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 25, 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
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System ID: UF00027795:01987
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Preceded by: Starke telegraph

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N., V, 4 STARKE I; FLORIDA, Friday, September '25,. 1914. NUMBER .12. # .

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': 'Examined And Those + SWEEPING VICTORY. + + LOSSES 70,000. + Membership Dues Now One' ,

IpFound* Correct Were Or- + + 4'' ----- fl Dollar Quarterly PayableIn

sderedPaid. + RICHMOND, Va.. Sept 22.- + + PARIS, Sept. 22.Wounded + Advance.After .-
+ State wide prohibition won a + Ii + soldiers from the Craonne region + ,,, .

'-|| Starke-, Sept. 7, 1914. + sweeping victory at the polls in + + arriving here describe the battles + an adjournment of several
f .+ Virginia today, returns at midnight + there Sunday and Monday as the + months the Starke Board of Trade
r-1.",i*Board of Public Instruction showed that its supporters + + most deadly for the Germans,,+ held an interesting meeting Tuesday
fvtist: JQ regular session with all mem- of 32,825. + who they sacrificed for +
+ had won by a majority say were evening, at which more than the us-
1 7'M'presentVlhe + This figure will be increased + no apparent reason by their offi- .1 1 ual.number of persons were present
.; minutes of last meeting were. +largely in favor of the drys + + cers. Though pushed back again +j Hereafter the meetings cf the board

I j-sstt; corrected and approved.. + when further returns are received + + and again with terrific slaughter, + will be held every other Tuesday

b f A petition from the patrons of + from counties which tonight + ,w3 <;i b ,erca ,.j :p' 4l'idS.F1 FAb:42.4 4Ly. + the Germans returned each time' evening instead of on the first Tues

.i..... school for the removal of'the 4' are Inaccessible. With complete + + only to be mowed down by the + day evening 'of each month,as has.
jise.t to a different location was re- + returns from all the cities and + + French. It is declared that one + teen the custom in the past.

n and laid over* for further in- + 44 of the 100 counties and with'* C -. .. t"'ex + entire regiment was wiped out, +j The next'meeting will take place at

"tiOD.i + scattering returns from other of + rg' 4'' and when the French took possession + the courthouse Tuesday evening, October -.

%>|'J'IIe' bid of E. H. Hall for translUfsrtiar + the counties, the total vote is .- + of the field more than + 6, and everybody is invited to

\! pupils to Lake Butler school I + 121,763., + I + one thousand wounded loft by the + j be present, including the ladies, who

_'aecepted, with the provision thatkills'carry + It Is estimated that the final + + Germans were found. Superior + 1 always have the civic welfare *t '

aU pupils that should bet + total rote will reach 150,000.0'f + The above picture shows the front elevation of + officers among the wounded estimated + heart '

'1(:; &....:..1..1.-. + this vote the drys received 77- + I Starke's handsome and commodious school house + the German losses at sev + Mr. J. E. Wilson was elected secretary
new ,
Bofej Dekle was assigned to Rob- for the lo- + I + thousand killed and wound-
+ 553 as against 44,618 of the board, to take the place
,fI';; $."school to fill out the unexpired + cal optionists. + which. has just been completed at a cost of $30,000. | + ed. cf J. R. Dover, resigned. After a

: "'fcna of,.the schooL + The cities which were expected + Schocl will positively open Monday, September 28. + Success of Russians. "'I full discussion it was decided to pay' ;,
:I ;A. N. Howell was assigned as the for the local 4'' + The Russians have followed +
+ to roll up a majority the secretary a stipulated yearly sal-
The announced, for last Monday. It
opening was
r rprindpal t of Thomas school + optionists sprung a surprise by + was + up their successes in Galicia, +I ary and the amount agreed upon,was s

f k'A.,.C. Crews was assigned as the + giving 1,315 for the drys. Only + found to be impossible, however, to put everything in 4 where the third great battle is +I: $100 a year, payable quarterly. In

1'l|prindpal ,of. Graham school. + four citiesAlexandria, Norfolk, f4s. readiness by that date and the opening was postponeduntil + about to begin, if it has not al- +I I order to meet this extra expense the f;
'; If-The scholarship at the University and Richmond + + started by capturing the +
Williamsburg returned ready membership dues were increased from
,:ti:lot. Gainesville was given to' R. A. + majorities for the wets. + next Monday.. + important fortress of Jareslau, +I I $1 a year to $4 a year, payable quar-

a!:!Green. + The total vote cast by the cities + + on the San river, north of Prze4'' I terly. ''i

1:1',': ; The contract to build a shed for the + was 40,977, of which the drys + ------------- .+ mysl, which they are surround- I I Messrs., E. S. Matthews and J. E. r
fv protection of the teams bringing the + got 21,146. + + Wilson were appointed a committee '
'I:.,jekildren ,to Starke school was given LULL TITANIC ing.44H f -
+ VW.CARRAN1A'BROIL to select magazines for ,advertising
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The trustees of Little Springs Messrs. A. S. Crews, J. M.. Mitchell
: :school requested the SUCCEEDS.The DEATH OF LB. DENMARK.
,:f ;K. 8.-Hayes appointment of of MARNEY, MEXICO WAR OPERATIONS I I and J. ,R. Davis were appointed a .' ; =
; as principal Littler ,
committee to ask the county commissioners -
Springs school The appointment many'friends in this section of Mr. J. B. Denmark: for many years to straighten the road between
; f was confirmed. Dr. Charles R.. Marney, who at one a resident of Bradford 'county, died '
El Paso, Texas, Sept 22.-General 'London; Sept. 22.The Aisne bat- Starke and Hampton.
1. The following iea hera',reports,and time made his home in Starke, will be Francisco Villa tonight denounced the tlefield seems to be waiting on the al- at his home ,in Baker county, near The secretary was instructed to

.I 'bills were received and an which were pleased to learn.that he is making Central Government headed by Ve- lies' attempt to outflank the Ger- the Bradford county line, Sunday write the commissioner of p -;eu1turetor ;,

,,found correct were ordered Paid'; J d I name for himself. In a recent issue nustiano Carranza and announced his man right The French official re- night of heart failure, at the age ,of a list of persons'desiria. .nforma- -

t variants draw'for: said bin*. Those the Brooklyn Eagle said: independence in a statement sent to port today, while speaking of the 12 68 years. The remains were interredin tion about Florida.

J !h| were not properly drawn were '"The.case. of a young girl who, it the Associated Press. This placed mile advance on the left in the Las- Sapp cemetery, near Raiford, on The meeting then adjourned till

jere.neM.... : over for. favestfcation.JITT. is" claimed, 'Waa'cursed 'of the 'morphine Chihuahua 'State In open revolt as singp-zegion, simply records the repulse Tuesday afternoon, Hon. J. B. Crews. Tuesday evening, October 6. at which t.J ':
\ 4 ,me tie. M-DII Ict. ,.. habit was brought to the at border of several violent attacks by Sr., conducting the funeral services.
the state
--.r. R AT.PL ,itobe... -' Ift.1IO well as Sonora, next tune it is hoped there will be a ,large. '.,f
IN-J.--'Cattle A. Dada PIN c_ _,I Zl.1O tention of the Eagle yesterday by the to the .west, where Governor Maytorena the Germans and the fact that elsewhere Mr. Denmark was a well known and attendance. .' ..r

( 11I-I. B."lItaWrr.leerbere.0l Bradford,,IUtftIaI_.for 1.00 girl's grandmother, who said she I' previously proclaimed his inde- .the situation is unchanged. highly respected citizen of this sec- i t I.

:".""...'.B.' -& ..-.1I.1..teriaI us wanted to express her gratitude to pendence of.the Constitutionalist par- Military experts, however, warn the I tion and that his death is sincerely '..,
"for the doctors at the Kings County Hospital t>:. public not to ignore the German efforts mourned was evidenced by the large CAUGHT TWO FOXES. J
-.e. T.;'PVrw.. ItnUq for BI'IIftk' 90 of who gathered at ----- '- :
---- I. Ifeant particularly Dr. Marney, for to force the French barrier at people,
,-,\'aMnbDt h"bm7 for 1U0 the successful treatment of the ease: Mobilizing Troops. the most assailable points.In the cemetery to pay the last sad trib- )lr. H. Y. Brown, who lives two !

.. III-A... '.. .1....N"tona-. i eo.. .pparatul, ILiIt The girl.had been a victim of thehabit Nogales,. Sonora, Mexico, Sept. 23. Galicia the Russians are pushing ute of respect to his memory.Mr. miles south of town, has 'a pair of '
: ..-.... HiJdIq material it Denmark Was'born in Georgia, fine young foxes for sale. He caught i
4. '... >tl v Cou for for seven years, and when the -The revolt proclamation against steadily PrzsmyL They have
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,s: Iobimoa repaln'-8alft1llOlt---- ,75.002n 1.10 Boylan act was passed she found it Carranza'published here today says: pretty well surrounded by now, for but came to Bradford county in 1866 these foxes in a.trap last week. For

t .IN-Jlr......I._fipwi..... I Ober lumber for for BrooAr Brooker 'lU4 IUI hard: to get the drug and was' prevailed I "General ,Villa-has refused, to recog- following the capture of Jarsolau and settled .near Raiford, where he: some time Mr. Brown noticed that ,
L -. n...; G.... announced to the occupationof lived for He was a his checkens were disappearing. He. ;
I.lireea' .'.i bleideDtaJa. for, ; ,a upon to go to the hospital for I nize the traitor Carranza and has ordered they day many years.
t. _' 50ens of his veteran the Hungarian border, straightforward honest man and his I suspected at first that somebody was.
-... .,-,; F. II",o. taeUeaUte for 'J1I I treatment She was there for just the mobilization Wylloka, on
',< -'. III- .....'1 I'-"aa eo.. ... .5.101t ,seventeen days, 'and claims that she I troops to move on the capitaL"recordIJ southwest of PrzsmyL Wyaloka" is word was as good as his bond. He stealing his fowls, but after keeping
: .. tA.... bond. -----------.2I11.$7 ta4 1.has been completely cured of the an important railway station on the I was hospitable and neighborly and a. a fruitless watch for several nights he

.'" .III-IL.6hIct.L;blPt., frdght for Starke habit from fire. It has been the cus- line running from Sanck-through one friend in need never appealed to him decided to set a trap. Shortly after
t. ttt-ra. ,,,..... ,1.80 tom to lock the inner door and merely deeds retiring'he became aware of a disturbance -
,, aMr, leaking ., 1 cannot speak too highly of Dr. of the Carpathian passes to Zemplin, in vain for help. His kindly I .. "
t H'Sa. tae _till npplemut1& close the heavy outer door without those 'at the hen house. He wcittout
.. 1IAnaa. Marney/ said the grandmother, 'andI thence to BudapestOn will long be remembered! by
'11-'" 141sMw--..-.-.-.-.--. tUft it. absentmindedly I and found fox- in the ,
I11-A. -- a4ry., 10.00 look his work as nothing shortof locking Somebody the German frontier the Russians who were benefitted thereby.Mr. I a young
......A..:.80ms. door sod. u.11 for a5.1ialw a miracle.upon The girl had been declared locked the outer door the other day are in, close touch with the ene- Denmark is survived by his trap. He released the fox 'from the

.1 3A.. L.Ao walt..IIIIDf'dor lumber for for Braohr Starb'It. 40.. almost beyond help, and now and it is still locked. Nobody !knows my, but no fighting has occurred widow and 10 grown children, 5 sons trap and put it in a box and reset -

...b1'A'.. ..'.-'- .+k. bond find 1.00 she is completely cured. I cannot I I the combination and nobody connsct- during the day. The Servians record I. and 5 daughters, and other relatives,' the trap. The next morning he; found :'
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II-W.1M... r. "ooldredge. eupt alarr atwiuim Dr. Marney and the, entire staff of to unlock the door. The safe wa formerly is the capture of Liebovia, -on the mark 'of this county, who was a are male and female end Mr. I'}
15.00iukaon I used in the county clerk's of- Drina river. Brown is negotiating with the Florida ,
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half-brother. .
IUp&. slag ., the Hospital for their I
Kings County
...... I fice but the clerk and his deputies "
.11-a.., B. ls.ooUTM.wr successful handling of the case.' I Ostrict Farmi,for the.sale cf the, animals. ,.
apt salary a' have the combination. They d
tne ,.;. O.OO forgotten CAUGHT RUNAWAYS.Mr. .
"The grandmother naturally did ...
7,1Q1a have tried to open the safe and fail- .4
112--P4u ppp.rle. Blair36.00. want her made public, but '
111-,.''L ,..,Ie. BI.'r .name ed. It seems that it will be necessary of REMEDY.
-- 10.00 W. W. Hull, Plant City, was SNAKEBITE -
Ju-t.. C...+. Roblrta 36,001U.A. declared that she will only be too to safe from Mr. W. F. Goodwin, of Jackson- SSI
employ a expert
1II-Ieet .. in Starke Sunday looking for his son, ,
sb mi. 15.00 glad to talk to anyone expressing an business visitor to Law- 4
d the officials ville a
C somewhere to help city was
107-Marty 35.110 Howard Hull, aged 15, and Harney Mr. L. C. Post, of Cald'VtUi: Idaho t
P SIsbr lh'ldfl'Td interest in the case, and'her grand-
111-".'" etos.. Little to.OO out of their dilemna. In the mean- Tillis aged 13 who had run tey last week. the is'a!' '
... SPrinn 0.00 away says following remedy sure
1. ..: Co Raoldr.4... do M daughter will submit to an interview I time the book is the outside returned his
'5.00 scrip on Mr. Wilmot Brown to '
from Plant City to going to antidote for snake j ,
Jle1)ollald Raiford the I II t escape poison. ,! x
1N-J aI ion. do SO.OO 15.00 with anyone desiring to follow of the safe and the city is paying its school. With the aid of Chief Kite school at Gainesville Monday, after i I I "I See"accounts of beingI -
110.W11 ,4 *__.... 11ft -- 0.00 treatment The name and address of bills as usual his vacation at his home in I Ispending \ person; x
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Mr. Hull located the boys near Starke
105--Mar 11.tlnen. Nebo 35.00 the in the I bitten by rattlesnakes. If padies going -
grandmother are
!'N-R.-4 rr-te. WI.rtn.. Snnmon 15.00 posses and left for home with them Sunday Lawtey. I I into localities where they are Iii
:111-f.A. Themm Darla. Jlellbrollil 411.00 sion of the Eagle. SUNDAY SERVICES.The evening so the boys could start to Mesdames A. M. and B. L. Blan-
fllIe grove ".00 I i i able to be bitten by the reptile would ..11I
1N-fy.t. R'.ra.- R.ilbronn chard business visitors to the
1" 1IaJ"lIan. d1--- 15.00 15.00 I has been appointed to fill out the un- I school on Monday. were carry a little alum with thj-m andmake
173-ks 1b cDuhoo... 17.10 expired term. Christian church will conductall county seat Monday. I I solution of it and; the
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l1-hIe CI--M.c.... ..' New Zion 10.0000. Since the disappearance of Mr. Andrews its usual services next Sunday. IMPROVEMENTS. Mrs. M. E. Edwards and children, WQtnd thoroughly and apply,;!'a compress '

1i2-JI1.2-, C' yhb r...Italtord. "witt Creek 0.00 last week nothing has ,been The Bible school opens at 10 A. M. Edward, Louise and Mabel, who have I II I and keep well saturated with .

In-t. w. nlrlitef. bard service 100.00 4.011 learned of his whereabouts, and we At 11 o'clock Sunday morning'Evangelist I The work of transforming the old I been spending the summer months at the solution, also take two qr three
1I-H. H. broke. 4&'. Hendersonville, N. d, returned to
9.20114a House will ,
Ernest preach on
do 1.00 understand that a reward will be of- gin house at the corner of Walnut grains! internally every hour end not
!' I\, 01rr.IL I "The ,Lord's Supper" and Sunday, I their; home Tuesday. I II I
1011.00 fered for his arrest and apprehension and Thompson streets into a overdo or get excited, I positively
11Ml. n. .h.IL eIW i d4l tala_ 1.11 I Mrs. W. E. Torode is spending a
night his will be "The Dream
coo tr Beak borrowed garage has been completed and the I know there is no need of any'pne dyeing :
j ...... of Pilate's Wife.'.' II few weeks with relatives in Alaba- .
260.001$4J. I modern with
building now looks very from a rattiesnaks bite.?:|
.. Count Bank,borrowed !I
150.00 YOUR HOME PAPER. The prayer meeting of the Chris-! its big plate glass windows and new ma.Mr. e y
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1l. 0... bojIdG1 Brook .. W.OO tian church had an attendance of 38 Messrs. W. A. Bes- Harold Pearce, who is playing
dress of stucco.
III-1t. T. P.nk1: Maher __ TELL THE OTHER FELLOW.
,190.-C.>JI.. Jr.o,. t.M1IIq do Blul Crk 50.00is 8.40 It is your home paper that records Wednesday night of this week. sent, Jr., and F. S. Pedrick have already baseball with the Dade City team, h
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._. !I.I' spent a part of Wednesday at the
your birth, publishes marriage taken possession of the build-
--'I. .II-W. .reeorh.......trpewritteg well for US and chronicles your death, and watches CARD OF THANKS.Elder ing and are doing an kinds of auto' home of his parents here. Harold is If you have anything you 1Lnt the
'I'-- ... recovering from a sprained leg OTHER FELLOW to have, inhe language 4
1a h,Isa a.hpisye,.. to necnlieRuu4fer4 over you with loving solicitude all mobile and gasoline repair work. just
.. of the streets "What
... are
.. .m.. & sustained during a game of ball a I I you
0-\7 Bank intersL& IIIS.OII I.no the time. If your are sick it is sorry, James Black, of Starke,: few weeks going to do about it!" Mavbe the ? :
I .1fa.I11w1w 4Wraaa'Pille Gres-- .5.00 and hopes you will soon be well It the veteran Baptist preacher, who ,FOX CHASE. ago. OTHER FELLOW doesn't what
.JII-L-. Z thsr. Board aer,1e... LOG Mr. James Gill was the guest at kn1w <
1114t. .gM..:',ftaIIiaati08 wwt' 11.10 tells when you come and go; when has been ill for the past three months, the home of his sister, Mrs. H. C. you have and want him to hae it So, "a
.tw do ------------ 1-.00 your house burns down and when is slowly improving through the Gardiner and Tate '
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la-Kat1e Dlteae, &lMIIIQ Midwi._ 40.00 you j Judge George r Pearce, several days of last week. first you must let him know jt. t
II1-I.iie 31aCe.der. build a new one when Johnnie faithfulness of his physician, Dr. the sand hills east of
,- < grading commit. ; your Kite went to I Mr. Harry Jones, of Jacksonville, Through the advertising :Vo'.ans x
--'t. C. WooWre4n. .do. : S.M has the measles, and when your Mary I Tomlinson, relatives and many I town Friday morning to hunt for fox-I,' was a business visitor to Lawtey on of the Bradford County Teje,raph, +
III-A. Do I.ua. do 180 Has the mumps, and how much little friends. We hope soon to see him es. They took with then four Mr Merchant (and this mens 'anyone

'. 'H'r' t!1 I! F. G. SCHELL, % ; Pete weighs on his arirvel By all at his post We take this method of I hounds and four pups. A fox was l I I 1 Wednesday.I. Man !all Strickland of Flora- who has anything to, dispose of s=

\.. SeentRrJ..MAZ&N1STREASUPal means keen our subscription paid extending our thanks and heartfelt started and chased into a gopher hole. I 1 home, filly his regular appointmentat to the OTHER FELLOW>t 'Voi can

-. 'm and tti* to your home paper. gratitude to his many friends fortheir :After he was dug out he was turned the L wtey Baptist church last send word to hundreds of t/{) :HER

ff ,-- -, .I It. find attention. 'oose and was caught after a second Saturday and iimifey. Rev. Strick-t FELLOWS that you have xt thing

1& P. -N..Andrews:, has been for- THE FAMILY.Mr. hase. They repeated the experience land will be succeeded by Rtv..Lara- tl ey need and ought to have:-' ,. .
. man LOST COMBINATION. Saturday evening, the fox taking refuge .::; -.
I ,_ napenfcd. from. the office ofcoaty N. Sternberg and family were hole and be\ng chased more. dcd church of the Prima ere B- n-
; treawrer of Bradford count The safe in the visitors to Gainesville Sunday and in a gopher Dr. L. J. Adams.of Starke, was a tilt about seven miles west tit Lawtey .
city buildin wasccidertally after he was dug outIf ... I C
tJ k the first of '
visitor to Lawtey .
pw business .
rpor ParV: Trammell for t last .
drb locked a week or two }Monday, where Rosh Hashannah, or Sunday. / _
and 1I' lt"a..- h ofce .W 'an,l nobody is able to ooen it. | the Jewish'New Year's .Day, was observed it's new, it's in the Bradford, the week. 'tgraph-'l.Jta '

$ ..sad 4-usurer-elect G. W. Haze The saft is used to protect the city, by the Jews of that city. 'County Telegraph. i A large number of our people. at- .Read the T, ',( year...,.... ..! '
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t PAGE TWO THE Friday, September 25.STRAWBERRR1ES 191

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I Beef .and Milk A-plenty
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Two' colossal armies,'each of 1,000- CoWs elide are kept for two purposes. ; for bed pro r

L. : ARE GROWN. 000 men, are said to be in touch with I duction and for milk prodoc a. To do either right urmaessrofmrtal; ?

one another. In no previous battle J they must be may, There" nothing better to ere get snytiisg wioee

,-- have more than 1,000,000 men'met in should be "sipped ta be keep them In continued good health, or to make wok them t tiro a

... "Strawberry- growing in Florida is mason's brick laying trowel is a good combat, the battle'of Mukden, in the bud", for allowed to ma them well quickly when sick',titan a few doses offew STOCK doses d B e e D e e '

? it into the soil and unchecked l serious 'raaJtImal MEDIOHB! ,
tool. Thrust Russo-Japanese war hitherto the STOCK Thty coon
quite a. d ferent proposition from follow.. Numerous Bee'eelUll ittveO.Joh4S. .
draw the dirt to you with the left greatest battle of modern times, .0m*.
that b;' other part of the United cases of consumption,pneumonia MEDICINE
hand, place roots in position, using seeming small in comparison:with the

s St iea.. In, the north and west the the middle, third and little fingers to Belgian fight. ,' and other fatal diseases up the Brer-Driradiseaae =F
can be traced back to ll0e
plants are generally,planted in April spread the roots so that every root General Kuropatkin, who was in scold. Atthe first sign of a poisons away. u ronr pa

the' will come into contact with the soil command of the Russian datla'ap
and May and cared for during supreme cold, protect yourself ,by x
Then let the soil on, the trowel fall forces at Mukden, had at his disposal
current and fruited the follows thoroughly cleansing yoursystem 3
year back against the roots with the back 400,000 men and 1,500 guns. The
s June the full time occupied with a few doses eITHEDFORD'S
.. I being 14 months. In !(Florida of the fist,pack it firmly against the Japanese: force, which was divided into -

roots. With a boy to drop plants it four armies, amounted to 301,000men.
they planted the last week Jn .
are ,
is impossible'to plant rapidly. How At the beginning of the en- '
and during October, begin
; ever, it is not well to hurry at tha gagement each side extended along a
to blossom within 30 days and fruit
1 expense of care, for if you plant too front of nearly fifty miles' The bat- BLACK- FavoriteFertilizARE i
., within 60 to 70 days and continue to
deep of too shallow,'or, if the roots tle lasted nearly three weeks, after
; fruit from five to six months. The
which the Russians withdrew
bunched will not get as finally
} up, you
8 months. ,
: full time occupied being L
good results. When finished the with an estimated loss .of no fewer
: In order that the plants may do DRAUGHTthe
crown should be at the level of the than 97,000 men, while the Japanese r
{1 this work in this short time, they
casualties amounted to something be-
I I soil and the plants should be as firm
must necessarily have the soil in the tween 40,000 and 50,000 of all ranks.In .
*., in the ground that if you try to pullit old reliable, vegetable BEST
with the full -
very best the battle of Liao Yang, foughtin liver powder.
out by a leaf it will break off before ''"
)I: amount of fertility ready at hand the will September, 1904, the estimated Mr. Chat. A. Ragland o :, t
plant move. FOR
and of such high grade character strength of the Russians amountedto Madison Heights, Va., says:

t that the roots of the plant may eas- As soon as planted a very light 150,000, while that of the Japanesewas "I have been using Thed- ..

ifr ily obtain nutriment More than this, sprinkle of vegetable fertilizer: shouldbe about 200,000. Here the Rus- ford's Black-Draught for ALL CROPSINDEPENDENT '

a full .supply of moisture is essential sprinkled around the plant but not sian and Japanese losses in killed and stomach: troubles, indigestion write for Catalogue '

to touch it, about a teaspoonful and and colds and find it to
N in order to get satisfactory results. wounded amounted to 12,000 and 17- ,

b The selected plot must be either, three inches from the plant. Then 000 men, respectively. oe the very best medicine I

I water with sprinkler and as soon as The two ever used. makes an old
naturally moist or have some means greatest struggles of the
dry enough rake the surface level. man feel like a one."
Franco-Prussian Gravelotteand young
: of irrigation. The edges of bayheads, war were t
You will note that the little depres- Insist on The'dford's, the
Sedan. In the former which
the borders of streams of water or was
sion where you thrust your fist won on August 18 1870 between original and genuine. E-ot
lakes and tracts that have a seepage FERTILIZER CO.
against the roots just right to
from higher lands from natural conditions 300,000 and 400,000 French and Ger-

hold the fertilizer and water you give mans were engaged, the German losses -
I 4; suitable to the purpose. Perhaps JACKSONVILLE FLA.
the plant. amounting to 25,000 and the French ,
; the very best conditions are un-
der overhead irrigation. In the latter The plants should be raked or hoed 19,000. At Sedan, around which des- S WE SELL SEED POTATOES

-' 'case the moisture launder absolute twice a week, timing the operation to perate fighting took place at the end NOTICE OF ELECTION. t.

follow a rain, if you are so fortunateas of August 1870, about 150,000 French WHEREAS the legislature of 1913.-under
control. Our winters being so the constitution of 1885 of the state of Florida E.
1 to have one. You must make certain troops under Marshal Mahon wen did pass three Joint resolutions propos
dry that with these conditions perfect engaged and about 250,000 ing amendments to the constitution of the Acute ,
that the plants do not suffer Germans, Indigestion. (
berries should be the result: state of Florida, and the same were agreed
for water. We have seen more losses under the command of the King ol to by a vote of three-fifths of all the mem- "I was annoyed for over a year by
Our readersshould place their or- bers elected t oeach house that the
from this cause than from any Prussia. As a result of this battle,,, said jo'nt resolutions were;entered upon votes their on attacks of acute indigestion followedby SEEDS s

,"', der for plants'at once as it is not other. in which the carnage was awful, some respective Journals, with the yeas and nays constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. M
thereon and they did determine and direct
always possible to get plants on very .;'For garden purposes we have 14,000 French were wounded an that the said Joint resolutions be submitted to Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything I '
abort notice. The Lady Thompson the electors of the state at the general election We can fill your order immediately -
about French that
recommended tome
25,000 prisoners wen I was
I found it well to have double rows 10 in November, 1914.
Excelsior,' .Hoffman, Neunan and inches apart and then an alley of 20 taken besides 83,000 who had to surrender Now, therefore, I. H. Clay Crawford secretary for this complaint but nothing did for new crop
of state of the state of Florida, do of all varieties of
Klondike favorite varieties wit)
are : to 30 inches. afterwards.It hereby give notice that a me much good until about 4 monthsago

Floridians. For home use it is well is General Election I Chamberlain's,Tablets ad-
estimated that at the battle oj f: saw i '
weeks the should BERMUDA ONION SEED
Every two bed will be held in each county in Florida on
to continue oneself to the Ladj.Thompson. Adrianople last year 200,000 Turks, Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in vertised and procured a bottle of the
1 ; have a dressing of fertilizer raped in. November. A. D. 1914, the said Tuesday beint I ONION SETS TURNIP{ SEED
'Hoffman is a good old -Florida Grower. 250,000 Bulgarians and 50,000 Ser-the tablets at my druggist' I soon real-

t standby for market Neunan is th I 'yians were engaged, a striking con. flied Day of November ized that I had gotten the right thing CABBAGE SEED, OATS
for the ratification or rejection of the said -
beat to carry long distances but ,i trast to the historic battle of Waterloo .. Joint resolutions proposing amendments to the for they helped me at, once. Since RYE ETC :.

three___ .WMCS n___ later_.__ than.___ Excelsiors o r NATAL GRASS PROFITABLE. .. when the Duke of Wellington- hac d constitution df A the Joint state Re of oIida Florida viz.: taking two bottles of them I can eat
Lady Thompson Klondike seems to at his disposal less than 68,000 men, Proposing an Amendment to Section Six heartily without any bad effects." Complete stock of garden and
Natal as it is being raisedin fl), of Article Eight (8). of the constitutionof
Sold all dealers.
made ,
be a favorite through north and cen- while the French army was up the state of Florida relating to county office by field seeds, pcoltry feed and
1 Lake county, is proving one of the I supplies, incubators, etc.
Florida of 71,000 of all ranks.SANDOIL .
tral Florida, but in south we Be it resolved by the legislature of the state ....1111111111111+*.+
I such most profitable crops ever planted by of Florida:
lave not been able to get heavy WRITEFOROURFALLCATALOG '

I fruitage as from the others. Most the farmers in this section, and is ROADS. Six That(I),the of Article following Eight amendment(8), of the to Section constitution + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. AND WEEKLY PRICE J

F' destined to Lake of of the state of Florida la hereby agreed LIST .
northern varieties do not succeed in mage county one to and shall be submitted to the electors of ON POULTRY FEED

; .ilorida. If you feel you most try the largest stock raising centers in The following Arcadia correspondence the the state first at Tuesday the general in November election to A.be D.held 1(14.on iThe following schedule is uh

, ; them it Ii well to confine yourselfto the state. I is clipped from the Tampa for ratification or rejection: ., now in effect:, + OLDEST KTlBUSuED 1JID' UKEft -

\ dozen Natal is native of South Africa Tribune and is self explanatory: Section The legislature shall provide for No. 3 Jacksonville to Tam- :<'
a plants. grass a he election by the qualified electors in each SEED HOUSE IS FiOlIDlEJJarlinSeedCo 4

; If your land is already plowed it is and has only been in this country Having gone to Eustis'for the county of the following county officers: A pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. t
Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Constables
' i well to barrow it once a week until during the past nine years and thereis purpose of studying good roads the a County Assessor of Taxes. a Tax Collector No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa .
delegates at once began the inspection a Superintendent of Public Instruction I' dae at Starke 11:14 P. M. :
you plant You: cannot overdo in this only one section of the United and a County Surveyor. The term of ; ,
respect ,You have aright to expect States where it can' be successfullyraised of those on exhibition of oil-sand. office of all county officers mentioned in this No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce + ,, t
shall be for four that
a good rich soil in, the ,finest 'condition and that is high,' rolling pine The demonstration and careful ex of section County Assessor of Taxes year and County except Tax dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 + No..2S4_East Bay St, _
amination resulted in convincing Collector, who shall be elected for two years P.M.: ., .+
binds of Central Florida. '
,and give them plenty of water. [ until at the ffeaenl election to be held la the Jacksonville Florida
The Acme harrow is excellent tool When farmer realize that there is the visitors that the Lake county! rear A. & 111*,'when and after which they + No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville .

for this an not enough hay'raised in the state to roads are very superior in many re- Their hall be powers elected, duties for a and' term compensation of four years.shall due at Starke 3:49 P. M. s',

purpose. supply one-fiftieth of the demand spects. The Eustis road that was be prescribed by law. The legislature shall No. 2, Tampa to, Jacksonville .
: I{ you have not plowed as yet, you nrovide by law for the care and custody of I .
examined is three inches thick eight + due at Starke 4:54 A. M. .
.they will appreciate the large profits all county funds and shall provide the method i COFFINS CASKETS -
+ should dean the land thoroughly' of feet wide and after constant use for ?f reporting and paying out all such funds. + No., 14, Cedar Key .to Jacksonville v
which will them.
trash Natal grass net Provided. County Treasurers elected in Genral l "And ft Full Una ofUndertakers' 4t'
and weeds and cart'itoff
grass, two to be in better + due at Starke 9:21 $-
Seven million dollars annually is years, appears Eleetio nheld in 1914 shall bold office for I '

and then plow the land with Care sent out of the state for hay and a condition than when first built., It the term elected.A .Wat Ieel.d.aProposing + A. M._ j + ,I Supplies" ..s;

r being particular to not plow any large cent of this amount be appears to improve through use, an Amendment to Section .16 + II I Always on band. The:best ear. A'

i Y deeper than at any time previous. kept at per home if the farmers may of this certainly for a period at least. of of Article Florida IV relating of the constitution to the appointment of the state of + Starke- and Winnee Branch : vice at the lowest pricw. Special' tI ,'

The'strawberry is largely a surface. state will only turn their attentionto +Samples were also shown from the commissioned officers of the state militia: + + I attention to Telegraph Orders < j; -
Belt resolved the of the state
by legislature '
feeder and should not have much of the cultivation of Natal Experts roads built in Massachusetts by the of Florida: ,No. 101 leaves Starke' 6:45 'If I ,_ i--'fi'"
i subsoil do grass. That the following amendment to Section A. M. '. Embalmer "
the brought 'up.If, Registered
state association
; you highway and thru ;
say that it is not only highly nu- '1 of Article IV of the constitution of the
not cart off .the grass and weeds you state aid. It was considered a great State of Florida is hereby agreed to and shall No. 104 arrives at Starke I 1 r-- S. -"}
tritious feed for stock of all kinds
he submitted to the electors of the state for :.
+ t ';
2:45 P. M.
may risk the, burning up of your but will command a high price. It is success there, where the sand that is adoption or rejection at the next general DcWITT C. JONES
.leetloJl hereafter; that is to say, that Section + f
plants in dry weather. Even with very much like crab-grass in habit of used for the purpose is much inferiorto 1C of Article IV shall be amended so as + SoccetKxto G. Livingston & Co.
overhead irrigation the plants never the sand in Florida. A better road to read u follows: + Limited Trains [
but where the soil is
growth, very Section 18. The governor shall apwnt all + -- + Starke, Fla. '
seem to do 10'"Well'when clumps. of sandy it makes a heavier yield of bet- can therefore, be built for the same commissioned officers of the state militia in- T
Jacksonville Tampa .
-luding an adjutant general for the state No. 9, to -
grass are underneath. ter hay. It has become thoroughly money in Florida than can be built with rank of brigadier general who shall be 41 due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + ,

Ten day before you are ready to established in parts of Florida and is farther north where the conditions -hief of staff. The duties and compensation 111111111111 ++**+: "
of all officers so appointed shall be as fixed No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville -' +++++++ _

plant you- should distribute your gradually spreading over the sandy are different. by law. The terms of office of all eommls- + due at Starke 6:10 P. M. + + +'.
honed officers of the organized militia shall be '
the and work it A careful estimate by committeesof
fertilizer along .
row coast lands to the westward. -ontinnous during the pleasure of the gover T. J. Griffin, Agent. + + CHURCHES.
in with a rake or hoe. We also use ''In Prof. John M. Scott's Bulletin of inspection and engineers when ap- nor: subject to such, laws as may be enactedby + + '"
the legislature providing for their retirement
a garden line for the -purpose- even if "Natal Grass" he says: "I have cut plied to conditions in Florida, show for age or other cau ea. ++t++ 11111111111111 ..... + BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer- +:.

we have ten acres to plant. Mark five volunteer- crops of Natal grass that a road 3% inches thick and 8 Proposing an A Joint amendment Resolution.to Section One of + relL Sunday school, 9:45 A.; f ,_

the ends of the rows so you may (purest hay) in one year from land feet'wide can be built for $2,500 per Article V. of the constitution relating. to the ORDER OF PUBLICATION. + M. Morning service, 11:00; '+',;

know just where to put your plants', that would not raise one bushel of mile almost anywhere in the state. judiciary.Be it resolved! by the legislature of the state In the County Circuit Florida.Court fer la Chan Bradford + evening service, 7:00. Visitors ;+,' :'

One handful, equivalent to a teacupful corn. I know that from two to five The visitors are high in their of That Florida the :following amendment. to Section cery. + cordially invited to worship ;+.;: <

to 2 feet of row is about the right crops of this highly nutritious stock praise of what they saw and are not One of Article V of the constitution is here- D. C. Kinlaw. et al Complainants.vs. + with us. + '4CHRISTIAN
by agreed to and shall be proposed and submitted + .
slow to recommend that kind of vs. I +
amount.As food can be raised on'the'poorest land a to the electors of the state for approvalor American Corporation, et al] ,.
without cultivation fertiliza- road for Florida. The "fact'that, rejection at the next general election hereafter Defendants. .- Rev. Ernest .;;.
soon as the plants arrive they any or that is to say said Section One of -
after thorough trial in of the Order For Publication.A House Services on .
some ;
tion. said Art'cle shall be amended so as to read pastor.
should be taken from the package, to defendants, William B. Lukens JOBph -
To the of northern states it is found successfuland as follows: M. Thomas. Martin V. Smith, Samuel C. f morning and (evening of each + '.
opened out a trifle and if dry untiring efforts CoL C. Section 1. The judicial power of the state .
very Lane. J. B. Earl. J C. Eddy. Thomas W. +
is built by state highway asso- shall be vested in a supreme court circuit second and fourth Sunday of r
with water and E. Woods, editor of the Eustis Lake PiUs, J. D| McLemore. W. B. Lana, Francis
sprinkled kept as courts court of record of Escambia county, +'
B. .
ciations with the state McCall and J. James. the month.
appropriations -
cool as possible until used in plant- Region of Eustis, Fla., has this won- criminal courts county courts county Judges It appearing; by affidavit duly filed that the # 1'
derful and hay been to is proof that the road is all and justices of the peace and such other courts resident is unknown of each of the defend .
grass brought or commissions u the legislature may from
weather. that is claimed for it. And if'the ants. William B. Lukens Joseph M. Thomas PRESBYTERIAN-No regular Mt. :
the attention of the There time to time ordain and establish. The leg. Samrel J. B. '
public. is Mart n V. Smith. C. Lane Earl
If they seem in very bad order same road can be built in Florida at 'slatnre may prescribe the compensation of the I. C. Eddy Thomas W. Pitta J. D. MeLe pastor. Sunday school at .
hardly an issue of the Lake Region justices and judges of the several courts but W. B. Lane Francis L McCall and J. ,+ t,
they should be trimmed of dead more. +
less there is for no court heretofore established under the constitution 10:00 A. M.
but what Col. Woods has money, good ,reason B. James, and it further appearing that this
and laws of Florida shall be hereby :3i;
leaves, the roots shortened. four road builders with to give the order should be made; +
authentic to in reference to this us abolished.The that each of the defendants t"
say It is hereby ordered
inches and planted closely in a bed Dixie. matter consideration. votes east in compliance with said proposed -. William B. Lukens, Joseph M. Thomas METHODIST Rev. B. T. +

where they may be shaded and -wa- hay. and amendments returns thereof and the shall canvass be,subjected declarations earl, Martin J. C.V.Eddy Smith Thomas'Samuel W.C. Pitta.Lane J.J. D.Melemore B.. Rape, pastor. Sunday school .' :;J:,

tered for,a few days. We have several A SQUARE DEAL. FLORIDA FARM STATISTICS.From to the same regulations and restrictions u are ,. W. B. Lane, Francis L McCall at 9:45 A. M. Morning Belf ,.
provided by law for general elections in the and ...B. James, do appear to the amended .+ k',
vice 11:00 o'clock evening
times found that this has been state of Florida.IN supplemental and amended bill of complaint ;

the most profitable operation in get The National Farmers' Union is de- ( the latest Federal Census Re- I have TESTIMONY hereunto set WHEREOF my hand !being n the the above rule entitled day of CUll October.upon the A., D.6th 1914 day service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior .. ;

; ting a bed started. This method is manding a square deal from Congressand ports.) (Aral) and the affixed: of the great, seal of and that this order be published once a week + Epworth League, Sunday .4:00 .
Ute Florida at Tallahassee
There in Florida. 'or eight eonneutive weeks beginning on the + P. M. Senior Epworth League, ,+ :
are 50,016 ,
particularly desirable if the weather state'legislatures on the market the capital, this the 7th day of August A. D. 1914 in the Brad-
happens to be very dry and hot just I ing of farm products.' The approximate land area of this D. ; rauafth day of"July, A. rd County Telegraph,,' a newspaper published I" Sunday 7:15 ,P., M. Visitors
as the plants arrive. Many a novice The Federal and State Governmentshas state is 35,111,000 acres; 5,253,000 8-'lolst. H. CLAY CRAWFORD. Done weekly this ta the the 6th said day county of August of Bradford.A. D. + cordially invited to attend. 't

has been discouraged in first' start- been given to the marketiny side acres are in farms and 1,805,000 acres Secretary of State. 1914. :,!
W. T. WEEKS ++++*.11111111..+lilt+***'
of the land in farms are improved. Clerk -I
leg the growing of strawberries be- annually in urging the farmer to increase Chamberlain's Seal) ; II
Colic, Cholera and By R. A. WEEKS I
t cruse he has failed to get a stand production, but little attention I The average size of a Florida. farmis J-7-8L Deputy Clerk.Chamberlain's vowou 'n1IAN0I1I r:1 I!
hoe been 105 acres. Diarrhoea Remedy. SMSJ JMnoni puaag .....
plants. We reeonmend a trial given to the marketing side i 11
ipop tfiqtomiS 01JBJIB34B03suaposs -
;t of this method. 'The strawberry is of the question.It The farms of this state represent a "I advised the 'boys' when they en- Liniment.If pn 9fttvoa;>>'JOO:) ,j

4 a cool weather plant and some times is a well known paradox that the capital,investment of 143183600. listed for the Spanish war to take you are'ever troubled with aches ..g'IONL'OWU t!

the first week in October is very dry lancer the crop responding aid in The farmers of this state own $4- Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and pains or soreness of the muscles, you

;Z h and hot and a large percentage of marketing, los,". much of its worth to 446,000 worth of the implements and Diarrhoea Remedy with them, and will appreciate the good qualities of 1::n\loog no tiO" U t '11 11Ucna

plants die. Shade and water will agriculture. The nation is' fast other! farm machinery. have received many thanks for the Chamberlain's Liniment Many sufferers { J.1IWYJ 132125: of f

;' v'.. them. awakening to the fact that marketing The value of the domestic animals, advice given," writes J. H. Hough- from rheumatism and sciatica

and not production is the poultry and bees on the farms of this land, Eldon, la. "No -: 'I-
Thq plants shonld be pltrvd inrows' I problem person .whether have used it with the best results. It

t{ .20 to SO incbe .amH a-d fro,**I of the farmer. state is 20591000. 'traveling or at home should, be without is especially. valuable for lumbago fear Piles druggist Cored will la refund 6 to money 14 Days if PATH. J!:

6 to 8\ inches'apart in the' row. A' Read the ,The .V.e value ..of'" a- .Florida, this great remedy." .For sale by and lame back. For sale by all r dealerL' OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itchia ;
; Telegraph J1.50 a year. farm is $2,863. I jail dealers. - Blind., Bleeding or Protruding fStt ia(to 14 daJlo)$$; l!
'f efi--' vpl catioo gives lease sod tttt, V\\ \i iw


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:,'. ;;:.;:: .... ..."....ot., .. .. -. -- .-,'" -- ,. ''' -t. .. .. 'I.might which'five convenes his time early to,the in April legislature,Mr. I TREASURER'S- _REPORT.
NEWS :,Hudson ,is an avowed candidate for
b JE.1ST. ; .To the Honorable i
r t governor in the primaries of 1916 and Board of County 1 I CARTER'SPRICFS
Y ,. . { Commissioners of Bradford .
.r, tH\.h. is eager to be free to make a vfcorouacampairn. w, ;
: loOh ( Florida:
.. i
FloridtAs I. the undersigned Good Side Meat '- 16'1.20
: f,;' Happenlnr.AIIOver of said
.; :fThtt :Are I L I" The tOaceola county commissioners county, beg leave to submit the tot- : Plate Meat ,- -, 12 1-20

"'} 'ft Told By Our Exchange ea ;expressed their'faith in the newipa-' lowingreport.for the month ending : Tomatoes-Per Dozen-3 Pound Cans $1.00 ;,

ir pen as,a,medium of advertising Florida July 31,1914: I .y
Tomatoes-P& Dozen 2 Cans $ .85
: ;
"" ',. I abroad by agreeing that a certain GDDAL ICIIOOL num. : Pound -
Jub 1. to amt ...... ittO.48 F Oats--Per: Sack '. .. $2.10 :!
; '
Witt Co of of the .
; a.._._.W'heeD ,Ohio enterprise portion pubUeity.tax fumdbe; Jab 11. to amt B. M. ;

'','..#;jrjr i' ganen". school' building fort o. 0, have the most extensive apiaries used to.pay for 400 subscriptions to Jab Dowling Il by neDt amt transferal No. II 1M170- I!= ,Kandy: Feed-Per Sack ,$1.80 :! 1

'the'1rorlcL Last they each of the three theKissunmee to f ....;.Per Pound '
of Ha increasing number in year I I county papers July M rat 1DsId Jfq 169 u Sugar $ .09
.. sent one carload of bees in the hives Valley Gazette, the Osceola oat =;
i July 31. to Hams Premium Pound $ .23
_' '--ILl. .... ..,, amt i lnfl. 1IL78 -fer I
..,. ,'.- to winter in Florida. In less than ayiar' Journal and the St. Cloud Tribune. 1
Hams-Picnic-Per Pound .- $ .17
I tate- fame urarden lw.ill ent '.' time they sent back to their,j i These subscriptions are for a period S.S1S.N E
r'1 :
Onions-100 Pound Sack $2.25
law requiring dUlenaM headquarters in the Buckeye state iof ,four months and it is understood July -- "f amt wvvrurvit lai.'II

8 't-= .that license the to hunt will be rig'tjfenforced. four carloads of bees and twenty tons i that the papers are to be sent ,to people July TOTAL 1. to amt SUB-DISTRICT ea fcand_47.C9S.1S BONDS. Sardines Per Case '- $1.80 :

L, Mrs i a of strained honey,'all the result of the i I I in other states who are seeking hI.Dow1bur SI. to recpt amt reed No. B.19 X._ MJJ Pt Cream-Per Case $3.85 I

Florida climate and flowers. Witt ft information about this section of the July Si, by amt paU ;;z-, 7,i g.gj Good Flour-Per Barrel .. $5.50 ; ,
''' toGetwaIIy : Co. should be singing that popular state and whose come to Jnly. 31. to balancf 4 % .85SI. I
returned names
trlg '". he has not I(I ; WHEN YOU WANT A BARGAIN GO TO f .
enlist in the army and song The Sweetest Story Ever the attention of the newspapers thru 4UlL1T 4WSS.I7
t 11M for' his fatherland, John Sey"jf Told." I I direct inquiry, the board of trade, the July to amt na hand 41.126.85 I J. C. CARTER I
: .. Miami, will forfeit a $20,000 railroads, business men, real estate July 1. by amt overdraft nJND. 8L20 ; i iiU
JJ estate of his parents. Evidence that the Osceola county dealers or any citizen of the county. Job 10. to amt reed W. V. u144u4uLJ

t : ,, of the cattle shipped Armour and.Company:I I The purpose is to mail the papers outtncq hire Knott._,14..,_state, .convict'? 182.55 UiiUIWU UIUIU U U ;

'' ; filhh P. Brown the man who atm on September 1 were satisfactory is., so as to set people thinking July SI. to amt reed B. 1C. 4,

d! famous religious weekly, furnished the fact that Tom Price; I.' Dowling reept No SS_ 821J7 'c" J
t .. the by I. a at the time they are Jolr Si; to amt reed W. T.
has purchased the Se- has already contracted Weeka reept No. 85_ 5S8.50
i Horn Armour's buyer, planning their winter trip. ..
:Eg News, and will put in a com- for a second and larger shipmentof July- 31 31.by to amt amt paid overdraft ont 108.81S.I1S.M 1060.03 1

;jm plant in.that town. stock to be sent north on the 19. Mr. E. J. Smith who was in the city 1151.23 1.151.2 Bradford County I R
that there are over Mr. Price states that this first ship last Saturday was. telling the Times.
;B is estimated I July !31. by amt overdraft 108.81 ;
the ranges ment went'through in great shape, man about two hogs that he expected. FINE ORfti .
of cattle on
IflOJOOO those engaged without the loss of one head, which to bring to the fair. They are mixed July 1. to aAAtoe hand 139.3Ft1ND.July :
hl DeSoto county, and 10. to amt reed W. V. Abstract Company .
believe that it is only record was due to the careful loadingof Poland, China and Big Guinea each Knott. 1-2 state convict '
h the industry the cattle at this point. He says 'weighing about 400 hire. 182.55
pounds measur- t
infancy J"'" 1. t oamt reed W. T. ,A complete record Bradford County lands .
kits that his company was pleased with ing 56 and 58 inches around the body Reaves. 1.00 t '

Eton McEver caught two twenty- the purchase, and that he will probably and lacking but about six inches be- July Denmark 31. to amt reept reed No.S.US.B. 35.00 Land Titles Real Estate Investmen r

bass at the bridge Tuesday and buy several more train loads of ing as large around the "waist" as a Jnlv 31. to amt reed F. M. -- iCLERK'S !

Msjad Wednesday he caught three that stock from that section.As I I mule weighing over a thousandI T"'W Byrd 31.reept to amt No.reed 12522.00 S. B. i
pl -
fifteen pounds each.- pounds.) These two hogs were raisedin Denmark: reept No. 12728.00 v t !
about *
vdftad' Jnlv 31. to amt reed S. B. REPORT. A Time To Economize
Breete. was expected since the begin- the lot and were fed three ears of Denmark: reept No. 128. 28.00 ;1. i
t New Smyrna ning of the war in Europe the end of July 31. to amt reed S. B. MAKE
t has .corn per day each. Mr. Smith says Denmark reept No. 1292.00 ;YOUR OWN t e
'c. A. Lindsay, of Bronson July, the exports from Florida ports that they have been kept clean and July 31. to amt reed S. B. '
I.c ted what seems to be indicationsof during the month of August took a. Denmark reept No. 130. 11.00 St.rkef Aug. 1, 1914. : PAINT !. t f': '
have had the best of attention. They July 31. to amt reed B. M.rowlinir ,Report of the clerk of the circuit ,
i some kind of oU on his property at decided drop, being (1,000,000 less worth the market reept No. 35._ 72.40 I
are probably on YOU Will SAVE
I July 31. court in and for Bradford I !
d of the IOU in to amt reed W. T. county,
M that place. Samples than during the month of February, today about forty dollars each, but Weela ,14_ 450.00 Florida 51 els. PER CM
tyreamt on account of taxes'assessed
wWck it was found will be chemicallyOne when the exports amounted to $2- July 31. paid oat. 294.92
i I they are not for sale at this price as July 31, by amt to balance (73.37 for the year 1913.B. ; :
t 1IItId., 360,387, the exports during August Mr. Smith expects to make more thanThis M. ,--'mil t :
amountingonly to $1,358,011. Duringthe 968.29 9(8.29 Buy4gab.LX2lM.Semi.. .
thousand barrels of rosin leftJacksonville by handling them himself.. NextQuincy 1 Tax r : _
month of August of last year the TimeS. July 31, to amt on hand (73.37 ,* Collector. Mixed Real Paint $&4q ; ,
in the Clyde I COUNTY PROPER.
Saturday ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. And3g ls.LinseedOil .
bound to a exports totaled $2,668,635. March July 1. to amt on band 8,244.62 July I,.to bal due county proper fund 880.52 to mix with it ':
steamship Chippewa, I By amt collected .... .
t the still remains the banner month of the During the electrical storm here on July 31. to amt reed S. B. no ----- 289.62 r

i Sooth'' American port This is year with exports amounting to $3- last Wednesday night Mr. and Mrs. Denmark. reept No. 12963.00 Auc. 1, to bal due 390.90 MakesfgalsPaintforlosoIt's f
of rosin from a southport July 31 to amt reed S. B.
f tint shipment W. K. Peaslee had Denmark reept No. 1317630 DRAINAGE only $1.54 gaL '
511,595 from the ports comprised in a narrow escape July 1. to bah due per
such county drainage
as .
the except Job 31. to amt reed B. M.Dowlin ,
since war
'If en the district of Florida.-Jacksonville from serious inury, although they reept No. 85 798.48 fund 277S.12 j ne i. a'iL SEMI-I Xm. !
J i J. vent to domestic ports. reed W. T. By amt collected : $43.80 REAL PAINT Is PURE WHITE LEAD, L
Times-Union. were not in the least hurt and knew Jnlv 31 to amt ZINC sad LINSEED OIL-tie tout Imowa. ,
states I of the incident until the following Weeks reept No. 32100.00 Aug. 1. to bal due 2129.52 paIaIlUIuIa18, tor 1" year,.
1 A tour through twenty-four nothing July 31. by amt paid ont 3.S25.69 t
COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE. Ote a gaL oat of any you buy and If not the i
in for to balance 8.954.71
traveling 3,870 miles in thirty days, Negotiations are progress j i morning. They were asleepin July 31 by amt July 1. to bal due county road and beat paint mad*,then rcanlbe paint and get ,
f boarding the establishment of a first-class milk 7,280.40 7,280.40July bridge fond ___ 1871.45 HI your money back.KEUEUBEB -
their bedroom the
topping over night at hotels, next hallway By amt collected 79646Aug.
depot in the enterprising cityof Or -this Paint is the same ;; ,
houses or farm house- vacation when a bolt'of lightning struck the II, t amt on band 3.954.71 Painter's if {
I I, to bal due 1074.97 as make they use pure Whito r
lando. A from the Shenandoah
for the'whole family, costing altogether company back of the house just above the hall(I I' 1. to amt BUILDING on hand FUND.1,945.84July COUNTY BUILDING.July Lead and Linseed Oil on/y mixed by .

but |375. 0-has just been valley of Virginia proposes to door and tore off the laths and plasterfor 31. to amt reed B. M. 1.. to bal due county building band. The L.C&M.is thoroughly mixed' t. :
sale in that city a complete I Dowlimt reept No. 35- 144.81 fund S40.24 by powerful machinery-into semi-pasta
keep on I
finished by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Johnston a foot's space, driving the plaster 31.33 By amt collected ,144.81
includ- I Julv 31 by amt paid out -so as to be easily made ready for rue.
and their two assortment of dairy products, straightway the hall July 31, by amt to balance %.059.1% "
of Bradentown, through againstthe Aug. 1. to bal due -_--_ ... 195.43 DeWITT C. JONES :
ing milk, cream butter and cheese. 1
front wall with tremendous force, 2.090.65 !,090.65luly COUNTY SCHOOLJuly
son' The milk will be put through the Pas- I 1. to bal due county school fund 2382.47 STARKE FLORIDAMEN
but failing to leave any sign of the hand 2.069.32 By amt collected _____ ,1013.70 t I ,
farmers are picking and will be 31. to amt on .
Baker, county teurizing process guaran- 946t.
exit. the
lightning's Supposedly, at DRAINAGE FUND.
is Aug. 1, to bal due _... i$1'x
cotton and as the crop this year teed to fully come up to the standardof time July 1. to amt on hand 1109.18 1368.77
same the roof on the north side reed B. M.Dowlinv _, TOTAL SUB-SCHOOL. t
about one-half larger than last year, richness for which the dairy prod-I was struck and the shingles torn off July 31 to amt reept No. 35_ 641.60 July 1. to bal due total sub-booL.. 1205.28
By amt collected : 60.52
the growers, are happy. In a few ucts of the Shenandoah valley are July 31. by amt paid oaL I,237.2 I '1
from of
a about six feet.
t space square July 31. by amt to balance 115.112I
days the gin at Macdenny will be in famous. It .is stated that the milk( The roof being very 'wet from the I Aug. 1, to bal due AND FORFEITURE.Inly 14U.rn.'B .

operation and the fleecy staple will supply is generally short during the heavy rain that fell during the storm, I 1752.78 1.752.78Jnly 1, to bal due ..-T.-.,.. __, JT- 170.05 ) {
around the station plat winter in Orlando the establish- band 515.52 By amt collected 97.65 t
be piled high so prevented the house from catchingfire 31. to amt on 11

forms. Farmers, are expecting good ment of this new depot will come in and saved it from destruction. I I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. Aug. 1, to bal due LICENSE.__ 97.65 -Dealt dIae.wale...anti..... di.--- ,f n:

prices for their cotton this.s n. very opportunely in supplying the Under the circumstances, Mr. and Thirty days after date hereof I will apply A.,. 1. .. bal dM -.ll.lt portaat...... at.rpu.sea n--have I ;;
shortage. Tampa Timei to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county Judge: By R. A. WEEKS,. lien wrecked. uu i !
of I Mrs. Peaslee fortunate in for order to neb ef
A hundred thousand tiles, some were com of Bradford county. Florida an ... IIIoraaC9 1fJj

them nearly 100 years old, and all ,A large delegation will represent, ing'Out unhurt, not even feeling the sell at eaeh private of tale Elsa the Keene.undivided Jerry one Keene.-ixth and Interest Deputy Clerk. 3600" j

taken from the roofs of old Spanish Florida at the -twenty-ninth annual shock of the stroke.-Fernandina Martha Keene. minor heirs of Joseph C., W. T. WEEKS, I
., Keene. deceased in and to the following de- (Seal) Clerk,
buildings in Cuba, will arrive in Miami convention of Brotherhood of St. An- News. reribed lands situate in Bradford county Flor ? ietrrable

I in a few days to'be used on the drews, which will be held in Atlanta, ida That twlt certain: piece of land in east half of cease .f AlaoInU contracted CON-t.-an. 1 It:
ODORLESS ONION. I treat Weaknew at Hen. .T
mansion.A of south east quarter and I CLERK'S REPO T. Varte.-
roof of the James Deering October 1418. Practically every state south west quarter eels Blood aggeet.Pure sad an PEL-
rn south east quarter of south east quarter VIe & MPTOrta. t' }
specialist went to Cuba and picked in, the union will be represented at section twenty-four township seven range wlthast the tare ;",
Allium triquetrum, one of the onion Bounded east by land formerly I ct..a 6W diwetly UU Ole ";
of which bears thedate twenty-one. on Starke, Sept. 1 1914. blood
out the tile, some the convention and over a thousand owned by Linnie Williams on north n detention from tJ
r' of manufacture, '1820, and the delegat es are expected to attend. A tribe, a native of southern Europeand by land formerly owned by M. Fnggaui and Report of the clerk of the circuit business.cutting toe .II ;,;1
of that time. common on the coast of Algeria on the south by land owned by H. H. Hall court in and for Bradford r't m. im. ,
workmen M
; stamp of the provisional program has been arranged ,and on west by land owned by P. K.: Myers county, -
subject to change, according to gives evidence of being of considerable containing twenty acres more or less. Florida, on account of taxes assessedfor Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson I i
Every farmer should save all of the value as a vegetable. The plantsare J. C KEENE.
circumstances. It is planned to have Guardian for Elza. Jerry and Martha Keene. the year 1913.B. 111 WEST FOB0TTH 8TBE2T.
good calves, feed the steers for beef raised from seed or'from bulbs, minor heirs of Joseph C. Keene, deceased. M. DOWLING (Near Heard. Bank Bid*.) t 1].
some speaker of national international ,
and mature every heifer for breeding, or which form in large numbers. The 19-11-61.t Tax Collector. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. t
fame. Business election
breed to the best pure breed sires of bulbs, planted deeply in the soil, pro- COUNTY PROPER S "
of officers for
the beef breeds to grade up as fast as and several conferences following will composethe year duce large plants, the underground STARKE FLORIDA Aug.fund 1,_to_bal_ due county proper 390.90 1 ii

'possible, the high-grade steers top portion of which are white, tender and By amt collected 86.97
The Brotherhood of St.
program. H. C. RICHARDGelerilIDslralcg
beef market short of -
the cattle
; supply Andrews was' organized on St. An- succulent. The green leaves are removed ), R, Davis and Company at Sept. 1, to bal due' 803.9J ,
that should now rapidly increase DRAINAGE.
the same as with onions, the !
drews day in 1883 and now has a Aon. 1. to bal due county drainage
In every state to supply home mar- balance of the stem part forming a Starke and Stewart Insurance fund : 2129.52
"keta at the high prices.U membership of more than,15,000 men By amt collected 71.60 l
delicate with almost
vegetable no
and boys and over 1,500 chapters. .. Agency at Lake Butler are the t .
,, Stock: Journal odor of onion. This may prove a val Sept 1. to bat due 2057.92 t '
representatives in Bradford COUNTY ROAD AND BRIDGE. {
Cyril Santini is in the city from his Some months ago the Leader mentioned cable vegetable for growing in our \utr. 1. to bal due county road and. I represent none ""'
of the old reliable Hart- bridge fund -..- _._ 1074.97By t
that an attempt was being southern states. Only actual tests County ? .
.camp near Matanias pass and reports amt collected 239.17 companies: and will be '

that his crew of four fishermen secured made to grow cranberries in this section I will prove what it may do in the ford Fire Insurance Co, of Sept. 1. to bat due 835.80 alert to promote your }; f"
and that two small north. The with this old
experimental experiments
83,000: pounds of fish in twenty I which mention is made in ,the COUNTY BUILDING. ante courteous
Ing. 1, to. bal due 1
plantings had been made. One of the plant as a new vegetable were con- county building
days with gill nets since the season _
open fund 195.43By
went into effect, only three men plantings, made on January 1, last, ducted by Dr. Trabut, president of September Fifth issue of the amt collected 43.49 A well written 1 !

on the Turnpaw farm by W. C. Hamilton the Horticultural Society of Algiers. agent in a first-class
being out most of the time. The crew Saturday Evening Post a fact Sept. 1. to bal due 151.94 t R
is fishing this season for the Punta has borne a crop of good sized -Cuba Magazine. COUNTY SCHOOL. times means much in
berries. The to be proud of for the reason Aug. 1. to bat due county school fond 1368.77
Gorda fish plants were sent hereby amt collected I
By 804.39
company, through which ,
city the fish was shipped.-Ft Myers Mr. Doer from a Michigan bog and PRESERVING EGGS.The I that they have only reputable Tept 1. to bat doe ; 1064.38 i H. C. BOARD ; {t f

Press. were planted in our ordinary Florida TOTAL SUBSCHOOL.Aug. I '
soil. A few of the berries shown in water glass method is as follows agents and so by placing your 1. to bal due total sub-booI44.:1 f. f f

Already many people are comingto the city show that.the experimentwas : Take one pint of water glass' insurance with them you By amt collected 161.53 FINEST WE i i

__________ I
Sept. 1. to bat due ,883.23
Florida and of boiled add-
and the railroad representatives a success and encourages the belief twenty pints water, KNOW that have procured FINE AND FORFEITURE. .

and others In position to that cranberries can be ''grown ing the water glass after the water is you Aug. I, to bal due .... 97.65 : f '

.know, predict the greatest influx of here as well as elsewhere thus add- cool. Mix the ingredients thoroughly, from experienced agents the By amt collected 21.74 i f'J ,""<

visitors, tourists and settlers the com- ing another product to the already being careful that there is sufficient strongest insurance possible Sept. 1. to bat due LICENSE._---- 75.91 f ;(,

.ing season that state has ever known. long list of good things which are liquid so that the eggs will be well Sept. 1. to bal due 10.00

Good times are knocking at our door. Brown in Florida.Tarpon Springs !'submerged. Eggs preserved in this LAKE BUTLER FLIt W. T. WEEKS, FLA.'t. f f ff

Let w of Dade City be up and doing Leader.A way have a strictly fresh taste and (Seal) Clerk. ti

to.secure our share of the benefits when broken the yolks will stand up By R. A. WEEKS t '

that will be ours for the, taking,- Tallahassee dispatch says: Hon.D. as when freshly laid. pose of increasing the supply of pork Deputy Cbrk.

Dade City Banner. C. McDullen, former state senator It is important however, that the and encouraging good breeding of

from Hillsboro county, and one of the eggs be strictly fresh when preservedand hogs. Clubs are being organized already Evansville, F

One firm near Seffner will plant 200 leading practitioners of Tampa will inall preferably sterile eggs. Water in every part of the county. It The H. L. Hurst Mfg.

.ceres! of land to melons next season. probability succeed Hon. F. M. glass, or sodium silicate, can be pur- is expected that when the pig club CASSELL'SFamous Gentlemen: We I

ttfnl" this country where land is plen-. Hudson, who recently resigned as" attorney chased from a drug store and is in a is under way it will go hand in hand Indian RemedyFOR out your -, -
U cheap the northern visitor I for the Florida Railroad Com I form of a semi-fluid resembling sug- with the corn club. The boys of the INDIGESTION more. It is the

frequently astounded when he mission. The commissioners have decided ar latter will produce the corn and the seen in this city at
I syrup. .
earns a body of land referred' to in on the appointment of Mr. Mc- Eggs that have been lying around newly organized association will see GUARANTEED TO CURE people that have I
*t at his
home as a farm is called' Mullen after having carefully considered for two or three days before being to it that the pigs are produced to 75 CENTS AND $1 at our place think

: = ia Florida We Floridians,II the names of many other attorneys eat the corn.Southern Farming. I and well pleased to
Will admit that the Seffner throughout the fathered will not come out in a good ; ,I\ Manufactured by the T. A.Cas- I
state, and that place. .
fresh condition. St
Augustine Rec- I
watermelon STATEMENT. scITs Medicine Co., Arcadia fla.
"patch" he
to be will
planted to ably represent Florida in the ord. Statement of ownership and management F
:: is far beyond the size of the!t.' courts in matters pertaining to railroads I It required by the'Art of August %4- 191%. of the For Sale by For Sale By
lneloa Bradford County>> Telegraph published weeklyat
".., patck-Apalachicola is not questioned. Mr. Hudson BOYS' PIG CLUB. Starke. Flor'des. for October 1S14. i J. C. CARTER R. S.
Editor. E. S. Matthews.
J I recently tendered his resignation after First came the boys' corn clubs the Managing Editor. F. E. Robbin STARKg FLORIDA Spraying Machines

:: ,. -.u... -rtory! U I three years of excellent service, girls' canning clubs, and now comes Roineu Publisher.Manager E. S. Matthew F. E. Bobbins.. .STARKE. i I

to a Ohio and refers to I jthe I resignation to take effect not later the boys' pig clubs. These are being I Known Mortgagee*, Mergenthaler LinotypeF. j

an than April 1, 1915, so that he j organized in the south for the purr I F. E. BOBBINS,Mgr. i Telegraph $1.50 per year. I'' Read the Telegraph-fLW a year.

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tffWnHr..tj'T" THE. SLEEP WE'N ,ED.j. ,. M/tfXET/ .FM CANE; SYRUP. U Geraaay lass, will ate t be -.; _
teat to aeeept the verdict of the bee -
In'eVrer tiTwtyi: omfa* car Then U certainly a market for all Ue of lIlt for all u... Or win At I 5 <

{ U 9*_*i \\.c..j.nMlsi'La'BlBiB'is'11 AA M leading; phy"fciaa*wt Wlkvewhat IMMid the syrup J. Florida can, tarn out if it Isput begun afaia to.build up a formidablefighting tn mire e liIS !

t -a! hrftrjWW ,Vv w._ \J'.1t' / to'11.vortk dish space la this department up in an attractive.,.." and the machine, hoping that the ,
1;.. fID put IM aaid: 4 ale is properly advertised and pushed next time she gets u opportunity to V

r Pablfikied weekly, and Watered u *Idb.not'think person atoold bwaked Once Florida syrup is taken they strike her foes will be less numerous Readers.the reiegrapw find U 0'

... MMdclase BUtter at the'posfoflcefalBtirke at morning and for the I'IUOn always 'come'again*' We are convinced ? Who can say that the alliance to

I Florida,, v', when]a': man-fall* asleep.,halt'in.tht: there is a magnificent future"for of England Franc.,.lapin and feus- advantage ,to trade with the firms re: ,.;,_

t; f shop ior repairs, 'as the railroad men the sugar industry,in .Florida '. ala win conttnoe/ithey they will'find resented in this directory. f-

B. 8."Matthews, Editor and,Owner aay. His.frame and,att 1daJ tricate This should be one of the coming Industries nothing,to- quaint'about among themselves '
.. ,1.'E.'.Robbins, --. Associate Editor, machinery is I being, overhauled and and'a profitable one'for the ? The people'of the United .......................... *
.f t'-:::,' and Bosiaeea- Manager- made reidyJor' the next'day's work. state" says' the Florida Grower.To States hope that one. '.result 'of the I 4 ..'..-.- .- .-.11111.- - -............-.-&&........&.&..-&,-&-... ....._._.......... _
r The Wear of the previous day,is being build up a LARGE industry,Mr. I,war will be a 'great reduction of I' N//Np
i'r[ FridaySeptember 25, '1914. repaired. 'Nature'is-doing that her A. F. Delbert, fee renowned sugar ,.armaments, a disbanding'I"of grand J. REAL ESTATE JtfMIMMMMMMMMMM FtJRNTnJltFURNITURE '
I lf. She knows what the; tired engineer, submits the following: armies, 'a voyage of huge fleets to ? 1 : '

J frame,needs just as she knows how to "From the'syrup point of view it is the junk': pile. Yet while they hope
eisnlon't' forget' to buy that bale of,. make the heart throb and send the more than practicable to begin with, they fear that they are hoping in ...........................

1" .'cotton.;.''- : blood coursing ,thru the veinL; .Then say' 200 acres and increase yearly to vain.-Savannah. News COMER L PEHL .. -'.-.

t'the loudest : down on a bed, surrounds it with the years, by'which time you shall ave PAY AS YOU GO. Florida Real Estate, Laid and .. and almost anything a., of"";=-,

-.r si : t- refreshing air of night, covers it with developed your own market and also might want .
i ,f The only'Uie America has for kings the soft darkness and lets the man made your brand known, the latter In Boston, awhile ago. a state official ., Timber Expert. ,. *'.I'm'HULL'S
I 'j.." is.in poker hands. rest Tired 'nature's sweet :restorer, being a very important feature of the quizzed the people who sell j 33 years Experience at Stiles t STORE.DEPA

-" time balmy, sleep, visits him, and as the business. Once the brand is known goods to learn if other folks w relaying .
It is about for the war map
h- there is nothing that like their bills and found
hours wear by his energies are renew- moves a perfect that 1183 ,-
e f 'HI agents, to get busy.e : ed, when morning breaks'and the sun- syrup and nothing that yields tradesmen were carrying on their ..........................

If anything is better than boiled light steals thru the lattice, he opens the same great profits in sugar cane books more than a million dollars of .. 1 *>

pinders it is more boiled pinders. his eyes and is himself,again. Or, if production."Yes "N. G." accounts. DRY GOODS. DENTISTS *",
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n. ,____ he is early to bed he awakes with the there is already a very great One Bostonian in every ten was re- .............. ........... ti

.... ,bly The be next the United great republic States of will Europe.possi- cock's crowing. Now who shall goo market established for known brands vealed to be a chronic, "deadbeat. ..........". ...........

I -e- ; that man's side and say to nature, and it will only be a question of making = That is, he refused to pay or to makean .

Hearst wants peace, and this is stand 'aside and 'let him get up. Hems one's brand known. However, effort to pay for value received J. W. MORGAN t DR. U. G. TIRNII',;;; -.

once the American people agree with had enough rest! 'Well,' nature there are no particularly difficult fea- There is no reason to believe that Headquarters for .. DENTIST :

him. will say, 'you can take him with an t ures about this-the right kind must the human nature in Boston is unique; Ladies Read.to.Wear Goods, Edwarda' sir=s

hour's loss of sleep, but I will charge be produced and uniformly and the we dare say there's some of the same Dry Goods Notions, Etc. Upstairs over Bofldiif Post!

What has become of the' old-fash him with an hour's loss of sleep and ,rest depends ,merely on the proper brand right here. 0Ice r

ioned people who believed in hypnotism I'll collect it out 'of, his bones and salesmen. And it's another reason why the ........................... :

-, ? nerves and his hairs and eyesight "The great markets are the southern old Cost of Living perches hightheman . .

,"Goig"; is a new e word-which means You'can't cheat me, 111 find a prop- states, generally, but specifically who pays his bills has to carry 0 CHARLEY TOM 0 DR. 0. L. BATHES' 'f
50, is Texas it being the most extraordinary the who can't Chinese Hand '
'f a person whom we instinctively distrust erty to levy on. man or won'tIt's Laundry 9 Dentist.ifione J!'
t a "A baby should sleep with its mother consumer of that commodityin not so bad helping to carry the 0 -,

'-1.l a child should be sent to bed early the entire world. Not enough syrup man who can't-that's Christianity. <> Jefferson and Thompson Sts, 0 0O 80. Hall

l iJ r. It seems ,that nobody started the and be allowed to wake of its own could be raised to supply Texas But the other thing is-wel1"-quite 4 STARKE, FLORIDA. 0 STARKE, FLORIDA .'::-
I .k: war in Europe. It just "growed," accord in the morning. As for school alone, not considering' the state of the contrary. . 44 .444 . y

like Topsy. girls, many a girl who has a dozen Arkansas, which is also an enormous There are more ways of being patriotic 3J" ..

-, ". .-' studies would be better occupied chasing consumer. than by shouldering a rifle. ..' .
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: Before the European war ends Flor- -
butterflies or training flowers or "Centres like Chicago, St Louis, One way is to pay what you owe-if ..

ida and,will tourists.be invaded by homeseekers galloping a pony or dancing. I would Cairo, Kansas City, are the great dis- you can; but if you can't to pay as THE FLORIDA Pi

!1 S prefer to have a daughter healthy, tributing points. The great grocery much as you earn as soon as you can. SSe

! 'it': '. Jack Johnson had difficulty in sweet-tempered, sensible and beautiful companies to be found all through Many folks who run into debt do so uR

I getting passports in Paris to leave without Latin, algebra and gram- Texas and Arkansas usually make heedlessly. They owe it to society, ,"'-'

France. I mar than to have one ever so advanced ong-in-advance' contracts at a cer- now of all times, to think before they :We know 1 'Y.Yare
a great many fellows who great, ,it is truer but'ahoao:
tain fixed
in her humanities with her health price. plunge. i
will be in
the least affected the fertile climate "
Governor Trammell has bought a "As for prices there two such our incompanil) i
ruined or perhaps lying under a marble are THRIFT is today a public duty.- '
bale of cotton Have you bought urn in the cemetery; and as for -Either the syrup is shipped in tank Cleveland Press. proposed war tax on 'soft drinks. our crops our banks oar '0,
Tribune -
,.; yours? man I would rather be able to earn cars to wholesalers who themselves Tampa ; our material wealth, F.oIida'a ;
j .. est asset s&uld Y'citizensbip.
What has become of the old fash- $2 a day in the vigor'and glory of pack it in quart, half gallon and gallon DIFFERENCE. the quality . perfect health than 'to draw rents tins, when the usual price is 22 The great difference between those It is rather peculiar that we never : -Madison ;Enterpzis6,
; ioned man who red flannel '
i : ? wore underwear from property for which I have ex- cents per gallon average. If packedby who succeed and those who fail does'not heard of these prophecies about the coider. ,., ," ,:=.,.

: eWhat changed the blessings of a sound con- the factory itself in tins, as muchas consist in the amount of work European war conflict until the war "f _. '';
has become of the old-fash stitution." from 50 to 75 cents can be secured. done[ by each, but in the amount of intelligent began.-Palmetto News "Newspaper Day" is Odobajj]

ioned editor who took country produce With modern equipment as much as work. Many of those who California. -Everybody isto /. '

i i on,subscription? AFTER MILITARISM WHAT? 25 gallons average high grade table fail utterly do enough to achieve Just about the time the folb up send a copy'of one of its i ious

---.- syrup can be secured per ton of cane. grand; success; but they labor at haphazard north think hey can get rid ef the papers to some friend eatsy!

Silence may be golden, but gold is t have records of heavy mills gettingas building up with one hand, ice-man, here comes the coal man to state, to spreid! its fame and ion

not silent. It makes more fuss in the Suppose German militarism crush much as 28. The best colors and only to tear down with the other. remind them of winter's griefs. Miami its::: popu1atio>l. In the upbaJistf]
ed and crushed it must be what will '
world ,
than any one thing. quality are produced at 25 gallonsper They do not grasp circumstances and Metropolis a state the newspapers are 2s III
- Europe is mobilizing millions of ton. The higher results entail turn them into opportunities. They maidens. If,the newspapers eat JI
broad liberalism in England and of "
soldiers and Uncle Sam is mobilizing much chemical clarification, owing to have no faculty for,turning honest defeats The English language may' be the the work ti job is hopelBanner. ) )
ascendantthat '
France will be soon in the '' .
hardest to learn, but we'll be hanged '! :
fiber and impurities secured the into telling victories. With a- \.. *
& by \
} millions of school children. : ...."
the oppressed races of Eu- ,
f many if : 1
Believe it
S we Some of the :
namesin -
e higher pressure at the mills. I strong- bility enough and time in abundancethe "
s.f Middlemen and retail dealers are rope will be given back their identety Iy advocate a modern syrup mill" warp and woof of success-they the war news of_ today__ un. arenast___ __ It would interesting; to-lor In

responsible for many things for and their racial independence, perhaps --.. are forever throwing back and forthan pronunciation.\ -Palmetto News the liquor interests would erpMait

which the trusts are cussed. united together in a common THE GHOST OF NAPOLEON empty shuttle and.tfie': real wb-of fact that en list of signers to o petition
league patterned after the United No wonder that the British '
life is never woven. women asking :for the estabMi!, nt
i ; What has,become of .the old-fash States of America. want to go to war; the Frencft wom- a saloon in 'Plant City, tfierewi
: coned people, who saw the devil and This is the end we all hope for, and Militarism in Europe is going to diehard It is contended that at 10 cents: a en are kissing their husbands we twenty-two niunes) listed ty'

.all his imps.en their deathbeds? it is the end for which as a nation, Complete success for the allied pound many business firms and individuals mean the British women's, husbands. Mark Folk who cannot sip,

: e we must be prepared if necessary to armies may cause a reduction of armament can afford to buy a' bale or Tampa Timei. believers Si tit
T names are great
War: may be all that Sherman said and put a check on the inter
exert our utmost energy to bring more of cotton, and it would not take trine of "pe sonal liberty"MetropelZs. *-,
it was, but the average boy would national rivalry in armies and fleets
about The danger that is to be ong tc dispose of ,the surplus in this Florida beats the world* for iealth. ?
rather go to war than to to school but there are evidences that the ; \
guarded against is the probability of same way. This would give the growersa Not only her people, but even the J'- '.b

I ,. Many people will read an article the war being followed, as in the Balkans pride in great hosts of uniformedmarching chance and start the wheels of com rats refuse to receive infection. Nota A week af r the Mulberry :-

on physical culture and think the by another war between the men, the same theory thata merce to moving 'again, not only in single sick one has been found in suspended it is said a sops.trta:

: have .taken enough exercise for ysuccessful allies quarreling among nation's best protection and the best the south, but in:she north and east the state since the plagueseare started of people,left''that town, and u
., month. themselves for the booty. guarantee of peace in the longrun is 'as welt What helps: one section of : Tampa Times; train pulled atay from the depot .

c Sj It may be necessary for the United a fine fighting force will still existt the, country helps all sectaions. commenced singing! that beantifthymnr >

,,. t We have a suspicion that the war States at the crucial time to take an is not surprising in the moment of : The Tampa Tribune says international GoABe With You 'ZSII
> is less responsible for the french successes that the thoughts "The melancholy.dqii" have come, y
recent increase active-aggressive part for the sake lying is doomed From reading Meet Again.* When the only
in the price of foodstuffs. than of humanity in the remaking of Eu. of the Froich: people go back to the The saddest of the year, the conflicting war newS one- m a town suspends for lade of
the dealers. ** greatest general in the world and When it's too hot for: whiskey ,
would the conclusion that it
I rope. come to tronage it is time for recl'btoodedS
Ii i It would be .immensely difficult, dwell upon the glory won by his armor straight was still able to sit up and takenourishment pie to shale; the dust of thai .
The common people are caught going however for Presidet Wilson to take France and forget the: trail of And too durnei: cold for lager ', -
-Orlando- Sentinel Waucfinla Advoofc
from their fe I and coming by a,war. They haveto any effective, strong action unless he blood and ruin he left behind! him. beer." ",.
I fight the battles and then have to -
A French officer said the other .
foot the bills.fJ could feel that the country as a whole when day The Tampa Times conceded'thaiLeacK The Chicago News believes that of Money: ra poaltry Of course tto
was behind him. It is important, Gen. Joffre first claimed a great thetwo the UnitedStates how. to *
,I I e very gave the Tampa ,Tribune an greatest things is. But you raust knew |
The advantage of being among therefore, that the public should be victory, "It is'our revenge for 1814. jxcelTent editorial page ,during the has to be thankful for the first it out For years the> editor of fie

strangers is that you have no enemies fully informed as to the real present And then he added wistfully, "If only" absence of Lambrfght Wasthat intended is the Atlantic Ocean and the otherone soap wrapper';old his readers lax&
and the drawback is that you existing condition in Europe, and Emperor were here today. as a bouquet for Leach or a is the Pacific Ocean. St Peters- raise poultry'for profit Hewsi_ .
if Jj have no friends. therefore I wish to commend the cannot forget Napoleon. Evenin i brickbat LamfirightT Burg Times. sanguine- than he finally had,COllI:1

World for its articles by Mr. Wells the days of humdrum peace his --.- dente in- his o.udope; He started! J\

Discovering a mistake in a news and for its splendid strong minded name, is one to conjure with. The ?he mail order catalogue nuisance The highly cultured European arm chicken ranch+a big one. ,He 1J;!

paper is no big stunt, but find a news editorials on the war situation. blood runs faster when the mind re- ought to be suppressed. Catalogues ies don't line prisoners up against thewall there's money:'in poultry He shill,b f

Jr\ paper without a mistake and you have I wish to suggest that it would ma- calls Austerlitz and its sun. Gen Jof- tempt a woman to buy dozens of and shoot them, as the Mexicansdid. about a thousand dollars in.jt,1 t

done something. terially help us'to understand the real fro: is said to have absolute faith in things she doesnot need and would They merely destroy an their would like fir some other poalt1l+

situation"if you could have prepared his guiding star. How like Napoleonthat not think of if ft were nt for the caalogue buildings and crops and starve theirvictims farmer (on paper) to show him t.. Ito

2.r A Yankee homeseeker who recently and print in the World a large map is! The spirit of the great com- i to death gradually.Suwannee get it out Yes, there'spoultry. monel
arrived here likes boiled pindersso i
mander still lives in
of Europe showing the different ra Democrat; Zolfo Springs Troth..
t tIt
well that he he is going to It is'not nowadays for
says cial divisions, drawn without any ref action, and it would not be Surprising necessary -
plant some next year. erence to the present artificial, sword- if before this war is over a farmers to move to town to enjoytown :iColquitt county, Georgia, will mar you are ; ired of talking 'j1
comforts. Town comforts
such '
drawn national boundary lines. These superstitious' person will spread the ket 26,000 hogs this year, worth the war in Main English' you ,* i
The buy a-bale of cotton movement report that he had been glimpsed as telephones, waterworks, screenheating ,
national boundary lines could also be on $500,000. When all Georgia and practice on the;following *:j
has grown to enormous propor shown on the same map in dotted the field of battle of 1914, riding on and lighting'systems, can be Florida do stunts like that they willno tions in foreign languages: i
tions. President Wilson's purchase of his moved to the count;,.
lines, to illustrate their inconsisten white charger, with his cocked.. S longer be begging anybody to (English); Guerre, (French);,Kri | J

.. a bale gave the movement a great im cies with the racial divisions. If you hat firm on his brow and his eyes.watching Prince Joachim, the Kaiser's son, "buy-a-bale.Miami Metropolis. (German); Voyna, (Russian); ]

petalr could have such a racial map of Europe the charges of the descendants praised God for being wounded while (Hungarian); Guerra, (Italian); I

When e prepared by some eminent au cf the men he led in the greatdays fighting the battles of his country. They say that the price of an oyster harbee, (Turkif.h); Wojna,. (Yo _
r a man to the postofficeand
goes of his
thority on the European races, it glory. He had occasion to rejoice, for he stew is going to be fortycents Sen Fo, (Japanese); H-, (8*
receives mail he
feels himself
no would add very largely to its instructive ;If France takes revenge for 1814, might have been killed, as were his when the season opens, all on accountof man). Orlando Sentinel
e' shrinking in size, but when he getsan how A'Florida
1815? In the latter
value.-Harold Rowntree, in Die w case three brothers. the war in Europe. Well, the rea '
k.. armful he thinks he weighs 400 France would have to "get even" with .
York World. wonte*
} son for it is just as good as that now produces a
pounds. Great Britain, for it was Wellington's I The 'war in Europe ought to' be in Its fnjS
which caused the raise the price of supply of things to eat. .
infantry squares that made the vic called the "Hundred Years War" It
a barrel of grists.-Tampa Times. and vegetables' in demand in J*
Catarrh Cannot Be Cored
Miss Mabel Choate has ,suggests tory of Waterloo possible. The present took 44 years to get ready for it and --.l-J ery state in'tb.. union. Its fished fits ..

.; that on Sunday, October 4, the day; with cannot LOCAL reach the APPLICATIONS.or' of the disease.u they Catarrh ; war may be a revenge of the war it will take 56 years to recover from President Wilson,' the level-headed ,. farm produts are shipped to l
set apart for prayer for peace, that la a. blood constitutional dlaeaaa, of 1870, but it is too late now to"take the effects of it. '
collections be taken in all the chartes hand in order to euro It you must take Internal slipped a cog when he failed to recommend parts of the wuntry. But TW&could
for that '
for the Red Cross. remedies. Haifa Catarrh Cure is revenge something happen Dyspeptics have to congress to raise additionalrevenue produce much, more for 13!1
ft taken Internally and acts directly upon a century Yet the fact' that an annoying habi
1 the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall. ago. a of lecturing healthy people by putting a tax on the it.. One item that is open for a g
< Catarrh Cure la not a Quack medicine. It portion of the French people at leas on the
f The Telegraph has received a handsome was prescribed by one of the beat ph,. look the matter of diet If dyspeptics know so "thrilling ,experiences" of returned development isthe: poultry boaiaafl
aldana In this country for yean and II upon present war as the opportunity Americans and the of the There is' state better adapted
much aboutdiet predictions no
memorial to M.
Henry Flaglerin why are they
\\1! a regular prescription. It is composed 01 to pay off some old scores dyspeptics *
in the shape of a book.>> neatly bound I the be! tonlca known combined with the ? "world-coming-to-end" prophets., this industry. 'It is an industry !
beat blood that they believe large '
purifiers acting directly on theI a army
i in black which contains Mr. Flagler'sphotograph I rocoua surfaces. The perfect eombbsa.oUoza'of and S Jasper News. brines handson/e returns, if '
} : ,a biographical sketch, the two Ingredienta la what pro a strong navy are essential to Emperor William is quoted as say gently conlucte5 and handled .
'i ducea such wonderful results In safeguard their future.
i curing I They look in
? that he will come to America in The Starke in short business basis. ; not add P "
the funeral address and newspaper catarrh. Send for testimonials free. ''hack Telegraph a ; Why .
."r I" J. CHENEY CO.. Props Toledo. 0 over a long series of wars and "asa he loses out fa Europe. A
comments wise of.Flor
upon his life and achieve' nar&graph last week said that Florida's try to the inspiring total
Bold fomt the
f S by Drusstafs.talc 'ZSe.I misery of them all, remem onclusion. To '
ments. I teksE.la1ealllPulataeasouttpaa.ra be an American is greatest assets were her 'fertilesoil contribution to the sustenance of *
bering only the victory or defeat eater than to be an .
,4-" emperor. and incomparable climate. These nation?-Tampa Tribunet '
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.f1,*FI Bits of'/LocaI' >A window iuigley Lumber screens 'and at 10,Supply cents Co.each.- '.- II fce: is no hothouse tnrfhok of & .jI

; American fence. If quality and not

b.1: + Information JLriNtf quantity counts, you will buy American -

t Jones.fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. II it i vdofins 4Obsiy1atikdccouutj ,

C.rtearltitOsr Awl *.sWf ttettrLt '
.:J; :, ..MsViflsi c....MIl r.... tA.1 :Rme'alone! will'dolhcu'crH.tyier&} :norupiA hmnsit Il I 4

;t .. our For ladies the white next few shoes days at absolute we will cost sell --':lb growth b acaimulaliofu: happy) ln& 6.is the 'mart'r 11 t ,

s -. and this is the time to buy white who! can say he owes no man anything. 3jappier stiil J t5 ; !

WFor! dry goodL viton.s : I I I Mr. P. W. Willis, of,WilliSton, vis.. shoes. Hull's Department Store. r the_titan.who can prouMij $(111"1 have money in_ /'#, I
ited his brother'Mr. B. C. Willis last i .. '
New fall goods arriving daily at Friday. The ladies of Starke and Bradford the Qnk.1 I I.

StamP'a county are invited to attend Mrs. B.B. -
4.d. .
Mrs. E. T. Campbell returned last Hopson's millinery opening Friday f

h ik LADIES-Wizard mops. Jones I Friday from a visit with friends in and Saturday, October 2 and 3.. I

),":ti t'J,II,.,, race' ..'.a-..__- Lawtey.' Misses Jeannette Matthews and ia1J iiE4M 1iJJ {

'1 Yr < Your favorite boX paper and tab- .ucile Freeman left Tuesday for Tallahassee .
Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Burn-
JPy, 'jettMorgan.. sed Saturday morning, September 19, where they will attend the ,
Florida State College for Women. t
life' American wire at Hull's Depart- a boy.

a:\r-nient; Store. I Miss Inez Anderson visited relatives -
f Hi. Miss Selma Johns is visiting relatives in Starke one day last week
:q) New: fall goods constantly,arriving and friends in Brooksville this while on her way to Tallahassee to HARDWARE

||i IJ! ., at Morgan's. week.' attend the Florida State College for

i' Be sure to look for remnants at Mesdames B. L. and A. M. Blan- Women. Announcement

*|r'; ? *#''Stamp's Saturday. chard*, of Lawtey were visitors to Mr. E. K. Perryman, of Atlanta .

t I! .r i" t'IM Mr.. H. H. Benton is in Tampa on Starke Monday.. spent Monday and Tuesday with his To The Trade: .

\\V\: Business this week.. Miss Susie Darby left Thursday for sister, Mrs. L. A. Davis Jr. Mr. 1 Stfcves : 1

4: 'k--- New Smyrna, where she will teach Perryman was on his way to Palm Tinware, V r
it! Sages, 50 cents, $1.00, ?1.25good Beach. d "V 4 *
school this winter. Ranges Sash Doors
: b- ftlue.1organ.1j' ;, 1

Mr. B. R. Witkovski is closing out Miss Ruth Berry visited' Miss Lucite \ Blinds, Paints, Oils, Putty, ;
;t3: U ;;,U. D.' Miner was a visitor to Freeman Monday, while on her
of and will
his stock groceries engagein I Farming follows
implements as ,
Jacksonville Thursday. way to Tallahassee, where she will
other business. A CordiallnvitatioD is Extended to
; attend the Florida State College for Plows,
'F. +1' 'J--a reminder:-School books t
J : Full line of blank books from 10 Women. *,
; CASH. Morgan. You to Visit My Store on Disc Harrows I !
mean ,
; .
cent memorandum to 500 page led- 1 ,
f< '', Mr: and Mrs. M P. Sullivan, of Stalk Cutters Spring I i ;
J .,New goods coming every day.Han's gers.-Morgan. "
'f I Department Store. South Jacksonville, are visiting their Friday and Saturday Tooth Peg Tooth' nd Shovel '
School shoes for boys and girls, father, Elder James E. Black at his ,

.Mr., B. C.' Willis was. a visitor to high and low cut, ask to see them. home.onSouth'stret ( Cultivators, Mowing Machines :i

II', :Jacksonville. Sunday. Hull's Department Store. Corn and Fertilizer.
f' Mrs. Charles Starling, of Tampa, October 2.3 1914To Distributor S ,

i 2. Mrs. B. C. Willis is visiting her I The W. C. T. U. will meet next who was visiting her parents, Mr. and Hay Rakes, Hay Presses Hai Y J
*:i; :. parents in Jacksonville. Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in Mrs. Silas Kite was called home on

<_t ; the Methodist church.Lane's ,- Monday by a telegram -announcing Inspect the Ties, Wagons, Gats',Engines t
Mr. R. E. Hodges made a businesstrip .
1t l' -- the serious illness of her husband. Pumps, Irrigating Plants I :1
.s to Jacksonville Thursday.I' fall millinery announcement -

will be found elsewhere in this All grades of lumber, sash, doors, New Fall Millinery Traction Engine .1'\ \ : "I
Mr. Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was I I
I issue of the Tefegraph.Messrs. paints, and in fact, everything' for Grist pis :
in Starke business Tuesday.
: on building and improving your home, to 1 11 y : '

I Mr. R. B. .Rosier of Raiford, was W. W. Moore and J. J. be had at the Quigley Lumber & I, Dress Patterns Plumbing, Electric Wiring ": t
Blackwelder of Lulu in Starkeon ,
were ,
in Starke on business Saturday. business Thursday. Supply. Co. Building and General Con,, :

Mrs. Julia Bohannon, of Lawtey The S. Sternberg store is chang- S and trading -- Automobile f
Mr Davis of Notions i
Bruce Tampa, spent
was a visitor to Starke Saturday. ing its location'this week. The busi- 5
U :.1 Tires and %\ p
Sunday here with his parents, Mr ness will be conducted hereafter in, Tilbes. ; i
I : Hiss Elsie Schneider is spending and Mrs. W. E. Davis. '
the Dover block, one door west ofStump's I I Lumber '- Shingles ; l
.the week at her home in Ocala. .
i Louis Witkovski returned home on store. ., !

, Mr. M. J. Sapp, of New River, was Friday from a visit of two or three -
Miss Inez
Sparkman is visiting relatives -
'in Starke business weeks in Anderson S. C. DeWitt C
, on Monday. < in Plant City. She was ac- Lan Jones f

When you want goad.'sound corn, Ask to -see those children's shoes. companied to that city by Miss Alma Starke e Florida ,

call on us. Hull's Department Store. I There will be a special counter. Hull' Sparkman, who had been visiting relathfcs -V "
Department Store. in Starke for several weeks. Starke Florida j
i Mr. E. P. Duncan of Jacksonville, I I
was in Starke on business Monday. ':Mrs. B. B. Hopson will have her Mr. Wallace Mills has been actingas The city-and county officials' have S

t fall millinery opening on Friday aid express messenger on the Wannee discovered the lairs' of:Several ,blind ;
Fan waists just opened. ,,Pleased to the wooden one. The room next door, history the institution and that the 'is "
Saturday October 2 and 3. branch for a week or two. during the tigers and an effort being made to
; used by the Johns Furniture Company outlook for a champion football team
have inspect' them.-Morgan.
you absence of Messenger Roundtree. His stop the sale of liquor .Starke. Two
[! fI ,Mr. 'J..L. Underhill was a visitor Mr. W..R. Stewart and J. Tison, of brother, Mr. J. B. Mills, is now delivering is undergoing the same, trans- is good. men are under bond for,:;ithis offense. :}
formation. and im-
ii Yulee, visited their pastor, [Elder J. express matter. These.changes One place was raided Saturday,night
h to Gainesville Saturday and Sunday. E. Black, last Sunday.Mr. provements will add much to the appearance Senator and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and and twelve pints of'whiskey were ., x

; doses will break ,Mr. E. W. Black, the valued fore- of the block'in which these little daughter arrived home Wednes- ".
1 5 or g ggg any found and confiscated, but there.was
'* me of Fever or lulls. Price: 25e. Fred F. Stump has return* man of the Tampa Foundry and Ma- buildings are located.Mr. day from Hendersonville, N. C, no evidence to connect the owner of f

,- .; from the northern markets, where he chine Shops, of Tampa, is visitinghis where they spent a short vacation the, place with thq saleaf.: the stuff i ;

-S Fresh clean groceries every week. bought a full line of fall goods. father, Elder James E. Black, who L. A. Wynn, of Hampton, who with lire.: M.: E. Edwards, who re- no arrest was;' ,made: One man rand ..f1became'
I '1' Try them. Hull's Department Store. has been ill at his home on South recently purchased the Groff property turned with them to her home in Law-
I : Mrs. B. B. Hopson's millinery open- so hilarious. Saturday., night 'ci, f
i Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. ing will take place on Friday and Saturday street. on Pine street, moved his family tey. that he started to shoot'tip the. town. 1

'ii October 2 and 3. Thirty pieces Amoskeag ginghams, here Monday. Mr. Wynn was attrac- Friends received'invi He was promptly taken into custody '
We shall our ted to Starke by our educational ad- -
open Une of coats andladies' .
and had to explain matters in police ,
it a- suits about October 10 to 15. Prof. and Mrs. A. D. Kean have also tole-du-nords, going at 10 cents. vantages.W. tations to the marriage of Miss Thel-
:i! Morgan. rented the J. T. Wills homestead and These are 12 1-2 cent values, but a ma Annie Johns, daughter of Mrs. court Monday morning.. *, :i :
i will fortunate purchase from the great H. look- A. M. Petit, of Alachua, and .Mr. .,
i it this winter. A. Crosby of Starke was
: occupy B. Claffin Receiver's Sale +++++++++++++++*+++
: Floor -just what you have been enables us ing after business matters in this Aquilla J. Williams, which will take + : + '

'1 wantingj-Quigley Lumber & Supply Shoes for ladies satin, gun metal, to save you money on them.-Mor- city Monday. Mr. Crosby has for a place in the First Baptist Church at + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. I +, i

'! Company. patent leather, tan, any color. Hull's gan. or more operated a crosstie bus Alachua on Tuesday morning, October + f
Department Store. year 6 at 11:30 o'clock. +++++++++**+++++*. +. i n
\ t See us for galvanized corrugated Mrs. Ella Johnson has opened up iness in the vicinity of Fairbanks and ..; "

', iron :roofing. Hull's Department You are cordially invited to attend a' dressmaking 'establishment in the is a frequent visitor here.-Gaines- The cane crop in this section this WANTED::-All persons who have ,

'I''I'I Store. Lane's fall millinery opening on Fri- store of Stump's and will be pleasedfor ville Sun. year is one of the largest known for hay to bale to apply to G. M. Ben- ;

: day and Saturday October 2 and 3. the ladies wanting .sewing doneto several years and the quality is ex- nett, Route 3, Starke Fla. 944t. "
f A carload of wire field fencing at call and see her. Satisfaction Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Phillips, of ',
attractive prices. Quigley Lumber A 5 or g doses 666 will break any Gainesville, visited Mrs. H. F. Phil- ceptionally good. Cane chewing is i FOR SALE.-A few second-hand
guaranteed. the order of the and
! Supply Co. case of Fever or Chills. Price 25e. : lips and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Phillips day cane quidsare shovels, axes mattocks' wheelbarrows -
scattered around more plentifully and tents. :G. C. Livingston, ,
Never before heard of such a thing Sunday. Mrs. Phillips left for Fer- '
Mr. J. B. Alexander, of Hampton, Embroideries at Leviton's.See -On Saturday we will cuts the bands nandina, where she will visit relativesfor than confetti after a carnicaL Mr.J. Starke, Fla. .?. 9-4-4t ,
transacted : M.: Truby shipped a carload of cane f
1 business in Starke Thurs.
: the latest creations in millineryat holding 2000 yards of 36 inch percalesand a week. this week. WANTED-All persons having can-

day.Mr. Mrs B B. Hopson's fall opening, 27 inch ginghams at 8 cents per Miss Claudia Ambrose, of Waldo, cer to write to W. R. Dixon, Bos- I
H. L Friday and yard Get your:. share at Jay S. Among the late arrivals in the cityis
Gray of Gainesville, Saturday, October 2 and visited friends in Starke Monday. tick, Fla. Cure guaranteed in 15 c.
was .in Starfe on .business. Wednes- 3. Brown. Miss Ambrose was at one time a R. Ray White, of Starke, who will days. ""* 9-25-lt ,: {"
resume his studies in the college of ,
.The families of Matthews teacher in the Starke school. She :
Mr. Major E. S.
day.Lane's Markley Johns left this week FOR SALE Horse
law, University of Florida, when the Hackney Wagon,
for Gainesville and Mr. B. R. Witkovski held a now has the position of principal of "
fall millinery opening 'takes where he will continue institution next week. Mr. Tison & Jones open top buggy and -
place.Friday .and Saturday October his law studies at the Universityof picnic at Kingsley lake Thursday in the primary department of the High- White has opens a large circle of friends 4 plows. Bargain if-sold soon. R.
IudS. Florida. honor of their guests, Mrs. Felix D. way school of Jacksonville.
here and they are glad to welcome L. Mott, Starke, .Fla.. 9-25-1t.
Witkovski and son, Howard, of Chatham
Mr. L. Thurston is Do not I I Sheriff S..B. Denmark received the him back to Gainesville.-Gainesville
making a business forget those $15.00 blue Ontario, Canada. WANTED-Strawberry plants., 'Will -1. '
trip this week to the surrounding serge suits, they are the best that news Monday morning of the deathof Sun. buy in any quantity. Bring them :: .
towns. can: be bought for that price. Hull's Charlie Tom, who came here from his half-brother Mr. J.' B. Denmark Hon. W. N. heats, of Tallahassee, any day. Hull's Department Store.
Department Store. Perry a short time ago in search ofa at his home in Baker county.Mr. .
.. Mr. C. B. George and sister of location for a Chinese hand laundry Denmark made arrangements at State Superintendent of Public Instruction FOR SALE-Jersey cow Will be" ':

wandmla, were visitors to'Starke on Visit Lane's store on Friday and returned to Starke Saturday and will once to attend the funeral.' was a visitor to our city fresh in 30 days. 0.. : Gardiner, J
.Konda Sunday. He came to take part in the .
Saturday, October 2 and 3, and inspect have his laundry in operation in the Starke, Fla. 1 9251t. ,:: i
the KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEMFor opening exervices of the Starke ,
new fall millinery, dress of few *
Get your share of 8 cent dress patterns and notions. course a days. home, stores and all public build school, but the exorcises were post- NOTICE OF GUAlDIU'S:SALE. j !
geode bargains Saturday -new. goods Mr. Edwin Freeman left Mondayfor ings. Requires no running water, cesspool poned a week because the new school Thirty Hon.dayS after date, hereof."I will apply t
to the Geo. A. Gardiner cjoanty judge
-Jay S. Brown. We are ,now having the pleasant Gainesville to attend the Univer- or sewer connection.h Approved : building was not ready for use. +f Bradford county, Florida for-an order to ;

days and cool nights that are charac- sity of Florida. His brother, Henry, by Boards of Health. Costs less than ell at,private use th*; ndivt4ed one-third .' '.I
.' Mrs. Jas. J. Clark, of Wilson N. Misses Marie Whitney and,Content interest each of Wilte and ctrl Andrews J..
teristic of For minor heir of W. T. AAClrrn-,'deeeaed, in .,,
fall '
C: early weather in has been at the university for a cess pool or sewerage systems.
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Florida. Hardee, who have been'visiting Mrs.L. and to the following dmribed-lands situate
F. Stump. week, where he is being coached fora sale by the Quigley Lumber A Sup- in Bradford county, Florida and';described asfollows ='
A. Davis, Jr., returned to Fernan- to-wit: ; .,
Our place on the football team. ply Co. Cdnunenee. where pub'.te road',crosses line
orders were placed dina last Saturday. Little Miss Ruby
the ,
Rev. Smith Hardin, of Palatka lividinff townthpa four and fiv.,'nni north p
dding elder of pre- war consequently our prices are not The room occupied by A. M.: Dar- Mr. R. A. Green, of New River whois Davis accompanied them to Fernan- long said road to nortnveit earner of south

Sunday evening this'diatrietI at .the preached affected thereby. That's one time, I by's grocery store now has a hand- attending: the University of Floridaat dina., where die will visit her aunt half ait no of lot feet four, thence seeUoc Booth thirty-Jour to Kid township thence ,s'

church and htld Methodist when early buying has benefitted our some and modern front. The floor Gainesville writes us that the university Mrs. C. J. Davis. She will visit her, .lections'in*. thenre thirty-three west to and poiat thirty-four of-hdal, U.town-in ,

... on Monday. quarterly conference' customers equally with ourselves has teen,lowered to the level of the opened this year with th g grandmother, Mrs. L. A.. Davis, of h'p four, sooth of rings twenty east.VZBG& 4 t '

Morgan. sidewalk and a cement floor replaces largest enrollment of students in the Crandall before returning home. d-- Gnardiaafor! ANDREWS, aaid minor.
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r* ':THE, ,BRADFORDl COUNTY.TELEGRAPa, Gridtutwol.. .t ,' ..3
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S RAILROAD *-\\ .5 .;- '
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:: !committee of rajboad .' }f pI' -;. ..
; presidents, '
I I. Very few tillers of the soil have r :

..V\. Fort Smith;:Ark, Sept, ..-It 'ijreported ;;headed by:Mr. Frank Tnunbull, has., All the great powers of Europe haviaome "any idea of the Vast now'of money I I '.,: ;.;i ) (f

*,.- that, the tracks of the Arkan*presented: to President Wilson a brief reward,, for conspicuous'valo that are:fyeuly;spent-by'tkpeople q": : 'ii,

sas Southern Railway Company, an o| the difficulties confronting the rail, and bravery,on the field of battle; and t of the United States tor imported I WE WILL FAY tI!

are to be taken up'and sold for scrap roads brought on by the European' although the plain bronze Victoria. medicinal herbs, and the question naturally '. ,

Iron. The Federal (Court ordered the war; ThePresident, in' torn, has Cross-of which m&DJ'will doubtl ese' I arises, Y"DGt grow these J 5: .'!:#' 1'.ji

:'receivers ;to discontinue namingtrains transmitted' the memoranda :to the be-won during the present campaign I herbs in Florida?" Last year the importation .,.p"

on the road last:June as'there American people, directing attention --is the youngest of such decorati,I of'drags"amounted to*$18,- ; 'i1

.*', was no way of taking Care of the deficit to the extraordinary 'emergency' now only dating back to the Crimean war 000,000.. Many of these' vegetable ::.'. I\;::.;i.'*
resulting from its operation. This confronting the railroads' in 1856, it is the most valued possession drugs are simple weeds and many of

; solution of the railroad deficit problem The railroads are innocent bystanders in many a home in England today them grow.to a greater, or lesser,extent The Best Prices For j.

LA bear;one an4'authoritatiftJr'dem- in this:ward they,have : The Austrian'cross. ;..on the other wild in the fields, woods and ** "'- '

otitraies'Uncle Sam's'method of deal? been more severely wounded than any handthe'old it. fence corners and considered. 'a Sea Island Cotton and il

s inf with business problems_as relatesto other industry, for railroad property, A similar reward in Germany is the i nuisance. It seems strange indeed V .. a

I railroads'. although privately owned, is devotedto Iron Cross instituted by the EmperorFrederick that a country so,varied in soils and Will Make You Thee
i Urice while -
.publi and the government William:: III of :Prussia in climatic conditions should go to the

JEWS IN' .ALL THE ARMIES.. makes the rates and requires the year 1813.; Russia gives as a dec foreign countries for its supply Closest DJ. !l.t'

expenditures, it does not guarantee oration.to its heroic soldiers the cross that which can be profitably grown Prices on

II |In the embattled armies of Europe receipts.The of'St:. George, which WU'.founded,by here. 1

.r are hundreds of thousands of Jews, farmers suffer for lack of mar- the famous Empress Catherine IIi in It may be possible that to become Goods and Groceries !

who will, many of them, face* one an- ket and business stagnates by the, the 'year 1769, and while the Victoria a good herb grower there would be .

other in battle for races not akin to closing of foreign ports, but the warehouse Cross is of bronze, and the Iron Crossas many difficulties to overcome But pa r

them in origin or ideals, says_a wri- and the bank vault will''preserve its name implies, of iron.(which is tience and perseverance would finally ,

ter in the Detroit Free Press. their property from destruction edged with silver), the Russian orderis win the battle. The Shaker Bave

great'powers of continental Europe Brook, must run on and on and St. George killing the dragon. In with great success and they always A. D.

involves far be ascertained cannot resort to any such expediency. Austria have market for their ANDREWSMERCANTILE
as as can again, the cross is of gold, a products. It

, the following number of Jews in to protect their interests. I and was instituted in the year *757 by would seem that in this southern

the various regular armies. I the Empress Marie Theressa soon after country, with.climatic conditions( all CO.

; j Russia ____._______________ 259,000 WAR TAX $100,000,000Washington 'her accession to the throne. It in favor of the production ..of the 4

t, I Germany ------------------ 6,150 bears the. same inscription as the larger part of these plants, that herbfanning RAIFORD,. FLAt

I Austria' _________._________ 52,000France D. C., Sept. 24.-An British Victoria Cross ours havingin would be more profitable- ,

P, ____________________ 10,000 effort is being made by Congress to English "For Valor" and theirs in this section than in the colder regions

Bulgaria __________________ '4.500 levy a war tax of $100,000,000 to Latin the word "Fortitudini." where-climatic conditions are against

; Italy 2,000 make up the deficit in imports' due to The order of the Legion of Honor, long seasons. Many of these drug

e I, Holland ______-- _______.-___ 7,000 the European war. It is proposedthat which is the reward in France, was plants would have twelve full monthsto

Belgium ___n______________ 1,000 the freight shipments bear $65- instituted by the great Napoleon, and grow against four or five months in

Servia '-._ ____________ 700 the northern latitiudes.
-- -- 000,000 and beer 35000000. The he decreed that every soldier who was IHENIJER IOU NEED 1.;

t [ransportation companies are used decorated with the honor should have The question to be solved is whit .

Total ___________________ 333,350If the additional distinction of being of the almost numberless drug '
merely as a collection agency of the en pfantswnI

If the mobilization extends to Turkey fund and are to be compensated for titled to receive a military salute succeed best in a tropical or A [ TONIC TAKE C RIU'i'

i: ;I : Roumania, and soon, the total their services. Beer is to bear an ad- from officers, non-commissioned officers semi-tropical country CHQIAL

will approach 400,000.or the equiva- ditiondl tax of fifty cents per barrel and private soldiers. Raymond G. Carroll in the Country ,.."
: lent of 4 per cent of all the Jews inEurope. Gentleman, has taken this "'-
and the manufacturers of domestic up mat The Old Standard Grove's Tastelesschill
A s i The highest ranking officer wines also come in for a share of the FLORIDA MAY GAIN. ter and has given some valuable information Valuable General : Tonic isEq uaaf,.
as a Tonic because -:
1* among the Jews is General Otto- tax burden.As in'regard to a large number Acts on.theLivcr\

linghi of the Italian army, who has an additional relief for war con- I. Of twelve great factories in the of these drug roots where eith'erthe Drives Out;Malaria, Enriches the BIbod Rod Builds t&,..,

held the portfolio of Minister vf Wart ditions, .Senate leaders announce that United States, eleven lave been purchasing roots, seed, bark or leaves,have the Whole System. F Grown People and Children, ;-

France alone has ten Jewish general the Rivers and Harbors appropriationbill all their silica for the manu. a cash value. Here are some of then: I %_

officers. I probably be reduced 25000000. facture of fine art ware, lenses and: Arnica, 20 to 35 cents per pound Yon know what you.are taking when yon take Q W.Tasteless' etfll.TgaifcS:

The immediate result of the war I expensive mirrors in France. It has I ,Arconite, 10 to 12 cents per poun d. U the formula is printed au every label showing teat it contains: thrwell kaetfcf
of the allies and that tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is avstiosg'u the
Turkey was Belladonna, 25 to 45 cents stsoageat Wtte
I MARKETING COTTON. been brought over as,ballast by ships per tonic and is in Tasteless Fonn. It ?
has no equal MilaVla
Servia which had Jewish Chills and '
; a popula- pound. Few,:;r
returning light and the expense for Weakness, general debility and loss rf
appetite. G *a life and rigor Naltl .\
tion received increase
numbering 7,000, an The announcement that the businessmen transportation was so small that the Buchu, $1.25 to $1.60 per pound Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without

". of 10,000 Jews,.who had previously and farmers are organizing in an Florida: silica:ould not be marketed. Buckthorn to 10 cents per p ord. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to attics pargbf.tt&t.*

been Turkish subjects. effort to finance the Southern cotton There is much fine silica in Flor Burdock, 6 to 12 cents per pound. purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sore Appetizer. A Complete'Strengthened&

I Prior to the war the Servian Jews crop through the European crisis is ida. One bed 'near Lake Butler ,in Cazmabis, $1.45 to $1.75 per pound. No family should be without it. Guaranteed bjryour' Druggist. We mean h.'$&. :,
S formed an insignificant minority. Of Camomile 15 to 22 cents "'! ";
one of the most important events Pinellas county has been tested ex per pound. -- _,
k these Jews 5,600 were\ residents of ,Fennel, Iff to 22 cents pound.
that has shown up on the industrial haustively and proved of higher gradethan per '
Belgrade, and were in the main pros Golden 'Seal THE GREAT BLOOp PURIFIER:
horizon for many years. There have that imported from France. $4.75 to $5.50' per :
perous. The 10,000 Jews, who then pound A successful remedy for Ebeuriatism,Hood Poison: '
been numerous plans out of Some months ago when investigation ,
sprung :
came' under. Servian rule are mostly I I this great problem whereby the farmer was made, this grade of soEca Larkspur, 25 to 35 cents per pound. P P P' and all Blood Diseases. A wonderful took for both: .
and en.Has been
Uskub men wo manufactured
residents of Monastir, and I for the ,
Lovage 25 to 70 cents
could chase the bear to his den at'so brought an offer of$2.10 per ton. Expense per pound. past 35 years. At all Druggist, 31CO. 'z
Itchip. l'
much per chase, but the bear always of mining, handling and freight Peppermint 16 to 40 cents*,per F. V. UPPMAN CO. Ga.-
Several hundred Servian Jews serv- Savannah :,
escaped, and the farmer was charges, even in cargo lots ate up poranL
ed with the colors, the percentage 10, usually caught, and many would-be this $2.10 before the destination Pink Root, 40 to 60 cents per pound.

being the same as that contributed financiers have talked, as ;volumin- could be reached. None was shipped! Spearmint 12 to 15 cents' per
by the Jews to the Bulgarian forces.
I ously on the subject as a book farmer Today France is at war. Na ships pound.
If the new Servian Jews contribute a Wormwood, 10"to 20 cents- 1 .
discussing the boll weaviL But the laden'with.silica.can come to American perpound. _
like quota, there will be 1,700 Jews : -
shores. the advance in
present plan cuts the middleman. The Perhaps
in the army. This number may be The growing of medicinal' herb ; .
man with the cotton and the man with price will let in some of the Florida >;" '
doubled. would be the introduction of ,
product.-PensacoTa News. staple
the money are now talking face to :
The 6,500 Jews in Greece proper face and it is a great hour for Dixie- industry, taking the place of'growing ,.,..;?;:\' ( i'
have become well over 85,000 by the land. TO AID FARMERS.Austin crops to some extent. The experiment .: :

acquisition of Janina, Serres, Kavala, & worth trying-Florida Farmer and .{;; I:

Ealaferria and Salonica, which alone SOCIAL CENTERS. Tex. Sept, 24.When Governor Homeseeker. -".,. !;:-:

has 70,000 Jews, the majority belong- Colquitt signed the emergency S -v\ ,. .

,ing to the working classes. warehouse bill today, which brovides- in, :
crying need of rural Florida is .x
:Austria has one of the most considerable warehouse bill today, which provides ''&'.
and oldest Jewish popula- social centers where our young people warehouses, he bave to Texas the dins +N E_
can be entertained, amused and instructed The Fish Protective Association ofFTorid'a. _..e.
tions in the and with
world one quite tinction of being the first and"only )
under the direction of cul- ,, with headquarters,at Wela-
a military history. According to tra- state in the union to'aid her farmerS -f;
tured clean and kay wiH make a determined'effort to
competent leadership,
ditions, the Jewish settlement in ,
by legislative enactment during the .
where aesthetic surroundings stir the secure tie passage of a general state t Come' '
I dates back to the fall of the ,
Prague present European crisis. The / j
love for the beautiful; where art law for the protection oftfie great ,' ,t too thei
first temple, and the Alt-Neue synagogue was called together iir extraor f '
is' the oldest in Europe. charges the atmosphere with inspi- fishing industry of Florida in which .- 7i, .. new headrj,;
dinary session to consider this one-
ration and power, and innocent the St Johns river plays'an important forTires '
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The Jewish population of the empire measure andthe bill qaarters>
was promptlypassed &
amusements instruct and part. At the next meeting of the &
i brighten ,
is: Austria, 1,313.687Hungary, by both houses by more than ; and A
their lives.; legislature, this Putnam-county association .
932,406 Bosnia-Herzegovina, 12,169; the a where the extrae
twothirds'majority you get
1 To hold our young people on the necessary win urge the enactment of an cessories'I: 'I
making total of 2,558,262. The average I thflOG :
a farm we must make farm life more this State to enact an emergency taw. : act for the protection of the fresh water of only zn d
of Jews to the general The ,
percentage, bill wilt be substituted
emergency food fish in this state -
attractive, as well as the business of ; to prescribe
population, about 4% percent, is ex- by a permanent statute.when
farming more remunerative. The a closed season therefor- to prohibit
} ceeded only in Russia.In )school house should be the social unit, the legislature meets in regular ses the transportation possession of tQn .II
Austria the 'Jews are presumedto sion next January.The .
properly equipped for nourishing and food fish during open and closed sea 1
supply 8 per cent of the military act is of vital: importance to. {
I sons to prescribe licenses for residents
building character, so that the lives ; ;
an-1 naval forces, but the actual enrollment the Texas farmers, as it will enable ,1 t
people can properly function and non-residents? to prescribe TII'e8 Tubes and Aolriet '
has been far in excess o faround them to hold their cotton until it I tl,
it and become supplied with can the length, size, and'kind's of nets and ,
that number. Austrian army jests be profitably marketed. Wheat, oats, |give Efcfra Qttality at only-average price beC4use Fissstoae :
fishing devices to-dteclare kinds of license !
the elements of human ;
the doctorof necessary builders are Tire and the Firestone fs the ='
make use of the fact that corn and other non-perishable farm Specialists Factory tf :
and activity. tags and exhibition of same; L largest la America where any tine are wide. Come fA tocla.y -
almost every regiment is a Jew. products can be stored, but the law t ;
and fixing penalty for failure to comply \ i and learn way Firestona efficiency can glra yots- ;
In a Russian invasion of Austrian 'was enacted primarily to meet the :\
THE ADVERTISING FAKIR. with any of its provisions. JadfOl'r MMQ-laFItltc.tFt d&anasy 1
territory the Jews will be the special cotton situation, as this is the staple The closed season proposed is as

sufferers, because the' Jewish communities Already the advertising fakir is constitutes 47 per cent of the value follows: For shad, from April to December DEWITCJQNEiFLORIDA

arc huddled on both sides of abroad. He will,be here by the hun of the annual agricultural productionof of any year; for herring, from

the. frontier. dreds within a short while.' Florida is this state and 25 per cent of the April 1 to December 1 of any year;

c CAN'T BLAME NEGRO. easy picking. He can get $100 to $250 world's cotton crop is raised in Texas. for mullet, from November 1 to January STARKE. S -

out of every small community with FARM FACTS. 1 of any'year; for all other food ==,

The Pensacola News is an advocateof out any trouble-and always from the fish from May 1 to September 1 of

educational progress in Florida, newspapers because 'advertising (By Peter Radford.) any year.
doesn't All the The licenses for for
pay. over state you nets residents
but is inclined to excuse the state for Get the difficulties out of the farm
"Florida's will find swinging mile postswhichcost range from $5 to $15, while nonresidents
its bad showing.
present ers' and the farmers' problemswill
the advertisers tens of thousands way are to be charged from to
percentage of illiteracy," it remarks, solve themselves. $100.
of dollars. The posts refuse to $300 depending on the size of net -. IN
doubtless due its
"is to
largely negro The increase in prices of farm products :
1 swing and the advertiser who paid The proposed law also provides ,the
: ,t population.? has not kept with the increased STOCK 'i,
5. $50 to $100 for space on the posts and pace mesh and sorts of nets. There is a -
This is
a common failing with us
cost of s
living. i
H.- 'r find their ad turned away from the need of some sort of a law to protectour I PLANERS BESAWS STEAM FEEDS "'-
south. Whenever
in the
[ someone says The farmer without MATCHERS Rlfj
produce SELF
can organization FEED \.
road, or hidden completely from view river and lake fisheries.
; "The percentage of illiteracy in this but to successfully mar TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS \ i
state is twice the American ," by the weeds or battered by shotfrom PERKINS' SHINGLE IIACHIXEBV ,- ,
i average ket lie must unite with his neighbor. COURAGE.
t. some one is likely to say, "Oh, that's shotguns or knocked down, o! The farmer is the directing head ENGINES, up to 40 .. SAWMILLS '-

just because so can't, pulled down and generally disfigured BOILERS .p to 40 .. Light ud U".TT
many negroes and operating hand of his business.He .
read end write." is the advertiser who says "Advertising A farmer spilled some whiskey call SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CA. YORS ,..
doesn't pay." These fakirs work combines, directs and carries his barn floor, so that a little streamof : GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS '
Fortunately for the sake of truth, ,:i
r small communities.-Clcarwater Sun. responsibilities.The it ran out. A certain mouse sallied LATH MILLS STAVE 3143 ,,{
r ,, however, the census shows separatelythe farmer cannot be helped until forth from his hole and being I .DISSTOV S.lWS" "
*, figures for white and colored illiteracy he organizes and the SAW BITS for all makes .f .
government thirsty, took a sip. It tasted strangeand awi tSHAFTIXQ ';_
and we can favor the Pens RUBMYTISMWill cannot the farmer PULLEYS DotES -
help except through he went back in his hole and 1
cola News with the figures for Floida's r- organization.The BELTING 4 grade*-medium to 1H-ct'{
cure your Rheumatic thought Then he came out and tookanother 1 ,
white illiteracy entirely apart LOG CHAINS CAST HOOKS TOXGS'EVERYTHING
farmer sells at prices fixed in and <} ,
Neuralgia sip went back "
from that of the negroes. Florida's, Headaches Cramps, again and FOB THE.
I Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and free trade markets and buys everything thought. fThen he came out and tooka SAWMILL '
for native whites of
illiteracy native '
t' exceeds 5 Bums,Old Sores, Stings of InsectsEtc. he wears and uses in a high protective big drink.:;. Then he jumped up on Write forPAGB'8IX'
parentage per cenwhereas'ln f \
Antiseptic Anodyne used internally market. the edge of, the soap-box and stood gas Prices< ,
i twenty states the
the illiteracy for such native i and exte aJ1y. Price 2Sc.i The value of farm crops is determined upon his hind legs bristled his whiskers /
not only by the amount of ]labor and
: Whites Is less than 1 per cent.TbeProreDive Get our prices for printing and we :
Farmer. !;. will ret your orders. 'necessary produce them by hav"Now, bring out that damned cat.Exchange. ."
-, ing them on the market when needed. .

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i ;: ir PLAGUE 'i Florida' state-debt._$ 619,900 ., .i \ .

i1ik National debt_______1,028,000,000 Health Drinks : ;

Iv3gg ""*" > World's debt_______42,000,000,000

;, # r-ril. plague tubercujl= factional-, only in less degree, for the Washington, D. C., Sept., 24.The' ,, .
.. .... treat.white r
United States of Commerce ,
feared than the1 same reason. Department -
:r more to be :
favored by Flo da'i and Labor has just completed a
in his- The plan .
the name given
.:...Ugne, health is based largely on giving the indebtedness of the it
for "pulr board of report I
l bubonic .
:a Wi,...:fl'he:;.; consumption" is always with the ,education of the people to the different states of the union, the nation For the Hot Weather

..;;i, 5.1 t approach and development facts about the disease, its seriousness and the world. The data con-1 J .

of and the tained in the relate to
more in- its ways spreading compilation .
{ "fifier and, if possible, .; .
tr :
of the individual. For the 1912. The state debt of Florida I r
while bubonic responsibility year

itillll 'ind be stealthy guarded, against, by the treatment of tuberculosis is nota is shown to be $619,000 that year,; What more refreshing and health building during the :

J may matter for the physician alone; it compared with $1,325,000 thirty years
;,.. 1 stood methods. long hot than bottled beer
;;.a summer good ? Our
for '
i" is 'meant is largely a sociological problem, previous, which is a decrease of $705-' pure

\'' >" ,J o.$3 itteeffectst: : the lungsAiuT.'r whose solution popular sentiment and 100. The'per capita state debt of this brands have a world-wide reputation Purity Quality "
firm hold upon its public opinion must contribute their state in 1912 was 77 cents and $4.36 in ,
gets .
} 'its is even' sus- full cooperation.The 1880. At the present time about and Flavor. '. t '

t t';:...b'afore. Its' greatest presence.foe is fresh, board urges the open-air treat- eight-tenths of the one percent of the .

: unlimited suplpy of it. ment, because it is available to all population of the ,United States is inj f,iL '

M11' !ore#;'s,efficient an than medicines, for and its cost is within the reach of Florida and two-thirds of one percent I I J Bottled Beer Worth While : 'I.: .

.Pvuyjon tuberculosis. the poorest. The patient should be of the' total debt is credited toI .. ,! -: ,
ID stop - -- ---- i. -
ftSki is not communicable in separated in his sleeping and living this state. I ) J ".:!\\
fiL sbr, and this fact is recognized from the rest of the family. A'can The national debt of the United Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart Veribe ';t', '" f

I Vast sums vas ,tent, properly floored and furnished i States is $1,028,000,000 and the indebtedness Bottled Beer f'
i modern Pilsener
& Style
dI Bottled specially for FIOr da.
II in the erection and placed in the yard surrounding of all countries of the ",
l'atwAt every year is almost ideal Known and sold the world Has been Brewed from choice malta ;Jand .
S Sntenance of hospitals. Penn- the home, I world 42000000000.. European over. well and favorably known .
;,| Nourishing food pre- about two-thirds of the Absolutely the best bottled beer hops. A great favorite. ;tae 1 ,1
annually a million for the purpose. countries owe its high quality for 30 :
,::( spends kitchen is avail- their proportion.is that can be produced. Ask over order will make you a stfejidy ,
to provide pared in the family world debt and any.
Must be
"-Ssars.for' this purpose years. good. Try it customer ",:. '
.f buildings equipped and maniidby.ezperts. able; the companionship of the familyis rapidly increasing, as the present war,I body. ... >

JSd But these great possible and home interests and according to experts, is costing on an 1 Doz. Per case, 1 doz. small, ___$ 1.00 1 Dozen ___, $ ..1.00 ?
; *1 I all small__________JUO 5 Dozen ______ "_ 4.00
,* uBBtoria become in fact, little more doings afford the and diversion.The important. men- average of $50,000,000 per\lay. 5 Dop. small _______.___$ 6.00 Per ease, 5 doz., small, ___ $4.25 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_ $ '*.00

I.''f6iir hotels' for the well-to-do or clas-as tal occupation further development of the WAR AND WOMEN. 10 Doz., small ________$12.00EVERY Per cask, 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50 5 cask Lots, per cask, ____$ 7.50, '
I .1 barfing houses for the poorer .
Jlassachusetts, the first of the idea includes also the extension of the -.1

tii"''it It.e. j to'build such institutions byItcid'ti" district nursing supervision, by which The great international war'now I DEALER> CAN MAKE ,

l appropriations, is abandon- the entire state is divided into sections raging over all Europe means a great!I ,

: the plan and others will surelyl each under the direct care of a deal to the' women of that continent t "
ffoflow the policy, because it does not competent nurse,who has an acquain- While the dispatches and newspapers BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER ,

r gmye,the full value of an unrefirirfed tance with every tubercular patient and the bulletin boards in these stir- .

I ;; 'circulation of fresh air, such' and who by frequent visits is enabledto ring times are given over to the do- 4n..

;' : within walls and advise and direct and teach. ings of the men, the soldiers and the 1

?f}:;Tocif ii-isimpossible,.of brick and stone and tile, no The plan is practical because it is sailors, one should not forget the I Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a profit. .

.natter how.thoroughly ventilated. within the reach of all, because it wives and mothers of the war-torn Do not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular stand in town and at \ -

?3* The,open air sanatorium, which af segregates the individual patient countries. the end ,of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. ,| it

'fo" dI: protection only from the sun from all other patients, and becauseit When upwards of 17,000.000 men

welcomes him under the influence of, under arms, millions of them actually "
gird rain'and'storm, which keeps are Summer Drinks That :
,remy breeze that blows, which brings accustomed surroundings and friends in the field, the world does not Sell !! 1

:, '-adulterated, the sweet odors of( whereas the removal from such environments stop. It must go on. It is up to the
rWore from the forest, is the nearest necessarily must have an women to see that it does go, and NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. t j

r conditions that science has rcc influence more or less mentally de- that is what the women of Europe, are The best light brew made Less T
ideal Non&itoxicaitJng. Less than 2
>'j than 2 cent alcohol Bottled All the best kinds b stock, .Jor 4' s.
: 'egubod I for the .treatment of the dis- pressing. And thus it has many doing today. The uniformed soldieris per per cent alcohol Refreshing'and ,
vantages even over the general open- not the only hero and martyr of the special for prohibition territo ry. healthful shipment '' ,
t ,
"" : f
5: .The" enclosed sanatorium plan is air sanatorium, where are gathered world's wars. "They also ,serve who As near real beer ax possible. : : '

;sbnoet, prohibitive by state appropriation many other victims of the dread dis- only stand and wait"In 10-Doz Cask ___________ $8.50 10-Doz Cask ___._._______ $8.50 10-Galloa Kegs per gallon ... 60c,

t. on'i account of its cost. In ease, whose conversations ars usually' Russia, where 2,000,000 men are All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us:to :. : <' :

: Ioiida it is entirely Impossible,' as a continuous comparison symptoms already underarms on the frontier, ., '.,
We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Bottles
Ship By Freight or Express. Empty ,
wefl u inefficient, because both sexes and discussion of the depressing the rural communities are practically | :

,and both races .woulhave to be pro- conditions that have' gathered them in manless. But things cannot stop. The j I F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Florida. ::1! ; : '

I I ,vided for in separate institutions. Ev- one 'place for one purpose-to fight people must be fed and clothed, the :

I f .to the' open-air, sanatorium idea is ob- off death as long as possible.J cattle in.the field must be cared for, CHAS. BLUM COMPANY 1 : .

the crops must be harvested, and the .

land plowed and planted against leaner r.. -,
.SUNNY.FLORIDA. SCHOOL DAYS times yet to come, if the cruel warlasts Establ shed Over 25 Year and Absolutely Reliable fFlorida.!, : 1

.. ... '
-.. ;.,; the of opinion '
as long as consensus
Come_all.:you folks from Illinois, Oh, shriek with joy, you lucky boy, seems to think. Field Marshal Jacksonville .. ; l

Ohio and New York; from London vacation's nearly ended and soon Earl Kitchener of Khartoum, Eng- I p'
you'll tool yourself to school-the :
town and,Paris, too; 'and. those who land's now secretary of state for war, !i
thought is surely splendid! We long .
,aril item Cork; left sing. a _song-of have known how tired you've grown of says the conflagration will last ,fora NOTICE OF ELECTION. NOTICE OF TAX SALE I;

oak area of mocking' birds and year and a half. To the sheriff of,Bradford Comity, of the .i'
fife fooling,around and fishing, how for State of Florida: ,- f
all 1
The Russian women are doing .
honey.beat and scent the perfume.ini.v.wr your books and slate, gadzooks, you've Be it known.' that I. H. Clay Crawford, Notice la hereby given that the following described property will be fold at public auction i Yon
the work while their husbands, fath- of State of the State of Florida do
vtpjt % secretary the fifth day of October.1914,In the of Bradford State of Florida thereof
been We've eognty or so mnci i .
ardently wishing seen
tat natt a sunny Fbrjda.Waiant hereby ,give notice a
ers, sons and brothers are fighting aa will be necessary to pay the amount dne for taxes herein feet ofpotite to He ajae: to ; it
< | to live in Iowa' WU.tewfett you weep, became they .keep the against Germany and Austria.. The Wil: be he'dinBrsdfo county State of gather wit&coit of such sa le and advertising. III), .
schoolhouse closed all summer: ; you Florida.'oa Tuesday next ineeeedinf the tint .
Lftr i
.. '. Kentucky Where old Jack peasant women and men. have no idea Monday ia November, A.' D. 114 the Mid ,.
Fnist rips flowers and men and reads tired of play In half a day (which what the war is -about, and they are Tuesday,brine the H .:..' .
TUrd f NewaWr "
Day .
statement is a bummer!) The swimming -
rt'. nap sad mucky lefs slag a not much interested. The Czar said, For United States Senator from' the State.Af :. J5
hole to soul lit- March '
schoolboy gives Florida for six yean' from 4
MBC of" sun 'and sky) where fleecydrafc "Come and fight for me. That was Wlfc f
satisfaction in dreams the OWNER Description of Land 1 ?
tle ; you see "'or Representative from the Second ConTrewional B
go floating by, and bzve' .ar enough for the men. They joined: the .
Bale of Three and eke the Vulgar District of the State of Florida. 2 a-
; ,W| et berry pie, in sonny Florida. army. It was enough, too, for the the 81zb-fourth, Consrm of the United :Q !f 0'
Fraction. You think of maps while o.
Why in Kalamazoq their hands to the States. ... 'f,
stay towns like women. They put For Commhw'oner of Acrieoltare of the ';
idle stealing unripe apples
and aver melt or shim; or hog there I chaps are ; plow, grasped the saw and the ham- State of Florida 3
thoughts are'all of learning's For two Justice of the Supreme Court of
$ ;; fa Davenport beside a frozen I your mer and went to work. In France, .h. State of Florida. D. W. HancockW% of SE'4 and SW 4. -14of 1 18' 240 17.7
fi et? Come down and try the land hall, of blackboards, desks and chap- too, the women are already feelingthe .For Two Railroad Conunlsslonen thee Unknown W% of NW!% 21 1 1. M 11.MW i fF e
els. Ab, how hate to dig for of Florida J. W. Townsend _..........N of 8WYc. ..tI I 20 7.41 "
.tlaft blasts and make your home yon burdens of war. At the outset the For two members of the House of Representatives Unknown .............8% of NE14 01 BE" and I SK Of Nye
where bait, or boating go, or gunning, when of the State of Florida. of SEtf of SWVi and W4 of SE)( .
every test will,prove that we find food for mind if government asked the women of the For Cottntr Assessor of Taxes. SW ___u ....... 12 I U C-. USL1S ..
km COt"tho best in sunny Florida.So you might your nation to go into the fields and har- For Tax Collector. Unknown .---_-- -Lot 38 in WoodlawLot _- .11 C 22 iii. j e
J I I school were only running! How you For County Treasurer. Hmry Moore -.a.x.....- 43 in East Lawtey .........._ 1.U
i pack your duds, where'er you vest the grain that was ready. They For Five County Commissioners. John D. and P. L. GuI Jla .All that fractional part of fractional lot ,
f lift,from Washington to Maine, .and ,abhor the baseball war, and other responded with a will. But the wom- For three Members of the County Board one of section 4. township 7 8 R 21 bring ""' J '11 '
pastimes dizzy when might of Publie Instruction. north and west of Sampson river beginning ?'1 ;; .
t grab your grip'and check your trunk, you en who went to the farm work went For Justice of the Peace in and for the at a point north of section line 440 yards _
and: aboard strike some truths you'd like, if school the following Justice Districts, via: .. west from Sampson lake and ma north ........ (i".1 l t t "
, get the train; for though busy! Now sing and smile! from machines and looms, where has Number One. 440 yards, thence east to said lake thence ..., ; .'Ir. i '
: yon come in summer time, you'll find were: only been made the fine French ingerie Number Two. sooth on lake front and said river front W .i- ; 1 ;... I
A little while will vacation ended Number Three. land of Arthur Johns thence north to ME .
see ; ri,4 ,,
ear climate ;
I most sublime and vow and lace much sought after by wom- Number Four. corner of NEU of NW% of said section 4, r. :e j l
:' to live back eas'a a crime,' compared reward will come and schools will en the world over. Indirectly, then, Number Five. I thence west to point of beginning T-.t 4 7 21 41 8.72 I
hum-that thought is surely splendid! Number Eight c. C. McLean..............W% of block 1 south of range 4, west :
i witti sunny Florida.-Clearwater! Sun. the war will be felt by the women the Number Nine. 'I in Temple's sub division .__ '1 6 22 10)LOt -
I ...;.Walt Mason. .ForDistricts in and for the foMowing N. P. Canthaa .SEtt, of SEA and NEof SEX, except
world over, for there is likely to be T- ,"vis six acres in SE comer :............. iM 7 22 7* U2
very little women's wear importedfrom Number Two. I B. 11 DOWLINC. Tax ctlJeetor. : '
Number Three.
I..W Miiei NEIGHBORLY ADVICE. France for many months. The Number Four. .
Number Seven.
Paris fashions so largely imported Number Eight 1 .I

Stanch TrnUejfcftM Freely Given By a Starke Citizen. to America and copied there, will haveto Number Nine. :
J' r' : In testimony whereof I have hereunto set >e t .
I come from some other source while my hand and affixed the great seal of the

I When one has suffered tortures. the war lasts. The fascinating Paris tie State the of Twenty-fourth Florida at Tallahassee day of Anrust the ,capital.A. D., 111111 9 d Get.roof Ltd G frs,inter sad etnno pool Ay1e

far Sev raJ Yean from a bad back and found relief I frocks for women are designed by 191& 30111 is design sae Inexynsive in appUcmoa "Csrollns" a'r
I H. CLAY CRAWFORD. :I9 a sisal &iarke ids a"et ,.
! ', P-n a Rtttond My Health from the aches and pains, that person's men, but they are put together by (L. S.) Secretary of State. 1 SpsnisiMjUlTHstat series fcrCrtBMUtyK.Irdse your sect ll i
To S. B. Denmark Sheriff Bradford County. the kautitoi bosss the coiaca UcIfetsl hw96ersi
; advice is of untold value to their : women. With the men in the. army Wa .
I 8-28-9L
11. ,
,- Elisabeth friends and neighbors. The following and the women in the fields, the industry : -' 0 I
anther, No. (08 I l -
w.lttt St. N. WoO neighborly advice comes from a resi- will languish. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Spsaleb TOe will rife saosfieSoa from every poiil of m.IIen7.l&feIJ. sad d
:IWejhtojtoa. D. c.; dent of Starke. I I In Austria-Hungary too, the wom- UNDER SECTION 8. OF CHAPTER y day u load ekeepu tits flats tat far superior to Bicker We ire the Urjest economy aunofsctners oniltr.ii ihs a
'>fI1tes : .i 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. :Soutiot ill Modi( of Betel K* nf. Bead far Free Cstslog todayWepsy th.IreJPi-rwamei.1be j
am Mrs. J. .L. of the
Warren, Water street, en are .arrying on the work Hereby notice is given that Louis H. Hill, 1OObr..bJ
1dln9- to, Indorse IIOAt1 maid u sill k ckeerfaDt nfud i MI roods..114&eiacQy u rejreneded, .
yII Starke, Fla., says: "I had kidney land, while the men are doing the purchaser of Tax Certificates numbered re t
I at a iplenw speetively 66 and 71 issued by the tax collector THE
ptwtetaM for trouble and suffered constantly from I I fighting. They are harvesting the of Bradford county Florida each of CAROLINA METAL PRODUCTS CO. DEPT.F.WIUTOON, Jt'c." ; '
.'1 ea.tanaDd atom backache and dull the flour for .the said certificates bearing date of July lit 1912.
IcIt. r pains across my I grain making has filed said certificate; in my office and ..
thla trouble" from loins. I didn't rest well at night, and bread that must be board by them has made application for a tax deed to issue
I'BaEered in accordance with law.
ut Imral.NlI, Y ? in the morning felt tired and worn to feed top soldiers. They are caring The said certificates embrace the following NOTICE '-- --.'--''---'--' r --- .

lUokittoera tlati. + out. My back was often so lame for tht cattle that must be slaughtered at lands the in date Bradford of the eounty.issuance Florida of said assessed certificates UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION I OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED NOTICE' OF SALE, OF. SCHOOL BOVDS.Hereby -

ooatha and that I, could hardly get about. The a"d PI* "p' by them to go with in the name and under dates and 48SS LAWS OF FLORIDA. I notice is inn that en or before
at Ot\.a Q( that numbers hereinafter respectively .particularly Notice is hereby given that Alice Lsno1 noon of Monday the 6th day ef October. i
U focad'my health kidney secretions caused me annoy- the bread that is to feed the thousands -I I set forth to-wit:' ford purchaser of tax certificate No. 196 1314. at the o-ee of F. & Scfctll. saHtate*. t
WU mnm4 > ance. I readof, Doan's Kidney Pills in the field. They are rowing Certificate number 65 embrace* lot S4 in dated the lit day of July A. D. 1912. hasSled dent of public instruction for Bradford -, t
hare ,<' .Woodlawn. section 14. township 6. range 22 said c certificate. my office end has county in Starke Florida the mitn.jne4 a
\.ftlt .'-4IF. e and, finally got a box at Mitchell's the machines that make the clothes j I i" 19 acres, assessed Amelia Phifer. made application for tax deed to issue in accordance win receive bids for the purchase of school t 1
"**bow tan it Drug Store: Since using I Certificate number 71 embrace lot 1In with law. Said certificate dmbraee bonds to be issued by special tax district No. .
them the
when 1 contract that are to be worn by troops. ,
a cold Woodlawn. section 17, township 6 range 22 the following described property situated in. Twenty-three of Bradford county. fUSrida,
:. zed It IOCID rids the mtem of have. not had any backache and my Savannah News.Diarrhoea. 10 acres assessed unknown. Bradford county Florida to-wit: tIn j I the sum of flS.000.OM saW bondt'ft. be -
laY. C&IanbIl teadencleay Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according Commencing 219 feet west of southwest cor |'dated January 1. 1914 payable to Warer
I Osr Te kidneys have been stronger"Reendorsement. to law, tax deed will issue thereonon ner of Madison and Myrtle streets and run twenty years after the date ,thereof wilt iatercet r
Years AiL I Quickly Cored. the 28th day of September A. D. 1914. west 210 feet to West Moreland street thence at the rate of I per cent per sum.
'K would not be without Perona.' "My attention was first called to Witness my official s'gnatnre and seal this outh along said street 420 feet thence eat payable scsi-annually ethe' 4ret; de JT ofJarnary ? y :
I ask It was our ten \ On April 12, 1914, Mrs. Warren the 27th day of August A. D. 1914. :no feet thence north 420 feet to point *f be- and July of each year.. .'f a
tIIat lint yean **oa said "I haven't changed Chamberlain's Colic, Hiolera and W. T. WEEKS. inning in Gaskin's addition to Starke. and .i t Each bidder for the whole or any Dirt of :
4I' .. ol ve you' my testimonial I : mv high n"ch.8s twelveyars (Seal) Clerk. designated on map of same as Clark's two such tends will be required to t'witIa: :; }'r, t
Ole ." opinion as when I opinion of Poan's Kidney Pills. I [ Diarrhoea Remedv as By R. A. WEEKS. acre lot. Section 29,. township f, south range his bid in cash or by certified cheek payable ._ ;,
c :.1rOte it. and give you the prirUeg to I I #ro. At that time I was P'T-, *-%8-6L Deputy Clerk. 2 east. 'o the order of the board of public iMtme- '
.It V you let flt 1 tau. recommend them as strongly today asever. The ..'41 land being seamed at the date of tion for Bradford County, Ploy'di. S :')IeI' e
{ ,;"' 1rhea 1 uae Pa.wmdmdtag ." I iously ill with-summer cnnjolairt One he issuance of such certificate in the name of ...,t of the total amount of say such fail to '
thIU tt eeaataty.. I ana I I dose chocked the trouble." writes Mrs. How To dive Quinine To Children. Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be re- _are compliance with the term of tilt.said
it to m y nelchbora Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't 'eemed according to law. tax deed will tone bid. -
\wMoovtr a chance occurs.1' C. W. Fl'x'wn-ft. Rockfield Ind. For FRBRiLtlPbthetradewet name gives to aa.. .."fcon on the 28th day of September A. D. The board of public Instruction let the '
't simply ask for a kidney remedy-get I I improved uiDe. Itia.T..JSJl1lp.pk. 1914. County of Bradford State of Florida
Doan's Kidney Pills-the I I sale by all dealers. I ant to take and does not oUs-arb the stomach. kiitness my official signature and seal this L. W. KieKLITER. .<
same that! take it and know it i* Quinipe. '
never .
k. Children
If. A. D. 1914. Chtlrwan
: j-ll-4t. }
..tr tttir a.tau lul Ova Mrs. Warren Also especially adapted to adult who cannot 2Eth day of August <
Aq pea,...110 matter of FosterMilburnCo. Only One "BROMO QUININE"To ,take ordinary Quinine Doe not uneate not W. T. WEEKS.
i_ ., tile wonderful lIowIOl1.It&Ddiua.rid reliable Dr. ., Props., .Buffalo, N. Y. get the genuine call for fan same. LAZA.TIVKBROUO cause nervoavncss nor ringing in the for bead. Tryit !"erk y Circuit Court R. A.Bradford County Fla. .lal '. 04'19-Qde.Ba la Z nn p4' -' .
1lea1iII the next time yon need Quinine any pur- meaty i
0iJ. 01
'It reline. -*- I- -B ---- QUININE. Look lonipatare eesL Clerk. .
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l', .j. lllaha"..ssae nk.roe,ilea Read the.Telegraph.-fl. O a "'ear.I I E.W.CkOVE. Coma Cold ia One l>ay. Stop pose.wasFBWLIN13laDl AekM 2 ounce original+. iA boUJc.package.' D.CQ&a.The. So28-1L ". : Read. the,.Tflegraph-rrf at yijar'.Ij '
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: JIItInIdD l 'facti Gatha'e4 Dunn! the Weak by.Our l ,
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f e I} LAKE BUTLER. 'kr on Friday and conducting for the purpose a singing.of organizing

: k <6
OON HOUR-Then the tofl- \
class. Their terms are exceedingly u-
Fagan late of the Racket ,L.l
the / -
moderate. The writer has had }
seek rest and refreshment .
-Store;twasi in town for the purpose ers J
i i pleasure of seeing and hearing the : I _
"of; movhglbis family, to Trenton,. result of their work, and does not hes- Royal Palm bottled beer refreshes ill (t Mi .
conducts' a thriving ;;
where hfr now ,
itate to pronounce it,first class. They and invigorates the mind /
i business in'the same line. had successful few weeks in Rai- \F r.j;

4 Mr. William Johnson, of the Farm- ford,a where the. singing of the church IuuI:1 f, and body. Relieves the strain of I A..
Bank has moved 'i
j. ers' and Dealers' hun- 3 M
I several
: choirs have improved '
f' front his Main street home to o'I dred percent. They ought to have a L the overworked office* or l M

I hq Mr"}}.'Joh6nn"is doing some by Mr.tall,Fagin.hustling large class in Lake Butler. mill man. 'c t Fti '

I.'I ''in/6ie' real estate business. He The an Lake illustrated Butler booklet bank, is gotten puttingbut up ri F1l This h3athful! and re

has a splendid proposition, and an artistic'book by a well known literary man. It is freshing beer drank I
of illustrated J
J. way well written, and should bring an im- 4p ( 1i
advertisementIt with the daily lunch J
. I mense increase of business to the OACE MAY
, 1 It is said that the enrollment at
:I I f, the school is the highest on record. bank. means greater efficiency for

I 1 r. f We ,are glad to see Mr. Edgar RAIFORD. the afternoon's work
i t. _
i 1 t.:" i Knight home gaain. He looks splendid tt

11 L i t and has more fat on him than OR- in the cool of the evening
Miss Gilmour, of Montgomery, Ala:, ,
f. had before.
; ho has'ever
, I f Mr. Blake baS organized a Business I arrived here on Sunday to take a p e nothing can renew your -
with Mr. Graham.Mr. .
Man's League. All but one of the position R
.Kieth, who taught'' here during strength and relieve! that tired,
! I tradesmen have given their consent .

I t r to join. ,4 the Dade the .summer City Star term,, is, according teaching at to SONY) tYf) wornout feeling like Royal
I. If the business men of this town
t i Elfers, Pasco county. We trust that jA' -; Palm' bottled been 4c
knew what side their bread was butt 1
I y. _
I I this is only temporary and we hope F

. I:i ness tered Man's on they League would with enter enthusiasm the Busi- that he will be back with us soon in lac on 1 ho. A. trial wiii convince you of the merits of I

i and stay by it. Thing what it would Raiford.A this wholesome beer. On sale at all the ltt BRfYIIN l4
J I large' congregation filled the
a ; mean, an exchange of bad debts, etc. Methodist church on Sunday nightat i leading Clubs, Cafes and Bars. -
j A prominent business man said tome -
a union service conducted by Revs. I
I other ."I feel like being 9
-the day,
and The
Logan CulL singing was ex-
; }- I lenient 'with those who cannot pay, ceptionally good, under the conduc- Jacksonville Brewing Co. I P
). i but I hate to.see them indulging in torship of Messrs. Thorp and Berry. BOHEMIAN GERMAN
i luxuries when they owe me, but whathurts'
A series of evangelistic meetingswill
, i me most is to see them drunk." be held in the Methodist church "TYLt JACKSONVILLE, FLA, JfYLE ;

i Drunkenness is a thing almost un- in Raiford
t commencing on Tuesday I'r
known in- Lake Butler; the'prohibi- night, October 6. Rev. C. (1". Cecil
; tion,law prohibits here just as much ,
f. J will be the evangelist. He will be as-
as'the .law against stealing and other sisted by his son, who will conduct

'illegal :things. Some people think the singing.D. at work dipping cattle. On Tuesday H. R. Brown purchased a Ford tour'

i,.' .that prohibition doesn't prohibit, and H. Moseley roamed the streetsof they dipped 50 head of cattle and on ing car and drove it in gay style. On NEW PERFECtTK=

... ,that it ill a failure if it does'not entirely Jacksonville Monday. Wednesday they were still at the reaching Main street, Mr. Brown
r "%do'away .with the sale of spir- Misses Rosa Byrd and Sarah Riv- work. halted and waved for a clear track. WICK BLUE :
)its.x. :" lad does that We can say ,ers, of Lake Butler, spent Saturday Mr. Elisha Wilkinson and little son, Everything ready and here he comes };;
'for this place that it is reduced to its !and Sunday in Raiford. George, of Highland, were visiting at a fast speed. Just before reachingthe stbvr

'lowest minimum.' The marshal gets Mrs. Ada Baisden, of Starke, visited Mr. George Wilkinson, of this place, Brooker Pharmacy somethingwent OIL COOK

after the lawbreakers.Mr. relatives here Sunday. Sunday. wrong and into a large oak treeit We Carry a Complete Assortment of b _
.,:Loadholtz is well' established The singing class taught by,Messrs. Mr. Glen Crews, of Highland, was plunged and smashed the machine

k 'in, ,the'shop: lately occupied by Mr. Thorpe and Berry will come to a visiting on Clay Hill Sunday. badly.. Fortunately no one was injured STANDARD OIL COMPANY'S?:}

Jone& He has a very attractive place close Friday night. They are prepar- Moss Vertie Woodward of Jackfon- but the car was entirely de NEW PERFECTION WICK'r

and he and his assistants are goodworkmenrn ing a special program for that oc- ville, is visiting Miss Rosa Carter, molished. Mr. .Brown gathered the .
casion. this week. small pieces together that night and BLUE FLAME OIL STOVE x

The graduating class'of 1913 of the Miss Ruth Barcley, of Elarbee, was Mr. George Wilkinson, of Highland, thinks it possible to construct another -

,Lake Butler High School held a pretty here Monday;.the guest of, Mrs. Eva was visiting his parents Sunday,',Mr. car out of them. Everybody,rich

social at the,home of'Mrs J. D. Whitten. and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilkinson.Rev. and poor, big and little, old and

;t Padgett last. Thursday. They 'were 'Joe Bowling, more commonly called James Strickland has been re young, sympathizes with Mr. Brownin

received by Miss. Padgett of South Bald'Joe,\was here Monday. quested to preach at Evergreen the injury! to his car. Mr. Brownis Is 11'' ,

Carolina and Mrs. J. D. Padgett. The Mrs. A. D. Andrews is very sick church Saturday and Sunday, as Rev.J. a young man, somewhat bashful, a1 w i hi I .

home was tastefully decorated_in ,the at her home this week. We all hope E. Black is very sick. but when he gets his car together,the ,
'I school colon purple and gold. 1 for her speedy recovery. Quite a number of the people have girls say they will make him think it 1 I

1" ; Amusing and unique games were the I 1 Rev. '0. K. Cull preached at the taken advantage of getting shinglesand is leap 1

'1' order of the evening and were indulged : Methodist church Sunday, as the were hauling some Monday. year.NEW I The : '
,! I in until a late hour. True to : Christian church and Methodist uni- RIVER.Mr. .

.I her reputation as a' hostess, Mrs. 'ted in a union meeting. LITTLE SPRINGS. Seals, of Hampton, was at New_
refreshments W. S. Roberta and family spent the River Friday on business.
j : 1 Padgett, aerv delightful Rte Y
- ;; + at the close of the games. The day with Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Gordon Picking cotton, gathering corn and //Mr. W. T. Turner made a business .
members ot, the' class present were Sunday. saving hay are the principal doings trip to Raiford Tuesday.The Best
J. R._ Touchton and family have around Little Springs.The revival meeting at the Chris-
Alderman Ruth
f Misses Jua. Page,
Rhona McDonald and Mr. S. D. Pad- moved in the L. C.. Smith house, re- sing conducted by Mr. J. E. tian church at Long Bridge closed oq f

:I gett. Among the guests were Miss cently vacated by J. C. Crews. Futch, at Sardis church was in reg- last Friday night There were severalnew
Joel McCormick, of Lawtey, attended ular session last 'Friday night and additions to the church. f
Inez Markey and Messrs. R. L. Green,
r church here Sunday Saturday. I Mrs. W. M. Parker went to Jack-
Bob Rivera and Malcolm Reiherd. i<
I I J. E. Byrd and family visited in Miss Katie Dubose departed for Cedar sonville Sunday to spend a few days rr
I Dr. Lee met with an unfortunateand Three and Burners
One Two Four
Jacksonville Tuesday. Keys last Monday.Rev. with relatives. ..',
'I I painful accident on Monday. He i CoL D. E. Knight and Dr. 'J. P. 0. K. Cull made a flying tripto Miss Mae McKinney, of Lake But- Do your cooking, baking, roasting, broiling, toasting; and ironing the "
was assisting Dr. King in fixing the 'round on a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame, Oi! Cook Store.:
Tomlinson from Starke here ler, visiting'relatives around theN
i I were on Tampa Monday, returning home on was h'
chain on his automobile, when by The New Perfection Cook Stove satisfies every requirement of the
i Tuesday night in interest of the Lake Tuesday night w River settlement last week.
of the and Is.
or'other the wrench wife and can be used continuously twelve months year
t. some means, Butler Telephone Co. Mrs. D. L. Palmer, of Worthington Messrs. Bob Andrews and R. J. as satisfactory for all purposes of cooking and baking as any other km]
I I slipped and inflicted.a, painful woundon Ernest Wells visited relatives in Springs, was laid to rest in Elzy's Turner: were among those who at- stove. .' ;""
I his thumb just'above his' nail. Lake Butler Sunday.W. Chapel cemetery Wednesday morn- tended the hardshell meeting at Tru- With the New Perfection Cook Stove you secure the widest ranp.,
Some time, th '.'dOctor fell from heat efficiency provided in oil stove on the market A high;]
ago any
J. Epperson, of the State Prison ing. Mrs. Palmer, after being taken by Springs last Thursday.Mr. be
work to <
low flame, providing degree of heat required for the
a spirited horse and was draggedsome Farm" here visited his Lex Green will leave this week or any
near family at to a hospital in Jacksonville, was too can be instantly secured. "".
i i I I distance, inflicting a severe la- Lake Butler Sunday.T. weak to undergo an operation for tu- for Gainesville, where he will attend Full heat is secured at the moment of lighting without dust or i dirt
t ceration on his arm. He has only B. Wadley, who is connected mors and passed quietly away Tuesday the university. decided advantage over coal or wood stoves. The concentration J1 *t
had time to get well and enjoy a with D.:C. Kinlaw & Co., here named morning at 9 o'clock. She leaves ;Miss Irma Andrews, Marie Parker the burners prevents overheating of t the kitchen in summer, insuring' ,?

.'. I whole.arm when this accident happen moved his family from Jacksonville a' husband and several children, be- and ,Ernest Williams went to Truby form comfort never before experienced. I 1IJAll .
<< I I this makes.the New Perfection a stove of unusual eonvenience.does ;
eeL' and will make this his home in the fu sides many friends to grieve over her Springs. to the hardshell meeting on everything that any other stove will do, regardless of fuel, Read>
r Revs 0. K. Cull and H. Logan
1" ture. death. last Sunday. -medium low out, i
moment of lighting. Can be turned high, or ai,
j t spent Sunday' at their respective Everybody is cordially "urged" to Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke, has -another decided advantage over coal or wood stoves. Makes no dust-

i L. churches in,Raiford on Sunday morning ENTERPRISE.Mr. come to Sun ay school at Sardis on : been called to the pastorate of the dirt.' Either with or without cabinet za k
:" 'At'night they had a union ser next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. New River church for the ensuing The utmost satisfaction is assured to the housewife in the use of.

viceit\ the Methodist church.. Rev. and Mrs. A. Green Carl Scaff departed year." stoves and devices. New- t.
11 of Jacksonville Saturday morning New Perfection Cook Book free to every purchaser of a _
i Cell speaking on the "Fatherhood of visited here the first of the to commence school at Enter- Mr. R. Turner' was a visitor to Perfection Cook Stove. } 1J

: God/and, the Brotherhood of Man." week. prise. Starke last Saturday afternoon. SUITS EVERYBODY' f,

i.. The',sermon was a good one. Mr., 0. J. Phillips and sister, Miss Look on the bright aide of life, for- Clyde Parker, of this place. is at- French chef. It suits the housewife: _Bj
suits the most exacting
Our Greek friend who runs the res- Debbie, visited relatives and friendsat get its ugliness, drop its unsightly tending the public school at Lake found It in luxurious villas-fin camps-in 'farms-in humble city :

> ..taurant sin, Raiford on Monday. Theressa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. colors and ,cast into oblivion its regrettable Butler. Everybody uses it, everybody likes it. It is the all-around stave for_all

'He j secured,' a building in which to Claude Alderman, of Lawtey, incidents. Miss Clara Agin, of Starke, spent year round. It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts as well us a coal rangeK

1 ,pen! up a business_similar,to the one visited here Sunday.. There's nothing like trying to be last week at New River with relatives
t the. conducts,here Mr. Sam Alderman, of Jacksonville, cheerful and wear a bright smiling and friends. A. M. .
r "*f The old 'wooden' ''building' in the visited here Sunday.We countenance. Mr. W. M. Parker was a business '

t i x weet end of town baa been pulled are sorry to report the sick- Remember'that "Cheer" is the spiceof visitor to Lake Butler last Friday. I IMessrs' ,FURNITURE cP

: .i down.It.. was already falling to ness of Mrs.. N. E. Norman, who is life. : Lloyd and Lex Green were : STARKE, FLORIDA .r.f'r
pieces, and was a menace'to life and very ill. We hope for her a speedy business visitors to Starke one day of, .
$ BROOKER last week. /"
% limb.- recovery.
.', "* .-f >Messrs.: 0..L. Thorp and'Berry, of The farmers here are busy,gather- Miss Evelyn Crews was visitingher
d. :>i .:"" the':Perry'music publishing'house, of lug' their corn crop; which is fine..' Rev. L.:W.._Kickliter filled his regular aunt; ''Mrs.Jim'Mott"of. : .Worth-. LA UNimCharlie **"**M| .

Chattanooga.. will arrive in Lake But' *Mr. 'C. C. Scaff, of Little Springs, appointment here Sunday ington Springs last week.
'Mr. M. P. has Mr. Earl Whittier of Conner *
egan his term of school here Monday Matheny lately pur- j.l
1 AMSTttENKAfbere: with a good attendance.Hess chased a grist and meal mill and Bridge, seems to' have found some- $
I and Roul come out the other will Abe in position to give anyoD'e satisfactory thing very interesting over about

are tome people who still reaortto ;I night to claim the. belt for coon hunt- work, therefore, Mr. Math- Long Bridge, for he has been spend- Tom Hand Laun< g
.dragged IIiUa alcoholic syrup to|I ing. We do not whether they got a eny wishes to solicit your trade. ing some of his leisure time they, ,
overcome colds, nervousness or genera: not. had to date Mr. C. A. Berry, of Jacksonville, for the past month. Go ahead, Mr. 28.
ebWar. and who know that the pore, coon or They up Monday Sept. : 4
P ted nmriahmaat but Seott'iBoralakm > six and Miller and Hill hd tad ten was in town Tuesday.Mr. EarL Opens ,
rt la eminently better, refrain' or twelve. Who get the'belt? .- 0. W. Barry, a. prominent Everybody seems to have the subject Hand. Price Rig t.fl, f
irott taking it because they fear.it ma] farmer who lives three miles weat of of war on their minds these All Kinds of Work, Done by .. !

L <<, 'lead"Thiftbamiataken to taca.lva fat or idea obesity.,became Scott'jl CLAY HILLbefore here, came near losing his eyesight days. Roan Turner says that he is Comer Thompson and Jefferson Su T Starke .

f 'Emulsion first strengthen the body Mr Barry, through a mistake, putsome studying about selling meat next .. I' ('...:a
t :. :making fleah. Ita Mood-forming aicknesa proper;* Mrs. H. B.. Hudson and Mrs. H. J.sad poison in his eyes instead of year. ''We believe he is wise for the services in the Mjjthodlst'chnni.-i'_
lid nature to'throw off bi HAMPTON.
tie building health from ita very soars, Taylbr visited their sister' Mrs.' L. C. eye solution. meat question is among one of 'the Sam morning;!, at etew UJI
,aesh.I*formed only by to CIOIltiDued jMe. Carter, Sunday. The automobile craze at Brookeireached leading problems and one of the belt : i" &a
will conduct in theevening; t-
x Avoi.;:: '.tdCOholiesabetttata. .. foe SCOTTSK 'Mr.David Lang and sons are. now t its climax last Friday. Mr. products that a farmer can raise. Rev., Holmes Logan ssven-thirty -r;, y i. ,'.,
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l .' kr on Friday for the purpose of organizing 1 TWMt
conducting a singing
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1 < class. Their terms are exceedingly OON HOUR-Then the tofl- I i .
Mr. Fa n, late of the' Racket r r
has had the
The writer
in town for the purpose moderate. ers seek rest and refreshment s
i 'Store;.vras'j the
of seeing and hearing
""of-moving'his' family to Trenton, pleasure II It t
tiow result of their work, and does not hes- Royal Palm bottled beer refreshes j( ,
nd-j- a thriringbusiness
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I.;; in'the: same line. had itate a to successful pronounce few it first weeks class.in They Rai- and invigorates the mind / tit

{ .I; Mr. William Jrhnson, of the Farm- of the church and Relieves the strain of
ford, where the singing 1 body. ,
4 ers' and Dealers' Bank, has moved M
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several <
choirs have improved. 1T'l.4bS\:
from his Main ,street home to ,the dred percent They ought to have a the overworked office* or {
hojMjuJately vacated by Mr. ,Fagin.
l class in Lake Butler. mill
large man. .
ohonlis tall hustling
I MrV'J doing some '
bank is puttingout
The Lake '
tI ''tin the real estate business. He an illustrated booklet, gotten up -i I-1I This healthful and refreshing
'bas splendid proposition, and an artistic -
a by a well known literary man. It is ) beer drank
boos by of an illustrated
I way
I well written, and should bring'an immense '
advertisement increase of business to the OF with the daily lunch 1%
r; It, is said that the enrollment at FACE MA e .

J t tC ,. the school is the highest on record. bank. means greater efficiency for a '4

, I: t We are glad to see Mr. Edgar RAIFORD. the afternoon's work
t \' Knight t.ome'gaain.. He looks splendid .

, i f" > and has more fat on him than OR- to the cool of the eve-
! tr Miss Gilmour, of Montgomery, Ala.,
I he has ever had before.
i I arrived here on Sunday to take a o ;
Ding nothing can renew -
has Business your
J ., f Mr. Blake organized a Graham. I ,
with Mr.
t Man's League. All but one of the position I' -
t during strength and relieve that tired
Mr. Kieth, who taught' here ,
L! tradesmen have given the| consentr .
the term, according to
r join. .summer t wornout feeling hke Royal
f townf the Dade City Star, is teaching at gONVI
[ If the business men of this S
; Elfers, Pasco county. We trust that Palm: bottled beer.
knew what side their bread was buttered -
i ;f this is only temporary and we hope

'I :!. on they would with enter enthusiasmand the Business that he will be back with us soon in Jac so vI 2 Ira' A.trial wiii convince you of the merits C of r
i Man's League .
i stay by it Thing what it would Raiford.A this wholesome beer. On sale,at all the Y111f 6R(VIN s
filled the
j.j 7' mean, an exchange of bad debts, etc. Methodist large'church congregation on Sunday nightat ILIII ,1111111 leading Clubs, Cafes and Bars. ll3OnYttlf 11 a '
I business said tome -
Ir A prominent man
a union service conducted by Revs.
. "I feel like being *
-the other day,
Logan and CulL The singing was ex- }
p i lenient with those who cannot pay, ceptionally good, under the conduc- Jacksonville Erecting Co. .1

I but I hate to ,see them indulging in torship of Messrs. Thorp and'Berry. BOHEMIAN GERMAN
luxuries when they owe me, but what
A series of evangelistic meetingswill '
r ;j hurts me most is to see them drunk." be held in the Methodist churchin .iTYLt JACKSONVILLE, Fl/L/ 1' ei11YL. ,

.Drunkenness is a thing almost unknown .
t Raiford, commencing on Tuesday .. toA.
;' in Lake Butler; the prohibition night, October 6. Rev. C. Cl": Cecil
J 1 'law prohibits here just as much .
\t\ If will be the evangelist. He will be as- :
fr j. ;'as'the law against stealing and other sisted by his son, who will conductthe

; illegal things. Some people think singing.D. at work dipping cattle. On Tuesday H. R. Brown purchased a Ford tour '

f ,that prohibition doesn't prohibit, and H., Moseley' roamed the streets they dipped 50 head of cattle and on ing car and drove it in gay style. On NEW PERFEGTnO

,that it is a failure if it does,not entirely of Jacksonville Monday. Wednesday they were still at the reaching Main street, Mr. Brown

i 'do.away with the sale of spirits Misses Rosa Byrd and Sarah Rivers work. halted and waved for a clear track. WICK BLUE FUA.ME r'

.';'lo law does that: We can say of Lake Butler, spent Saturday Mr. Elisha Wilkinson and little son, Everything ready and here he comes :

I I for'tbfa place that it is reduced to its and Sunday in Raiford. George, of Highland, were visiting at a fast speed. Just before reachingthe sibvj-

,lowest ,minimum.' The marshal gets I Mrs. Ada Baisden, of Starke, vis- Mr. George Wilkinson, of this. place, Brooker Pharmacy somethingwent OIL COOK

after the lawbreakers. ited relatives here Sunday. I Sunday. wrong and into a large oak tree We Carry a Complete Assortment of ,
'Mr:::Loadholtz is well established The singing class taught by.Messrs. Mr. Glen Crews, of Highland, was it plunged and smashed the machine ..J:,

'In, tk ':Shop lately occupied by Mr.Jones. Thorpe and Berry will come to a visiting on Clay Hill Sunday. badly. Fortunately no one was injured STANDARD OIL COMPANY'S

He has a very attractive place close Friday night They are prepar- Mass Vertie Woodward, of Jackson- but the car was entirely de NEW'PERFECTION 'Wj'CK r#

and he and his assistants are goonworkmen. ing a special program for that oc- ville, is visiting Miss Rosa Carter molished. Mr. Brown gathered the

casion. this week. small pieces together that night and BLUE ,FLAME OIL STOVE,,

The graduating class'of 1913 of the Miss Ruth Barcley, of Elarbee, was Mr. George Wilkinson, of Highland, thinks it possible to construct another .

Lake Butler High School held a pretty here Monday,.the guest of Mrs. Eva was visiting his parents Sunday,'Mr. car out of them. Everybody, rich -I- ) .
social at the,home of Mrs. J. D.. Whitten., and Mrs. Geo. E. Wilkinson. and poor, big and little old and -

,i Padgett last. Thursday. They. were 'Joe Dowling, more commonly call- Rev. James Strickland has been re- young, sympathizes with Mr. Brownin

i ; received by 'Miss' Padgett of South ed Bald'Joe,)was here Monday.Mrs. quested to preach at Evergreen the injury to his car. Mr. Brownis Is

., Carolina and Mrs. J. D. Padgett. The A. D. Andrews is very sick church Saturday and Sunday, as Rev.J. a young man, somewhat bashful,
t : home was tastefully'decorated in the at her home this week. We all hope E. Black is very sick. but when he gets his car together'the 1 Ma

school colors purple' and gold. For her speedy recovery. Quite a number of the people have girls say they will make him think it ,

'l'I' Amusing and unique games were the Rev. 0. K. Cull preached at the taken advantage of getting shinglesand is leap !I .

Methodist church Sunday, as the were hauling some Monday. year.NEW I I
I; order of the evening and, were indulged ,
II in until a late hour. True',to Christian church and Methodist uni- RIVER. .
.j her reputation: as a"hostess, Mrs. ted in a union meeting.W. LITTLE SPRINGS. Mr. Seals, of Hampton, was at New Ther&w.

I I Padgett 'served delightful refreshments S. Roberts and family spent the River Friday on business. Re

- 'f' ... at the close of the games. The day with Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Gordon. Picking cotton, gathering corn and (IMr. W. T. Turner made a business

members ol. the class present were Sunday. saving hay are the principal doings trip to Raiford Tuesday.The Best
,. I J. R. Touchton and family have around Little Springs. revival meeting at the Chris- r
Misses Jai, Alderman, Ruth Page, :
I. I Rhona McDonald and Mr. S. D. Pad- moved in the L. C. Smith house, recently -; The sing conducted by Mr. J. E. tian church at Long Bridge closed on .
I I Miss vacated by J. C. Crews. futch, at Sardis church was in reg- last Friday night. There were several
i gett Among guests were ?
Joel. McCormick, of Lawtey, at- ular session last 'Friday night and new additions to the church.
and Messrs. R. L. Green
I Inez Markey ,
I r tended church here Sunday. Saturday. Mrs. W. M. Parker went to Jack- :\
Bob Rivers and Malcolm Keiherd.
I J. E. Byrd and' family visited in Miss Katie Dubose departed for Ce- sonville Sunday to spend a few days
I Dr. Lee met with unfortunate Jacksonville Tuesday. dar Keys'last Monday.Rev. with relatives. One, Two, Three and Four Biirners l

I and painful accident on Monday.' He CoL D. E. Knight and Dr. 'J. P. 0. K. Cull made a flying'trip Miss Mae McKinney, of Lake But- Do your cooking, baking, roasting, broiling, toasting and ironing the
was assisting Dr. King in fixing the 'round on a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook Stove ''
Tomlinson from Starke here to ler, visiting'relatives around theN '
were en Tampa Monday, returning home on was
I chain on his automobile, when by The New Perfection Cook Stove satisfies every requirement of the iwife .
other the wrench Tuesday night in interest of the Lake Tuesday night w River settlement last week. and can be used continuously twelve months of the year and is
j t some means inflicteda, or, wound Butler Telephone Co. Mrs. D. L. Palmer, of Worthington Messrs. Bob Andrews and R. J. as satisfactory for all purposes of cooking and baking as any other r'r
'. slipped and painful Ernest Wells visited relatives in Springs, was laid to rest in Elzy's Turner: were among those who attended stove.'e I 4
l on his thumb just'above his' nail. Lake Butler Sunday.W. Chapel cemetery Wednesday morn- the hardshell meeting at Tru- With the New Perfection Cook Stove you secure tie widesi'ian,
Some"time, th :doctor fell from heat efficiency provided in oil stove on the market. A high-meow
I ': ago J. Epperson, of the State Prison ing., Mrs. Palmer, after being takento by Springs last Thursday.Mr. any
.;,, a spirited horse and was draggedsome Farm'near here, visited his family at a hospital in Jacksonville, was too Lex Green will leave this week or can low be flame instantly, providing secured.any degree of heat required for the work-to. bed,.3*

distance, inflicting a' severe laceration Lake Butler Sunday.T. weak to undergo an operation for tu- for Gainesville, where he will attend Full heat is secured at the moment of lighting without dust or -7'
: ,on his arm. He has only B. Wadley, who is connected mors and passed quietly away \ues-I the university. decided advantage over coal or wood stoves. The 'concentration heJt"

had time to get well and enjoy a with D.'C. Kinlaw & Co., here named day morning at 9 o'clock. She leavesa ;Miss Irma Andrews, Marie Parker the burners prevents overheating of t the kitchen in tuwmer' insuringform '"

whole.arm when this accident happened. moved his family from Jacksonville husband and several children, be- and ,Ernest Williams went to Truby comfort never before experienced. *..

'.- and will make this his home in the fu- sides many friends to grieve over her Springs to the hardshell meeting on All everything this makes that the any New other Perfection stove will a stove do, regardless of unusual of conveniencedoes fueL Ready:
Revs. 0. K. Cull and H. Logan
ture. death. last Sunday. moment of lighting. Can be turned high,-medium, lowjor out, as ,
spent Sunday at their respective Everybody is cordially "urged" to Rev. F. B. Johns, of Starke, has -another decided advantage over coal or wood stoves''!(Makes' no does
; churches.in,Raiford on Sunday morn- ENTERPRISE. come to Sunday school at Sardis on been called to the pastorate of the dirt Either with or without cabinet '; : .""
<, ingV At"night they had a union service next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. New River church for the ensuing The utmost satisfaction is assured to the housewife'in- '* the use of''

.a", the Methodist church.. Rev.Cclf Mr. and Mrs. A. Green, of JackSonville Carl Scaff departed Saturday morn: year.* stoves New and devices.Perfection Cook Book free to every purchaser- of a Nevi ;
F. speaking on the "Fatherhood of visited here the first of the ing to commence school at Enter- Mr. R. Turner was a visitor to Perfection Cook Stove. : ,
God/and the Brotherhood of Man." week. prise. Starke last Saturday afternoon. EVERYBODY .
; The sermon, was a good one. Mr. 0. J. Phillips and sister, Miss Look on the bright aide of life, for- Clyde Parker, of this place. is at- French chef. It suite tfc,* houaewife:
It suits the most exacting -
.Our.. Greek friend who runs the rcs.taurtnt Debbie visited relatives and friendsat get its ugliness, drop its unsightly tending the public school at Lake found in luxurious villas- n camps in farms-in tumble city bo J

: I was ,in Raiford on Monday. Theressa Saturday and Sunday.Mr. colors and cast into oblivion its re- Butler. Everybody uses it, everybody likes it. It is the all-around stove for a4t"

r ,He'secured I a building in which to Claude Alderman, of Lawtey, grettable incidents. iMiss Clara Agin, of Starke, spent year round. It bakes, broils, roasts and toasts as well ala coal :ran Ti.

'" i 1>>Pen up a business similar to.the one visited here Sunday.Mr. There's nothing like trying to be last week at New River with relativeSand !' : 'j'

t .''he. conducts here.. Sam Alderman, of Jacksonville, cheerful and wear a bright smiling friends. A. M. DARB. .\ ,'
I 'f The old wooden building' in the' visited here Sunday.We countenance. Mr. W. 'M. Parker was a business .

7 west end of'town has been pulled are sorry to report,the sick Remember that "Cheer" is the,spiceof visitor to Lake Butler last Friday. JOHNS' FURNITURESTARKE "Ca

t I down. It was already falling to ness of Mrs.' N. E. Norman, who is life. .. Messrs. Lloyd and Lex Green were FLORIDA .. and to life and ill We for her business visitors to Starke one day of 4 ----
pieces, was a menace very hope a speedyrecovery. -
..i limb.. BROOKER last week. /-'

v't" ';'eri: 0- L. Thorp and Berry, of The farmers here are busy,gathering Miss Evelyn Crews was visitingher -. <
&f'*'*, h" **the. Perry music'publishing house, of, -their corn'-crop, which is fine. Rev. L.,:W.. Kickliter filled.his regular aunt, JrIra-Jim"Jottof Worth'
Chattanooga, will arrive in Lake But- Mr. C. C. Scan, of Little Springs,/, appointment here Sunday. ington Springs last week.. jLl
egan: his term of school here Mon. Mr. M. P. Matheny has lately purchased .Mr. Earl Whittier, of Conner
with good attendance.. a grist and meal mill and Bridge, seems to have found some-
day a
h IJW Hess and Roul come out the otheinight will fa in position to give anyone satisfactory thing very interesting over about Laundo

There' are some people who still resort to claim the belt for coon hunt. work, therefore, Mr. Math- Long Bridge, for he has been spend- Charlie Tom Hand
: to.dragger or alcoholic syrups to, ing. We do not whether they got t L eny wishes to solicit your trade. ing some of his leisure time three,
: :: nervousness or genera' Mr. C. A. Berry, of Jacksonville, for the past month. Go ahead Mr.
not to date ,
coon or They
, t v debitttr, and who know that the pure Monday Sept.28.. |
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nadnumted ntvrishaunt in SCott'> six and Miller and had tel: was in town Tuesday.Mr. EarL ,
} i Emulsion is eminently better,but refrain\ or twelve. Who gets the belt' O. W. Barry, a prominent Everybody seems to have the subject Hand. frice Right;;
'., iron taking it because they fear-it may farmer who lives three miles west) of of war on their minds these All Kinds of Work' Done by .

% ...,, lead'+"lIUa to ba excessive mistaken fat ides or'obesity.,because Seott'i_ jl' CLAY HILLs here, came near losing his eyesightMr days. Roan Turner says that he is. Corner Thompson and Jefferson Sts }; Starke, r*

B1 1aioIt6ntsUeDgtheDathebodybdon _. Barry, through a mistake, put studying about soiling meat next n r.----.s::
i making flesh Its*blood-forming proper;' Mrs. H, B.' Hudson and Mrs. H. J. some poison in his eyes instead ol year. 'We believe he is wise for the services. in the:'Method'ehurtV. *
aid nature to throw off ticVnfse bjbttOdiaff HAMPTON. ro.f
tin health from its very source anclesh I Taylbr visited their sister' Mrs.L. C, eye solution. meat question is among one of 'the Sarday morning ,'at eleven S.a't*1
is fanned only by its ,. Carter, Sunday. The automobile craze at Brookerreached leading problems and one of the best ,' if'-
SCOTTY will conduct JheVenin ;- .nI ;
'Avosdakobolk t.t1tnb* 'Mr.David Lang and sons are noi r I its climax last Friday. Mr. products that a,farmer can raise. Rev. Holmes Logan seven-thirty H :
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