Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
lccn - sn 95047406
System ID: UF00027795:01986
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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1.t-"" _, :Granting Franchise I :AUSTRIANS DEFEATED. + l ji,3 i .i : .2. illi +. WILSON' REPLIES. ++ Alleged to Be*'Short\Several l"; .:' ;x
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|fti like: Butler Telephone. *t LONDON-Sept. 16.The official + ++. ,'+ Hundred DollarsIn, .Hisl: ". J
Washington, Sept. 16.-President + 1 -\
111 j': '' Co. Passed. bureau tonight announced + : 'l + o Accounts ', '.
;: : : { 1 Wilson, today replied to the + ; ,
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that the Russian official +. message recently received from'+ '

..i metl..pIar session Sepppnl .t sources state the defeat of the + + Emperor William protesting + F. N.. Andrews, tre 'ofrad' : .

.,f f 011 Present were E. S.'fiahman I t Austrian army in Galicia is complete + + against1 the alleged use of "dum # ford county, is a fugitive from!- Ju9-':* .. I .

. i+: i J.'W..Andrews, ,* though full details have + + dum" bullets. He said he had + tice. He has disappeared and his '' '
f 1i 8.i d,1 Bryan N. D. Wainright ,t not been received. Austrian J + received the communication with + whereabouts at present are unknown; :.- -

ygM1 ea.of last meetings. were read ,+ losses since the fall of Lem- + + the. greatest concern but it + It is alleged .that.from time" la 'timer' & I t'

1"?.a ."rov-. ,+ berg are estimated at" two hun- + would be unwise and premature ,+ appropriated public money t,.his'." _

".f|.|iTfce ekrk;,Was instructed to serve ,+ dred and fifty thousand killed+ r + of the United States to express + own private use and that-'the'sum of;" "''

.f ddewalk'notice' N. T., Bitch for ,*''and wounded one hundred thousand + + any final" .judgment in the con-- + his peculations aggregates several

itatinralk.oaEighth; street + prisoners and four hundred + fr i + troversy. + hundred dollars:; ;and it is suspected '>,: ,

p'iitolion.by l Mr. Wainright_ seconded + guns captured .+ + The message is almost identi-' that an' investigation place his< i

"by Xr1 Bean that special police offi- + The Gemlans';made a desperate + + cal with the speech.made by the + transactions in a worse light;than= is. .' !

e n be!paid only$1.50 per day in the + effort to 'save the Austrian + + President to the Belgian. com-, + dreamed of at"present, ,; *:" 0

tit rL i Motion carried. army .but, failed completely. At + +mission, which protested against + The treasurer's' office has, been un < -

..%&Tlie i eierkwas_ ordered to draw scrip + one point the.Germans lost 36 + .1. #' the alleged ,German atrocities.'4 der suspicion for some time. Several .

*..bi.bloc of bond trustees for $387.50t + pieces of artillery and at anoth- + + months ago a probe into the .tteasur- i :

; :be :A'. ut.of waterworks. .f'd.. *' er several dozen pieces .of siege + I ++++++++f++#+++ H++fI++ er's affairs was instituted and 'under! '.. ''
'ho. was authorized to + d.
gl'} ."'!'A"o.u$800.0Hrom- artillery. I the pressure brought to bear' upon

.:j'tilMfer{ ( road and bridgeI'fpd + SEEKING BURIED TREASURE him at that time, Andrews resigned..' .. -r

_ toleneral fund to Jab up out-: ++,++* 11111111111111MEETING ++i'.+ J Y 4 } t .. Subsequently however, the' governor i -

i qi&g scrip. Spirit of Adventure Not DeadIn was petitioned to reinstate Andrews, .

ftVAi ,-Jinanee"was presented by the OF THE W.. c. This Prosaic Age. j which he did, and the investigation ;# : ,

I,ltd*:Butler. ,telephone, company,for a I was dropped. t
'W'rto use streets' for a long Event Held at alleged
.Pleasant, Social This is called a commercial Lately, it is Andrews has ,
'....1me: :Action deferred to Fri- been ;
Brooker September 8. t Ve"0' J. The people of our time are supposed drinking heavily and'gambling '
eight, September 11. a and which he
,.d4 i to.be eminently praCtical. Such incurring obligations ;
': f.D. C.'Jones laid over untilsting Magnolia Grove No, 59, W. C., a sue things as superstition chivalry, romance -:1 I I could not hope .to meet Matters*' ; 1,

)lit ; held a very interesting meeting on and adventure are supposed to I came to a head at Worthington' Mon-- .: _
.It' ? f's' report showed colleclT 8. There were a large day. Andrews lost heavily in a game '
} September be out of date but they are not. The : j.
:tlisrr A iast- number of visitors I. of cards at' that place and gave '
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H. Brafflqr 2.69frew.tonaty BRADFORD II
:nV\b S. COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL checks to his losses: At: the t
Cora cover
yM \: road .and' bridge, We had with us Sovereign tion is abroad in the,land, chivalry is' "' '

'&f'' :. '-- atmt 11.10" Fielding State Manager, of Jackson still in flower and romance broods |' psychological. moment Robert ;Anidrews .. ,il' 1

:. '. '. 351.111 ville. She delivered a short oration everywhere. a brother of Fr N, Andrews; 'r

,,"''{ J! < on wood craft. which was very edify- WILL OPEN MONDAY SEPT. 21 Black Creek flows into KingsleyIke. I knocked at the door. When the"! door ,

.: t''.U.A..t'. : _..............1252.74Qe to all There were four new. I was opened he stepped into:the.room* .f
ing ap- Near the mouth of this creek
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...j ohmdrd t.usof plications handed in for membership.We the ruins'of' old built with two drawn'rev lvers'and ordered =,;
: ..'d rd hip. .fad ................nOl.I.x"t are. expecting more in the,near The opening exercises of'the Brad-. years to, have bonds, talks for themlpra's are an bridge the two men who were in the room' -
J'tiIIRI& .... ., by the Spaniards many years ago. At
... -15910eit future? fprd,, County High School will be at ofr them, influences': the apa- the'time' the bridge was built a road with F. N.: Andrews to throw up:there -. .
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"i mol't. '
served consisting the new school. thetic'and indifferent Bonds are voted hands which they did without any; ,
'" Refreshments were building Monday, September skirted the lake at this point. Thereis :
W ...... ........- UCLa 'lemonade: and' Mrs. for the house is built the contractor ceremony. Then F; N. .Andrews'ro- .
of cake
j......... ... alnei ..w e. IelMwas by 21, at 9:30 A M. It is thewiSh a .tradition that a large chest of I .
; w..... -: ,1. ftJ1L". .. "...a..J j&ulaluHamUr. *Mrs ...Ada-"Forsytb. turns the keys' over to the .school the covered the checks he had giyen them"and ; ,
| gold vkinr
Spanish jn
of'the priricipal faculty cwad buried (; 11 7.
M L 1r.-Ae5rm '..eaedk.sax ..00"f"'I and"the board:the :bo rdin'ium iUms'themover = .... .,
; them ;
destroyed them and relieved'
,:. \""' '' n I Mrs. A. M. Shaw and Mrs. S. H. Nabb: bund- ity of the old bridge. The story is I a + :w W( Y i
0Q94eI.pMsi: : :1.arM September'15 was the day set for ,that,the dedication of the new J to the teaekers. and our young of, several Hundred dollars ..m'usb...' .( -
( that the of the
>-: ,... .. ...00r. I, ing will be appreciated by the citizens paymaster Spanish t
business man looks smiles After that forced of the
Mrs. on, complacently they one ;
1.,& ..... IaIu7 I' ,7.10i the next meeting day. Fielding of occupation in Florida while ,
i .. ...,. ,....'.fw '---=.. .52.59t.IA will be With 'to instruct along the and patrons of the town, and that as and says mentally like Jack men at the point' of a pistol to-ac; ;
....... .. -- ..... U on his way from St. Augustine to a '
.. ,.. ....... I many of our. people as can Homer "See what 'smart I them to Lake with-the
... I ,. -- lice secret. ,work:also the'memorial. exercises. conven-l a boy am. point in West Florida to the company City "-
: "I ,.. .;;=_._-=_ ,'l2.$ iently do so will be present Monday It is up to you now. He then returnsto pay intention of intimidating him inio jnv-. ">,
: '"Co-A.S",111I' ,1.11 Spanish soldiers,there, was attacked
.,. .... Co" The remainder of the evening was morning. State Superintendent Sheats j his store; his farm, or to his office ing F. N. Andrews a mortgage onhis;: *' ;.. .
," ..., ,..... 11II1 1.75Auty .. and near Kingsley lake by a band.of In '
Captain State
."; TsWrss ,.... .: 50.4'h spent in social 'conversation.: ,All departed and in a short while has apparently dians. } He and his men buried the property to secure alleged gambling t s
'I.... IN.else! -.-' -. ------" toi for their homes expressing School: Inspector, have been invited forgotten that there is such a thing / I debts due Andrews, but'for some rea-".
of the bridge
"LOI chest
l'"' money near: over "
....- .. 1.LII" themselves as having had a most. en- 'and are expected to be present I as a school in town. And there is no Black Creek to prevent it from ,falling -',''son this plan'miscarired. The aotoI -1 -*
.. LOO joyable time. The new school building is a build- institution in the world that is as I i I mobile in which the trip to Lak: .City* ; mi
: ... into the hands of the red men. ::4 '
....,... .. ,1Mfit' LHr' 'A MEMBER. ing of which not, only Starke but Brad-I I sensitive to public opinion, not even The, paymaster and all his men were I 1 was made had been'recently'purctai- ;" -

"' ,LH ford county may Indeed be .!. the various,legislative.assemblies of ed by .Andrews and "paif'fordt.'fli. '
killed by the and no man
--.-. 1.ac There is not in aH Florida a school the nation school. We check the funds.
; as a village said by a on county
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.. LII Assessor,R. A. :Weeks. knows where the treasure was buried, t '
,... ... LOO ,I : Silas Kite. building, not even excepting the need and must' have not only the financial Shortly after?Wi .escap 'de"Andrews'a 3I
Marshal and Collector- I although efforts have been
: many *
,,<., aw tW.' .= lsi" .. sr..;s. .-ZOM:I Night Marshal Ed, Burnsed. ,I buildings on the campus of the State j I., but the moral support of the made to find it. 'A. glance at'the numerous I suddenly disappeared:and no'traee* of' !, : '

Y.j. .>fillm AMD UIDGS FUND.' University Gainesville. more perfect community. Come' to see us, visit him has yet been discovered. | -- '* e
:.5i W r Sr.Mr s IIIIP1r CQ, ,Iur iBids for' city jail were presented : excavations that have been -*
,.,.:." '-"'" .laW WIIIk' ------, WI I II in design and convenient in arrangement -J I our schools.. It is always a ,source of made shows that recent attempts I Robert Andrews was'arraigae4- 'in- ; s '
'. ..... ........,. "'H bj There is not a detail that inspiration to both teacher .and county'court -Thursday. He' Waived,' + : :
:'. .. ... .. IUSJ. A. Bradley, .... 735.00 pu- have been madeto unearth the .traditional .
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..9 itok .. 112.00 I could be improved upon. Our 'people I Ills to know that citizens and patrons examination- and was held for"'the Jt, -
.... IUI a C. Jones __________ 550.00 treasure.
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\' have willingly and gladly voted an interest in school affairs. I grand Jury under a bond of $1,000 s.
2 h1.. .... i :--:..-----__-- ---- 1.11 Lumber & Co 625.00 upon :
Supply -
Quigley' ;
,. 11. Wkta, _........... 110 themselves a bonded indebtedness of Children who have not fallen over. which he furnished. ": .. : :, '
& .....' es .____ .-_- -- 112.2 Motion by Mr. Andrews seconded BUY A BALE OF COTTON. f..,: .- ;,
..... .. 35000.00 for' the 'benefit of :their 10 below the required average in more :r : .
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Mr. Bryan that action be deferred I'\
f\ .. lLU by children. There is,. perhaps in. no than two of his texts will be THE '
.. next regular meeting. Motion car In a proclamation in this 'week's ,. ,.
,,,, .,,,, 14.4017J1 to other form of : > _.
(l b -; -------- public independence another trial the first week of schoolChildren Governor Trammell t.. ..
...'._.. ried. Telegraph re- TRADE. .
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that is bonds for school \e 'Years'old J' > .
us so popular as who will six by :
;fi the ;
r and of ,
.. 4... -. lL1J1116 :An ordinance granting the Lake quests urges every citizen ,* ',,- > ..$
; But when voted for
purposes. once the first of January win be admittedto '
'.;-' 1 r"'" Ce.:,eo ca1U Butler Telephone Co., a franchise to state who is'able to buy one or more The Starke board of trade will J r.Idt ',
:fir' 11'1.10 I the average town"takes but little interest the school at the beginning of the therefor i'r.. -t.: dT
lr.,.... ...... .-& -n IUS use streets for a long distance tele- in the school affairs. Our term. Applicants for the Chart Class' bales of'cotton- paying not meeting at the court house Tu;'s-; : ', i;', j, !
.. .. .' IN.1I la
less than
"'fJ. .. phone line was read first time in full ten cents a pound. This I
'1: """: '" LU young business man will work for will not be admitted after October 19. day evening, September 15, ,for the'j ,:t' '. >'r l.;;:
I ..... ... .. I 1.88 J Upon motion rules.were waived and i movement' spreading; over the cotton .' > ..."t "'.$ 7. '
.#.64. .....'Ii...: -1.00 f ordinance was read second time by ,, belt and'; Starke should keep up purpose of electing officers'azdtratts- i.. .!': i r'; 't f

f'i'W t\X FUND.' NU'.I its title. MOTHERS' CLUB. COTTON GINNED IN FLORIDAWm. : with the procession. Every man in acting such other business ,as' '.way,' ':-. ,,J. :ii-.c ;

,. ...4D.OUl.. 18Ul1 Upon motion, the rules were further ----:- I Starke. who can. afford it should buyat I come before the meeting, Every ciii-;:. : -'.!'J.I .5i'-\<:;' x

< Ggeeattook' a .recess to Friday j waived and.ordinance was read The Starkemembers, of the Twentieth J. Harris director of the census i least one bale of cotton. lt is a zen of Starke who is interested.tlc.. _. 0 'i1' ;

";'l it,:September '11,, 1914..Y third and 'last time and. put on its safe investment and it will help your welfare.of. the town should be prase t" : :: :'
Self Culture Association of
Century department .
commerce, announces '
I ,.ytl"'f' .who has sell You at this
passage. The vote being as follows: neighbor cotton to meeting and take paU'lntl1C1'I.. ,_' J; _;
11 M14. met at' the school house Thursday the preliminary report of cotton i cnn thus contribute mite toward'deliberations. If ". '
.j PWAY;SEPTEMBER Ayes-Andrews, Bryan Matthews. I your you can. think.T \ ; .

;,P4i5btt-here E: S. Matthews, chair-j Nays-None. ,- September 10, for the purposeof ginned by counties. in Florida, for the I relieving the money ''stringency and an'tbingthat-,would ,advance.iI"the, 11211,> "'' t:.'.4 f ..,

,2..W: ; Andrews, and S. A. Bryof Council adjourned to regular meeting electing officers and hying plans crops of 1914 and 1913. The.report: aid in restoring confidence in the.business terests.of Starke-attend.this _,-ti1-1 p ."_. .', -. .: \1'
4....... "l 1 'I night in ,October. for -an active aitamn tnJ winter:; vras-csde, public for the .state at 10 world. Besides, such a move- }and not only help.#by the influence, of' ;: ".. ..c ,. f

r."'ffOtRSa election held on ..ptem'UJ"jeann8S'Cl C. A. FUTCH Clerk. The. following officers! were elected:: : A..M.-03 Tuesday, September 8. The ment here would ,bring business: to your presence, but .by; offering.nd.. t"'" 's ,;', ". <,'"' ; .i

) $ .by .board andlau Starke. Buy a bale of cotton. ful suggestions. :. ,,' l.:. ..-
for '" .
Mr3. R. A. Weeks, President I t tmourts for the different counties ,. ",7 .. :
ed : ; !
'f' tliefoh'lwingtree. : :
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.. Mrs. A. M. Darby, Vice PresidentUrs. .. !the crops of 1914 and 1913 are fur- COLORED SCHQOL'OPENED. ''J "tjThe "
jolcd _____ 183 STARKE AND E
: a e I' I PERRY TIE! t' :< :;" >: >{
I t. Lor.doi*,. Ser+.. I/-The Gernais' J. C. Poppell, Sjs'y-Tress.-: : :1 nishcd for publication in'the local pa- ..:..-, ,. .', 'tr.

," '\/_ 1s:.'Ri:: over ___, _--- '112 less than a fortaic-ht ago: wcro at the Regular meeting: will be. held 01 I I The> PJ.. E. colored jgr2dad school Stalks Grays, .held .the reny : < ', .,3
.. ,t; }1c.QJorge. _______ 1 each pers.Quantities are in running bales and opened Monday, September 1with, + '. ,', ,
--..::. ; gates of Paris with their right Tnng the first and ttird. Wcdnssdays cpropriate eserclsas. A far \\baseball! outfit: one of the strongest -i, :, > 'k. ';-e- ,
iJ:,:; I of the next meeting will counting: round as half bales. Lb. ; rtnn-r .
extl''t1ing southeast city. .JTo- month. The : regular ;amateur tasetall ;
organizations ia
then .. \/. ;.4
--J1' ber of the patrons and fri25da of the .\
\ ; 1:Mathevts _-!_-----105,. day they are'cL wn 11-;> n a straight be held at the residcr.ee cf Mrs. J. M. ters are not included. I state,,, dawn' to 'a tie ia;,a'seraa'nf; : :.|' ,' : ,I
.. school were present. -It predicted : ::.* : 1
13 !
.. f 64 i Crop '
j frner .r.e. :- line .extending: from No;*>n on the Alvarez'the first Wediesdav in October. -I I County ,' the A. ,ni pb'g games played here last Thursi/: :* if. : j!
...i'jar WMtd ..... .. 91, Boisforces The.princi-: 1914 1913 tint principal 0. Jenkins,..andjhs ''
west M.
P. .
----; -- ; to on the Meass, the,7 at 3:00 i havc'a day Friday: and Saturday. '*. .

w i V.WWs .-..--------- Ul i north of Verdun, with their left rt- pal: rubject: for discussion at this next Total ..-___ 5,214 2,960 !: assistarta will .suiTepfaltana. .The first game was,I, to Jn'.favor: .

Alachua _____________ -U7 80 Colon-d people arc. urged ti, ; .j'I
; insf on the German fortress cf Metz, mcetingjtrill be "What Constitutes a of Perry. the.'sesoad 1.''to'l 'and.th3
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:: 4nj.a. '1.h'______....__.133 1 while the 'remainder of their army Modsrn Good Mother." All membersare Bradford ______________ I sehd eduent'their children to school regularly third game 5 ,to/O.m' favor,of ,Starki: |:
> iii L _________ 121 12Columbia to them aid elj).then to be; *I ,
,. ...:' : has also had to retire before the urged to attend and visitors cordially Tome nsefsl ,nskinj: ths general:result tie.. = ,
: 'A., .,,Crews-\ _:_ 133 to cf the _: ___ 19! 38 JSCTDM( cf' the comnua- = .
".-L -- -- whole could tied ground on which invited. The welfare -- l, *_ *. The Starke boys are.veri'proud ; .ff;, .i'

.,NteTu' Fs@lr: rtrfrel ..I make another 'stand against the al child, Li homo, school chsrch and Hamilton ___.________ 97 1 Y their achievementandttey" have.a'Tichtjto ofrtw*. "":", .:'T" ,.-
..,'. ) 1 1W b' __ 128 Holmes .: _________ 491 ,:{rN9 ,., .. -. "" <
--; lies' sdranee.There'is state is the first consideration: cf this ,, I' MEETING OF VETE1MJS' fe; inasmuch. :rts the :: D
Perry :
;' : ':.ard Collector: little doubt that the Ge organization urd evry nan, woman Jackran ______-..____-' 2,346 IS 1J& ; teara'is composed-of-.veterajipliTsrs. i .. '" ;i." ,:

te .. __. 2rso'7___________ '" 156 Y' ..."7 .
:.... u -125'j T"IL1S intern to fight; on this lire with and child Jn Starke is vitally inter J.> J. P'cklKri Camp, No. 1716 U. and some_ lesfuert ard the/lStarke'Vi.; '. ., z ",<.1 ;

'..."kd'S ,.p ----..: 44k.'et I the 'Aisre.' ''er in front of the right ested and urged co-operate. with, 'I.-.! ye 2 _______-_. 1 I J. C. V.., w31 hold 4 meeting; ti the'eonrt- teem is made.: ,up" principally ct, <. r<. ':: :' : !':;L;;: i
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hills of '
Ill F.heims facing the center encourage and assist these worthy w 1 house in Sta"fce on Wednesday, Se'- yonn sters without much eTperiflawL: ? ." '" s-& _
:-" ,: Biirniftd'officers'" _' _. l.<:U.u! and the mon'it-.ii>s and forests of the mothers in this 2.ll. mportant work. Madison __________: 1W 39 tenbcr.; st 10 o'clock a. m.P ..Allfreshers fie iofntyB'( tho'we't at atid-ftze-: ," .; ,;. ", : 4
'.-'eWcpd wereS.Matthew8. cleclarP.'BocrftT. r-opTie on the left The 'American mother is the most Spwanncs _______.*___ 103 I of the camp are urged to be I of the members of rthe opposing tam'r:Jt .:--i. ; '

;, :}' Th.v.b-ve moved bark rteadily be- important factor in cur modem civilization -, Taylor.________.._ Present. "**" was, BO s p oa re nta'n otfcePble! 'thi'thV,."'1 "' Y
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f' until .the rieht 'wing morrow.; } Mthe first!ame; but they't; ;

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F .;;Henry. :Watferson: on :War I:+*, EARLY. HISTORY OF*+. ''I Ready.: .for. 1'omoJ'tow1I f

1j 1+ WORLD WAR. + eNerv OS? III Horses digest their feed less thoroughly tbaa. ._ ".
.. other farm animals. IB order to insure thorough .J.&w- BuD,.
in Europe I. I III digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your QSTOCK M1I1IE..
ii'iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiuEditorial' ,horses readier for next add Y
r .. r : Mr*. Waller Ybceat day's work to weirfTT""ff lad Itlll $

.. r' i ( from Lincoln, Neb. Free of Ply HOI N. C., ,I feed a' tfflffTXXMlfi' Of- :a .za:. ...... :,
Press.) writes: "For three Bimiseri -: cIeu.
tension. "I'must divert the mind of I I suffered from tI BeD STOCK lrslolms ..: t, ..
News .from the seat of ,war under I ,R.F!> i t favoring conditions must betaken my people'and consolidate.my power That the bloody war, which is devastating .'OOSJL.dreadlal I II MEDICINE

: the most. of salt and by achievements in armS'," he probably Europe, and is apparently pains ia my ,back: ad',, ; B win lessen your feed Una.II ; '
with many grains I said to himself. "I cannot leave i fides, and weak slaking aoc .. st JCf ai
dragging the whole world into it, was wffl Increase your profits.Favorite ,M ',,
without ;
i can never be) accepted remerre. the popular deluge that threatens as I spells.! Tare bodies of daWa. :;

S i: In this war the 'conditions are a legacy to a Hotspur son who may ,:not wanted by Germany, and that on Cardui, fee, w mu'l I p.

I most (favorable. Between the censors not be able to meet it." he argued, the part of the kaiser, everything pos- pl, tonic reJJmd! me entire1% : <

{ in the capitals and the 'jockeysat "and Germany is better 'organizedand sible was done to protect the various I I,. Ifeel[ J uk? another- 'iI '

the front actual facts find'it hard, equipped for war, her adversariesless powers against this catastrophe, are. 1)1 person, now.'!' 1': :

by wireless or grapevine, to slip so, than is ever likely again to proven and verified in some of the elucidations )I, TAD. .
t through to the world outside. All that recur." which appeared recentlythat "

-, we actually know is that Germany, in Thus Bonaparte. reasoned before is, July 31, 1914, in the columns ertilizer$

I t the beginning was ready for the fray, the Russian invasion. Thus all wouldbe of the Nordd Aug. .Atg (North Ger- i.Cardui i

I \ t and now at her very strongest and conquerors deceive themselves. man General News) ,in a special edi- -

ri best, has much the better of it in the They considered not the unseeablethe tion. ; i .

,, west that is, in her march on 'Paris unexpected-the chapters of ac On July 29th the kaiser received a I': "YJ,Ii.,
l 'I : .. :-. nd, as far as we can gather, a cident-the elements. In the Ger- telegram from the czar ,in which he 1)1, The Woman's M !;to':;

J' stand-off in the northeast, whence the man Kaiser, fatal miscalculation. urgently prayed Wilmlem II to help I 'II.I ...

. fl \ Russians still, at rather long range :The world could not brook a master him in this hour of serious moment.He \I for over .years, ARE BEST i
Cardui has been
i menace Berlin. !, 'of Europe in 1814. It can as lit begged him'in order to allay and >r'' helping ;
1>1 to relieve women's
; ,Obviously the allies are pursuingthe ter brook a master in 1914. The success forestall the awful misfortune of a unnecessary FOR q
, Fabian policy and playing a wait- of German arms would mean European war to do everything in his 'I) pains and t.

able to delay the advance of the Germans and France,' annihi- 1)1 buildiDgweakwomestup I
l ruin to England power to induce his Austrian copartner to health and strength. ALL CP.CPSINDEPENDENT \t

1 is clear gain. Already Paris lation to Italy, Denmark, Holland and from going ,too far.The kaiser It wfll do the same for rI .
, ,, ing game. 'Every hour that they are Belgium. If Switzerland should be answered on the same day that he accepted @), you, if i given! a fair trial n1te for CaUope. rv

',' has had time to prepare for a Siege left unabsorbed she would owe it to ,the task of mediation in view )I So, don't wait, but begin ... : b-

I.{ of many Jnonths. The 'Germans can her mountains and her poverty. Noneof of past friendship. He accordingly @I taking Cardui today, for 1-= i .,"

not afford a siege of many weeks. these results can the world submitto. inaugurated diplomatic action in Vienna KI.Its use cannot harm you, !;'ff;0;

: Their original plan of campaign With them achieved we should ; 1 lad should surely do yon rIi

t j' contemplated an onward rush west not be safe in America. With them While these negotiations are goingon \i) good. Inn I '

I I and south overwhelming the French achieved civilization would be but an the official news is brought in that 4O FERTILIZER CO'

:[ ; to the/end that, without danger in armed camp, and liberty fled to brut- Russia is mobilizing against Austro- @M O OnQ<

1" i their rear, the Germans,,could, with ish beasts.It I Hungary. At once the kaiser wires l JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i

\ ; the Austrians turn northward and: is unthinkable, inconceivable.The Russia that such mobilization any

II i '\ i', eastward, and meet the Russians withan Hbhenzollern is doomed. Evenif peace negotiations endangers if not RAISE FOODSTUFFS. o WE SELL SEED POTATOES .i if

I j j irresistible force and an immortal his troops should occupy Paris he is makes impossible. Yet those effortsat -

I ; stand of the Belgians disarranged this doomed. But the likelihood is that
f peace making continued at Vienna Live men must eat, no matter what
Ii'> ;, plan.The interposition of the English the Russians will be' in Berlin before and where English, and in an English else may happen. Food must be had -

" J win put upon it ultimate defeat. the Germans get into Paris, with I' direction, moving'propositions found for one hundred million population of Acute Indigestion."I r

'I"'. .4 The German Kaiser expected eithere William of Hohenzollern a prisoner of the warmest support on the part of this country, with much more to spare was annoyed for over "year" by

\. He thought that England's hands war as was Louis Napoleon, and the Germany; for another hundred'million, at least, attacks of acute indigestion followedby SEEDSWe

r. : t were tied by Ireland. He misjudged people of Prussia ,of Hanover, of Ba- These various plans and proposi- in the countries now at war. constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.

k' i the resisting power .of France. He varia and of Wurtemberg free to establish tions were intended to find a decisionin Only one European country among Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried ev- fill 1
/ .: did not consider Belgium at alL As whatever national autonomies, Vienna, yet before these negotia- those now working mutual destruc- erything that was recommended tome can your for Immediately -

i 'l a consequence his schism of conquest they please to establish as were the tions could be brought to any conclu- tion of the ordinary means of living for this complaint but nothing did all varieties of new crop'Jof t

l ,has lost an entire month. Instead of French after Sedan.-Louisville Cou- sion, an official report, that the order produces enough food for itself me much good until about 4 months ,

:. carrying all before opportunity hast rier-Journal. for mobilization of the entire Russian even in time 'of. peace. What. ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ad- I BERMUDA ONION SEED
t t been Russia to unlimber and vertised and procured a bottle of the
t given
and fleet, had forth. be the of the
army gone ever may outcome war, I ONION SETS TURNIP SEED) ,
England to get there. From( now on A DIME AND A FARM. Now, the kaiser sends a last tele- there will be an immediate demand tablets at my druggist I soon real-

ward each day will weaken the Germans 9 gram to the czar saying that the responsibility : for food, a demand that will increasethe I ized that I had gotten the right thing CABBAGE SEED OATS

and: strengthen the allies. Ger- Make a dime look like.a tiny farm, for the security of his longer war is waged, a demand for they helped ,me at once. Since RYE ETC %
to her fullest ten- taking two bottles of them I can eat
many is stretched and you will not be so wasteful of the country would force him to adopt defensive that is likely to end the war. "
sion. England, to say nothing about that he had heartily without any bad effects. Complete stock of garden. tad j
of the measures; gone With all channels of supplies from -
France, has just begun to fight. little silver Sold by all dealers. field seeds, poultry 'feed.,...
to the utmost limit with his efforts to outside closed, with half a dozen. na- I '
:Kitchener Joffre .and French have price of a cool drink! supplies, incubators, etc., ;'>:!
i. I maintain the Not that he
peace. car- tions in the condition of beleaguered .+...1.1111111111111..'P..
undoubtedly taken a suggestion, if Make it look like a farm? Yes,
ried the responsibility for the misfor- fortresses ,the condition rapidly taking WRITEFOROURFALLCAALOG :
not a lesson, from the famous Sher with bit of arithmetic like 'this: which : AND WEEKLY PRICB
h a tune was threatening the world, form in Europe, we may look for SEABOARD TIME TABLE. .

man-Johnson campaign in America Suppose, just for easy figuring 'some but that he had always kept faith 'a simultaneous movement in all the ---- .. LIST ON POULTRY. .FEEDk',.,j '
8th of
fifty years ago. .Between the worth with the friendship for the,czar and countries by the men and women not The following schedule is .
land is $160 an -
good farming <-<
\ May and the 17th of July, 1864, retiring his people. The peace of Europe in the fighting ranks for enough food now in effect: OLDEST ESTABLISHED AID,I*;
foot foot before the federals, acre. A rod, then is worth
by could even yet be maintained if Russia to keep them alive. They will not ask No. Jacksonville to Tampa + EST SEED DOUSE, IN nDIII
,i -.. under Sherman, the confederates only a dollar; and ten cents worth would cease to threaten Austria why food is scarce; they will not hesi- + due at Starke 11:02 A. M. +

1 t under Johnson made the line from will be a little more than twentyseven and Germany. While, therefore,'and tate to take it wherever it may be No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam- +

i j .' 'Dalton to Atlanta, a distance of a- square feet, or a little farm slightly during the time that Germany, by request found. pa, dae 'at Starke 11:14 P. M. + EJJofliflSeedCiNo.

'l!., 'hundred miles, so costly and dangerous more than five feet on a side. of Russia was engaged in agitations The armed forces may possiby be No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce- + .

that, except for the good generalship For a dime then, a person could and negotiations for peace, compelled to turn their weapons '. dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 + 206 East Bay St., '.;z
;: of Sherman, the union arms buy land enough to make a little gar- .
Russia was busy mobilizing its forces against their own people in riot and P.M. .Florldi
I' mast have suffered defeat There are den! And yet, think of the dimes Jacksonville
: and thereby endangering the security rapine unparalleled in history. No.4, Tampa to Jackson- +
those who believe that, except for the that 'are. thrown away every day for of the German empire, on Famine will put an' end to fighting. + ville,'due at,Starke 3:49 P. M. +

Untimely removal of Johnson, from things' that are sometimes positively whose part, up to that hour, there Then will come' the call upon this No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- +

the command, Sherman would still harmful., We know of boys and girlsin had been no extraordinary military country for food. If we have abun- + vile, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. + COFFINS

have had'to fall back on Chattanooga. Miami who are acquiring deplor- measures taken. Thus not from Germany dance, the call will be answered, withno + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville + CASKETS 1
He had lost in the battles about Reaaca and startingon And a roll UM of ,.. '
able girls
f habits-boys .but indeed and in fact, againstthe distress on our part. If we havea due at Starke 9:21 '

: and Kenesaw Mountain 'and a course that is, in more than one will of Germany, the moment arrived shortage, or if we have only sufficient + A.M. + Undertakers'Always SuppUII........

thence onward in Atlanta at least case, to establish them as dope fiends which >called the defenses of for our own necessities, the response + + on hand. The best sn'

three to Johnston's one, and the fight- and inebriates, simply because they Germany on the scene. to the foreign demand will Starke and Wannee Branch + vice at the lowest prices. ?p<
'. ing quality of confederates was as untamed have dimes to spend and no intelli- These are the facts! Whatever the be made at the expense e of our own ---- attention to Telegraph Orders;;':*i

at the last as at the first'of the gence to guide their spending. outcome, however the die of war at people. We must have no shortage.We +, No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 ... .- #d|

r seventy days. Thrift after all, is a great thing last may fall, and ,however the fates must plant corn using corn + A.M. + Registered Embalmer.";

.! Fabius himself in his memorable and may be so far removed from pen- Europe may form its history, Ger- generally for foodstuffs. Our farm + No. 104' arrives at Starke + -- )
''retreats before Hannibal was not have of the latter's attributes + 2:45 P. M. + '
ury as none many has not wanted wart Kaiser possibilities have by no means been, DcWlTT C. JONEStJ; :
S more skillful than Johnston in his and the best time for peopleto +
; Welhelm acted to the last minute '
.as exhausted. The United :States has Soccosoi to G. C LivbpJoo&Ur
; masterly"retreats Before 'Sherman. learn of thrift is in their youth. honest'friend of which Limited Trains +
an peace, as 1,141,000,000 acre sof land suitablefor
Johnson3fld TSnerman F Starke; Fla. j
were Suppose the dime spenders in Miami for --
twenty-six .he had
years proven ,,tilled crops and 361,570,000 acres
so equally matched that the campaign should, 'consider-each.bit of silver himself. non-tilled We + No. 9, Jacksonville to Tam- +
suitable for are
seemed! well-played game of. chess possible tiny'farm; suppose that inset That he accepted the role of media- crops. + pa due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + ;
tilling only 312,000,000 acres some-
two The + No. 10 to Jackson- +. +++++ III 111111111I+}
by experts confederacy was J' 'day'.oaforbsbfietaoishrdlucnifthstead tion all Tampa
at showed his good intentions, thing more than one-fourth of the
doomedn Even,,then, though ,the.rank of squandering money 'dimespenders and it + ville, dae at Starke 6:10 P. M. + + z"a
was a very especial favor of his possibilities, and little of our tilled 4ilif
and file ; tire bottom + T. J. Griffin + ,
not Agent
i did realizetit should endeavor to understand faith in the loyalty of Emperor Nicholas -
acres producing up to its potentialities' + '- !'. .
. was diopping'out of the tub: + +
the actual value of dime
a :as that he did not, at ,once resignhis is the FSr"
The European 'situation,'today' 'Isanalogous measured in' the minds of those' who The present emergency ++++++t H+H J M++0++++4'++ + BAPTIST-Rev.. W. A. <
(from Nicholas) -so earnestly so- the opportunity for .return in this +, rell. Sunday 'school.9:45'A.-

with the,conditions> ,revert have suffered;, ,,dire 'poverty; moneyysaving ,- licited of ice ,of mediator when he country from town to country. Fore- ORDER OF PUBLICATION. + .M. Morning service, 'UOf'
ed. It iS"now'i the invader 'who is 4.
a'matter'of t
I: ,as largely intelligence heard of the Russian mobilization.This handed farmers are to be' the busiest ID tko Circuit Court far Bradford +' evening service, 1:00"Vw?!J|
r' doomed. The1"allies, slowly5'retreat County. Florida. ,la Chmnetrr. '
and should be 'more of 'a habitthan
confidence on the of Win in l1P.
part class of producers in this country + cordialIited .'jf
: fug before' the Germans! have only--,to it'' is,'in'- 'Miami., .-.Miami Metro' :. helm II was in the most part of*Russia during: the next two or three years; J. C. KInlaw, et V + with eds. "- ,:"
< < .
, I '
f' ?
bold their morale,'as the confederates Complainants.vs. I ; ..
polls.COnONCONSUMPTIONFOR. and whole of A sii J.,
.-; t.he. ; weight, responsibility Let :all; possible attention, North, .
did; presently to' have their overcpnfi- for. ,this act, this blow in"the South and, West, be centered upon Ideal, American.. Corporation, Defendants.et al] '. .. ..CHRisri N' 'R 1. .
dait enemy at'their'mercy.:, He dare ;: { face of loyalty oh'the part of the Rus- producing foodstuffs.-Manufacturers Older F.r Publication. + House"pu'toi" :Semcd/
: not zit'down before: Paris r As to defendants. William B. Lukens. ,JIJh >>-
lyi g'up"mai's "
..: ian crown must recoil upon it. Record. -> M.-Thomu < Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. + horning and'eveI1 1\g jpfw ;
gn d 'assaults1'and bomb 'drop- JULY.. The German people 'driven from .' Lane, 'J. B. Earl 'J.' C. Eddy, Tbomag W. + second 'aniitheJiriontli. rourlh"Sunda7', .
Pitts. J. DI| MeLemore, W. R. Lane, Franeia hi .. :
.is l:f '
the -
He in ;
'ping. must destroy' army ; have entered the lists, 'and :. McCaU.a.dl.JUIILIr'! : .? _:-, _, + 3

front I ,and, 'I enter, :::1'Paris.(1 { IA and 1\ aw'jIt 'even.then Washington* !ip,,-)C.,l Sept.-lly, -. AcT will'carry'the fifht.to conclusion WHAT iblfops KNOW. residence It appearing is unknown by''affidavit of each daw of filed the; Jhat defendants the .. !. : ';
: .he.Win not be: fe.- 'i cording to"a report jus'tissned by and. to the last man..They know whatis ,. William B. Lukens Joseph M. Thomas, 'PRESBYTERJAN.N;; .
Marta: V. Smith. Samuel C.-Lace, J. B. Earl,
is but a matter,of weeks, perhaps census bureau, there" ', were, "424,216 at stake! A good many editors are said not ,. C, Eddy: Thomas W. Pitts. J.-'D. McLe- +Cflar pastor. Sunday schbbZ. ,
_ .days,''before :re- nfo!' ementS will be- bales''of cotton'stored inindepend'entwarehouses ; ,c.HASS.CHNEIDER.. to' know'much, says an exchange. The more,- W. H.'Lane; Francis L.MeCallaadJ.B. ., + 10:00'AIf.'t; \\L ; "
.James it farther that this H1Jor :
-aod I '
gin to pour in to the allies.' The German :;in. the United States' 'on trouble is'they'; know'a lot ,pf stuff order should be made; appearinir ; -- <<<. 'K.-oI-" '

front in- the west must be weakened July'31,'1914,'as compared with 381,- 'REFUSED that' they, .dare' .not telL They It'la hereby'ordetedithat'pub of:th' de r .* METHODIST Re'r.1BPt..fjB ,
: : ... 'endaats William B. Lnkeni Joseph M. ThornJ
i : to strengthen the Austro-Ger- 739 b esonie"s e 'date a year -'---- know'who; : 'drinks 'and.they'knoW'the vs.- Martin V. Smith. Samuel c.'Ld4'J.'B.. ape;-itor: tSuridaqul Y
line 'the and lAw:; previous:, The .July Consumption 'by, -arij J-rC. Eddy..'.Thomu W,,:Pitta ',j. PLMeLemore. 4I-a A."M. MarmnB: &l, ivice11:00
man north east ( "Refused, Notice. Every editor ladies who deviate' from the'straight W..B. Lane, Francis L )fcC D at'945'
tria is even:now.' pro1ing'ta'-.br ken American''mills was'. 448,269, or' 14-, has'rec'e, yed them. The postmaster and' narrow'path: of rectitude, and'the tad=J... B. 'Jama, 4o atipearlo the UKfldeduppleBieciial : ;o'clocll;;; tiweaoser.iriy.:7 .

reed:Turkey will never> reach the 000 bales less than that, (|July f 1913. sends" them' .to""the''editor.. For in- boys'';who: smoke cigarettes 'in'alleys # the',above entitled.ad. Amended due 'ubou, kill.,of th<.flompjaintn Wh'dq; : 3G;.O'doekt"1": '! .

..; ,pivotal reckoned with before Germany The' manufacturin'g'establishments' stance there is'a'man'by the name of and' dark paces, and the''girls"'who' a4dd RhrltbefraiirdaJ that lil:9 rder .he at.ktob.A.iD.1rt4 published owe week +, : 'Epworth'. .League"SuDdaj4.4- ,

can; dictate peace;to'..Europe 'on 'her of'.the !United' States had 904,414 bates ffohn. Blank. who "to'takehis., are' out auto riding till the ;roosters' 'or eigfct ton. eeuUtt eaeekIrbee. bans}'oa!;the ti;3i,:11.--:Senior.Epworthiial-jIt' =

f' own terras: In short and in-I fine the on.hand:duly, 31'compared'with.957t561 ; -, paper ,J'from the" postoffice. He, ',did crow: for-:daylightJThey0;/ know'.'thi* 7th!) Oar oI t7,at Telegraph smtA.A a i pew.ipet+1C..1a tharsdrd publish.ed'wtIfntthe -. .Sunday"I'M .P. M'fs-' .
Raiser .has' bit I off morV hi scan bales'a year'previous.. : aaW eouWict IJIIIIU_ of t rdiillyfailted ;to"' ':: .
< n I.. chaw. :The'.Hohenrollern: doomed.. dered what. was "the matter 'Uponinvestigation know i the fellow; 'who"can't"get fowled t9n'd; ? i..prof A..t L ..",, A..ID.Jf !' .f'-' f adk 9'<7r,! .l

'' ;It -seems destiny.. It,has- been,: .t RE61IUMiIJSTJ133 r W.1'. 7Jj ';1',; **4"H lliniillllMH1310H # .
,2!: i of our"subscription book for'a tobacco ck"f lfofsalt: They ,SeaJ.l : CIri-k. ,. "
t ever tthu&i in, human! history; When --. w? 'found that' John' Was 'short. ; $5.76l could giiess"at. once:why"some'fellows .1=' BIt' .J lr'- 'j", '_..to.,"A4'1nD8t'r' o... .....-; ,...., ."...: ''TnIA1IOUOIt" :. : j,;p- '. ,

the:nation.or the man;not wilting to Gainesville,':Fla-i-Sept;- ,-The, big He stopped the paper as I m'ittcr'of ,areas they'sre and''they nisan'gessclosely ; t ,'J
letiwell:enough alone has* set forth agriculture and.live,stock fair to'beheld 'Conomy'1; jto us; One 'even'i i" we I wharthey ftt .-do- *id/make' ''themfceive ->; ;! r :-..''.'.',<.J" -.'''.'t ,", .'.." .' .."" ......,... ,.; ,, .<,.......pa Os .

1 to. hop it all down he has gone Gainesville !November to werit. to*churchand' John's"melodiousVOKC ,I 1" 'JsoJtithejr! : .,kno.JJ". enpug.... rLJj": ", 4.. i1PQm t.' d-F-d. t.-

, That Kaiser Wilhelm;of Hohenzol- 20is open Jfor .exhibits' for people,in ranout'loud; "arid'clear fr'ttat.jul :make 'one of the'red-hottest_ rip.imVnit'y'feM p.v q""CtJJD011.enJ ; -A' -t .i1CINIM'D1DII;;

lern worked,out in' his mind'a"causeeft tiny sectioacofthestate., ''The pre stirring song;"Jesus'Paiii' &) .". !1KI1i>iJi1g1rea.1trrpl'W o A t J joyment, out.liflbishgi. ; h'. ,. .. "'!1?tp. Ua ,r.rl: '
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quarrel and a lan'of',action;and mium list, which gives the amount .We mitrht have 1 I b,f,. ':-47. { ,
3 been"mistakentWf his,,H:ili nlitlo" 'l', yon ;ewit'thealso'lunov 1 taf m; t ; ,Mt.: AllWJ 137T3g \
was not..inspired solely' by"devflFshmbition. paid in,:cashson all articles, is now earnestness impressed us. 'Th"riertdav.'we ii .. >DeB l! ftitdtrthereont:' -. '"' '' '* '
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is.an able;thoughtful 'man: 'lap'saw day for one, ormore',copies. >; htg'oardon for not" !rewinshe take care of 'thetnenhd.chlisirso"b hv, .. ht ; 1 ifit! ;
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.can .be, obtalDed.cjuickIJ to rescue'laHaving :fitadeUker. and the, Buick were. driv- 4 I -
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;: f.STATE: NEWS. crew. .... ing.south, the Studebaker" in' frontof !. IF E1 THIS

the Buick ,A,touring car was goIng
> g. f%" i+secured subscriptions for north. ..The'Studtb er, in try .

r" 1<.}- $1,500 towards a fund to be sent to jag. -to avoid the, touring car,.toned i c

r ,,_"That Are:Happening All Over Florida Germany .to aid the wounded and' a little 'too near to the' wits?.'edge We;would fill a couple. of pages ..rith'i:

fatherless,..a'committee-on the Ger and got stuck in.the soft: sand. The '
: ': "' I I; the hundreds of nice fresh articles In '
1 .: As Told By Our Exchanges maAmericClub, of this city. Buick coming along at a high speed :

.1fi, J- I headed by C. J. Conrath, has collected' behind, locked wheels with the Studebaker groceries we have and you :want. We I

:r'" :: .nearly a thousand dollars and Treasurer -'I and' the .national rushed with a .are completely stocked with staple and I
1V. 1 L that'within the un One day last week "Badger" Lang- William Kruse. will send this terrible impact into the two c&r It .
ford and H.. Lewis, while cutting I fancy groceries and we purchased before I
1Z600r ,
; ..I...ab appyodmatdy: amount to the I Red Cross headquarters is miraculous that under the circumstances .
.isat:ad jtM piling wW be shipped wood in .hammock, dole to town, at Washington; to be;forwardedto 'the three .drivers' .were the advance in prices. 'due ,to the :i'
4; n from Jacksonville to Bal- witnessed a most peculiar sight It Germany.. The committee will 'continue not lolled outright The crushed bodyof 1:. European War. Let us' fill your next -

t::...;: a.lleet of perhapsOOSrto was a battle royal between a large to. solicit subscriptions and collect Mr. :Warren was taken into"an. Overland E -

it. gopher, snake, and a. "possum. The them and as soon as another $500in car and rushed to the' Klock order .

...11''l.,"-... possum was the aggressor, having attacked cash is on hand .it will be forwarded. -i I. hospital The report from the hospital ':t: All kinds all prices-everything- .
r 'iI to be well adver- the snake, which was fully six
: Many donations are being sent this morning is that there is
*.* encampment of the Grand feet long and is thick through as a t, you'll find them all here, strictly fresh -
f at the to the local committee by residents of small chance for the life of the vie- .
5.'if:the Republic to be held introit prize fighter's arm. The 'possum was I Teutonic. origin, in. various' parts of tim.ll'lllllllilllllllllillllll. E and high-grade. :I

) '.The' board of trade has ar- of ordinary size, but full of pluck and South Florida-, 'and it is the-hope of t: .

'f.'.'. to bays 1,000 booklet descrip- fight So furious did the battle rage the committee that the total contri- .

t3:;St Petersburg distributed epment that no attention was paid to the men bution of this section .of the state E J.-C. CARTERBradford
who stood within few feet and wit; f f
:}?.; will pass the $3,000 mark. The mon- .
f0. C. B. Jenmngsf nessed the fight to'its.finish. The result : ey is being transferred to Germany + GOVERNOR'S PROCLAMATION. + m m mmmm !MIN4U .
Sifor y.,A. Wilson, I .
in favor of the belligerent,
was .
gi GrasiTcreek Ir r through the good offices of the Amer- +
went out to -
;at J A. Durrance. which finally secured a strangle holdon ican'' branch of the International Red / ,

.}t Friday on a hunting excur- the snake and dispatched it After Cross Society.. In Germany the mon- + +
s iLr'aad were fortunate enough tofclut a'few moments rest the 'possum I I'l 111111111 i 11 i 1111111111
is being expended'by'a National
Barefoot ey
S. ,
t a black bear. grabbed his victim by his head and Committee which is handling similar Tallahassee,' Sept 10.
and S.
?Jota Bead, Hugh Wear of the dragged it away into the bushes to contributions from German sympa- Governor Park Trammell today issued County

lilt Btoto.; were members par- feast to its heart's content.-Zolfo thizers from all of the globe.
.parts the following proclamation to
; h'4 Meade Leader. .,
Truth. !
-Tampa Times. the people of Florida: Abstract Company ,
i4'pe account of the European war, State of Florida Executive Cham ,
its invitation Noting the shipment of Florida The largest alligator in West Flor- ,

Se.'.tate'W,Bullion withdrawn.dollars worth of Ever cattle to Chicago, the Palatka Newssays : ida and the most destructive has been ber,. By the Governor-a.'Proclamation. A complete record Bradford County lands ,

f will probably come back to Red in ( Land Titles Real Estate Invefttmen
drainage bonds. .. The canal they i killed in a lake near Bay
wu Cotton is of the staplecrops ,
one great
g ; .delayed until us in the form of reshipments of i I Washington county. To reach that -
t :.will therefore of Florida, and is the "money
meats for which the will from Pen-
its normal consumers point it is necessary to go
market resumes
t..mosey be sold pay from five to ten times the price sacola in a boat, Choctawhatcheebay crop" upon which depend in a very i-
;:eoofition and the can large measure the prosperity and well any loss that can be serously felt. A Time To Economize IE
Chicago packers paid for the animals., and then travel inland about 18 .
/ 'tj sn advantage.Tkere. being, the independence and the com- On the other hand, great confidenceis I
"' Hardly so much as that, for those miles. There the alligator, with numerous MAKE
forts of,great numbers of our people felt that substantial profits will be ii
f >has been several large same packers are mighty short of cat; others, made its home. Its end ;
raised to the acre in and of large sections of our State. reaped; and, in any event, every pub- -. **. PAINT -
y sbtfr tobacco tle and they are paying top prices for was brought about by Levi Miller and e
Cotton is however product that lic citizen who enters and en-
and the a spirited
'Vfofeii, county this year, them ,wherever they can get them. Tow Ward; who received an order I TOO will rSS
has always been a subject of this movement to protect SAVE
Times far specu- courages ,
the so
jhMct reported to Somebody must raise the raw mate- from a northern firm ,,for thirty-five .
: I lation, and its' selling prices has con- and assist the farmers of Florida dse pm w.
:vis; by'W.; J. Arnold, who lives near rial.for market, and the beauty and alligator skins and they sought, the
I sequently been exceedingly sensitiveto against sacrifice will enjoy the satisfaction THIS t s HOW
Arnold made from two
.i JI ins. Mr. significance of the item is that Florida \
immense the general condition of the world'smoney of engaging in a patriotic service -
and from four I tt
MTM 1,488 pounds ,is shipping cattle in trainload lots Bny4galsj..c&m.Semi.. "
f.,,:ofsun;; tobacco he got, 6,054 to Chicago for excellent prices and ventured out in a boat with lights that I market It is a product a considerable which will result in.,very great r Mixed Real Paint $3.4q
I portion of which is exported good to all our cotton planters, to And3gals.Li&scc40il
,vio.'v Quincy) we are seeing the beginning of a blinded the 'gators, which they found to mix with it .
't I to Europe for manufacture,, hence our merchants and to the. general 2.40
great profitable industry for state in immense numbers. Among'thosekilled
1 VSfok 'September 15th a "Florida I directly affected by conditions prevail- welfare of the state., Makes?gala.! Point,fortlOJO: ,
that will increase in magnitude the big alligator. -It meas-
J'iBpbster> Car" left Florida for a three every I was in gin Europe.The I appeal to the citizens of Florida It's only $1.54'per: gaL' i
': north. It year if our cattle raisers are equalto ured nineteen feet in length and six 41 '
*"sMBtia: trip through the commercial condition of Eu- to act immediately, aggressively and 'lite L a u. SEMI-MIXED
Tele- the shoulders. There
opportunity.-Lakeland feet was
fii in charge of F. M. Thomas and I across rope, as the world knows, is 'at this conceitedly. this exceedingly im- REAL PAINT bs PURE \\81U LEAD,.
f 1. gram. great joy when the hunters emergedthe ZINC" UNSEED OIL-Ik* begs kaowR
iIiiI Florida literature for,free dis- time one of complete paralysis. How portant matter.In pain! awtertate for 100 ,.ear.. 1
i 1 S 'trib ationmoving picture films bf i. I next morning with the big alligator long that condition will last it is now the interest of the welfare of Use a rat oat of any yea bay and If not the ,; !
If a man had five hundred head of for the people living for miles bat paint made,then return the pa nt and get; ;
, t Fla to loan to local picture houses impossible to predict, but it would our state, I ask that all Florida news- all you money back., ;I l ;
> ''_'the members will hold public reI sheep and had them grazing on a few around said they had suffered for certainly appear that the war is on papers kindly publish this communi- REMEMBER-this Paint is[the same. tas t

I ptIoU.in every town for ,thepur- acres of the 'average Baker county I more than twenty years because of such a gigantic scale that from sheer cation. Painter's make,if they use port White =
information land he could consider himself well- the 'gator's depredations. Only a Lead and Linseed Oil-only piixed by i
of disseminating exhaustion of resources it must ter- PARK TRAMMELL,
;pose I band. The L.A M.is thoroughly mixed .
to-do and need have no fear of money week ago a $200 mare, owned by one
about Florida. I minate in a relatively short time. Governor. by powerful machinery-into a;; -paato ,
panics, war or other troubles that of the residents, ventured into the
While the European war lasts and -so as to be easily made ready for case.
1 Thursday.while J. M. Williams was bother the minds of men. John Sapp j!i swamp and was killed by the alligator until the struggling nations can re- PROGRESS. DeWITT C. JONES

looking after a gang cleaning land a prosperous farmer who lives in thei, while two full grown cows had .
I adjust their affairs, the cotton indus- STARKE FLORIDA
hi the vicinity of the old alligator west end of the county, has'a herd of i been killed the week previous. Sheep, T
try of the South is threatened with a Florida has shown 9-4-6t.
farm there ,wasomething of a rattier ; five hundred sheep. ,The wool from hogs and goats that went into the i! Every county in : l
Paul Clarke not I I period of depression. That depres- marked progress this year, despitethe
cIIIeo ered. J. this herd averages Mr. Sapp $500 a swamps never returned. For years ,
sion can be avoided, or can certainlybe fact has been made I ;:
befit present it fell to others to dofte""kflHng year. arid the increase is about 25 parties had attempted to kill it and that complaint t
: ," and the fellow wasdispatched finiBJ percent, which brings in $250 a year, stand together and support the 'pri- bank in this
In proper,shape. The making a clear total of $750 a year! shot many times in the past. The deposits ,
4ink measured;; some six feet in ,,from 500 head of sheep. It mightbe ces of this great s'outhern'crop until State at the present'time are higher MEN

IiBfth and carried twelve rattles and interesting to add that it docs not A Palatka dispatch says-Prof. W. financial conditions become more nor- than they have ever been at this time : .

,a 1IaU L;: Mr. :Williams asserts that cost Mr. Sapp anything to keep'up 0. Richtmann, superintendent of the mal and the world's demand for our of the year. The crops of everythinghave ease Drat watt antil* dtodlsoriantct lapoitant --.

he breathed a sigh of relief when the this large herd. They can pick up a world's only cultured camphor plan- I staple restores and advances its been the best/ ever produced + sands cf.rrans.Th. ; U&P P

:,osoffldofas fellow was no more.-Palm living on the range and need no atten- tation, nine miles south of this city, price. There has been a general era of road- .bem neb wrecked. ui

Beach Post.. tion whatever. Sheep raising has got has discovered a new insect pest now I The general commercial situation building*and improvement Floridais and aea.iettan.r'.

if cotton beat and is at work on his new trees. J. R. Wat; is certain to become more setttled and leading the van in. all these re- I \
a long
,v. : There was on display at the Dickesadves after ways year.-Macclenny sure' son, entomologist of the State Experi- better* adjusted within the next few spects., Now let us get more peopleto Y' 606" S

I 1 ; store last week the most re- money Times. year mental Station, was asked to diagnose months, and the South's splendid cot; cultivate more land and raise more \to an

6 c awriobk pineapple, perhaps ever dia- the wherefore of this little beast. ton crop will then be in great demandat crops. Let's make next year the arable I treat'eases Weakness.* ewo.d ef lieu Varies* ,

: ijplayed in Orlando.' .It was fan sh p.. vA market for the enormous quan, and he pronounced it a member of the satisfactory prices. During the greatest this state has ever experienced sere VIC I,DISXAtES.Wf.l .....locludlnc Hie .d all PEL.. x

t' 11--: 'weighed nine pounds, which tities of palmetto scrub root which is thrips family, and he gave it the present period of uncertainty and dis- in growth.-Jacksonville Metrop- .wltb.tl th. katfs. BCFTUKC. j

t large for a: pineap- in such abundance in this state,'was I name of, "Cryptothrips Floridensis," tress, however, it is peculiarly incumbent olis.
r'plsethi average weight being about the promise in a letter from the A. and under this comprehensis it will upon all of our people to stand 1t1llSa.* .".*... I ..'.. to' e n, m.Dr. .. 5'e

t 'itkwe to,four founds. The long way &: A. Rubber Company, Incorporated live in the literature injurious insects -I together'in a patriotic spirit of helpfulness Diarrhoea Quickly Cured C.rrapoadeac.aoucu.d., : ,

;'(:thwofh the fruit was eleven inches of South Flemington, Mass., receivedby I to plant life. The eggs are laid to'our fellow citizens and to "My attention was first called to ; Geo. L Dkker$oar ,",

1 ile.diatttiter, and .twenty-two plants, the Jacksonville Board of Trade. between the scales of the terminal ;our country and 'prevent the sacrifice Chamberlain's Colic, ,,Cholera and 'U1. WEST POR5TTHTEZEy. .

I ,tweQ developed, grew on the top. The The firm is described as proofers of bud, and when they hatch the larvae f of millions of dollars by our Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve JACKSONVILLE(Near Heard, Bank 11I4.J'LOB1DA.,) ": i I

'pineapple was grown by B. B..Clark high grade rubber fabrics for the attacks the new growth first and then I farmers through an unnecessary depression years ago. At that time I was Seriously .. i i

\tl.Fair .Vfllt Orlando Sentinel cutting'trade, single and double texture spreads out over the leaves, bark and I .th. of cotton. ill with summer complaint" One .

for clothing and auto tops.The stems. The bark is killed and .the I To this end, I, Park Trammell, Governor dose checked the trouble, writes Mrs.C. .
The of the .
military department W. Floerence Rockfield, Ind. For,
state of Florida has practically com- letter in full is as follows: leaves are shed. The favorite feeding I of the State' of .Florida, do earnestly sale by all dealers.STARKE H. C. RICHARDGeDeral .I

;:'pbbd its plans for the big Southern Secretary Board of Trade, place for the larvae is the base of the request' and urge that each

,towament which will be held on theITorMa Jacksonville, Fla. branch, and this is soon' killed and citizen of this state who can afford to Insurance'

: rifle range at Black Point Dear Sir:-tfn the near future we breaks off and leaves a scar. The in- 'do so, go into the market at once and FLORIDA JI

bariaabg October 6 and continuing shall be in the market for palmetto sect has wings, but seems incapableof buy from farmers unable to hold, one

:far eighteen days.' Marksmen from scrub root, and thiS root we would like flight They do but little harm to or more bales of cotton, paying there- J, R, Davis and Company at I FIBS-CLASS- .:

\\I'an states in the south, including to have shipped to us as free from large treeS, but in nursery seedlingsand for not less than ten cents per pound; represent none but i"f..

[teat s from the various service arms sand'as possible, and if the roots have young trees it gets very busy and that the citizens' of all sections of the Starke and Stewart Insurance companies and will be constantly on the ,s}-

'of,the United States army and navy knots in them, as few of those as pos- does' lots of mischief. The camphortree state, and especially those sections Agency at Lake Butler are the alert to promote your intererts. Guarantee "

sible. Would kindly put us in is not a native of Florida and wherein cotton is raised'or handled, all
'wffl compete. The! Florida rifle range you representatives' in Bradford courteous treatment to patrons. .. r 'li
'ji said to be.the second largest in the communication with some men in whether or, not this is a native insector proceed at once to organize local and A well written policy by a fLrjt-cUn
r eantryt ..' your vicinity who could get this root not is a question that puzzles those county associations or clubs for the County of the old reliable Hart- +
I agent in a first-clan sometimes : :J
, out and ship it to us! Also, will you who have been investigating it. To- purpose of stimulating in each local- ford Fire Insurance Co, of company
Two of the largest banks in central kindly advise us in what form and bacco decoctions will kill it on the ity the purchase and holding-9f cot; means much in case of loss by fin... :t ,

I 'Tlerida hire been consolidated by an what route would be the best to ship. young trees, but the mixture must'be ton'at the minimum price suggested; which mention is made in the I. C. RICHARD Stale f1 Ia. .

KMBent, ,, which was reached by thesleWi this root to Boston! made much stronger for most species that committees be appointed to can- September Fifth issue of the I

of the Dutton Bank and the Thanking you for an early reply., of the thrip family. For grown t vass each community to assist in mak- Saturday Evening Post a fact

t'taaville National Bank. The deal we are your very truly, I trees a solution made of whale oil ing the sale of 4t least one bale of -

I wllelby the two financial institutions A. &: A. RUBBER Co., soap, commercial lime, sulphur, water cotton or more to each citizen who is to be proud of for the reason FINEST WE HAVE SEEN Ii

!!ve, consolidated has been pending B. A. HUNT Man. and black leaf No. 40 will do the able to purchase; that the merchants that they have only reputable
I'fc two three and other creditors in the cities and i
or weeks. The Dutton work.A .
1 Buk was one of the oldest banks in Fernandina, Sept 10.-A northeaster ; I towns of the state where cotton is. agents and so by placing your i .&

tt. Mction of the state. It was esJttAed came up suddenly yesterday and Daytona dispatch says: Monday ; handled reach agreements, through insurance with ,them you .

'as a private bank by CoL caught the fleet of shrimping boats morning at about 11:30 o'clock, while associations or otherwise, to buy cot; KNOW that have procured lWJ

, II .F, Dutton when Gainesville was without warning. All of. the boats trying out his car on the beach nine ton raised in their respective vicini- you

I wk a mere village In July 1907, it came in under their own power except I I miles below the Automobile clubhouseW. ties at not less than ten cents per from experienced agents the .IJjF

I I J* organized 'u a state bank with two, one of which has been towed B. Warren, of Bradentown, driv-I pound or to accept it at such price in strongest insurance possible. .

, i WOO capital and within two years in and the other has been anchored ing a National at a rate of seventy i settlement of accounts or as security -1

I'N mottrces had grown to 700000. about a mile out south of the Casino. miles an hour, crashedinto two oth'for, obligations. LAKE BUTLER FLA j

She is in a very dangerous positionand er cars and was thrown on the beach I It would be advisable for one or Evansville, Indo, July 17, 1913 4
ltsjor Butler, late of the Inverness three The H. L. Hqrst Mfg. Co., Canton, 0. I 1- '
, men spent the night in her badly mangled. A deep gash was cut two bankers or merchants' in each =
f \yatcafcle, who has been on lei- Isat NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Gentlemen: We would not do with :'
a night It is only a small boat in the head above his right.eye and community to volunteer to accept Thirty daft after date hereof. I will apply
2. t ,,!erdy tour of the state for. some and it is marvelous that she rode out his eye was crushed in, several ribs : such funds from citizens for investment to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county judge out your Man-Power Sprayer! any

: j'eterkg put looking for a new .locaas the storm. Capt Jones Davis and a being broken and numerous other cuts in cotton. The commercial or- of fell Bradford at private county tale the Florida undivided for one an order izth in-to more. It is the finest we have ever

,Itie concluded that all is vanity crew of four men have gone out in and bruises being received. He sustained ganizations and towns can render excellent terest each of Eli Keene Jerry Keene, and seen in this city at. present The .

t *".**U .of Inverness and will return his boat to try to rescue the men. Asa serious internal injuries also. service by taking active inter- Mirth Keene. deceased Keene minor in and heirs to the of following Joseph described C.- people that have seen your sprayerat
.fe> that town and spend the remain- shoal extends which lands situate in Bradford county Florida our place think very'much of it
about a mile or more The two cars with he collided est in this movement .
4 of lab days We are not informed out at this to-wit: of land in east half of and well pleased to lee it work at. our
place the pilot boat or tug- with were a Buick driven by P. Gor- There is every reason for believingthat That certain piece .
ftIther or not he will go back on the' boats draw too much water to enable don, of Bradentown, and a Studebaker there will in the 'near future'be south tontn west east quarter quarter of tooth of tooth eait eait quarter quarter and'n place. Yours truly; .

Cheakh or retire to this pastoral them to reach her. There is almost driven by M. D. Rogers of Day- a gratifying advance in the price of edition twenty-four, township seven range THEODORE BUCHJOFor .
Bounded eat by land for-
karma of a chicken ranch, but no!I a necessity for. a lifesaving sta-. tona. Two of the cars are reported to cotton. This will necessarily redoundto twenty-one.-frly owned by Link on Williams, on north Sale By

, ,*Mfr what he doer h many friends I tion at Fernandina, as the trawling be total wrecks, the National and the the profit of all good citizens who by on the land tooth formerly by land owned owned by M.by Fomxai H. B. HaO..ind and. R. S. FERNANDEZSpraying
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a ; ,Florida Press will wish him I boats go out to sea all the year round Studebaker, while the Buick is also now exhibit the patriotism to join ii on west by land owned by P. K. Uyen, Marhiiie* 'and Insecticide* .
boat ..ontainlng"twenty acre, more or let*. "
lot of hock and .an easy'stunt and the bluefishing in winter increases -' badly damaged From many accounts end push the movement here urged. J. C. KEENE. STARKE FLA ;
loll.. d. e miag yara.Lakelandt4 the feet! to about a hundred boats'and given the following was told by an Through the operation'of this plan no Guardian for Eli. Jerry and Martha Keene.. I
.T. bibs of Joseph C. Keene .deceased.M14C
.. .. nine .
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: _'iol"- ,. .... "" .... '. ,-- ..' "' .
:11'i'W: .1'-' b 1JE. nftude.end theaosamanhood: ; thru world, are, seen day by day. and the ........... .. '..-.-.-. .
v.2It ....... '
\ ..{ r / : I 0 .. .1' I'j ''suffering; disease'and death, the'loss tempt.. .. .tion','Xto.'beUeve neither, God .......................... -- -'-
# 1' r j Y < i ; '
In'illl 4
the higher and holier attributes
0 t'a ":t. 'Af.---- mannor-woman.: It is no surprise '
d Ilaabet jt 1it'I Z.1#A J little ytlin well tilled, ft mt a of mail b'\hU nan",mipd,'can 'grasp. to tell me,that in,this.profession Priressiveiusa \( Ds rd
49r ; s
and no human"pen1 can/ever: teH/
.. """ l.J.j,." welled, and a little wife wi1 l there are so many skeptical men.

vrilied, .m.' great riches, said wfie This logs must be widely distributedthat I- only wonder.that"journalists. believe. t:"-o:' --- "- .. -- -. __ ..

., ..P blisbe1 'peekly,- and entered,.asrlasVinitterVtEe c1 'B.n' .the' :prphil'sop ..' the"wo'rld nay'etand'the shock. anything..= .. AI tReadeg of\'theJTel raDb will find '--r..o<;;

p&UffieeZ ei'I 'was" true whenceIsuldr Every-m n'in.this coon tr1mud'bear Sr 1ADVICE1'O'THE.* .\. j 4 .. ..h. 11."X.. ....J...t-'f. 4aisflA:

tal St lortdai bln8 dh nl it and'.it is tinie'now. It'is tree his share of-the burden"'or'. else be'aburden ., BOYSBoys ,;' advantage, o'trade.wla-< ,]I h'the. isms rep:: g-.} '

** a WSu
e'S S.,Matthews, Editor+ and Owner it is tree in ttie east, .it is true in tie. conditions 'may' yield exceptional did you'ever'know, or can you \"

l! E. Ro&fai; .!!{!AgsadalefEditot west It' J.u."tt is LX we :everywhere* ;, espejially1in1thi ..- 'results; 'bat 'in1' one.way'or call, 'to1 mind 'a single. person, 'who,' .................................&AA&&A&A&... :
1:' and.>>} "" ,Monster 3* b a section; Vhere we can another,rthe' farmer must carrY'hisparl' having his'own'way1' to1 make in this I.'.......t... .-."...'.; ; ..-'W'- ". '
f the load the merchant world the tiMe J''in
tit+1e,fayored thrown his'and. spent the streets
haves. : ., '" .1'1': flimate ;;,.. '.
listgj'4. the manufacturer his. Moneymaking "billiard saloons, around hotels REAL :
Ji day; Septernbe : or J ESTATE.MMMMMMm :: !ot:U;
.. ., \ fo I L
1 f I t of. I ; Big farining'fsimpossible forii \ the sake of moneymaking"must; many form of dissipation_: idleness, : > _
r +- man. 'It'requires too much give way to maintenance of"buSiness.that' to succeed in"'life,in an' eminent degree -I + !... .

j, Have you bought a bale of cotton. average be in .... ,.
... people may' given "employ. any enterprise? Look,, over -
I ..... capital., ,IJowejer, the ordinary man .
t! ... : J 1 "I tI ," .. ment and that every'business interest list of I. .. .
your and note -
: acquaintances
can reasonrbly hope some day Jo
t:: t"f" have and'to'hold'a1 well tilled little may be ready to go_ 'forWard 'on 'alarge'scale'wheri their course. Do you"not'find on examination COMER L PEEl t

r' *r The allies are taking the Germ out farm in.this section, where good laid the time comes, as ''that those who today -are I : Florida Real Estate, Land and ;

.:of.... the Germans. is comparatively cheap. Ten' acres surely it will for big money-making. men of influence and honor were the anything eba

{, ''Somepeoplem' to -think';it isnmlawfuHo properly handled mean (independence Men must learn to bear each other's youths who made the most 'of their Timber Expert. JJ want

pay their. debts.. '. S ai\d twenty acres' meaq wealth and burdens; the banker must:.realize that valuable tme'turning it to good 'account !. 83 years Experience at Starke. DEPARTMII "
.- this is no time for calling loans the ? And the STORE:
<* e ease in old age and a valuable her)- ; on other hand do
tt L History is not ,always ,history. tags for the children borrower must strive to the utmost of you not find.those who stood on the t......... te.e.-
.. !_ :
'Sometimes it Is point-blank-lie., I farming tenor tWentyacres his"ability to pay his loans in part at corners with a cigar or pipe in their .MMMMM. ..
, ;S; ., .. General on ............
i 'It begins to appear that Uncle Sam would not be excessively profit- least; the manufacturer the merchant month; went from bad to worse, fromworSe -

,win soon set the peace ball rolling. i able but this is the day of the specialist and all others must do what to ruin? Sadly must the answer J DRY GOODS.OMMMMMMMMMMM, .

.. in farming as well as in other : they can for the common good,'content be made-they have failed. Will .
1 "Berlin: A Smokeless Town.- lines of business. Some can grow cot i if they can carry their share of you not profit by their example? Fix .t..t.,. -- -
Headli 1 We thought all Germans the world's burden and be to'' your noble 'I' "
ton, some corn'some wheat and others ready eyes.on some object-be a I. '
,amoked. do business for money-making when I ; q.;c...
; can grow other things.: If you man. J. W. MORGAN. G. TURNER >
conditions' make ready for os 'ii" ,
something that is more profitable a great
can grow T ;
Luke M'Luke says being poor keeps BE WISE. 9 Headquarters for
activity. .
fellow from a' dura than'com or oats it is good Ladies L:
many a Face to face with the horrors suchas Ready-to-Wetr Goods. &!* Balldia
C business to that something and =
fool of himself. grow Dry. Goods, Notions, Etc. '
There Post 0Ice
persons in
civilization has are some our community .
known the
never iiI'
f e buy your com and oats and let the ,\ --
General Joffre is the most commanding other fellow grow the corn and oats. most awful' toll that death has ever who seem to ,be mentally unbalanced t........ ..... .......... ;

b figure in the European war We believe that a man can make a claimed men must be sobered by this with some getrichquickidea. :;:

.. He is the'big gun. fortune on ten acres of Bradford glimpse into the very gates of hell, They are spending their time t' -

M S P B M.M BMHMMBWIV county land if he will conduct his and strive. to be less selfish and more in reading glowing.prospects of some REPORT OF THE A LANCEHEAD."

The.,first J Russian soldier to. enter operations; in an up-to-date and.thoroughly 'I ready than ever before to bear one .I dead-sure silver mine or gilt-edged TREASURER.To !

Berlin. will receive 100000. Will scientific manner. One another's burdens. oil company. Thousands of hardearned i .Jln, Dealing' '

that reward ever be paid? way The burden can be carried if thus dollars have been withdrawn from the Honorable Board ) Serpent 1E
in which he can do it is.by growing o( told ""- %

The German army is using both of fruit exclusively although that is not properly distributed and if this be the banks'and sunk forever into some Commissioners of Bradford scene Is of whtea a ,_' L
i 1 done we shall be made ready for the wild cat mining or other company. A Florida: *
the only Fruit farming occurs : ,
l its wings in.its precipitate flight be- way. unique and the da
day of activity when the sunrise of fool and his money are soon parted I the
undersigned treasurer of
{ ,fore the advancing allies. to us now as one of the'surest ways rgeaIlt Legrandi
of making money. coming prosperity begins to flood the but don't fool any longer. If a stock county beg leave' to submit the and the snake"t,'del

1. 'l. Some men eat a little to be'sociable / We would not advise you to put hills.-Manufacturers' Record.REPETITION. promoter wants to sell you some. lowing report for the. month y

I ,with their families, but they live principally all your eggs in one bosket; that is, stock that will make you independent I August 31, 1914. been punished ,
upon liquor and tobacco. for life within six months on an in- TOTAL SUB DISTRICTS AND for some trivial
we don't believe it would be wise to "
l i vestment of $100, be wise. Auo 1,.to amt on hand _( Bight wu very
depend altogether one kind of Ang31.. to amt received B. M.
Some of the wireless war dispatches' upon Dowl- left the door
---# .. ,
t are about as reliable as the old- fruit. It is better, in our opinion to The oftener you do a good thing A noted lecturer is said to be pre- ing receipt No. 20 _' 'at 5 o'clock L

fashioned grape vine. dispatches.', try several different kinds of fruits the better. The less frequently you paring a humorous, lecture entitled Aug.Total 31, --. prisoner and to
amt _. '
paid out
and fruits that ripen at different do a bad thing the better; in fact, it "The Insane are Sane and the Sane ( :lancehead wu) -

t } The "Germans have, conquered the times and then in the event of a crop is''better not to do it at all. Advertising are Insane. We are all insane if, as Aug. 81,GENERAL to balance SCHOOL._FUND.r__ 'asleep oh the a-' .i-

United States theoretically. They failure one kind of fruit you could is about the best thing you can the alienists say every man who Aufr. 1, by amt overdraft & did not lose"his '

,r,r .Li ,_: have captured Paris,in the same way.A fall back upon your other fruits. do if you are a business man. if thereis talks to himself is on the road to the An Ing? 31 receipt. to amt No.received 86 -B. M. Dowl- He stole'DOiae', .

or >'y''W'- Ten acres could be planted in fruitas anything you want to sell or if mad house because talksto Ansr. 31. to amt borrowed. from Bradford guard room'tnd
every man .
f. Western man bequeathed $10- '' County Bank ___ -
i follows: Figh 1 acre; plums 1 there is anything wish to do and himself An men on dnty.rei "
9f: 000 to barber who you when he is alone. 81. to amt reed of Bond of
a had'S&aved.him
If. 1 1 can't Public Instruction Clay county a bowl of mift
acre; peaches acre; pears acre; quite make the connection. -
for two years'without asking a An*. 31, to amt received W. V. Knott
ques In dull time the the bowl
f of
grapes 1 acre; ,oranges 2 acres; Anything in favor of which you want columns of tax redemption -' .-- '

- .,., tion... grapefruit 2 acres; tangerines 1 acre. can bring to bear a scriptural quotation the daily papers are crowded with An*. 31.County to amt Bank borrowed, from Bradford ,to the ,fell the ails:;
Play the Blue Des
A man is always willing to take 'If the fruit is preserved at home must needs be a good thing; it the advertisements of the fakers who edlese to remtrt, Wi

credit for his successes but he places one acre of figs will support a family. cannot be evil; and we read in'the have good jobs to sell cheap to the Aug.Total 31,_by amt paid out -. .. the lancebeaft b aft'

.the blame for his failures upon somebody One acre of Japanese plums will feed Bible'about "line upon line, and precept needy and unwary. Don't touch a serpent wbkb cwt f.,;
Aug. 81, to amt on Band ,
"else. your stock and pay your taxes. One upon predept! ; here a little and job that has to be bought with a ten- \ GENERAL FUND. : awoke, glided few

----e- acre of peaches win buy your fertilizer there a little." foot pole. v ,UR'. 1. by amt overdraft ,' Coward the_Ixn}
There are a lot of fools in this .- Ansr 31, to amt received B. M. Bowling buried fts.bett,
mixtures and for It is said No.
; spraying ,pay that "eternal vigilance is A receipt 36 -
country trying to rock the neutrality scientist is quoted as saying that fivx. 31, to amt received W. V. Knott tha* lea nigiei
extra help. One acre, of will the price of liberty it is equally '
pears ; ,true knock-knees tax redemption '. ..
but I are a sign of mental -- : with terrific'teee' ;
boat President
. : ,Wilson is holding furnish the family with pin 'money. i that eternal repetition is the Aug. 31, to amt overdraft .-
i t', the helm hard. dullness and'bowlegs of brilliancy. : f":
tt One acre of grapes will increase your I price of business success through ad- But how the mischief is a fel- Total whoWML, "
tt bank account. The oranges vertising. A single insertion of tak- poor Aug. 31, by amt paid out 8l to bo piUU. ;
The a
u -, devil may be the father of liars grapefruit low to be guided when selecting a '
1'f" '.. -.but. he is an old moss-back/ compared and tangerines will provide for ing ad is often a good thing but the wife?Tampa Times. That's in Aug. 81. by amt overdraft _-__-.__ days OB the.f = -..
easy FINE
f, .With some of his sons when it comes your old age. and the future of your effect is multiplied by the frequency these days of diaphanous gowns. A Q'. 1. to amt on band !' : recovered __ "
children. of the Aug 31. to amt received B..M..Dowl- experiePce-Bov W"
,. '. ,to:picturesque lying. publication. lug receipt No. 86 -- middle ef the _
J & Repetition ,is the foundation of In a proclamation appearing. in the Aug. II, to amt received S. B.. Denmark wIHng Itself e*

{.-. A' The Germans are making better LET THE GIRLS ROMP. nearly all successful advertising. Everlasting Telegraph this week Governor Tram- Aug. 31.receipt to amt No.received 133 -S. B. Denmark how he had lain tote :

: f ;progress backward than they did for- reiteration of facts, constantly mell endorses the "Buy-a-Bale-of- receipt No. 134-... l'W' hours* not dark M<

}':. ,;ward. They ought to have started. Many mothers have a dread of consistently, regularly, play- Cotton" movement and urges all citizens Aug.tax. 11 redemption. to amt received..:.-.-W.--V...-Knott-- 4

1. :backward at the.beginning. .I romps so they lecture the girls dailyon ing up quality and price and backingup who can afford to do so to buy Total m : -. ,!..'"-

; The Germans- e the proprieties and exhort them to your statements with the goods is one or more bales of cotton at a minimum Au,. at, by amt paid out I CHINCHIl. .ur
must got their
t : be little ladies. They like to see them the very keystone of successful ad price of 10 cents' a pound nand .._ ;.. .''
second wind for that dash homeward Aug. --
t quiet and gentle and prim as possible.The vertising.One .- ROAD tANDn BRIDGE FUND. Use, Trained. Deer ,
I .
r .for they were reported. out of breath It is not necessary to go south to. Aug. 1. to amt on band -' -- .. of Weasel. ;;. r
lot of such children is
when pitiable London house the Mark Cross Aug 31, to amt received B. M. Dowl-
I'. .. they in France. for they are deprived of the fun and Company has built up in New York start an' orange grove. Bradford lug receipt No. 88 -.-- -----, :'eastern sicpe el
>- county has better soil than SbuthFlor-i Aug. 21. to amt received W. V..][Holt of Peru, Boilra
t t. The food dealers*who are being frolic which they are entitled to. Children and other cities a splendid business. tax redemption -' -- has.its'
I ida and the trees will faster and
prosecuted combining to raise the must have exercise to keep them Their advertising has been successfuland grow Total' -- (, from 8,086

fir prices of foods think the United healthy. Deprive them of it and they effective because it has appeared come into bearing sooner here. Don'tworry Aug. 31, by amt paid out _- the 1 'el61 &I.NS F '
about the .
frost line.
. i. States. is no longer free country. will fade away like flowers without regularly always in the same style of There is Aug. SI,, to BtIILD band Is responsible fet ;
such animal in Florida. .
> e no ruND.AIJ and atao Urjeij' _
Running racing skipping, type, stating plain facts plainly and !.069.
The o. t, to amt OB hand -
German military staff made climbing-these are the things that backing them up with the goods. The reported capture of Maubeuge AUK 31. to amt received B. M. DowT-. it be. $I
I' two serious blunders. No. H .fet and not p1e>
y They overestimated lug receipt -- -
strengthen the muscles ,expand the The secret is to e'verlastingly
. and 40,000 prisoners has been deniedThe Ang81. to amt received. W. V.aX MOW wanted. ; ::
their :
:; !own power and underestimated chest and build up the nerves.. A at it; don't let the impression fade garrison consisted of only 20,000 \ redemption rodent ;:

the power of the enemy. mild dose of gymnastics taken in thenursery from one advertisement before another men *ut they fought so stubbornlythat Total !. of the chfndlmd('

t-S S Men enjoy' the' Sunday e-papers. betause will not invigorate ,the system follows it along the same path the Germans must have thought Anz. 81. by amt paid out L Paa-A ericu, .:

S most of them will induce sleep' like a good romp in the open air. making the impression deeper until there were at least 40,000. Aug. ST. to.amt DRAINAGE os band fUND.- Y,302 I resembling'

and.a comfortable nap can be enjoyed Mothers therefore, who counsel their it becomes indelible. Make one ad An*. t, to amt on band..=r r I.. when wbea::1' I

t' 'at home without' going to church. little girls to play very quietly makea tread upon'the heels of another. Make The Tampa Times asks if there is Aug.receipt 31. to No.amt S8 reed B. M.-, Vowing I even It does more noticttiit 0>:*

,-9-, mistake. Better the laughing rosy- your store news a regular publication going to be 'second William the Con- of the anlstrij r

1 Portland Oregon has few automobile cheeked, romping girl, than a pale, that the people win come to look for queror. We are inclined to think Aug.Total 31,_by amt paid out; In length exdst I!'I

1 .:. acidents and there's a reason. lily-faced one who'is called every incha as regularly and as eagerly as they there is going to be a William the '* covered witt 1 fill;
t+'' When' automobile driver exceeds lady. The latter rarely breaks look for the news from the European Conquered. Aug. 31, by amt overdraft "h.lch'n the

,. .. the speed limit in Portland he is sent things or tears her dress, or tires her SURPRISE PARTY. long. $
war.Take ''''.
,- .. to the city. stone. pile., mother's patience as the former does;; the people into your confidence MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS.The In the
lie 4t
but after all what does the tearingand tell them the why and the .' villages '
If' :.. If the people of Europe are wise Miss Mabel Collcy was given a & natives of 'the -i.:
breaking amount to. wherefore interest them in
they win pension their royal masters your opening' function of the sea- prise party'' last Friday evening ,them with'h
and start a government of the people, BEAR YE ONE ANOTHER'S your merchandise and your methods son's gayeties was given on !Tuesday a number of young,friends 'who What I to tlf.
and you.will find that they win American coatfe t.....
I'r by the people and for the people atI. evening by Mrs. L. A. Davis" at the home of Judge and MrS. f;
BURDENS.This meet more than half and : about as taea
: the.end 'of the war. way Jr., in' her home in the West End, A. Gardiner and were chaperoned Into the rocky ,
the spend for
.u money you advertising when ,she entertained four tables of the home of Miss Colley by. Mrs. :hf11a seeks to. ",
;< ThemiIit.ary'criti of, the Telegraph divine command must be heed- will be the best business investment Rook in honor of her charming diner., X

'gyp that will receive ed now. It would,be folly to shut our you ever made.-Tampa Times.
'predicts Europe as a
guests, Miss Marie Whitney and Miss Many games were played and of the chlnchlDa ,
t:' '. Christmas gift the announcement of eyes to the tremendous losses whichwe Content Hardee of Fernandina.The freshments were served. Those Europe dorl&ff

a',protocol or treaty of peace among must meet. Untold billions in WHY EDITORS ARE SKEPTIC. home was artistically decoratedin ent were: nineteenth

the nations in wealth are being swept away and untold has soared
now engaged war. -
palms and ferns with vases of cut Misses Agnes and Gladys
.. e billions in men, more precious' in One of the greatest trials of the collar of oot, .
flowers dotted here Kathleen Clara
and there. The Alvarez Moitt
Think about, eggs costing $2.50 a value ,than all material things- of this material. .
dozen in Hamburg and then quit newspaper' profession is that its mem- color scheme of green and white was ence Canova, Lois'Tison Cleo i)()() or more.-
your young men, strong, clear-minded the ..
bers are compelled to see more of the carried ,
grumbling about the high eOst'of liv out in parlor and dining ell, Ethel Futch and Nellie
fullest fruition of "
Europe's civilization
very shame of the world than in other U'what
and consider fortunate .any room. of Lawtey; Fannie Wynn, Alice
fug yourself
are' being desrtoyed. The UJd come
profession. Thru say
every newspaper Asterenjoying' Rook until a late Messrs. Rodney Turner Charles
in citizen of the good old U.
-: being a financial loss is overwhelming in Is
mag- after
office day day all thewickedness
S.. A. hour a delicious 'salad course was Gus Beasley Roy Simmons on arth ti,t fcij|
of the world, church bickerings served. .
Rape Edward Freeman Powell no one cu m.
Catarrh Cannot Be
Developments so far in the European Cored and all the mistakes,that want to be Mrs. Davis proved an interestingand penter Rawson Davis George produce and enjoy%
war tend to show that the cannot reach the seat of.the disease. Catarrh 'I corrected all the dull speakers that delightful hostess and all'were Allen Canova, Abb Sydboten, people _

... French army- system 'is superior to and in to order a blood to cure or constitutional It yon must take disease Internal ,- 1 want to' be thought eloquent, all the sorry when time came to 'say "Good Chancey Ray Colley. "alone. Ho

i(' the German system and that the remedies. Hall's Catarrh CUre is meanness that wants to gets its wares Night I ; no distance" _
taken Internally and acta directly upon noticed gratis in the Strength, hope. ,
i. French .are superior in the matter o f the blood ,and mucous surfaces. Hairs columnsin The players invited were: Misses ALLIES NOT WEAKENED. -
.' strategy.. l Catarrh Can to not a quack medicine It order to save the tax of advertising Florence Canon Kathleen mry pass. .
wu prescribed by one of the best phytctana columns Alvarez 'f
in this for and to ; the cracked brain Cleo Mitchell Mabelle ,.__ .-
The Punta Gorda Herald says' the country- yean Colley, Thel- Paris Sept. 16.-The French "-_
a regular prescription. It to composed of whose stories are as longas ma Griffin Jeanette
elate 'of Florida is suffering more the but tonics known combined with the, Matthews, Em. rial announcement issued ....d. _
I' beat blood partners acting directly on the their hair and as gloomy as their ma :Darby Messrs. Rodney bardenl'lead. .
from the war in Europe than any other mucous surfaces. ,The perfect combination -' finger nails in mourning because be- Will Turner says no new details of any action
state!' .Other,. papers ,claim .that of the two Ingredients to what pro-.' reft of all the Rape Herbert Alvarez, Allen ing taken place along the Aisne color. Two per < 1
0 daces such wonderful results la curiaf soap bores who come Canova, Edwin lead so that
.i Florida .is ,not suff.erin'at; .all from catarrh. Send for testimonial, free. iV. to stay a few minutes but Freeman Rawson have been received from'lieadquartrs.It i
the All this sourds SA contra J. CHKNET: 4k co. Props.. Toledo O. stay hours. Davis, Homer Limbaugh, Robt. Holland ; a larger
war. declared
!: J Thru was. however that :
an up
Bold by Drunlsts. price Be. the editorial and reportorial Markley Johns brittle., The
'1 dietary as,,the war dispatches. 1 1tf I take HaflllmaUy Wto tat eaMttpeHev I rooms all the follies and shame George White- six tonight the allies had not weak.nt.i .used .>]
;:; '"' c*. ,' I of the Ab Sydboten., .
r i", ,-Y1 E: .. ''''I .;," 1:,"'. ', ', -at'any,. position.. ... .. Express.' ..

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? .,-,.,., ....----...---. .-.. >- ;Some1 bargains Square; edging .;.aid -_ ...,- --- ,;... ...._u. -. ..-----t ;"-.. _,.. .,,-, ., 4t 11r.
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H2 perM ,eeflkf,at'$8. A'few .. : h : -, ; ;:,: :; :
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ri0iiik 'window Quigley'iscreens Lumber-atilO.tcents and Supply Co.each.. ', '... .: jtiA t b s1\n s 1. ;o. -'t Jut)\.t ;'t''i:1. :'it" : ..' :'.- ;

4 ,Misses. Mattie.and'; '" Susie,' Ivy of Arcadia Y'' : bad>> can ga( st djJ.1i in9t" L'

Information. :
are visWng1Mr.Eand.Mrs.J. '
u J.-',Wynn,, Hampton. .In : ; ; put :f1at' ; ; '
ak company : 1 Ne' eo { of 5rca6j.cfdcta | ... ,.., ,J : Ii
Ca..r.Mf '0. p.,:.. ....." ...tr.I. with.Mr. and.Mrs. Wynn they visited a ..J5-* ,
w Cma 4 r.r.. Mr. and Mrs F. A. Scott here Satur- j y4 cttUIt 'utgb' (1r9 -c dh Tac'-.11atg .'... lrolt
: crr i,!tltittrnt',1fi your put & satut'cffof, caag' GX& ;"' slag Hu.t' ::&
: .a i day.Mr. : cO..
: ;:ir. x : "... .. .. .r.iV* .**. *. .J and Mrs' n:,c:t WUlis.were: 'visitors i Di L YUtj'i 'tIk11 Qp2 fi:l'K m tk2 +.il. JO amJCU 'Sf 1 .
,? f'diy goods .Levi tan.w Miss Elsie Schneider, who will to'Jacksonville S day. Mr.;Willis I q 1ht'45CItI' dock Titafkiia: Off baeidy-jsur holm for one rnsn can't'chiat !
,:iT ,:t. .-gfllbvmg:-' :. :;-t3 teachagain Jn the Starke .returned, home 'in the afternoon ; :.:tt AA:_nir"' .ihc,1... ..ht.. same Iauos-of. right,-v.anbonxsg.& ; r ;salt. p 17i1c9cta&'cnb'. _. .. '. -: .' '4
btsa? _
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school- -- _' <.
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1,'fj> '. to old Dover'standtern.LLDIESWizard. rived from, Ocala | and Mrs.,'. Willis remained' for.. .a'visit' ;;:"'::.::: : ":'.i..-'l ..ctiWI'iMMJ1o. :.......,......:. ,. ..-.
1i i>a- -V with her mother.'Mr. .* .!:;
"'!' -'''' [ .: ,. .f .. 'JH :* .: :;H/L; Bro: Wn1ee is'making substantial -
; 1,' : mopi Jones improvements' on his ,already Lee, our'new section foreman,

rf' ] handsome. ..residence Church. street has'taken charge of the section house :
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P1lt. ice t r'j .1 .
::' k. -- .t I here, R. W. Sweat the former "boss," \ 1 at] c4Ji.

'.AiIerkP.wue 7' at Hull Depart-: Mrs. J. J.. Sparkman was called,to has gone to Starke.-Tyler Correspondence ; r.
1 -j Waldo Saturday by the illness of her in Gainesville Sun.' E
"' .
I't ,-..-' gj --- daughter-in-law, Mrs. Henry,Agin. J
L. A. Wynn is repairing and ,im- ,_:
; j l-Cot: C. L. Peek made a business trip assistant proving his ,recently acquired property .
Miss Notre M. Johnson, first -
returning to their
&: to Qeala They :on Pine street and will move his home in West ooaoooooooocoo
.w principal of the Starke High. Green, Ga. They will visit relatives ao_ oooo
family here this week, in order to be
Allowing machines, hay rakes, bay
; School, arrived here Wednesday. in Jacksonville, Valdosta
i and
ready for the opening of school. Way-
ir'a ,Jones, Hardware.m -. I f- cross. They will be the guests of "
i ft Mrs. E. T. Campbell was a visitor Moving.to old Dover: stand-Stern- 'We are now' having the kind of Miss Addie Belle Lowtehr. $2,000.00
r berg's. weather that has made Florida famoUS -
Wednesday. 1 1P
to Lawtey I A rain .
Wednesday afternoon and
Closing out white canvas low shoes The' days are breezy and pleas- '
Perry Dover, of Hampton, was ant and the Wednesday night settled the dust that
Mr. nights
are so delightfully
\ ; i If your size is here you will get a
\ .. visitor to Starke Tuesday. I It j.1 bargain. Brown's. 9112t. I cool that sleep is sweet and dreamlessand been a source of annoyance for
i restful several days and lowered the temperate Stock of Shoes
?t |. .Mr. L. D. Register made a business. American fence. If quality and not several degrees. Many of the H
ji .
trip,to Dade City this week. I I qmantity counts, you will buy American Hon. James T. Wills, Judge of the strawberry growers who had been

.1'; ,I; Edwards visited relatives fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. Eighth Circuit, .returned to Starke waiting for rain took advantage of
; ;jlGss
I" '-f.Jacksonville". this week. .1 Jones.Mr. yesterday here. Judge after Wills several expects days to be spent in the plants.Mr.chance. to finish setting out their We are dosing out our line of Men's,

Graham, of Raiford; was C. B. Bond:of Nashville, Tenn., Gainesville again next week. Gaines .
Mr:.Wrf S. -
;. :t:to'Starke. on business Friday_ ,representing the Clements' Paper Co., vile -Sun. J. F. Colley'was out of commission Ladies9 and. Children's Shoes at .
-q,1 I lof that city, was in Starke Tues a few days last week on accountof '
K'SUMMER-- -- Have your house day. Mr. R. A. Green, of New River, an injury received while shoeing a cost, within the next 15 days.It's easy
#aaie 4 Jonea', Hardware.Mr. who is a candidate for re-election as horse. The animal reared and
., ) I Mrs.:; W. E. Bradley and little son, of the Florida house of plunged
.1- messenger while Mr. Colley its enough to find what want in this line E
buai- was holding
W : Ri Fernandez; a, Edward Melton, left Saturday for a in Starke Thursday you
representatives was foot
and its-knee struck him in the
t Ff>ss trip.to'Jacksonville Tuesday. I visit with her mother and other: relatives -
while his to Gainesville, .
on way ribs and slightly fractured one of now but you' had better come in today
at Bailey, GaI ,
C'-wpJ; baa turnedlreia where he will attend the university them.
ti1 >LI ;E. Hodges The hurt was not serious, but
:t a business trip to Fort Meade. I Mrs. W. B. Alexander and her again this winter. it made Mr. Colley willing to rest a before the stock is picked over. .It'strue .

friend and guest, Miss Rachel Mar few days. I I
ti 5::ell' 6 doses 666 will break any Mrs. Felix D. Witkovski and son,

.. N i of Fever or-Chills. Price 25e. tin, of Madison. were visitors to Howard, of Chatham, Ontario, Canada Moving to old Dover stand-Stern-, the summer season is about over, but low .
'" Starke Monday.Mrs. I
L arrived unexpectedly in Starke berg's.

utf.. "visited rLawnmce Ortagus, of Jackson, J. Speer! .of Maxvflle, was in Wednesday for a visit with the families quarters you can wear all the year 'round.
!. mss,, relatives here Sunday. 1. of Major E. S. Matthews and Mr. and :Mrs. S. J. Prescott Mr. and ,
Starke Monday making
t Ii -JIr,T.N. Limbaugh' family havefiietened i i to plaojs her son, Raymond, in school Mr. B. R. WitkovskL Mrs.Gladys Francis Prescott Pierce and Guy Prescott Prescott, Miss We had rather curtail all profit ,now than -

to town from Kingsley lake. here this winter. re- .
; }: We ale having inquiries frequentlyfor turned to their pretty home
.1 r .dean groceries every week.tL.theun. .I Mr. E. L. Powell, of Miami,.visited improved farms of 10 to 20 acres near Starke Wednesday afternoon, carry them over, and 'we think the :advantage h. ''

'Hull's Department Store.his niece. 'Mra. B. B. Hopson, Thurs.I hear town. If .you have property of after spending seven very enjoyable '
this kind to sell, list it with us. Bradford of low cost to will, dean ,
c day and Friday, while' on his way day at "Red Bug Camp" on Geneva you
'L r. fdaea 665 will break any 'Abstract Co. 9112t.
or County
home from North Carolina. .lake. Miss Gladys Prescott was hostess '
._;of. fever,orChflls.. Price 25c., I them '
# of lumber sash doors of a launching party while there. up.
..ft.eJt. AU grades ,
wind and
Clouds and lulling temperatures
'. ;..11Ir.V.: J.. Valentine, of, Palestine, for the past few days indicate paints, and in'fact, everything for This is the fourth time the Prescott
fins'in Starke on business Saturday. building and improving your home, to family have visited the lake this sum .
f -* & '- : the approach of the equinoctial be' had at the Quigley Lumber &: mer. They declare this to be.the most A. A. Wainright
[Penile and ginghams at Leviton's. weather disturbances. Supply. Co. successful of the season.

Moving. ) old'Dover stand Stern- Miss Selma Johns, of Jasper, who Our citizens C
were disappointed
Mr. M. of Jacksonville
will teach the fifth in the .
.. grade
'.. 6< .. deputy United States marshal, was in Monday by not receiving their daily
Starke -
school this winter, arrived
l&ffiKsW.. 'M Andrews, of Brooker, here Wednesday. Starke on business Wednesday. Mr. war news in the morning papers -as
.Jn Starke on business Satur- Hagan is a Bradford county Cracker the usual time. The wreck of a

Ht I= Miss Grace Sutton, of Jackson, Abu, and ,is one of the ,many boys from I freight train on a trestle at the 56th

il / who has been engaged 'as' a trimmer this county who have made good...in mile post made,it necessary for the
h supplies and ,tablets, bags, in the millinery parlor'of,Mrs. B. B. their chosen callings. : trains to be diverted through Lake I ,
'if jHustfcML f :. MTttflf, i"fcTry/ Brown'i. I Hopson, arrived in,Starke Monday. City and no trains passed through HERE TO STAY
p' i'i-i,>a* 9-11-21 The School and Civic Club will hold Starke from the north or south until .

t \M :tlrlp: Andrews, Jr, made acii i I Miss Charlsey Payne, of Wauchula! the first monthly meeting for the year evening. The wreck was caused III IIIin'Starke. '
'to Manatee ,Wednes- visited friends here this week whileon 1914-15 Wednesday, September 23, at by a car loaded with machinery turning Ft

!. 'the way home from Atlanta, '3 o'clock p. m., in the new school turtle on the trestle and draggingsome I wish to announce to the public that I will stay
;;, ,' : where &3 las been attending school house. AU members are urged to be flat cars and two cabs off the

t -just what. you have been present Important matters pertaining track. Nobody was injured in the I am here for,better or for worse. I
'D. E. Knight and little
f. ",. -Qsigley Lumber, ft; SupplyJJJTPS Paul Ernest, are spending a few days son, cussed.to the year's work will be dis wreck.. have investigated other parts of the State mOvWafa&aJQedRem

in Jacksonville with Mrs.' Knights' ( Many people are moving 'to Starke in search for a suitable location .for :my

..&fK! :*eirlftad.... of win field fencing at sister Mrs. Charles Larson. Mr., N. B. Hall returned Friday to take advantage of our exceptions business, but the more I saw of other towns the
-, -. > price*: Quigley Lumber AUi ; from business trip to Baltimoreand school facilities. Starke has one of:
:.-, (::0;, John Hatcher Jr, ,of Lake Butler, New York. :Mrs. Hull remainedin the best schools in the State of Florida =: better I liked Starke. Therefore) will remain in _
1> was convicted of in the
i r; a the north 'for a few weeks longer. and people are not slow to Starke arid continue to business at the '
i_:,,1' W. S. Kersey of AJldn18,1'fa'. county court Thursday and was fined recognize same ; :
Mr. Hull that business in
:rfW.motherIrs.' Gum' ,here $25 and costs or 60 days in the gang.Mr. .- some lines reports is brisk in the north and al advantages this fact Starke Besides has its many education inducements old stand, comer of. Walnut and Ninth Street. ;'i,. .

'' 19.W ik.. ; W.''S. Graham, of Baiford,'has in other lines very dull to offer homeseekers in the I vnll. carry as always,a.good line of general

t. "..';wfll find us located in the old tented the A. S. Crews cottage, on Moving to old Dover stand-Stern- way of health conditions, fertile soil, merchandise and make a specialty. of staple and,
stand in few days.tern Walnut street His will facilities and the '
1 : a occupy good transportation '
I, it this winter and,the children berg's.As hospitality of her people. Agriculturally fancy groceries, hay and grain. : iIlh'ank

r 1, I t Ei."..' attend, school here. announced elsewhere in this issue Bradford county is the garden I my customers'for past'favors and .solicit :;= 'f'
.: J Lea Harris and Curtiss
r ; eWaBer;. were shopping son m; Starke, Moving to old Dover stand Stern, of the Telegraph the Starke spot of Florida and in time a knowledge their business i in the future. I will. increase j': ,
:| _' ,.' school Mil open next Monday, September of this fact will bring the land
11.\ tl'.t.--f .. berg's.If 21. ,The new building is near hungry from all points of'the compass my stock of goods i in every line and will be able '

}1 aa't forget to look us up in our you want uniform designs in enough completed for use and it was to our doors' to give you better service than ever before. '. ; .I
P"Il'j n1s'glace next door to Stump's.E .- school tablets,' best and largest num- thought best not to delay further the ........
t.. :" Jh i'L ber of leaves for 5 cents go toBrown' opening of the school Two or three families of gypsiesare z; .' :f"'f';
south of the Wannee
r U-Mr.;* Sternberg. of Gainesville- .. 9-ll-2t Mr. T. N. Kendrick and family moved railroad track. These families are i

I of }',.*** Us son, Mr. N. Sternberg,- and For the next few days we will sell I to :Maxville Tuesday, where Mr. members of the tribe that visited L. D. REGISTER ).

{ I %..'e eaday.t1tf.1 our ladies. white shoes at absolute cost Kendrick has the-position of managerof Starke earlier in the'season and spent .. .
and this is the time to buy white the Florida Farms; owned and several days. The men devote their 1tftftftnhhffLnilnutnsLnffu
aid Mrs. T. J. Strickland spent shoes. Hull's Department Store. operated by the J. T. Wise Company. time to trading horses, smoking and
..... with the family of Mr. Mr. Kendrick has leased his farm indulging in games of chance. Theylet

-.at i Echrar_ ., Embroideries at Leviton's. here to Mr. Ben Johns. the women buy and beg provisionsand

c 1'1''t-11', GL V. Simpson, of Gainesville, W. W. Martin was here yesterday. KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEM! do what little work is done. The ;

Brill lee parents, Mr. and Mrs.,WiliMUiards He has been engaged .in farming at For home, stores and all public build principal occupation of the women,

.' this week. Starke for some time but was en ings. Requires no running water, cess- however, is to separate the credulous : :
',ti .J,'rl r,; .. route to Trenton, where he expectsto pool or sewer connection. Approvedby from their money by telling fortunes. [ DO YOU NEED ONE?!
s those children's rack for
rr- shoes. locate.-Gainesville Sun. They promise a victim good a
Boards of Health. Costs less than '
ilMftwfl be a special counter. Hull's quarter, -more luck'for four bits and
l&Msmt; Store. Mr. R. L. Mott has sold his mercantile cess pool or sewerage systems. For enough luck to last him a lifetimefor MOWING MACHINE, RAKE.. HAY '
:: sale by the Quigley Lumber A .
f; 4 flK ?- business and barber Supply ..
shop on dollar.
|"i "1'9J* **, satin, 'run metal, Ninth street to Mr. W. J. Frierson, Co. a PRESS. STALK CUTTER -
t -th r, tan, any color. Hull's who will ++++++++++++. +*++***
$ ,, I I...; I 0.MoVRe.__ continue the business' at the We have SEVENTY-FIVE pairs of + HARROW? .,
,,4 J it 'a. old stand. children and misses low shoes whichwe + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. '+

;.1 p A. Scott 'and family, who Miss Eunice Robinson, of Folkston, are going to sacrifice at 75 cents ..................... DEWITT C. JONES i
,lL summer at and $1.00. This is
; Jy Kingsley lake, Ga, arrived here Wednesday to spend a rare opportunityto
A' Q.MNM Manned to town. the winter with her brother. Mr. J. secure a pair of shoes for your FOR SALE-:Missionary strawberry
"- :'--- C. Robinson, children. We will sell at these ab- plants, $2 per 1000. Enoch.Grif. HARDWARE LUMBER i
: Ethel and family and t
!! Futch and Nellie Robl.awte attend surd on 4
prices SATURDAY, SEPT. fin
the Lawtey.
., Starke
High ,
: ,.an visiting Kiss **. 12 and MONDAY, SEPT., 14 only.Hull's WuuUuu.
.,. who have
.;;;. .{It..f ,' not forget those |15.00 blue Department Store. persons
y ? :shoes for serge suits, they are the best that hay to bale to apply to G. M. Ben-
Lfl.tI bop and girls,
can be The H. Kirkus-Ddgdale Co. has nett, Route 3, Starke Fla. 9-4-4L
bought for
low cut ask that price Hun's
these them.
published a'song entitled, "Yesterdaythe : .
I f Store. ''.' Department Store. FOR SALE.-A few second-hand [
- I! |! yartment War Clouds Gathered," written by shovels, axes, mattocks; wheelbarrows Win than pleueyon. d '
"F; t B. Crews occupied the pulChriitiaa John Mack, colored,'who has been Miss Agnes Gardiner, of Cheltenham, and tents. G. C. Livingston, Estimates given +I i i

rpa .... church morning employed ,around the ,depot for :'several Mr., who is a niece of Judge Geo. A. Starke, Fla 9-4-4t V cheerfully.. Prompt ser

: t. j" :: it'Sunday. weeks, was arrested Thursday Gardiner, of this city. A copy of FOR SALE-Full blood Jersey cow We vie VT Panel ..... 4Clwgea i

1- ) 'I.t.n. Tom morning' for stealing freight from this song can be secured by applying ) and two heifer calves at a bargain.C. One Wcy.JKWELRT. I
who will teach the depot and to the author. DIAMOXDi. -
,idling it. .
trade In the St rk.'mp' Some of the ) F. Hoover.FOR faovEurrgs, / x

*wt ;'ittivid km from.. at Itolera..the goods tale Hof was his found in his house Mr. and :Mrs. Francis P., Prescott SALE.-Several thousand fine R. J. RILES 1 '

:.:""::t ..--JQ. pl d in arrest. He wu are visiting their parents, Mr. and Ktondyke strawberry plants. T. areik..rttta ..... ;
e .... ...jail_ to... await. triaL, .",; J Mrs. Fla. 9-11-2L
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\"ti'" ; elk/eby tie : :. : ,..;., ; ,aD .for Mat year sJMiria jiiak* big led H'in'..campaign of pecans he had to deal in the present: criiia. .. .
:" 1)11r..w.i cut. g U .*j**, eaF Itsnentat tlNt.M: :.,t..t:.:jpe'o"tel sion without-parallel in ape-I And when Russia continued to mob ';....... .. >asY 4 r :. ,r- .
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J to, : Bot .
we Best"
;:.Why should he now be maligned lime when French Prices "For
If.. r.. :.III.J"_. .w. na/urc.MA....,.._.. lpor bit *< "f. 'I airamps ,
," eo .t at w, .ever [
.T. should
t ;Why Germany be the tar- Belgian sad Luxemberg into
that WI.Mft soiayj -',e ,,r: German 'Ha.
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.;:; .tarty ii. r---- .
II hav paft simply !
N" > / t' of !m isrepaaeatation: and contempt territory, !hen.bombs*were dropped Set laknd'.Cotton
ilia bas M Aawa'sO nt will littk to sD.or .' :and -
1/ : eoontries haw because' 1 German'
as into
0: l Jte : supporting an territory.whfle the Cur
> 1 ...taI"iIt.. ..3M', 'wey. =1E JlI"9'f.:'' ally in a'Just eau.t Why should the I and the .
. : ministry .We .
,., .
"' : ; protesting l. ... Will ..
Make }
( .-*.*, "'"" ''"ilil-,$0 WB sstSasw: "'"ssei-1'*'....:.... :d troyW' .and tfd*-wffl i7'' of the Anglo-Saxon world! that'ther,,wired the : You The
peace .. 'f
3 r predict jhai the next time years .J-1' trade. ; balance MI'titeed to :Raata;/iwhfda stands I Kaiser would have been a fool aDd a '
\ we wffl se? a'business. .;.; : fj! eveVything reactionary and brutal ... ., Closest'Prices on Dry
.4 tJ'f : recreant .to his. duty had he not __ J., ,. ,
,c I. : U_$.t./ii.. .. -le wjlkh jexilct 1 and massacres its most;r struck when he did. -
; :1; gtike I If .DIIer'-:._....,.ww. wt o7-worfvvad all r-Statesid.T1usnrrtJ0br ti000A00 bu- inteUigeot 'citizens,,whicL'stm keeps I I "It was'the intention of Russia and '. Goods and 'Groceries
geney alive in the
diplomacy of the world I France to. delay actions until theirmobilizations
{: I and this will be told at = I
/partake of the shcR" an average '
"' ,.,. proIpIritJ..J.ID'daeptt the.poison aBd .thtngaggeTpolicy of were completed., It ,
t .". > two-- *- I over ; .lhtschi yelli, instead-of :being accord.I I would have been'national suicide for r ./ "
IM. .Uo *"' :n9 t ed thf enlightened and constitutionr Germany to let'this scheme succeed. ;
c' 'staUs.ln the Miwiawppf VaUq. & can securities. in bonds, stocks"and
monarchies, of the German ? "The
: ,t race issue is' joined. The struggle
",, tbeseoccasions I have- met A grew, mortgages 10|he extent of about $l.. )
: .Of..FrincE/wq :willjnot,speak. The has be Un. What its end will be no
faAerf sDck raisedaw securities will be
: many A. D. ANDREWS .
natural of. noble I
sympathies that nation man can say. If Germany d Au.l -
V have aA F"1W a m Ch'de-
try merciKita. J very
r -
should be with the
liberty-loving should
l tria-Hungary be defeated they
.,.wtedthed f aredhoS Europe twill :Germans tatherthan1 'with the 'M LI2
enslaved will have the supreme satisfaction of ERCANTI GO.RAIFORD.FLA '
Denver St Paul and Min'neapolii need the : ;
..., New York, money. *mxiscovites, but the'French are having battled in a righteous cause, 1' .
e place bank- And certain it is that our prosperitywill
meeting breach '
ibliadedbythe: memories' their.un- while to France nd' to England will :
.... INi enabje. ujjto b.b these securities : "
::fortunate" struggle to 1871. accrue the etema1lOrM- shame
t ,')(7 O lt 'VvvfU''UWWJ'however busness .' thuia<...fiN w V07. off' <9or< debts at yt, agood :* fThe .question rdvilized nations I of having helped to assure"the'u. 'I

*> is founded on somethmg big eaadiscount. should-ask themselves is r this: 'Shall I premacy of the'Tartar, who is 'a"per- '.
than the general feeling which We are a producing people. V6uri .
K orope Russianized 7> Shall the il greater to them than the yellowman
,wgi,not..ggttfq: byngaost, knout and the ,;become institutions .,
'. Ji'= .Q. pogrom of the orient;
t is ouaiedn he ibl apIOltaor annexation. We have _
in civilized Europe? "It would be doubtful
cents of the plowed it out of the cut it a glory to r .
Sixty pnorief
per "Amertea alroulf-lift| ;her voice in have intrenched the'Cossack with his
s tAe u.aiedjt; tellivi"Ii a&A the fwesti mmadit oat. of,the : IIEIEVEII NO NEED"
: warnihrto7'Englandr Tools; if you ,knout upon the ruins of Europe's. fair
the country and in the towns of 5,000AsUta&s'and mountains* .S. ,r
tier c "
'{ under: C ;I ., '2K[ 4niirjjtlt1iie..n war lords.;. tprampe(5but'-Germany' : you willbaa in civilization.. Tampa'Times..

i" The trade in, these towns and vil.s. We havji not even militant suffnget "Asia:: and in figlit''Rnssia'yourself Europe'1i fore a genera-,, A 'IENEI1 TONIC' TAkE

._ Wda'pa->' erDM .'PiowrJ' J s.t\11I' .uJJt.; ngefooting >tiJ is passel!" J ':' ., FIFTEEN CENTS' FOR COTTONSeed 'GRD.YU

s J ityiof: the farmers. here. We are. farmers, mannfactur- : *Gerakny i5fightfeg your Thermo- .
\V If.i:Vl 4 a ".lotted ftrfHl_ ert, tensporMnj mlter. 'mom tB. py 7'",-' .11 r.t .. | Cotton Accepted at Six I The Old Standard GTOTC'S Tasteless chill ,;o'l
,Den the farmer is. depreai i an and when all Europe has gone crazy Valuable ontheJ
mrbe'f ahT three principal causes Cents-Equivalent to 15cA as a Tonic because it Acts
'. @1Itohur.! 'imple1MBt.a 1i't1ei"Mert 1 uiij Ijttug.dejtayip, ffdrifU 4e tim of'the'terribl war'that is raging- Pound For I Lint Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds
and few ..
? that trade in the large consuming only a compara-
\S Putloppo first, Russian'ambition; second, the Whole System* F.* Grown People and C6ildi
: j'r.mr t J .. .Fr, nch..Ius q? vengeance; third, Brit- ;
p 1Witf;'!-Iftd wtTtte g g'to Ttrrptwef ish resentment at losing world markets | Cotton is intrinsically worth. fifteen _, 4&3

-e ... . J'aUI ilJ3 a a, \ ,JJ a Y ted'pie ple..J It)4niy. e- ; _u That is to' M the formula is printed oa every label showing that it contains the wag_
s?Bver:since.the.days of Peter the ,say, middling upland lint took properties of QUININE and IRON Iris u strong:as the
\ 1'! mains for us to stand by eacfc other; has bee cotton should net growers an averageof tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has strange Hi
dldoL171 'i' GreaVRussia nearer get no equal for Malaria, Chills and VIM
i : ro health
f +dc I 'xeeAuVf hemitefs sjlk.ep { ,
fifteen cents for the Weakness
a pound
dtsyelntchesfu upon;: Constantinople. crop general debility sad loss of appetite. Gives life and vigor fa Nni
-. 'I adatl.a teachers, professors and a not allow. our" nave ,to.n get'on..... the u -. WUenrit found its:way'to the direct of 1914, provided economic.and financial Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. .>Remova'l3ilkoaoms.withgd pvbH!
I :' od mI11 ;' fa lm.t1! E 1- :Tejo. !'! I B .. acbievementtt'bf'tbi&.purpose blocked conditions at home and abroad 'Reliever nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to sctiat .

The .sentiment of the audience was ELBERTx1oA4 HUBBAEDL? by.England"a-roandabout was were normaL. porifies the blood. A Tree Tonic and Sore Appetizer. Complete Strenffesi
UtHahnefr wire to getfa bger jpd' to w smrrjriniiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiii But Hoflmilllbo lbe1rithoctit. GttatantetdbyyouDngiiat. 'Wemeaakviji
> ; .. -e devised -,urcThe .r even under: existing artificial .
i better price for their.producta for the I > SlaV.populations of the Bal- uncertainties 'dne to the sudden warsin -

next year than they have in the past in ,[!j which half the world is now
.' \11+ kaas'were ;inotedr to insurrections'kerinlny engaged THE
V Wheat will be a doHaror a dollar the actual : PURIFIER;1
rt.+ against of which have net, natural, intrinsic ;
t, 'ten,. before Christmas; corn ,will be THE GERMAN SIDE.. aacceededand.Mve dismembered the and true worth of cotton is a good Aluceessrulremed1fOlRheumstiBmIDoodPand
s : 85 cents oajts 60 cents, 4- :1 P P P all Blood Diseases. A wonderful tonic for
80 to ; wpljw Ottoman.empire. Russia knows that deal more than soave people believe. men and women. Has been manufactured for ".
'Farmers will bevgtttusg lOkeekfcjforhogs i:iiiiiiHiiimiiijiiiniiiA Bo>> confident are the editors and
** i.* whatever parts of/Turkey may be acquires past 35 years. At all Druggists, $1.00. ,
at the railroad stations'; cattle in i well known German resident'off publishers of Orange Judd Southern : :;
by Servia and other petty Bal F. V. UPPMAN. CO.. .,Sayannah.8s;. ..'.i.,
:I f "' 4c f Tjegp.igeqyrlus ?th a bibmVe ;with kan"states'"virtually belong to Russia Farming .of the, correctness of their "
i '.:Wages of ail kinds are ping to be :the following article from the German because "Russian 'money keeps allthese'States'afloat judgment as .above statedthat this

y ,.bigbsr,;..Farmers in Iowa! and Illinois I Her.ld.'of Berlin, which gives, tie Their kings. are great. Atlanta weekly magazine" for

:IJ ,':h.n-b.a pa 'r $3-and34.a4a .G''II"\lfk1i' f nteP1e\ office boys of the*Czar. the farms and homes of our Southern ;

.Karvest hands. A'."Ames I me a i present war. It is an interesting cop* ''"In recent times the rise of Austro- states is ready to backup its judg- y

man i who had just hired 100 students, Itn ution,t. the history of the stragg Hungary supremacy has interferedwith ment, 4ht here and now.,

boy* .. .f w I: this 'Russian plan. Therefore, Its issue for,September 12 announces
.rt &:=1i The causM u1I *th j consiracies; and insurrections against a plan for doing this which' ,- if 4 $

r. struggle' hr Ebrope ire no Httie understood Austria has been fomented. We have co-operated in' by any considerable

..i .: High wages' means :good ,business and appreciated in this counT seen the fruits 'of this policy in the number of growers.'will.hold off the

t for dealers in clothing, boots, shoes try. Let us try to 'sum them up:'by assassination,of Archduke Franz Ferdinand market for months a good many. bales '

"find' all sorts of living. commoditiesL: means.of an imaginary! parallel Serf: and his wife at Sarajevo. of cotton. ..
& -.The trek, that ire, 'have :.tamper via aad'the'other Balkan states; have '*'Austria- felt that the time had'l come What the Plan is.

u :oops( to every line and Uut'prices are l>e nto''Austria-Hungary'a source i to U put'an end 4 to this bloody diploma .Any grower may deliver fifty : 1*
bC to iiild; also'that.they ingoing Mexico or tour southern border, only : to.protect the murderous and receive therefor Orange ,Judd

",- ,te buy agriculturalImplements: '' ton a *orsl., NOT, snppose"Spain were an- :Servians at hazards. scrip amounting to $3. This allowssix

.scale:that they'have: never..done be- bitioas to ,gain,a: foothold on the Thus ..the war 'was precipitated. cents a pound for'the seed cotton
: t. -...: r.t\.'. I,, u'fT" \ -.' 'continent, to this end which 'is. equivalent to fifteen-cents
:, Amepcan_ 4nd' When the history of its origin is writ- .
i e ; ,,{,The .onlr... deprppaion:-thatezif' inmeriad'thegcities' Spain were continually fomenting farsurrfectionsiHn I ten,.civilization' will point its aecnsi for middling upland cotton lint and This is to announce, that

:. The. : M. icb." Not content i ing finger at the Czar, and will say, $24'a ton for cottonseed. The scrip, ",

towns villages., ndfcojinfi ire. hopXUL -. wth'| ; this .the .M ricw, under SpaV- Thou art the man!' when validated by the gin,.will.be accepted

.' tti ..!, ?.. i.. ;i ish instigation andby means of Span .."But France-France still smarts the
; t The .United States, Euasia and,ArfBfitina'ate -. ish':gold; were':Organizing revolutionary ender,the recollection of its defeat.in. grower's, subscription to .the, weekly

pis .:+ :' ,the'thVee great'grain.jnvdndng ; .societiesin: .those American 187071. France: wants to get back Orange Judd: Southern Farming for j* .

'. centers. ..Russia's wheat'crop states'like Arizona' 'an$ New Mexico, Alsace-Lorraine: which Germany recovered three years. VSTXRKE,. FLA

,t t. jb below the. normal,.whereas JDUTS; is .where,there was Targe and tmstabje after the last war. Alsace and The ginner is to be compensated

f above.; v -, Spanish 'population.' *. Now, sup 94'' Lorraine have always properly been by retaining all of the seed and by will 'now;supply all motorcar

r Europe, |*ab..11I.4.:1-. f competed{ to the>Vk6-Presiie4 ?.of, the United German :territory, and were. perfidiously having enough .of an interest' lithe of this community -,
.look this.wiy for food. I. States} traveling-witii bit wife jthipArizona .wrested from Germany by the I cotton so that the"ginner stands to

r Argentini i las dnM .croPS. ;. -which jotere'assssiTa4ed. by & ei, French over 200 years ago.. 1 make a profit of $15 to $20'on each with

e. .. Veans;; that. bar farmers "wih. be' in cans and the. crime #traced to the "That is why France has formed its bale of such cotton.

,tiM market for vast quantity of goods Mexican capital. Would not the Ini- alliance-with Russia. That a nation The Orange Judd people agree, to '

.. ;which heretofore have been purchased ted States be>> perfectly justita 3 in ,which has so frantically extolled,lb- \ hold the cotton off the market for .. fir $ton

: largely in Germany, Austria andIkanU any steps-would not ratio h nor erty, and humanity 'should league it- months in the hope .that'' eventuallyit
-.t-| r' .1" n fl and justice dl1and-that full r selfwithone of the most brutal of .will sen for fifteen cents. Tires

*? t > .J-Aa MbthlAntVnea, will tot thiljway ion be exactel from Mexico, aid tbst despotisms for the sake of, glutting I.. Assume i Risks, Share Profits.

for agricultural implements, machinery American officials be premitted tq investigate its'revenge, is one of the ironies of I They not only assume all.the risk, Tubes and Accessories
and commodities in a thous- the'real instigators of[the history. but, agree to donate to better farm- }

-suid'formL crime? 'If Spain, as Russia bald Bone, However, there is also a ..commerrial ing moVett1ent 'any surplus :that ,this
The trade from South America will .I 1ow herself willing jsnj ready .to .aspect to the situation. In recent cotton may net above..half, the regu An ever growing demand for

1 be shifted largely.from grope to the forestall such investigation would not Jean practically every Russianloaahas :lar subscription price of.their weekly. Firestones in this locality and

t '- :United States. The, prosperity of the common sense of mankind assume been floated in Paris and so, They do this as'an instant, practical every locality where quality is'

both"Ameriof will ,also .bi: doubly' that Spain"waTafraidler own guilt in a large measure France is going to '' and effective donation to help out appreciated has'made it necessary

v ;oars:for not only will we share in the of complicity, the crime would lie war-to'protect her bankers and their3ntereats. 'the present crisis. to establish headquarters here..

r spedthfsoath Alnulaa, but.we uncovered? \ \. a ,S 'By.thus ..utilizing few pounds of

.: We have endeavored to.give you,a 'I. -"As-for England-uring the last i, seed cotton which otherwise might be The Firestone factory the'Larg

fair parallel of the' situation as it exists forty years England's unquestioned (wasted, by this co-operation which est Exclusive Tire Factory in .the
'work in order. to destroy. .in Europe. It should_ be understood control of the world's markets has will cost the average grower so lit- World-has.again increased greatly

We are now harvesting: our cotton thedospoji& ruler of benighted been sadly shaken by German thrift tle that he will never miss it, he is and the output has jumped.78%.:

'crop, which is w rtIi' approximately millions, 4s.the, man who has precipitated and enterprise. Because they have getting a big return directly for him

: ..,|'750,000/)00.. .. the European war. He coud' been undersold, because the quality of : self and ,is helping. to hold. off the 'This enormous output made under
The factories of France, Germany have averted it, but chose rather to their goods have been surpassed by market indefinitely what may amount perfect factory conditions, makes it :_

|and Austria are closed but 'manufacturing rush to tiie defense of Jhe murderers German manufactures, because their | to a good many bales, possible to sell .Firestones at a price .

'in England d will continue*asnever who, there,is every reason to believe,1were proud Boast to rule the seas and collect But best of aU it the'profound 'influence no' greater than others are forcedto

before. It is not at.all probe instigated by. Russian intrigueand ,profits from an nations has been for good afforded by'the example charge for tires made in less ,

/ftbVthat*England win be invadod, subsidii byRossfeln'rullesJ Ev: successfully challenged by Germany of at lease one big firm that economical factories.

3 Great/Britain will see to it that en London's "special cable" reprjsea"tative Great Britain is filled with bitterest i is willing' thus to show its faith that Call Firestone
i -a: pathway/across. the' awns kept represented' tEe Riser's, "al resentment"Jealously i middling upland cotton will again be at +tfiETt

:. ,clear,'and this win mean that a good. most going down upon his knees to1 of commercial rival is worth fifteen cents a pound. Above (forBigget, Tin .KdbeFirattoaeTire

c tty quantity 'of-our.cotton.ril.be ab- induce Russia to desist from-mobili-' at the bottom of England's policy. Out Such an example is worth oceans '
& .aorbexLjAlJEngland.: ,. .nation" Ahnost going-down upon ones of this motive of talk. Let others who sell to the 4: Ra6betCerpaay:
t 2 Brithin is the: best foreign knees Is not srliie and springs her unholy allisnee south likewise offer .u--m.a.-.........o.-E._,A.a
R t j of the UnitedSia&streaf! t 'Czaruwho act.- the. with her ancient enemies the to accept cotton ......&...,,...; Jh.......
It .a tie *< n .. ." could;"p pitate. a ywar liberty-hating muscovite and ;the for their goods in,lieu of cash. The
t ,. ain bnys' f lDtiUlj 'eYrJ'.JAl; when two of hia'rto 1 yai cousins were Gaul future is certainly brighter when a
reds:to, the extent?.ot 1500,000,000. : using all b aerak Je Heaps to !r -"Those the real house like .Orange Judd, Company tFt1
are ,
reasons which
t1r.. x by Great 1boikh... .. is'either: '. ; "" ,im l; L
: Kim .an Win j r. have:led to the War. whosebusiness; was, established in
to, baeifl:.of..eoo.ooo is. nlayiag ta\. mta gwfltakei, "They 'say-they 'are the London 1842 and is a household word around 4

i \-1'e $ .in'on... 'faTo "'of .'I cow- }j.fJ:1.I r Garb .correspondents' who are furnishing the world gladly accepts cotton at
.l'l !; !
: e r-oeo.I ,.. ;;1.. "'aft)' uu' 'h.d"rt. poetically all t enm- fifteen cents for its goody and
.1- i of 18 that is to be onto
... '
.j,..... .8ftJ.. .....ct.; ,not..prodoo* ewM emkt .ie -"" t. Greirt. 19s tam "\? at the presenttbey that
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NOTICE OF'TU SALE' ,cmon ucnoii' a or caurra:: tt --7
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that ABee Lew
.:: : t.J Ihaa.t1r foUoirlia drsatlbid property wlf lie dd at, l>Be sueUoaty fca patehaser of tax eerU&taU Mow -. ) J' -
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{ d Odobse.lfM- of Bradford Mat of Honda or to audi than- aated the 1st oar 01 Jab .A. D. Mil has I .r }

i! ,' gF M pay tt..*...dw for tueflletem bat oppoest., to tM come, tor led MM eertifieau ia my office sad basmade
appBeatioa for tax deed to issue te aceordaace -.
pt stesh.te u4l4ftft11dJ1lo with law. Said certificate aanees fleaItffUnnKg- .1
1} ;..... the following described property situated ta ;: ;
( Bradford cooatr Florida, to-wits .ICoauaeaciac 1.. .... v

1' .. : MO feet west ., southwest eon / : : !'

CI2 II aer of Madam and Myrtle street and nm ..... .
1 f# f ;. west 21. feet to West Morelaad street thence "
,f.-i' :"t- o south aloa*> said itreet 420 feet thence cast t' ; ";?* ..
.. .
i i' ..__ Deformion of Lard p1'j :a. f'I 0 210. feet thence north 420 feet to point of lie.m. j V
oS cs: :. ._"d ., !n Gukte'a addition to Starkc. and i'F'
1":1" ; .0. sa 5 s 5f designated oa mar of same at Clarks two : or theilot Weather

:. {, .f iot Po: acre 22 emit lot Section 29, township 6, tooth range. H "

i The ia'd land beta* aneied at the date of 1.i\ ,
f:niJ'7.. ".* Issuance of such certificate U the name of of. .'et ', ...J.,! 2 f I
ti -W of KEY aM SW% 94 I IS 240 17.72 Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be retemed ;3a{( 1
1 /" : .. L W% of NW 91 I U M 1LU according to law tax deed will fame 4 :is more refreshing audhealthbuilding 4
1f5 N33 01 8W% I 20 80 7.41 thereon oa the 28th day of September A. D. c. dtinj me :
of NEB of SEU and 8% of N A 191-1. ,, !
ay I long J hot
J 1M.n.""' of of E'd BWI4 of.8E54 of,' 8W% and W% of SIMOaf 11 I !20n. US 'be Witness 25th day my of official Awvt signature A. D. 1)14.and MIl thiII : .summer j, than- 'good, pure:, ??? l",beer? .,0Ur;.

{if.fT. ::, li'iB ,Woodlawa ...-...-..--.'11 I 22 11 US W. T. WEEKS. brands have world-wide f
,! ret 4S ia East Lawtey ..... L8S 1 Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County, Fla.RT reputation iitYJlUilUt : : : .
.Af.t fractional part of fractional lot R..A. WEEKS ; for.tt 1.
:; atr.UCaskias K 21 lyingr ..." OM of sectioa 4, township 7.8 8-28-61. U+ ... ,1 ,
q,# north sad west of Sampson nver. beginning .,. : : \
.,; .4.:\.. at a point north of sectioa line 440 yards t- .:.. .1. .

t west from Sampson lake and run north NOTICE TO APPEAR. Vt J. !o,
'_ r i
to laid lake. thence .r.J :
': : -t 440 yards thence .
In Circuit Com Eighth Judicial Cimrit of
south oa lake front and said river front to oUted Beer ,' '. ftj 3
i' Florida. Bradford ,County. Wbrth WK1 a
Johns, thence north to NE ,
land of l/.r- :
"t .
corner of NE% of NW of laid seebon 4. Bank of Starke, a corporation I VJ I alai '
t1 west to point of beginning 4 'I' 21 40 8.72 TS. I Rifl fro A.. -, 11 .
theca ... '
...:. of block 1 south of range 4. west T. M. Shaw et aL I AppearanceThe '' .L .* .".. fi. .,
j )rstta. la Wft Temple's sab divi w. ....... -- .--*! a tS 10 4.N State of Florid to T. 1C. Shaw. c.iDIr .-\- Pabat Blue Ribbon Jong's. RedHeartPilienetStyle Ven1..est Beer :
;. and NEB of BE%. except : .j"
...R; of SEyE
(;rMbca _-- % ia SE corner .---------3-1 'I 12 t having' been shown by affidavit that the Bottled Beer ', .;:, ...-: .* ".
acres B. M. OOWUNG. Tax Collector. defendant T. M. Shaw non-nsident of the ... : ? Bottled specially forFloridatBrewed
.p{; State of Florida and that, the residence of I m;. .: : / .-,

,, .' said defendant U at Brunswick in the Stateof Known. and. sold the .world: over. Has been well and favorably known from choice .malts.', ud'. '..
.!.IJ; Georgia and that said defendant ia over P'" .
n. I" ', ,bops..great favorite.
the see of twenty-one yean.. Absolutely .the. best ..bottled.beerthat for its high for"o.ver* t tnej ; \
))1 QUANTITY, IN It is therefore considered and adjudged .. order anal make yon
..,,, ordered can be produced. Ask.any : ,a fcteady. ;.
that the said defendant. T. U. haw, ; Mast: be ; : .. ._ f
years, it
t .good.
I do appear to the Complainant's Bill of Complaint body / t. ,.' : :customer- .......... ..... ..... .' ._ ..;.
1 -; + on or before the 6th day of October ..iI .!:' '1, Dozen '" j1
;. NUISANCES. A. D. 1914. in default whereof a decree pro 1 Dot 'small I i Per' lase'Lt( doz. sma4Per $> --\---!.- -- -.J .1.09 j :.
No farmer gets rich by the quan., rnnfroo will be entered against the.said T. _-.-,._|U0 ..1:00" .5 Dozen $400
------ --, -
tity of production. It is the price M. Shaw. 5 Dap.,, small _-: 1 __$' 6.00 case 5 doz. ... .JUS, '10 Dozen <:. 11
i II'I""I" It is further ordered that this notice be .(J Caen5 ., v $ .1.09i .: Ill
1' he gets for his products and economy published in the Bradford County Telegraph 10 ,Dot; small:___::_'::.$ ilOO Per cask; 10 doz..small,_$ 8.50 easkLot Cask ":z-.U.51. ;
I ., >(per ; ;
t. in life that torment a newspaper published at Starke in Bradford s 1 .'- --- .. ; .
& things and business judgment displayed in
fr county, Florida once each week for til

.. ..-., is, some are merely dia- management that ,makes the fanner four consecutive weeks. : ; :VERY DEALERlib tAN' : -
> '-. 1..1.a are dangerous..We IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto .I MAKE"-s. z: :: !!
..... aome t set my hand oil affixed the MAl of our .
... .
Of course, Circuit Court ,this the 24th day of Aug : : .. -
nuisances We cannot a law that will increase OB .

ap f '/s1 ,.. naiI pass ,rot. A. D. 1914. 1. ; a 1 J ,.t .Ji t ... I ....., k} 9: __
'in 'iDdiYiduali-human the price of products or reduce W. T. WEEKS.Clerk. .
,.1'.' r"v" -bat they belong in a class by the cost of plowing} the. land and the (Seal) By R A. WEEKS.Deputy. Clerk. : -fl. BIG 'MONEY' : SUMMER .' .

i .
unavoidable J. E. Solicitor for Complainant .. ; .r.iff
r ss, for they are marketing of the crop. We must depend FUTCH.
t silence 8-28-4L '5I 5 ;., t. '. .""i t'
ting in the factories and transportation .
ucep upon
.. fIIuIb .
.. ..
i NOTICE OF ELECTION.. LtD r 4 jjJ -I .,

",1 x w sraYe'nuisances are 'here disk'4 our products facilities and for upon the improved marketing mechanical of WHEREAS. the legislature of 1913. under Stocki the most popular,line of hot weather drinks made. Bay what you can sell at a:profit:*

J moron the constitution of 1885. of the state of Flor- Do not delay stock these brands and will 'the _
from sanitary nuisances by appliances and the business ida. did pass three joint resolutions proposing you, have most popular stand in town and at

.I t.."lid that they are merely annoy. ability 'of 'the farmer to reduce the state amendments of Florida. to and the the constitution same were of agreedto the the end of the. season- made a profit that will mean money in the bank.! 1 ;x..j..

i .t r J ,v. .
: .f ; japi offensive to the senses cost of production, and to more Intelligently by a vote of three-fifths of att the members '
.r I elected t ocach.house that the votes on :
; :
-! ,4.t. hearing or smell-but are .. market his products. said joint resolutions were entered upon their Summer Drinks. 'ThatSeff ; [J _
y W Wortive of disease, and the respective journals with the yeas and nays .I.-j .', !. L
: dia-I. thereon and they did determine i and direct J... .., ,
,. 'l' b not always carefully that the said joint resolutions be Submitted;to BREW <:1 i ; j
RED ..
the highway is I Ir the electors of the state at the general election NEAR-IT HEART ,CIDER.. .1 ; I" .J .. t ,1 ...'. '1
If) i aNd animal on in November, 1911. The best brew de. Less -
light -
\ tLMN to the sight, and if not beg to call your attention at Now. therefore. L H. Clay Crawford secretary > m Intoxicating: ; ,.Less than ,2 :
than 2 cent alcohol .Bottled : All ,the.best kinds ,in stock- for J
of state of the state of-Florfda.do,, per I
the the of another Sea Island
offend cot-
!i '"y removed it may hereby give notice that a:1 special per cent, alcohol,,; Refreshing.and, immediate.
::1 it is not dangerous to ton season, to a matter of the most General EleetUn iwl'n ; for--prohibition territory.As healthful. shipment,x.44 v ,y sa, 1 fft
;i h but ,' .
e be held in each county la'.Florida on near real beer aa possible. f. I. .
1 jjjajlh either condition. This state81' vital importance to plantera'and to Tuesday next sneeeedinst the first Monday in ; .

:Mai be questioned for such dealers growing and handling this November A. D. 1914. the said Tnesday 1' beiqtile' 10-Dox'.Cask. *.. _--;.._ $150 10-D6i'Cask'.- z _': -. .is..:..-.-"$8.50" .KWJaJIon Begs, per gaJJe.,fc fiOc .I 'v !

:" 1 ties "*y produce nausea in some staple:-The separation of all rainor for the ratification Third Day or ef rejection NevemVr'of the said All.Prices. .arelvA.&aicfcwflville.Fla..: ,-: Whe ,Onterini'Stale Whether'-You Want'tfs. ; to ?

1 -tleatsry constituted systems. The! storm damaged cotton from the joint resolutions proposing amendments to theeonstltuUoa Ship By Freight or.Eipress.'t. '1 l'
S drop of blood may, and bright cottony Spinners of Sea Island of the state of Florida, via.: : lit -('}
*-t of a A Jaiat Besotattea ;* .4ot4n at' L;. ,,.,': -F.. o. B-ckSoIn'IUe'Flondae, u .
same results with cotton want smooth, well ginned $ ll! ?11 ,I1L t* ?* ..J 't Il
the Proposing an Amendmea'.to..8ee&a. .. ,
, 4 ja .nedace sensitive individ.jk and even running cotton.. The pref- ((). of Article Eight (8). of the'constitutionof t'. ..,. ',iHt ,i..1t:7, ''\'' 't y; I v'.: '"1.Jt l),.o ; 12'I'J"'a.. .1 r ."." ..7..' .1. --.. ... v l.t f

I I.'MM,'M particularly| pricked finger can not be ences shown by spinners for Egyptian the. state of Florida relating county- -, officers. ,- C HAS. BtUM!: h'1Cr': ;>MP'A.S" r 7}

resolved the .
nuisance class. And nauM cotton is largely due to the fact Be it by -testate. :. H t! JLjiJi ,.:I" I '.
the of Florida .
.. : t.
M .)\' '. tiC nfT'{ ,il. rl" Ea .v_ p..9W: :' re ,JI. .
disease1 its worst that such cotton has these qualities.The That the following amendment to Section ; .1i I-t .i IT"1 )11.'f 1.

to Bet a M Six (I). of Article Eight (8)iofltheiioasti'| : .I .t r ....1 '''",.. .i z1t 3i' OoW2' : Ycari rd .. '
weather the Established $ 4 Abaoktely'ReZMble; ri q..a Lni .. 'f ate
Betfcrs from a glue factory are during picking season tutioa of the state of Florida ia hereby agreed !_.. j ;
of 1912 was unfavorable for pack 'o and shall be submitted to the electors of i f.t d 1..t Of' ,0 i" ,'r.l J 'k. I art' t. I&.J :1; all, .v- .... .. h" OJ l'- $ '. '
the breezes an

'... Jv ef aad bluing wide by steam from a lag, and on account of the want of 'he the state first at Tuesday the general in November.eleejian to A be DU'MU.held on ",'Jacksonville,..:.:. "r.:1.... .... "s 'haJt. y ....t. ..(0 r '" .-,,' ">)j. '.: .. I '. .,....... ". ..., Fl-.2Ja 7<. a

ya! .cops 'or ratification or rejection: ? .' '..1.: .e it t'tY H: .
4 iE
in .1:1< J No .f i. .
care handling of the staple r :) 'i .tait.'tA
our en'
' [ boiler, the noises per- Section 6. The kgantur4 jhan3woi4i4 fOr .r "
I' 11g1' I uNOre
: .,.
reckless chauffeurs, crop of Sea Island was sold at a 'he election by the qualified electors in each "
,...44b,:asoy ounty of the following eoudbo/leerst| A '
J lla'1eWaq. and prolonged and great disadvantage and a tremendous Clerk of the Circuit Court 'a "Sheriff. Constables hate of Flop : II -'..
loss of The a County Assessor of Taxes -a Tax Col- For two'Justices. 1belSlpiem t '" I
present season of Cowfofe
church.the money.

..ly... ef..steam_ whistles;. the apia'public has ..started. o t'to .be like that of Hon Vttor.and a a Superintendent County Surveyor.Public' The.Ipsjtrue-term of ;For State Two*|Raiwoad'y'( eisalonei'#, ?>, vU, .of C.the; .1:''I' ,LW .'p. ;.alt" .i" ., tI ... .W ,'\. ). 'j ;(1 V. ';I :) 4 :

office of all officer mentioned this ( l 'ft7
I county ; "'I.T = 'iJ'1 ''
places'of deformed 1912 ud'unless greater care is exercised section shall be for four except thatf 'V ..1'r ''t < ( ? t .
I pMuss years Fo, twee lBMmbera of ,tt KOOM of Repre. I le n.i O'r"'U' 'Joo'Ipa it -
nuisanc- 'than has heretofore been County Assessor of Taxes and County Tu rr .IV: V 1 i 1.1I'J kChamberlain's
aU of
I saaMa/d are tentative of the State Florida.;
pslsoayw ,.
I q Collector who shall be elected fe? two yews it I 1&1 I). .,.,. _
'Fee .. : .a JU..I ti/its '
I W sot btiag?dangerous to the shown in preparation of the crop, nntil at the general election to be held ia the Assessor f Takei. A i Vii I itt k J'Jo.1 .I 1.1. St two' x'il

matters for we'' caD expect nothing but a.repetition ,oar A. IX 1818, when and- after which they : For For Tax County Collector.Treslum..,, 1:1": ,' v-_ -. oli ;r. .J.Jf s:>> f>i. .il ol ,rev lti s Ski' ':nt bi nt 1 i
psiiebtlah they are vmll be elected for a'term of four years.Their
in of two, yean ago. Poorly powers duties and eomcwwation shall : For Five CoUJItr Coamrla to1aens jJ Jrtb: 'At ..UtA.. iY' ..
: $ho and do not come pre 'H'e' A MuJ :
I J..p. III""" "e prescribed by law. The.legjskitnre shall For three Members .r"> County Board laC.'! a1; fi
a e : VI ., '
I : 110 rMiltiMfi! of sanitary officers.iaea pared cotton, if,sold at all, will haveto "ovide by law for the care and custody of it Public Instruction.' ry J9 i ,.. .. (}(.ll'h c..
t the method For Justice! of the. Peace lID and for the ';':' :" 1, t ,
' unscreened be'sold at a great discount from all county funds and shall provide' 1.- lbl1tow aNt .fwd. 'I i3 I ." ', .\ ". tit Ii'L b
atwer, an f reporting and paying out all,such.,fund. Joftice TXttnets.Tisf ,
i'i.i. eatasesMat,''J o1 of stagnant .water well prepared cotton. We want to Provided County TrN.11l't'rs'.1fotot.*, hi Com .1 leLQnala, art. law Vfcl0,
,..p foktk; sale' of impure milk. urge upon the buyers' of Sea Island Ve..Electio term elected.nheld in 1914 Shall.. hold oE* far "Numher Number Threimef Two IHN j. ,1. iC 11.; '. ,seal 3 17ft /gn{ iyv a g on"r :',. : i

I." i l'wtJatMi Mat or of decaying fruit cotton to continue to impress upon A Jelat Besehtfw. ; ,< a : t J; ::'" \' litS ,.sat' t.r ,. c:.& ''J4 \1 ', ;J l. ,}I'I 1/ r

ProDoshur an Amendment t to ,8 ertionrof 11, 4L '. 1 .... ,. .
ail jsHUu the existence of such the planters the necessity of separating Article IV of the constitution' of'fhe state Eigbtr; ."'...1 J'r Y21
i damaged locks from the bright of Florida relating to .the: ppointnMfit>.< J Namber Nina, 'd' ,. t".;r 7(.( iij-c-.refs ah ... ll\ '11 .. '
plaeesiwwtrt flies and mosquitoes commissioned officers of the state militia: 'For >mrt,,,Je'* ri unit for Oe followingFOOT. : t9 &II

pud'are! menaces to public sound cotton, and upon the ginners Belt resolved by the legislature'of' the stateof ::rite Dtriets:..t O.K.' 13 ._ to: t '. : 'i7 A Seto Harness. '.v .> '
,coq .
,t 'Bsaitt Bad their regulation comes in doing the best work possible. That Florida the :following .amendment! 'J" ,to, y Section n .t I Number.three.Number 'two. .:t. ;n : -Uii; rt iic: ..., ".-t.,. ....', ..tS

'bt MBvibce of health boards and offiBik Yours truly '4. of Article IV of the'cohstttation'of! .the : 'J Number Number, Seven.. -11; t .'.- : 3t' }t. :}.,H..1. ''I' .,(. .f, 1. HI .1 .. tconnek ." +;.
State of Florida if hereby agreed to and
:iris* are clothed with podia THE A. P. BRANTLEY CO. V submitted to the electors of the .state for1 Number Eight ,,: .. .
: Blackshear. Ga, Aug. 28 1914. adoption or rejection .al the ,next gennalVetion :Number' Nine. i ;'TtO; :' S : :'Ul'5.
....'.LB> remedy such nuisances .. hereafter; that is to say that Sea In testimony wbereoLVbareberrouto-set; -

I'. laws Mon 1C of Article IV shall amended so its State ofd and affixed the ana t. seal piu II ,- ,
provide for co-operation Florid at Tallahassee, the 'R.
'o read as follows; ; .
is.. the police and health cM.d't1'tte Mr.. Phillips had 'Stomach Svetion It. The governor stun appoint' 'all :f )s the Twenty-fonrtk day of. q1Ist. A, D. t. We buy in:car lots and give"our' customers : !
"140 I
-ommissiined officers of the state i militia in- :.
1. many of these ennoy- Trouble for More luding an adjutant general for the state H. CLAY CRAWFORD, the.benefit of the lowest prices.; ;
psui 1 Bad dangers but the with rank of bnradier ireneral. who .}I.n.1Ie (US. Secretary of. State. t
suppres- -Mef of taff. The duties and compensation To & B. Denmark..Sheriff. Bradford County.. .
.:saM at. are not inimical to health, be- than Five Years. ..f all officers so appointed shall be as fixed 8-28-W. ,

1'1.. *-v law. The terms of office of aU coram's- ,
fifjosiTeij to the police. officers ; militia shall be
sioned of the organ'zed
:H.sii matter of frequent occurta --ontmuous during the pleasure of the governor NOTICE. OF APPliCATION FOR TAX DEED .W.

1 ,sass the health authorities of the: subject legislature to such providing laws_as for may their be enartfSv retire- .I Hereby' .4888.notice LAWS is given OF that FLORIDA.Louis H. .Hill, '

.Bsf Florida cities and the offices of neat. for. age A or I'M other Resolatitn.Proposing ca parrttvrr of'Tn Certificates numbered respectively -

j tW Stale Board of Health are notit an amendment to Section One of (5 and 71 issued by the tax totleotor t {

lad ef "existing irregularities, which r:: judiciary.Be Artirle V. of tie constitution relating .to the raid certificates of Bradford bearing county.date of Florida Jab 1st.each 191 of..,. f% F
r' BwNli be it nwlved by the legislature of the state fcas filed said eertfieates ia my office and
q| reported to the polke:or to of Florida has lII.de'allolielltlon for a tax deed to is-> Starke Florida ;
ia accordance with law. ._ ,
I faarUr. The shouU beedaaW u ,
t public i That the fofcwin amendment to Section
The cert the ,,
said f"ates embrace following .
cf ,V of te is hereHv -
One Article constitution -
to distinction 'ibBB.eeovenience ,
make the n f or lands in Bradford county, Florida assessedat
*vrr $ to and shall be proposed and submitted ,
the date of the issuance of said eertitt- .
l and protection. to the electors of the state for approvalor .
ates in the names and under dates and ... .
rejection at the next general election! hereafter .. .
M appears dii cub o suMY numbers hereinafter respectively particularly ''' I' _
; ft. that is'to say, said Section One of
forth, .
d to-wit
said -Artcle shall be amended so aa.to read : Tsr
% idcaJthat diseases are a
nptisaasaakated'sthrqugh follows Orrttfi-ate number 6$ embraces lot S4 in I e i e

\ the .senses.K u Section 1.: The judicial! poser of the ..t.telhall' Woodlawn: section 14. townshio 5. range 22, I t Its sif.191
1 : 19 aero, assessed Amelia Phifer.Ortiflcate .
be vested .i.. a supreme court. drew,
| smelly/bcarinTr taste'and feel- \ sonrta.: court of record' of Escambia! county, Bomber71 embraces lot C4 in
Ipx Varntwawftr \ criminal Woodiawa section 17; township 6.. range %%.
; g aye gh" p sentinels to courts eounty courts county judges 10 acres, assessed 'Unk1l wn.'* '" '
and jrotiet of the peace ard such other courts >
q ,tal well as to afford,ave Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according l etaeulthatukWscsn6.te pof. As : 1
commissions the legislature from '
( or as maY i1 3. la deesb'a and inexr'roire h
a ) _
to law bane et
.deedII thereon nn. Cssa'
i|Mj,let the! enjwymeRt the pleas- time' to, time crdaii coed establish; The. ," on the 28th day vf September A. ft 1914. :;;1 Dtetsl ISIe'sr lfKxt tiY3g:.. w>aI nest trt ''
! stature may IIY"Se'ibe the POlDpen-aUo. rf tVfustiees hams' d to sire k.cet tcrtks tor tic
, i at. e jTh'a not thorough and jufcee of the- several eonrts,>but the Witness 2'th day my of official August sirnatnre A. IX 1911.and seal this the bess'itol baoce std eedeem We s.oaapan 7 lace.c We ship ut
no r"urt he.wtftlore wtablishtd and'r tV crnutitntion :
iW '
Jt entrance of'actual dan- -O W. WEEKS. 1
and laws of Florida shall be' herebyoli&heL' '
Seai e e
l itTV ( ) Clerk.. 0Naidh
physical"body', The 'By E.;'A.-WEEKS.; j. clr

r J-.t the common nuisances nosed amendments vet" east ia,. and compl'scee the canvass-with -sad'deelara-r-ro- .!! f.( 'i.. ?, Denat Clerk. Metal, Till wiD em sstldbetian from flffll1",1aI 01 v4v.iietl.II taet:. ecu.II'.I'ud" dc.4fij'. :

tiors aDd returns thereof shall he subjected e\NJ. wool,eb.eatouylubet fat se;air to..i'vW..n.jb.iaert.a.:11'4.--.r.n
SCHOOL : Jens ?-
of ordinary Common aidtrestnetioM NOTICE OF SALE OP BONDS. Soap d 111 kiart.af.etsf.._ Sed for free Jig ;" 1t'. ..
'f 1 to same "eculatioris as are today pay tic. h l lt-,...... !.
notice. ie ,
Hereby give that before
on or rotag. Any rosy J&it u Will.
provided bv law for elections MrWII relllllc1"it
glaefa, The rem'fv- .t V + 'general. the soon of 'Monday. the Sta di'of'Oetobet. IIIiJ gridg sae as etr.3l3 saxpe.aected r t .

K tsI:. :$ 'requiretdeep'e ,. !tate of Florida.. 1914. at the o-...of f. G "oil.'e. ;t1. Rw' I IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF. CAROW-mAL FRC rs co.
dent of instruction for Bradford .
" public Dm.F..III8Gre.lf.C.
"' .
'wlab is harmful .. ,. I havehereunto-''set my hand ,
'IB' '
-' ; I. county. Starke. Florida; the undersigned
'end affixed'Vie-tl'ut seal of

t t ffl.., jk annfuJ.>M holy' it ri .H I ..l'j.0""5 .($oJ.4)-.t..- }'lahassee.the stat. of norida..at' '.faU bonds will receive to be issued bids for by the special,purchase tax district of Khool No. I. .. .. --, .

:f ._. bst .Mrzn1eas. Ind Mr, W R PhDlrr"' VitelW More- ,.the.. capital; this the Tweaty-thre, of 'Bradford eooaty. .J'k>rida. (. ,

...,.-..-..1._. molei7f'} .( n JaaA/Ave.. Atlanta*,.Georgia-- writes: .:c. ''D twftIty 1 1tUT"-. ,faj'duty' A. ill the sam o(, $1L000.000nfd.bona to be. '. '
t edtWof'a ... Acted Colic, Cholera and H tin
i'II had 'fie(i tarrhfi stomach -e.-CL\r-.C1t4.WP'OItD.-- : -January 1. 1 14. payable to bearer WriQoitJae'To tbildraa.'
I .* "'. abatennisan.le1 t d a' 0r thee trouble for taoreMtaallve and 8-7-1 Jt, BecKtarr el.Bt.te. twenty year after the date thereof with bI- .: ,
.. : years. .. terest at the rate of ( per, eeat per annum.payable Remedy mJtILJ1q"Uletn-m :
.!hob and '"#'. .....,.. jlItithtulll+
i 1' 'IIJ-e--. s and f -d" .#t.I is suw(idve; "-"p.nd faun; they anfa.1W.t ? ;NOTICE CP vtcTiav: ::.,. January. and ju'y of r each.year.. "I advised the "boys' when they enlisted ChDdfta IDtlOta aa4 .. fi
.' ', ..,. To the. shen I then adnlh
heard of Also
CWefore. for he'Spanish
1 ? ..' .. ( war to take espectany adapted to
M .t"t; .;,; State of Florida: -uch beads will'be required to deposit ,with who Faa
'! OmaAerlain'a ; :. jfeooia. ii'I purchased six bottles, and Be .hi known that L H.. tate ordinary'0tdBiDe..' Ds Me ....ute
1)0' UalmeaC. Sager l Clay: Crawford AJ: bid ia cash .or by certified cheek payable ,Chamberlain's.Colic.. Cholera ,and cause rerrowas BOr
t" 4 their use I soon discovered that secretary of State of the State. of Florida, da o, the order of the board of public fautruetioa It the lint dine BGUfac a, Ute bead. :1J'
t MRSlnbled wi1ttih4tr ( .1 was well tale and sound. I now !hereby give notice,that a' "for Bradford County 11M;.. S per .Diarrhoea Remedy with, ,them. and pc Auk IW J you ounce aced ortgnalpaeCage Olgnlne.1M say, ear, W

ii s Ormesa,of the muscles, you weigh two hundred ana--tenTixttirdar WU. beheld General.pradford Election county State. ef' jteure jcnt of compliance the total amount with the of terms any such of the bid said to' have received; many tiianks for: the lame F>.ZI&1LC4E ia Won fa 1IoWe.' 23 otata f.: : r

'.. /ppret'fate"thergodd ''qua1ities .an411a.Ytt aev r been sick since i took; Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first Old. 1 advice given". writes J. H. Hough-
'4 iPeruna U surely Is tha best medicine"for Monday in Now ber.*A. D.i 1914 the saidtaeadp *), tatrgrtfoa .tor the
board oft Malaria Chills
!kiwi The;- > JH Ia. "No or & FeV f
.'t:4 ; Uninent Man)''I Buf.. colds,"stomach'trouble and catarrh.! being the C llAt,' 01 Br dordt, Sttte.d 11orida.o- land Eldon. person) whether, ; ; ,

I *-..m A MnatJsm.. and: sciaticaPKE ',that ever team ot.*, s'-==llid.Dsy-.t.N.mrles r L: NttICYLiTEB, traveling ,or.at home should, be without '
'I-: For United States Senator from the Statef : Tract ptica Nn.i69tas peel r.i
! .1... .. 't >I 9-I.Wk. I .,1V' b 'c $ iCJaurnaa.to this sale is'ly F
1 "' Bl**. Tt Florida.iAfoi'! .kpisi7. :Irom.. March 4. t great remedy. Fob by ba "
; v.r : iy ., >!. .. .1- 4LARIAOT CHILLS 4'
<< EVf R--
i Oaly o.o."BROMO. .QUl UNE Inf&oraU tae *ills;;and Sickly aU/fealers. .. Five of Q. doses will
&iSse : 1.l'Aq *!"-jw; I r Representative '- the Second CoaressioBal mli ., bretrtekW ? case; sad
1\ + _back. For sale by all deafn !'p ...__ ......aJJ toe hn sane,LAZA District -of the State of ,Florida Tae Old Standard general atieat taeaUa;k sbc. -.. if dlenra s.taaio the f CTCT'will aot
,tt ,- RakOMoFUI2WiE. Looklorsignatureot >theStates 'Sixt -fomRh Congress Of the Unit d CHOVE-S TASTELESS chill TUNIC dnm outYalaria.eatbcba } 1 return it acts oo-tbo.iivtr. betlvtbair
". I: lira a Cold fa OM 0.,. Btor ., \ tpebieod.sndboibla upthe.ntgw ,
; gst'3' S' Iy d5 dysl'! 94 fl sJ aeadacj*. evd jroCka of cotd.. 2dr, c For Cgmirfonet of, V.Agrieultmre of h, the .. Atrue kMIic. For 1dIaJu.ckikeeaNtOe.r Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Csiomcl aad does nu rij>e .
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.," ?' ';' : T't"'f' :' ;;': !i".I.>i ;<) .'r. .... '.'":, ', CiMge jbtihere $ 4 a'ii 1Fa '

_;,. ".'-..4'It:''-. -st-'t!'.i ,J' ""e.... .. ".. .J%;. ..- .-/I ., "' they:.w% spent/eve I" rals.'; .
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t ; \;<'i;:
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,i j The'Qup4.cotton-sromd; heft 11 4 .
.t : IIV. q fi...;. .. '-. '
< .r M. -; somewhat abort -. '
.ntt J i .A><3. HAVE'"VOU
i.t."t\ : ;: I't C < / J: TAbbattln'Bad'a_ diamondback TRIED :

1': '!" .I'''- !( t.Countej: e.& jj ::: 1 ,"rattler measuring R :f"ur:fee in _.r.:

>f: '
.,, \, lengtK, about5"i half mile'south 'R'oya
lc Palm
.. here on his plantation. Beeril
_: ;: )1111 J t'1sctI C During_ > :,week fer Our. "

( ,, f. ..;! t ....CorNIp ndtDt.r n .3.. CLAY HILL
_'" .'. *'t"; #" ..' lZ .!?'.i'W.. ,, .,'- '1;" "';if ,iL ..14,..-' >-. .. '-'

I >4 : .. ... .... ... "" 7
r 7' L. .< ,. "- ,Miss Florence Crews visited Starke V .. '$ Many Claim This Popular l .Brand"y

:ff Saturday.
.Crewsvisited Worthington
. 2 : NEW RIVER. Smday. .* Mr.: Ben Lucas, of Manville, was a

.";. 'i f2 : Walter''Graham", t -and" 'cousin. :Miss business visitor to' Mi. 'LanMen- the Best They Ever ,Drank r

,t! ,; (. >". ... cBivuti"are.realizing that, the;end;:of.' Catherine Bicue,. visited-. .Worthington. day.Mr.. B.- C. Butler,of Maxville,-visited

jB :,dui ':wol1d J. .near by, 'for there has Sunday.Misa'. .Mr. Lang Sunday and'also .his

" : } been alscore'or more Chat has confessed Maizie Simmons and little sister uncle and aunt, 'Mi-. and Mrs. Billy EVERYBODY is commenting. oa the popularity of this deSgbtfal :

'' .'. p ed Jesus. Christ aa their Savions. On Sadie, are the guests of relativesat brew. Just what they hare been waiting for
-a beer
f f ; I tort Sunday theriwere: eight baptized Misses Stelson,Ina Ga.'and. Gertrude Crews, Quite a number'of the folks from that stands for qualify,first, last and all the time. Preserves the;:?

ed, into the denomination,
; .. \. .two were baptized Baptist on ,the second Sum Lanie Johnson' and Miss Youngblood, here attended church at Highland on III t health, relieves that tired, exhausted feeling and puts an edge on.. :

day of this month,'and there were 4 accompanied by'F.:N. Andrews, motored Sunday.The your appetite that makes you relish every meal.Royal' ,
dipping vat of Mr.. D. \
' Lang
'i1 out to the State prison farm in
baptized into the Christian denomina : '
J and son have 'been completed. .. Palm, has
k Mr. Andrews' new Ford.car. Any no superior in quality

. : tion.Mrs.. .B. J. Sapp and little grand- J. J.- Farrely visited Long Bridge or one write wishing Mr. their D. Lang cattle, 'at dipped Maxvillle see, purity or flavor and meets ever demand','
wonder f
We what,the attraction -
i. Sunday. -
; i i i.- "-daughter, Elsie Crews, were visiting R. F. D. No..1.M"lSS whether served at home
the club ,
.f ,at Starke Monday. or cafe

) t+; The''Christian church is having 'a Mr. John Walden, of Pompano, is Vertie Woodward arrived at -I .. }

4 ; in town, the guest of relatives. Mr. D. Lang's Wednesday to visit relatives S Next
grand meeting: The hence is fall ev- time make it-Royal Palm.
after which she will return to
s ; fi 'cry night The.meeting will run until 'Mr N. T. Bitch and Miss Nannie
r Howell with Mr. and Mrs. her home in Jacksonville.Mrs. On sale most
E l Friday night Everybody is invited together '* everywhere.
to attend. ,; Arch Green, of Starke, visited rela- D. Lang and son, Barney, vis- .
ited Maxville Tuesday.Mr. .
; Mr Floyd and Lex Green went to tivts here Sunday. i1
Pinholster and of and Mrs. Andy Austin, of Manville -
Little Springs to attend the hardshell Misses Crosby, f Jacksonville

meeting last Sunday. Brooker, .visited. relatives here Sun- visited Mr. Austin's'parents on
Saturday and Sunday. They %
1 t ,, t L > Mr.: Lbnnie Youngblood and sister, day. passed
. through here on their home Sun-
the'eet Mrs. S. W. Tfllis entertained a few way
, i of Theressa, are attending -i Brewing
mg' of .the Christian church this' of her young friends Saturdays nightin day. k

? j honor, of her cousins,.Misses Pin- Mrs| B. L. Lang went to Jacksonville '

'. week.There was quite a crowd came up holster and Crosby, of Brooker. Sunday' where he will spend a II I Company/

T from Hampton Saturday night to at- Services will be held at the Meth- couple of days. 1
Mr. Will Austin and brother D. ,
tend the meeting on Sunday. odist church and Disciple church on 1

Mr. W. M. Parker was a business Sunday morning. At night these two Austin, passed through here Mondayon I _

churches will be united. It is the their way home from the Long J
3 visitor to Lake Butler one day last occasion JadbonriHeyHonda ,
i week.* of the' farewell of Rev. 0. K. Branch settlement I

; Mr. Frank.Andrews, of Lake Butler Cull. A 'very large congregation is ENTERPRISE. p .

t who is the present treasurer of expected.. The service will be held in ,
t' ; -
the"county, passed through New River the Methodist church. Rev. R. L. Phillips filled his regular

r ? Saturday evening on his. ,way to the appointment at Maxville Sunday. J l1JII [ ct&ksonvl :

f; :: : ;' springs. Frank; .is going some since LAKE BUTLER. Rev. Geo. Livingston, of Brooker, ,

.- lie got his Ford. filled his regular appointment here on

t ; Mrs. 'W.. T. Turner was in Lake School commenced on Monday morn- Saturday and Sunday.Mr. .

ing' with large enrollment considerably ItRaeida'I ..,-,
Sty one day last week visiting herfriends a Lewis Clemons, of Jacksonville,
larger than last Thereis '" ors
year. Mtatte f
,visited here this week. .
'!. Mr. Frier and family, of Graham a splendid staff of teachers. The M f
Mr. C., C. Scaff, of Little Springs,
have been attending the meeting at high school department promises .to visited here Sunday and Monday. IIIIIII
r the Christian chinch exceptionally good work this year. The Enterprise school will begin its

'* I Mr. Bob ,Andrews; the ,extensive They have received the apparatus for term next Monday. *

,} $ truck planter of this section, was in !experimental,chemistry. The study of Miss Ruth Lawson, of Brooker, vis- 4J BOHEMIAN STYL& _

Lake Butler one day last week. trigonometry, 'plane and solid geom ited friends here 1
Saturday and Sun-
1 I i Mr. W. T. Turner was in Word etry'physics and.biology .win be tale .... :,.
Saturday last.on business.. ken up and presided 'over by well- day.A very refreshing rain fell here _._..- <

I :i 'Mr. B.<.F. Renfroe: was over to Lake equipped and efficient teachers. The Wednesday, which will put the on f

Lake Butler school will be second to grow .
Butler last Friday and Saturday. Mr. -.
to out
ers ,setting strawberry plants. FIFTEEN CENTS FOR COTTON
.Benfroe is conducting a singing school none in the state We congratulatethe is I
Everyone looking forward to a .
just beyond Lake Butler. ,His charming old, teachers on the re-appoint- ;(i
big time next Sunday at,the hardshell
f '' daughter, Phyla, went with him ment, and we welcome the new teach- church here. Seed Cotton Accepted at Six

34 'Saturday.. -- j Mr. Claud Cents-Equivalent to 15c
ers.Well' Addison visited friends
; There is to be prayer services held I attended services were held here PUBLIC
t Sunday.Mr. A Pound or'UnL SALE
zeniths Baptist church of N.Riftr on at the Methodist church'on Sunday.Mr. .- Eddie Hilliard was a visitor to ..

tie first Sunday October. We hope Thad Douglass, Was attacked
Manville Saturday. He' has openedup : ( From Page Sir) ,
tint there will be a large attendance by paralytic; stroke,which has taken % q
a barber shop there and will be of that donates to the cause of'better SAW MILL
.fee the president.has asked all ,the from him the use of his left aide; ready to serve the public Saturday.The farming any net proceeds in excess -- CYPRESS! ; .
chorches of the United States to use The old gentleman is confined to his
I Davis & Johns' sawmill is busy of half the usual price. With }
r tfcb to for of the bed. He is a well-known and LUMBER
,day pray peace u> respected CROSSTIES '
cutting lumber these days.. such friends, the south will boom'indeed
I. ,
,,JaropeAJt'natioDl.. | ,citizen of Lake Butler, and a ,

r RMr..Yondgblood and sister left for veteran of the eivil wan He was -severely LAWTEY.The .
Helpful Factors for
r neressa Tuesday morning, as they I I wounded in one of the engage. Sept. 22,1914 2
Lawtey junior high school commenced Cotton exports are resuming. A'full p. ,m.On .;
.t. hive been_attending,the meeting here. mnts. ,, s}.
Monday with the. enrollment shipload, 5382 bales cleared from Gal-
i held by Bro. u11adJ. I Mr. Patterson, One of our cotton
this date I will the
amounting to 130, and with the prospects veston September 1 for Barcelona, sell to highest bidder'for :
: ?A crowd from Lake Butler were at buyers was called home to White
? if 1.fte revival .meeting Sunday night Spring to the death bed of his father. of about 40( more within .the Spain. Ships are now,available for cash, at the saw mill of J. F. White, be:

:?t '"Among them were Mr. Wesley An- He returned on Monday morning.We next few days. The faculty is com. carrying exports from'Atlantic Gulf tween Lawtey and Raiford, the following;
f t posed of Prof. M. M. Fryer, principal and Pacific ports. Last week in Aug- -
: ; ;
t ? drew Mrs..W. E. Loadhbltz, and fam- sympathize, with Mr. Pattersonin property: s
'. Jt:: % ** his bereavement. Misses Lottie Stafford and Ruth ust wheat exports from United States f-

Biggs, assistants and Miss Louie were nearly bushels tJSaw Mill and Mill
, ; .Marie ; largest Shingle ; complete. .About
,* Parker spent last Friday in A public demonstration of the Detroit .

4 r_ Take Butler with her school friends. : Jewel range was held at the Belle Brown in'eharge of the primary week on record.but one. This proves 500,000 feet of Cypress Lumber.. About 5-:, .

t : Clyde Parker is attending school at' store of Mr. Max Oyerstreet The department how export trade is reviving, says the 000 Crouties. 1 .
": .Dr. A. H. Freeman Southern Farming. The Single Wagon. 3 Log
to was a professional seas are now
'.:-. ;i. Lake Bailer.Misses ladies were there in'good numbers. '
visitor to Lawtey Monday. open to commerce, since the German Carts. Blacksmith Shop.
tr. Mary Bristow, Theressa. They all enjoyed the coffee and the
I Mr. .J. H. Moore was business continues to be bottled .
a navy
; r ,and Carrie Dean' of Hampton, were splendid cake made on' this stove. up.Mills FRED B. NOBLE
visitor to Starke Tuesday. are running with female and Attorrey,
ft .
here Saturday and Sunday. i Mr. Hearn, of the Times, paid a
A son'' was born to Mr. and Mrs. child labor in has Trustee in
f i Germany Bankruptcy
: Mr. W., M. Parker and wife mad flying'visit to Georgia three days last .
Jesse King on Wednesday.Mr. suspended all labor laws to
; si business ,trip to Lake Butler Tues- week. We are pleased to see him | permit Jacksonville, Fla. -
-yn Howe McCormick and sister this, and also legalizes issue of
, ,. ; cur
; (I. back. We were afraid,that he had gone
,** day.Mr. Miss Bessie, of Gainesville the against cotton other
were rency materials
ff P. M. Padgett was in New for good. Men like Mr. Hearn are an '

J= 8, .River' on Monday. He has' just returned t'I acquisition to a town. We cannot afford guests'of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and securities.-Southern 'Farming.
ff' and Mrs. A. A. Strickland, the first Under the Vreeland emergency cur- t
home from the mountains. af to have such men leave.
l! of the week. rency law, national banks in the ,
:'" .spending the summer there. The new teachers are: Miss Anderson -- --
tt. i, ". '. ,Mrs. S. L. Alvarez and children, south alone can issue some $200,000-
# a young lady well known in and
; : fi" of Starke, were visiting relatives here 000 of temporary'new currency upon .
; .. t RAIFORD. around here; Miss Ruth Page, who
last week. cotton warehouse This
}:: i itt graduated from the Lake'Butler High receipts. new /s
- Dr. Miss .Mabel Reddish was a visitorto money should be as good as gold whileit a
j : Handley, state prison physician, School the year before last. She

.t;: ;i': .' '-with, hcadquarters at Ocala, visited taught last term atT Sampson City Starke Tuesday. is outstanding, says the old reliable

\[s \> the f; Eaif ord the I Miss Angie Herndon, of Macclen- Orange Judd Southern Farming, of 1zy.
t. pcccr first of this now she comes back to the old school ENSTOCK
1t1'i' track.Mies. ny, has been visiting relatives and Atlanta. In due -time the federal reserve / .
she was once a pupil; Miss
; I friends here during the' last week. will be with its
& system running
fix Mandj Havjrd
. visited her red Smith of Jasper, of a cheerful bright
.Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith were vis rediscount system.. These two things 0'
'Y nUves-in. Lake City Sunday. |tisposition she appears to be one who rLASESS RESATVS STEAM FEEDS
Rev. F. itors to Kingsley lake Sunday. added to all other resources' should MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP
t ,'Ii- B. Johns filled his regular would take infiinite patience with the cotton finance. TOWER teDCERS TRIMMERSsnnrcus
simplify a
/' 4 rrpointmeat nt the Baptist church backward scholar. Miss
is of
on Bradley
GERMANS KIND. Mills in all neutral <">nr.trhs are 1 J':AKI S' JMOUXERT ,
Sunday. a scientific turn of mind well equipped New York S 15. The EXCISES, 09 to 40 h. SAWMILLS '
,. :. Earl pt. Asso- planning to stock cp hesrilyvith
Whittei cttcaded church at for,her work who will, wa are ears, BOILERS. ap te 40 b. Light and Heevr t
ciated Press' staff! correspondent, of cotton. Japan is sa'd: tQ b in the
$ Lo ? t
{ :: Bridge .
g r Surday.Irs. give good satisfaction. SAWDUST COVVEYOaS SL.VB CAXVEYORSESCIiES *
Ataericaa birth and antecedents, who market for 2.000,000 biles'more than
i-; ? Dona Browning; ,of Pablo (LtsoLay STEAM FEEDS i s
t } was sent from the New York office n'srnl, bet prod cf thb ptatrient is
...;. {9 Peach, visited the home of her daugh BROOKER. LJ.T1I aLLS STATE HOISDISST03T
' and caught and held in Brussels when lacking says outhern Fzrnti: SAWS
-.;, it. ter; Mrs S. H. Moore, Saturday and .g.
;" \I Surday.', the Germans occupied the city, and I t SA\7,BITS for rat matt of.aw. I-
The -
.1 Miss leading ginnery hers operated who later escaped to -Holland, mails i SBAFTL19 1'VLLEYS' BOXES' '
; Lratha"Walker and Mr. D'i by .Mr. M.. P. Matheny, has ginned 51 ,'erraJ"tdinni
a lengthy story cf Us experience He CASSELL'SFamous to brat sLOG
.: r j' Knight visited Worthington<< Springs#bales of cotton cp to Saturday night is in CIIAIA& CAST HOOKS TOXGS '
emphatic he
! :, ,' declaring failed to :y
'to '' Miss Ethelyn Owens left libld3y substantiate tin stories of German II Indian Remedy CVEaS"r r1G FOR TUB T.

.tL: > Wainright and,Morris andiiv for Jacksonville.Mr. U ,
atrocities )relo: um, although be visited FOR INDIGESTION K
Write lorrrlces d
A. B. Shaw left '
all parts of the theatre of the
HEALTH PAST conflict. Ee declares that the Germanswere GUARANTEED TO CURE lA
i .. FIFTY Messrs. J. E. and Clay.Parker were :. UM to the women, children and _75 CENTS AND--$1-l A e I

I 'ma Gkrefol and diet is of utmost importance to here yesterday attasdbc to busbesi wn-crmbatatts. and that the German Manufactured by the T. A..

! P it keeps women past fifty years of ages Were glad to welcome Mr. Albert office-- refcS"d food in stH's Medici Co.
tip their strength and the oil- order that the Arcadia. cas-I .
i, ,food in Scott's Emulsion is a noouishing'od Knight home again.Mhs Fre:.eh,. Belgian and English prisoners F, Sale by
,.r .: *- ,a curative medicine and sustaining Amanda Pinholster who has night be fed. ,. .

'' tonic to regulate the functions.,; been atte'din? school at Dade( City, J. C. CARTERSTARKE. I ..-

.; "cod It liver oifo"ii oil and the Science mMiI'iqal fats'of pure Is home for the holidays. Whenever You Need General Tonic I FLORIDA' //i in' diplomatic relations with Austria lowed.cakkly:by..a deiaratioa.cf jon

;' fnraiih twice. much proves that as other they )lr.. J. F. Hazen has' purchased the Take Grove's declares that Austria and Russia had the'two countries., "A.fevM.
'b; faod!.-ttiea too, it creates farm of Mr.: A. A. Hazen.T. The Old Standard Grove's T&steless about reached an.agreement on the """" -

*: abarpens the appetite, relieves pure nc blood nma'atnagthenttheaadalkvlata R. Collins and chin Tonic Is equally valuable as a i BLAMES GERMANS.London I Austro-Seryian dispute when the matter ,delay- he says, ,;, "ia.'. 'aU-:pro .!:....'

tiiM, daughter, Miss''Mary General Tonic because it contains the became of discussion' might have saves? Europe from i one
the.. ailments doe to declining .,... attended the church at Graham wen known tonic properties of QUININE r'- one between .' ,
}.; t, Scott's is free from wine,,alcohol Sunday and IRON. It _won the Uver. Drives Sept 16.-Sir Maurice de Germany and Russia and on July;31, the' greatest' calamities'k' ; (history. "

= : JaanafaI dtup..' Beware of snbrtitutea or j jf I I Mrs. H. L. Lewis and ehildrelf1ef: Builds oat Malaria the, Enriches the Blood and Bunsen; recently ambassador.at Vienna Germany: sent an ultimatum to St.. : '

cp Whole System. 'S)Ce>vta. nag. a report detailing the rupture I Petersburg and Paris. ,'which ,was. 'fol- Bead the Telegraph-i.5' 0 V__, xc

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