Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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1879. Subserfptiott-Per Year, $1.50; ;SIx Months' 75 Ceats. Payable In Advance :::::::. ?' \

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.r : 'tfXXVI. SJARKE, FLORIDA, Friday,. October 2nd, 1914. NUMBER 13.. 1

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;' ;: t-ffilY, ,,' URGES 'CARE, -. ABOUT FIRES by Bomb :* OF 1914-1915 OPENED' :.' I *: .

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: Stress Placed Upon + WILL' RESIGN. + aY o l
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+ PEACE CONFERENCE Resolution of Thanks to Pnif.l
+ :
lal Responsibility + ----- +. B. B. Lane Unanimous- >
30. Dispatches
Washington, Sept }
bt'' For Fires. + 4 :M + -Zacatecas, Sept. 3d.-General + : i i
+ the Constitutionalists ly
reaching Adopted.
4. + Villa, his staff and the committee + ::1:
here from the +
+ i
Fire Prevention Socie- # appointed in Mexico +
+ of Mexico tonight reported + Starke's new 30,000'school
in view of city + reached house j
1 i to emphasize, Zacatecas late today +
f that Carranza would tender his + j was formally dedicated-on .
Monday -
'-ate condition existing in + and completed arrangements for + .
for absolute + resignation as first chief, to the + +_ conference September, 28, and school? .was,opened
e necessty a to be held in an ef- + j ?
convention'tomorrow.He will not + I i m-the'new'building with
.,.. appropriate
to r + fort :
and especial care prelaiarIn { : to settle the differences be- '
+ await the outcome of the peace + exercises. i ,
and +
every mercantile tWc r VilIa and Carranza. +
establishment in the + conference which is about to be- + + Representatives of the two fac- + The. opening exercises were held ;in ;

ptber it be in full or partial + gin Zacatecas. + t4i + tions met in. :1D.ally today and + ,the large and comforfable auditorium ,

or entirely closed down, andprp'puticulariy + It is nndcr stood here that the + .- + apparently the best' of feeling + f of the building! which has a .seating I I .j
the individual convention .will delay action on + : : + I capacity of 500, and, the attendance ,
,. prevailed. It is planned to hold + I
for preventable fires of + Carranea's resignation and take # \4i + the first conference session was: so large that many persons were
to- +
+ no' steps toward establishing a + ; if 1 ; + morrow. .+ I I compelled to stand. The'ltage vras. 1
+ : .
ifttfc plants ready to resume opera- + new provisional government till + A joint statement issued today+ artistically decorated for the occasion i
+ something comes from the peace + o Y '. A large flag was draped the i"
FloriiiBl yz + over '
capacity -
i wi&uniinpaired; expressed the hope of both sides + proscenium'areh.
conference. + I This flag was ,
commanding posi- + that pre
an agreement would be +
; oecnpy + 'In ftfleial+ and diplomatic circles + I sented to the school by Dr. and .Mrs. .
mfci tfceeomm rce. of the world up- M ,. breached without further bloSdfshed. + '' !
+ it is believed that the Zaca- + \ E. T. Campbell f. -
of hostilities Europe + "
t tecas/eonferencc will 'end Villa's + I I The school opened this with
1 + year
.ducts,,lumber, naval stores .tyr l r a bFvY: C +
hate, win be in immediate- + revolt by approving of hie choice x & ATTACK..SALTILLO. + l the largest enrollment of pupils 'inI

and at ,higher price levels + of Fenaado Calderon as the Provisional + : i:: + ----- #I I I the history of the institution and ;is
+ President and that this + I in 'charge of an unusually and
M iim ever heretofore prevailed El Paso, Sept .30.-Villa's +
+ action: wffi be followed by Cal + Y9a efficient faculty. The members 'of "* y
therefore that +
jjerattve, every w troops have attacked Saltillo, de- +
from I.* d ron's election by the Mexico + ; of the faculty'are as.follows:
and +
protected the
nueryed spite
6 to arrangements for the + -
1 + convention. + Principal, A.. D. Kean.
city .
inerr +
damage by fire if our peace conference with Carran- + a
= + Reports that Calderon had refused + First assistant principal/Mbs Notre '
would +
asi8 manufacturers reap za representatives, according to +
,*.profit > + to accept the provisional + "r .. + an anouncement today by Villa's +i J I M. Johnson. t
y '
+ I r Second : "
denied officials assistant
r Banta and manufacturers ,* presidency were by -< + agents. They declare their infor- + principal, S. :S. p

SMI* it appoint to drive these + here. + + mation came directly from their Dowling. : l

riMM pi the mind of the individ- + T y i_ .' .. + eastern representatives. + Eight grade, Miss Elsie Schneider.' J
+ Seventh gradeMiss Estelle M
T Tison. !
fferM to see.that all rubbish + 'f }

MaBable material of every **.**. 11111111111111. **. *** vi ix ...++ IIIIIII.IIIII+.+++. 'Sixth grade: Miss, Lily Crosby.

taken'care'' Fifth grade, Miss: Selma Johns. ,
'properly of love with blanks i
| I most chaining story some flowery talker, os by gorgeous Fourth grade, Miss Bessie Tribble. .
I carelessly swept into piles or
Mt. i to be filled in with the names of trees.Kiss \
r{ colored handbills that are some times I Third grade, Miss JMaev Fripp. i
( to become fire ;
corners a
Weh o under conditions Kelly was the fortunate winnerof EFFORTS OF ALLIES BEGINNING TO circulated through the country adver- I Second grade,' Miss Blanche Patti .-
e proper the pretty cut glass bon bon dish, i shall ;
: tising some old junk sale, and nine .
dfitfep a jai agaration.
which she gracefully' presented to times out of,ten the oWner of the sale First grade, Miss Emma Darby.. .; '
trust in "flreG
but;pot yor' a .
fc ffig--youT responsibility Miss Johna. SHOW,: EFFECT ON GERMAN RIGHT stock is unable to give it away in his Primary principal, Miss Olive:Ray. :,
A short program was given. Miss hOJDe'viCinity. The following "
ai program ren:
k in wooden strucasaa
T great as a -
Peek rendered instrumental
gays a faultlessly Last'yeai Brooker was the .scene dered: -*" }

selection. ,Miss Louise of one of these junk sales 'Opening'remarks Prof. A. D. Kean. ,' 'i
dangerous and of t
or.not as the Bessent sweetly, "My Dear," and London, Sept. 30.-The allies are having sought refuge in the Carpath "
sang hcourse
the owner waslibetal'ytronized ) Scripture lesson nd'prayer, ,Rev.E J'
lea4 u 1-it"ht'lrholly tans' ** _. .pa :
little all
Miss Florence Andrew.charm= using possible'strength' in an effort "
of Ae business. .It is the owing .to the .cheapness, of L.'W.'Kickttter. .J... feSong C = 'f"., 11
ed and delighted every one with a to turn the German right wing his goods but I think "Come Thou .u : 10-
off Ys. sr& i Jap ,Victory. ,, from what I Almighty Ming.'V ,, : I
fire in perfect rendition .of: "I'd Love to and force it from its line of communication heard from the' majority of the pea Address, Rev. W. A. Ferrell. ".. '' J'. ,
your,pixels New York, Sept SO. The East and
Live in Loveland. S
iaVour.home. A delicious salad with through Belgium. There is West< bureau announced the. receipt ple who bought they were stung,on Address, Prof.. A., D. Kean.. -,: i 1.;

pssptd to pu\ fires out before tea' served the course salad being jced in evidence that this movement is beginning of a cable from Tokio saying that on every side, and maybe. a'few times in Song "Star' Spangled. Banner. : :
was '
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6s.eoui'eiigerads; all fires are I September 28 the Japanese fleet of middle. # i fi
to have an.effect and unless *
plat ,
"I iiM: the?start and fiftyfii' chrysanthemum cups.' 1 gunboats and marine advanced I'wish to relate one little instance Address, Hon: W. N. SheatsV'state: ;i 'j :.
corps '
I Miss Griffin received her guests in something unforseen happens this superintendent Instruction. "
: Jos* is prtventa- toward the Laoshan Heights,. eighteen happened during the week'of the : public i i'I h
a lovely trick of white lace fashioned portion, of the German army must sale last year. A certain'young man At the 'conclusion the regular!" "f : L 1 i
over blue measaliae with of miles from Tsing Tan, and land .
:riot et my business" doesn't a girdle fall back on'to another defensive line. ed marines. ,The latter'occupied the of oar wn purchased a pair of trousers program the following resolution*wa*" '. S
w'iteai same.' from' the sale, and at once wenthome introduced and unanimously! "'adopted1> j': .,
Every fire is French
yoIt..a."crimp" ar Miss Johns The official report says that outer edge of the harbor, captured e -
in '
was lovely pink crepe and donned himself in his lew by the 'large audience and school'' ;t
rjnv your de ehin with foundation and girdle of the action continues to develop in the four Krupp field guns, four field wagons "
"Whereas the *
\ garments. .,And with a twoforfivecent history' of the constrnction -
I and much ammunition left by
f-wfll.cover. but a small satin." northward. .This indicates that, the the cigar in the corner of his'mouth, of this splendid Starke lUgh' '-'t ( ; 1:,

i'of yew MM if you have a fire. Those Invited were: French left must be pushing toward enemy. marched.down the street Upon reaching I School building develops the fact'that '- -;

is but a''partial payment, Mesdames. J. W. Andrews, Sr., J. Cambrai, as it was near Albert yes- MRS. R. M. TILLER. the corner at the Brooker Phar in the past the Starke Board of Trade< ; lJ}

HtoalV ; ii W. Andrews, Jr., Lizzie Johns, A. V. terday. The Germans admit\that they macy he stopped to chat with some I in discussing ways and'means' of ss- 'J!,} W

i prevention is.a matter of clean Long,"R. A. Weeks, J. E. Wilson, B. have been unable to arrest the ad- ,It,was with the meat profound sor of his friends, who were seated on..1 f I' curing a new school building; appointed "i

Ilid, carefatness. in the individ3ELUNEOUS C. WilHs, toy Turner, 0. W. Alvarez, vance of the French against their row-that it was learned .her of the box talking about the, cheap'goods a committee to find and report a |' ; ,

Y W. S. Graham, H. C. Richard W. H. right 'and right front, and reports i death of!Mrs. Robert M. Tiller, that over at the sale. After standing fora way. -V '-* fi I

Phillips, and Joe Edwards. Misses from both sides agree that the-allies occurred Saturday morning, Septem- few minutes. on.e boy asked him 'to ."On this 'committee'was, a ,former J\!:,.-l II

.. SHOWER Thelma Johns.Ruth Wainright, Onie have the advantage. her 26, at Baconton, Georgia, where have a seat and down he flopped honored principal of said school. Undor -';; :

'p ti.. Edwards, Anita Wells, Lois, and I I In the center from Rheims to the she had,resided for some. time. Not realizing that the morning sun! I his'active energy as a.member.V-: 1 I t?:

eaday'afternoon 'Miss'Thel'S Louise Peek, Susie, Myra and,E rima j i Meuse river the armies apparently I She was before her marriage Miss had drawn the tar out of the fat box said Board of Trade,'committee,'tir.3'"-ii: .-C\ ft:

laterrteitained( t Darby; Jeannette, Matthews, Louise ;: which he about to sit he sat l afterward, as Chairman of the "* .
daightfully.a I I are awaiting the outcome of the fighting I I I Eva Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. on was esiej- '; I P !
shower in honor f Bessent, Florence Canova, Clara down. After sitting down he pullednp f cutive committee of the state ednca i i :; {
o on the wings, as there has been a L. B. Powell, formerly of Starke, but \ ,
:Shed Johns, of Alachua'(.Sloitb, Kathleen Alvarez, Lillian Ca- lull in the battle there. Between Ar- I I now living in Alachua, and was rear his new trousers to expose his sale | tional asgociation, a campaign..wha'.: V.;; ] 1 t4{ <.

mardace.to Mr. A. J. Wil- 's'on, Lucile Freeman Cassie White, gonne and the Meuse and in the Woe- ed to young womanhood here, where sox, which, I presume, were about the j successfully planned and resulted i Ii'W.*-* i "-

.!,that city, will be an inter Col-son J vre region there has' been most severe she was known and loved by|all. She color Joseph's coat jthe'I amendment cf the state constitu'-*?'".' S [ .

e gstofthc' .- 6th inst.f |I fighting. Iii Lorraine provinceand eras a consistent and devoted member In a few minutes one of the boys 'tion enabling: local sub-school di4 '.* '"* I' "I

tt ve home was charming- Hilla Farnell; Mesdames A. M. Petit; in the Vosges mountains the sit of the Baptist church and beingan suggested that they have a drink, so trios to levy, by vote of the reoph' :,,a' ;i.4[

fed;for tie happy occasion't iF. Y. ,Smith'and C. A. Williams/of uation is unchanged. I I accomplished musician was always this young Brooker dude attempted to 1 more. than three miIsFfor school pot; : ;! : ',.

odo3 motif being pink and green I Alachua Miss Ottie Gray, of GainesVille I(I The Russians continue. to sweep.[willing to lend her talent, and aid get up, and. what do you think happened I I pose: '. -. .\"'1, Nt
' ?parlor ,librnry and drawincrysanth ; ,Miss Marguerite Shriver, of I II ? when he "This amendment has resolted.'ira" '
i through i I Galicia and they have only a wherever it was needed and her sunny Why, arose and I r,
Brooker, and Mrs. L. U. Reynolds, of little farther to go to take the rail- J I I smile and happy disposition endeared looked around he'Saw to lis horror !not only the: constructioi of this 'k f,

to4 etherywith coral vine, fiver e Tampa. way running from the Sandes thru I her to all with whom she.,came in the whole seat of his new SALE t building, bet'of many'others through-: '; .. Ji;

tibcfallr intermingled wit] the mountains to Lublin; thence thru !I i contact trousers sticking to the box on whichhe out the state. ,I, F tJ4
i I A CALL TO PRAYER.' the heart of the country to Budapest. The body was carried to Alachoa sat. Consequently this sport had '1 "We, as a community and as teachers -. ., ". <

. Itiv4oase was lighted wit h! for interment 'where funeral services to go home in a flour barrel with both and.pupils, acknowledge that we -' -i, !

aliahite eagdles and their sofi President Wilson has issued a call'I Situations Satisfactory. were held Sunday afternoon from the ends knocked out {especially,,and also the state at large;: ii, '"

er *ueed the natural beau, for prayer that strife may end ands Paris Sept ; .-The official communication residence cf Tier parents. She is survived So the reader can ready: see what owe thanks and! unstinted praise to//: : t'r__

f ttergeias.Th punch bowl wae I these cheap sal cf junk will get the said member the Starke Board | ', '
peace prevail in nations now at war. :: tonight dsclares that the by a voted husband, mother 3 you 11'I :

\: zrr ball and gracefg m .October 4 is the day specify :I.I general. situation is satisfactory. No I ard father and two brothers, Mr. L1JI into if you patrorize the i. Ini I! Trade and former principal and .! :

': Z by Mi4s Florenc e !Therefore, we have important changes his taken place on crux B. Powell, Jr., of Alapaha, f.a., Ard worst of silL vrj m to witisssr.rcther rfiairam 'of .the executive coramltteei] : '''' ?

f'I, 4 8atblesn Alvzrcz.x. I will no preaching the front except south of Wouvri-, and Mr. 0. B. Powell Ciba, Fla.. ors; cf Ursa: jurV srles in our cf the rt?t? educational association,. %r' '

ugi ash 'as laid Kith "a services next KarAiy; morabjf, where the allies have occupied Si ch- lysid numerous other relatives: and i little town that be;ir.s October 1 and: Prof. B. Bv Lane." :-f ,',] ?
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' t Cloth azd cestere d October 4, in the Christian: church, perry 'and rdvanced as far as the friends. I think it, ray dtv ti :warn the coed ; i :f' f.

".Y. sa arix Bement of coTt ral but we will meet with our other brethren sicpca of Rupth Do Mad. I Th" floral offerings were many ardbeautiful : reople of ny vicinity to watch out, DEATHOFMRS.D..E.COL. :" 1
: fort is a1! of thc.sh ?
$' at the Baptist cfcrch at 11 A. M., a lovely tribute to one i
::0't tda.p eetagon window, life wns in goods, rnd I cannot imagine why a :; : \ r t
;. Sunday to observe No News Received in Berlin. I whose short young spent f '
....,". d been erec a day cf prayer.d -: happiness and sunshine taI person shonld sacrifice'his hard csracd Winmford C. CoIIaisr, wife of : 'ii r ; "
".".. We Berlin, Sept 30. No:! official news jriving ,
I, ;f'Whito, pink rn cannot properly' pray that God from the western battlefield has ben I I those about her. morej for this old junk, when he Mr. D. .E. Collins,, died at'her homey ," t "I
,: of which be with us. We car and ,foil value'for his money b oW
, :1 w as should.praythat : can ret Wauchula'Tucfday( ..
here Ther.owspapers
'j. received since yesterday.: m .Septembsr: ,29. ; ",
.,1..' a. ef t:>!y'.pink an d we be with Cod. We cannot I JUNK SALE BROOKER, patronizing Lis home merchant ; .
aththn properly have not been informedby iller body WIII brought to Stance and '1 1 ft :1
the kri rile .Res dfully, f -
Cod :
J pray that \
4 i :,h ,,lli en blip be with tho warring their correspondents: regarding thecnagem'ents Experience Of A A HAS-BEEN CUSTOMEPw.ToHViNCE laid to rest in Crosby cemetery Wed; :::. t' ")_
iTk and the details not Mortifying I
; hosts, bct'we'caa and should are
!Jrcsday morning. _
the cou \ T< funeral scni- ;j. : 4 t
: known here.'Archduke. Young Man Last Year.Editor .
pray that they with I HIM.
:; ea and Elizabp Cod'. and at in the home'in'Wan-
I tees were held '
r't r Ferdinand of Austria, ; ,', ; {
'dreamed in wiii such tinv at they ell di i'I
to God ia
cy RH chela. !
commander. of the Austrian forces, Telegraph: .
C'bbons, rollcd'inr a heart and will TJ joa have cmething you.want tic > ': :j
r purpose they tins com? in the army ordars today ,declared a FIe allow: me space in'YOm' honorable I Mrs. Collins was lava zt Yulee .Oc- it '
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; d into harmony with OTHER FELLOW to have, "Get
:1 one another and A-W ard great victory-was imminent for the follo-vin: .
into b paper tuber 28,1874, and when four years cf : '
'EST a fig peace will rcn.We in"the German western camp, accord- It seems as though every ttirrc tin' Word", to him waS our advice'to you moyed'with
.liiF many bea age her parents' tot ,
;1 1"o' n. will have our Sanday r.i1itpreaching ing_ to a Vienna dispatch. someone wishes to ridShemrelves oft in our last mesS,. But now that he i
jJ, Rhich w ere service at'7 P. M. Starke, where she lived for a nnmiher m'
and the ekcwherr :
bride's. 1n my something that people Iniows it, may be he d :sn'i, want i ;: :
. qI' }" an y topic will be "The Law and Christ.' Galicia Cleared of' Austrian I refuse to have,they flock to Broke Then have to make him want i of }.ears.: She fosirrived by beta y!\ J ..i l i"

' b Our prayer. meeting' Wednesday London, Sept 20.-The Rome correspondent Why? Because Brooker is the busiest you t't mother, Mrs.: C. E. Keith, time broth- .,I,; .

; verses, several of this wek had an attendance of 24 of the Exchange Telegraph little town of its size anywhere in you must make Pi him believe he ers, Messrs, II. A., B. J. and. O.fJ. ; .

<,"' j y witty and in spite of the'rain.. Prayer meeting Company says ,'itj I is officially the entire country. And I am sure set iltmg wiinout it, and don't let up Farmer,,one .sister, .,* Mrs. Mary C.. 1..( .'",
a'; next Wednesday night will begin at until he has it. Wingate, her husband, one son jmdi r' _
I Contest whidpwas announced in the Petrograd advices that we have some of just as eood -it; ,. '
'" *"*' I 7 P.M. that the Austrian province of Galiciais ard intelligent people as you will find You can do this, Mr. Merchant, with i two dau hters.,The )bt! and* and three./'\,:.. .j <. "!

d:\. guest -waj II ERNEST HOUSE, completely' cleared Austrians: anvr here in the statei\ convincing copy in the advertising columns sors accompanied the remains ..to'. .;,. .' t

.:#......,- ;Wet written a Minister, Christian, Church. the last remnants of ttlie Austrians But sometimes they are misled by of the Telegraph.-! Starke."ii ". ,,',. ;
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i '' trouble to become chronic. Begia taking ,
Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable ALL CROPSINDEPENDENT

; ; : r FISH LAW IS ASKED. I II Facts About Its Rapid Growth I Its way togredienfc on the weakened feting in womanly a gentle constitu, natural Write for Catalogue .

; :, And Progress. tioa. You run no risk in trying CarduLIt II I

.i t : I has been helping weak women back to ',A .
: .i That the Fish Protective Associa-I ing of fish (except for bait) shall Clay Hill is a vincinity so named l health and strength for more than 50 .$

: tion of Florida with headquarters at have the standard 1 1.2 inch mesh It wffl At all dealers. :i.'T .
because of its abundance of clay subsoil years. help you.

': ; I Welaka, this county, will make a determined I wire, hoop.nets shall have a mesh of ranging from ,ten to forty feet Write to: Chattanooca AMMae Co.. Ladlts 1
,. 4 1-2 inches raw material Purse nets Advisory.Be*, Chattanooga Tewi., for BvaialNKnMtMMMyour FERTILIZER '
I t' effort to secure the passage shall be classed as bottom nets. through, as an average. The land is out" and 64-page book HUM
wtaeM far asses sent 1ft IIWa Wl'lDDII' Efri.8
t of a general State law for the protection ; Section 5. All licenses as herein very fertile and is located in Clay JACKSONVILLE FLA. ;
i i' of the great fishing. industry of shall be issued ,
provided as providedby :
. I county, three 'miles east of Highland, j
; Florida, is evidenced by the following law for other licenses. NOTICE OF ELECTION. WE SELL SEED POTATOES 'fi ;j j1

i, ; bill-, which will be introduced at the Section 6. All licenses for fishingas and one on the of the north prongof WHEREAS the legislature of 191S under :/ I
next session of the legislature: herein provided for shall be paid Black Creek, \which stream flows: the constitution of 1885 of the state of FlorIda -

i, A Bill Entitled. before any fishing is done. from Kingsley lake. amendments did pass three to joint the constitution resolutions proposing of the-

I' .An act for the protection of freshwater Section 7. The licenses issued shall There are several farmers of the state of Florida and the same were agreedto Acute Indigestion.'
by a vote of three-fifths of all the members -
; food fish in this state; to prescribe be a non-rustable tag, and shall show real American type who are all ener- elected t oeaeh house; that the votes on "I was annoyed for over a

j a closed season thereforjto; pro the kind of net used under said license getic and industrious, which makes, said respective Joint resolution Journals, with were the entered yeas upon and their nays attacks of acute indigestion :

I \ ; !{ hibit the transportation or posses-I date and year for which issued up a lovely neighborhood. During,the thereon, and they, did determine and direet by constipation," writes Mrs.
that the said Joint resolutions be submitted to j I
," : I sion of food fish during amount of said license and shall past four years this community has the electors of the state at the general election Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I

f dosed, seasons; to prescribe licenses :I be attached to said net when used in added several new enterprises, which in November 1114. erything that was
I' Now, therefore, I. H. Clay Crawford secretary -
t for residents and non-residents, to ,I fishing, placed on land end of said means much for the. future success of state of the state of Florida do me for,this complaint but

t prescribe the length, sizes and kinds ;I and progress. Farming machinery, hereby give notice General'that Election a me much good until about 4

I ., I of nets or fishing devices; kinds of: net.Section 8. Where the word personis which economizes the expense of la- win be held in each county in Florida on ago I saw Chamberlain's '
I Tuesday next succeeding the first in !
license tags and exhibition of same: used in this act it is intended to bor, is constantly being installed. Im- November. A. D. 1914, the said Tuesday Monday being vertised and procured a bottle

; Fixing penalty for failure to comply : mean person, persons, partnership or provements on roads are surprisingand theflied Day .f November tablets at my druggist. I soon i

I wit hthe provisions of this act. I partnerships, corporation or corpora- the Clay Hill wooden, bridge is for the ratification or rejection of the said ized that' I had gotten the right

Be it enacted by the legislature of. tions. one of the modern type. Farmersare joint constitution resolutions of the proposing state of amendments Florida vis.to:the ,!I for they helped me at once.

the .State, of Florida: I I Section 9. Any person guilty of economizing in various ways as A hint Itwhtin : taking two bottles of them I !

i Section 1. From and after the passage violating the provisions of this act never before. For instance, there (6)Proposing. of Article an Eight Amendment((8), of the to Section constitution Six heartily without any bad

;i of this act, it shall be unlawful shall be deemed guilty of a misde- has been more hay cut and harvestedthis of the. state of Florida, relating to county officers. Sold by all dealers. I

.,' ; ; for any person or persons;co-partner- meanor and upon conviction fined not year than ever before. This will Be it resolved by the legislature of the state
t ship corporation or corporations to of Florida: I ++++ 11111111111111 ++
exceeding $500.00 or not more mean much progress in the commer- That the following amendment to Section I 1.
catch, transport, or be in possession six months in the discretion of the cial outlet of the finance for the Six (6), of Article Eight (8), of the 8OnstJ.tutlon +

t- of any fresh water food fish, as herein court. farmers. Many other things which and of shall the state be submitted of Florida to is the hereby electors agreedo of SEABOARD TIME TABLE.he

specified, between the following Section 10. All laws and parts'of would fail us to say of the same the state at the general election to be held on -

months: Closed season for shad, from laws, in conflict with this act, are character, but all of this we almost for the ratification first Tuesday or rejection in November: A. D. 1914, + ( following schedule

1 ',to December 1 of Section. The legislature shall provide for in effect
April any year; hereby expressly repealed. lose sight of when we view the new now :
he election by the qualified electors in each
dosed season for herring, from April.' Section 11. This act shall become and complete dipping vat just erected eotnty of the following county officers: A + No. 3, Jacksonville to
1 to December 1 of dosed Clerk of the Circuit Court. a Sheriff. Consta- due at Starke 11:02 A.
, any year; operative immediately upon its approval by Mr. Davis Lang and sons. This ties, a County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Collator pa
{ season.for mullet, from November 1 by the governor. enterprise means a great increase in a Superintendent of Public Instruction + No. 1, Jacksonville to

.. to January of any year; for all oth- For years Florida has had a superfluity stock for this community, as it cer- office and of all a county County'' officer Surveyor.mentioned The term in this of pa, dae at Starke 11:14 P. }

: + food fish from May 1 to September section shall be for four except that + No. 15 Jacksonville to
er of local fish ,laws, and today tainly does away with the tick and years 1 ,
of Assessor of Taxes
County and County Tax
I i 1 of any year. about every county on the St. Johns tick fever, lice and other pests which fclleetor, who shall be elected for two yean 1 + dar Key,, due at Starke : '

1 J' Section 2. No person.shall deliver river has its own special laws on the heretofore have been such a drawback rear until A.at the D. 116.general when election and to after be which held in they the 1 + P. M.

I i or receive for transportation any subject. The result has been damages and menace to stock raising here. hall be elected for a term of four yean. : + No. 4, Tampa to
! other receptacle containing Their powers, duties and compensation shall ; + ville due at Starke 3:49 P.
J package or, ing to the great fish industry, inflicting This county affords good pasturagefor be prascr&wd by law. The legislature shall ,
C r ;; t food fish, unless it is labeled on a hardship upon the fishermen all kinds of stock, and thus this provide by law for the care and custody of + No. 2, Tampa to

the adddress side in plain Utters with and destroying the very fish the law will be a great help toward the rais- all reporting county funds and and paying shall out provide all such the methodof funds. t ville, due at Starke 4:54 A. I!

the name and address of the owner was supposed to protect. With a gen- ing of fine bred stock. Provided. County Treasurers elected in Genral + No. 14, Cedar Key to
Electio nhtld in 1914 shall hold offiee for
f or consignor and with the kinds of eral law, dealing with equal justice to The writer is very much gratifiedover he term elected.A + sonville, due at Starke : ,

t ', fish which such package, box or J'e4 each and every county, and really affording the community's growing condition Proposing an Jeiat Amendment BcMhtfoa to Section 16 + A. M.

I ceptacle contains, or falsely such protection to the fish, thereby and certainly invites good people of Article IV of the constitution of the state !

f package, box or receptacle or deliver tending to foster one of the great na who wish to live among good pea of eommiuioned Florida relating oIBeell of to the the state appointment militia: of Starke and Wannee :

i or receive for transportation or to tural resources of the state, a better ple and in the midst of a prosperous* Belt resolved by the legislature of the state + -
of Florida
I I i transport any food fish which may be condition would prevail, as needed en- heighborhood, to come here to seek That the :following amendment to Section No. 101 leaves' Starke : f
caught or had in possession during 11 of Article IV of the constitution of the + A.M.
couragement and protection would be their homes.: I am sure you will fan- State of Florida b hereby agreed to and shall
t the closed season, asherein provided, thus afforded an industry that shouldbe cy ,the future outlook for prosperity be submitted to the electors of the state for No. .104 arrives at
of law. shall adoption or rejection at the next general 2:45 P. !
in violation .Nor
t ; any recognized as one of Florida's if you will come and see and look for pleetion hereafter: that is to ..y, that Sec- M.
person be in possession of any food greatest assets.-Palatka Times-Her- ion 16 of Article IV shall be amended so as +
I yourself.
to read as follows: t! |
fish, as herein provided, during the ald. "..' > Section 16. The governor shall apop'nt all + Limited Trains
closed season, except as hereinafter NEIGHBORLY ADVICE. onmissioned officers of the state militia, in- + --
luding an adjutant general for the state
;' provided. tarts ltd Sans, Otlir liMtlu Mast Can with rank of brigadier general, who shall be No. 9, Jacksonville to 1"i.)1

Section 3. Licenses for residents The worst cases no matter of how long standing, Freely Given By a Starke Citizen. of chief all of officers staff. so The appointed duties and shall compensation be as fixed + pa, due at Starke 12:51 P.
1 # of arc cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.Porters b of all .ommisioned + No. 10 to '
and non-residents and kinds nets y law. The terms of offiee Tampa

or divers, shall be as follows: I I Pain and Heal Antiseptic at the Healing name tuna OiL 2Sc.It GOc.relieves LOOL When one has suffered tortures .ontitaoous officers: during of the the organized pleasure militia of the shall gover-be + vole, due at Starke 6:101! \ ;

Residents Kind No. Amt. from a bad back and found relief nor; ubject to such laws as.mat be enacted + T. J. Griffin, Agent. :
hy the legislature providing for their retire-
; 1 Seine or gill shad 1 $ 5.00 s'PeYUna.Cured MeI i from the aches and pains, that per- ment for age or other causes.A .

> 1 Pound net herring 1 5.00 son's advice is of untold value to their Proposing an Joint amendment Resolution.to Section One of ++++1111111II11111 ++

1 Seine for herring 1 5.00 friends and neighbors. The following Artiele V of the constitution relating to the

.... 1 Gill net for mullet 1 2.50 : : s I neighborly advice comes from a resident ud-ciary.Be it resolved by the legislature of the state ORDER OF PUBLICATION.In !!

'. 1 Seine 350 yds for of Starke. of That Florida the :following amendment to Section ford the County Circuit Florida Com for la f ; J!

other food fish.__ 1 5.00 Mrs. J. L. Warren, Water street, One of Article V of the constitution is here- eery.D. .
am by agreed to and shall be proposed and submitted C. Klnlaw. et a),
., 1 Seine 350-800 yds r.p Starke, Fla., says: "I had kidney to the electors of the state for approval Complainants
for other food fish 1 10.00 >.. taw ,y;, trouble and suffered constantly from or rejection at the next general election hereafter vs. ::
glad Ideal American Corporation, et al
that b to say, said Section One of )
1 Seine 800 yds or l.y backache and dull pains across my said Article shall be amended so as to read Defendants.
Order For Publication.
follows .
as i
.. II over for other food towqq loins. I didn't rest well at night, and Section 1.: The judicial power of the slate Aa to defendants. William B.
fish _____________ 1 15.00 in the morning felt tired and worn hall be vested in a supreme court circuit eph M. Thomas Martin V. Smith.
Lane, J. B. Earl. J. C. Eddy
courts eourt of record of Eseambia county
1 Hoop or wire net 1 .10 tell out. My back was often so lame criminal courts county courts, county judges Pitts J. D| McLemore, W. R. Lane
": NonKinds No. of and justices of the peace and such other courts McCall and 3. B. James. !
t. that t could The
hardly get about. or commissions as the legislature may from It appearing by affidavit duly filed
Residents of Nets Nets Amt. kidney secretions caused me i time to time ordain and establish. The leg- residence is unknown of each of the
f shad $100.00 ,, annoy- slatnre may prescribe the compensation of the ants, William B. Lukens Joseph H.
) 1 Seine or gill, ance. I read of Doan's Kidney Pills ustiees and judges of the several courts, but Martin V. Smith, Samuel C. Lane. J. B.
1 Pound net for her- no court heretofore established under the constitution I. a Eddy, Thomas W. Pitta, J. D.
'' and finally got a box at Mitchell'sDrug more, W R. Lane. Francis L IleCall
o 1 ring _____________ I 25.00 r .r Store. Since using them I abolished.and laws of Florida shall be hereby B. James and it further appearing .
1 Seines for net her- The votes east in compliance with said proposed order shoib4 be made;
have not had any backache and my amendments, and the declarations It is hereby ordered that each of }
ring ____________ 1 100.00 have been and returns thereof, shall canvass be subjected- fendants William B. Lukens Joseph M.
fc ": kidneys stronger.
u, Martin V. Smith. Samuel C. Lane.
1 Gill nets for mul- to the same regulations and restrictions as are ,.
?.el J Eddy Thomu WMcLemore Pit.
L Reendorsement.On provided by law for general elections in the ,
B.: 'L' i
let .. 1 25.00 tate of Florid -i W.
------- -----
April 12, 1914, Mrs. Warren IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF and J. B. James do appear to the
'I .' r ,1 Seines 350 yds fort said: "I haven't changed my high I have hereunto set my hand supplemental and amended bill of ;
__ 100.50 In the above entitled cause upon the [
other food fish I, MR. ROBERT FOWLER, and affixed the great seal oi
Of Okarthe Oklahoma. opinion of Doan's Kidney Pills. I (Scat) the state of Florida, at Tallahassee being the rate day of October. A. D. :
. : 1 Seines 350-800 yds the capital this the and that the order be published once a
Y j If r. Robert Fowler. Okarche. Oklahoma recommend them as strongly today as twenty-fifth of 'or eight consecutive weeks, beginning
for other food fish 1 200.00 day July, A.
write: ever." D. 1914 7th day of Aufnst A. D. 1U4. in the
I a' 1 Seines 800 yds or "To any aufferer of catarrh of the H. CLAY' CRAWFORD ord County Telegraph, a newspaper
1 for other food tomacn. I am glad to tell my Mend Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't &-T.1St. Secretary of State. ed weekly in the said county of
over or sufferers of catarrh that seventeen simply ask for Done this the 6th day of August_ ''f
: ;} fish ________..___ 1 300.00 years ago I was put work of any a kidney remedy-set NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. 1914.
I' r' t 1 Hoop or wire net. 1 .25 kind due to stomach troubtea. I tried Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Thirty days after date. hereof I will apply (SeaL) WEEKS
. almost every known remedy withoutany Mrs. Warren had / FosterMilburnCo. to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county judge I By B. A. WEEKS.
, Section 4. The size of mesh and result of Bradford county Florida, for an order to
,., ti::: l kinds of nets shall be as follows: "Finally I tried Peruna and am ., Props.. Buffalo, N. Y. sell interest at private each of sale-W'lber the and undivided Carl-Andrews one-third I 8-7-8L Deputy'

r" I Herring nets, mesh in pound ,nets, happy to say I was benefited by the Toned minor heirs of W. T. Andrews, deceased, in
Up Whole
first bottle and after using a full System. and to the following described lands situate
>> 2 1-2 inches raw material .stretched. treatment I was entirely cured. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done in Bradford county Florida, and described as No. 666This
I seines mesh 21-2 inches, raw -I am now seventy yean old. and follows, to-wit:
Herring am la good health due to always more for me than I ever dared hope Commence where public read crosses line
a ,. stretched material Mullet nets, mesh I tiding townah' four it a prescription prepared
T having Peruna at my command. I for ,writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, and five run north
1-2 inches. Nets for bottom fish: would not think of going away from along half said road to northwest corner of south far MALARIA or CHILLS A.
home for any length of Um without Spencerport N. Y. "I used severalbottles 6f lot four, section thirty-four thence Five or six dotat will break cue
.1 fait NO
inches raw stretched material; in bag taking a bottle of Peruna along for of these tablets a few months line thence west thence to point south ,of to said beginning township if taken then a* a tonic the Fever
Mesh in bottom seines or nets 4 1-4 emergency."You atro. They not only cured me of bil- sections, thirty-three and thirty-fonr. toWII- return. It act on the liver better
trammell nets for mullet 3 are at liberty to use my picture sh p.four south of range twenty east Calomel and does
mesh in sicken.
not gripe or
ious'attat'ks. '
and testimony U yon think it will headaches and that VEKGIE ANDREWS I
In gill nets for mullet 3 1-2 inches; help any one who baa atomachtrouMa tired out feeling, but toned un 9-1 Guardian for said minors.
my '
'S' i-inches.. Wire nets for the tale I whole l1ral s 09"JMd8.L8alit.L alp paa
system. For sale by all Read the
dealers Telegraph1.50 a year.I I Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a }

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.,-' ; : coming expensiveto the plant,was obviate'closed these, a' deep difficulties --II]I THE SIN OF; SICKNESS. 19 1""11141111f11" ,,, """ '"!"l IIi111NiIllilllltlm1111Pit111111- "" !"" 11i,,!If--ftr I neI ,- #

NEWS well wai drilled and the best I ; ,
F IAtVE STATE pneumatic To the average mental capacity the
machinery-was installed. .,As1
elasaivcation of sickness PRICES
'/' expressed by an enthusiastic' gentle! as a moral I .
offense against society most appear ,
man: "They tear down the
: Rocky .
: ; $tng8 Thai Are Happening All 'Over Florida Mountains with the guns." The man the,Certainly product of illness a'disordered is a misfortune brain. I e. Good Side Meat - .16 1-2c '3 +

who has not seen pneumatic machin- of it'is : Plate Meat ,- ., 121-2c
than that
'As Told By Our Exchanges ery at work cutting down hills ,will ; some $= : ,
diseases catch Tomatoes-Per Dozen 3 Pound Cans 3
find a visit to the plant interesting. us by accident, unpreventable ,- $J.OO)(

T )' I I The quarries and,mills now produce accident which no precautioncan 1atoes--Per: Dozen-2 Pound Cans $,1.85

Seventh Day Adventist ;Con: 'in the south, including teams from the' each day 100 tons of crushed stone, guard against, and some are p Oats-Per-Sack .. .$2.10 3

1111 wfll convene in annual, ses- various service arms of the United j 50 tons of agricultural lime and 100 clearly avoidable. Our grandmothersused EE Kandy Feed-Per Sack '. .' $1.80
i-gon Orlando from October 8 to 18.f States army and navy will compete. J ]barrels commercial lime. When it is regard a rather long list ochildren's f == Sugar-Per Pound : 3 ,
.. 1t diseases as inevitable and $ .09
expected to The Florida rifle range is said to be ;realized that the lands of this section Y
.Bede of visitors the second largest in the country. I 11 of the state are almost sour and that they.deliberately tried to time the period Hams-Premium-Per Pound .- $ .23
.... I dof their visitations to their Hams Picnic 3
-Per Pound !
]lime will sweeten them, the value of $ .17 i
'NUB; fishing .if now well under Buster Brown, the small son of this plant to Suwannee will begin to broods at such intervals in their busy E Onions-100, Pound Sack $2.25 :! -'
Sheriff and Mrs.Joe.. P. Brown, was lives'when
they themselves '
+*IjIbnf both the eastern and westcoast -I j be apparent.-Live Oak Democrat. might p Sardines Per Case 3
wounded last Saturday $1.80
most -
painfully on -
of the state, and large quite conveniently. nurse the youngsters ? ,
1 t.'A being, made. The market, by,being shot in the hip by one !. The United States department of The more serious diseases, E Pet Cream-Per Case $3.85 1
pt fairly M 'food, with prospects of imieeording of his boy friends. It seems that the
ti boy had secured a toy pistol that shot < a report giving the.indebtedness of they considered as visitations of an WHEN YOU WANT BARGAIN GO TO

pron blank cartridges, and the wad went'about the) different states of the union, the all-wise but mysterious Providence. : ;

j to the statement of state an inch in Buster's hip; Dr. : nation and the world. The data contained They didn't know'any better. We J. C. CARTER.-

I b-Hfc officer Dr. J. Y.,Porter, there Burks 'was called and dressed the in the compilation relate to do. Medical science in those days i -

tea DOt been found a bubonic rat in wound, and Buster is getting along the year 1912. The state debt of hadn't advanced to the stage 'where i

,gay of the Florida seaports since the nicely.. This is a timely warning to ]Florida is shown to be $619,000 that the doctor's mission was quite as MiU&UIUIUIUi1iUIUIUIUii INM/Ne11aNNIJtlleaeNllit.

1 ;:appearance of the plague inNew Or- parents to keep toy pistols,awayfrom I year, mpared with $1,325,000 thirty much to prevent as to cure disease. v ;.

I fit;' and no danger is apprehended children.Titusville Advoca .; I years ago, which is a decrease off The idea of advising with the family I''

of tte plague in,Florida. George M. Goolsby, the man who | 105m. .The per capita state debt physician to preserve health, when it ,. s\

that 'i 'of thu state in 1912 was 77 cents and was already perfect would haveseemed
One of the biggest potatoes prints about the neatest newspaper in'
/cents in 1880. At the a shocking waste of time and [Bradford
I bid been put on exhibition .in Grac e- the south, and who put Wauchula on. J$4.35.. presentI County Yll
in front of I time about eight-tenths of one per money. The science of keeping clean,
.tale this year is hanging the map with his Florida Advocate ,
,' .cent, of the population of the United medically clean the science of sanitation
Drug Store and was grown by announces the purchase of a Miehle ] r
.Grace States is in Florida and two-tenths' of hadn't been born then. Now we ll ;
r'Jtue Grace. The potato was larger press, a linotype and a folding ma I realize that it is the most'eftieient Abstract Company
haveseen credited
than a number of buckets we chine. Those Wauchula'people woulda
to this state. The national debt weapon for the preservation of
f. : 'and weighed fourteen and not be doing half as much for Goofs phys II A complete record Bradford County lands ,
of the United States is cal strength and health.
:quarter pounds. ,Some spud, eh? by as he has done for them if they $1,028,000,000 I Land Tides '
Advertiser.The and the indebtedness of all the countries Tb be well, to stay well, is a moralduty Real Estate Investmen.
icracevDle stepped up and paid for the entireout1it.Orlando
; Sentinel.' of the world is $42,000,000,000. insofar as it can be accomplished I

old fortifications at Dry Tortu- European countries owe about two I through an acquaintance with recog .

fU, Key West, built many years ago The Apopka News tells of probably 1 thirds of the world debt and their proportion nized laws by which we know disease: DER KAISER UND f

at a cost to the government of millions the largest shipment of watermelon ] is rapidly increasing, as the is spread from an infected source. A Time To Economize ].

I of dollars, are being demolished, seed ever made from a Florida town. !present war, according to experts, is Such knowledge is.available even tothe DER CROWN PRINCE.Der MAKE YOUR OWN !

having been sold to a private concern It was made at Wade a short time
'for an Insignificant sum. At the timeft ago and was raised on 200 acres of ] day Florida state debt, $619- vestigation.We Kaiser called der Crown Princein PAINT i ;

was built, this fort was considered land belonging to J. T. Price. 'The 900;' national debt, 11,028,000,000; moderns have learned that it is utll .4: j
most impregnable in the i world's not for Und said to him: "Mein son, YOU SAVEftds.PERCAL. ;1 .!
one of the shipment consisted of 150 bags, av- debt $42,000,000,000. necessary any one to have ty '

world, and no expense was. spared to eraging between 85 and 100 pounds of I phoid,fever, malaria, smallpox, even I tink ve go und lick der vorldt, 7-- '

t;jnake.it to.e seed to the bag or about 14,000 poundsof Considerable interest has been tuberculosis, because we have learned I' Dott gaffe us lots of fun." t 1 -THIS is HOW 3 1
aroused in Fort in favor of the '
\!: seed. The varieties were Watsons how these diseases are communicated, Buy 4 gals.L.OS,W.Semi-, .l",. '
'Those who care to do so can See a and Excells and the shipment was Seminole Indians, who are beginning and how they develop. Knowing these The Crown Prince says, "Perhapswe Mixed Real Paint $gq 4" ,
t. comet in the sky by rising as 4 o'clock to show signs of needing assistance can't. And3g ls.LinseedOil '
made to a man in Monticello. ,Twen- I fundamental facts we may, all of us if ,.,
'in' the morning and looking in the ty-five men were required to gatherthe from the white man or the pale face, we will, avoid them. We have no in- Der Kaiser schnapps der table. to mix with it _2.40 I

, northeast about midway between the crop and separate the seed from i as they call him. Some few days ago fallible cures for the advanced stagesof "Iff I vant to lick der vorldt, Makcdga1a.PainUorSl0.80j..
,horizon and the zenith, just a little to Dr. Geddes, medical missionary, came By Gott, mein son, I'm able." ''
these It's
the meat.-Zolfo, Springs Truth. diseases,but we have methods lit only $1.5.tper; gal. t
" the right of the big dipper. The comet .1 in from the camps at Glade Cross and that ward them off altogether, and The .
I : is plainly visible and has been seenby Messrs. Gentile, of Frostproof, are was\ energetic in getting, the people who can dispute the assertion that it "Der Frenchmen-vot is dem to me? HEAL PAINT .. PURE WBITE;- LEAD. 'l 'i:

-; some' of our people. It is of course extensive fruit growers and fruit together, for the purpose of discussing is a moral obligation to use,them? I,crush dem mit mein t'umb, ZINC palat art material LINSEED* tot OIL-fee IM ;yean.UM beat. toowq "':, _

tnof: is brilliant as Halley was ,in packers of Frostproof. The Gentiles the condition of the red man. The It is a duty that ourselves In yoist.von veek in Paris streets a eat oat of any you bay and Riot th. 'fi-. -
we owe ,
':;Vl910, but is worth an early getting upiy shipped a carload of grapefruit.from ''doctor succeeded in getting quite a our families and those with whom we You hear mein Deitchers drum. beat all your paint money made,back.then return the psiat:. and get .. ""

,' "to lee.. their grove last week, the first car of crowd' to attend a meeting along this are intimately'associated, for our RDIEMBD-thit Paint is.the same

The appropriation for the rivers and fruit to successfully pass the state line. A committee, consisting of R. comfort and theirs. We owe it to "In spite of treaties I vill show u Painter's mafre' ,if they use pure White V J
test as to ripeness. Tine shipment was A.- Henderson, Hugh McDonald arid Der Belgians who I am. Lead and Linseed Oil-only mixed by : ;
harbors bill,has been cut from $57- the neighbors, the community and the band. The I_&M.is thoroughly mixed '" ;
; 000,000 to $20,000,000, which will stnmarry p sent to the elder Gentile in the west,, W, Stanley Hansen, was chosen to state, for every man owes it to all the I'M yoist like Teddy Rosenveldt, Kid, .I by powerful machinery-into ttmi-pasto ,: :

'of1 the, contemplated improve- who owns one of the largest commis- look into the matter and see what rest that he shall always be at his Mein word ain't wort' a damn. ;-so as to be easily mad: ready for use

sion houses there. Previous to the could be gotten from the federal ,
gov- highest point of DeWITTC. JONES
meats of Florida's waterways, as on I' efficiency as a pro-
successful Gentile shipment numerous ernment, as it is but a matter of time ducer. The of the "I come right back from Paris quick "
ly work already begun will be carried 'I prosperity community STARKE FLORIDA946t. ;
efforts were made to make shipments -: and not far off, when the Seminoles I the best efforts Und tackle him Herr Czar.I .
on. The need of strict economy in (I depends upon ..
.. "
'": national expenditures was the reason from various points in the ai-e ,actually going to be in want, if I of each individual and it becomes a bett he.says damn suddenly, Y

$'for'the reduction in. the appropriations state, but all have failed, the unripe something is not done. The said com- patriotic debt. Tat a fighting man you are!' 1i

.' fruit being seized by the sheriff after! I 1'mittee I got together and a resolution I Even the measles and whooping .

it had been packed ready to load onI. was the result. This resolution will cough and those other plagues of our "Und leetle George of England, too, [ MEN

,Mr."Burford Leitner gave the StarSaturday the cars. The Gentiles are to be con be forwarded to Washington, and childhood may be, should be, avoided I turn him on mein knee.

some nuts raised by him gratulated. I is hoped that something, will be itJ and if we will, we may avoid them: Und spank him so he cries out loud, ... Doat wait wttn diga.aa .
from grafted .trees on hickory stock. The entire state is ,called upon to do isn't 'Ach, Kaiser, pardon me." .' dteoqanlte: Important T
There is in that They are not 'necessary and it orft-anv ThouSands 1;;. 1
The nuts are large'and thin-s'ielled i, a story Clay county something in this matter, and the rep<1 j fef men nave
the United States I' playing fair with the youngsters to been ynceked. the .
has already
;(with l'Veet'meat.! Every farmer ,in sent an government Florida who- I': resentatives in congress will be asked permit or enforce the ordeal upon I'll take from him his fighting schipps ud lock*neaiete-.fporuco
.to ,
Florida should graft as many pecans to act.-Florida Metropolis. I Und turn them into junk, i
them. themselves. .
They'can't help
made careful "
a study of the progress'being
i as possible on hickory stock, besidesletting I make him dip his flags to mein, 606
made in the I We can protect them and we should.
industry. It is not Why Not Publish It?
out These nuts do better I ,
pecans all'his
Yen schipps is sunk. .::
The sick is the useless i
known whether not this When want fact to become man man- #
than other sort in Flor'and represenj you a to an
any j I yet not quite useless for he serves' as earsbie eaiee of ac'rswtteddJee..-. # }
tative had
commission other known the
than generally right is to
would make a most convenient any way I treat Woakaeu of Mn.Vartooeeto f
"Und if der Yankees
' being an agent of the agricultural department -''publish it Mrs. Joseph Kallan, Peru an example to the community of the give me sass, Blood Pokoa, Pith and alt PEL. 1
t!, hoary for our people.-Ocala Star. I right over dere TIC DISEASES tadudtaf BCFTCBE, I'- -
: It is chimed that the representative lid, was troubled with belching sour J'result of neglecting plain duty. He go .without. the knife. -w
Und tear whole dam I "ve.*** directly lute the blood -
; The launching of the Key WestHa'Tana'ferry was much impressed, how-:''stomach' and'frequent headaches. She I who is disabled by illness is no lon- der country up, b the cutting or detention from ;
I vill Gott I schwear.
1 by :
, Henry M.- Flagler in Phil- ever, with the manner in which the writes, *I feel it my duty to tell others ger a producer, he becomes an expense Hoon a a. m. toep m. 'I

.t *delpbia.for the Florida East, Coast1.briDp camphor trees thrives in this state. I t what Chamberlain's Tablets have a drag upon his friends, an actual Corrwpondeaeo RlJe1te4L. .

\ out the fact that within a few Some authorities, it is 'said, have ev- I[ done for me. They have helped my ,drawback to the general pros- "Der yellow Japs fellers dat talks so bigI Dr. Geo. L. Dlckeison .a
dem hell
months the dream of the late Mr. ventured I perity. giffe 111 WEST l
en the assertion that the 'digestion and regulated my bowels. FOB8TTH STREET.
Flagler will be realized-his dreamof production of camphor will eventually Since using them I have been entirely I The gospel of good health is next I make dem tink der planet Mars, JACKSONVILLE(Near Heard, Basic Bid FLORIDA.H. *.) .

'a day when trains would speed take its place along the forefront of' well." For sale by all dealers. to the gospel of christianity-even a On top of dem has elL at

'from New York and other cities down the state's crops-Times-Union. I part of it. 111 health is not ordinarilyor

'the Bait Coast of Florida, over the _________> ,<( i I Friends of Hon. A. B. Newton are often conducive to a lofty moral- "Vy, you don't know me yet, mein.' 1

,< extension and across: the sea to any About fifty acres of strawberry, |claiming the speak rshlp of the next ity and as a part of our code of eth boy, C. RICHARD a

point in Cuba intact-St Augustine plants are being set out in Baker j houSe for him, declaring that he already ics, if we will not admit it as a part You never ,seen me fight }

t Becori"" county this fall and if a successIs'' has enough pledges to practically -1 of our practical every-day religion, it But dat's the ,Gott-Almightiest dingIn General Insurance

I .. made next spring, several hundred assure him of place. Mr. New- should guide us to better living. vich I take delight!" }

'An Alachua county farmer "made a acres will be planted next fall. The I ton already has a large number of The basic fact remains, whether we .

failure with ,his watermelon cropthat. -. venture this year is' more of anez. votes absolutely pledged to him,j make it a.part of our religion or a Hoch der Kaiser! I FIRSTOLbBB's
is represent none but
.' the market was bad at shipping + periment than anything else. Grow-, though not quite enough to elect but matter of economics, that we have no 1

time-so he, split the melons,! ers must not be discouraged if they it is stated,he will receive enough of right, no need to suffer from preventable companies and will be.constantly on the

extracted the seed and dried them.I make 'a failure the first or second the non-committal vote to insure his diseases. alert to promote your interest*. Guarantee i ',

Becently he sold to a big firm of seed year. They must remember that it I 'election. There are three or four oth- BOND $INER$ : courteous treatment to all. patron s 1
.dealers at fourteen thousand pounds of takes several seasons to establish a 'er contestants for this important position BUSINESS HELPED BY CLOSING A well written policy by a .first-class f
seed .
a, good price. There is no market and get the buyers to come who have been making an active SALOONS.

,each word u failure in the lexicon of here and purchase berries at the de-. campaign, but it is stated that.I agent in a flrst-clAM company 1Om8o. i. :

- ,the industrious and intelligent Florida L pot. Starke shipped berries for at >it is impossible for them to secure as I Instead of "hurting business," the put a needless burden times means much in case of loss by fin "..;
ifB. -
-Dade City Banner. I: least ten years before she established ]many pledged votes as Mr. Newton, nation-wide abolition of the liquor upon themselves.Once C, RICHARD a Statte flat ; I

Morgan and E. L. Whitehouse, of a reputation.-Macclenny Times. I''unless all the opposition votes are traffic would help business. The state- ,
I' pledged to As stated above iso .;. t
one man.
. Irrington-on-the-Hudson, are in FlorIda The ment is made-and it is not over- your name
$300,000 steel mill of the Bur- ;Mr. Newton has ( f
looking for a suitable location not enough rotes to drawn-that to "divide the money
for '
v !,ehieken ranch. They wish to start ton-Swartz Company, at Perry, is'i' secure his election, but he is so near now spent in saloons among the 20 a bond, your CASSELU'S 'I'_ l.
nearing completion. The owners havea it i that with the dropping out of one necessaries of life would
i,1 lge,poultry farm leading re- must
with incubators property repay Famous
\ contract with the Indian
, and accomodatiohs for hatching gigantic CarpenIterO'Brien or more of the other candidates which quire to manufacture them $400,000000 ,- Remedy :; J
1 atickens every month in the y ear. timber Company for all the cypress I.will occur very probably before the more raw material than is now any loss.. To FOR INDIGESTION ., .e..

Ii tiBoth of the'gentlemen they can handle. The 'caucus is held next April, the few used in the manufacture of drink, and !
are much latter company has timber and time save your prop- GUARANTEED TO CURE .s.-.f
, t ft placed with Florida and claim th ber lands in -I votes will come to him necessary to would give employment to 1,000,347more 75 CENTS AND'1$1Manufactured .
counties in the give him majority of all the sign .
,Principal advantage in coming'to this state .1 1 a mem- men. erty, none; I. ,
stab is I aggregating thousands of acres. bers of the House of Representatives.
.that they by the T. A;Cas-
can raise fowls the So is and send :
Jw.. round. great its undertaking that it j His .friends point out that Mr. New- NO SALOON MONEY IN THIS. your delft Medicine Co., Arcadia; Fla. ;[

recently placed a mortgage for $4i i ton is unusually well fitted for the I Writing, from Emporia, Kansas, friend to ForSaleby ': :

j frank Rowe,.who lives just south 250,000 on,record. The two companies speakership, being an excellent parliamentarian Walt Mason says in Colliers: "It is a .'f

'JL Maalenny, has several fine chest are building a joint camp at,Athena' broad minded and fair in favorite claim of the saloon men that J. C. CARTER : t 41

W trees that are loaded down with on the Coast Line Railroad, some 18 'smiles his dealings and having had conesiderable they support the schools, their license STARKE, FLORIDA t t
, urge;Bound southeast of J. R DAVIS & CO .> Iv
chestnuts They are the Perry, for the pur- legislative experience. money usually going to the school I j '
't tet.rre: have ever 'seen and should pose of. getting out the pine for the fund. The answer to this is that Em- NOTICE OP GUARDIAN SALE. t }

.: ? ,a. fancy price but Mr. Rowel i Carpenter-O'Brien Company's use at What Would You Do, poria has just built a high school cost- ,Agents Starke. Fla. Thirty days after date hereof, I will apply : ,f

V: *? that he can find DO market for its mills near Jacksonville, and cypress There are many" times when one ing $135,000-which 'is going some for 1|lolled States Fidelity &, GaaranieeCompany of to the Bradford Hon. county G o. A.Florida Gardiner, for eouKty.1'1:order judge tosell i r-

;xt.: ? tad feeds them to his hogs. He for,the Burton-Swartz mill, at man questions another's actions and a town of 10,000 people. All the grade '" at private tale the undivided oneixtn In-, iIr. r

1 '32.they,"* better than peanuts w dthi3' Perry.,-Lave Oak Democrat. I'The motives. Men act differently under schools are housed in handsome build- Baltimore Martha rrcst each Keene.of Elza minor Keene.hein Jerry of Joseph Keene, and C. c t"
t for different circumstances. The questionis Keene deceased in and to the follcwin deteribtd '
i e purPs Limestone Company Keep Stomach and Liver Healthy.A eouaty Florida
what would you do right now if you sue to-vit F"
t hired, and none of them has to : : --t'
f which has
.t., !tl' been closed for some time ]had a severe cold? Could you do bet- vigorous stomach, perfect work- That eertfcin piece of land in east half of #
J while the : for his wages. fouih west quarter of lOath east quarter and ;'
owners bowels is
\tThe were making improvements ing liver and regular acting
1D ill tarr department of 1 ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough t south east Quarter of sooth cart quarter Y
. 1 Sob of Florida has the opened Monday, and ]Remedy? It is highly recommendedby It Always Does the Work."I guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's rection twenty-four township seven, range
# J practically twenty-one. Bounded
on east by land for- r
corn work
: is
.'t.-b! plans Jor the going on. Mr. Lyle found ] people who have used it for years like Chamberlain's Cough Rem- New Life Pills. They insure good digestion wry owned by Linnie Williamson- on north ,
' ,..cement: which will be held southernon the{ that the overburden of clay would, ,and know its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sar- edy better than any other," writes RtE. i correct constipation and havean .by on land the south formerly by Und owned owned by M..b Fuftcazsi H. H. Hall and
in ;
rise range at Black spite of his efforts, become mixed pent j! Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have excellent tonic effect on the whole .ind on west by land owned,. P. E. Myers, ,
. t : October 6 and continuing be-f{ with the lime and lessen its quality :
ti. d iL Marksmen from statesf for, besides the removal of the clay, was ,gold' and I take pleasure in recommending has never failed to give the ;you of all body poisons through the Guardian for Elza.; Jerry and Martha Keene.
all because des'I minor heirs of Joseph C. Kane_deceased.
,1'1 t of the increasing depth, bej; it." For sale by all dealers. results." For sale by all I bowels. Only 25c at JOur'driggist. :S-lUt -: J
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1- coming expensiveto; obviate these difficulties THE SIN OF SICKNESS. A ,
\\: !nmmmmm www www
"t the plant was closed, a deep jf wwwwwwwwwwwg

NEWS; well was drilled, and the best pneumatic -I To the average mental capacity the
!LIVE f STATE Was installed. As 'I. '
machinery .clasaivcation of sickness as a moral I' E CARTER'S PRICES I

I expressed' by an enthusiastic, gentleman -- I offense against society must appear
"They can tear down the Rocky
the product,of disordered
...fc -! All" Over Florida Mountains,with the guns." The man Certainly illness is misfortune ., e Good Side Meat. 16 1-2c z,
Are ,
hug' That who has machinery Plate Meat '
not seen pneumatic some of it is more than that; some 12 i-2c:

!? As Told By Our :Exchanges at work cutting down hills will diseases catch us by accident, unpre- E Tomatoes-Per Dozen-3 Pound Cans _- $1.00 :!
find visit to the plant interesting.The .
.' a ventable accident which no precautioncan E Tomatoes-Per Dozen-2 Pound Cans $ .85
I quarries and mills now produce
guard against, and some are == Oats-PerSack .
from the each 100 tons of crushed stone $2.10 :!
in the south, including teams day '
Adventist cOn I clearly avoidable. Our E
't\I Seventh Day various service arms of the United 50 tons of agricultural lime and 100 to Kandy Feed-Per Sack '. $1.80 :! t ti
regard rather list of
sea- a long
,Vton Orlando will convene: from October 8 to 18. States army and navy' will compete.I barrels commercial lime. When it is children's" diseases as inevitable and I =E Sugar-Per Pound .. : .- .$|t' .09, :!

,.. fcf The Florida rifle range is said to be realized that the lands of this sectionof Hams-Premium Per Pound : :!
of visitors are expected to they deliberately tried to time the pe- $ :,23
:.0ditds the second largest in the country., I the state are almost sour and that riod dof their visitations to their Hams-Picnic-Per Pound : A
...... lime will sweeten them, the value of $un
Buster Brown, the small son of broods at such intervals in their busy Onions-100 Pound Sack 4
61hing II now well: under r this plant to Suwannee will begin to lives'when $2.25- ,
JlaJ1.t Mrs. Joe. P. Brown, was they ,might _
Sheriff and Sardines-Per
both the eastern and west- be apparent.-Live Oak Democrat. most Case $]j.so
Walong I wounded on last Saturday conveniently nurse the young '
of the state, and large quite painfully E Pet Cream-Per Case .
touts i sters. The more serious diseases $3.85
by being shot in the hip by one The United States department of
)3cke are being made. The market of his boy friends. It seems that the t I commerce and labor has just completed which sometimes resulted fatally, E Good Flour-Per Barrel $5.50 i **

1]II fcirly good with prospects of im- boy had secured a toy pistol that shot a report giving indebtedness of they considered as visitations of an | WHEN YOU WANT A BARGAIN'GO TO ;i \

I 'poriDr.__ blank cartridges and the wad went the different states of the union, the all-W\S\ but mysterious Providence.

'According to the statement of state about an inch in Buster's hip. Dr. t I I I nation and the world. The data contained They, didn't know'any better. We 1 J. C. CARTER .I

bMlth officer Dr. J. Y. Porter, there Burks was called and dressed the in the compilation relate to do. Medical science in those days

not been found a bubonic rat in wound, and Buster is getting along'I the year 1912. The state debt of hadn't advanced to the stage where iNNHINIIIINIMI4UHIMININI/N lU
'of the Florida seaports since theappeuanee nicely. This is a timely warning to Florida is shown to be $619,000 that the doctor's mission was quite as UiUiUiU1U1U"jUl1UUS.
*37 I I
in New Or- pistols compared with $1,325,000 thirty much to prevent as to cure disease.
of the plague parents to keep toy awajffromchildren. year,

'ItMb and no danger is apprehended .-Titusville Advocated' I l years go, which is a decrease of The idea of advising with the family ,! r u
i I the plague in Florida. -" i ?105,1W). The per capita state debt physician to preserve health, when it ., :,
of George M. Goolsby, the man who i I i of thijj'state in 1912 was 77 cents and was already perfect would have

ODe of the biggest potatces that prints about the neatest newspaper in $4.35'cents in 1880. At the present seemed a shocking waste of time and Bradford

Jbu been put on exhibition in Grace- the south, and who put Wauchula on i I time//) about eight-tenths -of one percent money. The science of keeping clean, County

I TflJe this year is hanging in front of i the map with his Florida Advocate I I I ], of the population of the United medically clean, the science of sanitation -

Grttt Drug Store and was grown by I announces the purchase of a Miehle States is in Florida and two-tenths of hadn't been born then. Now we Abstract : l

JMM Grace. The potato was larger I press, a linotype and a folding ma- I one'per cent of the total debt is cred- realize that it is the most efficient Company }

a number of buckets we have. chine. Those Wauchula people would- weapon for the preservation of physical -
than I ited to this state. The national debt A complete record of Bradford County lands :
and aI half much for Gools- r
and weighed not be doing as strength and health.
men of the United States is $1,028,000,000
quarter pounds. Some spud, eh? _: by as he has done for them if they f'and the indebtedness of all the countries To be,well, to stay well, is a moral Land Titles Real Estate Invet hen i ii

I Gnceville Advertiser.The i stepped up and paid for the entire of the world is $42,000,000,000. duty insofar as it can be accomplished

old fortifications at Dry Tortu- outfit-Orlando Sentinel. European countries owe about two- through an acquaintance with recog- -J'l'
fts, Key West, built many years ago I The Apopka News tells of probablythe thirds of the world debt and their pro- nized laws by which we know diseaseis DER KAISER UND A Time To Economize ,
millions I portion is rapidly increasing, as the spread from an infected source. ;
cost to the government of largest shipment of watermelonseed DER CROWN PRINCE.Der
*t a 1
of dollars, are being demolished, ever made from a Florida town.It present war, according to experts, is Such knowledge available, even to MAKE YOUR OWN !

having been sold to a private concern was made at Wade a short time costing on an average of $50,000,000per the ignorant from authoritative in- Kaiser called der Crown Princein ** PAINT. 1 ""\ i

for an insignificant sum. At the timeit ago and was raised on 200 acres of day. Florida state debt, $619- vestigation.We ,

was built, this fort was considered land belonging to J. T. Price. The 900; national debt, $1,028,000,000; moderns have learned that it is Und said to him: "Mein son, YOU rill: SAVE ":

OM of the most impregnable in the shipment consisted of 150 bags, averaging I I world's debt. 42000000000. not necessary for any one to have ty- I tink ve go und lick der vorldt, 56 els. fER GAL '

world, and no expense was spared to between 85 and 100 pounds of J I E Considerable interest has been phoid tuberculosis fever,, because malaria,we smallpox have learned, even Dott giffe us lots of fun." \ THIS IS O\V. :;

pate it so. seed to the bag or about 14,000 pounds
aroused in Fort Myers in favor of the how these diseases are communicated, Buy 4 gals.L.C&Juf.Semi-,
ThoM who care to do so can see a of seed. The varieties were Watsons Seminole Indians, who are beginning and how they develop. Knowing these The Crown Prince says, "Perhapswe } Mixed Real> $8.40And3gaIs.LinseedOiI ;
and Excells and the shipment was : a
comet in the sky by rising as 4 o'clock made to in Monticello. Twen-.,, to show signs of needing assistance fundamental facts we may, all of us if can't. to mix with it !. ir
a man J.4Q
Der Kaiser der
and in the from the white man or the pale face, schlapps
|a the morning looking we will, avoid them. We have no infallible ,
ty-five men were required to gatherthe "Iff I vant to lick der vorldt Makes7gals.Paio\forS 10.80 '
northeast about midway between the I i as they call him. Some few days ago cures for the advanced stagesof -

horizon and the zenith, just a little to the meat crop and Zolfo separate Springs the Truth.seed from Dr. Geddes, medical missionary, came these diseases, but we have methods By Gott, mein son, I'm able." It's only $1.54 per gaL

the right of the big dipper. The com- I in from the camps at Glade Cross and that ward them off altogether, and The L A: M. SEMI.MIXED J

et ii plainly visible and has been seen Messrs. Gentile, of Frostproof, are was, energetic in getting' the people who can dispute the assertion that it "Der Frenchmen-vot is dem to me? ZINC HEAL u PAINT
byttome of our people. It is of course extensive fruit growers and fruit tolgether for the purpose of discuss- is a moral obligation to use them? I,crush dem mit mein t'umb, paint material for 100 years
in the condition of the red man. The In yoist,von veek in Paris streets UM a KftL; oat of any yen bar toi If not the e
brilliant Halley's was The Gentiles ing
not ai as packers of Frostproof. It is a duty that we owe ourselves, best paint made,then return the piuct ac J: get .
1810, but is worth an early getting up shipped a carload of grapefruit.from doctor succeeded in getting quite a our families and those with whom we You hear mein Deitchers drum. all your money back. ,

to tee. their grove last week, the first car of I crowd to attend a meeting along this are intimately associated, for our REMEMBER-this Paint is the earns
"In spite of treaties I vill show as Painter's make,if they use pure White } t
of R.
the state line. A committee, consisting
fruit to successfully pass comfort and theirs. We owe it to
Lead and Linseed Oil-on/y mixed t
for the rivers and by
The appropriation
Der who I
test as to ripeness. The shipment was A. Henderson Hugh McDonald arid the neighbors, the community and the Belgians am. band. The L.&M.is thoroughly mixed

harbors bill ,has been cut from $57- sent to the elder Gentile in the west, Wt Stanley Hansen, was chosen to state, for every man owes it to all the I'M yoist like Teddy Rosenveldt, Kid, by powerful machinery into semi-paste ; f a

000,000 to $20,000,000, which will stop who owns one of the largest commis- look into the matter and see what rest that, he shall always'be at his Mein word ain't wort' a damn."I .-so as to be easily mad ready for use..

many of" the contemplated improve- sion houses there. Previous to the could be gotten from the federal government highest point of efficiency as a pro DeWITT JONES j

ments of Florida' waterways, as on- successful Gentile shipment numer" as it is but a matter of time ducer. The prosperity of the com-: come right back from Paris quick STARKE F..ORIDA946t. ;

ly work already begun will be carriedon. ous efforts were made to make ship- and not far off, when the Seminoles I munity depends upon the best efforts. Und tackle him Herr Czar.I '
The need of strict in I 1L ,
economy ments from various points in the are actually going to be in want, if I of each individual and it becomes a bett he says damn suddenly, i

I national.expenditures was the reason state, but all have failed, the unripe something is not done. The said committee patriotic debt. 'Vat a fighting man you are!' ,
for the reduction in the appropriations. .
fruit being seized by the sheriff afterit got together and a resolution I Even the measles and whooping

had been packed ready to load on was the result. This resolution will cough and those other plagues of our "Und leetle George of England, too, MEN! .i'

Mr. Burford Leitner gave the Star the cars. The Gentiles are to be con- be forwarded to Washington, and it childhood may be, should be, avoided I turn him on mein knee. } f

Saturday some nuts raised by him gratulated. I is hoped that something will be done. I and if we will, we may avoid them Und spank him so he cries out loud, ... Dent dkorracUe wait until dtaCM Important -- .

The entire state is called to do '' 'Ach, Kaiser, pardon me." .
from grafted trees on hickory stock. upon They are not 'necessary and it isn't orcaci. Thou-
The nuts are large and thin-shelled, There is a story in Clay county that I something in this matter, and the rep-1 I II playing fair with the youngsters to t been andj Reeked of men on have the .

with sweet meat. Every farmer ,in the United States government has al- resentatives in congress will be asked.permit or enforce the ordeal upon I'll take from him his fighting schipps and rock netlect.of Ignorance

Florida should graft as many pecans ready sent an expert,to Florida, who to act.-Florida Metropolis. them. They can't help themselves.We Und turn them into junk, "

ai possible on hickory stock, besides made a careful study of the progress them and should. I make him dip his flags to mein, 606" 1
made in the It is Why Not Publish It? can protect we ,
being industry. not | ,
all his is sunk.
letting out pecana. These nuts do bet- The sick is the useless Ven schipps .. .
man man-
known whether or not this represen- ,When you want a fact to become Absolute e.s la ailearsble
ter than any other sort in Florida, I easel of eontrarted'dlee..e.: '
not useless for serves t
tative had any commission other than generally known, the right way is to yet quite as I treat Weakness of Men,1 Varlre i
# and would make a most convenient 1 an example to the community of the "Und if der Yankees give me sass, "Ie, Blood Poison, Pile and .ll PEL-
;; luxury for our people.-Ocala Star. being an agent of the agricultural department publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kallan, Peru I right over dere TIC DISEASES, Including BIFTCBE,
go ,
He without the knife.
result of neglecting plain duty.
i. It is claimed that the lad., was troubled with belching, sour
rep- Und tear der whole dam country I fire 6M directly Into tie blood "
I up
,J The launching of the Key West-Ha- resentative was much impressed,however -' stomach and frequent headaches.: She who is disabled by illness is no lon- without.cutting or detention. from '
I I vill, by Gott, I schwear. butine |
; vana ferry Henry M. Flagler in Philadelphia with the manner in which the writes, "I. feel it my duty to tell oth- ger a producer, he becomes an expense Hours, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.. -

a for the Florida East Coast camphor trees thrives ,in this state. I ers what Chamberlain's Tablets have a drag upon his friends, an ac- Correspondence solicited. )

I 'briafi out the fact that within a few Some authorities, it is said, have ev- I done for me. They have helped my tual drawback to the general pros- "Der yellow Japs dat talks so bigI Dr. Geo. L. DI ersonEET.
dem fellers hell
giffe ,
months the dream of the late Mr. en ventured the assertion that the I digestion and regulated my bowels. perity.: 111 WEST FOR8TTH .
I make dem tink der planet Mars, (Near Heard Bank We.)
Flagler will be realized-his dreamof production of camphor will eventuallytake Since using them I have been entirely I The gospel of good health is nextto JACKSONVILLE, BkOBIDA.H. .
On of dem has fell
a day when trains would speed its place along the forefront of well. For sale by all dealers. the gospel of Christianity-even a top t '

from New York and other cities down the state's crops Times-Union. I part of it. 111 health is not ordinarilyor -

the East Coast of Florida, over the __ ">] I Friends of Hon. A. B. Newton are often conducive to a lofty moral- "Vy, you don't know me yet, mein. C. RICHARD

extension and across the sea to any About fifty acres of strawberry claiming the speakership of the nexti ity and as a part of our code of ethics boy, .r

point in .Cuba intact.-St., ,Augustine, plants are being set out in Baker i house for him, declaring that he already if we will not admit it as a partof You never seen me fight, r

Record. county this fall and if a success is has enough pledges to practi our practical every-day religion, it But dat's the Gott-Almightiest ding I General Insurance

made next spring, several hundred cally assure him of place. Mr. New- should guide us to better living. In vich I take delight! I

An Alachua county farmer "made a acres will be planted next fall. The ''ton already has a large number of The basic fact remains, whether we

failure" with his watermelon crop- venture this year is more of an experiment I I votes absolutely pledged to him, I make it a part of our religion or a Hoch der Kaiser! I represent none but ;: .i

that &, the market was bad at shipping than anything else. Growers though not quite enough to elect, but matter of economics, that we have no J ;

time-so he split the melons, must not be discouraged if they '1 it is stated,he will receive enough of right no need to suffer from prevent- companies and will be constantly on the ,

extracted the seed and dried them. make a failure the first or second the non-committal vote to insure his able diseases. alert to promote your interests. Gnu '

Recently he sold to a big firm of seed year. They must remember that it I election. There are three or four oth-I BOND S16NERS antee courteous treatment to toll patroni.
dealers fourteen thousand pounds of takes several I contestants for this BUSINESS HELPED BY CLOS-
seasons to establish a er important position A well written policy by 4,firsHlau
seed at a good price. There is no market and the who have been making
such get buyers to come an active I ING SALOONS.Instead agent in a flrst-claea company sometimes *
word as failure in the lexicon of here and purchase berries at the depot campaign, but it is stated that. "

the industrious and intelligent Florida Starke shipped berries for at it is impossible for them to secure as I of "hurting business," the put a needless burden means much in case oflpu by fire

farmer.-Dade City Banner. least ten years before she establisheda many pledged votes as Mr. Newton, nation-wide abolition of the 'liquor themselves.Once H. C. RICHARD .. Starke, Ha
Morgan and E. L. Whitehouse, of reputation.-Macclenny Times. unless all the opposition votes are traffic would help business. The state- I I, .

Inrington-on-the-Hudson, are in Flor- The I pledged to one man. As stated above ment is made-and it is not over- your name is '."
$300,000 steel mill
ida looking for a suitable location for of the Bur- I Mr. Newton has not enough votes to drawn-that to "divide the money r./ ,r. >.,

a chicken ranch. They wish to start nearing ton-Swartz Company, at Perry, is I secure his election, but he is so near now spent in saloons among the 20 on a bond, your I CASSELLTS!
completion. The
a largo owners havea it that with the dropping out of one necessaries of life would
poultry farm with incubators contract with the gigantic leading require property must repay Famous Indian Remedy .
end CarpenterO'Brien : or more of the other candidates which
accomodations for hatching 2,000eIaicbna I to manufacture them $400,000000 ,-
Company for'all the cypress will probably before the loss., To FOR INDIGESTION
every month in the occur very more raw material than is now any
year. timber
,Both of the gentlemen are much latter company they has can timber handle.and tim-The 'caucus is held next April, the few used in the manufacture of drink, and save your prop- GUARANTEED TO CURE '
pleased I votes will come to him to
with Florida and claim the ber lands in several i necessary would give employment to 1,000,347more 75 CENTS ) $1
counties in the i
Principal advantage in coming this state, : give him a majority of all the mem- men." erty,sign none; ANIj 1

date 1* that they can raise fowls the I aggregating thousands of acres. bers of the House of Representatives.His Manufactured by the T. A. Cas- 1
,year round. So great is its undertaking that it ,friends point out that Mr. New" NO SALOON MONEY IN THIS. and send your sews Medicine Co., Arcadia, Fla. 4

recently placed a mortgage for $4,-. ton is unusually well fitted for the Writing from Emporia, Kansas, friend to For Sale by '

Frank Rowe, who lives just south 250,000 on record. The two companiesare speakership, being an excellent parliamentarian Walt Mason says in Colliers: "It is a ,t )
If lIacclenny, has several building a joint camp at Athenaon I J. C. CART R i
fine' chest' broad minded and fair in favorite claim of the saloon men that
lit trees that are loaded down the Coast Line Railroad, some 18 all his license STARKE, FLORIDA r k '. ;
with dealings and having had considerable they support the schools, their
Lrge, sound chestnuts. They are the miles,southeast of Perry, for the pur- I legislative experience. I moray usually going to the school j, ii. DAVIS & co, I 1 1:
of I
sg pose getting out the
*e have pine for the
ever seen and should fund. The answer to this is that Em- NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. :
;':iiDr a fancy price, but Mr. Rowe I Carpenter-O'Brien Company's use at I What Would You Do, i poria has just built a high school cost- Agents Starke. Fla. Thirty days after date hereof twin apply j
to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner, cniinty judge
its :
:data! that he can.find no market for mills near Jacksonville, and cy I There are many times when one ing $135,000-which is going some fora rolled States Fidelity & Guarantee of Bradford county, Florida, for an order to :, > :i
dMO and feeds them to his press for the Burton-Swartz mill, at man questions another's actions and 511 at private sale! the undivided cbe-eixth in- .
hogs. He All the
town of grade
10,000 people. ,
rtst each of Elza Keene. Jerry Keene and
.. they are better than peanuts and Perry.-Live Oak Democrat. motives. Men act differently under schools are housed in handsome build- Company, BaltimoreKeep Martha Keene minor heirs of /Moseph C.
M for I different circumstances. The questionis Keene, deceased in and to the rowing de-
purposes Macclenny The Live Oak Limestone Company, ings, the best teachers obtainable are Stomach and Liver Healthy.A 'crib d lands: situate in Bradford cajinty, Flor- .
what would do right if .
you now you .Ja. to-wit:
"T which has been closed for some time, hired, and none of them has to sue vigorous stomach, perfect work- That certain piece of land in AUt half! of lI'
had cold? Could do bet-
..... while the a severe you for his wages." ,ouCh west quarter of south east .jjarter: and f ;,.
owners \
; .&.&military department of were making improvements ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough' ing liver and regular acting bowels is i south east quarter of south tat quarter

t" slate of Florida has practically corn.the work is opened Monday, and Remedy? It is highly recommendedby It Always Does the Work."I guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's ection,- oe.twenty-four Bounded township on east by amen land, range for- I.twent t. '

. I"1 its plans.for the big southern! going on. Mr. Ly!* found people who have used it for years like Chamberlain's Cough Rem- New Life Pills. They insure good digestion trr'y owned by Linnie WiIHamA" on north -iil
,. that the overburden : havean by land formerly owned by M. Furgazii and ( .
" fitment which will be held the of clay would, and know its value. Mrs 0. E. Sar- edy better than any other," writes R. correct constipation and on the south by land owned by 'I. H. Hall, ,:
on in spite of his efforts, become mixed I excellent tonic effect on the whole nd on west by land owned by F? K. Myers, ;:
' "''. 0th ride range at Black Point be-, with the lime pent, Peru Ind., says, "Chamberlain'sCough E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have ontaining twenty acres, more or 'I4'SII. x d'
and lessen and rid
., October 6 and its quality Remedy is worth its weight in taken it off and on for years and it system: purify your blood J. C. KEENE
continuing for besides the removal the '.uardian for Elia Jerry and Ma-fha Keene.
11 days, Marksmen from all I of the clay, was gold and I take pleasure in recom- has never failed to give the desired you of all body poisons through minor heirs of Joseph C. Keent- deceased.

I.., ', stated because of the increasing depth, be mending it." For sale by all dealers. results." For sale by all dealers. I bowels. Only 25c at your driggist. I 9-11-GL' ,
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I fl i .IMirt.' -. 11. \r.au; : Telegraph. .NO. ),SIGN-< OF' PEACE.- ed affiliation the public declare, we of our German kinsmen blood are and not THE 'NEWSPAPER ,AND THE. .tttttfttttttftfttt'tfftftfttiiifttji f tt ._..T 'I-. .1 I

: ,. S: :'11II f. Those who are hoping for an early the wild, blood-thirsty beasts indicat TOW I, Jc. ,
1 :y i: Local::'aid. +Loas ;11'..Distance ,Phone in'Euiope eeL-Hugo .KUest.MORTALITY .. !;
peace : are doomed to disappointment TOO .
",: .. .' ,'. Number.. 4t e.r' -wF' The dogged sort of .. The value to of a live, energetic news- Progressive Business fipnslnS 5! J
t ; paper any or city la abso 1
t '. fighting,that it taking place betweenthe IN BATTLE. -
lutely impossible of estimation. Thereare h
;: Published weekly, and entered as Germans'and; the allies in Northern Readers of the Telegraph t, ,
so that : find : '
many the wilt it
k k'f' -E secondlai matter at the ,postofficeat France" meansHhat' 'DO matter To read of a battle in which 3,000- to-th, s
promotes the interest of the
\ ..t' at. Starke, F1orId ., -- what the outcome may be of the bat- 000 men are engaged naturally raises .and the individual, citizen that city it advantage to trade,with tie, firms rep'--\1

t x tie that is being fought there- the visions of wholesale slaughter.. All would lie like trying to number the resented in ,this directory.MMMMMMMMMMMMI : .- J

% !* 'E. S. Matthews, Editor. and Owner greatest battle to the world's history the appliances of modern warfare are sands of the sea to enumerate them. I, ...

? ', t: 'F. E.. Robbins, ___ Associate ,Editor ke war will go on'until one side or ,designed to that end; all the skill and It is the true friend of rte city or ++ : t"-
the .other is practically exhausted. I science of the .
I -I and Business Manager greatest military experts town, and every resident thereof; and ...........................
l i .. There will continue,_ tp talk of are directed to that purpose. stands ready to fight the battles even .V
peace and other efforts in behalf of Yet, basing estimates on authentic EEALESTATB.MMMM ,
: Friday October 2nd 1914. of> individual citizens in a other : FURNITUgfc *
; : way no
: i t f peace as long as the opposing armies historical records, there is good reason .:
agency has either .the nerve or .MM..
\ .'-.' = are able to face each other. to assume that the number of ..
the courage to do -so. It stands ,
{ :' t 'f Pleasant Holt found his Waterloo toVirginia. In a general way we'know what is men killed in any one battle in'France great bulwark defense for the as a ........................... I'NMtNN.' aNI -
s city
going'on between thase tremendous .
will be .
II .-r. surprisingly low when compared and for the people.
t t z + but know little COMER L PEEK '
armies we or nothingof with the death rate under nor- ; FURNTTUSland.
> "But -
this is r'
only one feature
: Rule of health Work rest food the details. At' points along the mal circumstances says .
: ,
.) among the same the Publisher's Auxiliary. Florida Real Estate, Land and .
s 1 j : F. t' sleep, love. great line of battle the Germans gain number of men. At Gettysburg, for "There's another that is seldom almost, tight anything ]* y

: > :% slight advantages one day and the allies instance, the death rate per 1,000 Was giv Umber Expert. want .
; 1 en much thought and that is that
J: The.wages of sin never stop, even another. The opposing forces are 55.5, the highest in twenty-one battles the of pI1LLS DEPAg 't
newspapers any town or city 83 years Experience at Stark. '"
*? in:dull times. hammering.one another. It is simply a in the civil war. According to STORE.- t
are a paying investment for such .
.& 0 question of which has the greater en- the figures published by the North place as industrial institution. People a .......................... _
I Mexico is just one darned revolu- !
durance. There is no great military western Mutual t
Life Company in the
i tion after another.-Florida Metropo- welcome with open arms and loud ..IN.N. ...NI..1NNNN. tNNNH1
genius on either side. The spirit that American Experience Table of Mor- .
; "- lis: acclaim factory costaing few .
any a
c !
.-I is being manifested in the pending tality, for every 1,000 men living at thousand 'dollars and they think the DRY GOODS. i DENTLSTS .
; battle Is the spirit that is dominating the of forty-nine there will be t .
Don't if can't age
. :
t flP worry you pronounce town is very fortunate in securing a .MMMM+ -e:
! ;, the war names. Nobody else can do the belligerent nations. They have 55.6 death before reaching the age of plant that will give MtMMMMMMJ. :

I ; it,either. made up their mindS to continue the fifty-three. For all purposes,this- is number of people. employment Sometimes to a .......""""""....... 090e- :e.

contest to the limit of their'bilities.. exactly the same rate as that on the they ,. -'1. t

; Too many people think it is a good The Germans entered upon the war field of Gettysburg. That is to say, even put up a bonus to secure such a W. MORGAN fcR.. U. G. TUR.' '- ;

' : plan for the other fellow to buy a of their defea I plant There are many newspapers DENTISTEdwarda '
i feeling sure ability'to each soldier had the same chance of Headquarter! for _
which give employment to numberof
't.6 i bale of cotton. France and dictate terms to her in a. surviving the battle of Gettysburgthat a Ladies Ready-to-Wear Good, ,
t Ft people and nothing is of it Bolldiu
! few weeks. They have a great deal thought Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. v Upstairs .; '
a man now forty-nine old over Post
; t No wonder this is a wicked old years The money that comes to the paperis Of*

" \ I ; world. All the good people are sal more the respect now for than the they French had when has of living .to be fifty-three. At spent in the town or city to whichit ..............ttt.. ...... :
; war began -the battle of Chancellorsville the
i to die young. diers. And. the French now realizewhat I of death among the soldiers engagedwas rate is published. None of it goes away . . . . . . . .

1. Ii I ;: What has become S of the old-fash' a powerful fighting machine the 20.3 per 1,000. According to the other except small for ink supplies and paper that and some 4 CHARLEY TOM 4 4. 0. L. HAYNES: .
cannot be
I ioned manwho wore a straw hat anda German army is and what little life: insurance tables the death rate Chinese' Hand Laundry 0 Dentist :
bought at home. The
t i I
Palm Beach suit chance they would have had of successfully per 1,000 among men engaged in newspaper s4 '- 00 -'

resisting it if they hadn'thadn't peaceful pursuits ranging in age from essentially a home institution It p Jefferson and Thompson Sts, 4 O iBone jO.! Hull <
I litt
What has become of the old fashioned works day and night to build its
up p .
set in motion millionS her forty-two to forty-four is exactly thesame. FLORIDA. A 0 STARKE .
i ,'I man who carried a silk handkerchief hadn't set in motion (millions of her Every soldier at Shiloh, where home town and state and spends its . . >1 ., .FLORIDJL '.
on Sunday? money freely with home'people...' It .
\ : : : soldiers and_ started them on theirway the death rate in battle was 42.2 per !
is published strict business
prin- .
e'j : l' will be on the king to Berlin. 1,000 had the same chance of esca .
money Pespies these days and that is the
rem There are wild and budded
; when that snake fight takes The war is really being directed ing alive as the average man of thirtye many
: l'l'O: at Punta. Gorda. from; London and Berlin. It is t I has of reaching the age of thirty-five. son for the growth arid prosperity pecan trees in this section, but the KAHDWAi
! : that has come to many'paper during budded industry is not :
of course that Paris and Petrogradand I These figures are surprising in thus the few pecan receiving :i

If t. mere are two classes 01 people in Vienna are consulted and are not showing how far we are likely to be past years. the attention it deserves. Any 'man rTO

tf1 the world those who read newspapers without their influence but the dominating iled I astray in calculating the relative "As a busines enterprise, a good who owns a home should have a few 5
ii '. ; and those who do not minds are in the English and mortality in battle.-World. newspaper is about the best:industry pecan trees to supply nuts for his

I" : r German capitals. There is no doubtthat --.- that any town,has and publishers own family. Any man who has a small The Trade
In the days of Father Adam ask nothing but deal"TALK <
a ,a square
farm should have '
about small pecan
England brought the a
woman was called an apple but now thai Tinware
cent agreement among the allies UP YOUR TOWN. a source of revenue. Any man who Stoves, -
she is
a peach.
'ft" no one of'them should accept terms Are the French using military explosives is a large land owner or capitalist: Ranges, Sash, Doors,
:. The German Kaiser is now the possessor of peace that were not satisfactoryto that liberate deadly .gases? If you live to a town you should believe should have a large commercial pecan -I Blinds Paints

of 72 titles, but perhaps after all of them. England and Germany It is said that a trench a mile and a in it. If you don't believe in grove. It takes time to developa Oils, P %|

.I the war he will be shy a few. are pitted against each other quarter in length along the Ourcq your town you should move out of pecan grove. It requires a genera i farming )implements as fofi },
for the mastery of the sea and for tion to bring it into profitable bearing I
river it. Like
: was found filled with dead Germans other places it has advantages Plows
y If England has absolute control of ; ,
control of the world's markets. And but it will
. i and on none of them was there that other places have.not, and prove a to
the sea, why is she preparing for a that after all is the main reason why you 'to your old age and provide Disc Harrows
the mark of a ,
slightest a bullet or apiece your modesty should not prevent you
r'fJ ,- possible invasion by Germans? the war will go on until one side or of shell This brings to mindthe From letting the fact be known when- valuable estate for your heirs. It is Stalk Cutters, Spring

H- .5 Every dog has his day in Mexico. the other is ready to cry enough. stories printed in the Paris news ever the opportunity presents itself. slow, but it is sure, and it is one of Tooth

:: ) Carranza is having his day now and The only decision that can be reached papers at the outbreak of the war ofa At home or ,abroad whether pursuing the best forms of insurance. You Peg Tooth and Shovel]

11; Villa's day will come next in the battle that is being wagedin new explosive invented by Eugene pleasure'.or engaged in business, can't get rich quick in the pecan bus- Cultivators, Mowing Machin

'. Northern France is whether the Turpin the inventor of melinite. do not neglect 'to give those with iness, but then, you can get rich Corn and Fertilizer Distributor]

! I Writing poetry must be more lucrative theatre of war, in so far as France I It was predicted by the press of whom you come in contact to understand quick in few other lines of business.The .
-t: 1 than it used to be. A Texas I and England is concerned shall be Hay Rakes Presses
Hay Ha
, slow
Paris that this new explosive would[ that you live in a live town sure methods of getting ,
1 iw.. poet has bought a bale of cotton. waged on the soil of France or that I rich are the safest and
annihilate whole
-: ) 9 regiments if used 1 populated by enterprising go-ahead, usually the Ties, Wagons, Gas Engines
f of It will be decisive
Germany. not '
t r' Sniping is not all done in time of in other If the alliesshould by the French against the Germans. enterprising people and one that is quickest. Pumps;; Irrigating Plants
" any respect
's .:'* war and it is not always done with So deadly was it that it was said the advancing instead of retrograding.
be to it Special booster
compelled retreat
; guns.- Many people snipe with their French government was loath to useit If you can truthfully speak in com editions of newspapers Traction, Engines
1 tongues. would be only to form a new battle I on the ground that the slaughter mendation of the ability of your professional help in advertising a town or a Grist Mills
line, and if the Germans should be section, but the practice of the
would be
too terrible. Evidently the men, the square dealing
f Sand oil roads can be built on paper defeated it would mean the changingof French have conquered their scruples t methods your Merchants, the ex- try weekly of saying week after week Plumbing' Electric Win+ ;

,.. for $150 a mile but it costs $2,- the battlefield from France to Ger against its .use. So it would seem as i cellence of your mechanics,' the superiority all the good things it can say of its Building ,and General Con

t 500 a mile to build them on. the many. if each side entered the struggle witha of -gout churches, schools community is what countaj It is this

ground. Before the war is ended there will terrible surprise in store for its op- and public institutions; and the indus- constant hammering of an idea into tracting Automobile
be a great naval battle. If is the minds' of people that makes it
thereI opnent; try and sobriety of your citizens gen Tires and Tubes.
People like the Mexicans, who can'tcontrol one thing that England I lobe stick.
The new siege which the Ger erally, let nothing from '
gun prevent
themselves,.ought to be controlled more than another it is to smash Lumber .; Shingles] .
mans first brought into use at Liege exercising that privilege.You should The
and it takes an iron man like German navy. She will not consent to situation along the Mane river
Diaz to do it. with the result that a fortress'deemed 1 learn to believe, if you do not already, reminds us of the old man whose wife '
until she hash
any peace agreement wellnigh impregnable demolished that have all these and to addition
was we was a chronic invalid. DeWiI\
The old
d chance man Jon
to Gmany's
a to do that.
try m'
South Florida now has the customs increase in on'the with ease was unheard of before the best located town with the finest said he wished his wife would get : :

headuarters and if she can get a and the growth of her power have sea the war. The Germans had kept its country surrounding it filled with the well or something else, and that is the c' '

United States senator her cup.of hap- been commerce for existence a secret. Now it seems as most fertile farms tilled by the most way we feel about the armies fighting -
pines'will be fall.i worrying England years andEngland's if the French to their turn had a surprise intelligent clas of farmers to be found each other in northern France. Starke FloridaMINER'S

shipyards are just as busyas for the Germans had "some in the United States. '
:. We wish
Sy i' "Guerre" is the French word for they can be, working on battle! they would do something or ,
: thing up their sleeve" as'the saying there be any drawbacks it will quit
war and "guerra" is war in Italia a ships. There will be a great sea fight .
is. Turpinite not be mention them. .
may prove even more necessary.to
.} Both these words fit, for they both and other battles on land before thereare |I In
a recent issue
t effective as a weapon of destruction The people and newspapers of the of the Ocala Banner
1 sound like the growling of a dog. signs of peace. When such signs than the German siege gun. Time will] competing towns will relieve you of an article entitled "The Autumn ,

1 A leading magazine t --. appear there will also appear,signs of tell Each side in the terrible conflict7S the task by attending to that part of in Florida" is credited to the Tel r.-

>;j a voting contest recently to determine concluded exhaustion. Savannah- (Ga.) News. I calling to its aid not only millions it themselves. graph. It is a very readable article Stationery aid novelties, enjoin,

-t. who is the greatest living American. of men and countless wealth, but all I Strangers_ seeking a location.. ._n.__ are___ and we would be proud to claim the high grade boa paper, pound paper

There is no such animal THE GERMAN BRUTALITY. the resources of sciene as well.-Sav- always greatly influenced in favor of authorship of it, but we will have to eorresponden ;:eards, envelopes ai

'I' annah (Ga.) News. any place whose citizens are enthus-- disclaim ,it in fairnes to the author. letter sealing vaxes.

t A woman is as old as she looks not In any large army of men, invari- siastic in its praise. No city or town We are not guilty. We did not write School sdppl&s, full line ink aai

-I -., to her drawing room or on the street, ably there will be found two or three TWO CLASSES.There can expect to attain prominence over itt pencil tablets,!lead, slate, indelible,

: but early in the morning before she brutes. This will be, found true of .its rivals unless its inhabitants appreciate Newspaper-. pencils, inks, pens, drinking caps, p*

gets her "fixto's" on. the English, Belgians and French and are,two classes of men who the excellence and virtues of cumulate much men, as a rule don't ac eil boxes and sharpeners, compass IM
\ also of the Germans though owing to each other and will money, but they ac
; There go thru life cursing fate and the thrif- collectively spread 'cumulate dividers and blackboard erasers.
are more centenarians and a surprising
'. more illiteracy in Louisiana than in the iron discipline in the German army ty. One class is lazy and dishonest. abroad their fatih to the present prosperity men and things. They knowledge know every of Toilet article hair nail, too' 1 pi

; "" any other state in the union. Does: it will probably be found in a leaser They never work except under stress and future greatness of their scoundrel, hypocrite and unclean clothes brushes;Tombs, mirrors, shtfing -
degree. Heavy penalties are inflicted and do own locality. Talk is a cheap con aluminum aM
ignorance conduce to longevity? never an honest day's work if woman in the Si soaps and brushes,
community. is hardto
upon the soldiers of the Fath .' they can avoid it and are consequently modity but when rigidly utilized it hide celluloid soap b xes.

i Florida has a habit of boosting erland who injure harmless combat- never wanted if an honest man can can be made effective in many directions paper man.your' meanness He has too from the news Bicycle supplies, tires, lamps, p d.

; Florida with literature that is printed ants. Louvain was destroyed becausethe be had. When not forced to work and this is one of them. information. many sourcesof ale, bells, wheels etc.

f in some other state. Florida prin- non-combatants in that city turn- they swing their feet grumble at the Bicycle repairing a specialty.

s tert are as good as any other printers. ed against and fired upon the Ger- prosperous and tell how the govern- A MODERN NECESSITY. The Germans are becoming nervous Flashlight batteries and bulbs, ,1-

4 U man soldiers. The destruction of that ment ought to own all property and I and suspicious and are dynamitingwindmills tomobile spark plugs, carbide -aM

: Carranza would be wise to take I city will probably save the lives of provide them with a living. The other The value of advertising is felt a in Belgium on suspicion headlight bulbs.. ;

that $1,000,000 turned over to him by women and children, and keep from class are the opposite of these in three ends-the merchant, the consumer that the Belgians signal information
i, Uncle Sam at Vera Cruz and leave destruction and the publisher.
art treasures in
to the
many respects, and yet reach the enemy with the arms of the the
Mexico while leaving is good. Thru the medium of his advertisements While a large percentage of
f Belgium and France for it is a les- mills. The
same terminal, altho by a digerent only other case on record are
-- merchants to the smaller towns
g The dove of peace is brooding over son easy to remember. Knowing the route. This class represents a large the merchant acquaints the of fighting windmills is that of the spiders -
penalty certain to be exacted when element number consumer with the wares he has for Don Quixote. sitting idly by and watching
the United States. Now, if some or of working men.
sale, with their values and their spin their webs across
Belgians shot the German soldiers attractive .
Men who toil hard
will salt and squander their
: body put on the tail of the : I
were not their guns aimed at their features, and is himself constantly A victory or a defeat at any particular doors and the first accumulating 01
; ; bird called prosperinty so we can earnings as they go whether they lit '
is catch her we'll soon be comfy enough own families? It is not necessary to much or little. Men who work hard in touch with the consumer. point on a modern battle line is their shelves, dec tiring that adverta -

in this country. apologize for that punishment As all day for what they can drink at The consumer reads of the goods he not necessarily decisive. As Mr. bi ing does not pay, and that the dollar

W4 .. for the report that the armies have night so that they never have a spare wants learns where to find them andsaves talini would say, it is the "demd to or two they spend with the local paper -

,, ; But At Ohio city of Tcle4 )__. wantonly killed many little children dollar of their own, and they too. the time of fruitless hunting tal" that, counts.Americans for advertising is money throe,
? .' Lueaa County. have mutilated old men and women i from place to place. away, the great Mail Order boos,
1 gradually to look the sober
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be to come on in Europe this
: senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney i !and terrified by their brutalities entire I industrious The publisher is the go-between summer of the North are shipping their ad-o;
doing business in the man as an enemy and onI had trouble in coming home
City of Toledo but
rte the
} County and State aforesaid and I sections of Belgium-this is the i I i his possessions as if they had lost of communication between many Americans in vertising literature down here by
+ : !. that said firm will pay the sum of ONE testimony of hysterical women and the buyer and seller a sort of America havehad carloads. A stat ment is made in t
t. them and found them in his hands
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev- I I trouble in coming home
i err case of Catarrh that cannot be cured frightened children, reaching this And these two classes take to psblic convenience. Strange as it may especially recent issue of a southern paper this
e by the use Of HALT.'S CATARRH CURE. I I talking when they came about 2 A. JL
he too has his
FRANK CHENEY. country only after pasisng through socialism or anarchy, and that the seem uses. three freight car loads' of catalog

i( :Sworn pre"r.ce.to before this CUi me day ani of subscribed December.lary i' English channels. To believe that any 1 1 I I government ought to own all the Advertising accomplishes moregood : Things will come to you if you wait had- been received by that city i for-

4 I. A. D. ISSfc man would be guilty of such conduct, property and do all the business. and better results for all people but they are things that nobody else distribution from Northern Mail Or',

(Seal) A. W.Notary CLEASON.Public even in the pasisons of war aroused --- than any one feature in' commerciallife. wants. You have to beat the other der Houses-Milton Gazette.Invigorating .

.;. flail's Catarrh Cure Is taken: Internally is to lose belief in humanity. Whileto I I If the Germans want to Bel fellow to the good things.
and acts d.rvctly upon the b ood and mums annex to tIM Palo and Sid I
It is modern
te.I oproud to deny officially these a. necessity made so .
nifareaf the system. Send for gram, why are they trying to destroy
i testimonials free. statements the American correspondents ', by tt constantly increasing demandsof As President Taylor said in his inaugural The Old Standard reaeuil itrtnethtolnf took '
F. J. CHEXET A Ct). Toledo. O. everything in it? If they continu p.I GROVE'S TASTELESS!:hill TONIC finch- ,
." F..ld h. ra I'ru-c'rs. T0. are, asked to investigate suchstories. their hellish work of destruction therwon't a discriminating public. address the United States is Malaria....eorlchelbebllooee4.tadbaildaaDWtthe );,
,_, Take 1U::r r t.a rvr was apa.todp Until their stories have reach-I I e "at peace with all the world and '- --''''''r: e.Y- "arknnM.n-,j
be .
anything left to
annex. Read the Telegraph 1.50
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-,- y OCtOber- :2ncL-1914. J THE "BRADFORD COUNTY' TELEGRAPH. ". r i '"S. PAGE FIVE .
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M Our city is.simply one,big family.

When this is discorded.there little
) progress.>> When: there is. a united

':Bits of',Local'' pull easy., for anything' its accomplishmentis w ii

I Would' it not be well for parents Your chance begins I <
Information There's of I.
j who have children attending school in I plenty rxmi .
,. believe
you for
the town to take interest enough in a.aky scrapingcareenmotif -
If II ru.i tier ffWI, ......." ... the schools and their children to visit ,ytmhaye a chance. men are building
....,.. .. ... c..o1'.... One .
the schools at least one time duringthe wiflingand coura ahoy livee. ': :- -'

term? .- geoushulrlan pleniifblymixed irrsac.ta.,

: with energy and TheM'etroPohWsB .
'* those children's .shoes. If each of us would abstain,from stirred with .
,For dry goods. Leviton. Ask to see ambition was bu3i with the I .
counter.'Hull's throwing tin cans and waste papers .;.. poor
:: There will be a special -thaWhe recipe.<
,.)LADIES-Wizard mop' Jones Department Store. in the alleys and empty lots, the ap- i mane :,
pearance of the neighborhood would
'&>>' I Frank Lane left last week for S*> be greatly'improved.

' ,Your favorite box' paper and' tab-: : wannee, Tenn., where he will attend ,
I Mr. B. M. Malphurs and daughter,
xfets.-Morgan. school this winter.
' Miss Daisy Murrhee, of Brooker, were ;

:% American wire at Hull's Depart- visitors to Starke Monday. Mrs. Mur- --i nrht
School shoes for boys and girls,
tjnent Store. .high and low cut, ask to see them. rhee was on her way to Tampa, where
she has secured situation.
f$" Dr. R. A. Willis, of Greenwood, vis- Hull's Department Store.

r iced Starke Sunday. Miss Mamie Marvick has returnedto ,
Mrs. B. G. Mott and children are not only a-new and modern school .

W- New fall goods constantly arriving visiting her sister, Mrs. Walter Lang- Starke and is organizing a piano building, but an exceptionally high- : ,
t class and all who want instruc- ,
fat Korgan'LMrL ford, of Lake'Butler. urges toned corps of instructors.
tion along this line to apply at once

" A. S. Crews is visiting ,relatives for a place in the class. Announcement =
f in Madison. Mrs. R. R. Wynn, of Hampton If you would be well dressed .

p"'". spent the week here with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Longbrake, of Fort come in today and select one -

.Serges, 50 cents, $1.00, $1.25-good I Mrs._F. A. Scott Meade, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jay S. of many patterns in Styleplus ,t '

:t.ntoes..-Morgan. I. Mrs. Bonita E. Jones, of Jacksonville Brown and Mr. N. B. Hull while on clothes for men. We have an I

;'Ben, F. B. Johns preached at Crystal visited her son, Mr. DeWitt C. their way home from- Illinois, where "
excellent line in black and
Jones, Monday and Tuesday. they visited relatives and friends this ,
1. summer. white. mixture, brown, brown '
Jost a' reminder-School books J. T. Reaves has moved his meat and blue checks and blue t. rS rSis
Our orders were placed before the
market into his building next
CASH.-Morgan. own (
assn serge.-J. M. Alvarez .
1. door to the Bradford County Bank. war consequently our prices are not Cordial Invitation Extended t
A Nor goods coming every day.IHall's .- affected thereby. That's one time, to

Department Store. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hampton and when early buying has benefitted our Col. C. L.,Peek & Son are makingsome You to Visit My Store on .V
*' ,-- Mr. Fred J. Hampton, of Gainesville, customers equally with ourselves marked improvements in their I 1 r
JV Hr.'N. Sternberg was a visitor tot were visitors to Starke Sunday. Morgan. new sub-division of Starke near the .at

Jacksonville Wednesday. I school house., They] have staked off k
Percales and ginghams at Leviton's.All Fridayand Saturday
Mrs. R. H. Barbour and little wide streets and are grading them.
";:Mr.. A. J. Griffls and family moved
'I' daughter returned to her home in Allowance is'being made for thirteen- -i
-v7/ ..
Eu Gallia this week. styles and sizes and prices -
Erie Jacksonville Saturday after visit of
a foot sidewalks, which "wilt give room 1
': ib-. George Sweat is in Apalach- In shoes from a child's five several weeks here with her parents, for rows of trees along the walks. October 2-3L 1914 .

-xIssls this week on business. to a man's fifteen at J. M Alvarez Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Sternburg. Trees will be planted. This is one of

,'j'-u: the best building sites in Starke
Mr. Joe who had been To Inspect the
lu )1)1'1 Sweet, of Maxville, was Ortegas, em- = 1Y
dry and level, and sooner or later
l pplq in Starke Monday. American fence. If quality and not ployed several months by the Starke will be of the most
one pretentious
"''..1< ) will American Cigar Co., left Saturday for St. Au- :Q
quantity counts, you buy
Ir. P. L. Dinkins, of Lawtey, was residential section of our city. New Fall Millinery
, fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. gustine, where he has found employ- I .
i\lk, Sttrke on business Monday. Jones. ment at his trade. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Sr., #_ : ---- -----r--J 7

;H.x', Jr", ,Louis H. Hill, of Lawtey, was Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., and )\\\ .
Thirty pieces Amoskeag ginghams
11. ,
: Patterns
Mr. C. C. Scaff, .of Little Springs, Mr. R. A. Weeks attended the funeralof NN\\\\ Dress
toga business Monday.
is on who is teaching school at Enterprise I also tole-du-nords, going at 10 cents. ,
: Mrs. R. A. Tiller at Alachua Sun *
'J 1.' Charlie Manire, of .Hampton, this winter, was a visitor to Starke These are 12 1.2 cent values, but a day afternoon., Mrs. Tiller was for-
fortunate purchase from the great H. and
:,Netted friends in Starke Sunday. Saturday.. merly Miss Eva Powell, daughter of Notions
B. Claffin Receiver's Sale enables us (Q) .

Justice B. L. Blanchard, of Lawtey, Do not 'forget those $15.00 blue to save you money on them.-Mor- Mr. and Mrs.:L. B. Powell, and was '.. ,
born and raised in Starke. She died .
IJL*M in Starke on business Friday. serge suits, they are the best that r \,
....,, at her home in Baconton Ga. and "
. "iT. ,- can be bought for that price. Hull's gan.When ,
I t),'R or A doses 666 will break any Department Store. a stranger drops in town, was buried Sunday afternoon at Ala-

et Fever or Cl ll.. Price 25c. jolly him. Hell him this is a great little chua, the present home of, her par-

Ladies desiring sewing done will city-and so it is. Don't discour- ents. She was about 22 years of age. Lan

;t"fte" most complete line of wood please call and see Mrs. Ella Johnson age him by speaking ill of your neigh- She is survived by her husband, par- Starke e h Florida'

:ii r oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. I at Stump's store. Prices reas- bors. Lead him to believe he has at ents, two brothers and many other ;

.!.> Harry Rivers, of Jacksonville, onable.I last struck a place where good peo- relatives, who mourn her early death.

-s a I visitor to Starke Monday. I I Wilson negligee shirts and ple live. Charlie Tom, who came here from

:. 1lator,A., Z., Adkins was, ip Jack- Wilson underwear just received Mrs. Felix D., Witkovski and ,son, Perry recently to find a location fora W. A. BESSENT, Jr. F. S. PEDRICK

? '"ssmi ,Tuesday on legal business.1k,1AD 1 in large Quantity at J, 1M. Howard of Chatham, Ontario, Can. hand laundry, was favorably
B .. ada, who visited relatives here last enough impressed with the outlook -

Harris, of Waller, trans-I Alvarez week, left for their far-off home Sat- here-to cast- his lot with us. Many FIREPROOF GARAGEALL

HMsd, r business I- in Starke T Don't forget that the Starke Boardof urday. Enroute home they will visit people have come here lately for va-' I

f. I relatives and friends at Atlanta and rious reasons. Some have come to KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND "
f :list, Ernest House was in JacksonI -" Trade will meet at the courthousenext GASOLINE _
' ,lib Monday on religious business. Tuesday evening and don't fail other points.Pull take advantage of our good school facilities I I
b'il '
44 .l.- be some have come to farm our ENGINE WORK.' ,
to .
t : presentMr.
p-An or excellent line of I I. and S, together, brethren. We are all fertile soil and some have come for !
I W. 0. Jelf of Jacksonville here for the same purpose. Then liveand.let WORK GUARANTEED
M. Alvarez.Ftii was business reasons. Charlie Tom is an
!:Img clothmg-J. .
, : in Starke' Tuesday and Wednesday live. The best way to build upa up-to-date, Americanized Chinamen.The '

";rf- waists just opened. Pleased to ..selling the War Cry and soliciting town is for each and every man to Chinamen is a canny creature in PHONE 103. ST ARKE, FLA .

: funds for the Salvation Army. pull together and not strive to rend business matters and seldom makes a CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON STREETS .
them.-Morgan.-5P6 and tear down. I
mistake in a business Charlie'scoming
Mrs. W. E. Bradley and little son, way. ,
Mrs/Ona Sapp, of Mulberry who here is only one of the many ables him to keep barely in front of .
; am III 'ner or Cl ns. Price 25c.rsh.clean Edward' Melton, returned to Starke BUY A BALE.
f Saturday after a visit of two weeks was a visitor for several weeks at the straws that show how the wind is the clutches of his mounting expenses. -

; ..l groceries every week.:I with relatives in Baxley, Ga. home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. blowing in this section, and is another I It requires a high order of mor- If you rate a "man of mejms," }

f, !..... Hull's Department Store. B. Denmark, returned home Sunday.She sign of the good times coming. al courage to continue in his work of Buy a bale. : i iIf ,

The Starke Drug Co. has gone out her father you've fifty in jeans, '
was accompanied by upholding the hands of his neighborswho your /
I There are but few editors in our
want sound corn '
WMD you good
; of business and Mr. J. M. Mitchell :
j I, who came home Tuesday.Cool too often forget his material aid Buy a bale. :
'ti state who have not made a vigorous I
i" Hulls Store.
l us. Department
who purchased the stock some time I : If you've figured out you're broke,
'-. 'h"* !- I fight against the city mail order and seldom realize that he is an assetto
ago, has moved it to his store. cloudy weather and occasional Put diamond stud in soak '
toIderies Leviton's.Ruth your ,
them well in
the individually as as a
5, '- showers this week have been fav- house. This has been done in interest .
of the home merchant and with- community way.-Tampa Tbune.fffffffffftttffif. This emergency's no joke, t .
McMillan, of Jackson. ,Mr. M. G. Darby, of Jacksonville, orable to the strawberry planters and bale. 3
... Buy a
:J t of the Mutual Benefit Life out and without price. If the :
,:'was a visitor to Starke Sun- state agent all who were able to find plants have money .
Insurance Co. of Newark N. J. editors of tile land had received +4
.\ was been making the best of the oppor- reg-
.,: + If you're working for the south,
'" 4---- in Starke on business, Monday. tunity to put them in the ground under ular advertising rates for all they
+ *
Illy Perry Gaskins, of Jacksonville, the present favorable conditions. have said against these enemies of CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING- Buy a bale.

I' j; ,.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard Some bargains-Square edge sid the country merchant they could now t++ffff.4.ffttt.ifii* Let your cash speak-not your mouth,

1I"tI"a. _.. ing $12 per M, ceiling at $8. A few KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEMFor be wearing diamonds. Now the de- Buy a bale. ; :

:'t4 ,;fr window screens at 10 cents each.- home, stores and all public build- partment store man appreciates ad- FOUND-A stray male hog, not Buck up, brother, all aia'Most,

:a+'e.. os for galvanized corrugated Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. ings. Requires no running water, cess- vertising and is willing to take all marked. Owner call and claim and This yere river can be cr'I. sed,

I',\ ;: r006nr. Hull's Department pool or sewer connection. Approved the country editor has for pay for ad. Perry Dover, Hampton -. Don't get scairt about the ,cost, ,
a f1trsRosa. For the next few days we will sell
r t't' by Boards of Health. Costs less Fla. 10-2-2t. bale.
:. ." our ladies white shoes at absolute c stand ,'I than sale, and at a good price. What other Buy a :. Iv.
'i [ :: cess pool or sewerage systems. For would refuse business to help their .
-i Craig and daughter, of this is the time to buy white sale by the Quigley Lumber }FOR RENT-Two store rooms in Kin I" ....,,_ his I.____
' aa 't.v at; May; were visitors to shoes. Hull's Department Store. & Sup- class of business or professional men central location on Call street. J. cep g \svi>uu on Wq/UC, J
. &f : ply Co. friends, especially as many of said Buy a bale. ; I

:({ t1 Beginning Monday, October 5, the i' Mr. E. S. Feurlicht friends never seem in the least disposed W. Morgan. Since the dove of peace has. Sown, l
our line of coats andwits evening mail will be closed in the I man' well known newspaper to return the compliment or to Apply Sloan's Freely for Lumbago. Buy a bale. ..

,"-,,t ,'I,.. about October 10 to 15.l.s Starke postoffice at 7:30 o'clock instead has returned to this throughout state after Florida, even appreciate it. Your attacks of lumbago are not Let the old world have her war, !
a sojourn -
\ of 8 o'clock as heretofore. When her free-for-all is o'er', j"
., !, of several months in other less The] way of the bootlegger and nearly so hopeless as they seem. You

;lt floor on-just what you have been All grades of lumber, sash, doors, favored commonwealths, and paid the speak-easy proprietor is hard in these can relieve them almost instantly bya She'll need cotton more and chore,
,,*I! &>*,Quigley Lumber & Telegraph visit does simple application of Sloan's Lini- Buy a Bale. -4 -
"Ao'..;..;._ .Supply paints, and in fact, everything for a Monday. Florida is prohibition times. Prohibition not i'
', .r'2.r ,. building and improving your home, to the mecca of the printers in the win- prohibit altogether, but it prohibitsto m,nt on the back and loins. Lumbago i f
.' ., is form of rheumatism and yields Let the wild-cat stock schemes! rest, t..1
ter a
be had at the Quigley Lumber &: season. a large extent in Starke, and the '
,-; 1 arloa4 of wire field fencing at Buy a bale. I
Supply. Co.Everyone. who does not believe it.and triesto perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates .
i4iW prices. Quigley Lumber & The farmers have just as much to man will to quickly all in through the gore, ten- When you've fifty ,to invest,/ : rtj
his belief come
live to
; fo.r.J.v : is interested in an item do in building up and improving their up later. Sheriff Den- der muscles, limbers up the back and Buy a bale. :,il1

: ( : of local naws. If you know of any town as do the citizens of the t wn. grief sooner or have been investigating makes it 'feel fine. Get a bottle of You will help along your biz, f
> Darby, of Jackson- mark and his deputies -
'. local happening that is not generally It is to their interests to have up-to- in Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any (Doesn't matter ,what it is,} .
t: family of Mr. A. M. blind tiger operations :
"11Yloar1ea known, communicate the fact to this date merchants, machinists and me- this city for several weeks, and dur- druggist and have it in the house- And your neighbor will help l ltis, : -j

office. chanics. How can they expect these the week eight offenderswere against colds, sore and swollen joints, Buy a bale. r. '. :-

i .' J. D. and W. T. McEvers, conveniences if they send to all the ing past and convicted and fined rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and a i<; ;;
Mrs. D.
were in Starke on busi- M. Gornto and daughter, large cities for merchandise than can in the chain like ailments. Your money back if Now's the time to hit the ball, 'i ;

) ooday. i Miss Ruby, of Jacksonville, visited be bought.of the home dealer? and promised a sentence not satisfied, but"it does give almost Buy a bale. ,:{ ';
I the homes if the offense was repeated.
of CoL W. T Weeks Col. kung
I ,
instant relief. Help the farmer out this fall;
tV line of, blank books, from 10' C. L. Peek and Mr. N. T. Ritch this The newspaper man is blamed fora i Heretofore it has been hard to ob- bale.You'll ;

10, =-!asorandum to 500 page led-'I week. whole lot of things he can't help, tain a conviction for selling liquor on News comes from all over Florida. Buy a :' 5

:"lorga such as using partiality in mention- account of the proneness of witnessesto of a revival of business at an earlier be proud you did your share, ;

-k; ;''' ; The Sunday school of the Presby- ing visitors, giving news about some suffer a lapse of memory or to time than has characterized former When the cash that you can spare:; ,

; .T.-:for,1 ladies, satin, gun metal, terian church will hold rally day services folks and leaving others out, etc. He profess a lack of knowledge but this seasons. It looks as though Florida I I Flattens out this cotton scare, ,

i2lttker, tan, any color. Hull's next Sunday, October 4, at 10 simply prints all the news he can find. time the authorities secured affidavits will have the best business season she Buy a hale. {'
t Store. o'clock A. M. The public is arrests and the -Meggs 0- Frost in the Galveston'
:" people inform him about, such before they has ever enjoyed this fall and win- .
\ ,F''Nuw. invited to attend. things and others single witness did not News.
do of ,
notMr. a
Howell and Miss Vi.Thydweie memory ter. Trade revival seems to be gen-
-' '. The Starke school trustees fail him. eral the country over, and should CARD OF THANKS.
: J : to Jack- are negotiating S. Warren moved his fam-

_ doc, -,, Saturday., with a prominent lyceum ily from Clajmo to Starke ,Monday While we are talking of the show marked increase.-Jacksonville We desire to express our sincere "

_ ? !:0nie(: Edwards bureau with a view to giving &good and has placed his children in the "preat" newspapers of Florida let us I Metropolis.. thanks to our many friends fol their

who has been. lecture course for the benefit of the '. Starke public school Many families not forget the struggling editor of sympathy and help during the Illness
t.relatives in I Piles Cored la 6 to 14 Days
Jacksonville for school this winter. The idea is, if have been attracted to Starke lately the small weekly who gives his all to four druggist will refund ttonty if PAZO of our daughter, Mamie, who i* now

_ ,fweeks, returned home Wed-I possible, to admit all school childrento | by the superior educational advanta- : the cause of progress and gets in return OINTMENT fail to cure any cue of Itching safe on the road to recovery.
9ind.Blfffiilli or Protruding Piles in I to 14 d&n
the lectures free. I ges offered by our school We have a-reluctant patronage that-en- ::- 4 "I.;wwi.:nviva t.iic .$ ,Sett Sw. MR. and MRS., S. B. DENMARK,

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Upon two ,or three*occasions late- CMldn* Whistle, but Hia .
ly this department has been askedto Wife Could and Did. I 'f!

t ,a. THE GROWERS AND SPINNERS name. the best breed of hogs toraise I Apparently the powers of Mr. Gladstone : .. ; ',.:., ;11 I

';& '.... in 'Floridda. There, has been as 'a whistler were somewhat WE \, :, 11

; ,C'' --. J considerable discussion of this question limited. Judging by the amusing story :, : ,.g V il'II L: J; ; ,,,:';'PAY 'I.

SITUATION OF: SEA ISLANDS as well as in Florida and Georgia, in the past some favoring one tol4 by the' Bev., T. Selby Beorey In ,. .' ,'. s

'rr' ,. turned to upland cotton. In_' a few breed and some another. Certain hog ,-Attic Salt" Mr. Gladstone and Dean : '" '..._. ''. '... ,"-' .' t i
short cotton to be' found Wellesley were schoolfellows at Eton. ? t :
Bulletin years was raisers have claimed that a cross be- -
: Embodying Important
and ,tbe friendship there commenced
growing in fields side by side with
the the
tween Duroc-Jersey or
continued throughout lit!. When they ;
Information Advice I
1 :: .- and the best long staple. Through cross
.. shire and the native'hog ia the best, were both In the sixties tbef met at a

i ;:IN. ,0 Growers. pollenization and other causes a gen- under existing conditions, little dinner party at to deanery at The Best Prices- -ForSea ,

r eral deterioration in the quality of It appears, however, to the breeder Windsor, and the great statesman jocularly t j ,

I : ,Washington! D. C., Sept., 29.:-Cooperation Sea, Island cotton followed.. At the who gives the matter proper consid- said across the .table to the Island Cotton and ;

'. between growers of Sea Island present time Georgia and ,Florida eration, that a pure breed hog of dean: I
; growers who, find that they cannot one "I say, old friend I have got a good "-"
j'j'I f. cotton and spinners is urged in some ..variety should excel in
a.forthcoming bulletin (No. 146) ofl' obtain fresh seed from Carolina, at Florida as is the case in other states. story for you about" Harry Pblllpottabishop Will Make You TheClosest }

t of which place seed selection has been In such great hog raising states : of Exeter. 'I
the department agriculture as essential as
which ,Mrs. Gladstone
Upon hastily
t to the future of this importantcrop. practiced intelligently for many years Iowa, the Poland China leads largely i, interfered: Prices on Dry = .

In recent years the growing of are beginning to make their own se- because that breed is the best adapted -William, you must not tell that story \.

1 .4 Sea Island cotton has not been profitable lections. In a number cases this to the climate feed and other con- until the servants have left the Goods and 'X

.f and under ,existing conditions has met with very gratifying success, ditionsand being so adapted it is room." 1 Groceries. .,)> I

i it is hardly likely that it will be. It but the practice is not yet sufficiently the most profitable hog for the Iowa Wben tbe psychological,moment arrived iI

j '. is highly desrable, however, both for general to offset the widespread de- farmer to raise. Mr. Gladstone said: \

I the farmer and for'the spinner, that terioration.. So far as the writer has observedthe -You know Wellesley, that Bishop '"Ir

t this long-staple cotton should contin- Changes in Fashion. Duroc-Jersey is most profitablehog Phillpotts during his old age acquired .,,
the habit of sitting late at ,night ,!
Finally, with all these causes at up -
for the South and while there
ue to be raised without any deterioration -
work to the of with his chaplain. Well one night be 1
i menace consumption
a be in A. D. ANDREWS
}J t of agriculture has just completed a Sea Island cotton, changes in fashions this breed with the native hog in sec- study chair with feet against tbe man. "

f : 1! study of the market and economic and manufacturing methods still tions where the animals must: range telpiece. dreamily looking Inte tbe fire, ;:
further lowered the demand. Lenth of
1 : conditions in the Sea Island cotton industry over considerable territory for their when be beard footsteps at tbe door ,

i the results of which will be staple was no longer so essential in feed because of lack of sufficient good and tbe noise of a dress behind him. '-

f forthcoming in the bulletin entitled the fine goods trade and price be- forage grown for them, the pure "Without looking up be xald in a RAIFORD, FLA :s :

; : Economic Conditions in the Sea 'Island came more important than the qual- bred hog must eventually triumph. very endearing voice, thinking tbe Intruder ".. "

) Cotton Industry. This inquirywas ity. An interesting example of this That the Duroc-Jersey is a good to be his wife. 'What can I do ,i '
is the in the cotton demandfor for little darling?' To bill
change you my
; prompted primarily by the fact hog is quite generally admitted and "
astonishment tbe
automobile tire cloths. A few great trespasser
that although the crop of 1912 to there is no question as to his being
proved to be not his wife but bill
the best of Sea Is-
l||| | 1913 was approximately only three- years ago grade adapted to warm climates. Perhapsthe wife's mild And the only way In -.J
land cotton considered
fifths of that of the precedidng year, was none following description of his good which the poor bishop could give ex

t :. the price. were lower and a 1 much good for this purpose. Then came a qualities by Gee W. Bolds, in Modern pression to his feelings was by a long WHENEYER JOU NEED' 1
fall in the of tires and
.r larger stock was carried over. price upland Farming, will serve to give our read- drawn out, subdued whistle."

: t For this condition of affairs the investigation cotton was substituted. This has also ers a clear idea of why many experi- Mr. Gladstone at this Juncture said.

i j proved to be a very serious blow to "I cannot manage tbe whistle, so I will TAKf
:: .. found four causes primar- enced breeders think he is the best A GENERAL T NIC
fl !1J fly responsible. the Sea Island cotton industry. hog for Floridda: ask Catherine to give it." and MraGladstone M GROVEl
( finished the
: [| ]1"{ 1. A deadlock in the market; Remedy Proposed.Although "I have tried the pure-bred hog story by giving
it is quite possible that the long drawn out whistle, to the de-
;, : growers holding the cotton for higher other changes will raise the demandfor business with the Berkshires, Poland light not only of the dean, but also of The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally
: prices than spinners were willing Chinas, Yorkshires and .
.; Duroc-Jerseys
all the
jjto: .,pay., Sea Island cotton to its former I and had to admit from experience guests. Valuable as a General Tonic because it Act on the Liver,"

I '' proportions, the investigators are not Drives Out Malaria Enriches the Blood and Builds
2. The successful competition against : that the Duroc-Jersey was the hog up
Sea Island cotton of the new able to advise growers at the pres- I for me to stay with at all times, as CLEAR AIR OF MEXICO. the Whole System. F 't'GtuwnPeople aod Children,'

'i Egyptian variety known as Sakellaridis. ent extra time staple to increase cotton.their productionof i he is the hog for the poor man as Seeing From the Top of the Sierras to

: They recom- well as the rich. He is the hog that Mount Sparta. You know what you are taking when you take ove'a Vtstdess chin Tonic
mend that the farmers of
t 3. Deterioration in the quality of any will take the place of cane and cot- The distance at which flashes from u the formula is printed on every label showing that it contains the weHknotj

Sea 'Island cotton due to the difficulty organize for the purpose of growingon ton for the South; he is the hog you the heliograph and other objects can tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong u the strongest bfca
a co-operative basis one varietyand tonic sad is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for '
'of obtaining proper seed. can keep any place with a 26-inch be discerned by the eye depends on
; 4. Changes in fashion which have they suggest that a desirable variety high fence; he is a hog that is very two things the height and the clearness Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives lifeaandvlgortoNsrdag
t I in for Carolina Mothers sad Pale, Children. Removes Biliousness
length planters Sickly without
of the air. purging.
J resulted in an increased demand for gentle and can be handled by chil-
would be about 1 7-8 inches. Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the liver to action
perhaps In Mexico the air Is said to be clearer uj
,and diminution in dren he is the
goods that will
j coarser a I ; hog farrow
purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A
I Such a movement would enable grow- than anywhere else in the world. Complete Strengthenet.
I the consumption of the longest and ers to keep their seed pure and their and raise more good pigs than any At any rate, It Is the only country No family should be without Guaranteed by your Druggist. We mean it. ,Sflc( ,
finest cottons. other breed known he is the
; hog ,, ,
where a view extending to 200 miles
( variety true to type. Manufacturerscould "-- -- -- -
fj No Market for Futures. that is considered the best rustler can be obtained. By climbing to the
uniform and
rely on a quality
The investigators found that the and stays in good condition on the top of the Sierra mountains the lonely THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
length and the quantity would alwaysbe ,
( deadlock of 1912-13 was due to the smallest amount of feed; he is the peak of Mount Sparta can be seen. It successful for
sufficient to merit the attention of remedy ,Blood Poison
I .' fact that in Sea Island cotton there is hog that can stand the heat of the would take four hours by express train P P. all Blood Diseases. A wonderful tonic for both
This the inves-
large buyers. remedy
no market for futures as there is for Southern climate and not have a poolto to reach it PF.and women. Has been razjhufactured for tie

upland or .Egyptian cotton Sea Island tigators say, is the only one that swim in to survive; he is the handy Mount EVt'I'eL'lo the Himalayas, Is 35 years. At all Druggists, 1.00.
to hold out of mountain in the world.
seems a promise restor- the tallest
cotton must be bought outright hog that will stand more punishmentthan V. LIPPMAN CO., Savannah, Ga.Here's .
ing the industry to its former prosprity. From Darjeeling the gigantic cone of I
and spinenrs do not therefore, as a any other. You can fatten him
I There are expert cotton Everest Is seen rising in snowy grandeur !
general rule arrange for large supplies at any age; and you can grow him among its mighty neighbors and
breeders in the islands
good judgesof
t in advance. In November 1912, ; in six to seven months with your any stranger would vow that It was
the length and fineness of the lint
t ;
prices were satisfactory until it was native grasses here, so he will com- not more than thirty or forty miles
discovered that the crop for the year I good farmers and good planting seed. mand a frame to take on fat at the away. As a matter of fact the dis'
However until market conditions im-
would approximate 70,000 bales. This rate of two and one-half to three tance is 107 miles as the crow flies.

L; ,was regarded by many farmers and prove it seems advisable that island I pounds per day, and at nine monthsold The most conspicuous object In the
farmers should turn their attentionto British Isles is Mount Snawdon, IB
't.. dealers as short crop and the price should weigh 275 to 300 pounds.He .
other crops. Beef cattle, hogs, dai- Wales, which on a clear day can be
advanced in
was consequence. Spin- is the hog the butcher wants; the
rying and truck farming are all distinctly seen from Bray heed Coun-
ners, however, were unwilling to meet pos- nog the packer wants; and the hog
distance less than
ty Wlcklow, a no
sible alternatives. In the meantime
this advance and turned to other the farmer and feeder wants, as he eighty-ire miles Snowdon can also Whcro You Get
care'should be taken to raise ade-
f sources, chiefly the Sakellaridis and an will bring the quickest returns for the be sees from Waterloo r Liverpool, a

1 t other varieties of Egyptian cotton. quate supply of pure seed cotton, for feed he consumes and the best profit. distance of fifty-two miles.

r The study of available statistics re- use when the price reaches the point "If the Duroc-Jersey is not the In the fens where the ground Is per-

, veals the fact that although there was that will again make profitable to I most practical hog for all, the ma- fectly fiat for miles any lofty object 1 1., f1rtoneTres
decrease from growers of Sea Island cotton.In can be seen a long way off. Boston !
i :. a the preceeding year jority of the farmers in the United
of conclusion, the investigators Stump the tower of the fine old churchat
1 13,175 bales in the total consumption States are surely very ignorant regarding -
point out that it is to the advantageof Boston Lincolnshire, visible-from
I If of extra-long staple in this country the most profitable breed to
the American to have a the Leicestershire bills, quite forty
during 1912 and 1913, there was :raise, as statistics show us that over miles Tubes: and
I double source of supply of extra long away. Accessories
I' an actual increase of 21,000 bales in sixty per cent of all hogs marketedin From the top of the famous Black
and not to be dependent
t the consumption of Egyptian cotton. upon the United States, at our different pool tower you can on a clear day
Therefore, it is evident that both de- Egypt for these staple cottons. In markets, are either Duroc-Jersey or catch a glimpse of the mountain of And that means that her you get

crease' and increase was affected at view of this fact, co-operation be- crossed such that the Duroc blood Stl Iet"lI. In the tale of Man. The dis- the for '

4 the expense of Sea Island cotton. tween the farmers and spinners will predominates."You tance N a pond sixty miles.-Spokane most your money.

''J ( I The Sakellaridis Variety. prevent the occurrence of any such can get as fine and delicious Spokesman-U* Tiew. -
deadlock as in 1912 and 1913 and per- Most miles dollar and '
f. In all probability the Sakellaridis cuts from a Duroc hog as you can per : moss
mit extra staple cotton to continue to Turkish, yet Greek
I variety would sooner or later have any other, and besides that is not all, comfort per mile. '
be of the chief of One of the most rnaracteristir things ,
come into competition with Sea Island one money crops for the whole hog is of the very bestas about .l'uU."ItwtiiaIJJll I that while it '
the farmers of the Sea Island district.
J | 1 cotton, but there can be little Times-Union. a pork proposition. You can get has heroine Turkish it bus not c-wsfd Firestone quality has led the

||; I fc c .-doubt that the deadlock of 1912 materially your bacon with your three streaksof to be rwk. The Mini U true of world for fourteen There i is

j hastened its coming. This variety lean and you can get your choice Thrace. MUfdouLi. aiud Asia Minor years.
_-, is more vigorous and more productive hams and shoulders, and after all which contain a l Urjre; Turkish |*>iiula no argument about it. ;|

than Sea Island cotton, although "Forty years ago the temperance this you will get more pounds of lardto tion. but which still form a part .>f the

I the fibre is somewhat coarser reform was traveling at the pace ofa the weight than any other hog Greek world to nhhb they aU.iys IN- But because they have the largest ate}

f and less elastic. Where strength is prairie schooner along a western known. He is not the hog of few longed.bly luflueuml TW two ruin rarer oilier hart, a*l liuii tlwir>i>iita ungnages best equipped tire factory, and only the tom

the quality desired, as in sewing trail. Today its electric speed is the good qualities-every inch of him can
notch the : :
uud itrtam of their t-tisium men, prices are right. a
Sabellaridis despair of the liquor dealer and fore- the best results" Florida
thread or tire cloth, ap- be worked to prove. A good deal IIf Urvrk IIKHX! -- ,

\ pears to be preferred, but in mercer tells the early downfall of his trade." Farmer and Homerseeker.OF now flaws. tWo u. TurkWj vt'ins .Vvrtheles8 Call and See ." :

_, ized goods and high grade hosiery, These words from the address of there bits lt-u remarkably

fabrics, and underwear, the Sea Island Miss Anna A. Gordon, president of INTEREST TO WORKING- little assimilation after 5uu years of tfoa-Siuf-Smooth Tread-AH Types-AU Sisrro

is still commonly used. The effect the National W. C. T. U., at Chautau- MEN.For one element by the otbvc' They coexist DEWITT C. JONES

I of the deadlock, however, is now I qua, N. Y., pictures graphically the I each perfectly distinct aud each

I shown by the fact that in November then and the now of public sentimenton $11,000,000 invested in loquor 77 claiming: with perfect rwtsoo the land STARKE FLORIDA

1912 Sakellaridis was about 2 cents the liquor question. And speakingof invested as bis owaScribuer's.Ha .
I men are employed; for $1,000,000 -
cheaper than Sea Island; on August the prospect for nation-wide pro- in iron 248 men are employed; Was Posted.
I 3 hibition in the near future, she said:
30, 1912, it was quoted at cents.
for $1,000,000 invested in .the paper A distinguished painter employed a I
"National Constitutional Prohibi-
Sea Island cot-
more per pound industry 367 are employed; $1,00,000 small boy from a neighboring slum as
ton from Florida and Georgia. Apart tion is a 'Safety First' measure and
invested in leather calls for 469 men; a model He gave the rbild sometea
from the quality of the cotton itself, should command the earnest, active, in textiles for 578; in lumber for 579. and asked him if be would' like brown

"., market conditions undoubtedly rais untiring support of every Christianand It is seen, therefore, that the same bread or white expecting as is usual IN i

ed the popularity of Sakellaridis. This every patriot. It is 'Safety First' amount of invested in productive with such youngsters that he would STOCK

b ,i\ is sold on the net weight basis and is for thousands of suffering women and and constructive money work employsfive ask for white. The boy however, ask-
of the children it is 'Safety First' for the ed for brown bread. PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEES
j paid for ten days after receipt ; \
i times as workmen as does "
many "Helloexclaimed the painter, astonished MATCHERS SELF FEED RIP
Island the other rising generation of boys and girls,
cotton. Sea on
the liquor industry. breweryand : "do you like brown bread
is sold weight with a our citizens of tomorrow who are en- I
hand on gross MACHINERY
distillery be converted into bona "Yes." replied the boy; "it's got more SHINGLE
sight draft attached to invoice. In titled to this protection along life's fide manufactories, will it hurt or willit nitrogen In it"-Manchester Guardian. ENGINES up to 40 .. SAXVJULLSBOILERS I

practice this frequently means that treacherous highway; it is a 'Safety help the community? ap to 40 h. Light and Dray

"'II, it is paid for about thirty days be- First' measure made absolutely neces- Expert Criticism. SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB CAXVEVORS!

fore it reaches the New England,spinner sary by the complex condition of the Hopeless Lung Trouble Cured. "Why do you associate with that GASOLINE EXGIXES STEAM FEEDS

lectric age in which we live, an age Many recoveries from lung trou- rough looking many Be looks like a LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS i

which must eliminate alcoholic poisonif burglar." I DISSTOX SAWS
Deterioration.The bles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar .
it would preserve individual and "That is Just what he is. boy. SAW BITS for all make of BITS
third factor, the deterioration na- Hor. y. It strengthens the lungs and my
of Sea Island cotton, is beyond ques- tional life. National Constitutional checks the cough and gives relief at When you write a crime play these SHAFTING PULLEYS BOXES
4 beat
i days supposed to have real BELTING pade@dllllD to
Prohibition is an efficiency measure you are a l
tion, according to the investigators.When once. Mr. W. C. Wilkins, Gates, N. with LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS
criminal collaborate
the competition of West Indian which must prevail in our great re- C., writes "I used Dr. Bell's Pine Tar YOIl.Kan EVERYTHING FOR THE
cotton began to make itself felt, public if we are to maintain our po- Honey in a case given up as hopelessand sas City \1 SAWMILL I

Carolina Sea Island growers determined sition among the nations of the it effected a complete cure." Geta In Write 'OPPrices
Mercury Japan.
not to sell planting seed to any world. bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. Japan and China use more mercury I I

one, not even to their fellow island- Only One "BROMO QUININE"To If your throat is dry and hacking let than most other countries. In tbe past 1

i era. The inevitable result of this together trickle down the throat, you will sure- this metal ia used largely in making I
set the genuine,call for full same tAXA'IV -
with unprofitable prices was BROMO QUININE. Look tor f mature of ly get relief. Only 25c at your drug- vermilion, and In Japan In compoundIng .
those islands :.W.Gaov E. Cures a Cold In 011-Lap. Stop a secret explosive.
that many growers on .111I"11 and headache, and noM oft cold. 2Sc.. gist. > j




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11'---"11 LOHMss'S "QUARTERS. LIFE IS ALWAYS, DYING. '. .,. ..'

h. a I.I.l -BRiTTANY.1'hat Each Trade or Profession, as a .Rule, And Just as Soon as Wo Cease Dying .

4 Startled a Viwtor In Flocks All by Itself. Wo Cease to Live. ; .

'4 .;, .a Tiny Cotta... Undoubtedly one of the most curious Living is a continuous process of dy Health Drinks' 1 .

I 4 le and amusing ezpen- features of London is the manner In ing.. When we tease to die we cease ,

A. II ae4 Franees M. Gosling which men engaged in particular businesses to Ore. One can rnidily understand -
bya '
i :.. t Hem" The au-_ and professions have congregated this by means of a very concrete ex
: f tr
.-* for some mysterious reason ample. Suppose you arise some-cold .
\ Ml JODI with my bosbaad to End in certain streets or areas. This peculiarity morning and find the fire in your fur

;f 1" It was dusk when we ell- k mailed by the suggestionthat nace baa "gone out. It will do no

'la1s f J -l the ODe room of the tiny cottage. Barley street' will before long good to utter malicious invectives For the Hot WeathEr T

.III work was over for the day. The cease to be the abode of doctors. on against the poor furnace Just philosophize -

'4 customer sat Idly In a corner goe- account of the fact that it is becoming as follows: "My furnace bas 'I f

r with the barber'l wife, while in these days of motors too noisy. ceased to die. In other words it has f ;

of razors .himself -was Idly Where should the doctors decide to ceased to'consume that very expensive
,t(;t-tL:man,over last week's newspaper desert Barley street they will move to article caNed real, The continual consumption What is more refreshing and health-building during the ;i

too dark to see the details of is of course' difficult to say but it is of coal is fire or life in the ,

:'ta;_.1M loom, but 1 managed to find an almost safe to affirm that when they furnace. When the, consumption or long, hot summer than good, pure bottled beer? Our'brands

Fi'iflt'!'. chest la front of a bed art sat do migrate they will finally settle down dying ceased the tire or life ceased

1 ;".fi to watch proceedings. again all together In some quiet cornerof Accordingly you procevd to make the have a wbrld-wide reputation for Purity, Quality 3-I;

i"f .Tt was a cnrfoas eight In toe mid- the metropolis. furnace "'die"some more and Flavor.

i::1\j'-..\..,".ot the room sat my Englishman in There are many Londoners who still What is true of the fuiuace is true .
1'rW JfPt tweed salt a towel round his remember the time when London's of ourselves AH\ or;:aiai1life exists in

:;:t.: bIB face eovered with ghostly chief doctors congregated in tbe neighborhood a state of cuiitiiiiiiius. 'dt><<'otuIKoIiuli| ; r

r-l; j-ffliing lather. In front of him stood of Finsbury square, which was and rebuilding! or a i-uutiiiuotis :state of Bottled Beer Worth While

t; j!5tbrber's wife, a lighted candle in deserted for Harley street on accountof dying and 1 living. \I Rn as decomposition

;? bald to guide her husband in his the many businesses which set op feus-.s rmm>trwtou ceases

iW"' 8oAlly, his this cadaverous face in_the former neighborhood. or, in common lenns, as: soon as we Pabst Blue Ribbon '
;14 sided touching that of his rictinx. the There are many other curious instances cease d 'ju;: we ii-jw living. Certain Jung's Red Heart Veribest Beer t *. -

;:- )1mseit. his left hand holding however, of the manner in poisons! it v.mHiiuvd: liy a human be Bottled Beer Pilsener Style Bottled specially for I"lorida" ;
now by the nose, now by which professional and business men .
'mi bjaband lug (IcvtMix Iif. iiy Miiniliihitins tbedt't'oml'iu .
i;! ilL flock together Tottenham Court road. which Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice malts and.'1
dying :
cd ur
ss : process
I J'i I beard move- for Instance, is the great furniture thoroughfare Absolutely the. best bottled beer ho p s. A great favorite, fne'order
+fodd ny] behind me a is neivssarv fur life. When,they enter for its high quality for over 30
1d... and felt a warm little hand on of the metropolis, while the system a chemical compound is that can be produced. Ask any- years. Must be good. will make ;you a steady

.1 r; \ft back of my neck. There was a Long Acre monopolized. by motorcar formed \vhii-h resists decomposition. body. Try it customer.

it ri amOtbd laugh, and I turned to see a I' firmevtod carriage builders. Avia- TIMID( examination of the dead body it Per 1 d 1 Dozen. --- ____d_____ $ 1.00 '

,#Hjrif eyes twinkling at me from theiI I tors' haTe made Piccadilly the headquarters will l lit' found that putrefaction does 1 Do z., small--------------$1.50 ease, oz. small, ----$ 1.00 5 Dozen ________ ______ $'to, 00

\fcpdn of the cupboard bed against. of the aeroplanF industry, in not take, iUnv.' With these' poisons in 5 Dap, small ____________$ 6.00 Per case, 5 doZe small, --- $4.25 10 Dozen (1 Cask)_______ $ 1.00

iI ,jrtkii I was sitting. I which etfcet the Aero club situated and the the body there IN 1 u<> process of dying; 10 Doz, small -------___$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50 5 cask Lots, per cask, __,.$ 7.58 "
; ; *lakes TOO done! growled the offices of the Aeroplane are hence time is no life.

: 'hl .. mildly still intent on his work..: : while film manufacturers have congre- The same truth holds in regard to .

;. {! i))14t the laugh had broken the charm. gated in the immediate neighborhoodof our mental and moral existence It EVERY DEALER CAN MAKE I. .

;tram every corner came rustlings gig- Charing Cross. y we cease to struggle or think and are r
Httte voices and shining,merry Why is Hatton Garden the home of ,
fta, I content to live a purely animal life
Ji :. ..' And everywhere there were U4steds diamond merchants and why do so I I .
activity of our brain powers quickly
\\Il fun of boys and girls! many music ball artists insist on livingat ceases and we are mentally dead. BIG MONEY THIS SUMMER
1ft'D1, however many children hate Brixtoa? A stroll down Holbern
Struggle action aspiration is dying
_ ''' bewilderpest reveals the fact that it is a favorite 3
'wof I asked as soon as the .
but it means living Introduce the poison
'of finding myself surrounded by street for the show rooms of bicycle
of vice and there is a cessation of \
ItF ,.tUs! crowd of onlookers allowed me to manufacturers, while there are probably mental life as fatal as that caused to Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what you can sell at a rofit.

I ..-t. more typewriting firms In Queen arsenlc.ew York American. Do not delay stock these brands and will have the
the most
,"Tonrteen, madam,' replied the wo- Victoria street than any other part of body by you popular stand in town and at '

.'J f..... the metropolis. Gerard street Rupert the end of the season made a profit that will mean money in the bank. 1 i! .

."Tne house is so small that we CODanelns street and some of the other streets In

sole by the size of our f am- Soho appear attractive to the cinema ONE OF' OUR LITTLE GUNS. Summer Drinks That Sell i.

;, icy,* remarked the barber, jocosely, at trade and many private theaters are
i which there was much merriment in found in that classic neighborhood.Hat tt'l. In the War Department and Hasan ,

J; evpboard bed Manufacturers seem to have a Interesting History. NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. I
for Blackfriars road while Visitors to the department In *,
'f' great liking i war The best light brew made. Less
..1 ANIMATION. Willesdea can probably boast of more Washington may see a little old fashioned than 2 per cent alcohol Bottled Non.ntoxicating. Less than 2 All the best kinds in stock forspecial J

SUSPENDED, laundry firms than any other' district cannon occupying a position at per cent alcohoL Refreshing and
in London. Most of the builders are the right of the god of war standing for prohibition territory.As healthful. immediate shipment 4

zrf .H TWs Seientwt Succeeds W., Will in Wand worth. the bootmakers and near the main entrance of the department near real beer as possible.
az. ', Haw a New Economic Era.i cabinetmakers in Bethnal Green, tAn- 10-Doz Cask _____________ $8.50 10-Doz Cask _____________ $8.50 10-Gallon Kegs, per gallon ._ 60c.

.: d remarkable suggestion Is advanced ners in Bermondsey, potters in Lam The chances are however,' that the !

,' Ir I Russian edenUst ConM the vital beth, brewers and printers in South majority of visitors win pass it by All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether You Want Us to i

I fractions of animate be completely restored suspotfal wark. with only a superficial glance, for It is Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow 15c Per Dozen for Empty Bottles \
for a period and then
Hoxton seems to be the home of Jam a mere pygmy in comparison'with '
F. 0. B. Jacksonville Florida.
7 fun1 vigor an economic revolution ,
i tI manufacturers and Houndaditeb that some of the modern guns being a .. ..
,world,result The stock on the farm of toy dealers, while Clerkenwell roadIs bronze six pounder, a little less than .

'Vfcfch' yields no profit. hi the winter. the greater center of Ice cream merchants six feet in length and with only a CHAS. BLUM COMPANY "

iwk ai bees and sheep, might literally makers of street organs- and three and a half inch caliber. !

bt kid aside until spring costing Dothnig mosaic' floor makers. Charing Cross But if visitors suspected even part of '

'doing the unproductive season and road is* street of bookshops and Fleet the gun's interesting history they
\ be- Established Over 25 Year'and Absolutely Reliable
yfeUfeg a profit as soon as they
street tbe bob of the newspaper world. would not pass by it without pausing

pa to bear expense. -London Tit-Bits. to pay it more respect The little gun
_,!tit cost of shipping live stock of ail was built In Holland in 1741 for King Jacksonville, Florida
fall the irreducible minivital -
kMs would to
How the Falconer Told It. George of England. It was brought to a
... With functions suspended
: 10 I faaad By ,eyes Jowktag on the America to tp usud in quelling the rebellion .
all kinds of animals. birds and fish : '
cadge INt'I awoke, mantled and of the king's subjects here and
raid be made to the smallest NOTICE OF ELECTION. I
I occupy robed a little after which I let her from that time has been closely con. NOTICE OF TAX SALENotice :
fossOtle space in the transporting vebld To the sheriff of Bradford County, of the
bowse. Hooded, with Jesse, leach and nected with our national history. State of Florida:
f. .and carried without injury to tfcemMjrrei -
? bells In pscfeet order' took her on Tradition tells us that Benedict Ar : Be it known that I. H. Clay Crawford is hereby given that the following described property will be Bold at pntlic auction tt
&1: : Or:of any deterloraUoo'In their secretary of State of the State of Florida do
:rood vilne, to be received la tall flesh the fist sad so to the fields. It was nold led a band of American riflemen hereby.give notice thmtCentral a on the fifth day of October,1914,in the county'of Bradford State of Florida,.or so ranch thereof -

l 94 vigor at the end of the Journey or evident the she was in yarak. for her up Lake Champlain invaded Canada Electta as will be necessary to pay the amount due for taxes herein set opposite to: the tame, to-
Will be held in Bradford county State of
and captured the British post of 8t
sails and train roused eagerly, .
-' 1 vbttt seeded for use. matte Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding the first gttherwUhCOlt of such sale and advertising.
\ 'j i flee a hiatus in the existence of majiwfld and tqf Mtty singles spasmodically Johns. Monday in November A. D. 1914, the laid 3 i
contracted,** tat her talons gripped Among the spoils be took was this Tuesday being tbeThird
successfully '
It. be brought. about Day if Nmnfer -
af weald add materially! to his apparent the glove bard A rook appeared and I cannon upon whose barrel Arnold had For United States Senator from the State m
Ire ttea and tide him over many crtttlachare flew her at It It was too far off and cot' the story of Us capture which may of Florida for six yean from March 4, /f0 : llOQ ,
Wit ,
!-t be read to this day. Because of the c,
escaped, bot it was a marvel to see
..f :. pedodL For Representative from the Second Con- Oo
OWNER of Land '
the the lady wait on. discover another quarry. scarcity' ef guns of this kind among rreBsional District of the State of Florida, Description p i
thoughts occupying
i 1 the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United s:: 'CI
In the Revolutionary '
our fighting equipment "
[Sotaft of the Russian scientist who la chase it throwing up cleverly, and State ::c.. to. :: o'6' =
-t war it Is very probable that For Commissioner of !.eoltare of the '
1 [ aklng exhaustive experiments along finally bind to k with a lightning stoop. tOi < <
this, the first gun captured from'theBritish State of Florida. s
t. She when I ableto
;tile'to'> lines which suggest them. Heit" was depluming was For two Justice of the Supreme Court of
[ succeeded in suspending the vital mate ra oasUy.-Outing Magazine was used by our army infighting "<. State of Florida. I
, against Its former owners all For Two Railroad Commissioners of thee D. ___ ___ J ,
functions of lower. ,organisms by dry .. W. Hancock W14 of SEV4 and SWtf 24 is 240 17.72 _>
through the war. Thus the gun which -* of Florida. Unknown __ Wlj of NW14 25 6 19SO:; 11.63 ,+
and restoring them by the appliesd Hot and Heavy.Mr. made the Dutch for the For two members of the House of Representatives J. W. Townsend N> of SW% -.=_______35 5. 20. : 80 7.41
{ of mol tun.',_ ( egg was always teasing his was by king of the State of Florida. Unknown _._.._.._._.-S1{ of KEH of SEU and S' of NW. ;
of England to be used in fiabtlog For County Assessor of Taxes. of Eli of SEA of SWU and W of SE<4 .
it.R.* has accomplished the ends wife. It that she did not
same WM strange against the French and Americans For Tax Collector. of SW'4 ___-- ._12 5. 2? : 45 8.2S
|it some Insects by'submitting them to oftener s 6p.ct the pitfalls he preparedfor For County Treasurer. Unknown --- Lot 38 in Woodlawn _____15 5; 22 10 1.15
\Varying degrees of temperature then captured and turned against Its For Five County Commissioners. Henry Moore ___.__._-Lot 43 in East Lawtey ________ ; 1.85
he to
loft her. This time came home
j former owners has come to occupy a For three Members of the ,County Boardof John D. and P. I.. Gaakins --All that fractional part of fractional lot '
f(iud afterward applying heat. dinner and said gravely, "Young Public Instruction. one of section 4, township 7 S R 21 lying .:
place of honor and respect at tbe very For Justice of the Peaee in and for the
s Now, he is gradually ascending in White's wife gave it to him hot and north and west of Sampson river beginning ;.
onr'natiohal the following Justice Districts visa
!thi throne of war in copitoL at a point north of section line 440 yards
acale of life but with the frank
heavy this morning: Number One. :
-Wisconsin State Journal west from Sampson lake and run north
[confession that be dares not nope that The Whites had been married but a Number Two. 440 yards thence east to said lake thence .. :
his successes Number Three. south on lake front and said river front to
., ; will reach the to
height few months, and Mrs. Kellogg promptly Number Four.
; Easily Made Salad Dressing. land of Arthur Johns theace north to :NE ,
whkb be aspires.-Boston Herald scented a scandal. Number Five. corner of XEVi of :KWU of said section 4,
", Beat two eggs well, add half a pintof Number Eight. thence weet to point of beginning __.... 4 'I 21: 40 8.72c.
J H: "Fighting already? How dreadfuirshe best vinegar, butter size of a ben's Number Nine. C. McLean __ -WV of block 1 south of range 4, west '
Prussian Executions. conffBOd. Tell me about it." .For Constable in- and for the following in Temple's sub division _________.__21* S. 2? 10 4.Oi ,y
': ;By the German egg and half a teaspoonful of salt nice Districts visa _____ and : of SE> ,
law all capital pun- N. P. Cauthaa -SE14 of SEVi NEU 4 except
:IWunents "Oh. she Just pave him one of the biscuits Put this into a granite pan and set on Number Two. six acres in SE corner __________34 7 22 74 ..32Collector.
must be carried out by behading she made for breakfast" repliedher stove. To prevent curdling stir rapidly Number Three. B. M. DOWLING: ; Tu .
I ; but It Is left to the separate Number Four.
, husband.-Youth'lI Companion.What and continue until it thickens like Number Seven.
;jatttM choose their own method. In ,
} then from stove, and Number Eight. .
J1.tIIaat! districts remove ---- -
were annexed by Number Nine.
'.llepoleon i : I. the guillotinestill prevails. the Hoofs Tell. while still but stir in half a teaspoonful In testimony whereof. I have hereunto set t. .
:r Equestrian statues the battlefield hand and affixed the great seal of the
Other of made mu>tard thinned In as my
: regions may use the ax. the State of Florida at Tallahassee, the capital iflJUWWWWWL1 ]
-t, (SWort or a carving knife If they of Gettysburg all follow a general rule much vinegar, a sprinkling of pepper this the Twenty-fourth day ft August, A. D.

;f'pIeue. The rnwsfcin method is that. I' which sculptors have adopted as an arbitrary and. for those who like It, a teaspoonful 1914.

- jiH* victim' convention. If two feet of the of olive oil. Stir thoroughly until H. CLAY CRAWFORD.Secretary of State.
sitting In a chair, he is bertbs.ded (I. S.) When You WantA
si' i by a horizontal sweep of a long horse are in the air the rider was well mixed and set it in a cool place To S. B. Denmark, Sheriff Bradford County.

r. L**0--Manche6ter News. killed. If one foot is lifted from the Use the same as any drl'l>slng.-National 8-28-9t
iIi-\--: ground the rider was wounded. It all Magazine.Two .

: four feet are planted on the pedimentthen NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

it'.I' .yon H*think Knew you That will Muoh.be able to it signifies that the subject of tbe Parts of a Sentence. UNDER 4888.SECTION LAWS OF 8, FLORIDA.OF CHAPTER Horse A Mule I : Lr

.ip1- ttliP f e ont of jail?" he asked after he statue was not hurt.- ew York World. This story comes from the classroomon : Hereby notice ia given that Louis numbered H. Hill respectively ,, ,. .
of Tax Certificates
.f\l5J *' a full confession to his law- one of Uncle Sam's big battleships: purchaser 65 and 71 issued by the tax col-
,, ;. ..! ....,. Successful Botching. Ensign Instructor In ramniar-; lector of Bradford county. Florida each of :j

..ak* tb@lItat@spendalotof performed by Dr. Cutem was a botch. sentence? Coal P.isser 'scratching his has made application for a tax'deed to issue

kc to putting there-Chicago Friend-Why. understood the patientwas head)-Solitary confinement and bread in accordance with law.
;" you
] The said certificates embrace the following
' completely cured by It. Doctor
Herald and water.New York Sun Florida assessedat
>: lands in Bradford county
":0: .
loftily-I am not speaking of its the date of the issuance of said certifi-
!',. fects on the patient. but of the ef.1 Inconsistent."Your cates in the names and under dates and ASetofHarness E : M1
$: '. Couldn't Fool Artit. numbers hereinafter respectively particularly ,
: the
operation was performed.-
ii wife have the to-wit
f Arthur' says you about set forth :
: W mother after trying lot 34 in
more American. Certificate number 65 embraces
of said the
: -Itu 1 to get him to swallow a pill. courage,, a mouse disagreeable .Woodlawn section 14. township S, range 22

l' It in banana lilts relative."I 16 acres assessed Amelia Phifer. '
g a which Come to See 4.
btm. Too Realistic. wonder that she should make the Certificate number 71 embraces tot 64 in Us
.i, Presently when she asked Woodlawn section 17. township S, range 22
De Critic
: -That snowstorm picture
Mr. Meekton.
; replied
Ml comparison.
ntt' had eaten the banana be re- 18 acres, assessed unknown.
"'Yes you painted last spring was wonder- 'nrtetta |g afraid of a mouse."- Unless said certificates shall be redeemed according i
,--tj -lMba mamma all but the seed. fully realistic. De Dauber-It must Washington Star.A to "law tax deed will issue thereon We buy in car lots and give our cus- r
a ,';: TranscriptChanged the 28th day of September A. D. 1914.
i1' on
have beeik A fellow the benefit of the lowest
'F..J: "" 'F7 got into my stu- Witness my official stgnature: and seal this prices.
dio one day in my absence, looked at Cool Hand. the 27tb day of August A. D. 1914. I
Places. W. T. WEEKS.
tL 'tai the picture aud unconsciously put on Sergeant to recruitiWhat would be (Seal.) Ck-
yon see where a woman in ChiLi' my fur iwen-o.it before he went out- the first thing fuu'd'do..Jackson. if By R. A. WEEKS. k
ha a dog in the house that talks ; you Deputy Clerk.
: *.. : es.Itbere,... Boston Record. \\:el'un guard duty at* the powdermagazlne .8-28-St J. W. ANDREWS & SON
y. : and tbe thins blew up? Re- i I
(; : are plenty in more towns To Children.
: and How To Give Quinine
'it j.QIrao who have Iron Steel TestThe cruit-The first thing I'd do, sir wouldbe
a man the
simplest way to tellIron from to fire a shut to give tbe alarm FEBR1LTNH trade-mark name given to an.
r ; growls all the time.Balerl improved Quinine. It is a Tas "!less Syrup,pleasant
: American.i steel is to pour on the metal a drop of New York Post. \ to take and does not dis'.urb the stoa$cb.
: 1 'A> nitric. add and allow it to not for one Children take it and never know it it Quinine. :
.. w1t 4- Also especially adapted to adults who cannot Starke Floridat
." stn minute. On rinsing with water a grayish Nothing refine like affection. Family take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate not .
:" i ever gave way beneath the white stain will be seen if rhe jarring vulgarizes; family unison cause nervou'ness nor ringing in the head. Try ..
1f' .of today. It's tomorrow and it the next time you need Quinine for any yur --
t metal to Iron a black one If it is steel. elevates. po.*. Ask for 2 ounce oncinal package. 1 t.e
., '" ;;.III 1 which break the soul name FtBKIUSE is bl-wn in bottle. 25 scan .. .


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I F .d dctohpr ?
L rl av. 9nt 1tj

visitors-.to Lawtey Stir j. '
Messrs. E. J.: Roberts and T.. J. Ter- LUffiD ,
II ry'were'visitors to Bell several'days G "

last week. LA tt

to I F County News Items Mr. Norris Lewis, of. Gainesville, "-"' -- UNDRAllKind {;.

representing. the'A..A. Chemical Co., Women to Whose Rare Loveliness .', '

of Jacksonville, was a business visitor .. ..
. to Lawtey last Saturday. Kobe Paid Homage. I "

: lattrwtta*. Facts Catbered Durinf task Wick tar Ow Mr. J. E.Wilson was a business{visitor ; ti

ti: Regular Correspondents. to Jacksonville Wednesday.Miss HARLIETOM Hand ,ftu j1n
b. ONE lAID) WHO CAUSED A RIOT d.ry e.r.
+i \Margaret Boggess who has ,
been spending several months at the ;

+c; Jacksonville to St Petersburg. thous- home' of 'her parents here, returned The GIla,. tf Julie Durrfer Was such [ of Work Done by Hand. P !ces, Right : :t.'
BUTLER. to Seteson University at DeLand last That a Crowd, For
Surging Eager a
i -' ands of visitors come Florida, home Corner Thompson and Jefferson Sts \\I: Starke Fit i'
View of Her
Monday. Face. a Cafe. ,
seeking the winter and part .,
during a
The mothers' department of the Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hill 'were visitors ,....... Counteee Caetiglione.Tfcey I ==:<
A like the -
.Civic League held-the,usual monthly of.the'summer. scene one
to Starke last Saturday..
cause'them to stop can't walk Inthe wrote
suggested park, .
meeting at tale home of.Mrs. Draper Miss Lois Dinkins entertained .
off, then the excellent land and the a Home Walpole of the beautiful. .
The under discussion the
subject was number of her friends List
. "Influence of Books in the Home." prospects of this fertile country would Friday ni&C IB f 751. "or go to VauihalU but
evening at the home of her New
J The following ladies took part in the do the rest.This would be a very effective Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dinkins parents the such mofcs follow them that they are Market
occasion "
" discussion: Mrs. Dr. Mains, Mrs. and cheap piece of advertis- being her sixteenth geoenfly driven away Elizabeth.

Dr. King, Mrs. Ware, Mrs. H. Loganand ing. If the men do not get at it, I most was birthday.A Maria .< Kitty Gunning were three -'

would not be surprised if the women delightful evening spent. bettfltel sisters who, coming overfrvm
! Mrs. Draper.. At the close of the Refreshments I R. E. HODGES ProprietorNinth
, served
were after Itttead in took '
the 1750. London
1 of Civic League got busy. by ,
, meeting Mrs. Draper served refresh a
which the '
guests returned to their storm. Nor was the furore that their
: ments.: Messrs. Thorpe and -Berry, of the
homes wishing the hostess many more beauty created of brief duration, for Street
Perry publishing house of Chattanooga Near
i A fine looking bird dog' belongingt Depot ''r
Tenn. commenced their music happy birthdays. years later we read in tbe London ,
t some person unknown, ran amuck Rev. Olin Boggess filled his, reg- Cbrttkfcto-of Maria Gunning: by that f
.. the of Lake Butler on Wednesday evening. The pub-
on streets Monday.li ular appointment at ,the Saxton M. time OMBtns of Coventry, and Lady
, 51 j j I He was observed to attack every e were invited and a good number E. church last Sunday. WaUegm*. that two ladies, of dis

{1 within sight. Several valuable suereeding Mr. H. C. Sapp was a business vis- tiwtk fvbo had It seems been incocuMted NATIVE AND WESTERNM'E

[,1 j }j 11 narrowly escaped being bitten by itor to Starke last Saturday.The by the mob as the phraseIs

I fi Deputy Sheriff Philips took the situation only. Their ,charges are extremely who the today before walked up and

\ in hand, and with* a great piece moderate. They should have at least guests have been stoppingat down tbe walks of St James' park. -

i I} of artillery in his hand he crept after a class of 50 in this town. They have the Lawtey Hotel during the week pre
his prej. When the opportunity just finished up at Raiford, where ending last Saturday were as follows: "'lIkll gave no small 'offeu -

" E. E. Brye, W. L. Schultz, Dan How- ** t* u* rr>i uf the company, who
their success in training the f
,Jf '-there was "bang" and dog young
came a a
i wonderful. ell, J. D. Wilson, E. .G.. Rawley andJ. wm rw(neiiM.v obliged to go out of
I people
lying in the street, but it took a second was H. R. Padgett, of Jacksonville; C. H.Jones their pIG to wake way for the procession. FISH AND OYSTERSIN
shot to settle matters. We would Logan preached to 'good ."
of Charleston, S. C.; H. F.
: ; ,advise a general tying-up; one doesnot congregations in Hampton on ,Sun- Keer, of the Seaboard Air Line Rail- Equity potent was the beauty' of !
1 know the done. the OJtftltMc 'de SEASON
Castigliune. who at
day.Mrs. C. J. Ammons of St. Louis E.
way; ;
s Mr. and Mrs. Parrish were in LakButler and Miss Logan have 'just to- her ftm apl+rarnnt't' lit a bull (given by ,
M. Livingstone of Palatka Walter
I eturned ; .
from visit to relatives at III
pn Monday, visiting Mrs. Part a NiipHtum at tinTiiilerics created
Ryan, of St. Louis. ,
t rish's I sister, Mrs. H. J. Stewart. Tarpon Springs. MH'b a ensit'. nil \her rutrauce taut

Miss Nelly Logan has gone to Kai- Rev. S. S. Proctor will preach at PLANT POTATOES. the tIr.tKt'I"o: .tupH d c; J1un":; '& and the Prompt Delivery Phone 131

ford to teach during the coming term the Baptist church on Sunday. even trnliw *t :t.r UiwJ; ) iv.iMl. quests andaurrlrlltta .

f' / Ail l |..nii 1I|;: (.u'wllrdID, their
.. .. \ In accordance with President Wil ing. Food products arc higher in price "+tt.raws fft r-:tteu M t-'iioijis' of the '

; son's proclamation, there will be 'rNEW RIVER. and the war in Europe will pndoubt- .wL I (MiIW. U'he;"rrr she wetH; 'afterward I T 'to '

prayers for the cessation of the war, edly cause a still further advance. Kr prr>r'..sv uivciiiifss produced R.E.H :

in the Methodist church on Sunday There school With this condition we should work a tIKe fffft,. people climbing on to .esL_
was a Sunday
evening, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. to advance the prosperity of Florida 1'JJin8,11 tvuclitfs to set her pass
ized at Long Bridge last fourth Sun .
They expect to have some of the and her whifr en. In IMC'!. .bl' visited the
people by urging'growers to
day. Everybody is invited to attend I/uiMinii 01.t.:1: the audience stood a.E
singers of the Perry Company.The increase the production of upon
Christian church congregation every Sunday at three o'clock. necessary the seals mud xtriiiDded> for erery placeof
Rev. S. A. his food products, especially potatoes, from i .
Draper filled placeat mutate which to gaze upon : ::
will unite with the "' congre- Long Bridge on last Sunday. which are staple and always in ,de- the levelj Florentine._ '
rations in the for in
prayers peace ff
Mr. P. M. Padgett made a business mand at good prices. Fanny Murray about thee middle of BITS l
Europe, on next Sunday evening: :
trip to New River Monday.A This coming spring potatoes will tbe eigMMuUi century wad one of tbe ,
The Business Men's League was un oubtedly- be higher in price than toasts of tbe town. Her beauty was
crowd of folks
fairly launched last Friday. There young usual and larger profits will be real- beyond question and created such astir i'oY
oyster at the home of J. B.
was a large and enthusiastic atteni at Twbrtdge Wells whither she -S
ized for the of we \
Crews last Saturday.night.. Among i so good urge went to drink the waters to BY 001$. 5'ij.
I dance: Their slogan will be "One the as neces
: those present were Misses Allie and planting of a larger acreage c in I sitate the formation of day & :
a special guard
Lake .Butler and Good One. It .
a : 'I.;'
I Mary Moore. Marie Parker. Mamie this section, but caution against the of her admirers who kept off the JO>
will be offense to mention the
a penal -
Turner Truby Johns. Gertrude and planting of seed potatoes that have crowds that flocked and pressed around will RACY.

word "faction. This league has now Ina Crews. Mesrs. C. A. Johns.Ernest been affected with "powdery scab" or her:,wben she walked on the.pantfe.1 : I
started on the right lines, and we predict other diseases or even using seed that and other public resorts. l jthat of thJ... 1e.:
Williams Parker Staf-
for it a successful career. Clyde, has been in sections where die was.the f ewe of her beauty that from : +'e have btt I )I
grown ,
Prof. Draper says that the school ford Crews, M. J. Sapp, Bob Andrews, miles, around the country folk came fn its'by con- :
has the largest enrollment on record, Roan' Turner, Drew, Cason, Gurneyand ease been found. We believe that wagon carts or any vehicle that could $""m Blcmnt, '- ;J
there will be a good demand for all :
Oscar Crews. be pt'OL"Ured-nd when one was net TeniHssee,
and the best staff of teachers they
I .. that can be grown in the entire state avaUabte they hesitated .'.s; I
have ever had. Lake Butler people are Miss Phyla Renfroe spent Sunday not to walk- for ;maMnfl tre-

proud of their school with relatives at Sampson. this year. that tfce might feast*their eyes. on the but M with Great .J 1

celebrity from town of New ::<; 1
Clyde Parker spent the week end
A visitor came to one of our neigh The 'good looks of Jade Denier always I ,; 1
with his parents and returned Mon- Mr.'R.. J. Andrews of Dukes acquitted
boring towns intending to take up a was dtev after her a crowd wben abe or In 18ti t

'. 1 .. tract of land and become a permanent day evening to Lake Butler. .. in Starke Thursday and informed us walked ttarmgb the streets of Mardliea Jutfge ,of tali- f':

: resident. He heard a number oft Miss Ruby Mae Poppell spent the that he is on the lookout for beef a fax-t that the proprietor of an 'ffow Hamp! : 1 '

the inhabitants indulging -in rather week end with her parents. l cattle, which he is buying for a Jacksonville eating bone was not slow to avail } for cfrunlc:5":k

unkind criticism o fthe school teachers Wilma Parker has been sick several firm. blmsejf of when he engaged tae girl to and .... '

:' a. and the preachers. At the hotel days. We hope to see her out again serve hi Me establishment For a few h. Hi 1804 I
days all
west well and Boniface was
Court :
, Jh next morning he was asked if he soon i ELECT DELEGATES. bectacJac to rejoice over his fortow hit Judjp ,:f

I : had secured a good location.- He said Mr. W. M. Parker and daughter, when ie wddenly realized that one can 'out: ct and p eaohedc for ...

; that he had that .Marie, attended church at Lake Butler have" more faan enough of a good thing >
seen several.. were 1
I J. J. Dickison Camp, U. C. V., held i hit legal'f.
I pleasing to him, !but that nothing last Sunday night whee the crowd..of which.'the dimensions lief .
s (,
I an interesting meeting at the court c..w.Ia'ler :
Miss Emma Moore is relatives every day.:
visiting -
I would induce him to settle among any house In cold, me Peck, a f
Wednesday. addition to the into Ma establishment in their
in Lake Butler this week. eagerness
: such The who Impeached /
had Ple
people. people not
business tie view
regular delegates were chosen the beautiful Hebe and.
: ) .4O' a kindly interest in their schools and I Miss Gertrude Crews attended services to represent the camp at the state on his attempting to'eject some of the dren epntempt of
in Butler hfa
Lake last opinion
churches were not the people to bring Sunday encampment, which will be held at most pentoteot broke Into open\ tu-
bt 1860
I his wife and children amongst. He evening. Lakeland matt oVetreylng tbe tables and chaiva.breaktag the Fed'i"
will now' seek out Miss Ina Crews left Sunday to be- October 28, 29, 30. Dele- the glasses and in shortwreckiag'the cold Hvmphrft. of ;:
a more generous
and alternates ,
! gates were elected as ? for j'
gin work at Brooker. We all sure restaurant whence tbe .
: people. follows: Delegates R. J. Purdom. T. cans ef the was In lain and WM- re. .'-'"
will miss Miss Ina.CLAY escaping
I t What is the best way to advertise P. Register, John Croft; alternates, -by aback exit The next day the not 'In 1567

I a town? That is a big question. Advertising HILL. F. ,C. Haislop, L. U. Morgan, J. W place WM closed, and soon afterward Jchnton was

costs money. I know a firm Wills. MIle. barrier left the town. vtojathfl the :

that paid $3,000 for one page in an More extraordinary still was the sen- and was as- j

issue of a certain journal. This included Rev. James Strickland returned NOTICE. Mfloa created' at Toulouse toward tbe VV. W. Bel-. '

the advertising expert's services home Monday from Evergreen church closH of the sixteenth century by aparag war, was M I .'

and reported a glorious meeting.Mr. n of b *ant.v known only to fame hi waking l
bit it. paid.. '$14,000 worth of The Rev. W. A. Tison tain
of '
C. M. Hudson, of Jacksonville, Welborn, as LM Rflle !':Jule. Whenever she'apepeartd was.acquit-:; '.i
land was sold within 'three months. visited his parents Saturday night assisted by Rev. R. C. Davis, of Ala- In public'she Was at once surruuudnI ities s:

We can do it cheaper. Let res- chua and Rev. L. C. Smith for
every and Sunday.Mr. of Gra- h.r n crowd of men and wo-

ident send their! local paper to friendsin ham, and Rev. J. M. Futch, of Elar- Q),U lif wic! !K to all classes, whose ad- 4i i,
E. Wilkinson and Bill
q. o. son, '
the north. Let.the boards of trade bee, will begin a series of preaching miratVrti sn-w to tf a positive danger gers 8AT1g

and kinlred societies subscribe for at made a business trip to JacksonvilleSaturday services at Emanuel church on Satur- to it* (4>>.'l. who ran more than a ?![a: under and by e t
returning Sunday. chnm-e of crushed J'U of foreclosure ,
U-fng to death In theprye' made
least 100 papers a week and send themall" day, October 3, at 11 A. M., and em- of September A. j l
,Miss Carrie Starling went to Jacksonville :+ indeed, was, more than: one
into other states. Let evjry citizen bracing the first Sunday in October. the circuit court of :
Tuesday to spend a couple of lit her wor+hlltnIII these elrtumstaurr i.f Floe' da, in and

If 11 subscribe for his local pap3r. If he days there with her aunt, Mrs.. Maggie The public is cordially invited to at ; IN.I was made to' the civic will : Hjffman..in chancery and her in .1,
does it will be possible: for the tend.
own- Hudson, of that place. nUlhorlt r*. who. after due considera W. B. Harvard. 1
ers of the paper "vastly improve tion. ajpvwi to supply her with protocti"n Ett-elena! Campbell 1
The cattle dipping has been -'! ell. defendants.
progressing :
and enlarge it. There is just as much CARD OF lljlllI.t bt-r too ardent admirers on : far sale! before the
f trouble in setting the type for 1,000 nicely the past week. There THANKS.I condition that t she should at certain *. Florida during
has been nearly four hundred dipped. Monday, November ;
g as 10,000.LakeButkr. hours walk abroad| so that the public noon and best bidder for '
Come all ye good farmers and brin g wish to express my sincere gratitrch might kmk ii|>ou her facv. This, lifter 1911. ri!al estate !lying ,

that would could da a bit the of advertising your cattle as the prie 11 within your to my relatives and friends for some demur, sale agreed/ to do. so tWKea dent'(' i .,St.U-wit.!.rb. :-County of

',.: surprise native reach-only 5 cants n hc. d. :sIst'Trce ordered r.nd kindness that I a week. th* I"| II 1Ilare'of Toulon wereperniittKi win: ; four' of Hock one
end others. Supposing that all to Starke. E The :Mr. Fjv Land's rrs chow duni" the tn'cnllei-t! lu orderly ti.rou: Hndg '
pills given at r"j illness of .' -. m.) L south of j
r that land around the depot was cultivated to view IMSwhom, lilt'." rr-_'ardrd 11'4 (
Friday nigh in honor of Ha cousin!, M"Z be'cvjd wif?, who ded: Wednesday j in t" t
t.c and flowers planted, and that little l w' thxo a !;\II.h*-1.lJlu1u Tit +ated A. S. C23W&.
Miss Vertis Woodward of Jacksonville Se?ter.c.r :!3, IH4. Bits. tWt'nt Mis' r i,. ... ; try. J
the backs cf tK' ursightly buildings A. ZL ADKIXS.
was quite a success, :s reported. J. L. B20WN. t r ft' : i for C-miUinan's.
in the line of viaw from the cars were *, ; f
hidden: -rlADIES'- > Firing Big G +aCommand.'r J.'. .i
by creeping: plants. Lake Butler .
Mr !!:::. d.rcf Jack'onvilie MUSICALE. Hetinanit tlr the I'rr'nc h r J.j.i
d pot would be the prettiest from ')CI : i ..-,..II"1, tlm: .n ;
I : in an oddrnlu
wss Ti'itinjr ber parts Mr. navy an 1I.1lIlno his
[ Jn-.irl
of ciril to .a > :11' .
ird Mrs. S. J. Starling fe-v oiiLinwr calnilatiM that Ut i*
a days The Ladmrica! rri'J J hold a force tion : : II, !u rat t i..ir. .
dHvl'T t the ,
in react ut J\ inrpeannun : ant
r--ro.. business rae-tin; at the resident" of hnnc : -. ..'It.L11 \\!." t'J It
she 1
a kl'ouniui 1"'IIJI't'til. : j
lira Daisy Lang TEit: t.' Jacksonviie Mrs. C. I.. Peekn! Wednesday, October with a mn'at. ,.-,.- it- uf !.NKI huill'l It biJ.The siu,.. llf w 1

.' 1"vr t. fo ,. to visit Lcr sister, Mrs. Ruby 7. at 3:20. o'clock. second b einiivaU-nt I"'tr.tXWII.WIlNr11N Count ; I -" s whi. it llM' I.,

Graad.Ilisi. All members are cri d to be pres power. That of H tii'tii pui tirini a .tl.'s! clad ..hul{>t !

lT ENJOYWINTER : Floiwa Cr"va irids :'.'husiI ent promptly at ,the appointed hour. I projectile WfihiiK I ; MU>*il. seven' italk 9-1 (:1>111 .iay ar.IdY I ,

I nesr.:: trfo to Starks Saturday, return grtfne with :i muzzle n-loHty uf iIN t .. s. ''ll.t ij'.isjr: '

in:? lur.day. BEWARE Or FAKERS. Iut'lle9 b l1'.tllu hurw'M+we'r. jrle ; : IU'j) iu tlc Ie-- <
i ln! Ilea a '
i \ rote th2 hrs ridr b*>enTHA --- -- '
& IM! f
tu! air may
1 Prof. crst'crs "' adc for tte .
jw < vnirc The Salvstiii wil"s to Red Taoe.Hed ; .
LIVER Army warnpeorle ": Jbi in-rmrt
that COD V3ociaton! which irccts at ITi'* Mpg U the bulwark of inferior lOr t
st :yes OIL ; > 1- ...
a<*airst fske solicitors. Un- ida :tt tt: tauv. In )
generates body-heat lard /htsnh ci riday tefor? the Srd mint ran'elr I* said? to ,-oiicea! I ."
more ,
principkd men tae the goad name of :: f 1"e i' Cnnd"r::: in fl-t ,ti"r. Core" ore rtrn" thonxht: rt-d tale |lalralyrrs: action! on ai-f'ru
than anything else. of t"e n5isi.-
organization for their :;
I era -
w ii*> nd'l.i
< to
| e create of I :
all think will :
t In SCOTT'S EMULSION the r.s are you be cared for beef t. Ever Salvation fires 6fti.r : / as fl'8 MV rev
Army Without
it .
1I\IIIt' mld
;; + '' w b?
; oil is so prepared that tie -oYfl.l1;. n: ,{ !* 1C.; .tae layers.
; put solicitor: wears o red band on his cap so riniph that.everybody woiilil nrxi.'r I.n t..

: blood profits from every drop which reads, "The Silvation Army," I stand h. Ifnu woujd .1I'oUlpll..h. hit: "" ; : ; nlfractrd ia
while it fortifies throat and Icnjs.II LA VITE? The tie\\+al fa.rers. '.
result. coati
ir.d has proper "credentials, showingthat not upon the tape whenThere cad -'.
\!* ea ... endinil' form
I .r tot try.a lv..and chrasobs .kI he is an authorized solicitor. Be 11 r6l8.-lJte. i : I f cold de-'
.r'Ii MM take-eatfc SCOrrSEMULSiCNfcr nd wtck. goodIrMta. Mr.. J. E. Eddins, of Gainesville.was sure to whom, you contribute. -range. >t' .>
.1 NO ALCOHOL.: a visitor to Lawtcy Wednesday.Mrs. to a good deal of cheer onlife's half lirt rf ,i DIlp:1l'eDt

14-40. REFUSE SUBSTITUTES. L. E. Dowling and daughter, 'ieat; w.IMd1Wlalat p' joamr if it be made with a coo lItfcstlcaJll. !

5;I "t S Mrs. W. H. Jones of Saxton' ,wer Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year., tented Heart limdyck.- ".' j
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