflectedn in sance to feel the strength of the
,and, watt{ the drys winning by a bigajerity care. It is claimed that the grainmakes enemy DeWITT C. JONES 1-
ed one of a row of hens' nests i the newspapers. The old hatred be and let themselves be driven hack '
the total vote being: Wet, excellent chicken feed, so that which to bring up a quartet of perfectly -I tween France and Germany was'a p- by the Prussians. STARKE .FLORIDA946t ij 1
Ml.
dry, 638. Those precincts heard none of the growth is wasted, and '
new kitties. All went well for patently ready to burst out in the It was on Tuesday at 11 o'clock in \ 1 .:;:!
ton, tonight give the following the corn is worth$160 a ton to the ,
about three weeks, when an old hen flames of war at any moment. Just the forenoon 'that 'the real attack 'j
&::.f enaud 'wet 1 manufacturer of brooms. From ( on :
31 Es- to 1
dry, ; one I I
stalked into the enclosure and ,,proceeded then the Prince of Hohenzollern with; the Prussian city began, the first real
vtee, wet 1; dry 48; Fort Myers, wett two tons can be grown on the ( ""-1. ,1.
to look for a nice place to set drew his candidacy' and the war battle of the war. General Froissard
,W, dry ?23; Alva, wet,I, dry 512; Kissimmee Valley Gazette. acre'-I I ;
Ubefle, 4 She was a cheat There were no eggs clouds began to roll away. Yet the led his division to the attack under M E'N'J: '
wt dry 23 Woodrow
wet
p W ; It would seem that the effects o f f'to justify the operation, but she di French government was not satisfied.I the eyes of the Emperor and the I .
r7 lona 6 I
; wet dry 3 Buckin !
i bier, vet 3, ,dry 21 Bonita; g war are bound to catch Florida "com.1 I I covered a nest full of soft, warm, The cry "France to the Rhine," was I Prince imperial. The town was bombarded Don't watt until dbUM l j ."'.!j
; Springs, ing and I wiggly, beautiful things which took heard again in the streets of Paris from the dlwHTmnim Important i
1
,a! *..dry 7. All precincts have not going. First of all, it has{;r neighboring hills and Ttwa- .. ..
it; $<>boa heard from, but will not stopped the shipping of phosphate and['her fancy and suggested a good way and military and naval preparationsfor' two hours later the Prussian advance 11ft.sands wracked.f roes .have the I l'

}Ott the vote., The drys are happy naval stores, and secondly, it has put a to provide herself with a brood and I war were rushed at the government post carried at'the point of the bayonet -J and rock aeilect.t of .Icu _. .' -.:. 'I i
to the still save her the usual long wait ship yards, arsenals and military : The French t '
iva the stop importation of potash. artillery fire
was
;i outcome.of the election. t
This By gentle croonings and caressingsshe ,posts. The'city of resumed and .4 I
'f..t will make it very bad for the potato -> Strasburg, the Prussians driven : 606" ,
'i food. catch of red snapperst4t'epotted was growers, as potash is the main managed to Win the effections of right on the borderland between the from the town. Between 10,000 and '. j

-upon' the Jetum to port of element in the fertilizers prepared for these four kitties. When a few min-i two nations was on the qui vive. Th 20,000 Prussians were engaged in the curable cn of Absolute contracted n,dlceatea... la all I,
ttte fitting smack utes later the mother cat returned struggle between the nations had action I treat Weakaen of )Les. Aaiijrele. -*- J
Favorite yesterday, the crop. It was hard enough before tld long, according.to contemporary ref Blood Poinon, Pile and all I'tL-; ,!
; total of 15,000 pounds having beenThis for growers to pay the prices asked I!I hen declared war and obstinately been regarded as inevitable, and i i ports. VIO-DISEASES without the knife.Including" BUTl'EE. ,' :1 :'.I

t Rteporhd. was especially good, for fertilizers, and now it will be the fort The frantic mother cat was the general opinion in Europe I Napoleon sent the glad news to his without I give cutting 606 directly or. deteoliua Into the blood from l_ J

,; 'as;stated. because of the comps r- either prices boosted sky-high, or none hung upon shelf over the nest andwaited that theN would be war in spite o i empress in the following telegram: bniiaeu.Noun, .9 a. m. to 6p. .' 'j

3 idy mD' vessel for 'i1* deep'sea to be had. But there is always someway long fora temporary abdiea- the withdrawal of the Prussia "Louis has just received his bap- Correspondence. solicited.m. '. 1"1 I

t during the past few days. out of the hole, and it may cation of the fort by the usurper.For prince's candidacy.I tism of fire. He showed admirable Dr. Geo. L. Dlckerson (J. I

f, k t 5 et consignment of 2,200 pounds that the lands which have so beg I I I a few days the kittens fared ba I The pretext of war was not far to courage,and was not at all affected. 111 WEST FORSYTH STREET: !!

.-t s'> denappers which was receivedJUt.erday been given over to potato crops will ly, despite their two mothers, until find. The King of Prussia refused t o A division under command of General JACKSONVILLE(Near"Heard, .bank.Bldj.J .x tD-

si6nt this consignment hav- be planted into something which will :Mr. Shacklett discovered their plightand announce that he would forbid the Froissard has captured the heights FLORIDA. 4

'bee+r'ya arrived aboard the Leda, an oy s- yield a much better return. In the came to the rescue. The hen candidacy of the young prince for all 1 which overlook the left bank at Saar- :

,boat, but which made a search for language of the little red card now showed no disposition to give up, and future time and this'was taken a S brook The Prussians made but' a

j:'14 aitpper catch with much show being jealously circulated by the when the cat would steal the kitties reason for renewing talk of hostility short resistance. We were in the front H. C. RICHARD & I I6eneral

j WM. The Leda is a compa Gainesville Board of Trade, "Cheerup. and place them in another nest she On July 20 the Duc de Gramont anrat -. ranks but the bullets and cannon balls

\ small vessel for ahe' deep seas .".Gainesville Sun. would walk over, chase the cat o noun ed that a state of war'existed, fell at our feet. Louis has kept a bur

'-" -.t",. .=. ,Pensacola Journal. and take possession of the.new home. between Prussia and France. let which fell close to him. Some of Insurance it.no :
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%'l t. the banana _i Capt. J. F. Menge and Dr. W. R. The hen was very proud of her foster The French correspondent of the nlastratwd the soldiers wept at seing him s I
.:J will in the near Wrinkler arrived.in the city Tuesday children and crooned to hem --.--. i
become softly London News for July 2was 3. calm. We have only lost one officer
*'*- .the Everglades an is important Predict from Estero island, and on the way until hungry time came, when she 1870, draws a graphic pen picture o f and ten men killed. Napoleon."-Savannah I represent none but FIRST-OLA><8
"? demonstrated
4 "-B-p. Crim & Son on their 'Glade land by to the city as they were entering the a little inclined to scold at their persistent the state of.Paris just before the outbreak News. companies, and will N constantly on the r
mouth of
l .f the Caloosahatchee, they ran and and I
annoying wriggling of hostilities. So far as Paris
i f are setting an example. that into alert to promote your intern Gntrnte -
will
bunch
> : I a of five manatees or sea she would let "
e Ih crying. Ordinarily ,is corccrned, he wrote, "tile war
< a followed maybe 6.66 i
U 1- by others, They have cows, which they state must have been No. coortfouii treatment tn all i .jtone to work them climb all over her, even to the said to be popular. The Senaand to
: systematically to devel- very old fish, as' they covered A well written policy hr a fir* -cli*;
were extent of stretching her neck flat
went on Sunday to St Clod to offer This U
J: ;JJ*.banana plantation, and the with a prescription prepared especially \ ,
barnacles
:ttJ,,," made is far pros and moss, which gave sadly rumpling her collar. The kitties its congratulations to the Emperor a t for MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER.. Rent to a firrt-cliu: company ome- }

,'}'l: Pted. ; the growth greater has been than they' ex- the appearance at first notice that on the other hand were perfectlycontetn ] the decision that had t<>en arrived .a t Fire or six dotes will break any cue, and ofmf'1 m<>an,* much 10 case of.lew. by ann
wonderf.Jn the boat was if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not jI
.running into an oyster and happy till toward meal and to express its devotion to his .
:the last oe r- It the liver
; ,.ts: seven months; the 'rock'or. bar. Capt. Menge says the,I time.-DoLand News. J{I son and ,dynasty. Every evening the return.Calomel and acts does on not gripe or better ticket I I B. C, RICHARD, ?, Starke. Ha.\ 'L

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Cmty J Tetepih STEP iff RIGHTJjiREdTJON. MISSIONARY'' UNION I .. L/JKE BUTLER.We = ;

q, ,.. .. ... + '.:;;;..:.: / -- Oft '- -' I,, ,NOTICE OF TAX :SALE

A I 'With the.problem of ,holding the The Woman's Missionary.Union!2 of 'are -
t 7" If pleased to see Dr. King out Notice ie here br given that the ''',
foal deactbed
LoDDisiut Plume fo1loWtllg
; and cotton in \ of settlement Sante Fe Association met with 'Eden around propertj will b"lOld at yRbua
,- excess; ;process and again. The doctor has a on the 4fth'day of October.1914.in the of
: county Bradford
.. ""'" :Nwlber. _-'r'41" "' ; the.attentionsoj! 'the people of Baptist! church Saturday,"August.29. large practice and being .busy in all of as will be :nee s8ary to pay the amount due for twee herein,State let ot.opposite'Florlda'bt sa'n; <'
to
\. -- .I the-.south,' and"particularly 'of"the :The meeting was,called to order by weathers and taU hours, he;was too rdther-wUhcOit. otsuch' uwaad.dertIsiae.: .,'-_ '_ : 1h.<(

<' .: I'Pnblisked weekly, and entered 'as southern'farmers" should turn"to ,the Mrs. Miller Associational Superinten self-forgetful and, onse4 entiy" 'fell <

.: 'r econd flails/matter at the posoffice problem next: in magntude-that.! ,,of de nt. v into'a,-seriouS'.illnes6. V

,. ',, "at" Starke, Florida. raising::enough .to'eat for the coming ,As 'a Scripture lesson\ Mrs. Miller The',little people 'had. lots, of ,fun 'to

t ). year- read I Cor.: 11 and led in prayer. bathing( in the Silver Run canal, mothers -- OWNER ... r=

\ ', E. S. Matthews, Editor, and,Owner Forseeing the hardships' .that the The secretary.being absent Mrs. sitting on the bank watching the DescrfpLion_cf Laid hJ BD.

;t ;, .iP; ; E. ,Robbins, ... Associate Editor. south will suffer ,from decreased demand Chamberlain, of the Melrose society, tots at their sport. V '. ..!...

,r }. and Business Manager of cotton and a lower price was'asked to 'act as secretary. ..Miss :)
It is rumored that of most rtJ
; than in years unless-every farm is Myrtle ,Saunders was appointed 'press one our

Frid September .4th 1914. made self-sustaining, the Georgia reporter / prominent citizens is going to builda 'W- Hancock ,._ _-Wt4: of
y ,
SEV and SW _
-i. ___ __ ____ Chamber' of Commerce calling the bathingplace, obtaining'the waterfrom Unknown____ -Wfc of NW _-_,. I i87-
t. Minutes, of previous meeting w reread # __
J. W. Townsend _.,.._._ 2 I 19 "
0> a by-run from the canaL' The --N* or SW ... .
Southeastern Food Conference ... !% '
Crops and approved; This was followed Unknown -_---.. S ly of ------as I
NEVi
still rules the 'waves.y' canal water has of SEt and SV-. of\U '
Brittania itself clean.
; to meet in Atlanta on' October 5 and run We of EI',; of 5or
SEA of
I by roll call, the following, ladies SWU and WS} of SE%
.
-. hope this is so, as it would be boon SW%
a
V
I ft. .. Unknown -l! 6
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answering: T Lot 38 in
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'1':". : Are the.forts at Liege andNamur;, .The commissioner of agriculture of to the young people of Lake: Butler. Henry Moore r --Lot.43 in East Wondlawn Lawtey '_]J 6. V
i Gainesville, Mrs. W. E: Millican; John D. and P. L. 1 VV
Gaskins
-All
that "
still holding ? The fractional part of fractionlSTot
put young people, of Lake Butler
will invite the commissionersof
,M Georgia Hampton, Mis.Hawthorrs, one of section 4. township '1 S R 21 lying <'
treated themselves to chicken pillauon 'north and west of
: of the southeastern cot- Sampson river;bt-gtaninr'
agriculture Chamber-
M Weeks Melrose Mrs.
: This is the month with an R 'in it, rs. ; at a point north of section line 440 ysrda
l Monday night, They met at theMethodist'
:the ton states to appoint delegates. ::The lain, Mrs Tolray Mrs. L. Price; Or. ., west from Sampson lake and run north .
)I 'first oyster months; : pa onage, where they enjoyed 440 yards thence east to said lake thence
of thiS'conference is to jsouth
; '. *- purpose prepare tinge Heights Mrs. W. A. .Paulson; themselves on lake front and said river front to
Y at
plans by which state-wide games, conversations land of Arthur Johns thence north V .
organizations to NE
V Waldo Mrs. Beach and Mrs. Paschall. -
,
M t ';, .V 'It is better to pay as you go, even ; etc. They then adjourned to V corner of NE& of NW% of said section 4.
will be formed
: to pledgethe thence west to
point of ___
r ::: though you cannot go so far farmers of each county to raise! We were indeed that Alachua the bank of.,the hike, where they en C. C. McLean --WK of block I south of beginnfnr range \ west 4 1 +,
.
sorry in Temple's sob division '
joyed their chicken and rice.: 'The --ziSE& 'y3 ids
1:
f Uncle Sam is, watching the 'European enough foodstuffs for their needs and Hague and La Crosse were not represented N. P. Cauthan, of SEV4 and NE% of SEX.except ,
names of those present were Misses aix acres in SE corner ---U ,
if possible, a surplus to sell and to i.nk'i4
,
war from a.safe distance. and were glad to have withus Edna B. M., DOWLING.'Tax
."" rive..farmers in carrying out Epperson, Thelma Younger, -
encourage
.. Mrs. Lane now of Palatka, but el:
r The principal objection to the deadbeat the plan.: Nelly Logan, Lois. Younger, Susie
staunch'member of the ,
.. t' is that he is not dead. The Georgia Chamber of Commerce formerly Melrose society.a Scarborough, Clara Stewart, Elva ....................i................ ...... F,

V has been engaged f months in Douglass'Thelma, Schell, Sarah Rivers <
a Each society represented good
f Florida's greatest assets are her gave and Lois Kelly; Messrs.'Bob Riv
campaign for,the production of more reports of their work.:: Stark
fertile and climate. Business Firms
soil incomparable Progressive In
Rivers DeWitt
? foodstuffs arid feedstuffs in Georgia. Several question. asked by Waldo 'ers, Percy, McGill, Lu.cian -

II 4 Wh&t'has become of the hard-sur At this conference the work of organ society were discussed and Mrs, Scarborough, Fritz Townsend, .

faced road from Starke to Kingsley izing Georgia will be perfected, and Beach, of Waldo read a,paper entitled Kinney Townsend, Jesse Cobb, David Readers of the Telegraph will find it they
Pettit Bob to
lake! the delegates from neighboring states "Universal Peace Through Christ Padgett, Dr. Lee, E. L.

'". Will prepare plans for systematicwork and the Treasuryship of training." Greene, Elsworth Harper and MaLcolm : advantage to trade with the firms 'represented .. L
Florida needs many things but she Reiherd. They were chaperoned
in their states to be initiated
own this
Mrs. Millican, of Gainesville, read in directory.
needs nothing worse than compulsory on their return home. by Mrs. H. Logan.
excellent entitled "The Missionary
an paper -
education.
Only by energetic and comprehensive Society in the Country." The school will open on the mom ..........................N ,
5 ing of the 18th. We are pleased to
V f ..' Some of 'the headliners ought to efforts can the south be prevented ,Mrs. Paulson of Orange Heightsead know that the greater portion of the ........................... MMMMH r
from feeling much of the privation >
instructive M. .
The-W.
writ te an paper old teachers will be back again. ,
headlines for it usually incident to an actual state I U. and What it Stands For.'? have They REAL ESTATE. 0 FURNITURE

r of war, but it is confidently believed:. Mrs. Miller in brief talk given splendid satisfaction and .
The school for grave diggers in that the result of this conference sail the ladies to wake a up to their urged duty the them.Butler. people. will be glad to- see< .....++.................. N N

(- Brussels can guarantee positions to be increase of foodstuffs and feed and to attend the meetings of'.their
\., its graduates now. One of our teachers has .
stuffs in ,the south that will preventall home societies, of the union meetings gone the
.. way of all right thinking COMER L. PEEK e FURNITURE
? actual want and probably turn the young women -
'. The man wh6 gets everything he and especially urged each society to 0 {
she married. V ,,
wants will sooner or later get a few threatened Gainesville disaster into a blessing. be'well represented at the Associa Mrs. Overstreet got who was We refer teacherof to Florida Real .Estate, Land and e and almost anything else j
Sun.
things he does, not wantGermany tion which meets at Hawthorn in Oc a 0 mightwant = w
S .-- exceptional ability.Old Timber Expert. .
-- lobar.e .
; m '. is wise in exacting- indem- G. W. Adams is publishing th teachers coming back: Professor i 'SSTOPEr
Dismissed by Mrs: Miller.' S3 years Experience at Starke.Leah
ities'now. Maybe she won't be in a truth; about Florida in an excellent paper MYRTLE SANDERS, Draper Miss Mary Reiherd, Miss .

position to do it later on. called the Truth at Zolfo Springs. Press Graham Miss HarreU and Miss
( .. If[ the initial letters in his ,name Report, Reiherd. rV
If the German armies < The new teachers are Miss ......................MM .
can keep stand for Gearge Washington thereis V.r '
up Miss
Bradley, Smith, and Miss Ruth 4 .' .
the pace they will reach Paris in less something in a.name.. after all COFFEE BRANCH. Page. Miss Page graduated from DRY GOODS. DENTISTS-

time than.it took in 1870. the Lake Butler \ ,
A gentleman informed us the other (Delayed from last week.) High School two .......Mf................ NN NNN }

; t ". Governor TrammeU offers good ad day that_although Cole Blease coveted A quiet wedding took place at .the years ago and taught last term at ,

: vice to Floridafarmers in ai notice home of Mrs. G. C. last Sun Sampson City. Two vacancies are V ,V
the honor of wearing the.senatorial Kersey 1 $ .
," in another column of this paper.:. toga he didn't need the( job nor' ts day afternoon at three o'clock when yet to be filled'The J. W. MORGAN e DR. U. G: TURNEB .'

her niece Miss Leila Norman gin whistles are now heard and e e DENTIST .c-
emoluments because he had was
made a .
According to
the Zolfo Headquarters for .
Springs. the sound of
.<' Truth large crops of babies as well as I fortune' by selling 'pardons to con united in marriage to,Mr. Oran Green, write. ginning reaches us as we Ladies Ready.to-Wear Goods, > ee .'Edward*' Buildu ,

other. victs. Rev. G. R. Laramors officiating. We Extensive alterations and re- Dry Goods,' Notions, Etc.YOU e Upstairs-over Post Qe'N
crops are grown in that neck of '
pairs have been made the operated .
on gin
V: I .the' : wish.them much success. ji?
woods.
"I by Mr. L. A. Duncan and Mr. ....... ..... ......
4V e am tired and sick'of war.. Its Mr. Mack Norman was visiting his

VV j Senator; Bryan will be wise 'if he glory is all moonshine. It is'only sister, Mrs. Ella Howell, 'of Gainesville Frank Rivers. Yards of.steam pipe; .

accepts a permanent job as'a federal hose who have neither fired shot nor last Saturday and Sunday.,, and walrus hide 'rollers have been .

judge instead of playing the political. I heard the shrieks and groans of the Mr. Lacy Moore, of.Wauehula. where I keeping the employees of Mr. Rivers' / -

game any longer. wounded who cry aloud for more last week, visiting relatives'and shop busy. .' .1'

0" The-name'' blood, more vengeance, more desola friends. He returned home last Saturday Rev. Dr. Bigham preached a mas DO NEED ONE
of,
General Sherman
," is I tion. War is heU.-General Sherman. night. terly sermon in the Methodist church
i
IMJ mentioned more frequently than the Mr. Henry Norman and, wife, of on Sunday morning. The subject was, '

t name the European of any commander'engaged' irr German'sympathizers have their Wateroak, attended church at Rising "The Institutions of the Church." The MOWING. MACHINE. RAKE. HAY
war.Teddy
\ opinions and prejudices concerningthe last Sunday.. infant children, Mr. and Mrs H. J.

I Roosevelt and Bill )jSulzer' European war and they have a Mr. Robert Norman has been visiting Stewart and Mr. and Mrs. L.,A. Duncan PRESS STALK CUTTER.

have gotten into the same class.- right to think and feel as they please his sister, Mrs. J. D. Moore; o f 'were'baptized by the presiding

-' : Tunes-Union. They have always.been in the matter. ''People of English andFrench' Fort Myers;' He returned home last elder. HARROW? ; ;.
}
,'j ia the same class. descent 'also have a right to Sunday.Mr. Rev. H. Logan will preach at New 1 RM1a

a __S their opinions and sympathies. Julius Norman attended ser> Zion at eleven o'clock Sunday mornIng DEWITT 1 C.

;L. .The Times-Union says Oscar Un vices at the church at Swift Creek and at Lake Butler at 7:30 in the JONLUMBE

,derwood may be president next timeif If the- 'war news does not suit you, last Sunday. evening. HARDWARE "".

I he wishes. ,Not if Woodrow Wilson don't complain that the newspapersare Mr. A. L. Jackson and two children, A splendid lot of fire extinguishers ,..

a + wants\the job. not giving you a square ideal The Olive Ray and 'Joel, ,of Plant City, have been purchased by the city to

The- bbrighhtt man.of-the-WashingtonPost newspapers are furnishing the news are visiting here for a few days. fight fire. Two of three of these saved rit.

as receive it from the the Methodist
t V writes they news gath parsonage a few
: "Europe's '
daily '
d .. wonder it my boundary lines query: ering agencies. They have to take it Read the Telegraph-$1.80 a year. months ago. But. in case of fire, .

r' straight this morning." ,are on as it comes and so will you. where is the key of the door? One Ou Watch ua ckck Repairiuc>

!_' 5 i i A Smoke Puzzle. key should be held by the'marshal L- Will more than please <
.
,; > We hare heard of no sunstrokes in A war correspondent writes from "One day on approaching our fac and another by the night marshal and 1F :you. Estimates given i

Florida this summer,but many casesof Trieste that'a few nights ago the Tory; writes an American engineer in one'or two in the buildings adjoining 'V cheerfully. Prompt,ser ;l

V shadestroke have come under our Austrian fleet engaged in a violent Cuba. "I noticed, a great cloud of the hall so that in 'case of firethere W vice.* Pay Parcel PortO

V personal observation.Napoleon combat lasting six hours with an smoke oily and black, railing out ofthe" would be no-time lost in getting at Caarsa .e War.

r ;. I' imaginary fleet::! This is one of the chimneys and blotting out the surrounding them.A JEWELRY DIAMONDS

t predicted that within 100 ,few battles on record in which the landscape. I went to tht- German traveler was holding flOYELTIES l

V 'years Europe would be either all Cos- Austrians 'were not defeated. boiler food dressing room and down gave. for.the allowing firemen BO a I forth on the virtue ,of "Der DeaFaderiandt ,.1 R. J. RILES f

t ;. ..- ack or all republican, but it is ,T much smoke to escape telling them tt ," "Hock der Kaiser," and .p.? lae eaTIDe.'Fla.

i ,. safe to say that it will not be either. The cartoonist of the Stands y was throwing money away and that if "Dormer und Blitzen," but he made no

4 : --a- Blade has drawn a 'river of blood in they could not fir better I would hav impression on his stoical hearers. -.

w 1 j Germany in finding seems the to be having trouble which the warring nations are wallowing to discharge them."I Mrs. Younger and her daughter, CHRISTIAN CHURCHES profit than they did durinf&-|
to Paris.
< way She and inviting the neutral na thought no more of It till the next Esther are visiting in Eustis. and Sunday; The large numb 3
ought to have blazed the trail when&he morning when on entering the eagleroom HOLD CONVENTIONContinued
tions on the bank to come in and Telling Mrs. H Logan and her daughter visitors were well cared for. i
;'V went there in 1870. I found the chief mechanic jab fceDent.
them that the blood is fine.. lant over some joke. He told me that Nelly are visiting hed sister at Wall ( From Page One.) times and the program was '

: The Ocala Banner says Cple Blease The Tampa Tribune. says the poem the chief fireman, a negro, had come to Springs near Tarpon Springs by Ernest House .and the congrega-V The finest Cbristisiit qi- |

: ') win soon be' a statesman out of a job. entitled "Liege" by William him with tears in his eyes and had Mr. Fletcher, our' druggist and tion was led.in prayer by Elder 0. F. prevailed and the convention |

a '-. He will soon be out of a job, but' he is the worst war that has yet nacid; 'Mr. D. Bays that we must not Mrs. Wm. Johnson were the latestvictims McHargue. Mr. Lamb then rendered er dragging or dull The social _i

J will never be a statesman. poem let the smoke g& out the chimney; I If of. the mumps, but we are a solo which excelled all the other of the gathering in and outside- J-
appeared. We want to call the attention
do he will discharge us. Now. if the
we be
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It pleased to see them out again. church building was most _
he had done
efficient
of our contemporary to the latest smoke cannot out of the chimney singing throughout -
Emperor Francis Joseph'ought to KO .
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V Rev. S. ,S. Proctor .will preach at fully appreciated by StaJ
the Elder John of
of the laureate. where can we putltT -Power. day. Mullady,
poet
; have had the good grace to die before spasm the Baptist church Sunday morningand herself, and the local members Of*
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Hampton preached Sunday'night on
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he started the instead of i
war l deserved
well
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nightPREACHING
If Christmas Chritsian
no
toys are imported
Houses and two "
new '
"Light members -
_. \I starting: ----S and then dying. this year from Europe the dealers ...............,... were added to the local congre:. of;the praise received at the bar,' ,j 1

: Japan will drive Germany out of will have opportunity to dispose of + *+ SERVICES. : gation. The building was packed the visitors for the manner in

VS e China for the time being but if Germany the old toys they have been storing + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *. 'with people who,had come to hear the convention was managed< and|,
I Preaching services will he conducted
} is victorious in Europe Japan away year after year.. ++*++++++++++*+++** next Sunday athe Christian- Elder Mullady preach could not get guests cared for. -;|=

; will have to reckon with her later. inside the church at all.
t Germany could be put inside of WANTED-Man with family to workon church by Evangelist Ernest House, the immediate SOIL SURVEY OF BBAD-1

India is loyal to England spite Texas and enough room would be left farm for 'wages. Must have. the minister. The topic for his sermon Monday morning ISSU
results of the af- FORD COUNTY
tangible Saturday
of much talk to the contrary and has for Switzerland. This will not'be some'children large enough. to do at eleven o'clock Sunday morn-

volunteered to furnish'reinforcements true later on if Germany. is victorious good work. Give reference when ing will be "When We Preach,",and ternoon address by Mrs. Jackson were 'Oni.t
'. I secured when Mrs. Jackson conducted (Continued From Page |
to the British expeditionary army. in the war. applying. J .F. Bennett Lake But- at seven forty-five Sunday night vhe
of the ladies and tion.
i special meeting
ler, Fla. 8-28-tf. will preach ,on "Sin and Its Punish- '
1 The following words are flashed ',Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ment" organized a Christian Woman'sBoard Peat and muck are unfit for'C

# ; upon the screen at the Hopson Theatre with LOCAL ',APPLICATIONS arrive, FOR SALE-Missionary strawberry The Sunday school of the Christian of Missions among the Starke vation until drained. ?

every night: "Please check your cannot is reach a blood the or seat constitutional of the dlaeaae dtoeaae Catarrh .. ,plants, $2 per 1,000. Enoch Grif- church becoming quite a factor in women. There were fourteen char- The greatest' general requireajof

V'$,, .. quid of tobacco at, the ticket oMe "' order to cure It :you most take In fin, Lawtey.V 8.14fitWANTED.All the community. Classes for all ter members. Mrs. T. N.. Kendrick the soils in the'county v draffljj
-c- e.ternal aged '
remedies. Hairs Catarrh Cure if was elected president Mrs. F. H. After drainage the'applia n,M'M
'What has become of the old-fash taken Internally and act directly upon who have I persons have been maintained for '
the blood and mucous surfaces. flails persons Brooks, Vcie-President, Miss Addie correct the acid condition ofjsoil
several
; toned diseases, such as the bicycle Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It hay to bale to apply to G. M.Bennett months and the teachers have to.
was prescribed by: one of the beat phyddaai all become Baisden, Secretary and Mrs.,Thrower, is necessary.
heart the very much more than
t s ;I v automobile face, the moving ia this country; for :years and is Route'3, Starke Fla. 9-4-4t. or- Treasurer.It The development of intensiveI
., picture eye and the tango foot? a regular prescription. It Is composed of dinarily' proficient The two leading a8
y V ._' the boa tonics known combined with the SALE.-A few second-hand classes in the life of the church:are seems to be'the' universal opinion farming in the county offers' .

.' Germany is the most virile nation V i iy mucous best blood surfaces.purifiers,The acting perfect directly combina: on the .shovels axes, mattocks- and'tenteG. the Bible class for adults taught by that this was,the best county convention tive opportunities as the eliniaMy a

; tV -V in Europe and has the most powerful i ttoa daces of the two Ingredients is what pro- C. Livingston, Starke.. 9-4-4L S. Crews and the young ladies ever held by the Christian soils are admirably suited to thi.of ..
such wonderful results ia cnriaf
v,>' army,, but she will be pulled ,down catarrh. Send for testimonials tree. lass known ,u "The Loyal Daugh churches of Bradfold'COunty and that farming. and much of the land.

r ,like a, stag by wolves. The odds are V. J. CHENEY co.. Props.. Toledo, 0. FOR SALE Fall blood Jersey cow ten" taught by Miss Rosa the people; both of Starke and over adapted to trucking close to,
Bold by: Drngg>tfs. price 75c. and heifer Baisden. "
two calves
1'i4.t +; f 0 tee .1'It. .! L.iI t 'hak/Ball'a1f.IlyPlaasre' .osMfjatkF at a bargain.C. the county generally could not possibly points maybe, bad. at.reasonable

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There Win be no meeting"the'W. ... .. -. .

C.'T. U. next Monday afternoon.The f

.< time and place of. the next meetingwill .. ,- I.
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Bits of LocalInformation ( be,anonunced.later. '' <

f ', Have'JOU fellows seen f, those blue, U if' .. P1AWktU: ,% '' % Q i ilJ :*f t

+ serge'suits? If not,-you had better ,- : '_- ;.. 1 <
.
come down and see them.-$15.00 each.Hull's 7 # jQt't': :- ,

e.n 0.r ..... .n-u ... Department Store. r :: '
r.- "' .. C a sad. Tars, ,; Ifs.OIIC f t Wbb tba Rtturkrxo propidt' dtc futaa: :

Misses Marie Whitney and Con \ f 'fms artyou UW i \g!r old ago-areuou'puffin anytbinaG-\ : '

;.. I tent Hardee, of Femandina, will be I :sidt' -' hate you started_, ;put 'moneu'- n a.an... OiM.1 1fi-1WbJ' :
Is the guests of ,Mr and Mrs. L. A. Da- !\ 1 t-4 mer."T j'Qal
3r ; -s y good*. Leviton. Mrs. H. a Richard left Sunday for I J .'
vis ;
Jr., next week. ...
: .
'- the northern markets to buy her fall a lassotti f ih I--.n-l = toc'e_ .upJ4 at fe h o
ft [ judo and coco-col \Phpne 34. stock of millinery. \ \ "
,
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Owsley and -VJ.rjJot: Wins: "
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Messrs. J. J. Zeigler and Percy Cox, lYj _. I
Miss Eddie McManaman- Jack .
l -k 'is enjoying a'steady. andgrowth. of Theressa, attended the church convention -
..
"'r", sonville, is visiting'the.Misses. Bais- here.
:..r. den this week. .
al j :p( rs-. wire';at Hill's Depart1 ,. When you need a.nice" shirt goHall's to.] r

;; Mr. W. P. Pitts and 'family, of Jau 3
,'. & Store. Department Store. Neckties,I lrht.
: Hampton, attended) the Christian hose, or anything you need for your! ,
''t ilpadies'; slipper sale Satur- church convention here. .Snnday dress.. j : [

}ilW"Vat Stumps '
Mayor J. Allen and family, of Ladies-Th Wizard Triangle Polish

jJ.W.. :' Kea, of Ocala, was a vis- Hampton, attended the convention of mop. Housekeepers' friend. 'Spe- A game of baseball was scheduled I HORSE FEEDS 35 CENTS. '
to Starke Monday. the Christian churches here. cial price for next week only. DeWittC. to take place the local During the months of june,,July;
diamond
on Owing to the advance in ,
1 f. Jones, Hardware.,\ the priceof and August the majority of the busi-
,: 1L. Leviton was a visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Jason Grant, of Tuesday between Lawtey and the feedstuffs we will charge 35 cents ness men of Starke by ,agreement ,

;l 'riue Thursday. Hampton, attended the church convention Our feed is as good as the best, the, Starke Grays but it was postponedon for each horse feed on and after closed their stores every Thursday af- i

g-fr,;,.! 'i in Starke. prices are right also.' Try a sack of account of rain and will probably Monday,. September 7. ternoon in order to give their employees
;.i11!: machines, hay rakes, hay our Domino dry feed. Hull's De- be played next Tuesday. J. W. ANDREWS '& SON. a half-holiday. From now on the
,Jones'I Hardware. Mrs; T. J. Griffin and daughter, Miss
partment'Store. stores will be on Thursday after
open
;; ._Praitt, of Waldo, was in .Thelma, were. visitors to Jacksonville Mrs A. C. Mills has exchanged her The grocery store of Mr. H. H. Ben- noons.
1 Wednesday. Mrs. J. P. Cordory, remembered farm at Graham with Carter New- ton in Lincoln City was burned to ,

Ut-iE.' business Friday..y Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Redding, of here by many as Mrs. Effie' Kachel- so,for a farm of 120 acres two the ground between 12 and 1 o'clock Mr. A. P. Hoffman has organized .'

+ .Lang, of Lawtey, was aItftor'to Jacksonville, were the guests of Mr. hoffer, of Jacksonville, is visiting miles southeast of Starke. The lat- Monday morning. Mr. Benton was the Florida Produce Co. This, com .
: Starke Tuesday. relatives. ,and friends in Starke this, ter farm is said to contain some of awakened by the noise of the explosion will 'in
the and
i and Mrs. J. E. Patch this week. pany engage buying
ijSUMMER Have houseJones' week. the best strawberry land in this sec- of a can of gasoline, but the fire shipping of strawberries next season.
your
wr Major E.. Matthews and tion. *- had gained such headway that he
family
if '" Hardware. The 35 cent shirts advertise last was An order.has beenp laced with
K fiii I have ended their sojourn at Kingsley week are about sold out, only a few unable to save anything. The loss Mr. A. B..Rodney for 105 refrigerator
implements of all kinds at'1 1i lake and returned to town Tuesday., left.[ This is your opportunity to :prof. and Mrs. A.,D. Kean arrived was about $300 and no insurance.: Mr. boxes', which will be turned out as ,.
Store. supply ii Starke Tuesday, after spending the Benton suspects that the fire of
i was as the
4rr : yourself with shirts. Hull's Department soon necessary machinery and >
Mrs. R. H. Barbour, of Jacksonville -
; : summer at Thomson, Ga Prof. Keen incendiary origin. materials' arrive.
: Kennedy, of Jacksonville, I is visiting her parents, Mr. and I II Store. has been rested and invigorated by

!i i 1 friends* here Sunday. I Mrs. S. J. Sternberg.Mrs. Two ways to make'money:- his vacation and is'ready to take up Mesrs. Thomas' Cain and M. H. : Mr.George Baylor, of N
: Lxt4o;J. Phillips,"of..Enterprise, .' J. ,C. Robinson returned last Work for it or get a job in the his duties as principal of the Starke German, of Jacksonville,representing has bought the Fisher place, one and
from two weeks' visit with school with his usual energy. the Burroughs Adding Machine Co., one-half miles southwest '
: I a visitor to Starke Saturday. Friday a mint. One way of saving moneyis of. Starke,
her parents in Jasper. were in Starke this week and sold to and will locate here. Mr. Fisher l
pYn.; E. G. Ortegas and children to buy your laces and novel Are you irritable? Many peo- the Bradford County Bank an adding pay special attention to fruit farm'

,:;net' ..waiting.___relatives,in Tampa. Calico, oil prints and checked ties from lUrs' :B. B., Hopson.Mr. ple can trace 'their irritabilityto and subtracting machine that is used ing and market gardening. Mr. Bay -
kP: :;:
homespun for quilts 5c a in posting loose-leaf ledgers. This lor carefully investigated other parts''
de-Phone A. J. Finley and family have ill-fitting shoes. Ifyou: wear =
hJNin;?' 34. 8144t. yard at Stump's. moved to Starke from Fernandina. "Ye Old Tyme Comfort" shoes machine is a mechanical wonder and of the state before settling here and '
insures absolute accuracy if the oper- s -
this is the section
*; Mr. Finley was formerly a resident says best he has
t [r..J. K. ;Trnby, made a business Mrs. M.,K. McCook, of Gainesville,; here and showed his :good judgmentby you are guaranteed foot ease. ator understands his business. seen tOur

,!r tkip i to Jacksonville' Thursday.. was :.the guest of her ,mother, Mrs. ,returning. J, M. Alvarez ,
H .v. ?*' Sydboten, Thursday.Miss Our trimmer, Miss Grace Sutton milliner Miss Grace Sutton

t (;Jr.;w. M.'Gurner, of Graham,.at- For men who want some- Mr. C. A. Futch has placed his announcement will,arrive September 10th, of Atlanta, is now. in the-
:g...ed"he" .church convention here. Olive Ray spent the week-end
: t'r1fi'U.-: .' with.'MK and_Mrs D. R. Edwards at thing fashionable as well as as a candidate for the and we cordially invite the ladiesof northern markets buying and
\ L D. Johns, .Lake Butler, office of clerk of, the town of Starkein Starke
Kingsley,lake. comfortable our line of men's and Bradford countyto trimming our line of
tf4 pattern
Mr. _
the Telegraph this week.
in business .
lu& Starke r
1r. Saturday.via. high cut shoes will please. $3 meet her. She, highly hats.
]', :. HJIn. H. B. Weir, of Mrs. W. H..Porter is at home ofter Futch has no opposition on the ticket comes There is witchery in our M

'. jlhig_Mr,. aid Mrs B. W. Hodges, ;visiting;; relatives in' Sumpter, S. C.ywas ., to $5 at J. M. Alvarez and it'is a safe bet that he will suc- recommended wit{ an experience line of millinery and you must

iyi r- and Jacksonville, Flal: ceed himself in the office. of six .years. Mrs. B. B. watch our ads for our.fall an
oy'needs
yfHr.a.J. Halflbg of \Ocala, Your a new suit Hopson

f PSlkrke
: | l 1; A. S.'Crews-- made a bust. work shoes and boots at and most stylish Hne of boys' was yesterday.shaking Mr.hands Weeks with friends-here''is deputy Mr. C. G. Holalnd returned Monday The ,

}t :MM.trip to. Jacksonville. Tuesday.' J. M. Alvarez. \ clothing from $5 to $8 per suit clerk of Bradford county, his father, I from a business trip through the fiat and country uninteresting around to Starke people looks'who :
north. Mr. Holland
, 1.U..1" says.he is gladto
t:,tl erg dolts 666 will break any Hardware, tools, harness, screen ,at J. M. Alv rez. r CoL W. T. Weeks, having held the be 'home again because the more have always lived among.hill and

, esl,Ift"er.or-Ch I1J. Price 25c.Ia'tFsnnie wire, paints of all kind and colors at American fence. If quality and not office of clerk for half a genera on.- 1 he sees of other sections of the country mountains. -The landscape 'appears ;
rj1't;: :; : Gainesville Sun, August 28. monotonous.The
flat
:
Hull's Department Store. 1 the belle woods lands of
he
quantity counts, you will buy American ; likes this section
fiI! Wynn, of MountMrs. Bradford
in their
county wild state
fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. Bradford county certainly does look
v;Neck.is,visiting Amanda Jones. Fresh candies. Phone 34. 8-14-4L. Jeff Lee, colored, is in the county I are below par fro ma scenic stand -
Jones. j I good to anybody who has an inkling
i'rr t hearing for a
t': A jail awaiting a mur-jl point: However from '
$$5d Mrs B. B. Hopson were I Ice freezers Davis and of the prosperous future that is coming an agricultural
.
t cream water "It's the little touch of smartness derous assault upon Naney\ I standpoint they look'good to the -
:
irlsiieet_ to Jacksonville Wednesday. coolers and hammocks a colored girl. Lee slashed the Davis I
going
:;j.;t. that makes' the smart girl man who knows. Bradford county .

'C:i1 \>lirtl4;M.,Darby and.family, have below: cost Stump's.. smart," and it's nowhere so noticeable woman the right on the and right'shoulder stabbed the and girl on in II Mr. Frank Burnsed, of ,Raiford, lands are surprisingly fertile ;and are -

riaed 1 to town. from Kingsley lake. as in neckwear, so come arm spent Sunday here with his wife. Mr. adapted to.a.wide'range of er ps. For
:.Mrs. W. B. Ryals and Mr. hand. I
r i' son, farming purposes' :
: and see our innumerable designs an acre of level.
Burnsed the
J.-M. Alvarez tjias returned Thomas Ryals, spent the week-end I says state prison farm is r
: ;
bud is worth
than :t
-Mrs. B. B. Hopson. a hundred
1t 1'Id4,lisit to Hot Springs, Ark. with her daughter, Mrs. B. C. Willis.Mr. I An ice cream party was given Monday filling up with convicts who; are being acres of mountain more rocks \
,; We have fresh groceries coming in night at the home of Mr. and released by the lessees who haveno or or scenery. ,' --

Y"Tt11riChulea. ,Manure, of Ha n.iorb'on ( Charles F. Rivers, of Lake every day, give us a trial and be convinced Mrs. S. F. Morgan in honor, of Mrs. use for hem during the.presentdull 1

I''ifJ'; NlpI:th".n business Saturday. Butler, attended the convention of the that we-have as good"as thereis A. M. Guthrie and her daughter, Miss times in the phosphate and naval Mrs.. George A. Gardiner
r j -:- Christian churches here"Sunday. Ollie Guthrie, of Jacksonville. About stores businesses. chaperoned -
in Starke. Hull's
}w>'pjl, K.doaes (Jfifi wffl break any Department a party of young people to King.'i

I. .*lairfFever i 3fa'-. "' or- ChiUs. Price 25c., Misess Lucile and Mary, Morrow, of Store. I! 30 persons time were is reported.present and" an enjoyable A letter from'Mr. James E. Ells, of ley lake Tuesday afternoon for a picnic ,,

t r y ;' .J. and ginghams. at lA ton'L Tampa, are guests of Miss Doris When thirsty phone 34. 8-14-4t,: Norwalk, Conn., a loyal friend of the in honor of Miss Eva White, of i"

"& ..;fiu... "" ,,"J"- -. Scott Kingsley lake this week. Rev. George F. Scott, of Fort Myers, Telegraph, contains remittance of Jacksonville, who was guest.it the K I
.: ', ,Iit gad Mrs..'Turner and daughter' j The best line of ladies low shoes in is visiting relatives here this week. 1.50 and the information that business Gardiner home. ,,Mrs. Paul E. Cano-' '
<,-.t,; ... Embroideries, at Leviten's.Mrs town, satin, patent leather, gun metal in New England is not humming contributed, much to the enjoy'S
.t.
: ,
'f ....... ...&.:. 1'\-UC. and.Mrs. U. G. Tor- Rev. Scott took a prominent part in
' .r.&-';4".1- ,' ..... .. R. ,I..1 Fox and sister Miss and vici, in fact, any thing you might the 'recent wet and dry election in in some lines, tot is brisk enough in ment of the occasion,by her gracious .1'
,
'1t-t ;11.:$ Florence Davis of want in low shoes. Hull's DepartmentStore. Lee county and helped to roll up a others. Mr. Ells is 84 years of age hospitality. The invited guests were:
visited
'.IllC1rTin! l ? the.decks for fall Mr. and'Mrs. L. A.Leesburg Davis, Jr., Wed- handsome majority lor the dry sideofthe 'and hale and hearty. We hope he will Misses Eva White, Agnes Gardiner, j .
: round out a century. Clara Moitt, Alice Agin; Mabel Colley,
.. ;<<,.k, Eilh slip-ons. at $5, $7,50 nesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Williams, Mr. Question. Cleo Mitchell; Messrs. Charles and

and Mrs. Noah Hancock and Miss KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM It was, announced some, time ago Gus r
Beasley, George White, Rawson F
( -- When you are In town these Clara Williams, of Palatka, the that the Starke school would
were For home stores and all public build open Davis
Simmons
'iJitH.: Roy Rodney' Turner
1'J l 'Salay Ckancey; of Raleigh, hot days we' will serve you guests of Rev. J.' E. and Mrs. BlackSunday. ings. Requires no running water;eess- Monday, September 14, but the date and Clifford Chancey. :...
tpt in Starke with his fan- .
$& FREE ICE WATER.. J. M. Alvarez pool or sewer connection. Approved has been postponed until Monday, .
September 21, at which time it is beLAWFFEY. -:
?; Master Hollis Knight returned by Boards of Health. Costs less than .. :

Robert Ortegas, of Tampa,is home Friday from a visit with his cess pool,or sewerage systems For: lieved that the new' school building : s
'; tl eiiet.bls, .: aunt, Mrs. A., P. Hoff- Mr. D. Hicks and two sons, Dr. P. friend, J. E. Maines Jr. at Lake But sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup will be 'ready for use. While the Miss 'Lois Dinkins is'visiting'rela ,
!J-;.JItIL't D. Hicks and Mr. W. C. Hicks, of ler. He ply Co. work on the building is nearly all tives and friends in Hampton this .'
jE was accompanied by J. Eo,
\> Waldo, in Starke done ,
were on business there are so many little details week. ,
r.:-wiIue Haynes, of Vidalia Ga. who will spend some time as his An editor should not be expected to
Monday.
to be worked out that it will re Rev: W. T. Evans, of Belleview, is
f1' & .' :J r..:friend, Frank Lane, here guestMrs. know the names and residences of all quire some time. spending a few days in Lawtey this Y"
.' '' ;' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pedrick of
Oca-
."'/, ,,:':t -, X. la, are guests at the Commercial, Hotel S. L., Jackson, of Daytona, your uncles, aunts and cousins, even The following gentlemen fromStarke week. "

t.tltiet of it. Nice lace at Mr. Pedrick''is interested in the- state president of the Christian Worn: the if he should see them get on and off attended the ball game at Ocala Mrs T, J. Terry returned home the
an's Board of Missions I trains Tell us about it. It's news last Thursday between Ocala and first of, the week few
!8 a attended the from a days ;_
ytrdat Mrs. new to be here
i B. B. Hop- garage opened soon. that makes a newspaper, .and everyman the Starke
;. convention here Saturday and Sunday Grays: Merrs. R A. visit in High Springs. 1 "

w ;:':::}; '; Mr. A. B. Canova went to Lawtey and took a leading part in the woman and child can be asS0ciate Weeks, Willie Wainright J. E. Wilson Mrs. G. W. Brown and daughter, '. '

fi t'Ip\ .oil-just what you have been Monday to relieve Mr. Charles Din- program. editor if they only will. I 0. W; Alvarez, N. Sternberg,'B. Miss LouiebeDe, and little son, Clif.

Quigley Lumber 4: Supply kins, the Seaboard agent at that point, Charley Tom, a Chinese W.* Hodges, Leslie.Turner. Rodney ton, 'returned home last Saturday
''' ..' for a month. I Some barga ns.square edge sid laundry-I Turner, F. F, Stump, H. C. Waters', from a few weeks' stay in North'and
Gj'' of in Starke
'ifI man, Perry, was ;
/ ''i' "i!:::: ing $12 per M, ceiling at $8. A few Powell Carpenter, \Willio Baisden, South Carolina. -
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i"f url,10 proof gasoline, 2Oc a I Mr. W. G. Seals and family, of window screens at 10 cents each. and Tuesday hand looking for He a announced John Capo, Eb.' Finlayson Orville Miss Maber Reddish was a visitor J7- .
for laundry.
3ft'.n.. beat for your.auto. Hull's I Hampton, attended the convention of Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. a I Moitt and R. R. Prevatt. Two o'ther id Starke Monday. .
the outlook
i- E .... t-stare.. Christian churches Saturday and Sun- himself as well pleased.with automobile loads of r
rooters Rev.
loyal ,, Geo. F. Scott, a former'pastorof
> day. All grades of lumber, sash, doors, here and said he would return in
': :R Elate Stearns.has accepted a paints, ,And in, fact, everything for the course of a week or two and open I started for Ocala, but never reached the ,Methodist church here,. but ,

!..... as clerk in the Starke post- Mr. J. peer, Seaboard agent at building and improving your home, to up for business. {their destination on account. of accidents now of Fort .Myerswas .shaking.

..; .' Maxville, attended the convention ofChristian' be had at' the Quigley Lumber &: to the ears hands with his many friends here: on
::s.t Mr. J. S. Griner. of Brooklyn was Monday and Tuesday. '
h4Afew churches, Saturday and.Sun Supply. CoxThrough A few of the farmers around Starkeare .
more nice' cool house in Starke on business Tuesday. Mr. Miss Parker, from New River tta- "
_it ridiculously low prices day.Mr. the columns of this Grin r says the high cost of living is I making hay while the sun shines.All lion has been spending several days '

::,'. "::B.B8' Hopson's. W. H. Caldwell is, in Starke paper we will announce when we not bothering him at present. He has the farmers in this section ought here as, 'the guest of Miss Mabel, Red, "" .4
1'fi : do likewise. It is -
tL'A this week arranging the final detailsof will have a good supply of hog and hominy and a most surprising dish.
.. ,, ; ;Da'of our opening. Look for 'sight to visitors and .:
"Iii < Crandall visited the work on Starke's. new school |:other things on hand. newcomers Mrs. A. J. Lowery was a. visitor to i "
7.".".'..;." .,.:Kr. L :.A. Davis, Jr.. last house. our announcement, as we willtell :from the north and west' to see Flor Stark Tuesday. -
1 :" It you something good. !frs. .! Section Foreman J. W.,Johns was ids' farmers buying hay and grain in j
few
a';inJ"' 'l M. Miss Eva White, of Lawtey,'attended B.. B. ,Hopson. slightly injured in an accident Wednesday town: and hauling them home to feed the Quite.a week-endparty..Joung at people Kingsley enjoyed lakeThose .
4t Truby arrived home Tues- the Christian church convention morning. A handcar turned their,stock. In the .north and west ,

:: 'iia raitthie vacation in Pennsylvania here and was the guest of Judge and Messrs. George A. Gardiner, Tate turtle with him and a negro helper. at it is the rule for farmers to sell stock present were Messrs. J. W. x
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r Mrs:: Pop{cll;T..J; Poppell, J. T. Reddish;, __ '
""1.i' Geo. A. Gardiner. Kite and Willie Wainright had an exciting the 74 mile post. Mr. Johns was feed and not to buy it, and'they have
Misses Bessie
Rogers Marie Parke'and
f 4 _;. Turner arrived ThonHendersonvOle Mrs hunt Wednesday morning. They; caught under the car and was cut M->* right idea. The sooner Florida ; "r
F. B Mabel Reddish Mrs. ReddishchaDoron. '
', Morgan, of Jacksonville, started for the sand hills .Stevens and .;-
r N. C near and bruised on the left cheek farmers rn to raise more feed and
,where visited Mr. and An nice time. .,
:"'**_ spending the from Mrs. J. W. 'Morgan lake about 1 o'clock A. M. and returned right temple. The wounds were patched Mere stock the sooner they will be on report a ,

;;IrLie'F' monhu, Mrs ,M. summer E. Ed-1 the county Friday convention to Tuesday,and attended' home about 7 o'clock A.Chita .. M. up by a physician and, Mr. Johnslost the'highway to,wealth and rode pei ness.Miss'trip Habet'Reddish'to Gainesville made Monday.a bini- '
of
: 't. tian churches. the and succeeded in bagging two." raccoons very. little 'time 'on account of deuce. It is'the farmer's business to ,+ -

.:" JSBfe'' ,: .i- .- one fox and a large catamount them. ,. produce' : hay and ,grain, not to bay it Read the Telegraph fUO a year.
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dam and Kerguelen, sonnet ,is.five. and the the. total enlisted . tt t .

; I French'Somalli Coast; western coast personnel is 171. There are four

POSSESSIONS OF THE FOURGREATPOWERS of Red'Sea, opposite Aden, area, 5,790 guns, twelve caissons, one store wagon

'" : square miles; population, 208,000. v : and forge 'limber and"four field A. D. Andrews Mercantile 1 03

French West Africa, comprises Sen- : wagons, '.a total.,of :twenty-two car
: Guinea the i .
ega, France Ivory coast, 112 'horses '<: c
riages. There are draft ,
Dahomey and Mauritania; Senegam- \
forty-five saddle horses ,and sixteen .
,\ bia and
Nigeria; area, 1,500,000 .t
y .
mules animals.
a total of 173 l'
i Four out, of the six powers. of, Europe 1 area,230 square miles! population; square miles; European population, 9,' A section of a battery is a gun and '. ,}'

tt.' which today threaten to engage I 68,000. 000,000; Africans, 10,000,000 men.' limber, caisson and limber and the We expect to have one price to all and treat an alike.We .1-,j

in warfare have colonial possessions, Straits, Settlements (Singaporethe )- Tunis, on the northern miles coast of Africa men and animals assigned to their hope we will'be able to pay the highest prices.for,!
area, 50,000 -
;
spuare ; population
lll protectorates, and dependencies scat- strait of Malacca; area 1,500 l,,OQOoo; military force, 17,500 transport,* with and teams service,' noncommissionedofficers or two caissons .cotton' and make good collections, if we do' it will enable;

i', treed all over the woild.t .*' square< miles; population, 572,000; military men. drivers and can 1oneers. The us to help the people again next year. ;

: Austria-Hungary and Russia haveno strength, 2,504. 'French Guiana, west of Venezuela; first platoon consists of the first and We will pay cash for all our goods and take the benefit;.

colonial possessions, though the Union of South Africa-Comprising area, 30,500 square miles; population, second sections, the second platoon of 'of all discounts. We buy in large quantities. a

ti ,Russian*...Empire stretches through!" the Cape of Good Hope, Natal ,the Transvaal 50,000.'Martinique\ ; West Indies; area, 385 the .third and fourth sections the We buy our flour from the mills, our bacon from they i
third platoon 'of the fifth' and sixth
-.f; :; continents of Europe and Asia and i and Orange River Colony; area, square miles; population, 212,000. :: sections, the' fourth platoon of the packers, our harness from' the manufacturers, our clothe

i- presents long coast line on: the I 473,000square miles;; population, 6- Guadeloupe, West Indies; area, 688 seventh and eighth sections and the ing from the tailors and our furniture from the manufacturers .; ."

Northern Pacific. On the others, 000,000; military strength, British im- spuare 'miles; population, 212,000. ninth section includes the stores and and we can save the people money in prices. ''.

!' Great Britain has colonies and pro, perial troops, 6,800 and local organi St. Pierre and Miquelon south of batery wagons and the field train of : We will submit some of the following prices, for it is"!

( tectorates the world over; France has zations. Newfoundland; area of both islands 93 :four wagons. the low price that saves you money:

rJt' colonies and protectorates in Africa Other British Possessions in Africa square miles; population, 4,652. The "firing battery" consists of the ,We will sell you'good smoked bacon at 16c Ib
'India, China, in South America, int -British East Africa, with an area of In the Pacific ocean, New Caledonia first, second, third and fourth sectionsor We will sell per ,
the West Indies, in the North At 275,000 square miles and population of and its depedencies; the Wallis arch the gun sections, and the fifth sec i you "Nellie King" flour at $5.23 per barrel;|

'lantic, ,and in the Pacific and Indian I 5,000,000, is left almost wholly to na ipelago, the Loyalty Islands; the Huon tions, out of the third platoon which We will sell you good rice at 5c per pound.

t oceans; Germany has colonial posses- for defense. The same is true Islands and the New Hebrides. Other is a caisson Section. The combat and : We will sell you good green coffee at 15c:per pound. r .

sions in Africa, in China, and in the of British Central Africa, Somaliland, French establishments in Oceanica, field trains are the sixth, seventh and We will sell you calico at 4c per yard. 'j-
Pacific and has scattered over a wide area, are the Island eight sections, which are the caisson We will
sell
''t" ocean, Italy depend- Basutoland, the territory of you good iron beds at $350 each. :i
: enceies in Africa and a concession in Bechuanas, Rhodesia, Nigeria, the of Tahiti, the Society Islands, the sections, ,the ninth section and thee I We will sell you $18.00 suits at $12.00. *?
Marquezas, the Tuamoto group, th field train.
j' China. Gold Coast, ,Lagos, Sierra Leone and
t
.England's Vast Empire.England's Gambia.In Leeward group and other lesses ,is- In the matter of ammunition there We will sell,you shirts from 17c'up. f
i ands. Total area, 8,744'square miles in We will sell you hats from oOc '
vast empires, India; Canada the Indian Ocean-Scattered ; are the caisson body' seventy up. ;:
and Australia; her.holding on the British I total population, 81,100. rounds, and in the limber thirty-six : We will sell you stoves from $6.00 up.
possessions or protectoratesare
', Malay Peninsula; her, colonies in Africa St. Helena Ascension Tristan d German Colonies and Dependencies. rounds, while in the emergency tubeson :' We have got the goods and we have got the,room and we *
Kiau-Chua (Tsing-Tau) on the east each gun are four rounds. So that have got the men to wait on' you. r and her fortified positions inthe Acuntra, Mauritius, the Seychellas,, coast of the province of Shantung; in each gun section there are 106 t: We buy all kinds of country produce. i
Mediterranean Gibraltar and Malta
t Chagos and other islands and the isands
area 200 square miles; garrison of rounds of fixed or made-up ammunition % We pay 22c per dozen for eggs. _
her at the head of the
put colony- of St. Paul and Amsterdam. All '
3,125; composed of German marines in the caisson, thirty-six roundsin : Come to, see US-we: 'want your business. *
; holding nations of the world; they told these islands have a population and Chinese soldiers; population 168,- the gun limber and four rounds' in .

also increase, the field of her protective about 400,000, but' their military 900. i the ammunition tubes on,the gun car . "

I operations case she becomes strength is negligible. Togo, on west coast of Africa, between I riage. In each of the four battery : .
involved in war with Austria-Hungary British colonies in North America the Gold coast (British) and I sections there are 212 rounds. Thus,

I and Germany, and possibly with Italy. Canada, with an area ,of 3,600,000 Dahomey (French); area, 33,700 I with a field battery of light artillery :

Many of the minor holdings of the square miles'population 5,500,000 has square miles; white population, 368; there are 1,432 rounds of ammunitionand A. D. Andrews Mercantile Ci'T: } .

four' powers with colonial possessionsto a military strength of permanent and native, 1,030,000; military force small on the firing line and on wheels

defend are themselves without mil reserve forces amounting to about Kamerun, west coast of Africa between close by under cover. That figuresout I

itary strength In many cases the 80,000 men. Newfoundland. and Nigeria (French), and the 358 shots per rifle. With the am Raiford/JFlorida; ,

:' protecting power has only very small Labrador have?an area of 50,000 French Congo; area, 191,000 square munition train there are, or should be, t : t -

4 garrisons on shore, amounting to square miles and a population of 200,- miles; white population, 1,870; native, four wagons,, each with 106 rounds,

y' nothing more than local police forces. 000. Off the coast of Florida are the 2,600,000. and at the advance, supply, depot to -

{ t This is particularly true in Africa, Bermuda Islands, with all area of German Southwest Africa, west t rounds or 464 rounds per rifle, raisingthe THE ,GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER,'' '

r ,outside of the French and British twenty square miles and a populationof coast of Africa, north of,Cape Colony; ammunition supply on ,the firing A successfurremedy for Rheumatism,Blood Poison

colonies, in the Pacific _ocean'and in 18,000, whose military strength is area, 322,450 square miles; white pop line, in the combat train close at hand, PPP and all Blood Diseases. A wonderful,tonic for botV'men ,

'American ,waters. given as 1,340 men. ulation, 14,850; native, 78,000. in the ammunition train on the road and women. Has been manufactured for thi,
The continent of Africa presents a In the West Indies-British German East Africa, between Brit and at the advance suply station to 'past, 35 years. At all Druggists, $1.00. >

notable picture of the juxtaposition sions comprise Jamaica, Turks posses and ish East Africa on the north and Por- 928 rounds ,per gun. 'At the main F..V. UPPMAN CO., Savannah, Ga. 5;

I ; of protectorates and colonies belonging tugese East Africa on the south; base or arsenals convenient to the ,
Calcos islands the islands --- -- -
*? Cayman area, 384,000 square miles; white main base should be ready an .'additional .
to Great Jritain France and Germany. pop

the Windward islandsLthe Leeward ulation, 5,336; native, 7,1>45,000. > supply of 928 rounds per gun, WHENEYER
H ,YOU U NEED
Africa Full of Colonies. Islands, Trinidad and Tobago, with a In the Pacific ocean Germany hasas raising the supply to 1,856 rounds ".
total of
area 12,000 miles and.
square its colonies or'dependencies Kaiser per piece.
i France has, a protectorate over'llorocco a population of about 1600000. 0:f Wilhelm's Land; the Bismarck group The ammunition on wheels at. the '

and her Algerian posses: these the most important are Jamaica the Carolina, the Pelew, the Marianne, point of action, 358 rounds per piece, A GENERAL( ( T NIC. TAKFGHDUl.:
ions the Mediterranean
l ; facing are with a military strength of 1,064, and the Solomon and the Marshall Islands could be burned up, working the gun ,. ,
,- ::. ,
bounded on'the east by Tripoli, a de with strong fortifications at Port and among the Samon group the islands at its maximum capacity, in about ;>if

pendency of Italy. Then comes Egypt, Royal. of Savaii and Upolu. Her total fourteen minutes. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equttf

41 5e where B/itish interests are para In Central and South America Pacific possessions have an area of A battalion of artillery consists'if Valuable as a General Tonic because it Ads on the'Lher,.:7f

r mount. On'the Red Sea and contigu British ,Honduras and British Guiana; 96,000 square miles; white populationof three batteries, and in addition to the Drives Out Malaria,, Enriches the Blood and Builds up if

1 ous to Egypt, is'the Italian depen- the former with an area of, '7,56: 1,984 and 634,000 natives. personnel and material of the three the Whole System F:Grown People and Children''

' ; ) envy of Eritrea. Coming' down the square miles and a population of Italian Foreign Dependencies. batteries are one major, one captain, :

r east coast are British Somaliland d, 37,500, and the latter with an area Eritrea, on the west coast of the Red one lieutenant, ,one sergeant major, You know what you'are taking when you take Grove' Tasteless chill Toiftfas

'Italian Somaliland, British East Afri i. of 104,000 square miles and a pout sea; area, 45,800 square miles'; coastline one quartermaster sergeant, two orderlies the formula is printed on'every label showing that it contains the weHk Cf
i ,ea, German East Africa, .Protugsse lation of 300,000. 670 miles; population, 450,000( ; ; mounted, three agents of communication tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bttip
East Africa, and then British South In the Pacific Ocean-The Commonwealth military force; 127 officers, 4,484 me n. (corporals), three scouts tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has BO equal for Malaria, Chills and r t-.
Transvaal the Orange River Colony, \ of Australia, comprising Somnaililand, on the east coast of (corporals), three scouts (privates), Weakness,general debility and loss of appetite., Grres life and yigbt taliltssyt

.1. Natal, and' the Cape of* Good Hope. New South Wales,' Victoria, Queens- Africa, south of Eritrea area, 139,4 50 on, corporal and one mounted private Mothers Relieves nervous and Pale depression, Sickly Children.and low spirits.Removes Arouses Biliousness the liver vwithont to atxioa

j l On the West, contiguous 'in,the order i land, South Australia, Western Australia -> square miles; population, 400,000. as signal detail, one musician, three purifies the blo d. A True Tonic and Sore Appetizer': CoafpleteStceagtltesl i
r .named, are German Southwest Afri and Tasmania, with a total areaMof Tientsin, in China, a concession of drivers, a reel,cart and field wagon, No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. \We melD It:
Portugese W. Africa, the Congostate I about 3,000,000 square miles and 17 square miles on the left, bank of four draft 'horses twenty singlemounts

to belonging to Belgium; the the Pei-ho; population, 1,700. and four mules.
a population of about 5,000,000. The "
:1'
Two forma
battalions of
i French Congo; ,Kamerun, belongingto I I Tripoli and Cyrenaica, o nthe north- artillery
tifications and the military forces of SEEDS SEEDS
regiment, and in addition to the -
era coast of Africa between
fcVI Germany; the Niger Territories; a Egyptand :
principal ports are protected by for" and
personnel material of tfre six[
I! n.: West protectorate Africa of the Great Gold Britain Coast ; French Britishcolony the Commonwealth show a total of : 'Algeria'; native; population area, 406,000, 523i 76 squareniles ;,European batteries and the two battalions are Cow or Field Peas; Velvet Beans; Sorghum; ,

; a 174,000,men. Sydney is a first class 6,000. one colonel, one lieutenant colonel, Millet Just Received Stock of New \
and the Ivory Coast annexed
aK
; naval station and the headquartersthe of three captains, one chaplain, two veterinarians -

,i, by France twenty years ago. British fleet in Australia. WHAT A BATTERY IS. one sergeant major, .one Crop, all Varieties, of Turnip a?i

tf,. Pacific islands of lesser importanceare quartermaster 'sergeant, one commit Seed, Garden Seed, Poultry ,,1

:\ ,The following is'a list of the colo the Fiji groups, British New The word "battery" in conjunctionwith sary sergeant, two color sergeants, Feed andSupplies Incubators _
;
nies, protectorates and dependencies one trumpeter sergeant, five mounted .
, Guiana, the Tonga islands, Fanning, field artillery has come into Oldest established and largest Seed House in Florida Wfite J
I of the. __countries involved: orderlies, two agents'of communication .
Phoenix, the Gilberts, Ellice, the Solo- great prominence in' the Europeanwar
Great Britain. (sergeants), one scout (sergeant) for illustrated Catalogue. "
Pitcairn
V mons, and Ducie. news. Few persons, unless they
It Gribaltar-At the entrance of the two scouts (corporals), three scouts
r French'Possessions.. have a little understanding of artil- ;: E. A. MARTIN SEED CO.'ti k;
Mediterranean Sea two (privates), one sergeant (signal detail -
; area,
square Morocco-In Northern Africa lery, have a to
area proper conception as :1
, :., miles; military, force, 3,857. 220,000: square miles, population 4,000- what a battery is, says a military writer ), one mounted private (signal detail 206 East Bay St JACKSONVILLE, FLA,, ; !r
) four mechanics three j't"
i drivers
f Malta-In the Mediterranean Sea; 000. The effective total of the French in the Washington Star. Thereare T.

area: 17 square miles; military army of occupation is given as 75- batteries of horse artillery, bat band one peel of thirty-sir:cart, one pieces.field wagon and a 'r.
strength 7,647.CyprusIsland. teries of light field
000 artillery, moun-
men, while the native troops number When one brings all these figures
in the Mediterranean tain batteries and siege batteries, but ,
18,000. into line, into column the
or artillery
;, 60 miles from the'coast of Africa that which is more numerous is'the
Algeria-On the northern coast of regiment in the American army which m
.' a Asia Minor; area, 3,584 square miles; Africa light battery. The artillery strengthof 1.0
miles. does
area 343,500 square European not differ from artillery JS
armies lies in essentially lull Gets root that bflre,water and stnrm- AiUstiin ''vprooL
mainly light batter-
military strength 121 men. population 750,000, native 5- regiments in other modern :u u design and ineipensiTB in application. "Carolina" aP,,
ies. In the American coun- faisb Metal Tile JIsUl Shuttles, will meet reeds.
, of India-Area and nearly all t;;I or roar '
,. M Empire 1,800,000 000,000. Garrisoned by the Nine tries, unless it be that it is better, Guaranteed to gits loosest eemce for tie nosey. Ttay will peHert
miles other armies there are four guns to tie beautiful bocce and redeem tie coaunonUce boose. We slip
square ; population 295,000,000; teenth French Army Corps and six I one can see that the commissioned
a battery. There used'to be six
military strength, British troops, 75,- regiments of native corps. eight, but that was before Mlle breech or personnel of the regiment is forty-
'
"'_ '897; native troops, 163,836"with' 35-, French India-Pondicherry), On loader, with its modern recoil system two, the enlisted-personnel 1,128, the Si-anidi 6etalTr7e sin gift satisfaction from Terj point of dew-bewty,,,sty, economy end te f
f 700 in reservists. the southeastern coast of India, 80 number of animals, 1,178 arid 'the Aa cheap e9 wood.ebeeper tbaa slate batfirDtierkrtoeUier. We are tie largest mtmotettno*",*
began to burn up ammunition, perhaps -] South of an Linda of metal roogag. Send far Free Catalog today. We par the treigM-gee"
I Ceylon-Off the southeast coast of miles of Madras. Area 196 square : at the rate of twenty-five shotsa number of carriages, 139. roofing. Any money paid us will be ebeerfoQf refunded if oar good*are not euetlj as?preamied.r;

i:I : India; area 2,532 square' miles; military miles, population 276,500. I minute, and ammunition supply be- A Gainesville dispatch says: A de- THE CAROLINA METAL PRODUCTS CO. DEFT. F,WMGTOUC.!
; strength, 1,282 men. French Indo China-East of Siam, of the ,
> came one stupendous problems plorable accident occured a few miles
I Maldive Islands-:In the Indian north of Singapore, south of Hong I of field artillery. southwest of this city this morning 1

.. 400 miles southwest of India Kong. Area 256,000 square miles' .
ocean ; There are'differences in the personnel when George Lyons, aged four years, --
area, 115 square miles; population population 17000000. Military force and material of field batteries in I Liniment.
: was probably fatally wounded byhis tie fellow was thinly clad and score, Chamberlain's '
50,000; a group of twelve coral islets. consists of 10,681, Eurpoean and 13,- the armies of the world, but the field brother, Hassie Lyons thirteen years I or more of the shot found lodgment in. If you are ever troubled with'r,

, ., Federated Malay States-Of the Malay 968 native troops commanded by a battery of the American army rep- old. Hassie, it seems, had .been i instructed his face, breast and ab omea. One i pains or soreness of the muscfc ,J
t peninsula; area, 28,000 square French general of division. Naval resents the standard battery. A Uni- '
by his mother to catch a shot penetrated the left eye and several I will appreciate the good qtialiChamberlain's '
miles; population, 678,000; military forces, several torpedo boats and two ted States light battery of,field artillery chicken, and the fowl being too wild entered the cavity of the lurks Liniment. Many

strength, 851 natives under eleven Eu- submarines. at war strength has as its per- to be run down by the lad, resolvedto and abdomen. 'A physician was sum- ferers from rheumatism ands eta*'

f' !. ropean officers, also a native constab- Equatorial Africa(0r( -t, he French sonnel one captain, two first lieuten- use a shotgun in rounding up the moned from this city and rendered have used it with the best resu1t&-

ulary. Congo-West coast of Africa, be- ants, two second lieutenants, one first chicken. Several children were with what aid could be given the little boy; is especially 'valuable for I

t Borneo-In the East Indies; area tweenKamorun, a German, colony, andthe' sergeant, one quartermaster sergeant Hassie at the time, but he was enders but his. chance of recovery is slight. and lame back. For sale by aUt'<

76,000 square miles; population, 550- Belgian Congo; area, 669,000 one stable sergeant, one the impression that his little brother, George was very much devoted to his ers. 'I '

000. square miles; white population 1,200, sergeant, one chief mechanic, seven George, was in the house, he having elder brother, and the latter is heartbroken .
Hongkong-East Coast of China; native 9000000.; Military force 530 mechanics, three musicians, three' been in bed when Hassie left the over the sad accident. Notice is J hereby, given that(4

1 *rea, 400 square. miles; population, Europeans, 7,145 natives. cooks, six sergeants, four gunner cor )louse. The little fellow was. endeavor- state uniform examination wi1I H'
400.000; military strength,4,270. : Madagascar-Off the east coast of porals, thirteen caisson corporals, ing to join Hassie and those with him, held at Lake Butler beginning.?

.t Wei-Hai-Wei-In the province of Africa; area 228,500 square miles two corporals: as scouts, one corporal however, and when Hassie fired the SELECT FAMILY HOTEL tember 8th at 9 o'clock A !Lt;

.i Shantung.' China: area., 285 sQUare French population 10,000, native 3- i and two mounted privates as signal gun at the chicken most of the discharge TE FOrb BOOKLETHOTE1AVINDLE OUR..- teachers will be'required to'p iiAof ::

miles: population, :150000. Not far 500,000. Military forces 2,411 Europeans detail, sixty drives and sixty-five can o(bird shot struck George who one dollar and to provide ..

J'.from the German possession' of Kaiu In 6,376 natives., noneers, one of whom is carried on was about twenty yards away, his Selves with pens. ink and legal
the'Indian
Ocean-The MayotteElands roll as guidon. Of the thirteen caisson -i bedy being hid from Hassie by weeds. Cool comfortable and modern. paper. '-;
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and Cairibro Convenient to ateamthip docb.Speci,1 .
Islands.'betwee n corporals two act as chief.of sec' Immediately after '. G. SCHELI.,
Or Aval Islands in the report of the luroraerntev 1; :
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tile ''dagascar and Africa, and the I slion in the seventh and JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA :
I eighth sec'j of'i
George screamed and of Schools
gun his brother Superintendent
Por&ae Gulf ne'arcthe coast of Arabia
: t ; lands of Reunion, St. Paul Amster- tions. The total commissioned *
i' I per I realized what had happened. The lit. Read the Telegraph-l.50' year. ford'county. ";
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iftisliV- ?SpMembe r 4th.' 1914. "- s THE ,BRADFORD, COUNTY TELEGRAPH.. PAGE SEVEN A

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.'....'... .. 1. '1..l.; ty-one,_ten are the. children. of minis- NOTICE OF ELECTION.' I :>1-

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; ;.._ '. ten. WHEREAS, the legislature of'1913. under
r t3b the constitution of 1S85. of the state of Florida '
: '" '. Surely with such facts as these did pass three joint resolutions proposing

,t EACHERS'. SONS. there will be no more occasion to use amendments to the constitution of the I .
state of Florida, and the agreed ,
same
a yx 4 ', this old slander of Satan: 'and thereby to by 'a. vote of three-Lttb of all were the members Health "

{ :. : ',. ',.. make it harder for the son of a said ewer elected molutioa t each hoax were:entered that the upon votes their on Drinksfor : -' ;cI'

\ is a spying "* the world,that preacher to become. a strong Christian :. respective journals. with the yeas and nays 'f
thereon
1 and they did determine'and direct
; i : i'" '*na are the worst boyscommunity. character and a worthy ,son of that the said joint resolutions be submitted to ..

!;:'" ." "This falsehood an honorable sire.-Christian Advo the electors of. the state at tbe general election '. .. ,-
JJ ....Fi.1C..: in November'1914. :
f ""'leTil has been so persistentlythat c ate. Now therefore. L H.'Clay Crawford, secretary '
of state of the state of Florida do '

!:. _" for a' son of preacher itf Thus SALE OF SCHOOL BUILDING. hereby give notice General that Election a : the Hot Weather

4 tilltJOt! to believing The truStees ,of the' Starke High win be held in each county in Florida on :
i- in the mind '
been crystalized Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in '
:i g J|n which adds School desire to give ,this notice that November A.'D. 1914. the said Tuesday,being 1
1r' 'j ftfc a sentiment they will'receive sealed bids up to 10 the "

i.'ii' at-. hardship' to the preacher's o'clock A. M., 'on Monday, the 7th for the ratification Third Day or of rejection Neveaber of the said What is more refreshing and health-building during the Ji
of him.rl. -
': "' Wppd make a man of joint resolutions proposing amendments to the
day September, 1914, for the sale ,
ju the influences sonstitution of the state of Florida viz.: long hot summer'tha "
addition to of the lot of"land with improvements A Joint Resolution good pure bbttled beer Our :ti
l.u other sons have to overcome Proposing an Amendment to Section Six -
1 f : thereon upon. which is now located the (4), of Article Eight (8), of the constitutionof brands have world-wide

!_ encounter this false impres- old school building in Starke, Fla. the. state of Florida relating to county officers. a reputation for Purity Quality '
!
Ibpd
Thus
'minds of many. :
D" ,.>the Be it resolved by the legislature of the state and Flavor. ;
';r. 'that' fora son of a preacher CONFIRMED TESTIMONY. of Florida: '

1 life he muSt' make a That the following amendment'to Section .
ii
'1 BweMdi&; Six; (6). of Article Eight (8). of the constitution S l
1.!' tcht than the average boy. The Kind Starke Readers Cannot of the state of Florida is hereby agreed i
'o and shall be submitted to the electors of' Bottled Beer
o in one of thedred Doubt. Worth While '
born somewhere
i.'b the state at the general election to be held on 1
tv'! .. and fifty thousand par the first Tuesday in November A. D. S
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... 'or ratification rejection 1914'1 "
or : .
| ;, p homes of this country. My Doan's Kidney Pills have stood the Section 6. The legislature shall Pabst : ,' : { .
'good. The godly 'be election by the qualified electors in each Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer .- Ii
tajHftss b.Ue training was test.The Bounty of the following county officers: A I : .
Jl ani .Christian example of myH test, of time-the hardest test Clerk of the Circuit Court, a Sheriff. Constables Bottled Beer PilsenerStyle Bottled specially for'F! dda. '
County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Col4etor >
all that a boy of all !
: tnd mother were a Superintendent of Public Instruction Known Brewed from choice malts and "
.. but outside the Thousands gratefully testify. and a County Surveyor. The term of i and sold the world. over. Has been well and favorably known .
!::.aU .sk .or expect; office of all officers mentioned in this : hop Agreat, favorite Oneorder
1 ,p county Absolutely the best bottled beer K ;
')bi: on the school grounds and in To quick results-to lasting results. section shall be for four years, except that ''I'' that for its high quality for over 30 will make .
life therewasJ Starke readers of County Assessor of Taxes and County Tax can be produced. Ask any- you a steady .
I 'v,, .Dcial relations of : can no longer doubt Collector who shall be elected for two yeai'll body. years., Must be good. Try it custoMer .' n."
f
I of quite a different na- the evidence.It's i until at the reneral election to be held in the I : ,
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J,. ia influence far A. D. 1916. when and after which they w -- 1 Dozen ____ __ 1.00 .f
$
Per --- n .
!'' tarfcJost to give you a concrete exII convincing testimony-twice- '"dl be elected for a term of four years.'Their I 1 Doz, small ___________$1.50 case, 1 doz. small, ----$ 1.00 5 Dozen -' .. i
________ ..___:,$4.00
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1 i It was my first day in the citytli&ooL told and well confirmed. powers, duties and compensation shall : 5 Dap, small -_ $ 6.00 Per case, 5 doz. small, ... $".25 "
inpk: *>e prescribed by law. The legislature shall ---- ------- 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_____ t tOO: 1\
II small-boy studying Starke readers should profit by these provide by law for the and custody of ; 10 Doz small
I was a care -_----$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50 5 eask Lots
reader. The scene b the experiences.Mrs. all county funds and shall provide the method per cask, .---$ 7.59 k
tttY MCOnd lot reporting and paying out all such funds. :
j ooI playground and the time the J. W. Andrews, Madison Ave., Provided County Treasurers elected In Genral .1 "
.i Eleetlo nheld in 1914 shall hold office for EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE 1
J Ajrjt',morning recess., I was standingdf Starke, Fla., says: "I feel justified in ''ie term elected. II ,

I usually did, WIth recommending Doan's Pills ,A Joint Resolution ,
side as Kidney ,
al: .to one Propwiir an Amendment to Section 16 i '-. D
1' 'foot crossed: ,on top of theother as I have used them for kidney complaint of Article IV of'the constitution of the state i !.

laid MM ny' fingers twisting my blouse. and backache and they made_ a of commissioned Florida relating officers of to the the state appointment militia: of BIG MONEY THIS SUMM R'

:'Off a few feet was,a group of young cure which has proven lasting. I am Beit of Florida rosolved by the legislature of the state < I
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'i1r hopefuls engaged in cuffing and cufiujBfeach just as willing to recommend this That the following amendment'to Section "

[ 'other around. Presently oneCjaioV'Who remedy now as ever." 'I; of Article IV of the constitution of the

:: is. that kid!" pointing The above statement must carry he State submitted of Florida to is the hereby electors agreed of the to and state shall for Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit 1

",l-t i toward me. Now,if the boy had fired conviction to the mind of every read election adoption hereafter or rejection; that at is the to say next that general See Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular stand in town and at. .

iH'jpt'ins: )- with a gun it would not have er. Don't simply ask for kidney to tion read!It of as Article follows:IV shall be amended so as the end of the season made a'profit that will mean money in the bank. S 'i

f\e' frightened me more; but that was onjij' remedy-ask distinctly for Doan's Section 16. The governor shall annp'nt all ;j )I

time than itt Kidney Pills the commissioned officers of the state militia, including '
less kind
In that Mrs. Andrews
"tarter.; :
: for the ;
J an adjutant general state Summer Drinks That Sell t
n; ::'tlka to tell it ,one of them ..yelledt had-the '''remedy backed by with rank of brigadier general who shall be > ; : '
s ; -hief of.sta:!. The duties and compensation 'I
home
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; Mati.''Whyhe is a preacher's son testimony. 50 cents all stores., of all officers so appointed shall be as fixed .

21 rr A1II instantly the crowd gathered Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, Hy law. The terms of office of all commissioned ;' NEAR-IT I RED HEART BREW CIDER. _
officers of the organized militia shall bevmtinnous
looked like the othl N. Y. I' The best light brew made. Less
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j y:inmd to see if during the pleasure of the governor Non .ntoaicating.Less than 2 I
they began to poke "When your back is lame : subject to such laws as may be enacted than 2 per cent alcohoL Bottled All' theimmediate best kindS in sfoccsifor' ;
and ti
; they remember .
: 'jKjboysV by the legislature providing for their retire- per cent alcohol Refreshing and. '
"L, fa the ribs and say, Preacher boy, the name." anent for age or other causes. special for prohibition territory. healthful. shipment. 1

4i!ors pubes b y." .etc: My embarassi Proposing an A Joint amendment Resolution.to Section One othe As near, real beer as possible. I "

:t*i:Iliad wu 'great',amusement to them. To the'NOTICE iheriff of OP Bradford ELECTION.County of the judiciary.Article V of the constitution relating to 10-Doz Cask _________ $WO 10-Doz Cask ---1--__:..____, $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon ... 60c .


I 'JcnFentJe' reader' I pause to ask State Be of it known Florida:that I. H. ClaY Cnwfo rd. Be of it Florida resolved: by' the legislature. of the state All Prices are F.- 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want J" '.Us to,
should have 2t! what yon think you of the State of Florida do That the following amendment to Section i .
j i :JOB tei under such tantalizing condiDo hereby give notice General that a One of Article V of the constitution is hereby Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow I 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles i
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I Election avreed to and shall be proposed and submitted
11'i;: :I. hear you,'say that.you Florida WTO be MaId in Bradford carroty State of. to the electors of the state for approval F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. ,f.
withistkt on Tuesday next ineeeediag the fir t or rejection at the next general election hereafter .. r
into them
: waded '
have Monday in
; wouW November A. D. 1914. the
said
that is to say said Section One of
and cracked a few heads?. Now, Tuesday being tbeThird said Art'ek shall be amended so as to read CHAS. BLUM COMPANY :
Day of N m_ber as follows: SS r
j ;'j,suppose.I had.. The idea of a .r For United Stab* Senator from the State Section 1. The judicial power of the state

Vpnaehert' son fighting! Don't you .191S.> Florida' for six yean from March 4. shall be vested in a supreme court circuit
., courts court of record of Esetmbm comity
bow that before sundown the whole r Representative from the Second Con- criminal courts county courts county judgesand Established Over 25 Yean and Absolutely Reliable I. '

cuauaiklty innld have heard that the -remional District of the State of Florida. justices of the peace and such other courts i
t the Sixty-fourth Congrm of the United or commissions as the legislature may from '
'I pmehtr's'$ son had!> fight the .first fJt".... time to time ordain and establish. The leg Jacksonville Florida
For Commimoner' of Agriculture of the 'slature may prescribe the compensation of the ,
;dif of school!" Why, I can hear some Y'*te of Florida justices and judges of the svtral courts,' but .
'
4'food' : long-tongued. sister goingtw ..For. two JoK'wwt of tbe Supreme Court of no court heretofore established under the constitution J
( '* State of Florida. and laws of Florida shaft lie hereby ,
to a neighbor's! and saying: It's For TW Pmilroad Connmaaioners of the abolished. '
hast "e of Florida The vote cast in compliance with said proposed NOTICE Of APPLICATION FOB TAX DEEDUXDEB ORDER OF PUBLICATION.In NOTICE OF>PPUCATIOX FOR tax DEED :
",? JIIt'Whit I- expected. That boy For two member of the Hon e of Hepree amendments, and the canvass, declarations SECTION EIGHT OF CHAP. the Circuit Cart far Bradford UNDER SECTION EIGHT Of CHAP- '

'ae90r. Wen 'controlled,.at? home.* No,,:, .Fnr.t.tt..s rnantv of the Assessor State of of Taxes.Florida. to the and same returns regulations thereof and shall restrictions be subjected as are TER 4888.' LAWS OF FLORIDA., I cery. Ccanty. Florida la Chan TEE 4888,. LAWS OF FLORIDA. i.

,the facts in ''the.eaSe never alter the Fr Tax Coll rtor. provided bv.law for general elections in the Hereby notice is given that D. W. Moore. D. C. Kinlaw, ct al Hereby notice is,given that. A.. Z. .Adklnf. .<
preacher's Is in- ,For Ounr Treasurer. state of 'mrehasef of tax certificate numbered rev,. Complainants.
flatter
when boy purchaser of tax certificates
; a Florida.IN numberedneetively
.*V>r Five County Commfesloners., TESTIMONY-"WHEREOF.I metivelr %%3. 224 and 228 leaned by the Tax vs. rev s
Tohed., There is never any Inquiry i "lOr three M mWs of the County Boardof have hereunto set my hand Collector of Bradford County. Florida' each Ideal American Corporation, et all 9, 55. 64, ,M, 68. 72. u t..:2N. 22f
,,\1 ; Public Instruction. and affixed the great seal of >f said certificates bearing date of July tot Detendante.Order Ml, 232 and 243 issued by the tax Mtloetor ,
g lisle_into oho Was the guilty party,' For Justice of the Peer In and for the (Seal the state of Florida, at Tallahassee '912. has filed aid certificates in my office For ...ileati... of Bradford County Florida. u*h of.tl.aid .
1 >arr M to'What other boys were inf the following Justice Districts Ti J: the eno tal, this the 'nd baa made application for,-a tax deed to As to defendants. William B. Lukens Joseph certificates being dated the vi rtt day of
I Number One twenty-lfth day of July A. 5,ne hi accordance with law. M. Thomas. Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. July. A. O. 1912 has filed the said certificate .,
| !fljnM.' Tfl that is blown or that iVmnher Two. D. T9U The said certificates embrace the following Lane. J. a' Earl. J. C. Eddy. Thomas W. In my cffire and has made application for. tax ....
the Number Three. H. CLAY CRAWFORD.8.713t. 'and in Bradford County Florida assessed Pitts, J. D| alcLemore. W. B.,Law Francis -"rd to Gene in accordance with l... The
f1 oesd bi Jmown is that "preachBdtyas vnmber Four. Secretary of State. it the. date of the issuance of said certificate McCall and i. & James.It ad certificates respectively en&rgeft the
1tp'bbyywsi: into it" Number *W. in the names and under dates and appearing by affidavit duly filed that the following lands in Bradford counts. Florida ,_,
Dumber Eilfet lumbers hereinafter respectively particularly residence is bnknown of each of the defend ..t<"9ed, at the date of .the icsnawe- sash
flf.:| a matter of fact, the fall Number Nine. SHERIFF'S SALE. rt forth to-wit: ants. William B. Lukens. Joseph M. Thomas.Martin ertifieate in the names Iftpeeti"MrelDaf.
Certificate number two hundred and twenty V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane. J. B.- Earl. ter particularly set forth. to-wit:' "j
1SFor OnwtuMe
mw.concerning preachers' sons1ess'1r w and tor the following Notice is hereby given that under and by
--tiee District.,. vb virtue of a certain writ of execnton issued 'fee embraces southeast quarter of southeast J. C. Eddy. Thomas W. Pitts. J. D. McLe- Certificate' number nine embrace northeast
,disproved,'and 'even with this Number Two. out of and under the seal of the Circuit toartet.. section seventeen township seven. more. W. R. Lane. Francis L McCall and J. quarter of southeast quarter. of seetam twentyseven .
N ; : Number Three oath range twenty-two, forty acres assessed B. James, and it further appearing that this township four sooth met twenty- ..:r
e t error in the minds of the Court in and for Bradford count). State of .
:"C order should be made two,
et1ppaple- Number Four. Florida, bearing date of the 22nd day of 'try Rammagc. : forty acres assessed unknown, ,
he making his mark in the Number Seven. *.prfl. A. D., 1914 in that certain cause therein Cert'ficate number two hundred and twenty- It is hereby ordered that each of the defendants Certificate number fifty-five eml races sootiW ,_
Number Eight pending wherein B. B. Waldron is plain- 'our embraces that portion of north half ofoorth'West William B. Lukens Joseph M. Thom. east quarter of northwest quarter, of section I,
f'. ,SridoVand more of ,them have occuM Number Nine. tin and Southern Turpentine Company a quarter of northwest quarter westf as. Martin V. Smith.Samuel C. Lane. J. B.Earl sixteen township five sooth range twenty- oJ

E 1 r" { prominent places in the world's In testimony whereof. I lave hereunto set corporation. Is defendant T. S. B. Denmark railway section seventeen township seven MeLemore, J. C., W.Eddy R. Thomas Lane. Francis W. Pitts.L McCall J. D. one forty acres; assessed nnknowa. ;;
sooth twenty-two. eighteen Corte ate number sixty-four embrace Jots
and treat seal of the as sheriff of Bradford county. Florida have range acres as-
and than tohand ttdTathe and J. B. James, do to the amended
tilosIht achievement appear
; any Florida ;esued unknown. twenty-eicht and twentnine in Woodlawn.
the anis levied upon and wiH offer for sale to the bill of
class of boys Here is the proofstatement t"i. the Twenty-fourth. day of August A. D. highest and best bidder for cash on Monday Certificate number two hundred and twenty- supplemental and amended complaint 5th section fourteen township five Kith range '
entitled the day.
'n the above cause upon
"other 1911. September TEh. 1914. during the legal hours eight embraces northeast quarter of northwest tTitv-two. twenty acres. assessed C. R. Sapp. .
:pf WI- 'In the.Dictionary H. CLAY CRAWFORD IOf sale on said day, at the office of the quarter section five township eight, sooth being the rule day of October. A. D. 1914. Certificate number shrty-six emfcrMcs lots
and that ths: order be published week
(L. S.) Secretary of State. Southern Turpentine Company in the town range twenty-two forty acres assessed un once a forty-nine, fifty sixty-three and ixtv-four in '
xatlonalBiography" there 1- 'or eight consecutive weeks. beginning on the '
l'-at are To S. B. known Wood'awn section fifteen township See sooth
,
Denmark | e
Sheriff Bradford Coon t7. of Lake !Butler Bradford county Florida all
of A. D. in the Brad-
i i|: "raunei of eminent men who were 8-28-9L of the*following described personal property Unless said to law certificates tax deed shall win issue be redeemedaccording thereon. Tth ord day County August Telegraph, a newspaper 1914 published Sann.race twenty-two, forty' acres, a aswasd C. S. .

it"; hejsons of clergymen. In this singlejpsBipihtion to-witj One -typewriter and typewriter desk one I n the 14 th day of September A. D. 1914. weekly in the said county of Bradford. ,Certificates number sixty-eight ,ib.. ces soul {{
Done this the 6th day of August A. D. .
of great names in Engfiit VOTTCE TO APPR. roll top desk three straight office chairs ore W. T. WEEKS I 1914. >5net"*n. twenty twenty-nine and thirty in 't
; In Cireo't Court. F. c-hth JoJiciil Circuit of desk chair three lanterns, one lamp one Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County FlogSeaL W. T..WEEKS. Woodlswn setfoa fifteen. township 3vr. wrtfc.r.nre
I" history ,there are 410 more sons FVnrta. Wnlford County. "at top desk and water cooler one chipper, ida. (Seal) Clerk. twenty- wo, forty acres, ttseitti C. H.
| of Biusters than ,"sons Of doctors -orj Bank of Starke. a corporation 1 two tool sharpeners five hundred and se\'E'ntv- ( ) 814StMAYOR'S By R. A. WEEKS Eevere. .
Ii. vs. 1 Rill f-r eve feet conveyor chain three conveyor chain 8-7-SU, Certificate No. 72 embraces wert VUf 0' lo*.
11,1ayWS'together.j : In a recent issuejlVf.'JwVfc T "' p h m r* nl. I Ann"ra"ce rears two H. S. &: G. engines one engine Deputy Clerk. fen and lot ,thirty-seven in WoodUwn, eetton .i'
The State of Florida to T. M. Sbaw eiv'eteen.
Greetn marked "Vim. five air compressors seven township five taut range
1 :Who in America, out, ofJjWO"nimes ?: water pumps four boilers six water eol- PROCL.OUTIOY.I. 'O+ff+'i4't"f94sfffitff + twent >vo. /Ifteen acres, asowd unKBown.TertiAcate .
almost 1,000 are sons offUjBf Tt havinr been shown by aRdaoit' that tllP owns four pop valves two four-way iron E. E. Canova, Mayor of Starve. Florida number one hundred sad /etvenemba
1r femiaiit, T. ft. Shaw. ron-r'' iirient of the blocks, two jacks four composition water by virtue of the authority vested in me bylaw f ?a southeast Carter of so ehwect j
l' jaea-- number out,of all pro State of Florida end that the residence of ..aee. two whistles. ODe vise one pipe ,vse. do hereby can an election to be held int'ie SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + Ur. section ,. towesWs six 41
:.prtiQo to 'the of said defendant it at Brunswick\ the Statef" two poet drill one mill digester, one aforesaid town by the qualified voters range ni1eten forty acres, assessed Empire
number clergymen Crot ia. and that said defendant is over ....tBeli, forty feet 3-5-IS inch shafting therein, on Tuesday", the 8th day of September, + LCb ). .. ,
!i.fa the population of the country. In the are of twenty-one years.. -elve feet 1-15-16 inch shafting twenty ... D. IS14. for the purpose of. electing the + The following schedule is + number t Bundreif fear 1 x
It fa therefore ordered considered find ad- '-rt 2-15-16 inrt staffing nine d-'aresters, lTow'iiif" officers: braces southeast of southwest quaym :
j\tad.itrding 'to the regular 'stanfa ndfvd that the sad defendant. T. M. F>>aw.o 'our wheelbarrows, three mdistillensix. One Mayor. One year.) + now in effect: + trr, section eleven, township spven.ouda -.'

j| < and. basis, there' should only \ appear to the Complainant's'Bill of Conlaint ;storuve tan'-s. four' separators. two eopner rev' One Clerk. (One year.) + No. 3 Jacksonville to 'Tarn- + once n'nt forty acres, assessed t-nklJ wB.
j i -> on or before the 5th day of October. ''rfvrjg tanks, two eha'n holes one law Three Aldemen. Two years.) two hundred au.t'lwrmty. :
J Tlibeenififty"sons of ministers.: I \. IX 191*. in dofanlt whereof a deem f'M i 'rame, two circular saws one iron water reservoir. One Treasurer. One Tear.) + pa, due at Starke 11:02A.I., + J nine rbr southeast quarter ;
Woodrow : -nf-- will be entered against the said T. ot>e dynamo one witchbna" d and One Assessor. (One year.) > west half of n (f'mr'a f
WI'taddeat:' Wilson, wh n M. Shaw '"lertrie wires with flohes connected there- One Chief of Police and Collector. (One + No., 1, Jacksonville to Tarn- + !a.fr!"east quarter of rort< .wM qrr ,

!t seieoaitly, "Why does the worldIt&tuantoj : It is further ordered that this "o"M-e be -with nin eon-tensors two copper coils, four year.) + pa, die at Starke 11:14 P. M. + and northeast quarter of soBthwtft: 1. published in the Bradford County Telegraph fractionating columns, one banning 8>*ale. two One Night Police. (One year.) rf ion fv township eight south ianke. .
& that ministers'to a newspaper imblvhed scales three i Inspectors! of election-T. N. Kendrick. F. + No. 15 Jacksonville to Cet ty-t- two .
at Starte: in "Brad- nlatferm IPs. one !;!Oil tral11 i tn. : acres. aaMned N. p, /Ti.tb**. ,

i NIOM wrong!" responded: "Because four'-rd consecutive county. Florida weeks once each week for' 'o1"m"O1Ie" iron tanfcs iron water t1ree004 tarontlEr tanks s:x still iron P.In Shaffer.testimony A. H.whereof.Johns.I have hereunto subjerbied + dar Key; due at Starke 4:49 + one Certificate embraces number east half two of hundred;aJ thirty- }

t f; doss not know the facts." Dr. Re j. JV my name. and caused the lest of said nort".i quarter .
WITNESS WHEBOF.: I have Vre"t 'wo iron stills two copper pots two stump + P.M. + if northwest quarter and et of ,
'0 fet mv hand and "mlTers. barrels fifty' -b 'asbA1"1. tram to be hereunto affixed this 4th day of half of southwest :t .u
affixed the rwentv-or sa -
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New seal of Ivlt.
I, e;of York has examined the < our + No.4 to Jacksont qarr.'lia t
Circuit Court on this the 24th day of Augsfc .. piping'and 6ttlpanm, valves. et:, .nguftt, A. D. 1914.E. Tampa ship eight sooth lirty 'I
la; t and"record thoroughly anjl.he d A.D. 1914. onneeted with the plant of the Southern Tur- E. CANOVA. + vile, due at Starke 3:49 P. 3L 4 acres, ul rane tWEnt.tw" ,
J ,: W. T.:WEvW.Clerk; p'prine CoTinanv 'n Like Put's Mayor of Starke. Florida. Certificate hundred toA
j finds among the names of Seat By B. A. WEEKS. only-five three-inch boiler tubes. siityeiehtacks C. A. FUTCH. Clerk. 8-7-5L + No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- + two embraces north thlrn f thirty- ..1

!p'a most prominent men thaterery" ., Deputy Cleft. alVali. one lot tools two recordingvrr t vile, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. 4 we Quanr of lOutbwet std 1r
2 j1P't J. E. fr. t
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tTJTtli. Solicitor for Complainant.' *. five 't<" m pauses t"1n.t"d and hf southwest quarter
Irl! _" twelve is the son of a 82MLNOTICE -venty thousand one hundred and twenty APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED. '+ No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- + tl. section Bine.township .:"soothtrt bt K'lii nnce qnar- e ,

4 !ra dcr.- and this is just eighteenof wnds of wood watch-nan's one vaccum clod gauge: thirtysixM one air Notice of application for tax deed under section + somrXle, due at Starke 9:21 4 t"E'lIt.t..o. ,. fifty acres, assessed .B. 4. Coach- ,k
one
OF APPLICATION mure ;
, t;' ii the number the sons of os thUNDER i i SECTION S OF FOR CHAPTER TAX PEED : per knives, four chipner bed plates, one Hereby 8. of notice Chapter is 4S88.given Laws that Gf H.Florida.N. Hodges 4 A.M.' 4 Certi5ak'vumber two IUdr I '' F
three
1' tueh loittr Vet. one 24-'neH leather belt embraces northwest ,
48U LAWS OF } of
'1 t professional men. Here is the FLORIDA. ourchaaer of tax eerticates numbered respectively 4 4 1r
s e x- :
Notice is hereby given one 10-inch leather belt one 8-inch leather e quarter of sortlwest quarter' <
Ogures for ford. that Alice Lan belt one li-inrh rubber belt one 16-inch rub- 132 and 137 issued by the tax collector + Starke and Wannee Brand ,4 1're. section
t! England's notables ipry. n purchaser: of tax certificate No. 196 3? Bradford County Florida each of said certificates twenty-le. tow p' eight i

: if' .' Sons of clergymen, 1,270; dated filed laid the 1st certificate day of in July A.office D., 1912. hat Ser rubber belt belts, one one 10.1Mb lot of rubber sera belt iron fo>lease" Much ex- bear'ng date of July 1st. 1912, bas l + 4 unknown sooth range E ht seas, ..
my end has died said certificates in office and has made
, erne lawyers, 510; sons of doctors, made application for tax deed to Issue in ac relying January 1. 1916 eovenn? lot on which' application for a tax my deed to issue in ae- t 'No. 101, leaves Starke 6:45 ,' Unless said certificates shall fie r deemed -J
office buildinr. faC according
% cordance "lunt is lctH one !7bui1dinc to law. tax .
issue
, with law. Said on the
t ,0f the ninety-nine foreign the certificate eabnteea and four storage buldings. tw :rdance with law.The f A.M. 4 14th day of I. wn. t
: : memf following described St. { '
:' property situated in .. said certificate embraces the following 191. 1
of brek. erip"' one tool Witness "
er
Bradford one inarre"r .
1 ,. the French Acedemy of 1 Commencing county 219 Florida feet to-of wit: three hundred _nb-five feet conveyor chain ''ands in Bradford county Florida assessed f No. ,104 arrives at Starke 4 ,12th day of August A. D. 1914. ka>M th ,
: west
southwest eorvr tile date of the issuance of sad certificates '
; in of nne air compressor. one water pump. one f 2:45 P. M. 4 W. T.
one
I't" :j': .e every eight is the sonjt Madison and Myrtle streets and run four eoH-nns. two valves i tie names and under dates and numbers WEK.
boiler wan nap j
: ft: ,. ster, and in the English west mash 210 along feet said to West street Moreland 420 feet street thence two four-way iron blocks two jacks four' hereinafter respectively particularly set forth f 4 thence "
;4e deny of Scienre <10 feet, thence east water hose two whistles, One pipe vise one 'o-wit: t Limited Trains 4 :
i'? one in every sie 't inning' in north 420 feet to point of be- root drill one small d ll'l'Sto"e wrench "ertificate Number I3%. embraces lot two. NOTICE FOR BIDS FOB ERECTIVC TOWN
CaiVin's
1fy reared addition.to Starker and f block eight, in Worthm-rton. Section thirty- f
la 4
the atmosphere ofhor'e. a fetenated -ix digesters, two circular saws and one saw nIL ,
on map of same as Clarke second frame two condensers. fo>.r 'rarH-MtiiT ex-- three townsh-p e;x. South, range, nineteen Sealed biJ win be received > u.
'Jot. Section 1 No. 9 Jacksonville to by t -i'town j
29 J
; '. The French scientist township .. south Zidt assessed unknown. Tarn4
I range of tK
clock
recording
w2 east inns one ganpe. one twenty.'our -aO .* t of FW&. until
j'Caildolle", lays that the "soas of The sa'd land being assesed chipper knives' four chipper bed plates, .. Cert fleets Number 137. embraces lot S'T, f pa, due at Starke 1::SI P. ,31. 4 8 o'clock P. M, er.!-"i'it Sep A
$ at the date of ) one pinch leather bra ore 24-inch leather f block eleven in Worthington SedAIIt.'rlrtythfteo tember. 1914. for the erection A
,, caI families have actually surj he Unknown.issuance Unless of such certificate in the name of'. belt one 10-inch leather belt one 8-inch leather township six South, range cine- f, No. 10, Tampa to Jackson- t'rn of a town jail in aaor'ann v-!! m to j

t 4i::. >.iced j during two hundred years in thereon'eemed according to said law certificate tax deed shall will be issue're-I The belt,sai and"e one having 12-inch been rubber levied belt upon as the teen Unless Fast said assessed certificate unknown.shall be redeemed f vie, due at Stirke 6:10 P. iL 4 pn, FuUb and the spec town ficaticns clerk.now' oa, tie I'"Itl I C. )

'Jl ter.eontriMio-s to tbe roll of emi ru. on the 28th day of September AD.. Property of the Southern Turpentine Company. according to law, tax deed will issue thereon t T. J. Grin Agent 4 Ontracters *>iooid ad. their H/ E.
Witness t corporation, and will be sold to satisfy said 'n the 7th day of September A. D. 1914. X M.tt... : *t
YWaent"; Scientists, official 4 (lin. ,
my 4
signature
the similar WIIU1UU- and seal this Kccution and cost This August 6. 1914. Florida, for Cutiar.
25tb ,
t SBOat "L117 ther class of families" "day of W.August T. WEEKS A. D. 1914. S. B DENMARK.S'tonff. W. T.* WEEKS.CVrV ttfff'FF+! 1'#'1,IIIIIII, ++*++ I t "',., I marke ProJ nnff ',-.!t. ot r
cf the Circuit Court, Bradford County, .
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? Clerk. Circuit Bradford county. Fla. : I son &S6.o0. v*>* .f.
?l k Aall of Fem" f fty-w (&at) WEEKS. Attorney for Plaintiff. 875LRead R- A. WEEKS. I ?idder fatafuRr, pcrforo th eut'
!!, ire honored. 'Of these fif- 8-Wt. Deputy Clan k. (Seal) 4 Deputy Clerk.t Read the Telegraph $1.50 a.year w E. KATTHrft. '
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.. The pregramTat> rendered!! as f ol-
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J ,I .. r.. Welcome SongAdvancedpupils.jWelcome ,
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c ;,; .re.tk4, ]!lots; 'Gathered-" urln', tau=Weft'b.i,,OI. I', ;Song;' ll7p pili.,7'

orr ePoD4 Dti.:, to Welcome recitation'Opal Crawford
"' iiuiwmfflTnnnA
t : : .a f, r._ ., I Ss1 *
.... .n ya w Recitation Elsie.Stokes... *

,i ,t ..,' S" .Ji.:' ,' ...r.... t.,.... ,.. ... {O. "H >,. t ") .0 .
:. 't t. ,"'Trialsi of.a Teacher."
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tt; .
RAIFORD. ? Pearl'Crawford.VacationBy'girls
. -i ':1'Jf. ,, .' Ir.: Robert'Andrews,;'of New Bier_ Recitation, .
.j .. 4L '" .. _, and boys; 4
... 1' .r ; s'iJi Starke last;Sunday. Wundert .
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: ,.; ,. ft I; f Mrs.1--,A.>D. ,Andrews and .Mr ; Dialogue! Carl and'Earle.
I think'he
t business
I' T'
was the
,
, .' ', V W.',TiBia amended'Uie.oaibii;Im Recitation,.Lacy Johns. '
: -.1. ;; home.
to girl yAs'thE
t, c arry his .
V ) and
i at Brooker Saturday: u Recitation Thelma and'Marion.
of the New Rive :
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writer '
I
K of Mr, and ; l
They;'Yere the guests W8 was-not it home soon'enough Recitation}. George Langford. ,: .
; '
:} : D.. W;'Pinholater while.theft.. r Recitation, Francis Waters: "
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,." J..A. ,Brooks, i ithei week therewas:" not any newsl V
A. D.'' Andrews, Dialogue, "Three' Girls.
0 I '
i ;J ; ,t SWTilliS attended the,anion 'I here last week. v Recitation, Sallie Waters.' : V (
and Mr. ; _
,, S. ,J. Turner Clyde ---o (
: at Sunday. I "
f' ing Brooker Dialogue, "Roy and Denzel.

\; : :: 1t#.\ J Mrs: R. H. Weaver visiting; i! left not'so,.for very homO long on ago Saturday and on f Song by school, "America. :

f :( ',1',' in Lake'City this week. I '
tiyes "No
Dialogue, Peddlers Wanted.?
horse did not
of crippled get
j ; ;. .: )Miss Lacy Johnson,returned to a
.
1t;;until Monday ,evening after- Recitation, Carrie Belle Brown.
i M home Sunday, after .having Recitation Annie Belle #
: Peeples.,
.,We think the boys were glad
1 i very,successful fall t4rJ1. of they had to stay for they s'eem- Recitation, Truby :Par ish.:

f .\ ';' Baker county. to have. enjoyed themselves., .Dialogue,,Albert and Wilbur. miVl
:
i $ .' Miss Thelma.Schell passed B. J. Sapp.hasreturned: home 'Recitation,Edith Peeples. ,
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., here Monday enroute to 'Recitation Millard Parrish. 'luultlt
,
in' South Florida. She
I 1 t;: c Mr., Sid Walker, of a.stay r
Scarecrow
By ?
Boys.
off account of bad health and ,
!.; a member of the police force.is on Recitation, Rosetta Dukes. V V I -Llflv.Aw
she is1 much
improved.
f : iting his family here this week.' "'t V : (1 *
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I .\ are glad to see her improved RecitationFlorence Dukes. V ( Ii y/ L
i Mrs. C. B. Cason is spending a '
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Recitation West Crawford. '
she is good and kind to 1 y1
E i .: s days with Mr.. and Mr S. B. as when so sick. Dialogue, "In'Want of,a'Servant.

9 t near New River this week.' .people W. T. Turner they was are in Lake\. Song, "God Be With You "Till We = GOOD SIGH / i
, 1\ : \: T. J. Andrews, of Lake Butler Meet Again."' V
: lion ,, Monday on a pleasure and busi-
! ; was here on business

I Miss Nellie Logan and Rhino : trip:combin Acute Indigestion.

! ;. I i Donald returned to their ,Floyd find R.' A.: Green ..;'"I.was,annoyed for over a year by TO LOOK FOR \
finished,taking the agricultural =
j- >;.h 'Lake Butler Saturday1-afternoon ; attacks of acute .indigestion followedby f
in our school $ of this"county... / ./. ", .
ter having taught constipatiOn, writes Mrs. M. J.
'J. 0. Turner and'j i family, of
1 I ;several weeks. ; Gallagher, Geneva, N.;Y. "I tried everything -
. were visiting-friends at New On highway
,;\ or byway Royal Palm
, } .; ,Mr| D. H.. Moseley visited ; that was recommended to :

1 1 ?Butler one day last;week. Sunday. ,p 0. me for this complaint but nothing did .;;
N Moore and stands
J. family spent
': Mrs.'!Lame Johnson is visiting me much good until about '4 months supreme. p
day"at Worthington Springs last
1 t t' '. atives near Starke this week. '* '" ago, I, saw'Chamberlain's Tablets'ad-

I ;- i r ; Mr. Lonnie; Futch visited Lake Mamie., Parker has been, attend-, .vertised and'procured a bottle of the Take it: with you on the day's outing or ; .

I rler Saturday., 1 ,tat ,at my druggist. (soon real-
; : V ,. } Miss Beatrice Boney, of.. the house' party'given by Miss';ized that" had gotten the right thing stop at ..the'wayside inn and. enjoy, the 1
n 6
1 Reddish of
I I t ;.' r .f the guest of her sister, Mrs.' ..lake.i Lawtey, at'Kings- ,for they helped me at once. Since refreshing,flavor of this delightful beer. ifMi
: j Puruisant at State Prison bottles of them I can'eat
} .7 the taking two E
.t ,., A. D. Andrews made a business. i Irma Andrews, of this place heartily withoutfany bad effects." Quenches thirst, relieves travel fatigue p J o V '. I }
> a few days tof last week at i
; i'.' '. to Jacksonville Tuesday. < Butlerwith her "friend, ;Miss Sold ,by all dealers.- and :helps make the day of recreation k'I
::: Mr. Clint'Richard, the h -
$ : O'Quin,,who\has been visiting LITTLE SPRINGS. more enjoyable. B
! t'F' :;,. ,Burance man, was here \CKSONY1J f F
the home of her, sister, Mrs. F....N.I -' -
c ;'. business. .
I drews -
of
f .... V Avery Gunter made a visit to that place. Everyone must. remember ,Sunday '
: I T.. J. and J. W. Poppell, were ON SALE MOST ,EVERYWHERE
; tertown Saturday and Sunday. school at Sardis church next.Sunday AcxsoNti'life. ip' N
I at the house party given byj morning' which will be conducted in I
:; think his visit'was of rather.a f
,-
;0 Reddish at Kingsley lake.. ;
: ant nature.' connection with preaching services. liuwlltri
,f 'I is nothing 'to be done about
z': Our enterprising: town Also prayer meetingjSunday night at Jacksonville Brewing Co.
these' y but ,to gather corn :
; going, after the municipal 7 o'clock sharp. -
,. j Kthis time. '\ pick cotton, so as,to get the.razor 1rIr.-;Johnnie Drawdie died Tuesday.J V
\. I ,' : in the fields aijd then there is about 12 o'clock.! "The" .laid
J. C. :;Byrd and family'visited body was ii
Worthington Sunday. to be talked'about but the 'to rest at-Elzie's chapel on WednesVday. Jacksonville, Flortdal' '

1 T. Handley returned from but the New River farmers are 1'I He was a'victim of that dreadful
to have bread and meat and' leavesa bOriEMIAf4 ,,3r(1.
disease He
t sonvflle Tuesday: : .consumption. ,
Ophir Cull will fill regular hard times.a*- 'I I a wife,:and:three children, besides a'l| ..

t pointment at the Christian Lois Kelly was; the'week-end host of ,relatives., Them friends"'extend ': .
of her aunt 'Mr .Ball of Lake
n .
Sunday. to them their deepest'sympathy. '

'.J.,-.Farrell attended union_: \ "' The unveiling exercises of the monument Mr." and, Mrs. D. B. Lynn, of Mi- midst, was in,evic evce. The Boutonsare CITY Hlll;: .,i.l:
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1 V ing,held at Brooker};on.last Myrtle Williams spent last erected to the memory of Mr. canopy, ''are visiting relatives and off, and with them goes the good .;...."i.:.(:,

-W. C.' Whitten and E. N, with her cousin/Miss Eva Ed- D.'.J.Nes Smith, who. departed from friends this week. wishes of the people of Hampton, together Rev:,Willie: :Taylor [and,.4 rk.,:)h,-

V&V' returned from Baltimore and .of Worthington Springs. this world on April,14;. took place atElzie's Mr. McCook, representing the Armour with a,hearty, God, speed" on John, delegates from Cal !tA] '

Ky .northern pointsthey W. M., Parkef was in Starke Chapel Sunday morning by the Co.,of Jacksonvillewas r in their long journey.' church, near the'Whit? Housethrough /]
:'Jt ,Saturday and attended the union Brooker the first part of. theweek.. Mrs. 0. K. Prince returned Monday '
it t 41U' their. winter'slock. of Providence W. 0. W. .camp and Mil- here Thursday: l.e

+ A h. dise; at China Grove on Sunday. ler and Worthington,camps assisting. from an extended visit" in West Flor the union meeting" which' net 1.
'. musical entertainment '
t'. 4IIf'ow..Mr. and Mrs Banker. Byrd i'E', was a Misses Katie and Armontine Du- HAMPTON, ida. lem church on Friday. ; :':r .
'
at the home of Mr. J. B. Crews.
.y stained .at their home Thursday bose were at the union meeting at -' ;Our school is progressing nice.

.. tag last,in honor of their da seemed to'enjoy them- Brooker Sunday, and reported a nice Mr. Jno. L. Scotten, who has been ,HIGHLAND. / der the ablev managementHf.,...
y to the limit '
and
; '. ,Minds Eva's sixteenth birthday., there was .a time. leader'of ,the musical programs for -- ". '! .' Florence,Crews, there being,'24 j
"' of chicken pillau for .
f' present'were Misses Eva and everyone. Mr. S. W. Dubose attended the the different plays produced at the Mrs. J. B., Savage and little son, enrolled now. \ .";

, .: .' \ :Byrd Vera Sapp, Sallie and '{ .pronounced': evening a meeting at Brooker, also, as a delegate hall, left last Saturday for Laredo, J. 'B., were .vtSiti 1g: 11r''parents,.Mr. Mrs. H., B. "Hudson("returned*!-:

I Walker, Mazie Simons, .Nannie success. If from Sardis Baptist'church.. A Texas, from which point he will go 'Wilkinson week after,a couple of weeks']ti'
and.Mrs E. on the account
o <:'" drews, Beatrice Borey,'Virginia ', good ,deal of interest is being manifested to Mexico,City, to accept''position Jacksonville. and. looking ntrl: ., .,
'MILLER.A of the. illness of her., mother, whichwe ; ';:(
: an, Gladys Crawford, Vesta in prayer meetings held at the as superintendent in a large rubber) ter.. '

t << Nellie Logan, Rhona MacDonald' Sardis .church on Sunday nights'. All factory.' In the departure. Mr.; are glad to state is improving. Rev. James Strickland a.'l1'Hr.!']'
'Mr. Ben Rand and children -
were
: .tie and Loco Anderson,>Dora good many from this community are cordially invited to be present Scotten, Hampton loses a mighty fine ; Wimberley went from Highla
-
U'yV the guests of Mr.J. T. Man and fam- i
': n Tones, the,unveiling-of"the.monu- in an effort to reportIast meeting man, and 'the. regrets of the entire delegates to'the union meeting

e '.ter Whitten,,.Clarence Ritch, erected],by the;W. O..W.to( the success. '; population accompany' him 'on his ily Grand Sunday Sunday and A.all M., and visited reported Judge a ,met at Salem Baptist,chuielL4returned

.Andrews- Everette Rowe,'Fred of the late Sovereign D. J. Miss Tommye Rimes returned in journey, -while' the good.wishes for at about midniht....
nice time eating '
I i ford, Walter Graham, Earl s Smith at Elzy' Chapel last Sun- company with Miss Lillie Berry, 'of his success are extended by alI / grapes. night, and Monday''morning"r
Miss' Agnes Wilkinson, who has '
'. Ewy .Gunter, .Lonnie ;JFutch, f 4 Alachua, Sunday, afternoon, after a I As usual, the play The .Old New been teaching school near.Macclenny, to the writer'a good time. '

y 'Sapp and Ernest Wells.' Elder S. W. Colson, of, Gainesville, short visit to friends in Ala hua. Miss ,. Hampshire Home," as produced by is home on account of the illness of Mr. Martin Taylor ,and wif :

,r' The Hisses Hauirds who an interesting .sermon to a P'irry;: will! remain as the'guest. of Miss the Hampton, dramatic club, under her mother.Mr. little son, Clarence,, of 'Hugh;:

, a' millinery store in A.. D. %ed audience. at this place last Tommye., :.,. the directioh'of F. H. Spicher, at the Charley Wilkinson, of Clay the day Sunday. with Mrs..Strfci

:afore during the. spring months ... The\sing at Sardis conducted by Masonic Hall last Thursday night, Hill and children.f'
I was the guest of Miss Maggie
C expected'to return;at ;an early A. Hiers and mother, of;Dukes, Mr. Futch is getting on finely. Friday was a decided success. The entire Crews Sunday afternoon.Mr. Miss Mary Padgett visited:.

f ', to open their fag and winter Mr. and Mrs. H. $ Millar Sat- and Saturday' are ,the. .,singing lture 01 ten cents for eacar R1sJ Clay Hill'school Tuesday, :
.... ; .. E. P. Thomas, of Macclenny,
H .. millinery. v X, y't- .t.- 4t days.War ", evening's entertainmentwas, rendered was visiting Mis's Agnes Wilkonson The rain has somewhat ceased

I :' Mrs: Netie Maxwell .visited : visited war;war, that 'seems to be without a hitch and while space will the work on the -dip vat has
R.: C. of Tavares afternoon. "
: 1 { .ters,'at T.,'C:'Haien'at:Brook and Peoples relatives, in thi/commun- the principal topic of the day. Surely, not permit personal mention to each Sunday Mr. and Mrs.Geo. Wilkinson, of again. We hope for, a speedy(.. .t< ...'--

i '= ', V ,Friday_ Saturday and Sunday. ; it's an age.of war. And, yet, is thereno individual character, :special mention :
weeks! Hill the of Mr.'and tion.The
of last '
guest
severaldays Clay were *
I l.' Mrs. .J.; E. Byrd, of .- way to check it? We all have our must be acknowledged to the ladies farmers have been,50

" : returned to .Raiford Tuesday { Russell ;is,',very popular and his opinions concerning the answer to who took part in the play and assisted Mrs.Mr.E.Frank Wilkinson Williams Sunday.of Raiford busy getting their,land ready,,for'" .

!. r' '1 noon, for the purpose of. f friends are always'glad;:to see this 'question. Let's all'hope for. the in rendering the pretty program.It I. setting out of strawberry'plants... Jl.
1 was the guest of Miss Florence Marr
f : : infant. son treated .by Dr. He; is one of the:.Jboys that is dove, of peace. is the verdict that The Old (New jut Wilkinson seems to have:gut

i J < FaraelLy ng good in other'fields. Hampshire Home" was the best of the Sunday afternoon. lot all ready_ set and is .still u,
$.d'
Mr. John Man and Mr. Glen Crews
i" Ernest Wells wenfto Lake .,,Thomas had sudden attack BROOKER. series of plays yet ever produced by and 'Mr. Carl Wilkinson attended the

'Sunday to be at the, bedside 0 sickness one day last;'Yeek. Dr. the club. Quite a number of Theressa NOTICE OF APP[I:Anos FOR TAXi

I : t sister, Mrs. Maggie Owens. [ of Alachua, ,was called and The leading ginnery of this place, folks came up and attended the preaching services at Lawtey Sun- UNDER. 4888.SECTION LAWS OF 8, FLORIDA.OF CHAT,,;.

U'n. Mr.'and Mrs! R. C. Keith r ve' him :relief. operated by Mr., M.' P. Matheny, has play and all expressed themselves as day. v Hereby notice fa fHvrn that Loeia.11.
W. E. Mars' visitor to
Mr. was a purchaser of Tax
\ to their, home at Dunedin, At'this wrtiing Mr. Thomas is im started up in full blast. having a most enjoyable treat. It is Jacksonville peetively 65 and 71e ianwd byatbss
Saturday morning,
returning
: 1" spending their, vacation. The union held to mis- lector of. Bradford eonntjr. r.orda.-
" ; .. IT here on the 28th, to be regretted that owing a on Sunday.' aid eertifieatea bearing elate of July W J
I' .., .., .. Our blacksmith, Foster Glover, is 29th and 30th was quite a success. understanding of the date that the baa filed laid cerf'fleatea !. mj oIb
' '\ o, f Mr. J. T, Crews and J. R. Man were baa made application for a tax deed_a
to the front as a smith. He Among the prominent people in at- usual crowd from Starke did not at- law. y -
I ,' .NEW RIVER._ I ( visiting his father, Mr. J. T. Man, sue in accordance vi' the
f \ now manufacturing a hay press to tendance were, Hon. A. D. Andrews, tend. Everybody is now anxiously Sunday.Mr. !ands The in laid Bradford eertlfteatrare county.! Florid,-;

i I '' Miss 'Phyla 'Renfroe has I operated by hand, which will be of H. C. Peeples and Joe Kite.. awaiting the announcement of the Ervan Wilkinson was visitingMr. it'.w.the in'date the of the luoaDee and under of sad,datil.

, 't' from Wauchula, where she has help' tathesmall. farmer. Miss Ethelyn Owens has, quite an next bill to be attempted by 111e club. McPherson's Sunday. numbers herein name if Ur repeeUvelr ,

I I.: visiting relatives.( I Mr. Arthur W., Dougless and Miss interesting music class. Miss Owens Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Griffin, who Mrs. H. C. Wimberly and son, Har- et Certificate forth to-vit number: 65 embraces .WiWoodlawn ,' '

#' .Hr. El. S*Futch, of Lake City 'Dukes, daughter.Mr. and Mrs. teaches instrumental and voice and is have been located in West Florida for ry; and daughter, Winifred, and Mr. section i4. township S, tae/: .
I Dr Dukes, Jr., were united in mar- quite an addition to the social time returned to 10 acre,assessed Amelia Phifer.f
: visiting Mr. W.. T. Turner! on side. of some past Hampton George Wilkinson .all took a pleasant Certificate number -VI embraces 1otY'"

on Sunday, August: 30th at 4 society here. Sunday. A cordial welcome was eXtended walk Sunday afternoon.Chamberlain's Woodlawn.aeetion IT township 6, raaea- ,...

i i HOW CHILDREN P. M., in the'presence of a Mr.,Shriver has just returned from them.Hampton x 10 Unless acres laid aaseased certificates unknown shall be redeemeI_

circle of friends and relatives, +ho north, where he has been purchaSing was well represented at cording to law. tax deed will 1Nue' ,
> Colic Cholera and on the 28th day of September A. D. I'HjIj
S. W. Colson, of GainesVille of- his immense for Starke and ird I
Children grow by stock fall. Saturday and Sunday! on ac Witness my official signature .
overloaded Mr. and Diarrhoea Remedy. the 27th day of August A. D. 1914w.T. <<' &:.:
stomachs Mrs. Mrs. I. A
.... .. or rich t Pouglass Moody has been sick quite ount of the Christian church conven- WEEKS '
., polities ruing that are blood readily' the best wishes of the entire I while with fever. We are glad to tion. We will let the Starke scribe ,"I advised'the.'boys' when they'en- (Seal) '"
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': !' l'.' tt I qualities from ordinary foodS and'happy life. Claude Mott. is :.seriously ;iLTTe Mr.,C. .E. Bouton and his two pret- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and

.. ,1 Iy. ,' J.a'II weakness your children, ,dullness are and tinder-size sickness., I Miss Mamie Harrison, of Alachua, has the attention of Drs., Lamb *v daughters, Misses Majorie and Jessie Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and Invigorating to the Pale and' .._.

: catch cold easily are visiting her brother, C. H. ,Harri- gird Bishop. We hope to see him better left Hampton for Medford, Ok-' have received 'many thanks for the The OJdStaltdan! r JerRI ftreogtlieaiGROVE'S

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.. healthy flesh,. firm muscles appetite and very'successful term' of school on J *;. W. Hazen have each purchased a folks of the community; say'the Zon- traveling' at home should be without : '

.,, '", bcaias. Scott's. growing-food of last week. They gave an i "A-d d 8'11 mobile. Several more here I tans 'off, and another demonstration this great. remedy." For sale by Get our prices for printing_ Mjwfll
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