Bradford County telegraph
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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 9, 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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For .
The Local t .
General Election 22 23 24,1914. '
.. -, September. Merchants. <' 4'
-. .!;..70..... I November. 3. -, '
"-t. Following is a list of those who Thursday, Ladies' Day. Girls' bas- .

i board,of county commissioners paid their subscription dues to the ket ball. game, 2:30. P.. M. Egg and psychological The business, that'll"depression, :real or" '

tat the courthouse in regular ses- Telegraph during the month of Sep- R spoon .race. Needle and thread race. parts of the country;rdoes affecting net many seem '-, 4$

IL October 6, 1914,at 10 o'clock A. tember! C. E.'Murrhee.L. Fiddlers' convention at night. to be on the job in this section. here a'

f sod vat calkd. order by Chair- B. Griffis. Friday, Education day. 'Children's were no signs of a busuiess"depfes- \

fd. A: Roberts with all members M. E. Randall. parade at 11:00 A M. Boys' basketball sion in Starke..last Saturdayr.' _w The '.
A. B. Surrency, W. S.W. town was full of"people andthey] all r1' '
L. R. Green. game at 2:30 P. M. Address by .
;. A. Bessent and S. T. Dowl- L. L. Leach. seemed to. have money to 'speid'aQs!: : 4
Dr. H. W. Cox. Sack'race..
Tug.of they it .1-
spent They crowded the stores 4
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Albert C. Clifford 1 .
lead 'and all day and our merchants r .J
of last meeting report an
D. Durdan.H. war.Saturday ,
Agricultural day. Award- old-fashioned Saturday busi4!sss. If---'-1f ; '

: !Hazea presented his bond as Robert. F. Redding.Nixon. ing of prizes. Live stock exhibit. we had, not heard about. it ;ir read' "C 4 1

,.M of said county to fill B. A. Reddish.J. :: .' :. Boys' corn club exhibit. General ag about it, we could not have tend from, .'>., ''

r.' expired term of.F. N. Andrews, H. ricultural display. the appearance, of things'herb;; Saturday ; '
suspended by order Pugh.H. ....... Liberal premiums will be awardedfor that such a thing as a business; -
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'." tM governor. Amount of bond P.Notre PadgettMiss M. Johnson. ...'...I.A." ........ ..,' .." ..<.....1... ... ...:...--s.,'....'""%. ..4"-'..<'. the best exhibits of the.following depression existed in this big 'Country:;
Bond approved by thepresented .' ."..''. AJi.P-Mt' s: ;-. .:..--' ....'..,'.............-.. :">'._< "." 1It/f'. things. : of ours. r i-:
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.. ); J Bushel sweet Business resurning
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.. .D. Carter. --., '"_ \. .:.w4___. .:w.R.a'. =rwi. 4
by Louis H. Hill for r>o Bushel dried peanut seed.. normal condition in Starke and a good '% a
I I (IW. D. Carlton.D. __ _, ,, ;; ,
j public. 'Bond approved D. Weeks.W. ,0< '" '"III" jc 'II I"illi: <' I 'a< o Bushel chufa seed. fall trade is expected. Our meJ'thants.r .
{ to pension. claim of Mrs. Tom W. Moore.J. Bushel cow pea seed. are not pessimistic or afraid .qf-tn,: t
and Mrs. Mitchel Dukes ap- I Bushel velvet beans. future. They have all boughTlargeand .I-
C. Ward. .
Bushel oats. varied stocks of
merchandise and
"' Mrs J. H. Moore.B. 1
"arm bond filed by J. L. Harrell + + Bushel rice. anticipate a heavy,fall business.A i
... M. Malphurs. .
by the board. e. N. D. Wynn + SECOND'C. E. BULLETIN. + + LETTER FROM B.B.LANE. + Bushel millet business revival is beinjj leJt. .! '
that Bushel shelled corn. throughout the United'States
.. of L. C. Botts asking and the j
: L. U. Morgan.- + + + + .
placed the Bushel ear corn. : country "is gradually adjusting itself '
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ifc!.Upoi motion and second laid ovMK J. Johnson. Sample home bolted meal and to the changed conditions wrought by A
further consideration. through the medium of its Editor, Bradford County Telegraph, grists, separate glass receptacles. the war' in urope. Henry Clews '

c. iMdation.passed by the Aldermen HENRY N. KELLEY. splendid press department, is joiningin Starke, Fla. 'Bale home grown hay._ says ''-, ..!" *, .: k : i Y
", .Jkii town of Starke relating to ale[ the use of "printer's ink" by abouta Dear Sir:- Most prolific stalk long cotton._ Farther/'proy.ress.can. be Jt';ordcdin .. :

.tfng placed around the court The bodyof-Mr. Henry N. .Kelle)' II thousand papers over 'this conti- I believe I can- safely say, that few Half dozen stalks white sugar cane. the adjustment of. industrial fend fr- y,
jlat Upon motion resolution brought to Starke from Madison nent, only we are- not asking our editors people read with as great interest as Half dozen stalks blue sugar cane. nancial affairs to war co itions. 7. .A t' v
_leis for further consideration. was takento to give but a brief summary of I the Telegraph's account of the open- Stalks of corn-ears'.to count. Trading in securities in this'& rket. '
Wednesday and from here was
!:'!t ."aatloa and second two hun- Raiford for burial. the bulletins prepared by noted men ing of school.? For a very great number Specimen of oranges-not less than steadily, increasingand the prices A,.v'

.'Ini.Mart was appropriated by the 'Mr. Kelley died of diabetis Tuesday of Christian Endeavor. of reasons 'I had hoped I could be 50. realized for unlisted stocksshoiv, less

v..|f.ewsmissionerg for the demonftnMM morning at the home of his brother, First we learned of "The World's in Starke when the new building was Specimen of grapefruit-not less depreciation than might have been anticipated .
: work for the boys' corn club of Madison. He Most Traveled Man," Dr. Francis.. formally opened, but the beginning of than 50.Pound. under such extraoriW .&- f ;
; Hon. James Kelley, -
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CIS .. W.performed by parties en- was. Kelley, who live five miles west of the World's Union. Now we' turn to resolutions in the Telegraph werea ed. t .? give{ confidence.in security values: generally < :
:.... k the work. Said amount to Starke, and was born and reared in another prominent ,leader, William surprise, and for that reason all the Three heads of cabbage.v ;,and should.be 'a"materir) element .

....... ia.quarterly payments begin1Iii. this county, About a. year, ago rhe Shaw, LL.D., who tells 'of "Chris- more appreciated;' but I believe I Quart of syrup-1914 crop. .' of support when ,the'exchange. is I .J...': ', .' f ...
:- '" i, 1915. united in marriage to Miss Myrtle tian Endeavor and Leadership." In his know just how everybody felt about Quart of syrup- 1913 crop.' regularly opened-for business. >ltjis; ..,.. .:- -t. ,j. J.

;4-I;: ,, 14, 15, 16 and 17 oflwU was Ruff, of Valdosta, Ga., and was residing -; interesting article he says, "The society the'new building, and I am certainly Best cured side of bacon, 1913 crop.' questionable now', whether Europe \ .'
.: .T South range 22 having in that city when illness made has become the manual training glad I did everything I could to bringit Best cured ham, 1913 crop. would make,'New York a .wholesale; ''h 1 -

isit..fflin.ted by order& the boardbiNt his removal to the home of his broth- school of the church, where the young to Starke. I only hope the people Pair thoroughbred pigs under 12 dumping ground when this exchange! yl;.

: : .i:But Starke Drainage'Dis- erin Madison I disciples learn how to speak by speak- will do everything'they can to make months. is opened Europe is becoming. accustomed : f\;

1.:.('t-was ordered .that the'clerk Mr., Kelley is necessary.survived by his widow ing, and how to work by working. No the school worth everything possibleto Pair common pigs under- 12 months.- to war'conditions. Confidence- r

-11e>.i.eatfrom;; the ,warrants drawn his parents, seven brothers, two longer do they hold aloof and campon Starkel' and Bradford county, and 1 year heifer calf. is gradually reviving, particularly.in ',f r! .1-

to the contractor byline sisters and other relatives, who have the outer edge; .they are in the I if they will it can' serve the county at Cold, two years or under. London. -Pressure: there,to"sell.must, ,K... ; i
through said warrants of It has broadened much is it can serve colt under. have diminished and y,Europe .
? the sympathy of their many friendsin heart things. 1 large, fully as Mule ,two years or buyers .. : -, 1
nd ink-as to sections: above men&atfsi -, their bereavementThe. their conception of the religious life Starke. The children, both in Stark Thoroughbred rooster and two hens. are i certainly more numerous ;..

i. .- .funeral services were conducted and instead of placing the emphasis I and, in the county, have not had a Thoroughbred drakes and ,ducks. than six or eight weeks' ago. Jhe e' \ !',

made to the board by by Rev."W. F::Malphurs,.of Starke, upon being saved, their motto is "Sav- I I fair chance; the people generally have Turkey gobbler and hen. are evidences of considerable oney.' :
'.CTowiuend and C. J. Knight sur- to share the ed to Serve." The young people have I I not realized that five or six months of Farm collection from one farm. awaiting ,investment .London. } andit :
who is always ready jo'sand ( jJ
> >Ni.bond of James Hamilton as sorrows of his friends. been brought to the front in all the I 15ch.ool is absolutely insufficient for a Best garden collection from one.' must not be forgotten that .Am. \ 1
'tftiriffj 'asking that they be I movements' for temperance, civic I I year's work and that all their children garden. \ican stocks are now the best and saf- l'est '
id sureties,and that the bond I G. C. Livingston __________Manager righteousness and moral reform, and should go through at least the I Home made quilt. in the world. This fact ,alone will ,

mO-d. Upon motion further R. 0. Daniels ______________ to their leadership was largely due I first and second years in the High Best stitched calico dress by girl i i prove an' important element of'snpport ';; \ :

'eaetinued by order of theRoder J. R. Davis ________________. the nation-wide interest in such campaigns School. under 17.Best I I I both at home,and abroad in case1 A: t'

T F. P. Shaffer _______________Clerk. !' as the 'Go-to-Church-Sunday' If you and the people will pardonme laundered calico dress by girl I liquidation on a large scale was'to't>e ,1
T. B. filed his report of ani- District 7-Hampton.. and the 'Saloonless Nation by 120.' I just a little while longer, there is under 17.Specimen. I II resumed. Among the elements 'of "" \ : 'I

$h'iavihtered for-market for the R. D. May ______________Manager. It has given the young people a new a word that I should like to say on of embroidery, complete. strength is the continued' growth'of .

,K trict Allen Williams ___________ vision of the churches' obligation to I what ought to be done for the.High pattern. I I our foreign trade. Both imports and, ."

i Reynolds was employed by Jasper Allen _______________ obey the great commission, 'Go Ye School By this, year the enrollment Specimen of knitting, new work. exports are rapidly returning to!normal .. ;

bard at a salary of $75.00 per J, V. Jones,,_______________.:.._-Clerk. Into All the World.' The initial plansof there in grades nine to twelve shouldbe Best specimen of crocheting, new conditions, in spite of the reftric- r.'
;to iirork and take charge of District 8-Raiford. the Young People's Missionary Ed- at least sixty-five. That there are work. II tions upon German, Austrian and(Russian Jj .

taa&j convicts upon the public W. C. Whitten ____________Manager ucation Movement were prepared by not this many is not due to anyone Best specimen darning on stocking commerce. In all probability : .

l f Mid county. He to pay his J. C. Jones ________________ Amps R. Wells and Earl Taylor, two cause. But I believe that there has heel shall soon have a liberal excels' of :

fer'aeifand 1 horse, and he fur- N. T. Ritch, Jr. ____________ leaders in Christian Endeavjor and just come to pass one thing that will Best specimen of hand drawn work. exports which will tend.t offset for- ,.- r'. :

-M.Deed to keep the dogs owned J. A. 'Brooks _______________Clerk. the Epworth League. The young peo- help arouse the interest of people in Best layer cake by girl under 19. eign sales of securities and will;render -. '- I
fcfhfa; tt\is own expense and to District 9-Worthington Springs. ple have also furnished the field and High School education and will do a Best collection of pastry. an outward movement of gold] still 1 j

said convicts with what cloth- Briles Hires ______________Manager force to carry out these plans."_ great deal toward keeping the boys Pound of butter. more difficult. The war caui t_ us ..

: bs hW do hand. Tuck,Andrews ____________ Many renowned leaders in":Christian and the girls in school longer, and Display by any school in county. with a large foreign indebtedness, the !li

; L lf,ItieiTren' presented his res- J. S. Brown _______________ Work received earfy training in that is the excellent building you have (Best life insurance essay by boy or result of small imports and the return ) :

{'u.engineer of the East John K. Stephens ___________Clerk. Christian Endeavor, among them are erected/ It'should grow year by year, girl under 18. of American securities. Ordinarily 11 t
F i Drainage District Same ac- Bills presented for payment were Mr. Fred B. Smith, the inspiring leader the High School enrollment, and not Best'physical' specimen of baby of this could have been sotted"by ,
I by the board. The board made continued by order of the board. of the Men and Religion Move- only should every pupil and teacher from one to twelve months old. our shipments of wheat and (cotton y t f

I Ntticment" gitb G. C. Livingston, Tie board adjourned until Wednesday ment; Mr. M. A. Hudson, founder of and parent endeavor to see that it Note.-The live stock and animals but the interruption of cotton exports ,. ) I.1 I .j
for work done by him as October 14. Said meeting of the the Baraca Bible Class; the Laymen's does, but every good citizen of the will only be received and placed on seriously complicated the situation. 4 '

aAititt in i East Starke Drainage board called for the,revision of the: Missionary Movement was the expres- town should do all he can to build upa exhibition on Saturday, the last day I This difficulty is now, however,:Jin a ,' '

registration books of said county as sion in manhood of the training Jchn local spirit of interest in the, High of the fair.Bradford I fair way to being successfully i ct. ." !
.lsird, filed with the clerk the I provided by law. B. Sleman received in the C. E. Society I School education, talk it day- in and- County Fair Association. "The home monetary situation "' .

1iunagers I and clerks selectMQ' W. T. WEEKS, in boyhood. Others are the fa- day out, and endeavor to see just how shows signs of lessening strain. credit: '

b o ,to serve at the\ general Elerk.: mous William T. Ellis, and Andrew J. much more valuable the kind of education COTTON GINNED. is being contracted, or, more properly, L' '
i to'be held at the several preaTae'Id Stevenson, of the Presbyterian Broth- that Bradford County High speaking, conserved, the effecjc of 1 y

county on the 3rd day Scrip was issued for the paymentof erhood of Chicago, pioneer of all the School offers can be made for the people There were 909 bales of cotton j i which is to impose considerable1 reof' i ..

.... A.. D. 1914. the following bills on. the several church brotherhoods. In a great agricultural commnn- I ginned in Bradford county, from the j I I straint upon trade and enterprise I. Asa ':, <

3btrkt" 1-Lawtey. funds: Thirty years ago missionary interests ity like Bradford county that school crop of 1914, prior to September 25, I I result the public is economizing, .

r: ____.Manager." Drainage Fund. '", in local churches were almost inclusively should not only make better farmers 1914, as compared with 584 bales I I which further lessens the activity of _, C 1

., M. .V. Danford, refund on among women. today it but it should make better homes and ginned prior to September 25, 1913. business and sets as a minimize of .x ;

:.._. ..____:___ drainage tax ..____________ 16.00G. !challenges the attention id our have a part in every kind of progress. N. D. WAINRIGHT, I'I credit. It is evidently believed that r
I _.__________Clerk. .
C. Livingston, bal due on strongest men. In the Endeavor 10th It will if the people will only use it Special Agent. in a few months the money irAket ::
2-Like Butler., contract __,______________1396.28G. Legion alone are 32,000 young peo- I right. Tell the boys and girls in will be glutted with idle! funds,'especially '
......!!anager." C. Livingston, interest ____10\6.86 ple who, according to the principle of Starke: that every one of them should SMALL CHILD SHOOTS SISTER in view of the expansion or.the .

A. H. Green,, 4 days service I I I currency which has recently taken i
------------- 'It committeeman __________ 12.00 Continued on Page 8.) Continued on Page 8.) place under the Aldrich-Vrertand .. .

-------------Clerk. W. F. Malphurs, do ______ 12.00T. Word was received here Tuesday emergency law." *

P Palestine.. M. Williams., do __________ 12.00 .. t't 111'111111111' t to the effect that the little six year I '
_______Manager' I 11111111111 n 1111111111 n 111111111111' old son of- Oliver Anderson, who livesin !! THE LEADING ISSUE j
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--_--------- ."" Total ____________________2465.14 I + + the west,end of the county, near I I "An excellent weathercock: of pub1 -
Fine and Forfeiture Fund.S. COME CLEAN. Kenny, had shot and instantly killed :
..,,-- -.._-.Clerk. + + his little two-year-old sister while he lie opinion is the list, daily published, f
Denmark feed "
B. for pris- wrote .
of memorials sent to ,
k'4-Providenee.5PinehilL_ f Now, Mr. Merchant, we are assuming that you took our advice f with a .22 calibre rifle. congress
.oners ____________- _____ 86.40P. was playing the Washington, D. C., correspondent
+.rs1....-_._-Manager.ir G. Ramsey, feed of prisoner + in our last talk .and'sold THE OTHER FELLOW what you were 4' It is stated that the children were to the London Daily Times. He then

:Alachua county ___________ 12.00. f trying to. Now, were you square with him? Was the article you ff playing and the boy not realizing that the significant fact that o;the
II sold him just what you represented it to be? Will fce believe and + athc gun was loaded, pulled the trig- reports when the Panama tolls contest

-Clerk Total -_________-___---- 98.40 f trust your statements in the future? If all' these things you have .ff .. ger,.the bullet striking his little sisterin I I i day was at its height only eight petitions t
'done, Mr. Merchant, you have builded well for your. future s ccess. the forehead and killing her in- received '.
debate -
that were ,
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***'- ..Manager. The prihibitionists in New York + Otherwise, you have dug your business grave. + stantly. The accident is very much bearing upon while there si,re .

r-. ---- p have nominated 'Bill Sulzer. Well, 'k Through the advertising columns of the Telegraph you can establish f regretted and has cast a gloom overthat thirtY by ne congress petitions for the suhz;s- >', : j
they can't elect their ,nominee any- t with lots of people a reputation for doing the square thing. ff section.-Macclenny Times amendment laid 4 .;
'sion of prohibitio&
..........Clerk how, so they;might as well,nominate t k a : iY
Bill as anybody, else. IIII11I. i,1111'1111111'II i 11111'111'. ..:III- '1111'11111111 J 1111.I, Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year.1 I twenty-seven against such action.. '.:. '
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' :< + BATTLE OF WATERLOO. + So, If you feel discouraged ALL CROPS
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I a Few people in this country, and Florida of commercial value. then Try CarduL &71
of those Florida has some of the largest chivalry,
j .. ..a1so> a great portion residing
I t apiaries in the world, shipping honeyby bright x r

i _. .. .Jn"the state, realize the various pro- the steamer and the car load. The lamps shone o'er fair women and FLA.
and of Florida. I
.ducts resources brave ,
These apiaries are mostly located in men.

1 j' To the uninformed the -state's projrjorts the extreme northwestern part of the A thousand hearts beat happily; and I WE SELL SEED,POTATOES

t"t ; are known as early vegetables when NOTICE OF ELECTION.
state, although a few are located on
', and oranges and timber and turpen- the lower east coast. In that sectionof Music arose with its voluptuous swell WHEREAS, the legislature of 1913 under
the constitution of f
: s # 1885. of the elate of Flor-
'ice the state, where the apiaries are Soft eyes looked love to eyes which Ida. did pass three joint resolutions propos- r
As matter of fact Florida ins amendments to the constitution of the
f, VI located namely, in the counties of spake again, state of Florida, and the same were agreedto Acute Indigestion."I .
Ames the highest grade and most expensive And all went by a vote of three-fifths of all the
Liberty, Calhoun and Franklin, thereare merry as a marriagebell members was annoyed for over a year by
cigar tobacco grown elected t oeaeh house; that the votes on
I wrapper some of the finest fig trees in ; said joint resolutions were entered upon their attacks of acute indigestion followedby :
in the United States. This crop sells But hush hark-a! deep sound strikes respective journals with the yeas and nay SEEDS
the country, in fact, the soil seemsto thereon, and they did determine and direct constipation, writes Mrs. M. J.

.' ; .: -;, jjften as high as 60 cents per pound be particularly suited to the growthof like a rising knell! that the said joint resolutions be submitted to Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything I
.. /y in the field and has been known to the: electors of the state at the general electron 'We can fill your order j is j
figs they will anywhere in that recommended
as grow in November 1914. was to
Did not hear it?-Xo 'twas but
high $1.00 pound. ye ;
bring as
as per mediately for
those counties without care or at- Now therefore I, H. Clay Crawford see- me for this complaint but nothing did new aq
i This tobacco land #is in the northwestern ., the wind, retary of state of the state of Florida, do (If all varieties of ,
.' :';1 tention to enormous size, and in a hereby give notice that a me much good until about 4 monthsago
I I.. t part of the state and some of Or the car rattling o'er the stony General Election
few we will see this part of I Chamberlain's Tablets ad-
: -the land that is adapted to the growth years street will be held in each county in Florida on saw I BERMUDA ONION !
the state furnishing the nation with Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in
vertised and procured a bottle of the
: Jbringa 83 much as flOQO per acre, un"cleared. On with the dance! let joy be uncon- November. A. D. 1914, the said Tuesday being I ON'lON SETS TURNIP"I I
its dried figs canned figs candied
,\ : :- fined the tablets at my druggist I soon real- ..
pyt; A ; :::1- figs, preserves, etc. Third Day of November ized that I had gotten the right thing I SEED i iRYE 0.\
: ., to that a majority of Xo sleep till the morn, when youth for the ratification or rejection of the said CUBAGE
: say As strange as may sound, the and joint resolutions proposing amendments to the for they helped me at once. Since j
=t- tobacco in the state pleasure meet constitution of the ETC
: 'the large growers state of Florida, viz.:
ing of sheep and the sale of rais-I taking two bottles of them I can eat
i Jews in fact the"'largest tobacco To chase the glowing hours with fly A Joint Resolution I
I '. : :, are by ho means as small industry Proposing an Amendment to Section Six heartily without any bad effects. Complete stock of garden
',' t plantation in the world is in Gads- ing feet- 161, of Article Eight (8). of the constitutionof i
'' < last three northwestern counties. But hark-that! sound breaksin the state of Florida, relating to county offi I j fi<|}l seeds, poultry fed ;
heavy .
A den county, and is owned and operated i
: ,i cers. '
Florida is rapidly becoming the x
by a of Jews, of which once more Be it resolved by the legislature of the state dealers.H' i i i supplies, etc.
'" 1r company state in the of Florida
e greatest pecan producing As clouds its echo would : +#F+++ '+.
c'. ; Duke, one of the tobacco trust promoters if the repeat. That the followir.gr amendment to Section + i! I WIUTEFOROURFALLCATf

t; .' is large stock holder. union. Thousands of acres are being And nearer, clearer, deadlier than before SIT (6), of Article Eight (8). of the constitution + + ALOG AND WEEKLY
1 {, i\.. ; -m a planted to pecans each year and it' of the state of Florida is hereby agreedo :
,. Florida produces the greatest part and shall be submitted; to the electors of + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + i L14TONPOULTRYFEIA
ii r bids fair to rival the citrus fruit in- I I .
the state at the general election to be held on ,
.' Arm! arm! it is-it is the cannon's + + I
in the
: jpf the Sea Island cotton grown -.
t dustry. The writer has known of 'he first Tuesday in November. A. D. 1914, ,
I : world. This is a very high grade cot- opening roar! for ratification or rejection + The, fojlowing schedule is + : !! QUEST ESTABLISHED
one of two instances where Florida Section 6. The legislature shall provide for
,1 ton and can only be produced in just Ve election by the qualified electors in each + now in effect: + 1
I t't i 1 II'
of have Ah! then and there SEED HOUSE
extra quality was hurrying to E5&
'p in the south. It is used grown pecans county of the following county officers: A + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa + .
a few spots I sold for $1.00 per pound. Only week and fro, Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff. Constables + : .....
: ia the manufacture of imitation a County Assessor of Taxes: a Tax Collector due at Starke 11:02 A. M. +
I., ? before last a large nursery company And gathering tears, and tremblingsof a Superintendent of Public Instruction + No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa + i
II ,i-if linen goods and in spool cotton. An at Pensacola planted two tons of: distress, and a County Surveyor. The term of I EIAI; Martin Seed G
;. of 65,000 bales is raised in office of all county officers mentioned: ia this die at Starke 11:14 P. M. + ,
... ,. average pecan seeds for nursery stock. 'In And cheeks all pale, which, but an section shall be for four years. except that + No. 15 Jacksonville to Ce- + .
this state bringing tothe of County Assessor of Taxes and Tax
annually County
t ;: the counties of Jefferson, Leon and hour ago Collector, who shall be elected for two years + dar Key, due at Starke 4:49P. + I No. 206 East Bay Su
: .: several million dollars. One ,
!I ; planters Madison, you will find as fine pecan Blushed at the praise of their own until at the general election to be held in the + P. I Jacksonville' F1
j i f : pound of this cotton sells for about vear A. D. ISIS when and(after which they + I
, groves as there are in the country. In loveliness; hall be elected for a term of four years. + No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville +
; fl. three times the price of the short there is the And there sudden such Their powers, duties and compensation shall -
largest partings
.. Jefferson county was : +
i r. staple cotton, which is raised in all be presented by law. The legislature shall at Starke 3:49 P. M. +
I pecan grove in the world. The writeris as press provide by law for the care and custody of + No.
-'" 2 Tampa to Jackson- +
parts of the south. The counties in all county funds and shall provide the method ,
! which this cotton is raised comprises of the opinion that the best adapted The life from the young hearts, and 3 ,f reporting and paying out all such funds. + ville, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. + COFFINS, CASKET
Provided County Treasurers elected in Gen-
soil in the United States for the choking sighs
I ., ten of the extreme north central eral Electio nheld in 1914 shall hold office for + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- + And a Fail Ltet etUndertakers'
: counties. raising of pecans is in Hamilton Which ne'er might be repeatedwhocould the term elected. + sonville, due at Starke 9:21 + Su
I y". 1. will find wild trees in A Joint Resolution
county as you guessIf + A.M.
Proposing an Amendment to Section 16 +
Florida the finest
; produces sponge that section. ever more should meet those mutual of Article IV of the constitution of the state + Always on hand. The bets
t ; in the western hemisphere. Two of Florida relating to the appointment of + 9
vice at the lowest price
.. This by no means completes the eyes, +
t commissioned officers of the state militia: Starke and Wannee Branch +
:: towns in the state are supported almost Beit resolved the of the state attention to Telegraph Ordea
by legislature
list of this state's resources. With its Since upon night so sweet such awful + +
: altogether the sponge industry of Florida: -
'I early vegetables, pineapples, and morn could rise. That the following amendment to Section + No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 #
'at namely: Tarpon Springs and 16 of Article IV of the constitution of the Registered Embalm
..; citrus fruit; it is a wonderful state. And there was mounting in hot haste + A. M.
R. : ,. .. Clearwater, while a large quantity off State of Florida u hereby agreed to and shall + -
With its grand climate and great be submitted to the electors of the state for
.: the steed, + No. 104 arrives at Starke +
t.: West. It
caught at Key
sponge are adoption or rejection at the next general JONES
f 1.' is big industry and supports a good tourist patronage it has'sources of The mustering squadron, and the Battering election hereafter; that ia to say, that Section + 2:45 P. M. + DeWITT C.
and 16 of Article IV shall be amended so as G<
many thousand people. income ,that are incomparable, car to read as follows: + + Suocssoi to G. C Lmng*e* j

which has never been developed to Went pouring forward with impetuous Section 16. The governor shall appoint all + Limited Trains +
Florida ranks as one of the largest Starke,
commissioned officers of the state militia In-
one-tenth what it win be in a few +
:" j:1' fresh and salt water shipping states speed, cluding an adjutant general for the state +
; years. Its climate is an asset that no And swiftly forming in the ranks of with rank of brigadier general who shall be + No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa +
I in the union. Something over $5,00000 ,- chief of staff. The duties and compensation
worth of fish are shipped north other section on the globe possssees. war; of all officers so appointed shall be as, fixed + due at Starke 12:51 P. M. + Cons Chi Suns, Otter Bestis.es fat!

; With the opening of the Panama And the deep thunder, peal on peal by law. The terms of office of all commis- + No. 10, Tampa to Jackson- + of hoe loot
i- out of this state each year. sioned officers of the organized militia shall be The worse*ases,no matter
\ canal, the completion of the drainageof afar, -ontinuous during the pleasure of the governor + ville, due at Starke 6:10 P. M. + are cured by the wonderful, oldPorter' rdd
The value of its "
cigar manufactur- 01
I ( ; subject too such laws as may be enactedby Antiseptic Healing
I lag industry is worth millions upon the rich Everglades and the many And near, the beat of the alarmingdrum the legislature providing for their retire- + T. J. Griffin. Agent. + Fain and Heal at the...,"cnm ta'G_:::5c.'a.
railroad construction projects under ment for age or other causes.A +
s millions annually. Key West and Joint Resolution. + +- +m n*+****
Tampa two cities with a population way it is soon to become one of the Roused up the soldier ere the morningstar Proposing an amendment to Section One of +++++ 1111111111111 +++++ .
-i greatest states in the union. In every Article V of the constitution, relating to the +
; combined that will reach near 100,000 ; judiciary.Be + ; CHURCHES.

;- \ ., are maintained almost exclusively locality the state is growing and new While thronged the citizens with terror of it Florida resolved: by the legislature of the state NOTICE OF ELECTION. + -

by the cigar industry. sources of development are being dumb, That the following amendment to Section To the sheriff of Bradford County, of the W. A. J*
r : discovered each day. None of us Or whispering with white lips"Thefoe One of Article' V of the constitution is hereby State of Florida: + BAPTIST-Rev. J.
Florida is perhaps the greatest cattle agreed to and shall be proposed and submitted Be it known that I. H. Clay Crawford. + rell. Sunday school, 9:45:
realize the possibilities of the state They come! They come! to the electors of the state for approvalor secretary of State of the State of Florida do 11\t:
; i i ''I' state east of the Mississippi. Only nor what can lie produced within its rejection at the next general election here- hereby give notice that a + M. Morning service,
r 1 *iait week one county-Osceola- And Ardennes waves above them her after, that is to say said Section One of Genera Election + service, 7:00. S"ti'
'T borders in an agricultural way- said Article shall be amended so as to read Will be held in Bradford county State of eve ng
leaves woISlr
I 4 snipped over $40,000 worth of cattle Gorda Herald.A green as follows: Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first + corA)lly invited to

to the western states and Osceola is Punta Dewey with nature's tear-drops, as Section 1. The judicial power of the state Monday in November, A. D. 19... the said + with
tt. shall be vested in a supreme court, circuit Tuesday being the'Third
k not the largest cattle raising county MISTAKE. they pass, courts court of record 'of Escambia county, Day of NtTtatxr + ',
;\1, the Grieving, if ought inanimate e'er criminal courts county courts county judges For United States Senator from the Stateof Erb
Jn state Rev.
by means.
any and justices of the peace and such other courts Florida for six years from March 4. + CHRiSTIAN -
...5' Florida produces the world's phos- grieves, or commissions as the legislature may from lylo. + Services
House$ pastor.
letters received ,
being by
Many are Over the braved-alas! time to time ordain and establish. The leg For Representative from the Second Con.
I phate practically. This county- the Department of Agriculture, which unreturning islature: may prescribe the compensation of the ressional' District of the State of Florida. + morning and evening of
Polk-produces 65 per cent of this Ere evening to be trodden like the justices and judges of the several courts but -i the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United + and fourth Sunday *
indicate that farm women in no court heretofore established under the constitution States. secon
( article, worth, perhaps more than sections of the country have come to grass. and laws of Florida shall be hereby For Commissioner of Agriculture ol the + the ntonth.
State of Florida.
s t .,000,800 annually. This phosphate believe tthat the Government is about Which, now, beneath them, but above abolished.The votes cast in compliance with said proposed For two Justices of the Supreme Court of + ;

spotted to Germany and France and assist them with of to shall grow, amendments, and the canvass declarations he State of Florida.For + PRE:BYTERIAS- ret
grants money Two
and returns thereof shall be Railroad Commissioners of the
In its next verdue when this subjected school
ether countries where it is made into individuals. This unfortunate mis- fiery to the same regulations and restrictions as are tate of Florid. + tar pvstor. Sunday

the highest quality of fertilizer. mass provided by law for general elections in the For two member of the House of Representatives + 10:00 A. M.
take, which it is feared will be the state of Florida. of the State of Florida.
Florida produces the greatest of considerable disappointment Of living valor, rolling on the foe, IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF For County Assessor of Taxes. +
cause And burning with high hope shall I have hereunto set my ham For Tax Collector.For B.
amount of turpentine and rosin of any METHODISTRape Ref.
appears to have arisen through a mis- and affixed thereat seal of County Treaau r.
equal territory in the world. Those understanding of the Smith-Lever act molder, cold and low. SeaL) the state of Florida at Tab For Five County Commissioners. + pastor. Sundayat
lahassee, the For three Members
of the
capital this the County Boardof
,- too products alone bring into the recently passed by Congress. Under Last noon beheld them, full of lusty twenty-fifth day of July, A. Public Instruction.For + 9:45 A. M. Morning

state more than $35,000,000 per an- life D. 1914 Justice of the Peace in and for the + vice 11:00 o'clock; eres*.
h this act funds contributed both by the H. CLAY CRAWFORD. the following Justice Districts, via: ,
Federal and State governments are Last eve in beauty's circle proudly 8-7-111. Secretary of State. Number One. + service, 7:30 o'clock. JJ

l' aim.Florida is one of the greatest lum- made available for practical demon- ray, Why Not Publish It Number Number Two.Three. + Epworth League, Sunday
her manufacturing states in the union. stration work in agriculture and home The midnight brought the signal Number Four. + P. 31. Senior Epworth Leaf'P
. When ,
want fact Number Five.
a to become
f \lSl
It bas more virgin timber standing economics. Experts from the Agri- sound of strife, Number Eight Sunday 7:15 P. M.
than other state east of the The generally known, the right way is to Number Nine. to attend
today any morn, marshaling in arms- + cordially invited
[ cultural College and county agents, publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalian, Peru, For Constable in and for the following
Rocky mountains. This state has the day, District, Till +
both and to show far- t
men women, are Ind. troubled ft
was with .
more different kinds of food suitable mers and farm women the value of Battles magnificently stern array! stomach, and frequent headaches.belching, sour Numberics Two.Number Three. +++++#+F#+-H*#'+

.! -for timber than almost any other modern methods in agriculture and The thunder clouds close o'er it, which She Number Four.
writes, "I feel it duty to tell oth- Number Seven. General
earth but the manufacturer my Whenever You Need a
i place on housekeeping, and demonstrate the when rent, ers what Chamberlain's Number Eight. Grove's
i : yellow pine Umber is the one mostly The earth is covered thick with other Tablets have Number Nine. Take 1'
. 1 # use of labor-saving devices. The pur- done for me. They have helped In teltimonyhereof.. I have hereunto set The Old Standard Grove'schill
dealt in at present, but the writer clay, my my hand and affixed the great seal of the
i pose of the act, therefore, wholly edu- Tonic is equally coal'
digestion and regulated bowels. it
I it my State of Florida. at Tallahassee, the capital,
believes that in a few short years Which her own clay shall cover, heaped General Tonic because
cational and there are no provisions Since them I have been this the Twenty-fourth day of August A. D.191L Q
"'. j wfll be a greatstate| ia the manufac and pent using entirelywelt" well tonic properties of
for financial assistance.
M whatsoever For sale by all dealers. H. CLAY CRAWFORD and IRON! It acts on the Li#..'.J
time of There, are more Rider, and'horse-friend, foe-in one (L. S.) Secretary of State. Enriches the

#; e .'. bard-trees-. p win, in.-.."' .....Bead the. Telegraph-t.t. a 'year.; red burial blent. -- .... Read_the. Te1erraph--fJ.50. .. a year. i To II-Z8-tL S. B. Denmark Sheri Bradford County. out Builds:Malaria BO rate, Whole SYte1J1.t' .W,;

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..' .' I ture on the subject we are convincedthat I I FARM FACTS. I V
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: STATE NEWS for St Xucie county and it By Peter Radford, National Lecturer

IvE, should be liberally used. One of the I I Farmer Educational and & i CARTER'S PRICES

.. 'most ''important features of the cost! Operative Union of Arner* ,,i.3

of a road-that of maintenanceseems ica. r.

[ that Are Happening 'All Over Florida to be a mimimum feature of .: Good' Side Meat .. 16 1-2e! : '.

this type of road, and the method of He who plows can produce anything :: Plate Meat 12 1-2cv : tit 1 f A

Jigi As Told By Our Exchanges repair very simple. i including health and happiness.The g Tomatoes-Per Dozen-3 Pound Cans $1.0Q == P #

magic influence of the plow will
I I1t. Deputy shellfish commissioners are make a desert bloom and blossom. E Tomatoes-Per Dozen-2 Pound Cans ,$ .83:;

iOU3 colleges in Florida are I I ply for towns and county that is of'' now canvassing throughout the state The problems of farming are as ser =-= Oats-Per Sack '. $2.10-

- r.,,# large. enrollments and significant importance. In the past ': for the purpose of collecting the an- ious as the multiplication table. == Kandy Feed-Per Sack $1.80;; ," ,

despite the financial thousands dollars have been spent nual license required by the state of Successful farming and marketingare E Sugar-Per Pound $ .09 : ;;1E
recta : out of Manatee county in the purchase dealers in oysters and clams and to the basis of all human.progress. ,
of crushed rock and large sums paid such dealers of the Hams-Premium-Per Pound $ .23}? t
; 1 j warn : consequences Farming is successful only when :: 3
customs headquarters out for freights from distant points. following violations of the law re- the crops have been profitably mar- E Hams-Picnic-Per Pound $ .17? J I ..;. it

&riasferred from Jacksonville I I In this day of concrete construction, I II garding the matter. Laws protectingthe keted. E'Onions-100 Pound Sack' $2.25; : 1 I

--.on January 1, according to !I asphalt streets and rock roads, there shellfish industry will be rigidly Good roads broaden our sympathy, E: Sardines-Per Case 1.80 \ : : :

I ent of Judge J. F. c. is a demand everywhere for vast enforced. For dealers selling oystersor lessen distance and increase our use- : Pet Cream-Per Case $3.85 1
I r ,
Flour-Per i
:: -. $5.501 j
t rock crushing plant has become a license fee; $5.25. In the It's the man who really counts in ;
prints a
Jt." Cloud of Tribune the great pile of:[leading factor in the institution of event of the sale of such food in the farming. Fertile land is necessary, :: WHEN YOU WANT A BARGAIN GO TO' ; ] }

picture_ weight 2,500 I,I public and private improvements: The shell the season's: license is $2.25, but a master mind must solve the
from one volun-I proposed development of a rock while a fee of $7.25 is charged deal- problem of production and marketing. I J. C. CARTER 1 J
produced Ji
," .oft the farm of J. A. Nel-! quarry here is therefore of especial ers who sell such products both in

limits. This is fine' interest-Bradentown Journal I the shell and removed from the shell. FLORIDA FARMS. 71 IiUIUIUIUUjjUWIUIUIUIUU I jji IIIIIIBlIUIII IlIIIU i

....the the city fertility of Osceola T An additional fee of 25 cents for the i J j

of The fishermen of Fernandina are mailing expenses must be paid with Florida has 50,016 farms; of this .

.\ 101., -" the most prosperous people of the city I J I the license fee. Owners of boats who number 36,674 are operated by owners I y..,

'I.w x7-that owing to the fact that at the present time. Shrimp take 'engage in the business of gathering and managers and 13,342 by ten-

-| was has cut off the defer -I refuge in the nets and fish bite regardless I|I shellfish must pay a license according ants. :
I II I Bradford
o hides, the Seminole Indians of the European war, and the to the state law. Boatmen selling direct Seventy-three per cent of the farmsof County :1/:1/ :

.r Jn the Everglades will be I conditions across the waters don't I II (I to the customers must also takeout this state are operated by owners

id I of assistance from the white I seem to have affected this particularline I I license. The attorney general and managers, and 27 per cent by !

F Jui having been in the past of business in the least, unless, has ruled that hotels and restaurants tenants. Abstract Company

their only source of obtaining, indeed, the high price of other foodstuffs !I serving I i clams andd oysters must payI The farm home owners and managers .. 'i; I II

f b.with which to live on. I has tended to increase the demand I., license of $5.25 per season. It is of Florida cultivate 1,363,000acres A complete record Bradford County lands '! ;

c. for sea food and thereby greatly said that the purpose of the law is to of land and the tenants till 422-. Land Titles Real Estate .. 1 .t.
A. L Investmen
I III. State hotel commissioner, stimulate the shrimp and fish business I I! protect one of Florida's greatest in 107 acres in this state. I '"' I .

s L _,i. going over the State to see In consequence of this condition -I I dustries and provisions are made to The value of the land and build -1 j;

; ... .hotels are equipped with fire of affairs our people and our prevent young oysters and clams being ings of the tenant farms of this stateis '1 '

; and are otherwise to complying ( city are enjoying prosperity even in removed and also the careless re- $12,198,000; that of the home own- Hopeless Lung Trouble Cured. A Time To Economize is?

the law designated prevent these times of genral businss stagna- moval of young shellfish from depose ers and managers is $105,948,000. I Many recoveries from lung trou

,. K tragedies which when sometimess human life hor-is tion.-Fernandina News-Record. its. It is against the law to dredge or bles are due to Dr. Bell's Pine Tar MAKE YOUR OWN f .f
the scrape such shellfish from the beds, Honey. It strengthens the lungs and PAINT
fire ,
because adequate escapes Twenty thousand pounds of pom- the use of tongs being designated as checks the cough and gives relief at I '

: not been provided. pano, the largest single shipment of the correct way to obtain them. Washington, D. C., Oct 9.-In com- once. Mr. W. C. Wilkins, Gates, N.. I YoU will &AVE'. .a ;

be this variety of fish in the history of piling data for the last Federal Cen- Tar 5& cis. PER .w. d
I IB feed tuff will likely higher I C., writes "I used Dr. Bell's Pine .
during the winter and spring the Florida fish industry, left Miamiin j "Teddy" overlooked a most valuable sus, the enumerators asked every Honey in a case given up as hopelessand THIS is HOW }

i price is now. Therefore our farmers one carload yesterday consigned to addition to his recent African hunt- farmer in Florida this question: "How it effected a complete cure." Geta f

_ild i it me all they can of every kind New York. J. G. Crosland, managerof ing expedition in the person of Rich- long have you" lived on the farm you bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey.If ." Buy Mixed 4 gals.Real L.C&M.Paint Semi.: s ,

,: (fed they have. There is much hay the Miami Fish Company which ard Chesser and Manual Hunter. Sat- now occupy? This question was an- your throat is dry and hacking let And3gals.LinseeiOU .4q ,

i fe fields of Polk county going to made the shipment, says that so far |urday evening the boys pulled out a swered by 43,792 of the 50,016 farm trickle down the throat, you will sure- to mix; with it ; 1.4\1. f

will it they as he can learn never before has a 22 caliber Remington and operators in this state. More than Makes
'h If the owners save pump gun ly get relief. Only 25c at your drug- 7gals.Paiat tort
; .n what they do not need forors solid car of pompano been sent out of accompanied by four houn' dogs, yaas 9,000 stated that they had occupied gist. It's .
only $1.54 perigaL1:
stock and get a good price the state. The fish were caught in sah; just a little old 22 caliber and 4 their farms only one year or less; 4

kr'it Save it and profit thereby I about a half a day's time on the banks houn' dogs and they captured the biggest 10,858 from 2 to 4 years; 8,603 from REAL PAJr."T. The mm PURE L s: u.%V sEur-Jrrixm UE uAIt.r: :, z

L to keep the price of northern I opposite the Miami beach where the 't scoundrel of a panther cat ever 5 to 9 years and 14,718 10 years and attention b re- ZINC nt LINSEED OIL-lfce heat kaowIi i
|help paint material for 100 '
, down.-Fort Meade Leader. pompano have been running unusuallywell seen round these diggins in many over. The most restless class of peo- YOUR called to Use a gat; out of any you buy an4iitat m* c
f I
this season. Mullet are exceed- moons. Saturday night the boys hit ple in this state is the tenant who but all your paint money made,back.then return the ret 1 ,

IC'C. Redgrave, of Lakeland, was ingly plentiful this fall also, and one the trail for Red Bay Creek, where operates his farm on the share basis. important "point BElfEMBEB-this Paint is the cams l

!f" city Wednesday, talking I carload has been sent out already, in rumor had it that panther cats, polecats These are 4,519 farmers of this classin not generally known, as Painter's make,if they use ptfre White

ess Cactus". He has a large addition to numerous smaller ship- and other varieties of cats were this state; 4,266 of them made an- laxative should havea Lead and Linseed Oil-on/y:*uxej by ': -!

rq ,j4 of this promising crop on his ments.-Miami Metropolis.In 'I holding their annual convention. swer to the query and their replies in- that a band. The L.C&M.is thoroughly nixed ; a

i in Lakeland and says that it is About 2 o'clock in the morning the dicate that 2,591 or about 20 per tonic element to success* by powerful machinery-into s mi-pasta
cattle and order that the paupers of the made ready for use. .}.
j to be the greatest hounds took the scent and from then cent of them moved every year. fully meet constipation. -&OaaDoewiTr i i'
food of Florida. Spineless cac- county may be provided a home and C. JONES
4 until the first streaks of dawn
gray John B. Capers, of 810 PecanSt.
' f dow well in'this part of the state, light employment, the county commis- I RESULT OF CHANGES. STARKE FLORIDA l
4 had significant
lightened the tree tops it was a merrymarathon Fort Worth Texas .a -
'" -
l fact in any part of Florida, grows sioners have decided on the establish- through woods and experience In this particular 9-4-6t. :. T
ii 1 and quickly and has great nu- ment of a poor farm and will receive I Washington, D. C., Oct. 9.-An official lie was afflicted with a Severe case of .
marsh. The hounds close to
were so
..e value. Farmers would do well sealed bids up to Nov. 3 for a tract of the federal census bureau, in constipation and bowel trouble. lie
their striped the boys stated deal of In tryingto
quarry good money
spent a
of this and cf land not less than ten-acres nor I( the issued
few leaves exper- discussing report recently
l get a that they expected to see the fur fly find a remedy. To his astonish- MEN
I nt with it-Dade City Banner. more than forty to be used for thispurp'ose. at any moment, but the lithe form of by the government dealing with the ment. Peruna very quickly relieved rDon't
There are now a dozen peo- term of occupancy of farms in the him of his badsymptoms. I
I 'the from Mr. the big cat always kept to the front
that printed
letter we .
ple dependent upon the county for a I United States, said: wait Afittl dlsea -
consider is the until it decided to tage a breathing Tills happened a e diiwiraaUn' Important -
S. today
Kyle we funds
living and they are provided
::AT I "This frequency of moving from orjaiu. Theaandg -
Ibest advertisement Marion county commissioners.The spell in a big tree, which was a rash number of years of men his
each month by th3
farm to farm like-
or instability, very I age. Since then, ben Vftt'ke4 on the
| hsd. Mr. Kyle gives the history act on the cat's part. Only two bul- rocks of ienoraaee
Dk crer idea of the commissioners is to ly, forms one of the chief causes for Mr. Capers states and necleet. p
J the cultivation'and yield of four lets were fired, the first catching Mr.
small farm with that he has had X
get a grove or a com- the decline of rural is "
prosperity, or
Item of corn, which by actual meas- fortable house for the purpose and establish Cat back of the neck (proper place to hindrance to Frequency similar attacks of 606"
a greater
Ivement hit cat to the progress. trouble, the promi-
by disinterested parties, a according Hoyle,)
them there in care of a com- of removal of farmers resultsin of
I of 140 other went wild Mr. Cat nent symptom Absolute mm lo an
J made the remarkable as came '
average petent person who will have charge general shiftless'ness; the roads which Is constipation curable ca rs of contracted dlneaae.
Ibuhels to the acre in admittedly the crashing to the ground with uncalledfor and has al- I treat Weakness of Mm, Vartrorrie. '
of their activities. In this they
way and bridges are generally in a poor Blood Poison PUrs and all PELVIC .: t
n' |wont crop season in the history of could raise vegetables and providea rapidity. The dogs done the rest. ways found DISEASES Including KIPTL'SK "'
condition because the farmers without
mov- the knife.
i state. This phenomenal yield The big cat measured four feet long prompt and efficient I five 606 directly Into :the bled
I certain part of their upkeep.Tarpon ,
ing at frequent intervals, not relief from
are par- without cutting or detention boa
Marion county in the very and 3 1-2 feet high. With such hunt-
Springs Progressive.It I ticularly interested in their Peruna. He says: bmlness.
t rank of corn producing counties I ers loose panther cats and other kindsof upkeep. "Up to the time I Hours 9 a, m. to IS p. m. +
Farm of such farms Correspondence solicited. y
buildings are not
i the nation.Ocala Banner. will come as welcome news to cats: better make themselves scarce started using your
,: the people of this section of the coun- 'around these diggings.-Green Cove usually kept in good repair, as the Peruna I could Dr. Geo. L. Dickerspn

f:Lut week the Times spoke of abe ty, that the lumber business is limes. farmer who is about to move will drink castor oil 111 WEST FORSTTH STREET .
[ crop of hay being baled at the strengthening to a sufficient degree -- "I I leave the repairs for the next tenantto like good.water. As It did for JACKSONVILLE(Near Heard, Bank Btdg.ILORIDA.H. ) .
Gk& Saint and since i For nine Mr. and Mrs. R. A. make. The same reasons will
| Mary nursery that the Bagdad Land and Lumber years ap- salts they were of no use. Physics of .
then W. B. Mathis, foreman, has in- Company, the largest lumber concernin Ellis have been the proud possessors 'ply for lack of interest by the un- all kinds and classes were used but .. .

I fumed us that he has cut five acres of West Florida, is again runningat of a parrot which they supposed to stable farmer in the schools, churches we had to call on the fountain syringe RICHARD

1M peavine and crabgrass hay that full capacity. After what threat- be a "perfect gentleman. Relatives and general welfare of the com- for help.this condition Peruna completely was able to In correct Mr.- C.

I I bat yielded six hundred heavy weight ened to be a lengthy shutdown to( of the Ellis family owned the bird for munity. They move frequently; theydo Capers' case and there Is every reason ,

bale to the five acres,' making one half time, dividing the time betweenthe eleven years prior to the date of their not remain on a farm long enoughto to believe that it was the tonic General Insurance f. M'

. j bandred and twenty-five bales to the day and night the i gaining possession and throughout the getthe gest results from it, conse- qualities of Peruna added to the laxative \ ,
I crews, company that procured this ;
sera When taken into consideration is i now running full crews both t period "he" gave every evidence of quently they are usually in a poor financial qualities result.BOND verydesirable ;

. that fifty bales is a big yield to the day and night. While the prices of being a strong-minded, strong bod- condition." I represent none but FLTftST-dtASS .
I acre, the above record is remarkable. lumber I lied and possibly strong languaged I = .
reported to be quite unsatis- companies and will be constantly jn the
Oar northern farmers should be convinced still suf i "cock of the walk" among members !Il A FACTORY.
factory they finding
S are a
that we'make a little hay on ficient outlet for their products to, of the feathered tribe. Who owned i alert to promote your interests guarantee ,.

:A the tide here.-Mcclenny Times. warrant them in keeping their crews' the bird prior to that time and what I A silo is a factory on the farm and SIGNERS courteous treatment tq all patrons.

,The" Florida will at work. They are making quite ex- t "hisf habits were deponent sayeth therefore lends itself to co-operation A well written policy by A fin claw .
orange growers
1 of the commercial and in-
not, not being versed in chro- agricultural
- fit more money for their crops this tensive shipments', last week disposingof parrot agent in a first-class company iozu. .;
terests. The farmer the
nology (whatever that is.) But again gets profitof
ii soon than they did last year, despite about six million feet, while this both the producer and needless burden times means much in case of loss b.1Irt
it has been demonstrated that consumer. put a
week you
they are loading two vessels for
the million
for nine
prospect a
ak !box crop, thiniks a leading grower into European ports. This means better, j "can't always sometimes tell" Sev- I We need more of these twin agen- upon themselves.Once H. C. RICHARD Starke;.Fla Y
cies of the farms of
state, because will gather times for the hundreds of people who, eral days ago "he" (the parrot) laid prosperity on 1 1I
w growers nine eggS-that is nine Florida and business: men cannot render is
[aid box the fruit themselves, from are dependent directly and indirectlyupon eggs were your name 1
found in "his" sleeping and in- a better service to their commun- '
present indications. He declared that these mills for sustenance, andIt bond : :
with the immense apple crop of theretry is to be hoped is indicative of a re- dications are that "he" was showing ities than to encourage the buildingof on a your I CASSELL' $ ,

to face, and the unusually vival in the lumber business throughout a commendable determination to make silos. The silo is a great business property must re- Famous Indian Remedy -
educator. It the } .
I up for twenty or fifty of arouses spirit of
luge orange prospect buyerS have the lumber belt-Milton Gazette. years unproductiveness -
er- 'bttt icarce in the districts this j in the egg-laying line. enterprise, develops business ingenuity pay any loss. To FOR INDIGESTION ,; t \;
j grove That the sand-oil road is and awakens the of j
satisfac- Now, whether the parrot born joy owner-
faD;vhen was a ;
> heretofore they have been save GUARANTEED TO ]
I your prop- CURS
t tory to those who have tested it is female and is just awakening to ship. :
ion a
j the state before this time and
'fc7Jf the fruit on the trees. evidenced by the action in the matter I sense of duty in the "multiplyingandreplenishingtheearth" l A farmer can build a silo for twoor erty,sign none; 75 CENTS AND $h I 1 ;'

If being taken by authorities at Eustis,, line, or three hundred dollars, and it will, and send Manufactured by the T. A. c; 1 i j

.,z.D. Napier and J. M. Reeves were where the test has been made. We! I whether the thought-influence of the under ordinary conditions, pay a div- your sell's Medicine Co., Arcadia, Fty. j J .

',II from still and transacted busi- clip from an exchange the followingon world-wide equal suffrage propaganda idend of 40 per cent where it is run friend to For Sale by J 'Lj

d I::. 'Mr. Napier is proving the subject. The town council of has been sufficient to change its to capacity. J. C. CARTERSTARKE J

i a leading farmer in this terri- Eustis has adoped a resolution ask- I sex in its old age, is a mystery that

3 tGIJ.1Be has six acres in cotton from ing the J. B. McCrary Company, of has so far proven too deep for the Apply Sloan's Freely for Lumbago. FLORIDA '..! ;h,, !
I J has already gathered Atlanta, who have been the engineersin i \
=:'flle seven I solutionary powers ( sounds good nearly so hopeless as they seem. You ; 1$
cotton-six of them during getting up plans and specificationsfor i doesn't it) of the Times' official solver NOTICE OF GUARDIAN SALE. 1
duNstand he says he will get two a bond issue for sewerage and for i of international and individual can relieve them almost instantly bya Agents Starke. Fla. Thirty days after date hereof. I will Jply 1' '. .
simple application of Sloan's Liniment to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner. county fudge .
oDart, bales at least from the same paving, to submit an estimate of the i mysteries. Since the egg laying feats United States Fidelity & Guarantee Bradford county. Florida for an or&r to I "s j.
at patea? Be cost of : on the back and loins. Lumbago sell at private sale the undivided one-.ixtlt interest i ." .
has promised us full dadt hard-surfacing many of the s of the "'
parrot came to their notice the is form of rheumatism and Baltimore each of Elza Keene. Jerry Keenand .I ?
;..&M we will publish it in a future issue principal thoroughfares of Eustis with L owners are puzzled as to what its a yields Company, Martha Keene, minor heirs of Joseph, C.
W the perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates Keene deceased in and to the following, described ,
benefit of our readers. We sand-oiL As this company has been i name should be. The Times' solver lands situate in Bradford county, '1or- ,
t : lure quickly all in through the sore, ten Toned Up Whole System."Chamberlain's ,
ida to-wit '
always to do :
engaged the
contended .that small preliminary work of
d ( mysteries begs to suggest that the der muscles, limbers up the back and Tablets have done That certain piece of land in east hIJ of
.' age and intensive cultivation for Cocoa's proposed public improvements south of south east quarter.
was parrot be called "Jane Addams of west quarter
t' tbe makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of more for me than I ever dared hope .n south east quarter of south east quarter r f"
proper method of successful farm- the up-to-date information they Hull House," and that its motto be section twenty-four, township seven, rnee .
1 I Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any for, writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, ; k
s t-Chipley
Verdict. will have in regard to sand-oil roads "Better Late Than I twenty-one. Bounded on east by land -lo -
t :," __._ will i Never. -Tampa druggist and have it in the house- Spencerport, N. Y. 1 used several nrrly owned by Linnie Williams on rth
7 ; Anew enterprise is about to be zens of our town.be of St.interest Cloud to shows'her citi- Times. _ against colds, sore and swollen joints, bottles of these tablets a few monthsago. on by land the south formerly by land owned owned by M.by Fumzri H. H. Hall:and I'

$, edere that not only : -- > rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and They not only cured me of bilious and on west by land owned by P. K. Him. :
I promises Pile
faith in the said Cared In 6 to .
oil Days Ie
1.11.11 roads by 14 containing twenty acres more or a.
d r.o -wQ source of revenue to the I ing her streets with the I Y.jr druggist wiU rcrand money if PAZO like -ailments. Your money back if attacks; sick headaches and that J. C. KEENE.
lieomoters, but a local of composition. OINTMENT' fails to cure any ease of Itching not satisfied, but it does give almost tired out feeling, but toned up my Guardian'for Bus Jerry and Martha Kerne ;
ssL ,
supy' After going B l Ind. minor beige of Joseph C. Keene: deet :
over considerable litera- Bleeding.. or Protruding Piles inC to It days.4Bt ;
all dealers
K "" aiiratiio giTcs Ease sod Peat iat:. instant relief < whole system. For sale by 9-111. t l
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'::rifer ,GwtyL0cai Telegraph THE,ROAD QUESTION. THE "M N..NOT THE COL. 1'r war commenced that 120,000, American .

LATERAL tourists were on the continentand

and Long Distance*. Phone TJhe road question, is, always withus I I in Great Britain. It is hardly THE FLO'RIDAPRESS. .

Number 40 and, like all other questions, it Did you often wonder,why it is that 'conceivable, even if the war should c'l
will be settled until 1(r! 'end before winter that the ,
never it is set- some men can borrow on al- f' tourists ,
1SSISSZ c -L. tled It money [r which have heretofore flocked to Europe h -- ... ... ... ... A A r.... ,, ... it t
Published weekly and entered a,. right. certainly has not been most no security while other men, .' -- a. A. '-
; : at all
, settled in Bradford county. Bradford who have lots of seasons of the year, some What has become of
have the
second class matter at the postofficeat great |to seek the old-fash The best way to ry>
balmy sir of the reduce
county probably has as 'many miles difficulty in Medi ioned girl, whose hair 'the
, Starke, Florida. negotiating a loan Do ,terranean and others was all the cost of living is to raise
., of poor roads as any county of its you know why? I I.i to visit the same color?-Pensacola News. ble thing to i every
size in the state of Florida or any Let me tell great centers of art and trade, will eit at home. Indivi
: E. S. Matthews, Editor<<. and Owner: you-without any fear :for the next twelve months at least ly we cannot stop the war in -.
f other state, and only a spasmodic effort of disturbing the And when the is : E
of of war
serenity concluded
F. E. Bobbins, ... Associate Editor, any ;return to Europe in large nor can we keep the trust
now and then is being made to the any numbers the nations froUi
\ t and Business Manager mend banking profession, too. It came i ,This is the opportunity of the Europe will be forced boosting of prices But Iof -
,- j mattersThe to me in a matter of business. south., to declare a borrowtorium.-Pensacola South Flojyda with every -
county road fund has been wip- I desired at time Journal. as myth -
to sell
I Friday, .October 9th, 1914 ed out and the county commissionershave property in 'a Colorado city.a To pieceof be "See" the south first last and all the .- town lot, can,reduce the cost oft,
by having .
time, should be the cry of railroads a good
,. no money with which to improve more precise it was a newspaper and, hotels Wonder what has become of that Wauchula Advocate.
Mexican leaders invariably todisagree. the roads. When they have they don't I plant. other interests "..
agree ; My price, was $4,000, but the concerned in the fellow who used to be so fond of -{"
seem to know how Ito use'it They| to whom I of this sec ': -
party .was planning to sell"lacked praising the do 'i
way things in
tion. .If the thousands
.. of people who Jacksonville;is about'to Y'
spend $10,000 or $12,000 every yearin fully half that amount. She Europeto the have a
War News: Paris, Oct. 9.-(Special annually visit Europe be disadvantage of Amer- fessional ,'
can now : All
trying patch the roads but center the
up asked how much of that sum could remain ican methods?- TimesT doctors
)-Hebrews 13:8. very little is accomplished in the turned to a study of the south, the Tampa the dentists And all *!,, 1..__ ,;'
way and -- -- -- -
on mortgage ag I wished -
of building good roads and. the badroads tourist business of this section can br *- probably be housed in b '
V It is a dull day when an Austrian to have all cash I thought the best I one
but little. vastly increased. The campaign There is a man in Pennsylvaniawho Ocala Banner..; Now if "
are improved
: army corps or two are not annihilat way to do was to find out at the bank ; theyonlJ
ed. It seems* to us it would be a good what it would loan me on the ought to begin immediately. claims to be able to pronounce all the druggies and undertaken '

1 S plan for the commissioners to (seaside t erty. prop- I I I The high prices which the west is the names of all the places mentioned to the same building and then

Villa would rather be able to maki each year for a period of years At once I interviewed the banker receiving for foodstuffs will make I in the war dispatches. We believe the doors ano .drop the keys to .

A or unmake presidents than to be president a certain sum as a special: road fund,, and 'when I asked him if he'would money easy and abundant in a large he's a liar. It can't be done.Tampa well, the death rate of Jacksos,,

; ? $6,000 a for five and part of that section. Many thousands Times. will probably be the lowest
say year years, loan me $2,000 on the plant, he replied of 1nJ-*
\, use the, rest of the money availablefor "Yes, $2,500 if you wish it. Dod 1 of people will be financially able to in the south.-Orlando Sentiaeh, ::
Many women love dogs because the get from the t
away cold of the
road in west There is .
; purposes keeping the of you want the money now? If so, every reason to believe ,;-
dogs are more lovable than their bus- roads passable.' At the'end of the you and the north and go south this win- that the tourist season about to
bands. may have it, and we'll make the par ter. In addition to the usual open i It may takeja' little time to get'*?
five years they would have a good I pers out this afternoon. winter in Florida will be the greatest ever machinery in;!motion but the
s I Christmas roads fund of $30,000, which couldbe I then tourists. Here and there some who known, and this fact will contributeto EIJlI.
toys'. will be no scarce: stated that I didn't want the haVe pean war will be the cause of i
this year than money with which to used in building at least ten milesof money at all; that I was merely find the been accustomed to go south in a winter of prosperity.TimesUnion. many things being made in hi

buy them. hard, smooth road. This sampl ing out for a prospective customer of; winter may be unable, by reason that have heretofore been Amy

road should be constructed where it my plant how much could be borrowed of business conditions, to spend the Germany, Belgium mad'i ,
Hyphenated American is a mis would do. the most good and where upon it. The banker, and he was winter there, but their place can be The DuPont Powder Company will ropean country. The some result other B;:
nomer. A man is either an Americanor the most people would see it and use as careful and shrewd a man taken by others who are able to go take a million dollars' worth of cottonat bring immedilte naj')j
he is not. .. as ever and who can be drawn to the prosperity to. tail
it. south if
1 It would be a valuable object les- I handled a nickel or discounted a note, ten cents per pound. This is twiceas country but in'the; long run it

What is better than a fall day in son and would help to solve the road at once advised me that the bank had, active As and aggressive work is done. much as everybody else on earth .the cause of a Wave! of prosperitymr wfljc f
I been
Tampa?-Tampa -Tribune. Any old problem: of the future. It would no money to loan to anyone on a plantof large we extent depending for to a put together has promised yet- er equalled beftjre in this country:jd.'
\ day'in Starke. create enough sentiment i nfavor of: that sort, and_ that I might write manyof Times-Union. we have to dte is to "learn to
things which
good roads to overcome the present friend that we ought to have and .
r I. my not one cent could be to wait. -;Arcadia NeWS:

fi The Kaiser is reported to have deep-seatd opposition to a bond issues borrowed upon the plant, so,.far as made at home so, too, to a large ex- '1he] Eskimos are always cheerful .,1......- -- t
tent have : :
caught a cold, and it will go to hi; for road purposes or an increase of that bank was concerned. I was American people who have and hospitable, honest to a degree and "-'

I feet sooner or later. taxes for any purpose. Every part thunderstruck-but the deal didn't seen but little of their own country absolutely to be relied upon. Why You could bifijd a wall around Ffe:

of the county would want good roads through. go I flocked to Europe-Manufacturers try to civilize, assimilate or convert a ida, and let nobody in and let 'no:

Woodrow Wilson talks less, travel and would demand them and wouldbe When called for I Record. I people like this? They have already body out, and'iyou. ; could live mart
an explana-
less and does more than either of his upon comfortably, better clothed :
.1 willing to its share of the reached the altitude to which and te,
pay tion the banker-and he is alive now A REAL SUMMER we aspire.
two late predecessors. costs. SCHOOL. .-Times-Union. ter fed on what'FIorida: could prod'than
and will of this I'
f see a copy account-
,i '. ,Luke M'Luke says that trying tc Good roads cost money, but they said to me about like this: I I I II Seth Shepard who any other state in the union wit
school"in possible
"kept I one exception. Yet
are worth all they cost. Bad roads I In America we "have' this ifcti''with1
t our appendixcut
I conceal the fact that they are poor is "My boy, there are borrowers and district No. 73, Niles township, all its agricultural
: t what keeps most men poor. cost more than good roads, but they borrowers. A bank does not make Cook county, Illinois, had ""ideas." He out; in the foreign countries I horticultural and viticnftnnd;
I ; t S are not worth what they cost. The !I loans much the where the war is in progress I notice agrostologicil rick'
as it
Americans ( upon property as wanted to keep school all summer to I ness is lying idle, crying aloud for'men
are natural-born stick bad roads cf Bradford county are now! does to the men themselves. Your that there are a great many who
.,. ers.-Tampa Tribune. Yes hav II work out these ideas, and he asked "have their I to come and cultivate her toll, '
t we costing the county $10,000 or $12,000 business relations with the bank for for three retreat cut off. Eitherone -
months' extra This Jacksonville KIt
been stuck by them. many a time. a year for their maintenance, but that I' the past dozen years have been such bothered the school dirctors.wages.It is bad enough-and you know it. | Metropolis -'

is not all they cost. They are retarding to merit was -Palm Beach Post. I--
as the confidence of
An editorial without myself irregular. School had |
i J page a paragraph never been kept :
e column is like raw oysters the development of the county and !I I and the entire directorate. Any bank during the summer in Niles is predicted by those who are m
I they are depreciating the value of township.The When bees become of the position to know that the
without pepper sauce.-Tampa Times. every would prefer to loan money to a man boys were needed "to home. weary ; tourist sea:
,{ -C --., farm in the county. A bad farm upon very little security where that J But the directors drones in a hive, they sting them to.. son this year will be notably great:'
were talked
No one would object if the censors on a good road will command a better man has proved that he is a man of around, for Shepard death or drive them out to starve. I That ought to give stimulus to trade

of the war news would delete a few price at any time than a good farm on his; word. If he cannot pay just when and then the was a persistent That same sort of treatment might for many of the buyers are touristi;

more of the unpronouncable names. a bad road. I I the account is due, he is in a position person the,school were told twenty-nine that the sum-boysof be handed the town knocker with real I Many of them will buy homes,,per

: has The value of town property is to pay a portion of it; he makes mer term benefit-Miami Metropolis !'haps. There will be changes in land:
Even the was going be
devil somethingthat
some good qualities '
{ greatly enhanced by such improvements good, and the bank doesn't have the titles. Vacant :;houses will be occu

; He is no quitter. He is alwayson as" paved streets, city water, I trouble of going to law to collect would make them open their Plant oats, rye, barley, bur clover, pied. The market men and grocery
the job. That is why he succeeds and electric In' II I eyes. When tie summer term was vetch, and root dealers will
sewers lights. fact That is why we'd lend to you anything "took up" each rape cropsanythingand ser; their sales run up;
: so well in his business. boy was required to
the increased value of the property everything that will make good into gratifying: figures. Don't
i -*- ___ that you needed or desired. But rent of his father, or of some left
A. Rustem Bey, late Turkish am- is quadruple what the improvements'tcst 'I as for the party you speak of-and. bor, a half acre or so of land and food for your cattle and hogs this cry hard times and disaster until al'

bassador to the United States, has the owner. We remember an inn others whom we both know plant whatever fce wanted to. All the fall and winter. There is more moneyin ; least we are partly submerged. Donl

been granted a leave of absence for' cident that occurred several years ago there is a question of uncertainty. No business connected with this I feeding stock than in starving let's- fall into the river before we get

six,months, twice a year. in a small town, which illustrates the tank would loan to a stranger, no boys' were required to attend farmingthe to them.-Gadsden County Times to the bridge.-Ocala Banner.
value of improvements. The town I I
matter the security -
; every man
The only explanation we can offer council passed an ordinance to compel;: be They paid the rent, and We learn with pleasure that Major
investigated by any conservative bought the seed and Florida has rot harvested
banked yet he
t the
for the continuous Russian successes the building of cement sidewalks.Those !! bank before a loan is made. That pro- Butler, late of the Inverness Chroni-

,, is that they are shooting their 14 who opposed the improvement is why we'd loan the money-but ceeds-all according to Mr. Shepard's I cle, has leased a newspaper plant at potato crop, an!.it promises to be I I
r you
inch names at the enemy. used the case of a certain widow as 'Ian I would turn. down. the. other instructions. The teacher was kepton I Wildwocd, and will soon bring out a big one, and the; quality the fruit
party; the jump from farm
1-: The late LUcrty.E. Holden argument to show that an injustice !: And while I felt complimented, as about to farm all weekly paper of which he will beth this year is particularly excellent
a Cleveland summer, telling plant growth
was being done to some of the citiIzens. I editor and proprietor. Go to it The tubers
anyone should, I fancied that I had are large and
!!t Ohio, newspaper man left an estate -I and how to promote it verb
They pointed out that the widow Major, and if run true to form
you sweet She has
of $5,000,000. He must have inherited learned a lesson in finance. And from The result,was that the boys 'hanky I not yet converted her
in question: would not be able to our success is assured-Lakeland
pay that this I have cane into
day to and
crop The
4 a vast estate. ''I never seen an ed about $700, while the total profits syrup sugar.
t I I the additional taxes and that her'property application for a loan turned down but reached nearly: $2,000. News. cane crop val help out wonderfully

r. Virginia has been voted. dry, but, would virtually be confiscat-}i what I have thought of that incident. Here was real education and !I I well, for there is scarcely any better

Virginia is an apple producing state I I I ed. The widow had been trying to There were people in that city who proof and example that not all knowledge a good I A story is current that a mermaid I eating than buckwheat cakes and our

and the inhabitants can use hard ci", sell her little,home at $700, but could I wore better clothes than I did, who .comes but of the books. Here was captured nearSavannah wearing I syrup. Then there is her orange crop

der as a substitute for liquor. not find a buyer. After the sidewalks entertained more than I did, who a watch and chain which was engrav-- J that will last through the entire winter .
I was practical bookkeeping
had been laid a stranger came to the drove around in fine rigs more than I banking, practical farming-and, practical I ed inside the- case: "HI H. McCreary, The crop this year will amount

Many men will exercise horses for town and 'liked the appearance of did (it was before the days of the practical Gainesville, Fla." 'Can it be that this I to 9,000,000 boxes. Then there is the
; f I teaching. Here also
the good it does the animals but I was proof
they I I things so well that he decided to buy auto)-and who took quarterly vacations tha ta good teacher is not good editor-man got stuck on a mer- lettuce, strawberry and smaller crops.'

;' 'never" apply the rule of exercise to a home there. He was told that the which I never could afford but book teacher. necessarilya maid on that trip of his to New York I I Florida is not moving in the direction

,. .themselves for their. own benefit widow's house was for sale. He applied ',1 noticed that their paper wasn'tworth The best teacher is the who and gave her a slight remembrance!" of the poor house* not. a little bit-

.Et. Tightwads are not popular, as a to her and offered her $1,200 in a darn-and the grocer usually manages to inspire the pupils one with an Clearwatcr Sum j I i Ocala Banner.

;. f > rule, but they usually have a dollar\I! cash for the property and bought it liked to see the tint of their money interest in the subject and then shows --

I 1 when they need it and seldom have I Tjhis case shows how public inprove- before he sent the goods around to how well talks how. ......
( as as In teachers ..M.MM.MM.M..m+MM.M..t..H
Y ments ruin the property owners who '
,,!' t to bother their friends for a loan. the house. as in other human, the thing that
!r.. _-I have to pay for the improvements. | There's a moral to this-and I'll counts is

: The Russians are said to have gained Good roads ruin farmers in the leave it to any banker if I'm not cor-' Journal. personality-Minneapolis I Progressive Business Firms ID Starke I j

control of the gasoline supply of| same manner that"the sidewalks ruin- .

Europe, but the supply of gas in Eu ed the poor widow. A farm on a I Ibad I rectKeep your record clean; your credit I Instead of selfishly bewailing the ,

1 rope is beyond control, even by the road is hard to sell at any price, I' good; live within your means play fact that?few Christmas toys win be : Readers of'the Telegraph will find it to their

censors. and a farm on a good road will sell. fair; don't lie about business matters;: imported; America
by this
Chicago i
-- at a fancy price at any time. I don't kite checks; and, when you' people have started year advantage to trade with the firms rep
a movement
i The Starke school has been in
session Bad roads are a disgrace to any agree to. meet a man, meet him and 1 to interest the children of this coun- : resented in this directory.
for two weeks and the small
;i is only the monthsbetween county. It gives the county a bad if you can't pay him make a good and I "Hry in sending a shipload:! of Christ- :

w boy already him and counting emancipation from reputation throughout the whole coun- honest explanation why you can'tThat's mas presents b thewar orphans- ...............................e..................."
try. A number of automobiles have
all. Palm Beach Post"SEE
i ,. school. 'mired"near Starke lately and everyone Europe. That is the real Christmasspirit ...MM.......f............ ........................"

! "; i.: Luke M'Luke says the Suffs have ,:I of the drivers said they would THE SOUTH. o REAL ESTATE. FURNITURE. I.
return to Starke nad declared .
It cut the out of the never Not the least evil of .
"obey" the
Europeanwar ............
that he would warn motorcar MMMMMMM
! *
!f- contract and the men have cut out the I Italy has been receiving from itstourist i will be to bring whiskers into

: :'; whole contract as far as the Suffs are owner he knew to give Starke a wide business over $700,000,000 t' ;style, because the men at the front ........... .i..KM "'i"t+ 3 44r / 4m1e

:. : concerned. berth. Such stories as these circulate.year, according to a statement published -1 I won't have a chance to shave and all + .
", + throughout the length and breadth of COMER L. PEEK .
in the Manufacturers Record the heroes who return home from the :
t An has the land and Bradford thus : .
i. appeal been made to the 1 county
I. a few weeks ago, carefully compiledby 1 wr will have whiskers. Most men Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else yon .
American Bible for Bibles for much unfavorable publicity. :
Society gets
I | Dr. S. Z. Ammen, for !like to heroic
| many yearsa appear and they will a J might want
the soldiers in Europe. Good idea. If[ i: Tourists who travel in automobiles; Timber Expert. i > 0
: leading newspaper man of statistical f soldier learns to Bible road in which all the roads 0
a use a prop- use maps training of Baltimore who" has HULL'S DEPARTMENT
wearing whiskers.
i ,
only he will quit using a gun. on the great national automobile been .* 33 years Experience at Starke. STORE. .
spending a year or more in ,

The industrial number of the Callahan routes are designated as good, pass- southern Europe. Dr. Ammen's statement I A woman who couldn't get rid of "... .....
and bad. It is shame and
able a a
Leader has come to hand and reproach to Bradford county to have showed how this vast tourist I her struck warts in any other way was .......................... ...........f...........
the publication is a credit to the officethat revenue: had helped to enrich Italy by lightning the other day and .
her bad roads throughout t and vivify its business activities. It' when she recovered consciousness her DRY GOODS. DENTISTS
it and ;
printed a splendid advertisement the United States by means of these I ; ; .t
warts had
is true that the tourists who havespent disappeared. However, it
4. for the Callahan section. road maps and by the tales of trav- '( annually this stupendous sum.in is not likely that lightning will come .......................... ........................H

BUt of Ohio city of Toledo I. elers. j Italy of recent years have been into general use as a cure for warts.
? Lucas County. f As said before bad roads retard i 0
we ,draw from all V i
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he toenlor the development of the county parts of the world. We are not surprised at the audit > J. W..MORGAN DR. U. ft. TURNER
partner of the firm of F. J..Cheney They have gone to Italy sometimes to ..
A Co. doing business ia the City of T- and hinder its progress in many ways cretion of A. Rustem Bey, Turkish I I I DEKTISTt
i WOo County and State aforesaid. and spend a few days, or a few weeks, I. Headquarters for .
r that said firm will Good roads will increase the value of ambassador to the United States. We
pay the sum of ONE Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods *
and, charmed by its climatic and other t Edwar Building :
F.; HUNDRED ease of Catarrh DOLLARS that for crnnot each be and curedb7 every our property, make a good impressionon attractions have extended theirstay never had much faith in a man wh ; Dry Goods, Notions, Eke Upstair over Post Office

4 = the use Of HALTS CATARRH CURE.FItA.'K travelers and attract homeseekersIn uses his first initial letter and therest < .
J. CHENEY.Sworn from days to weeks, and weeks l ..................
to before me anI subscribed Inny investors, whose coming will add to months. The situation in of his name spelled in full in hi V ........

.A. D.prfsf-.ce.1H this Gth day of Decem her. i'. materially to the wealth and resources will completely change the Europe tourist signature. . . . .ppCr Cr . .ya'>H

(SuI.A. W.Notary CLEASON.Public of the best agricultural countyrasy po- business, and open, at least so far as I I And now it is said the ,Maxim Cor- CHARLEY TOM Q & DR. 0. L. HAYNES .

HalTs Catarrh Curs Is ta: "en ante tentially in the State of Florida. j I the people of this country arc concerned -,,ky approves the kaiser's war on Ger- Chinese Hand Laundry <$> <> Dentist. .
and acts c'ffitl1! cans the b'ood ant mucous S .
surfaces rf the system.:. Seal for lavigoratiflg to the Pal tad Sickly great possibilities to the many, so it must be unjust-Times- '--
testimonials, free. south. 6 Jefferson and Thompson Sts, $ 0 Itione 80. 'RaD Building '
F. J. CHENEY ft CO. 1' le.1o. O. n.Old ttudard rnertl itrmttbealnf took I.I Union. This is the first news we have

f 'Bold 1ak.6aa by sl.a la.1S PrnaVe.-tYt T::ooae. -" :I i GROVE MaUrii.raricbeUieblood.aBdbaUdtptbe TASTELESS chill TONIC driftS oat y..1 1tcia. I j It is estimated that the European I'I j read of the "kaiser's war on Ger d STARKE. . FLORIDA.. <8> STARKE', FLORIDA.Thereare h.!...
A trot tonic. For idulu and chiklreb VK It is estimated when the European many. wt

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more _
tine of hard i '-'--

+' -:. of trees growing' in1 Read the. Telegraph--2.$LSft, a Jear.red burial bleat ,_ ....;..\.. Read the Telegraph$1.50-a year. e yt: __V. ... ,.." '. I. .w-Ii :
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-t ... Rev. W. F. Malphurs occupied the I ..

;!}'D;, ( i vX pulpit'of Rev: J. E. Black'in Bethany I .

church at Palatka Saturday and Sun- I'I

tP 7; Bits of LocalInformation day. Two new members were received '

: one of them being baptized.: \ \ .

S.OS.hassaved hundrededfai 1, from tresson...,
k Oysters made their first appear- \beHigii 5 u.MONLYlNTHER.ANK: hassmdtfxn t
: sadeof
;_ ( .
ance upon the local market this week familie.from diatreas onland. :
.il' '
and those who can afford luxuries I
GrF f o.r fiirly. 7idaui .t1t
;;Z PWNN"' fir c..r a1 1'... have teen tickling their palates with ,
r these toothsome bivalves. I fhingfc in water power

r' and air power hasrit impa ++iedon man power/-Nothing '

It Mr. Walter Simmons, of MaRa, far in the history of Ln n may has been discovered as an i
:.. Ask Brown. Mr. L. H. Austin, of Jacksonville, Ga., whose firm has the contract of : t '
acceptable substitute for "
j spent Sunday with relatives in building ,the Lawtey school house, honest, stejuJy labor

r: 'for dry goods. Leviton.I Starke. was in Starke Monday on business W"i.-IIU.I' 1tUrAN.:

t t SYRUP CANS, Jones, Hardware. '. with the county board of education. -..r'h f .

-! ,Mr. W. S. Graham, of Raiford, .... .
It R fI Sheeting_. 4 cents a yard at. Brown's. spent"Sunday with his family in l' Mr. Enoch Griffis, of Lawtey, was :

I? Ask your neighbor if they trade at'Brown's. Starke. ''in Starkei on business Saturday. He r

g.' informed us that the acreage of the qPd j\Mt..
:;ry., Messrs. J. D. and W. T. McEvers, strawberries at Lawtey this year will .

I LADIES-Wizard mops. JoneslHardwwe of Graham, were in Starke on busi- be practically the same as last year. \ TKRKE Ul

:: ness Monday.

: Mr. W. M. Turner, of Macclenny, ,
and and taters
I wire at Hull's Depart- Simmons possums
f "-..met Store.,, are ripe. Go way, lasses,yo done los visited his son, Dr. U. G. Turner, LAST CHANCE. W. A. BESSENT, Jr. F. S. PEDRICK

.' all yo sweetness unto me. early this week. Mr. Turner is looking '-
If want groceries at living pri- for a new location and will prob- The registration books will close to-
.1 it: go to Brown's.Mr. Shoes for ladies, satin, gun metal, ably move to Starke. morrow (Saturday), October 10. If FIREPROOF GARAGEALL

.1i r.eel patent leather, tan, any color. Hull's you expect to register now. is the

i Guy Alvarez spent Sunday in I Department Store. The Ladies' Musicale will meet on time. KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE' :
next afternoon October 12 4
: Jacksonville.r i Monday '
':r: Mrs. Hattie Osteen and Miss Alice at the residence of Mrs. C. L. Peek at Mrs. L. A. Reynolds, of Tampa, ENGINE WORK.. j: k
the sick
iL 0 W. Alvarez is on Nolan, of Maxville, were shopping in 3:30 o'clock. Choral practice will betaken spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.E. -'

i I.) Tlist. .this week. Starke Saturday.Mrs. up at this time. All membersare Johns, while on her way home from WORK GUARANTEED y ;

'. second hand urged to be on time. Mt. Airy, N. C. where she the
; If you want new or R. S. Johns and little son, spent .

I"l1 'I bicycles_-see__Brown.___ George, visited her mother at New Mr. G. M. Bennett and family have Johns summer. She attended Alachua the Williams- PHONE 103 e- ST AFt KE, FLA
wedding at in
River this week. moved to Theressa. Mr. Bennett Tuesday
rl" Mr. MorganvDarby was a visitor with her mother. CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON STREETS \; 'YV.
I company
( traded his farm west of town a short .
to Jacksonville Sunday Mr. J. C. Carter has moved his Callstreet ,. s
I time to Mr. L. V. Moore for the'arm
ago -
grocery and feed store to his Mr. H. 0. Brown, of Lake Butler
r- Mr. J. M Dubose was in Wildwood he is now living on at The-
old stand near the depot. announces himself in this issue of the WILLIAMSJOHNS.On .
,oa business this week. I ressa. To The Trading Public
,: Telegraph as an independent candi- ,- .
4f ..- New goods coming every day.- Mr. H. E. Lagergren and family The Loyal Daughters of the Chris- date for the office of county treasurerof Tuesday, at 11:30 A. M., in the ,

> Bull's Department Store. have moved to the Chase house on tian church will meet with Miss Agars Bradford county and promises, if First Baptist church in Alachua, occurred .

:t West Call street. Gardiner next Tuesday evening, elected, to contribute 20 per cent of a wedding of much interest to I wish to thank my friends and

> } Rev. Olin Boggess, of Lawtey, vis- If you buy groceries or dry goods October 13, at 7 o'clock. A full at- his commission as .treasurer to the many in Starke, when Miss Thelma 'the trading public for' the good .

I ited Starke Thursday._ apologize to no one if you ,bought at tendance is desired.-Lillian Cason, support of the public school systemof Annie Johns, the only daughter of I patronage they have* given me

\ Mr. J. H. Haney, of Monticello, was Brown's and saved money. Secretary.Mr. the county. Mrs. A. M. Pettie, was united in mar.. .in my Call street feed and grocery F
-- --- to Mr. J. Williams
riage Aquilla of
r"i 'a visitor to Starke Sunday. Mr. John Campbell, 'of Lawtey, is J. M. Truby is shipping another Sheriff S. B. Denmark returned on I Alachua. i store. As I have to.dose

:'( Men's blue serge suits at Leviton's. spending this week in Starke with_Dr. carload of sugar cane to New York Monday morning from Bradentownwith The church was artistically decorated one of my stores on account of my

:- School shoes at Leviton's. and Mrs. E. T. CampbelLThe this week This is the third carload Sampson Richardson, colored, for the occasion, the color scheme boy going to school, I moving n
I' '- shipment Mr. Truby has made to New whom he had arrested upon a warrant
el being white and Back of the
': Attorney D. E. Knight was in Jack- many friends of Mrs. Breeze York. He says it is used principallyin charging wife desertion. Mr. Den- chancel was a pyraimd green. of ferns and back to the depot to! my old

:i' aonville. on business Thursday. will be pleased to learn that she has i Chinatown and the foreign sec- mark informed us that during the in each window was placed a hand- stand, and I will -appreciate a t
i' recovered from her recent illness.i past as carloads of fruits continuance of '
tions of New York City. year many your patronage. -
from arch
; Mr. Angus Hall, of Hampton, was some plant. Suspended an
in'Starke: on business Monday. State Auditor Gray, of Tallahassee The W. C. T. U. will meet next and vegetables had been shipped from of white and green was a wedding bell I will endeavor to please you at :.
I'Ii -- i Manatee county as there are men,I of white all times I have been
is in Starke this week auditingthe afternoon October 12, at 330 composed entirely chrysan- as trying to
will break any Monday women and children in the -
I: 5 or 6 doses 666 county. themums and under this the
Chills Price 25c. books of the county treasurer. in the Methodist church. A good at- ,couple do in the past.
of Fever or
I i', a. ase Ask to see those children's shoes. tendance is requested as there will be The rain that has been falling during stood to' pronounce" the vows "for I will be able to sell closer

"I 1" Embroideries at Leviton's. an election of officers and selection of the past two weeks has been appreciated better or for worse. The church had when I back
Hull'sDepartment mV
counter. get to store
1 There will be a special been darkened and the soft glow of own
tr | by strawberry but
delegates to attend the state conven- growers,

" I transacted business in Starke Mon- and want to make hay are among the ferns lent indescribable pay. You will find me with
Don't let the war scare in pri-
'I ces-90 cent of you dry goods K. L. Adams, of Plant City, grumbling. The weather never duits beauty to the scene. the Jacksonville market at all
( dry.Mr. per pur spent several days in Starke this but the weather does not Promptly at the appointed hour, en-
Cornelius Young, of Hampton, costs no more to day. Ask Brown. everybody, times. You do not have to go
week. Mr. Adams was accompaniedfrom tered the ushers, Mr. Travell and Dr.
to and persists in doingas
business in Starke Tuesday seem worry Jacksonville '
transacted to to feed and
2Lf get:
| School shoes for boys and girls, Plant City by Mrs. K. L. it pleases and, lets people do the I Driscoll. They were followed down fy

%t high and low cut, ask to see them. Sparkman, who visited relatives and worrying.The the outer aisle by the groom and his heavy groceries. J have my

t Mrs. W. E. Davis is visiting rela- Hull's Department Store. friends' at Lake Butler ard other .- best man, Mr. Harry Dampier. Then warehouse and no rent to pay.I .

a tives and friends in Gainesville thiweek. s points in the county.Mr. Missionary Society met Thursday came the maid of honor, Miss Thelma have my store building and no
D. L. McDowell of Jackson- afternoon, October 1st at the hos-
f Mrs. Griffin, of Starke, followed by the
1 S. B. Woodard of Graham rent to I have dwellingand
pay. nyr
home of Mrs. Frank
ville, spent last week here with her pitable Colley. matron of honor, Mrs. L. A. Rey-
\ Hon. A. D Andrews, of Raifordwas brought to the Telegraph office last no rent to and why not
;i parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Uglow. Nine members were present. The nolds, of Tampa. Next was the dear pay
in the county seat on business" Friday two sample ears of the corn sell the life .
subject was "Ihe| Conquest of the little ring bearer, a cousin of the necessities of cheaper
Monday I Miss Belle Kelly returned home on crop that he grew this year. The Cross Over Youth." Mrs. B. T.
, Rape bride, Master Nelson Eddy, carryingthe ?- I deliver the goods to your
Sunday from a pleasant visit with corn is a white, hard variety, name
:. See ,us for galvanized corrugated!I relatives and friends in Jacksonville. unknown. Each ear is eleven inches was the leader. After the business ring on a tiny silver tray. Immed- house and put them in*it for you. i
session a social period was enjoyed, iately preceding the bride, strewingrose
if iron roofing. Hull's DepartmentStore.
When '
want bargain call
long and perfectly formed. One ear you a ,
t Percales and ginghams at Leviton's during which delicious refreshmentswere petals in her pathway, were two i'
contains 750 grains and the other 725 served by Mrs. Colley assistedby most attractive little'girls" Florence phone 26. h

,. ,> Dr.'L J. dams_ was in Macclennjon The infant child of Senator and grains. Mesdames Graham and Stewart. Andrews, of Starke, and Adelaide J. C. CARTER t

. business two or three days this I Mrs. A. Z. Adkins is reported as convalescing iThe Loyal Daughters of the Chris- The ladies departed feeling that they Smith, of Alachua. The bride enter- ,.

. ::0. week rapidly from its recent ill- tian church held a box supper and an 1 had been delightfully entertained. ed on the arm of her brother, Mr. J. Near the ;
11 Depot 1
' Mr. George M. Lynch, of Gaines ness.r ice cream social at the home of Mr.A. Nearly every week somebody tells Markley Johns, who gave her in mar- Starke Fla., .

Tflfe, was a visitor to Starke Tues: | American fence. If quality and not E. Moitt last Saturday evening which us that we forgot to say something riage. ., .. ':

quantity counts, you will buy American was largely attended, and the pro- about the visitors they had or failedto She was particularly lovely in 'her +++++ ++*+++++++++++ f .

. .dalxr fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. ceeds of the affair amounted to about mention that they had been away wedding frock, a basque dress of tote + + j ;
. .:and Mrs. D. M. Byrd, of Brook. Jones. $12. de nigne silk persian crepe, with hat + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING +
. ,n from town. Our only answer is that
er,' were visitors to Starke Monday,. and accessories to match. She + .
'. .Miss Cass White will return home l Mr. Heenan Williams, who lives such things ought to be called to our ried a bouquet of bride's roses witha ++++++++++'+++++++'++ 1 .
. f Miss Nancy Lee, of Highland, vis- I attention pefore the paper is printed,
Tuesday from a pleasant visit of sev- north of town, is remodeling and im- shower of valley lilies. The cere- FOUND-A stray male{ hog, not
l..Ited friends in Starke Monday. weeks in the mountains of North proving his home. The house has been not afterward. If there is anythingyou
eral mony was performed by Rev. Rogers. marked. Owner call and claim and t
Mr want to in the Telegraph ,
! '2 Attorney J. C. Poppell was in Lake Carolina. I raised and a brick surface cellar is tell appear before to Mrs. Reynolds was gowned in pink pay for ad. Perry Dover I Hampton .c. I
please us we go press
IM ," ., Butler, on legal business Monday.. All grades of lumber, sash, doors,I' being idea in built this under neck it of: A the cellar woods is a, new but and we will be glad to publish it, if crepe while de Miss chine Griffin and carried white white ros- Fla. 10-2-2t. I

Ih i G. H. paints, and in fact, everything for it is news, but don't wait until you es, wore mes- .
r. Brown, of Brooker, was it is a good one and sooner or later salice with net flowerets edged with FOR RENT-Two store rooms in
S in;Starke business building and improving your home, to will to have read the paper and failed to find
on Monday. more generally adopted. satin. She carried Both central location on Call street J. ,
M :'" be had at the Quigley Lumber &; what you want to see before tellingus pink roses. I W.

: "tMr.. R. J. Turner, of New River Supply. Co. Peace Sunday was observed in about it. wore large picture hats of black. Morgan. i

was a visitor t oStarke Monday. Starke at the Baptist church, wherea The little flower girls wore dainty WANTED-1,000 dozen strictly

4{ i?. .. r Rev. B. T. Rape returned Monday union prayer service was held. The Mr. 0. L. Mizell, of Dukes, special hand made frocks of white with pink fresh eggs in trade at Brown's. -

> ,. Mr. 0, J. Phillips, of Enterprise, from Winona, Volusia county, wherehe service was participated in by Rev. agricultural agent for Bradford coun- ribbon and carried gold baskets twin- Highest market price. ,

,, '*u. in Starke on business Monday. conducted a successful series of: W. A. Ferrell, the pastor, Rev. Ernest ty, was in the county seat on business ed with coral vine. Master Eddy's suit

Mr. and Mrs. Boland Hall, of Hamp revival meetings. House, Rev. L. W. Kickliter and Rev Tuesday. Mr. Mizell tells us that the was of white serge. FOR SALE-2 pool tables, practicallynew 4

1 % ton were visitors to Starke Tuesday. Do not forget those 15.00 blue F B. Johns, and consisted of prayers, crops are slightly below the averagein The| beautiful wedding music was and full outfit, $10jp; cabbage I
suits songs and short talks by the minis- this county this year. He estimatesthe rendered by Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr., plants in a few days, omen plants. : 3
1 fresh fish and oysters. Handy serge they are the best that ters named. various crops as follows: Corn; 75 of Starke, aunt of the bride. The chine and plows for rent or hire. S. j ;

1I K ,Brimer. Phone 109. Prompt delivery. I can be bought for that price.. Hull's per cent; peanuts, good; sweet potatoes bridal chorus from Lohengrin, the L. Alvarez, Starke, Fla., 1092t. ,I

1r :, Department Store. Mr. J. B. Higdon, of Jacksonville, good; cotton, 90 per cent; cane, processional and Mendelssohn's wed- 2 mules, 1 cutter, 1 redwing ma-

.l5, or fi doses figfi will break any The Starke Cigar Co. has movedits representing the Florida State Com- 70 per cent. The cane is short on account ding march, the recessional, a short t I
CUe of Fever or Chills. Price 25c.liJ mission of the Panama-Pacific Inter- fall and LOST-Last between j '
last before Saturday
. factory into the new building of early frosts musical program was rendered night ,1
r : i*y F resh clean groceries- every'week. erected for it by Mr. R. S. Fernan- national Exposition, was in Starke on dry weather later on. Mr. Mizell ad- the arrival of the bridal party. Mrs. Hopson's Theatre and S> Guann's

. :'H Try them. Hull's Department Store. dez in the southeastern part of town. Tuesday trying to interest the ladiesof vises farmers to provide pasture for Reeds, of Alachua; gave a lovely vo- residence, small lady's tfold watch :

. 'iit[ this city in the Florida dollar sale their stock by planting rye, oats, rapeor cal solo and little Florence Andrews, with hunting case and Iwman gold -,

...; 'a ."Miss Minnie Hodges, of Hampton, Some bargains-Square edge sid contest for a free trip to the exposi- vetch, and to plant these crops now the five year old cousin of the bride, pin. Return to this office and receive -

. :54 54I 54r ; \.. a visitor to Starke Saturday.I. ing $12.per M, ceiling at $8. A few tion in 1915. and not to wait until winter to do it. sang charmingly, "I Love You Truly." reward. : 1092t.

. ;} iii + window screens at 1Q cents each.- He reports that cholera is causing big Mrs. Williams, up to the past year,
Ie Tki
.i :,* most complete line of wood Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Mr. J. R. Bevill, of Graham, was losses in this county this year and has always lived in Starke, and num- SCHOOL AND CIVIC CLUB.
:: .:'1 Wd oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. in the county seat Monday. He informed {
recommends that more attention be bers her friends by her acquaintances.All .
", :%; # For the next few days we will sell us that a large is be-
..-. ,' ,When you want good sound corn, acreage given the use of anti-hog cholera ser- these friends here regret exceed- The School and Civic Cluty will hold
: : our ladies white shoes ing to strawberries in the
. 1}.aBbn'aa. Hull's Department Store. at absolute cost planted um. ingly that her marriage will keep her its regular meeting in the rooms of
t and this is ,the time to Graham section this and that
. buy white year, in Alachua, but wish for her every the city council at three o'c}ck in the .
....:.; :. d)'.toor 1 oil-just what you have been shoes. Hull's Department Store. the prospect for sweet potatoes is PETITION S. District Court FOR FINAL DISCHARGE.U. happiness.The afternoon of Wednesday, October 14.

W --Quigley Lumber & good. Potatoes are now selling out Southern District .f Florida. building #'
., the school be-
. : SupplyJrs. is a Owing to
xIc Mrs. A. A. Johns, of Frostproof, In the matter of J. F. White. Bankrupt.In groom prosperous young .
there for bushel.
. .:: :,."" f.pey.1"" .. : visited his mother, Mrs. E. Johns $1 a the matter of petition for final dUcharge.: busines sman and has great hosts of ing at such a distance for some of the !
several On this 3rd day of October. A. D. 1914. on
. '!' v. .. ;, days this week and attended the KAUSTINE CLOSET SYSTEMFor naj ng the foregoing petition it is ordered business man and has great hosts of ladies to walk, the council5has very
t .t Lee MacDonell, of Tampa, is "T the court that & bearing be had upon the who him consented for tip to use r
Williams-Johns home stores and all build- friends, congratulate heartilyon graciously
":s.1 tIaitiDr her brother nuptials at Alachua. .ame on the 4th day of November. A. D. 1914
: Mr. J. E. Wilson, ings. Requires running water '.ore eaid court at Jacksonville, in said district winning so charming a bride. their rooms in the old court house. _
t { i'thiiweek.. : no cess- in the forenoon and that
... Mr. at ten o'clock
.1 I Mrs. R. E. Roundtree have pool or sewer connection. Approvedby ' . f i iJ. moved from Orange Heights to Starke County Telegraph, a newspaper printed in received the popular President.
'A earload of wire field fencing at Boards of Health. Costs less than aid district, and that all known Bred ton many gifts by '
. ,attractive' and are occupying rooms at the cess pool or systems. For vid other persons in interest may appear at young people. A lovely home fur- MRS. J. R. DAVIS, -
||j prices. Quigley Lumber & sewerage ;t time and place and show cause if any
. i of W. F.
} 8_ Co. Malphurs.S sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup- they have why the prayer of said petitioner nished was the gift of the groom'sparents Secretary.
Ifo-! Co.Miss. ,
B. Denmark, of Starke, the stal- ply And it is further ordered by the court that NOTICE.All .
Prof.L the clerk shall send by sail to all known her mother check for $500.00.Mr. .
f ;: A. Jett was a z
Miami is in wart sheriff of '
Bradford county, was Mildred Robbins credtors: notice of said petition and this or- holding cheeks issued ,
e. this week greeting his here Saturday. He entertaineda der addressed to them at their place of and Mrs. Williams went by au- persons
i many came for Lucius number: of her young friends last !a nee as stated. tomobile to. Hague, where they caught by ex-County Treasurer F: N. Andrews j'
Davis'a Honorable Rhydon M. Call ,
who Witness the
negro was arrested here Saturday afternoon in honor of her '-,b.* of the said court and the seal thereofit the A. C. L. train for points"on the arc requested to send or bring
r i r by Sheriff Ramsey'upon request of Jacksonville in said district, on the 3rd the to the county cler'i's office
eleventh same
:'soul Mrs. J. M. Brownlee and Sheriff Denmark. birthday. Games were played 'ay of October. A. D. 1914.EUGENE. west coast They will be at home in lat
: Davis of
visited relatives at LaCrosse is wanted refreshments were served and a D. DODGE.true Alachua after the 1st of November. once to facilitate the auditing t
upon a charge of selling whiskey at copy. Clerk. the treasurer's books. '
Ptiday.F very pleasant time was enjoyed byI t
Starke.-Gainesville Sun. I all present Read the Telegraph-$L50 a year. Read the Telep-aph-$1.50 a year. W. T. WEEKS, Clerk. ;
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PfirfavI ......., Octoboi' t 1914:


dinner given in his honor at the Un- .

"The War of the Kaisers!! A war 'ion League Club in New York after H !'

For President of the Florida'Di. for conquest! A war for the promotion : his return,, from Manilla. Originally Fresh clean air-is the best antidotefor I I .
entitled, "Kaiser & Co., the verses ,
.. vision U. D. C. of dynasties, overlordships and
: tuberculosis in
made the round under the caption of pulmonary every

I .- arbitrary power.. The good, of the "Hoch der Kaiser." They were written step of its development. WEWILLPAY: 1

? Miss,Caroline M. Brevard of.Talk many unconsidered, the absolutism of Montrtal !
by calling
I a newspaper man It isn't a cure for the advanced
*; hassee, prominent alike in club and social the few the only stake at Berlin, at himself Gordon, whose real name ". ,.n ,
Vienna and stages-no one claims that-but in .: : : '
for :
Petrograd. Hope '
circles, and with an enviable placein man was McGregor, a member of the staff i'" : ." I I 'I
only in the fall .f the Kaisers, the the earlier approach of the disease it .
the literary world, has many of the Montreal Herald, in October, ; ,'. .. ... :., <' f,
ward it off and effect
Romanoff but little behind the Ho-
a may a practicalcure. '
1897 when the kaiser made his
talk (
; "
friends throughout the state who will I > ;"
henzollern, and the '
Hapsburg- I
to Prince his : ,
I I Henry on rightsof The Best Prices For -*
interested to learn that she will, be a Courier-Journal. Gordon It has been said by high authority'that r' ,
, kings. or McGregor, had t
} candidate for the office of president of I. been accustomed to spin, occasional one person in every seven is affected ,

; Florida division, United Daughters of .-At-.the ,outset of the war of the rhymes, and, when the word, "Give by this disease at some time' in', Sea Island Cotton and t 'tI

.: Kaisers the Courier-Journal showed life, that the scars would be revealed ,,"
the Confederacy and us a poem, Mac, came from the newseditor's '" '
chapters I
t many how it what the by post mortem examination. In a'' l!
was largely '
countryside -
Will E
: r are rallying to her support, the three desk, out came the verses. Make You The -
'atfaihuall number of such the vital-
i calls an "in'and in" cases
Twelve the total but in ; !ii.
chapters of this city, which are was making I
in the it wereblood kinship ity of the' individual and the' J
family, as proper
the up'the "forms"only eight were printed. j jct.re
f most influential of the state, having Closest Prices on Dry
marking the trail of the Lord'sannointed are sufficient to counteract the'
I 1 endorsed her candidacy. Four being left out on the galley, t I
_ advance the disease the be- j :
'i between Dan and Beersheba beyond : 1
and rectified later.
Miss Marion Smith, member of was

Martha Reid Chapter was chairman of and quite all the way from hell to The salient feature attending our ginnings. I '._ Goods: and Groceries ,
breakfast, or words to that effect; but It is an established fact that fresh : i
is the tone the .
the joint committee composed of mem reproduction implication :
j I no one could read certain letters incorporated air, uncontaminated by the poisons : '
} then and "Meinself undGott"
; bers of Martha Reid Chapter. 19, now,
a few days ago by Field that float about us everywhere the
I F Jacksonville Chapter, No. 1128, and don't seem to be quite as big a
: I Marshal Herman von Ridder in his interesting environments of what we call our I
he But
he it is
Annie Perdue Sebring Chapter, No. man as thought was.
I pan-American reports without : highest civilization, is the best pre-
1136, and regarding the endorsement yet in the womb of battle whether he
t. having the circumstance recalledto ventive of diseases in general The I
1 : of the chapters, the committee submitted can go on "a singing of the song.11Here 'A. D ANDREWSMERCANTILECO.
of the air works destructionto
. r the following his memory and urged upon his re- is the jingle: Oxygen
flection. 4 many varieties of disease germs,
: "Considering the fact that the time
The letters in question passed between and particularly is this true of tuber
I 1 for the annual convention is drawing Der kaiser of dis Vaterland, .

{ near and that in all organizations a -Prince Henry of Prussia and Und Gott on high all dings command. culosis.

j firm prejudice in favor of rotation,in King George of England mainly-first Ve two, ach! Don't you understand? The fresh air treatment has many RAIFORD, FLA i

cousins,' grandsons both of the late Gott! advantages. It is cheap-cheaper than
office' Myself-und
is known to exist, it behoves
I Queen Victoria-but they embraced drugs-it is within the reach of all, :
I us to turn our attention to'a candidate -I
references to others of the royal cir- and it becomes merely a matter of
1 for the office of president of the He reigns in Heafen und alvays shall,
.. cle, and gave a glimpse of the do- embire don'd recognizing the fact and of applyingit i .
J \ Florida division of the United Daughters Und mein own vas I )
mestic habit and prattle which pre- Every obstruction that prevents : .
\ of the Confederacy. It is shmalL ,
our '
vail them "en dishabile" the free circulation of the outofdoorair
t' among as we '
privilege and pleasure to announce Ein noble pair I dinks you call
French say. One would fancy himself to living, whether wo are awakeor -
that Miss Caroline M. Brevard of Tallahassee Myself und
t with a nurse. King George of asleep, lessens the active efficiencyof iA

, j .. has consented" to run for this England is "Georgie." The German the cure. This fast has been recognized /r/HENy[ [ ion NEED t'
;, i office and says that the request that Vile some men sing der Power divine,
kaiser is medical science the
"Willie. The czar of all "Die Wacht by to extent -
I she do so she considedred a signal hon- Mein soldiers sing am '

, i ii or. Certainly her candidacy confers Russia is "Nickey." Dealing with Rhein," that large sums of money appro-
\ i honor upon the division. ,Her personality nations they chatter like children ov- Und drink der health in Rheinish priated for the erection of great sani- (NRAl( TONIC a TAKE D RO1E'S '

II attainments and descent combine er their toys. Disposing of the livesof tariums for the treatment of the dis-

to make her a Floridian of whom millions of'human being, they playat wineOf me-und Gott! ease, remain unexpended in more than
hide-and-seek and blindmaa's bluff. one northern state. The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless
I Florida may assuredly be proud. chill Torilc Is Equally .
I To the pan-American mind of Field In the great federal prison at At-
J Early Settlers. Dere's France, she swaggers all Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver
Marshal Herman von Ridder it seems lanta, all tubercular patients are sep- ,
Her father, Theodore Washington aroundt, Drives Out Malaria Enriches the
Blood andlBuilds
natural and charming-the amiable arated from their fellow prisoners and up
Brevard, was born in Alabama in 1835, She's auguspiell-she's no aggound;
"tutoyen" of the Right Divine. But, don't amound are: made to live in the open air, in the Whole System, c,* Grown People and Children,
and removed with his parents to Flor- To much we dink she ,
to the understanding of the rest of tents, under guard within the walls :
ida in 1847. He was admitted to the Meinself-und Gott!
bar in Tallahassee in 1858. The us, we poor, plain peasant Americans, that surround the institution. The re- Yea bow what you are taking when you toe chili Tome ;

previous it is horrible. It places directly before sults have been a splendid demonstration as Use formula is printed on every label showing that it contain: the well knots
year he had served in the Sem- She vil not dare to fight agen;
I the mind's eye, the full meaningand of the value of the treatment. tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest titter

inole war, entering the service as lieutenant portent of the pretensions to But if she shouldt. I'll show her plain There are hundreds and thousandsof tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, dills and Fern,

On the death of Capt. Park- kingship and kaisership and czarship Dot Elsass und (in French) Lorraine in humble circumstanceswho Weaknev, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life ana:vigor to Nursing .

hill he was 'advaneed to the rank ofcaptain. Are mine-by Gott! persons Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging
4 involving the of family fear the of tu-
sovereignty one even incipient case
In 1858 he was elected to Relieves nervous depression end low spirits. Arouses the liver to action and

: the general assembly of Florida, and of one man over myriads of men, .Von Bismarck vas a man of might, berculosis as the forerunner of certain purifies tbe blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Comphte Strengthener.

illustrated by the war of the kaisers, 1 death. To some extent, even a large No family should be without it. Guaranteed by Druggist 'He .
was made chairman of the committee Und dought he,vas glear oud of sight, your meaD it. Sac
precipitated the world by a extent, this fear is for {
upon unnecessary
on federal relations. In June, 1860, But, ach! he vas nicht good to fight
d group of cousins, tracing back to with the easy availability of fresh air, --- ---- -- l
'j he was appointed adjutant general, Mit me- and Gott!
successful land piracy a few hundred there is the possibility, even, in some
I ; but when war became a certainty he
years ago. cases, the probability of a cure. THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.A
\ resigned his office to enter active service Ve knock him like a man of straw; .
We read of the Ian on Horse 1 Two things: are essential one is to successful remedy for Rhcumatis-a, Blood Pcisoa
l. ; and in the spring of 1861 he Ve let him know whose vill vas law;

i' raised a company of volunteers. This back." Wo; hear of another "in the Und dot ve don'd vould stand his jaw, secure, so far as.possible; the welfareof P P P and all Blood Diseases. A wonderful tonic fcr both

that saddle." A few of us recall some- Gott! the patient, the other, to protect men and women. Has been m nuf.ctared for the
company was one of those help- Myself-und $141.
ed thing about "Sitting in the Rocker"but those: who are about him. past 35 years. At all Druggists, )
to form the 2d Florida regiment.In
{ let that all amount Tuberculosis is F. V. LIPPMAN CO., Savannah Ga.Come.
-- pass. They very rarely commu- ,
1862 he was appointed major. Lieu- 1 iTe send him out in big disgrace,
much to the same thing preferment, nicated in air and there only by
; open
tenant-colonel in 1863, colonel of the lre gif him insuldt to his face,
the "best of it." Jerome This makes association : ,
patronage, sputum. -
power ---
\ Eleventh Florida regiment in June, Und[ put Caprivi in his place
1864 K. Jerome once wrote a book with the patient by those, who attend
and brigadier general in March, Myself-und GottfDere's
1865. As called "Three Men in a Boat, Not to him, safer out of doors than within
: major of the first Florida
Mention the Dog." When this is solid waCs. ,
he served Florida war [ dinks she's nicht
r battalion in and except grandma :
over the Courier-Journal is going to Few families or persons are so poor
i for that time, his service was in schall beer,
write a book entitled "Three Men on that they cannot provide a tent or
1 Virginia, where he took part in many tfidt Boers und such she interfere;
a Raft, Not to Mention the Bear." other in the yard'surrDund-
I protection
hard fought battles, and was 'taken shell:; learn none owns dis hemisphereBut
: II. ing the home or in some easily acces-
Gen. !
prisoner three days before Lee'ssurrender. me-und Gott
J There lies before us the latest of sible place. Tk-j essential is the! the
He was kept in prison onJohnston's
the German "White Papers," narrat- ;air shall lave free circulation, and
island until four months she dinks, good frau, more ships she'sgot
after the surrender. ing, to quote its title, "How Russia protection i* needed only against rain

and Her Ruler the hot In the' tent which
Betrayed Germany'sConfidence cr sun. ,
Member of Legislature. Jnd[ soldiers mit her scarlet goat,

t. On his return to Tallahassee he was and Thereby Caused the \ch, ve could knock dem, pouf, like should be floored and furnished comfortably -

4> European War." It makes a prettycase. but not elaborately, the patient : I
elected to represent the county in the dot,
We are quite reody to believeas should' deep and livr. Here his
legislature-the last legislature electedbefore Me nseI -and Gott!
much evil of "Nickey" as of "Wil meals should be eaten and not with "
reconstruction times. He was
I lie," not forgetting "Uncle Franz Jose the family. The linen of His bed and
always steadfast to the Democratic 'n dimes of peace prepare for wars,
J !." This Book" all about be washed
"White is his clothing should -
principles of government, which he be- I[ bear the sbear und helm of Mars, separately I
the Balkans the Slavs and the Serbs, from that of the family and
dousand Czar : ; '
lieved to be the foundation of consti- Jnd care not for den to the
Russia's scheme against Turkey and precaution should be takenr for
; urol Gott! every
tutional liberty. He resumed the Meinself 1 nets
finally, the assassination of the Arch- the protection others.In headquarters
practice of law, continuing it until his /
duke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, this the tubercular patient / for
death I humor
June, 1882, at Tallahassee. fa fact efry ,
"by a member of a band of Servian und may have the Eenefit of homer cooking, Tires and Accessories-
,. Born in Tallahassee fit aspect dark visage grim,

I Miss Caroline Brevard was born in conspirators prepared and abet- Sott: pulls mit me, und I mit him, of'home care, his mind maybe occupied where you get the extra Firestone

ted in Belgrade with the cooperationof with hume interests; and the a
t Tallahassee in' 1860. Her mother is l\IefnseIr-umf Gott! quality at the price of only medium grade.
Servian officials, and executed with mental occupation and diversion :fromhis
the' daughter of Gov. R. K. Call She Courier-Journal. i iSO
arms from the Servian state arsenal."' own troubles are no smail part of

: organized Anna Jackson Chapter, U. Bismarck once said of the Schles- DECEPTIVE.Kany : I cure. And better yet, hisseparation :.

(. D. C; No. 224,and has served more wig-Holstein question: "Only two II from other tubercular: patients important fIrstoncTires
than once She has
t as its president. mon ever understood it One of themis 1 People in Start Fail to Realize; for such association, asilY a

t served the division twice as historian in the lunatic asylum. I am the Tne Seriousness sanitarium, detrimental"influence.The .

and for four yearsas chairman of the other." If as many as two men ever home treatment tuberculosis, Tubes and'Accessories

education committee. She was a char- understood the Balkan question, we Backache is so deceptive.It the constant saturation fir fresft- air, ,
member of the Colonial Dames, give Extra Quality at only average price because Firestone
ter do not builders ore Tire Specialists and the Firestone'Factory is the
and is historian of that society. Other
that know is that over there on guessing or they be obtained almost
" wo I may largest in America where only tires are made. Come in today *
' .societies of which she is a member are the Danube they are a devil of a set Learn the cause-then cure it. everywhere with outside- assistance.A \ 4 and learn why Firestone efficiency can give you-

I, the American Historical Society As- and can raise more kinds of hell to Possibly it's weak kidneys. recognition of the value of those Moat for Your Monty-In tint Coat and Final Economy

,, sociation, North Carolina Literary and the square inch than can be raised That's why Doan's Kidney Pills are ,methods, wfiich are particularly fa-

, Historical Society, National Geo- anywhere else on earth outside of j jII so effective. vored by the climaticconditions of DEWITT c. JONES

graphical society, Southern Sociological Mexico. They're especially weak or disordered Florida, would work a wonderful re- STARKE, FLORIDA

,: Congrss, honorary member Florida II That "Nickey" fooled "Willie" is Kdneys. duction of' the statistical figtzres regarding -!!!!! -

r Historical Society, and she has very likely. That Georgie took advan- Here's a Starts- case. tuberculosis.

served as director of the Tallahassee tage of the scrap between "Willie" Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W. Call Street, '

Chautauqua Association. and "Nickey" to get in his work, may Starke, Fla., says, "About a year ago Notice is. hereby MASTER'S given: SALE that under and by

Literary Woman. be true. The Courier-Journal is I had kidney trouble and suffered virtue of aj final decree of foretiware made
and rendered the 2nd day of September: A.
This gifted daughter of our state against the whole featherbed of them. from dull, nagging backaches. I was D. 1914, h-r- the judge of the circuit court of
is the author of a school history of headaches. I the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florda, in and
What was the naughty word we used :also distressed with us- for Bradford county Florida in chancery in IN

i s Florida, and the Florida Supplement the other' day about the Hohenzol- ed Doan's Kidney Pills and they re- favor of Jennie M. Hodges H.ffn an and her 1
! husband, R. R. Hoffman and W. B. Harvard STOCK
of Literature
for Frye's Higher Geography, and the Roman- lieved from the kidney
lerns, the Hapsburgs, me annoyanceand complainants and against Ethelena Campbell

i of the South. A collection of offs? If the Courier-Journal had its rid me of the backaches. I :feel and the umfereigned her husband wilt C T.offer Campbell for sate defendants before the PLAYERS IlESAWS STEAM FEEDS lf\ .

legends of the Southern Indians is it would tie the three of them justified in recommending Doan's Kid- court house door at Stark Florida during 1 :MATCHERS SELF FEED Riffs
the legal hours of sale on Monday November TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS
in of she
now process the Indian ocean without Pills as I haven't had an occasion
adrift on ney 2nd 1914 to the highest and best bidder for 7 PERKINS' SHINGLE MACHINERY
contributed to Southern Literature the since. You cash. the following descr'bed real estate lying
It is mo- remedy
rudder or compass. to use a kidney ENGINES,
up to 40 h. SAWMILLS
and being in tie town et Starke County of ,
(edited by Alderman &: Kent) and has Hohenzollerns former en- Bradford Slat of Florida towitLeta -
with using :
ment fairly out can keep on my BOILERS, up to 40 h. Light and Healy
made occasional contributions to one two three and four of block one
pa- and It expects to see 'em dorsement. SAWDUST CONVEYORS SLAB !
Hapsburgs. of J. G. Alvarez addition to Starke. weti CAXVEYORS
pers and magazines. She has been driven into the last ditch of kaiser- Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't .it twenty-eight township six. south el GASOLINE ENGINES STEAM FEEDS! t

engaged for some years on a larger dom. But, with autocracy, arbitrary imply ask for a kidney remedy get range twenty-two east'A.. S. CREWS. LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS,

history of our state with full bibliography Special Master in Chancery.A. t DISSTOX
power, militarism extinguished in Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Z. ADKINS SAWS

-this is still in manuscript. Germany and Austria, it hopes and believes Mrs. Moitt had. Foster- mburn 1" "-5t Solicitor for Complainants. SAW BITS for all make. of saws

t' She is one of the best known educators survivein Buffalo N. Y. SHAFTING, PULLEYS BO ES
that they cannot long Co., Props., Keep Stomach and Liver Healthy.A '
of the state. For some years BELTING 4 grade*-medlam to best,

: she taught in Leon High school, and Russia. III. It Always Does the Work."I vigorous stomach, perfect work- LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TONGS
ing liver and regular acting bowels is EVERYTHING FOB THE
Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
b is instructor in history in the like
now Meanwhile, by way of illustration, I guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's SAWMILL
Florida State Collegefor Women.- edy better than any other, writes ,
Times-Union. retrospection and preservation, we re- E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I R.I New Life Pills. They insure good digestion Write forPrices

print that set of doggerel verses taken it off and on for years and it
W Only One "BROMO QUININE"To which, though carelessly thrown off,, has never failed to give the desired I excellent tonic effect on the whole 1

vet the fennlne cll for full name. LAXATIVK ore world-famous now. It was a Kentuckian results.. For sale by ,all dealers. I system-purify your blood and rid 1

BROMO QUININE. Lookforiiznttureol the late Admiral Joseph Bullock you of all body poisons through the
S.W.C KOVE. Cores a Cold in One[)My. Stopi
torah tul bjadtcde.mil work off coil 2ii Coghlan, who rescued them from Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. bowels. Only 25c at your driggist
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October 9th 1914. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. "' .l
.Fridav...- ____

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.; *' THE OKEFINOKEE Treatment Given-by Agents in. + GROWING'' DRUG PLANTS : ,

9r +' SWAMP + the South' Down + ; I
Cutting '
.... .. .III..t..f
+ Loss. I ++.+4'++ Health .Drinki"ii

.++++#++#tI tK+F++*+* Washington, D. C., Oct. .-The ; cessation Washington of the, D.harvesting C., Oct.and 1.-The ship .

The Okefinokee Swamp, the greatest treatment of hogs exposed to the risk .
ping of many crude drugs'b cause of .
natural marshes of Georgia, and s'I
of contagion from cholera with anti- :
hostilities in
Europe has caused .
one of the least known areas of its cholera has saved all but i' a
hog serum
size in the Eastern United States, 2.27 cent in the Southern States, !sharp advance in their market price. I

: J covers and Pierce part counties of Charlton, and,extends Ware Clinch a lit- U.according S.per Department to reports of received Agriculturefrom by the I::' As have a result written many the U.indivduals S. Department and firms of For the Hot< Weather }

:; tle beyond the Florida line. It is local agents engaged in demonstration (I Agriculture inquiring about the possibilities -: ... I .
of the American farmer I
miles in its
yt about forty greatest work in this section. ,-

length and twenty-six miles in its These reports show that the county growing drugplants profitably. The What is more refreshing and health-building
of Department's specialist incharge of during the
width, and covers an area
? greatest agents inoculated, in the year ending I

z 4 f :about Among sx hundred all of square the fresh miles.water June 30th, 1914, a total of 34,636 hogs I drug-plant number investigations of these correspondents has writtena !I long, hot summer than good, pure bottled beer? j; Our

the time
that in health at
= 4 of the were good that, although it is probable that a brands have a world-wide for
d swamps cast Mississippi only but were exposed to the disease. Of I t reputation Purity Quality
exceed the Okefinokee number of important drug plants ,
the Everglades
; this number only 787 died. This loss I and Flavor ,
could be profitably here if the *
sizeand in the richness of its grown !
of 2.27 per cent. is regarded as highly .
present high prices continue, never- !
associations in its diversi-
historical ,
evidence of the value of the

,t.. beauty fied topography of its interior and in, the the bewitching Okefinokee preventive cholera gratifying serum.treatment with anti-hog J early theless restoration there is of a possibility shipping facilitiesand of the Bottled Beer Worth While f! ,

I; JSwamp is in a class by itself. Although many authorities do not I in any event the inexperienced I .

" From the very earliest times the recommend this treatment after the grower of drug plants would be more j ." : v '
; liable to meet with failure than with Pabst Blue Ribbon Jung's Red Heart
f f ,swamps has been the subject of hog is so sick that signs of the disease Veribest Beer : i

are plainly vivible, the agents in success. Bottled Beer PiUener Style Bottled for r.
.; Some medicinal plants, says the De specially Florida.

.r : America, which appeared n 1682, .a I IJ:1 many cases took a "fighting chance. partment's specialist, may be grownas Known and sold the world over. Has been well and favorably known Brewed from choice malts and >.
The results would the whole,
seem, on h
easily as ordinary garden Absolutely the best bottled beer ops. A great favorite. One
; for
crops its
map therein shows the Okefinookee to have been satisfactory. ''Including i high quality for over 30 v
. very others however require the that can be produced. Ask order will make you a steady
special j any-
and it is called Lacus Mag
Swamp a ,
; sick and well animals, a years. Must. be good. Try it customer. s
: knowledge and skill of a practiced body. j
; nun (great lake) at the source of the grand total of 41,974 hogs exposed to .

'! :.: St. Mary's river, then called the Rio the disease received the serum. Of gardner. There are many varing 1 Do ., small $1...o Per case, 1 doz. snail, ....$ 1.00 1 Dozen --- ____n__.,.. $ 1.00 a
-------------- .
factors in the commercial productionof 5 Dozen .' ________
de May. Later, in 1776 it was represented these, 3,004 died, a percentage of loss 5 Dop., small --_________$ 6.00 Per case, 5 doz. small, --- $.1.25 -+--- $'A.00z. e
as the Great Swamp OWaqua- drug plants. The constituents of 10 Dozen (1 Cask)___!:._ $ 1.00
of 7.15. 10 Doz, small ..:.------$ 12.00 Per cask, 10 doz. small, ____$ 8.50
of them in 5 cask Lots !
i phenoa, its boundaries reaching almost In considing these figures, scientists many : vary quantity according per cask: 7.51 r
Flint river. The Flint to the time of gardening and
to the
point out that the work was done
method of drying, and a knowledgeof EVERYDEALER CAN T
river was in the heart of the country '. under ordinary farm conditions, and MAKE J
the Lower Creeks proper methods of harvesting and
'" which belonged ,, not by trained experts in laboratories.In .
4 and Seminoles, who regarded the curing is absolutely essential for the
addition a large number of j
very C
i swamp as a mysterious country, peopled production of drugs of high quality.
inoculated veterina-
hogs were by BIG MONEY
Even if the THIS SUMMER
: with an immortal race which prospective grower pos- .i
t rians or by farmers themselves. In
neither they nor the Spaniards could these cases no figures are availableto sessed some knowledge of drug plants, ,, m

also believed that beginning now, he could scarcely hopeto
conquer. They one
show the exact results of the treat-
of the islands in the swamp was the ment. harvest a crop before the late sum- Stock the most popular line of hot weather drinks made. Buy what V'
you can sell at a
of earth and mer of 1915. In the case of some varieties profit.
most blissful spot was Do
Department experts also point out, not delay, stock these brands and you will have the most popular in
i of Indians he might even have to wait stand town and at-
inhabited by a peculiar race
however, that inoculation alone is not the end of the season made
a profit that will
whose women were incompar- until the end of the second or third mean money in the bank. I-
sufficient and does not remove the ne-
and to whom year after planting. Therefore, the ,
'ably beautiful, they gave
cessity for sanitary and other -
:' the name of Daughters of the Sun. ; for example, hogs should precautions be fed farmer who began at once might not Summer Drinks That Sell S x
find himself with of
The Indians in their superstitious a supply crude .
for a few days after the treatment on
a} fancy, people the Okefinokee with a cooling laxative foods. They shouldbe drugs on hand until after prices had NEAR-IT RED HEART BREW CIDER. *
:!.. ,race that can only be equaled by those removed to uninfected and clean returned to their former level. .The best light brew made Less ;t

'i 'marvelous people, of Grecian mythology In any case, the quantity of crude than 2 Non-dntoxicating. Less than 2 All '
pens where there is plenty of shade, per cent alcohoL Bottled the best kinds in stock for e,
\ to whom the Greeks in their imaginations .. drugs required by the market is rela- special for prohibition per cent alcohol. Refreshing and. ,
'/ and care should be taken'to free them territory. immediate shipment
the of tively small as compared with fruits, healthful. .
; gave name Hyper- As
near real beer ,
;; from lice and worms, since many as possible.10Doz

it' boreans. These people were sup- hogs are worm infested, the following vegetables, or staple crops. Therefore Cask --___________ $8.5 10-Doz: Cask --___________ $8.50 10-GalIon Kegs, per gallon. ._ 60e. .
to have inhabited the northern numerous or extensive plantingsby
posed ,
formula, which has been used by local
;Fportion of the earth, and dwell; in agents throughout the South with considerable individuals throughout the country All Prices are F. 0. B. Jacksonville, Fla. When Ordering State Whether( You Want Us to ,

\- 'tverlastin 'bliss. Thomas Moore, the success, is suggested by theKentucky' might easily result in over production, Ship By Freight or Express. We Allow ISc Per Dozen for Empty Bottle* \

$- gifted Irsh Poet, gave, us the "Song which would cause a decline in the
Experiment Station: F. 0. B. Jacksonville Florida.
'. :
.f1.. of a Hyperborean," beginning thus, Santonin____________2 1-2 grains. market price independent of the con- .

I Areca nut,. ---1 dram. ditions adroad. .

come from a land in the sunlight Calomel-____-_-_-__-_-__-_-_-,---1 grain. For successful production of drug CHAS. BLUM, COMPANY :1
fl'fl'I' plants on a commercial scale there .
deep, Sodium carbonate___________1 dram. M.f
Where golden gardens glow, must be an available market. Its accessibility ; .

I!. Where the winds of the north, becalmed 100 This pounds is a sufficient of live weight quantity; The for each dose must be considered above Established Over 25 Years and Absolutely Reliable ; to r

in all things, by the successful
: sleep, grower.
should be given in slop in the evening, Jacksonville
Their conch shells never blow.'" ) The cost of the production must be FloridaTHE .
after the hogs have been without food i
iu', carefully estimated: and to this must ..
for from 12 to 24 hours. The follow-
The Okefinokee, has often served as be added the cost of packing and shipping -
irg morning each hog should receive/i'
for deserters in the time of to this market. The packingand ;
a refuge ':
a tablesponful. of Epsom'SaIts. : AUTUMN IN FLORIDA. reptiles have Ione' into their winter NOTICE OF SALE OF f HOOL BOKDS.Hereby : :
1 k war, being a: safe hiding place for 1-.T-i shipping expenses might easily notice is given tl-at Ufcre
sleep, only thing left of their I en <()r
those, who for sake of cowardice, .or What Would You Do, make the enterprise unprofitable. l noon of Monday the 5th :day' of October.
Thrice who are not j.n Florida during f kind being the turtles that stink their 1914. at the oce of F. G. Sche'I, aperinten-
lack of patriotism, preferred disgraceto There, are many times when one Drug plants to be profitably- grown heads out of the wter. Silence. dent of public instruction' I for- BradforJ
to honor. During the Revolution man questions another's aetkms and should yield returns at least equal to October and November lose the county in Starke, Flori.laj.the undersignedwill
reigns over this whole scene. The receive bids for the rvrchase of school
kj some Indians who were unwilling to motives. Men act differently under those from other crops which may be most pleasant time of the year. To heron stalks silent about the duckis bonds to be issued by siciil tax district No.

ff. take, part in. the war settled there. different circumstances. The questionis grown on the same land. The farmer produce heat, rain and winj ; Twenty-three of Bradford' county, Florida :
re- mute; the red bird's chirping can iiTthe sum of $15aoo.OW> icaidbends to be
,.n In the Seminole war in Florida, it what would you do right now if you must determine that this is the case. quirts energy, but during the time be heard dated January 1, 1914. iiyabie, : to bearer
hardly only the rattle of
almost fast- had cold? Could do bet- The fact that much handwork is : ; I twenty years after the dat4 thereof with interest -
proved ,an impregnable a severe you mentioned the year rests from its 'I'
the kingfisher and the tattoo of the at the rate of 6 percent per annum
s ness for the Indians. It was during ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough necessary in the production of most labors. It is then cool and but littlewind payable Bemi-annually on the first day of
woodpecker can be heard at times. ..
f: this period that a number of placesin Remedy? It is highly recommendedby drugs is liable to make the cost of labor and rain. The upper air is so While the sun sinks into a glory January Each bidder and July for of the each-.vhtM jear.or any part of

the swamp received their present people who have used it for years high. exceeding clear that the shadows such bonds will be reqJny: !l. to deposit with '
unknown to other climes, the blue his bid in cash or by eertipNl check payable .
.; name, Billy's Island and Billy's Lake and know its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sar Many Drug Plants I WiB Not Grow thrown from trees and from the ever; smoke from the clearing straightup to the order of the bctrdJ public instruction

&.: (after Billy Bowlegs, a famous Semi- gent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain'sCough Here. falling leaves and are very dark, and and the coloring of the goes landscapeis cent of for the Bradford total amount County o*,any Florida.such 6 bid wr to

| nole chief), and Floyd's Island, after Remedy is worth its wtlght in Among the inquiries regarding drug the contrast creates a haze that ex- ever changing as the light recedes secure compliance with the(terms of the laid .

i ,Gen. Charles R. Floyd, who was sent gold and I take pleasure in recommending plants addressed to the Department agregates elevations and depressionsand more and more from the earth. bid.The board of public inAroetion I- for the 3

..' in the swamps to dislodge some Indians it." For sale by all dealers. have been requests regarding plants makes things delightfully unreal. County, of Bradford State bi Florida.. 1
The crack of the farm
boy's whip
as L. w.. v
'-' from this Island). During the which cannot be produced in this The heavy dew in the early morn- 91141. Chairman.MAsTEB's .
he drives: the cows home, the blows
..: Civil War deserters from the Confed country at all. Others that might be ing makes the and leaves
grass from the axe chopping wood for the S'LE. '
$ erate army sought the swamp for CURIOUS BITS grown here are also produced "in glisten like diamonds in the rising evening meal, echo from point to Notice is hereby given tiut under and by

( protection, and even to-day evaders OF South America and other localities not sun and the "birds lying the virtue of that certain 'finat'; Caeree of fore-
HISTORYHUNTING near point, and even the harsh lowing ofthe :Icsure made and rendered the 23th day of
;4" of the law flee there to escape the involved in the war, where they can ground look like spirits. When the September A. D. 1914, by I the Judge of tile
cattle sounds musical. When the
i circuit court of the Eight Judicial Circuitof
'f arm of justice. still be produced more cheaply thin land was covered with for- Florida,
A primeval tllest tree tops have lost their gild in and for Bradford county Flor*.
The famous mound in the southeastern CUT TO here. ests the ida, in chancery sittinr-'favor of S. R. .
landscape uninteresting
CHINA. was ing, the children of the dark beginto Johns, complainant and atm'nst W. T. Saxon *.
corner of the swamp, known There are, nevertheless, certain and the view limited. Now it Lenora Saxon, D. l;. Kftight.: : as trustee
as Ellicott's mound, was made by drug plants BOW chiefly in ; move and mysterious sounds of the estate of W. T. $ax is
., parklike patches of dark
By A. W. MACY. ; green come from the world, which now Frank Hicks defendants Vodcreigned will
Andrew Ellicott, who established the Europe which under suitable con pines alternate with glades of offer for sale during the fecal boars of sale ,
Columbus yellow looks like a black wall. Then it the second ,
was not seeking a on Monday day! of November 1914
,first good boundary line between .,continent but a short cut. to ditions may be grown in patts of tht grass; here a cypress pond with lightens again and the big red to the highest and best bidder!! for cash the t t
, up following described '
Georgia and Florida in 1800. This United States. Among these are the property t to-wit:-
India and China. During his russett leaves and bluish moss, there moon ascends from the dark depths. The following described lai *a. situate, lying
; mound is yet to be seen, and remains second voyage he skirted the following: a white farm house surrounded by and being in Bradford ntaty, Florida:-
Fog obscures the nether world, enhancing Northwest quarter of nxrtCtcst quarter of
.. -> the boundary between the two states. coast of Cuba for several week Althea, Anise, Befladonno, Burodck, trees of various hues. the sublimity of the I section twenty-nine, tow hil'BeYEn, south of /

In 1889, the Okefinokee swamp, or in the confident belief that he Calamus, Caraway, Conium, Coriander The lakes lie like mirrors in frame the night. quienof range northeast twenty-two corner, also east! except twft one five and acres one-in ,

that part of it that lies within the was nearing "the City of C.tMy" Dandelion, Digitalis, Elecampana of moaic of more colors than Jo the half acrES in northwest cornt.

'" .isatte of Georgia,'was purchased by with For all! its golden treasure Fennel, Henbane, Horehound, Marjoram seph's coat, composed of trunks,, bewitching.The days are This charming is Florida, in nights late J. C. :JOPPELL.Special Master. rx
the more than two centuries A. T. LONG. 7
Suwanee Canal Company. 'l)1ecompany's after his 'death Sage Thyme and Valerian. leaves, berries, grass and moss. The 'autumn Ex. i 10251. Solicitor fAr Complaiianl
$ intention was to cut the navigators Seeds of many of these plants may I
: up and down the
large growth of timber in the swjnp: eastern be obtained from the large seed -.
coast of North America
and then to drain the land and use seeking a passage that would houses. Even the above-mentioned 1-$

it 'for agricultural purposes. The lead them to China. They did however, need peculiar conditions in ",

.: company began in 1891, the construc- not realize that America was, order to thrive, for drug plants vary e .

" 1 t. ,Lion of a canal from the St. Mary's a vast continent in Itself. widely in their relations to soil and / Is Well Known Fact '

:' :river; to the swamp, about six miles. Jacques Cartier, a French explorer climate. Satisfactory yields can only a

:;:,. .A'"large amount of timber was cut circumnavigated the be expected when the requirements of
ti .. from the swamp, but finding that them Gulf of St Lawrence three these plants are understood and met. j
times, following the coast line,
iwlamation of the land was a Hercu- Of course, well-established com-
searching for a passage to the
lean task, it was subsequently aban- Orient He ascended panies engaged in similar work,
the St.
That there is cheaper better fora
? doned. In recent years the holdings Lawrence river as far a* the I. and with gardeners possessing train I no or way

I:,v .of the Suwanee Canal Company have present site of Quebec, but he ing and experience, could undoubtedly

? ".IIeei'uquired by the Hebard Cypress little dreamed that nearly 3,000 meet with more success in growing I man to indicate his respectability and

;4s Company, ef Waycross, which bas mile of solid land yet lay to drug plants than the inexperienced in |

hilt a tramroad into the for west of him, and beyond that dividual. These would
3Fa swamp companies understand standing in the industrial world than by the
the >
:i the purpose of conveying the tim- greatest ocean on the globe. at the beginning many essential .
And for a hundred after I i
e ber to its mi i. years details regarding soil, climate,
Cartier died his successor continued of and efficient
1- The only inhabitants of the swamp's to search for a passageto and desirable varieties. They would, I employment bright printing

''note interior are the Lees. This the west In connection with however, have to prepare for unexpected -

I fay has lived there for thirty the Gulf of St. Lawrence. changes in market values, and I

,yeas, and is better acquainted with remember that the principal reason

M!. the Plant and animal life of the (Copyr=;ht. 1911. by Joseph B. Bowles.) certain plants have not been previously Q Bradford F.,

1 swamp than any one elsa. Two other I raised here is that under normal County TelegraphGET Si

dies who also dwell in the swamp derful phenomena.-James T. Vocelle, conditions they can be more cheaply i

t are the Mixons and the Chessers. in Savannah Morning News. grown in Europe.

;); ,:Few people in Georgia have pene- No. Six-SixtySLi How To Give Quinine To Children. T OUR PRICES AND WE WILL GET YOUR WORK r ;
'i:'" bated the I
depths the Okefinokee.
j FEBRILINE is trade-mark name given to an I
.' -.1' .sad while improved Quinine. It U a Tasteless Syrup pleasant .
and scholars are This is
a pretcriptioa prepared eipeeiallj to take and does not djs-urb the stomach. j Telephone 40 Starke, Florida!
S:;Atf |IWtTatmg ancient ruins' the Old for MALARIA or CHILLS FEVER. Children take it and never know it is Quinine. 1 t. l
'.,.. Yor1d. Five or six dose will break Also especially adapted to adults who cannot
we have cue, an4 .
.,' right at our doors, any take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor j
g. tract of if taken then u a tonic the Fever will not cause nervousness nor ringing in the head. Try 1
submerged land that
return. It acts on the liver better thai it the next time you need Quinine for any pur.
it many.strange aqd won- Calomel and doe not pose. Ask for bounce original package. The $
gripe or iiI tai 25t ,
is blown bottle. ZScenu.
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PAGE Friday
; ... EIGHT ': October! Qth_ 101_

I IMrs.

I .. Jeff, Johns, of .Starke, spent J Support Should'.-Be Given This '

,: Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. J.] Institution. L A U N D R

County News Items E. Wilson. I .; ,

Rev. Gus A. Davis, of Macclenny, >
.: The county fair to be held at Lake J } _

t rt filled his regular appointment here on Butler should be liberally supportedbyall

\ Intereatbtf Bets Gathered During- the Week by Our Sunday Miss Eula for the M. Blanchard Methodist was church.a vis- our people. There is no better way HARLIETOM Haud tau

of advertising the resources than by d"
Regular Correspondents. itor to Starke last Friday. "
county fairs. Many small interestscan
: l ,Mrs. H. H. Arnold returned to her be brought to the attention of the ;

.. home in. Tampa Wednesday, after public that is otherwise overlooked. All;Kind* of Work Done by Hand. Prices Right; -
spending two weeks at the home of T
I The new post office ,building will be State and inter-state fairs fill their -.
.r RAIFORD. Corner Thompson and Jefferson Sts ,
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wil- : Starke
,, ready in about a week to receive Un- : places, as do great international expositions ;
cle furniture.Mr. ." which attended the .
Sam: son.Mr. are by
M fi Raiford U more like a/western town Raiford and Mrs. A. A. Smith were
McDonald motored to thousand sof visitors, yet many more
r than any place we know of. The 'to Kingsley lake Sun-
visitors last
home his daughter thousands of
on Friday, bringing people never have the
stores are scattered all around the .

pot. There is a western hustle, de-I, Rhona. day.Mr.. and Mrs. W. H. Miner, of opportunity of attending them.
Mr. Moore, the genial depot agent, By selecting the best on each farm \ New Market ;
about the place. Starke, 'were the guestsof relatives
was in Jacksonville for over a week, and ouf of each home a splendid coun-
The Tribune is having a new sign here last Sunday.
having an operation performed on hisblack. ty exhibit can be collected and deVelops -
painted. I Miss Jennie Wilson, of Jacksonville,
He has returned, lookingfit the fact that have better
now we
The school is again in full swing, and Mr. Edward F. Johnson, of St. R. E. HODGES
and fatBradford things than we know of. By compar-
under"the same teachers, but a new I Louis, Mo., spent Sunday at the residence Projector
county has the best coun- ison with other sections, however, we
principal. Mr. Blair is a genial, schol- of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wilson.
4 try newspapers in the state. have to admit that our products can Ninth Street Near
ary-looking man. His teachers speak Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oenzel, of Depot
has taken one of be improved in lines.
Mr. Scarborough upon many
highly of his ability as a scholar and Charleston, S. C., were visiting rela- .
the stores in the Townsend block. It Take our live stock industries. We
} as a teacher. He will .give splendid tives here last week. .
4 will be fitted up as a hardware store find that Florida cattle are inferior,
satisfaction. Mr. H. C. business vis
Sapp was a
for the first time in three both in milk and beef
and years production ,
4 We hear that there is to be only itor to Starke Wednesday. NATIVE AND
that whole block of stores is occupied. largely the result of being infecteda
..\ five months of school this year. We Rer. Larramore preached at the

it hope'the report is false. If it is true Lake Butler is advancing. Lawtey Baptist church last Sunday. greater part of the year with the :
ticks, which suck their
vitality constantly 'MEAkFISH
A, then those who are responsible for According to the reports of the '
i bectdes
CLAY HILL causing constant outbreaks
4 such a state of affairs should never farmers of this vicinity the numberof
of tick fever which fatal
prows -
hold their job for another term. We acres of strawberry plants which
Dr. G. W. Brown was called to to mtny each year. The remedyfor
should skimp anything rather than r'
: have been put out during the past 10Mays i
t this is the vatTo kill
Mr. Padgett's Saturday to his dipping "
the education of our children. Good make the as large or
to little daughter who was suffering with acreage the ticks also by eradicating the AND OYSTERS
1 people will never settle a.place larger than any previous year. II I
;4': where their children cannot at least pneumonia, but we are glad to say ticks we can safely introduce better .

'": get eight months' education' a year. is much better at this time. SECOND C. E. BULLETIN. .blood there by improving our stock. IN SEASON
Carrie Starling returned to Another means of improvement is i J
; Cut on roads, bridges, salaries, (not (Continued From Page 1.) ,
.': teacher's, that is small enough), any her home Saturday, after a few days to vaccinate hogs against cholera, thus ,: i "

;., .> old thing, but don't take a penny from visit in Jacksonville.Mr. Christian stewardship, have made the lessening the risk of loss, which will

.' education. Noah Carter was a visitor toHugh' 10th the minimum gift for religious enable us to invest more money in Prompt Delivery Phdne 131- I II
and better stock.
;;i ; Revival meetings are going on at Sunday. work. The children in Junior Chris- more ..
Mr. W. B. Wilkinson and wife wentto Then there is the domestic side to I
the Methodist church, conducted by tian Endeavor have proven workers

Rev. C.'C. Cecil and his son, Ernest. church Sunday to Mr. John Aus- worthy of any church. exhibit and strengthen and improve

Bro. Cecil is a forceful and commandIng tin's school .house. Florida, in its white and colored by presenting for inspection by the

: speaker. He handles his subjects Rev. James Strickland filled his unions is proving that Christian public the many beautiful and useful R.E.HodesrQ I IA

: : as if he believed what he said and was regular appointment at Caleb Baptist Endeavor is what Dr. Shaw says, articles that beautify and make! at-

ti sorry for the fellows who disagreed church Sunday.Mr. "Worth While." It and near rela- tractive the home.

with him. Splendid interest is being Fred Lang and wife and two tions, the Baptist Young People's Un- There are many features not men-

I I(. manifested. The singing is. splendid little nieces, Irene and Katie, attended ion and Epworth League, deserve the tion here that encourage the county <

I ; and Ernest Cecil is. a good song leader. church Sunday. cordial co-operation and encourage- fairs and solicit the support of the .

J. Mr. Frank Colson made a business ment by ministers and other good pea county. MOTHERS' CLUB FOR A DEVELOPER.

.,t .There is one thing that would make trip to Jacksonville Saturday and returned ple. 0 L. MIZELL, BROOKER.On tj

;: f Raiford so that you would hardly on Sunday.Mrs. GRACE A. T.OWNSEND.. Demonstration Agent There are in maty communities sue-1

I know it concrete sidewalks When .. Fannie Manning visited her Interlachen, Oct. 6th. Friday, October 2, the ladies of cessful business men who 'stand !

i father and sisters, a few days this FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I like in the
I Lake Butler is wired for electricity Brooker demonstrated that Bradford stumps highways of prop :

\ why not run the wires on here. Thatis week. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. hereby announce myself a can- ress and in such ;Ja situation the UB 3

possible. Mr. Richard Lang attended church didate for the office of county treas- county is progressing all along the dertaker is an important factor in 5
'vl Owing to the high price of sugar Sunday and reported a very wet I have moved my office from the urer of Bradford county and respect- line, regardless of "wars and rumorsof development. Scarcely a day passes: <

;. some 'of r the farmers intend boiling road.Mr. building on Call street occupied by fully solicit the support of the voters.If wars" by an enthusiastic meeting, that they do not,add a new terror to I

?' the sap into sugar. Brown sugar is as George Wilkinson, of Highland, the Starke Drug Co. to the office on elected I will contribute 20 per cent held at the residence of Mrs. Dr. death by refusing' join with public :;

I gad as white, to my mind, better. visited his parents here Sunday.Mr. Thompson street recently vacated by of my commission as treasurer to the I Lamb, of Brooker, which resulted in spirited citizens in a movement for '

: I Geo. E. Wilkinson made a bus- Dr. E. T. Campbell, and will be pleased public school fund of the county.H. the organization of a progressive the upbuilding of their community or ':

a, I. .i LAKE BUTLER. ines strip to Starke Friday.GRAHAM. to meet my friends at the new lo 0. BROWN. Mothers' Club with eleven charter by their indifference snag an industrial
.... .... I I cation. Phone No. 64. members.The enterprise. | ,

J. P. TOMLINSON, M. D. READY MARKET FOR YOUR club was organized under the It takes live ren to build a community -
t, 'Nine dogs had to be killed last week -
10-9 2t. COTTON.In auspices of the 20th self cul- :
century and there. ;is no sadder sight :
owing to the advent of a strange dog '
ture association and will take the in life than few noble
Everybody is busy picking up a spirited cit: .
affected with rabies. Mr. P. M. Pad
valuable and getting corn in. There is quite a LETTER FROM B. B. LANE. order to help a little at a time self culture course for mothers, ,which izens staggering under, a load of dead
gctt is treating a dog of his
which also came in contact with it. good many strawberries being set out (Continued From Page 1:) when help is so much needed by our is an important feature of the national timber. The Undertaker is oftiraei a

this season. farmers, and to furnish a market fora association.The developer. \

I r: Prayers for peace were held at the Our school has started off nicely graduate, that every boy and every few more bales of the very heavy welfare of the children of our
Methodist church
on Sunday night. with Professor Crews principal. girl in grades five to eight should- cotton crop, we have arranged to take town will be the first consideration of
Although it rained in torrents before gIER'S
We have a pretty nice little town must keep on to the High School and cotton in payment for tuition, books the club, however. These mothers are
church time between 30 and 40
peo- now since deputy A. G. Dyal caughtall through it. When I coma to Starke and board in our busines scollege.If keenly alive to the fact that the future ,
> ple assembled. Prayers were offered
the blind tigers. during the Christmas holidays-and I you have a son or a daughterthat of the child depends largely upon -
Mr. Rivers
Mrs. H.
i and by the pastor. The, delivered Logan I F We were sorry to lose Mr. Dyal] hope now I shall be able to do-I hope you want to put in the best busi- the early influences and environmentwith Stationery ind' novelties>> Crane'i

t a short address on "The pastor Wickedness from this place, but he is doing goodin every boy I see will tell me he intends ness college in Florida this fall, and which it is surrounded.The high grade bo? paper, pound,paper,

,0 f War" Starke. to do this and mean exactly you haven't the money, write us at following officers were elect- correspondence: envelop and

r, that Mr. caught what he says.I once for our cotton offer. Highest ed:
Miss Pearl Graham of We heard Dyal letter sealing ;vanes.
teachers one our three big old blind tigers in Starke enjoy reading the Telegraph ev- prices. Mrs. J. S. Forsyth, President. School sdpplies! full line ink and
was taken ill with acute
rheumatism. She compelled to lately. He has got tile blue ribbonon ery week, and I hope I shall, along Address E. P. Blanton, Principal of Mrs. L. L Lamb, Vice-President pencil tablets,! led slate, indelible,

,. : was re- with other news-of progress, read thata Commercial Department Mrs. P. M. Barefoot, Secretary.Mrs. .
the job. pencils inks pins
: turn to her home in Jasper. Her place ,thinking caps, pea-
strong, live school spirit has taken FLORIDA NORMAL INSTITUTE A. A. Hazen
-' is taken temporarily by Mrs. Over- Mr. Sol Dukes happened to a pain- Treasurer. cil boxes and sharpeners, compass and

i, street ful accident last Saturday by shoot- the town and is making it over. Madison, Florida. Officers were elected to serve until dividers and blackboard erasers.

ing himself.Mr. Yours very sincerely, May, 1915..Regular. Toilet artier hair nail tooth and
Rev. H. < ,
,,. Logan is spending this '
the east meetings will be held
,r 1 week in Raiford, where evangelistic J. C. Barry bought clothes brushe mirrors, shaving -
Woodard's Pensacola, Florida. the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each brines
half of Mr. S. B. place soaps and aluminum and
meetings conducted ;
; are being by Rev.
I near Graham. October 5, 1914. Believing that all government part- month. The next meeting will be celluloid boxes.
C. C. Cecil soap
cussed nership with the drink traffic is wrongin held at the residence of Mrs. J. S.
The hard times are being Bicycle supplies tires, lamps, pedals
Another meeting of the Business
1 BOARD OF TRADE MEETS.The principle and pernicious in prac- Forsyth, on Wednesday October 14
Men's League was held on Monday and discussed by a good many. tce, churches and temperance organ- at 3P.M. bells, wheels, 'te.

evening at council chambers. Bicycle repairing; a specialty.
Starke Board of Trade held a izations are protesting against any We predict much good to result .
,I Lake Butler needs more hotel ac- NEW RIVER.Miss Flashlight batteries and bulbs, automobile
very enthusiastic meeting at the increase in the federal tax on liquor from this organization and trust that sparf. .and
plugs .carbide
I comodations. This is of the burn- ,
one .
; .
left court house Tuesday evening. Many for the purpose of meeting the exi- the citizens of Brooker in general will .
Marie on Saturdaylast headlight bulb*
ing questions. Already men of influence
matters of discussed. gency forced upon us by the Euro- show their
; for Providence where she will importance were appreciation by a hearty
are talking this
I over. Committees were appointed to pean war. On September 5 the fol- cooperatiolwith these worthy mothers
Mr. Blake has a book of teach school. We are all sorry to see -
specifications communicate with Supt. Purvis of the lowing telegram was sent by the Na- in their efforts for better condi- HARDAR1 f fo
her but hope for her much success !
a who, is desirous go
company work. State Prison Farm and the managerof tional W. C. T. U. to Chairman Un- tions.
in her
of installing both electric lights
-i. the derwood of the Ways and Means com-
Dowling-Shands :
and waterworks. The charges were Mr. W. T. Turner was a visitor to
Farm to learn when it would be con- .
the little town of Raifordone
very reasonable, 15 cents .kilowatt hustling
per "On behalf of the 300,000 membersof
venient for them to receive delega-
r'. hour for electric current, and $1.00 day of last week. a
J tion from the Starke board of trade the Woman's Christian Temperance point to be emphasized .in urg- JJu Trade:
_: Clyde Parker, of this place, who is
a month for'a one faucet service in
.i i
j { water. There were who signed attending the public school at Lake for a conference in regard to future Union of the United States, we ing Senators and Representatives in Tinware/Stoves: ,

many business relations. The respectfully urge that the emergency Congress to support the Sheppard-
secretary was
for the service.: About all th estores, Butler, spent the week-end with his RangesSash; Doors
:1.v instructed to extend an invitation to internal revenue tax shall be so levied Hobson resolution is the fact that in ,

the Methodist parsonage and church parents. that we, as patriotic citizens, so doing they- not the Blinds Oils Putty
and homes. Miss Lois Kelley, of this place, has the Lawtey: board of trade to meet may are invading Painty ,
many with the Starke board of trade at help bear this national burden. And rights of individual states, nor foist-
: Mr. Stanton, of Kissimmee, hast gone to Lake Lochloosa, where she Farming implements as follows
for other cogent reasons we earnestly ing the
I their earliest convenience to discuss upon people willy-nilly nationwide -
school Lois will
will begin teaching
purchased the ice plant. This
1 gentleman matters of mutual interest. protest against raising any part of prohibition of the traffic of Plows,
finding that Mrs. Logan be missed by everybody here. '
was this emergency revenue from a tax intoxicating lquors but that *
The meeting night was changed they are
Disc Harrows
from Lake Butler introduced himself Messrs. R. J. Turner and R. A. An- ,
on alcoholic liquors. merely submitting the to the
from other Tuesday night to question
to her and drews were pleasant visitors to the every
s.t asked much about Lake Stalk Cutters Spring
every second and fourth Thursday "Anna A. Gordon, Acting President states themselves. Voting citizens of ,

Butler. Mrs. Logan gave him a good county seat Monday. night in each month. The next meet- Nati.nal W. C. T. U. the United Sattes will, through their Tooth Peg Tooth and .Shovel
account of the place, enlarging on the Sunday school is being held at Long ,
afternoon Everybody ing will be held at the court house on "Frances P. Parks, Corresponding representatives in the forty-eight of
future Bridge Sunday Machines
prospects of an ice industry. every Cultivators Moving
is cordially invited Thursday night, October 22. Secretary. our state legislatures, decide whether ,

"Margaret Dye Ellis, Superintendent they want or do not want such an Corn and Fertiliser DistributorsHay
CoL Floyd Green was a visitor to.
J" OETTINGJVTORAFTFr Worthington Springs on Sunday last. Speaking of sand oil roads, whose Department of Legislation." amendment to the federal constitu- Rakes, Hav Presses, Hay

iY'a Miss Allie Moore, of this place, is praises have been sung and merits NEW tion as this bill proposes. "Congresscan
GOVERNMENT.At wash its hands of the whole Ties Wagons Gas Engines
ilCKNES! !visiting relatives in Starke for a few urged on the strength of that bit of liquor ,

5 road in front of the hotel in Eustis, question by letting the people settleit Pumps Irrigating Plants
days. the the meeting of the city council ," Mr. Hobson. ,
Nothing hat everequaled County Times comes says Thirty-six of
Rev. W. M. Malphurs will fill his Traction
Tuesday night the officers chosen in {
along with some newly discovered testimony the states must ratify the amendment
t or comparedwith regular appointment at New River on
the and which may have a bearing on September election were qualified. before it can become a law. It shouldbe Grist Mills
medicinal faitinSootfa&oulshato next Saturday Sunday. Mr. C. F. Hoover was inducted into
the issue. That paper says: We have made clear in this submission cam- Wiring
M J. and J. E. Ad-
Messrs. Sapp Plumbing Electric
; the office of
o t it from a party who travels over the mayor and the councilwas paign that the mode of procedure by ,

t arrest the decBne invigorate kins were business visitors to Starke Eustis road every day, that the sand re-organized with E. S. Matthewsas which amendments are added to the Building and General Con

4 the blood strengthen the Monday. oil road has to be chairman. The members of the United States Constitution
continually covered sufficiently Automobile
Mr. R. Johns, of Starke, spent last council tracting -
nervouasyatemaidtheappeatite ESv- with a coating of sand to keep it from new are E. S. Matthews, N. guards "states' rights" and "popular
relatives aNew
and restore the courage Sunday visiting > picking up and sticking to the cart D. Wainright, S. A. Bryan, J. W. Andrews sovereignty." It is a "square deal"- Tires and Tubes.

of better health. ere wheels. If this is true, and we haveno Jr., J. C. Wills' and J. W. this giving the question into the handsof Lumber -J Shingles
Andrews B. Johns
Messrs. Tom, F.
: White. Messrs. Wills
Scott's Em.bba h to doubt and White are the
F for
reasons authority people.
our -
besttb.bs"14. and Irwin Renfrcc met the school at the
pare the new members of the board and
above statement it
1; tag food, withoat Starke on Monday. visable would ad- Messrs. Matthews, Wainright, Bryan Piles Cared In 6 to 14 Days '
to put down several miles of DeWitt Jones
alcohol or opiate and Andrews the }oar druggist win refund money if PAZO
r are holdoVQrs. The
; Only One "BROMO QUININE"To this kind of road, only to find an elephant OINTMENT fills to cure any cue of Itching. ,
l; TRYIT meeting night was changed from the .Blird.Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 dart
ret the renulme.Mil for fall fume LAZATIVK on your hands? iv,.,-. *....i.ittiitvtt .
kin !:BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of first Monday in each month to the Ease an4 Rest. Me:
aiv r M-tt E.W.GROVE. Carets Cold U One Day. Stop
I j cough and headache and work .fl cold. 2S& Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year.. first Tuesday. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Starke, Floridai
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