Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: October 16, 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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oclc - 33886096
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Council Reorganized And New The board of county commissionersmet I4J-;! Mr. J- H. Powell died Thursday I Prof. A. D. Kean Writes of The<
at the court house Wednesday, 1 ,,i morning at the home of Mi. Everett ()
I Committees WereAppointed. October 14, 1914, at 10 o'clock A. M., iI Miner of blood poison after an ill- .I Conditions 'rlf. The
and was called to order by ChairmanC.
ness of several -
weeks. His brother, r
;< A. Roberts, with all memrebs pres- Mr. R. S. Powell, of Pablo Beach, / Local School. .
to-wit W. S. Croft A. B. Sur- r
ent, : -
I was present at the time of his death. -rf ,
: 'The council.met in regular session rency, S. T. Dowling, and W. A. &: The interment will take %
place Thurs"day The Bradford County
High School
:October 5, 1914, with all members sent ::6:( -- afternoon at Crosby cemetery, -
present ''This being the day fixed by law to Rev. B- T. Rape conducting the ser has now been in session two, weeks.

%-. L Letter of acceptance from Lake revise the registration books of said vices. The,novelty of tlw new building, the

Telephone Company received county After completing the revis- Mr. drinking founts the
.Butler Powell was in the 71st year of lavatories, the
: attached to ordinance ion, filed list of names stricken and room phones
and ordered !, his age and was a cabinet maker by the electric gong, and
:granting franchise. The clerk was transferred to the publisher as required trade. He was born and reared at other fixtures has about worn off. And 5

instructed'to record a copy of same by law. Catawba, N. C. He came to Florida with parental control at home assist-

in the minutes of the town of Starke.J. Any person whose name has been 32 years ago and located at Palatka. ing the discipline of' -the school by r

W. Alvarez and J. R. Dover were improperly stricken from the list can He has been a resident of Starke for having the children prepare at least .

:; :present and made a proposition to have the same restored by making application about 25 years. Mr. Powell was twice two lessons in the afternoon and even

settle the opening Clarke street by to the supervisor of regis- married, but separated from both of ing we will have one. of the most

arbitration. Action deferred to tues- tration., his wives, who still survive him. He prosperous years that the school has '

.day night, October 6. Further business was presentedand is also survived by three.sisters, Mrs. ever experienced. That no school can

The clerk was instructed to notify disposed of as follows: PRELIMINARY REPORT OF AUDITOR Susan Blair, Lenoir, N. C., Mrs. Eva succeed without the co-operation of

Southern Bell Telephone Company to Tax assessor presented tax books Little, Catawba, N. C., and Mrs. Fan- the home is such a truism and stere-

remove pole No, to edge of side- for inspection. After examinationand nie Yount, Newton, N. C., ',and six otyped expression that it needs no

walk. signing attached blanks were or- WHO AUDITED TREASURER'S BOOKS brothers, Messrs. A. V. Powell, Los exemplification. The principal of the,

; Motion carried allowing the Civic dered distributed 3$ the law directs. Angeles, Cal., H. F- Powell, Ashley, school earnestly! reque.it parents to

7 .pub.I to hold meetings in the council Upon motion and seconded it was N. C., P. S.,Powell, Charlotte, N. C., see that their children put in two to _
f.* roonu '! *. ordered that B. M. Dowling proceed t Tallahassee, Oct. 12, 1914.; face appeared to be drawn to meet R. S. Powell, Pablo Beach, Fla., C. F. three hours study at I <)me. In the old

; Motion by Mr. Livingston and secI at once to collect all licenses due on Hon. Park Trammell, Governor, j purely obligations of his own. T estate Powell, Swan, Texas, and E. L. Powell system when the school bell rang for

ended by Mr. .Andrews -reject all professional occupations and automo- Executive Offices, Capitol. attorney has this phase of the Ft- Myers, Fla.DON'T opening exercises at Feven in the

bids for city jail and refer matterto biles and report same as early as pos Dear Sir: n case in hand for presentation to the morning and the- seh.wac-: dismissed _
new council. Motion carried. sible. Pursuant to your instruction I wentto grand jury. |I GRUMBLE. between five and si in the afternoon s

Bill of Quigley Lumber and Supply Bond of J. B. Sapp, deputy sheriff, Starke, Fla., and on October 5 began It \Is my plan, subject to your approval the pupil was expected to do i

Company referred to chairman of the approved., an investigation of the records to visit the county again within Don't grumble. The most unfortu- most of his studying at school; but

street committee for investigation. Clerk instructed to order for county and accounts of the former treasurer the next few weeks tolclose up the nate class of people living upon this under modern method the school
collections for convicts 2 dozen pair of striped pants earth building is a recitati+ and lecture '
i i Collector reported of Bradford county, F. N: An- accounts of the former Treasurer, as green are the grumblers. They
September, $295.59.rfreasurer and 2 dozen striped shirts.H. drews, recently removed from office the outstanding checks of the former rob home cf its joys, society of its room, and the actual studying of les-

reported cash on hand, 0. Brown petition consisting of .by executive order.I treasurer by that time should all be dues and themselves of the best of sons is supposed to be done at home.
:, follows 35 names asking that his name be life. From the the children The schedule dford County
,u : am submitting this preliminary in, and I shall then submit a supple- days of beer
General fund. I2SI.20 placed upon the official ballot for the mental Israel "grumbled" and were sent on High School has so arrangedthat
showing the
report exact
Hoed ud Bridge _, -_. 1133.87BMting report to show progress made on the
Interat -1085.00 office of county treasurer. It was or- investigation. It will be shortage of former county treasurerF their tedious wanderings "for forty every pupil in th<| High School ;
: fund 85.28 dered by the Board. in the wilderness has at least two study periods a day
Water works and 19.64 later by a complete report. A N. Andrews, in his accounts with years up to the
Bills ordered paid as follows: Board adjourned until .the first tial audit of the other county offices par-) Bradford county. present hour the world has been full of 45 minutes each, w&le the pupil
GENUAL FUND. "VK. Monday in November, 1914- of of the grammar grade. have four to
8. IbtUtewt,,mem council .. 3.00 ..... was made which will be completedand Respectfully submitted,
W. T.' WEEKS Clerk. study periods of 15lto 30 minutes
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!.Lw. Andrew do do !i.OO.oo .,. reported on at the time final report -II R. A. GRAY, I 1- DON'T TATTLE. I each. t I' ,
. -tt C aao_ __ 1.00 --- is made _on ,the treasurer's' aseoants. Assistant State Auditor. I
K D. Waindgk t do ... too "' -fr Starke has a peculia- local condition
._ }&a.. n ems. taUry -U -- -50 HELP, DON'T HINDER. ./ :> .;'j-i ifr: ,' that makes the running of _
,:T P. Shatter, inspector In the records of the
I. checking
A. H. John, do,.... -.-:._", 2.00 I I is sometimes disposed to speak eight months consecutive term very
't. N. Kendriek. do .--T_...---' 2.00 I Don't be a kkki Lend a helping treasurer several days were consumedon person difficult. I refer to the strawberrycrop.
Silai Kite salary and reM 62.011U The death of Mr. D. S. Wheeler evil of others; and tattling is a sin
fe. 52.00 hand to fcnUfprise having for account of the errors made in the
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BuBMd. enroll-
Warp v> every With an approximate
,K. E Cutvoa, fees .-.. ....i 14.00C. I occurred at his home here on Mondayat from which very few can claim to be .
months '
.'A..retch tlefk fee ... ,- J4.3S its object this progress of your com- past few in his acocunts- Ap- entirely But the object of ment last year of 425 t'ere were only -
H. AUn, iptelal officer. T.OO munity Say,a word for every man parently the business of the office had 9:10 o'clock from a complication of about 275 pupils whc" made a
B; dford Coaaa Telegraph printing_ ISO diseases.Mr. this article is to call attention to that pretense
,.I. L Warren __ 176J. who manifests public spirit. Don't been condrcted very loosely in the re- of coming the full term. of eight
11IDnBBIDC& distinct class of tattlers who make
Wheeler to
ROAD came Starke several
L. War, atreet work .-----_-_ j" growl where you ought to lend encouragement cent past. After working up the bal- tale-bearing the constant business of months. Over 100 children 'stopped
W. Edwarda hauling -_ 880 If you can't help, don't ances in the various fends: I called on months ago frrsm New Hampshire for at the end of six months, and about
their lives. have but
10 A. I. Moitt. laW work M.20 the benefit of his health and purchased Fortunately we I
"g J. 8. Mercer, stud wwk -' 4.95 hinder. Some men who have very lit- every bank in the county for a reportof 75 stopped before the eel of the tern.We .
' few such in this but
D. C. JoMa labor and auppliea' tl.21 the A. L. von Kim cottage, wherehe community, no
tle to do great deal county funds on deposit'with hate
put. a
money up any to the of the sec
Florida Metal Product Co. culvert 28.03 up end
free from
; lived death. community is entirely them.
until__ his_ ____ l
Tax collector presented his books of good to their community by wordsof them. Three banks reported balances n n ond week enrolled in the entire school

' : for;.approval by counciL .Said books kindness and good cheer concern- to the credit of the former treas- Mr. Wheeler's two daughters, who EVERYBODY- BOOST.No 337 pupils, 33 in, the High School, k
live at Devil's Lake North Dakota
: referred to Mr.: W ii right for investigation ing public-sepirited men and move- urer. Their statements were as follows 143 in the four grammar grades and .

to report Tuesday night, Oct. ments. Some men who'have money : were promptly notified of his death 161 in the first three elementary
! I town in this state in other -
and of them or
one is now on her any
u 6,1914. are a handicap upon progress and Bradford County Bank way grades. In the grading of the pupilsthe
, Council Vook a recess to Tuesday, prosperity thru the exercise of a disposition (Lawtey S. S. D. ac_____$ 6,553.02 here to be present at the funeral. place for that matter, can expectto teachers have tried fto be governed '
thrive and without the
fetobe *. to cast reproach upon their Bradford County Bank, Mr. Wheeler was probably 70 years prosper con- by the best interest of the pupils. .
centrated effort of its citizens and the #
and account _______ 2,314.70 of age and has been more or less an
C. A. FUTCH: Clerk. neighbors generally, heaping There were about 70 piwils who failed
criticism upon the endeavors of pub- Bank of Starke (Starke invalid for several years. He is sur- judicious expenditure of money. The to make their rising averages 'on .
towns in state that
1 i The council met in adjourned session "- lic-spirited men. 'If you don't feel Bond S. S. D. ac) ______ 33.64 vived by the two daughters referredto our today are the examinations last spring ,a number -
,:- October 6, 1914. like pushing things, give the town a Lake Butler Bank (RaifordS. above and three sons, who live respectively -I prosperous are the ones that donated of them had been in the same

R+ Present were E. S. Matthews, chair. chance by keeping off the backs of S. D- ac) ____________ 7,690.46Lake in Minnesota, Oregon and labor.liberally Thus to enterprises it is said which and employ always grade for two. years ad some even

; 'nan; J. W. Andrews, Jr., S. A. Bryan, men who work for general progress Butler Bank, check Washington.BE will be that the liberal and broad three years. Under thjse conditions

". N.. D. Wainright. and prosperity. Again we'say, if youcan't ing account ____________ 305.08 PUBLIC SPIRITED. gauged town will thrive while the when the pupil knew tide least thing

e The tax books for 1914 were approved I help, don't hinder. fisted for about his work we admitted! him to a
tight struggling
,,' by the council Total __________________$16,896.90This ones are higher grade in the grammar school
Let us cultivate a public spirit and the necessities of life.
':1 The clerk was instructed to draw I CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA- total was nearly seven hun- talk less and work more. Encourageour I department, but in the| High Schoolit
of :t A. Weeks for dred dollars short of what the ledger
..Jl scrip in favor TION. local authorities in making im EDUCATETHE BOY. is just simply a pupi;'s misfortunethat
o -. four-fifths of commission for assessment balances showed should be on hand, he had been compellel to stop
provements. Speak speak well,
'\ up -
,. and this shortage would be increasedby school before the end of the term and
'I. A civil service examination will be talk encouragingly of our town and Educate boy. You think :
,) Upon motion the old council ad- the payment of any outstanding your may failed on the examinations. Our certificate .
', journed. Sine die. held at Gainesville, Jacksonville, Key checks of the county treasurer. The its bright prospects. money spent in this way is money of graduation mist mean four
; West, Miami, Pensacola and Tampaon spent in vain. There is nothing in him,
-: The new officers were sworn in as banks had been instructed at the time PLANTCHICKENS. years of High School work and an
November 4, 1914. From the list he has no pride and no aspirations.
follows: of the treasurer's"removal not to pay average of 75 on their recitations and
of eligibles resulting from this exami- You don't know. Besides, there
... Mayor, C. F. Hoover. any further checks drawn by him out Chickens are a nice thing to have may examinations. It must net becomea
E. S. Matthews J. W. nation certification will be made to of the funds. This be an unkindled spark, an unfanned
Aldermen '
county was a very about. They look nice. They are usefuL kind of Villa money not worth five 3
fill vacancies in the position of field flame, a smouldering fire, a latent en-
tWhite. J. C. Wills. necessary precaution taken by you The roosters wake us up in the cents on the dollar. ThY normal boyor
Clerk C. A. Futch. gent (male) at $1,600 a year. Governor. In the number of ergy, which the teacher's rod may
,, as morning and tell us when there is girl of 14 or 15 year;: of age who
The duties of the position will stir, the association, which the books
Treasurer A. S. Crews. con- checks still and
outstanding unpaidare to be a change in the weather, while knows how to read and write and who ;
sist of the collection and reporting of and men arouse, develop and direct -
Tax Assessor R A. Weeks. issued for and
some proper legal the hens lay nice eggs and hatch knows the four elementary.processes
Silas Kite.Tie information regarding,acreages, con- and thus start a boy going, with '
Marshal and Collector but how
+' county warrants, just many broods of downy chicks that develop of arithmetic can keep up with the
council organised by electing ditions and yields of various crops and the amount of them could not be such energy and determination thatno
new into spring fries, and when the old sixth or seventh grade Iven if they
t ? E.. S Matthews Chairman. and data regarding farm animals. ascertained at once as the former hens become veterans because they power on earth could stop him have not received theij' promotion r,

' t Ed Burned was duly elected night Persons desiring this examination treasurer had kept no stub book for have been pets or escaped getting short of the topmost round in the cards to those grades; bait of course '

'.narshal by the council after which heM should apply at once to the United the past month or two and there was their heads: knocked off for getting ladder of fame. it will take study and hard work.

ii'' sworn in by the mayor. States Civil Service Commission, at no other available data which would into other people's gardens, they are The faeulty of the'High.School will
'Motion carried that the council Washington, D. C., for form 1312, COUNTY COURT.
+ pro- show this. To take care of this sit- shipped to Chicago and served in the make any reasonable concession to
;\: = teed'with the opening of Clarke and stating. the title of the examinationfor uation I requested the press to give restaurants as "springers." our great local industry, the straw-

continuation of Sanderson street to which the form is desired. notice to the public advising all who The following cases were disposedof berry pickers, when it becomes abso-

*Internet with Temple Ave. It was Congressman Frank Clark suggests hold unpaid checks of the former TEACH CHILDREN TO SAVE.It in county court this week: lutely necessary. But ife: listenedto

lined that the matter be-settled by that persons who live in this immed- county treasurer to bring or send Lucius Powell, selling liquor, guil- all of the insistent demands of

fttWtrauon and Mr. J. W. Andrews, iate district should take the exami- them in to the clerk of the circuit is well to begin with your chil- ty, $50 and costs or 4 months on the parents for unreasonabb.promotions ;'

') I :Jr, was selected to act for the town. nation at Gainesville, and expressesnis court of the county for identification.I dren and teach them the value of public roads. Davis couldn't pay and it would amount to surrender of our

%e. clerk wi t instructed to notify willingness to assist all who pass then instructed the Bradford County money. Don't let him ling their pen- accepted the alternative. new aid commodious school l buildingfor

A; ..:.- oaeerned of,>the 'action of the in any way he can. Bank to set aside as a reserve fund nies away for trifles, but teach themto Sampson Richardson, colored, wife an ungraded rural school of fiveor

wwucu.If $896.90 of the county funds on deposit save untnl they have enough to desertion, guilty, held to circuit court six months term. A pupil cannotdo

'3.3 W, L; Wall was elected fire chief Butler Roberts, $80.00 per month. with them out of which to pay buy something of value. This habit under $300 bond. eight grade work untI he has

If\ \ th year.t Motion by Mr. Bryan seconded by these checks when presented with once established, will be invaluable in Curtiss Wade, colored, carrying completed seventh grade :wiork, nor

Attorney D. E.. Knight was elected Mr. Wills that Mr. Mott be retainedat proper identification to show it had later life. concealed weapons, guilty, $100 and seventh grade work until ithe sixth

'il 4 : tty attorney for the year. $3.20 per day for the year Motion been issued to pay a proper and legal costs or 4 months in the gang. grade has been completed,'

: .t. ,_ Di.-A. H. Freeman was re-elected carried. warrant. I attach herewith a STAY IN SCHOOL. Hardee Nelson, colored, assault I hope that this article :will be a I

J t J e fty health officer for the year. Street committee was appointed by 'copy of my letter to the bank.I with intent to murder: guilty, held to general answer to all parents! who t.

'J1 ,W; L Wall was elected a member the chairman as follows: have instructed the banks to pass We regret to see a disposition on circuit court under bond of $300. have been very insistent nat their

!.: t;red the board of bond trustees for a J. W. Andrews, Jr., Chairman. remaining balances of, the county the part of a few of our young.people Two white men were also tried and I children be put into grades for which

1 Pur of three years. J. W. White.J. funds on deposit with thorn to the to quit school. Stay at school an- found guilty of selling the stuff called they were not prepared.A. .

+ .''Yi Bids for the sanitary work for the I C. Wills. credit of the new county treasurer, other year or two, and don't be moonshine. D. KE AN. .

.',1l-....k +.ymr, .jrer, received' 'as follows: I The matter of a new city jail was i Hon. G. W. Hazen. See copies of let- ashamed of what ought to be your Principal Bradford CocntJ High
1- '1'" s.:Joseph W. Brown, $3 per day. referred to street committee. ters also herewith attached. glory, that you want to learn more. Efficiency is the crying need of the School. *

:: r'. 'Mercer, $3 per day. Council adjourned to next rcgulai The former treasurer had drawn Step from the district school to the day. Alcohol must go because it is fr
f.1r, F. Mott School from the High Schoolto the enemy of efficiency.-Lewis Ed- Born to Mr. and Mrs. George An-
';:? $3.20 per day. meeting night. checks on the county funds signed by High ,
M. Moody $75.00 month. C. A.. FUTCH their college if can. win Theiss, in The Outlook. dreu, Thursday; October 15,.:a boy.
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I 3 Ri Y l t WIFE
i I A startling statement bdt a true one in this case.

awe One teaspoonful of medicine and two pounds oftrite for j trbI
your own ground feed (cost about cent" equal, Dee CIIbI.
After FOOT Yean of Discouraging -in what they do for your animals and fowls-two oI UL HS >; s
pounds of aay read -made stock or poultry tonic aIs.J te6 o Hr32pue.ah- ,.-
Conditions, Mn;Bullock GAYS (price 25 cents). There you are If book.luIIi M4! a--; lttl. .
J Up in Despair. Hatband believe it, try U out I Buy today, a can ofdon't Beef Stock J4edIdIe ,',.

L Came to Rescue. HOCK & POULTRY i Company. .

Bee Dee MEDICINE Gottanocn,Tea, ."

Catron, Ky.-In aa interesting letter 25c:, see sad ,
ii $1 ::
-,, Der tan;
Chip fret fa* t. it raift-inbchf.
S tram this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock At your da1cI"L !f.'P -

t writes as follows: "I suffered for four :. ;1

years, with womanly troubles,and during '
this time, I could only sit up for a little ":

\, I __ while, and could not walk anywhere al Acute Indigestion."I I ,:::: -

., all. At times, I woald have severe painsIn was annoyed for over a year by j

Y [ my left side. attacks of acute indigestion followedby j jWe

The doctor was called in, and his treatment ,constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.J|J SEEDS

'I relieved me for a while, but I was Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything -j I I

:, soon confined to my bed again. After that was recommended to can fill. our order immediately '

; lhat, nothing seemed to do me any good. me for this complaint but nothing did j f or new crop

I yY r : '.'F Y ; I had gotten so weak I could not stand. me much good until about 4 months of all variet!esof_ I

), and I gave up in despair. ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised i :

I At last, my husband got me a bottle of and procured a bottle of the BERMUDA ; ONION SEED '

.. u Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com- tablets at my druggist. I soon real I ONION SETS TURNIP SEED .:

menced taking it. From the very first ized that I had the I
gotten right thing
Association. CABBAGE SEED
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dose, I could tell it was helping me. I for they helped me at once. Since

can now walk two miles without its taking two bottles of them I can eat I RYE ETC I ,

\ II111111111111111111111111 tiring me, and am doing my work." without "
heartily bad effects.
any I Complete stock of
$150,000,000.00 COTTON troubles If you,are don't all give run down up in from despair.womanly Try Sold by all dealers.REMARKABLE. i field seeds, poultry garden feed, and and I'

SANITATION EDUCATION. Cardui,the woman's tonic. It has helped I supplies, incubators, etc.,'
more thr.n a million: women, in its 50
t t years of wonderful success and should PROPHECY. WRITE FOR OUR FALL CAT.

LOAN PLANNED sold Cardui for years. He knows whatit .
: In no respect do, the people of Florida will do. Ask him. He will recom- On March I, 1871, the National As- I .

I need practical education more mend it. Begin taking Cardui today. sembly of France convened at Bor- ,

: than in the value and importance of Wrilt to: Chattanooga Medlcint Co. ladlei' deaux to ratify the preliminary ar- OLDEST ESTiBUSHED AND Ui&

Plan Nine Southern "Adyisory.Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.- for Specialbutractwna ticles of peace concluded with Ger- EST SEED HOUSE IN FlOilDlLAJarjioSeedCo
i Approved by health and sanitation. on yoUr case and 64-page book Home
treatment far Woe es."cut Ja plain wrapper. Efco-B many. On that occasion Victor Hugo,
. The problems that Florida has to after charging Napoleon III with the I

H I 'Bankers. meet are those thai; are common to all French .contrasted the fntnrps I
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I' the south, with: the added complica- GENERAL ORDER NO. THREE E of the contending nations. As a result ,,

I : tions that her ports are important of her victory, Germany he de- Nc. 206 last Bay St.,
'I ; A plan evolved by Festus J. Wade of $150,000,000, was today submittedto clared would be sternly ruled by a

f. : of St. Louis, which contemplates raising the undersigned, and, after careful gateways into the United States for Jacksonville, Oct. 1, 1914. Caesar of "divine right," whose, II Jacksonville FloridaCOEFIN'S
scep = I
! {! V a cotton loan fund of $150,000,000 consideration of the subject, the following the commerce of the West Indies and To the Florida Division United Con- tre would be the sabre, enchaining .
South American countries. On- federate Veterans.The .
t I from the country at large to be advanced resolution unanimously pass- many thought, muzzling the press and stif-
ly those who know the accomplishments near approach of our Twenty
on bales of cotton, was for- ed:: ling the national conscience, while
,j f mally approved yesterday by nine "It was moved by Mr. E. D. Rob- of the past twenty-five years, Fourth Annual Reunion to be held a't conquered France would overcome ;; CASKETS.
can realize what has been done by Lakeland, Fla., October 28, 29 and 30 And "Full Line of
leading southern bankers in a tele- ertson, of Columbia, S. C., and sec- her misery under the guidance of the
gram sent to Secretary of the Treas- onded by Mr. D. N. Fink, of Muskogee Florida's Health Board in the practical should stimulate us to a complete sovereign people with free speech, UndertakerSupplies.! :

ury McAdoo last night. They had Ok., that the plan outlined by solution of' some of these prob- preparation. Your division commander free conscience and human rights. Always on haad. The beet ser- ::
lems. the relations this the .,
But between
anticipates pleasure of meet
: Mr. Festus J. Wade in '
been asked by the Secretary to come general essence Amid the wildest enthusiasm he concluded rice at the lowest pricei. Special .
to St Louis and report upon the plan. be adopted and the details be and other yuntries in health mattersare ing personally as many of his'stafl[ his remarkable prophecy: attention to Telegraph Orden. i
all- worked out later. It is believed the better understood than they were as can possibly attend. This pleasanl
This action,was taken after an "Oh! The clock will strike-and I
day conference at the Mercantile south will subscribe its proportion as a quarter century ago, and their con- anticipation is extended to every cam p we shall hear the sound-for this Registered t> Embalmer
trol has been practical and in the organization and the failure o1 f prodigious -
| Trust Company.The suggested and outlined." I put on a revenge. Thus will begin the -i
which submitted to The is signed the following not a theoretical basis. any camp to be represented will be a
plan was message by tomorrow when France shall have but Dewnric.
f Florida's great health problem at great disappointment to com ; JONES i iII
Secretary McAdoo last week by Mr. men, who participated in the one thought alone to collect herself
present is the elevation to higher effi- mander. ; Succour to G..C. Livingston fit Co.
; Wade and George W. Simmons, treas- conference: to rest from the terrible gloom of de
of the P. M. lta ciency of the methods of sanitation, Every camp that has paid its due s Starkie:
urer Buy-a-Bale Committee of Harding, president pression, to reassemble her forces, to II' Fla. I I
of the prevention of disease, of avoid- is entitled to one delegate for ever]
St. Louis does Trust and
involve Vicksburg
not the .purchase Banking Company, educate her children, to rear with sac- I
ing diseases that are clearly prevent- : 20 members and for each additionaiJfraction. ]
of any cotton. The movementis Miss; R. H. Stewart, president red passion those little ones who shall
to create a vast fund available for City National.Bank, Dallas Texas; T. able, and in order to accomplish these I of 20. However, every camp become great, to form citizens to +++++ I UN Mill 1111 ++*+*
results, to educate the people to the I whose dues are paid is entitled to two ; *
0. t
loans upon cotton at not more than 6 Vinfcon president Bank of Commerce create an which shall be the f ffj

cents per pound, middling basis. and Trust Company, Memphis, importance of careful and sanitary delegates. For example: a camp having people, to call army science to the aid of SEABOARD TIME|: TABLE. I'T

This would ofk Tenn. D. N. Fink Commercial living.Of paid on 41 members is entitled to : .
1 mean an average ; president war, to study the strategy of the -- Tt
k bale and the National Bank Ok. B. immense educational value to 3 delegates and three alternates, anda The schedule is +
I $30 per fund as contem- Muskogee ; Prussians as Rome studied the strat- following
would suffice finance D. Harris Southern Florida will be the annual gatheringof camp with less than 40 is entitled t in effect" tt
plated to 5,000- vice-president of the Carthaginians to now ::
egy ; fortify
the American Public Health As- to two.
t { 000 bales, or a comfortable margin Texas Commercial National Bank, herself, to consolidate and No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa +
\ above the estimated Houston Texas E. sociation, which is to be held at Jack- To those camps who have not yet, regenerate f due at ft
V surplus cotton. ; W. Robertson, herself, to become again the France of Starke: 11:02 A. M.
sonville the first week of De- paid their dues sent in list of of
during or a
Will Start at Once. president of National Loan and Exchange '92, the France of an idea, the France No. 1, Jacksonville to Tampa tt
I i Steps will be taken instantly to Bank, Columbia, S. C.; J. H. cember. This convention is to be the ficers and comradeS-your commander of her promise. dae at Starke 11:14 P. M. ft

, r; t pot the idea into execution, since the Fulton, president Commercial National first of this association to be held in begs you to attend to these necessary "Then one day, she will suddenly I No. 15, Jacksonville to Cedar '+

r crisis in the cotton market will be Bank, New Orleans, La.; C. G. the far south in the United States, details at once-elect your delegatesand rouse herself. She will become form- I f Key, due'at: Starke 4:49 tt

' t here within the ,next two weeks. Price, vice-president Southern Trust and the first south of Baltimore. It alternates and meet us at Lake idable. She will be seen at blowto P. H. If
; has a membership of two thousand of land, October 28, 29 and 30. one
!. Secretary McAdoo requested thee Company, Little Rock, Ark.; J. M. regain Lorraine, to regain Alsace. No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville f

southern bankers to report to him on Miller, Jr., vice president First Na- the highest physicians and sanitary The South-eastern Passenger As Is it enough? No! No! She will t due at Starke 3:49 P. M. I

two points: First, whether the plan tional Bank, Richmond, Va. workers in the United States, Canada, sociation, embracing all Florida lines, capture-listen !Treves Mainz Cologne t No.2, Tampa to Jacksonville f

would meet the situation in the south; The plan proposes to raise the fund Mexico and Cuba. The program is to has authorized a very low rate of one Coblenz-and! -' shall hear t due at Sijarke 4:54 A. M. I

I t and, second, whether they thought it byt subscriptions from banks and be devoted to the discussion of health cent per mile plus 25 cents. Your France cry, 'The clock you strikes t No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville f

I would be feasible. trust companies, manufacturers and ..matters that are especially the con- nearest local railroad agent can give hour Germany! Hear me! Am I thine my t due. ;at Starke 9:21: ft

I The telegram to the Secretary follows mercantile houses, and to distributeit cern of the south, as hookworm, pella- you full information. enemy! No, I am thy sister! I-have A.. M. : It
I ( in the gra, bubonic plague, malaria, trach- There are some camps who have not ft
: cotton-growing states and
taken all
from thee I
oma, typhoid, rural sanitation child turned in their pledges to the Wowan's return all to
l "Hon. W. G. McAdoo, Secretary of cotton-manufacturing centers, among thee! Upon condition-That we Starke and Wannee Branch ft

1 i the Treasury, Washington, D. C. The the farmers merchants manufacturers welfare, fly extermination and many Monument Fund. Your commander shall no longer be a divided people f

plan as laid before you and the Federal and others whose fortunes are others of almost equal interest.In would admonish you to permit no that shall be united ; No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 pt
we nation
connection with this convention longer delay in this matter. Send in one ,
Reserve Board on Friday last, to bound up with the fate of the cotton one republic. I will A.M. If
1 f endeavor to raise a cotton loan fund crop. Jacksonville medical authorities are your dues to B.;nj. W. Partridge, thou thine. my fort- No. 104 arlives at Starke ft
resses is
My vendetta
planning a Southern Health Exhibi- Treasurer Woman's Monument Fund, 2:45 P. M. +
1. brotherhood!
tion, the first of its kind ever undertaken at Monticello, Fla. t ft
i WE SHOULD LIVE AT HOME. state annually for such things as in this country, to illustrate Unto the Daughters of the Confederacy "No more frontier. The Rhine mine ft
these, it would be the most and thine. We shall be the Limited Trains
prosperous same
the descendants republic -
graphically by charts, photographs, of the heroesand +
One of the greatest hardsips that state in the union. we shall be the United States -
models and other heroines of beloved division
by means, our own t. +
,,' I can be worked on any country is to Why wouldn't it be a good idea for the methods that have been adoptedby : We send greetings of love of Europe, we shall be the Continental No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa ft
t M.
: send all its money out for food and trades in the state to take up and the most skilled workers to control and a plea for your inspiring presenceat federation, we shajl be the Liberty of due at Starke 12:51 P. f

ri i clothing supplies as well as for luxuries. organize some "Let's Live at Home these various ailments.In our reunion. The division commander Europe. And now let us clasp hands No. 10, Tampa to JacksOnville 6t
Clubs!" Suppose there was such a for we have rendered each t due at rke 6:10 P. M.
t. a reciprocated -
preparing this exhibition pledges the freedom of
co-op- you griffin It
; Florida is like practically every club in every town in Florida. Suppose I eration has been promised by the the convention and the rightofwayto : service. Thou hast freed me T. J. Agent. ft

state in the union. You could build a that clubs were organized all health boards of nearly southern our hearts. from my emperor. I will free thee f
every + t t f IIIMHtllllll +f 01'f
wall around the state the the time to keep at home to from: thine."
and money

people I state, of many southern cities, by Unto the Sons: We need you now. 1.
; could live within the state on what live on things that are produced in the Rockefeller Foundation, the Red The door of our hearts is still wide I -

;1 is produced here. There is cotton Florida, what a tremendous effect it Cross, the National Public Health I open.The. WHEN WAR IS 'DONE.

p enough for the cotton goods, there is would have. Service, the United States Depart- opening exercise-the welcomethe BOND SIGNERSpu

; wool enough for the woolen clothes, In one year, for instance we could ]ment of Agriculture, the National response-the presentations and In Europe when-the
is done-
: '!j tr grain enough for breadstuffs, and be living off the chickens and eggs war
.,' Mouth Hygiene Association, and several the usual opening functions will be may that day soon be greetedwhensome !
enough live stock could casly be produced produced here. It doesn't take long the -
I other organizations of this high evening program for October 27 their
victory have and
t for meat, and enough poultry for chickens to grow from the eggs I class. Florida's Board of Health will -Tuesday.The same have been 'twill won, a needless burden
for the poultry and egg supply, and to laying hens. It doesn't take long defeated be a
send an exhibit of its work along certain regular business program will
of the old
country the halt
the streams abound in fish that from the hatching of an to the upon themselves.
so egg-- lines., which is to become Dart of be taken up promptly on Wednesday maimed the .
; we would always have plenty of fish I production of eggs. Every backyardin a larger exhibit that will be sent 4 -over- morning, October 28. couches,, 'neath dying the mould; in the unmarked Once your name is

f I' and sea food. Then we would have : Florida is an incipient poultry the country for educational purposes. The sponsorial staff of the General will be young

;, ( all the citrus fruits we needed and to farm. Every housewife can cut her Jacksonville's City Board of Healthis Commanding will be announced at a men hosts lying. After like the youthful on a bond, your

;s spare, all the vegetables, melons and living expenses half in two by utiliz- preparing several exhibits ofwhich1 later date. are flung, grain that
waits the must -
other luxuries that could possibly be ing the back yard for raising chick- will represent its splendid cam- The Hotel Kibler will be the head- reaping; for war takes har- property repay
used, and to spare. ens instead of allowing it to grow up of the vest the young, and leaves the old loss. To
fever. I quarters
paign against typhoid :More commanding general any
i. In
men weeping. when
I Europe, the
It is said that Florida sends more in weeds and grass. than fifty health boards and other Florida division. '

.. money out of the state for poultry Let's start a movement for a "Let's ganizations from every part of the or- Your commander appeals to his war sabre is in done barren, and rust fields dims sword and save your prop-

and eggs than the citrus fruit crop Live at Home Club" in Florida and south comrades with from sun to
have promised active co-opera-I to join him in makingour sun, old men and dames will labor. erty;sign none;
i amounts to annually. If that see what good an accomplish.-
even approaches we tion in this exhibition. These will Twenty-fourth Annual Reunionthe The
; J the facts, it is a solemn re- Jacksonville Metropolis. show the practical accomplishmentsthat most pleasant and harmonious in fields patriarch red must guide the plowin and send your
yet slaughter while
proach on the state and the intelligence What Would You Do, have been gained by each in some the history of our organization. Let hitched like horses are the frau, the friend to

be the of our people. Florida could. There are many times when one particular lines of sanitation and will that type of love-the highest of all grandma and the daughter. Perhapssome
biggest poultry producing man questions another's actions and be rarely suggestive even to the nonprofessional I creation, love of comrade for com- from
state in the union. We could cripple the wars may helpto
at less motives. Men act under student and observer! rade-be watchword, and by this
differently the CO.
seeding while groaning o'er j. R DAVIS &
j expense, far surpass Iowa in this respect -
These let unite
I I We different circumstances. The questionis ; approaching gatherings for sign us to make this reuniona his varied scars and old wounds ,
d buy corn and hay from the advancement of health veritable love feast of
I what would do right now if conditions good things I
you you freshly bleeding. Some veteran on
northern states. We can raise two had a severe cold! Could you do bet- being held in a Florida city, will offer I only wooden legs, whose strength is swift- AgentsStarke.. Fla.

crops of corn and from one to twen- ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough unexampled opportunity to Flor- By order ly dwindling, may milk the cow and United States fidelity & Guarantee
of in
ty hay, certainly some
crops Remedy! It is highly recommendedby ida statisticians, sociologists, sanitarians JOHN L. INGU.S, fetch the
eggs, and split the daily ; Baltimore
of the Company
parts state, every year. Thisis people who have used it for years nurses, physicians and municipal t Commanding Florida Division U. C. V. kindling. But everywhere the weak : _
money away. and know its value. Mrs. 0. E. :Sar authorities to study and discuss these W. H. SEBRING, and
We buy butter and cheese from the old must do the heavy toiling, Malaria Chills & Fevsr
outside. We ought to be big shippersof gent, Peru, Ind., says "Chamberlain's problems with men and women who Adjt Gen. and Chief of Staff. must strive the little farms to hold or

butter and all dairy products, instead Cough Remedy is worth its weight in are devoting their lives to solving and keep the pot a-boiling. Old men Prescription No.568 is prepared cspeciall1!
gold and I take pleasure in recom- them, and the municipalities of the and dames for MALARIA or CHILLS A fEVE,
: of buyers from other states.If Only One "BROMO QUININE"to the harvest waves! Go ;
mending it." For sale by all dealers. state should send representatives of Five or lax dosed nM; break any case, nu
Florida would keep the money their health boards to study and get the genuine,call for fall name. LAXAriVK and do the reaping, for in their if taken then at a tonic the Fever will eel

at home that she sends out of the Read the Telegraph 11.30 a year. fit from this exhibit pro-! a.] W.GKOVB.BKDMO QULSLHE.Cures a Cold Look in One for ligature Day. Stop; of red and shallow graves, your young return. It acts on the liver better t 2'ft
-' tough: gad headache and work" oft cold. 25c. men are sleeping.-Walt Mason. Calomel and doe not gripe or idea


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:: :as, 1Rth. 1914.. THE BRADFORD COUNTY__TELEGRAPH.., !

,PAaRTJmv.. .
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,I. -,. ".;charged and one horn struck the boyon Wales,and also building a long'siding! -, :

...... >t.., -l" the head, throwing him to the at the French mine...-Tamp) Times.'
-, ( STATE NEWS ground. Mrs. House saw the attack !I I
VE Bradford
LI : by the cow and ran to the rescue. She The Apalachicola Times: says that' our ty

$"; t'.Ji"''' 1 was in time to prevent the cow goring ,1 last year the Apalachicola dealers ez-j '.

r-- the prostrate boy and diverted the at- ,]pressed, 117,000 gallons of oysters be-' ++ a

"That Are Happening All Over Florida tack to herself. The cow chargp.d her i fore Christmas. It is expected that H Abstract Company:

: gs. and threw her to the ground. The the number of gallons will be greater. .. r

."' As Told.By Our' Exchangesi animal then struck Mrs. House with this year. Florida's fish and oyster' A complete record of Bradford County lends f S

I, ', its forefeet, the sharp hoofs cutting business is increasing and is growingto Land Titles Real Estate I _

i .n-, .- I I the flesh at each stroke. Why the animal very large proportions. It will put Te tmen t

im4;fcia of people from the northalid and are going into the business ofj I did not use its horns no one understands many a dollar into circulation this I

(vSure'slready coming to Flor- producing 1500 and 2000 pound bpeves but it did not' try to gore winter. Then the open season forgame

idi.&D4 croat movement this way for; market purposes, and will make Mrs. House as she lay on the ground. is approaching. The hog killing POINTS FOR HUNTERS.

:i. pected during the approaching the same noticeable change in their She screamed for help and Mr. and soason will soon be upon us. Thingsare "

: I" milch cows.-Gainesville Sun. Mrs. Wedding ran to the scerte. They shaping themselves in a manner The hunting season is five weeks HAJfijplTo

-/- succeeded in driving off the cow which most pleasing. The shorn lamb is being off. November 20 is the first day of

,, Farmers of Hillsborough county A large force of workmen are rushing was wild with excitement, and car protected.-Ocala Banner. the open seaSon. With its approach r

fl live"pledged themselves to plant the new crate factory to comple-ried the injured woman to her home many residents of this county are u
f. .,6' 100 acres of natal grass thisIdsoa. tion and by the first of the month the I where she was attended by Dr. E. A. Apply Sloan's Freely for Lumbago. looking to delightful days afield. Already The Trade: .

j .. "This forage is lately attrac- manufacture of vegetable crates and I ]Mallette. He says she had a very Your attacks ,of lumbago are not talk has turned to guns and Tinware, Stoves,

t, ..tin* considerable attention in certain baskets at a daily capacity of three narrow escape from death and will be nearly so hopeless as they seem. You dogs, and before long the "Old Trus-
Actions of the state. thousand. The mill is located justji confined to her bed for two or three can relieve them almost instantly bya ty" will be taken down from its rest- Ranges, Sash, Doors,

J. P; Campbell, of Jacksonville, has south of town on the land of D. E. weeks. The child was not injured ex- simple application of Sloan's lini- ing place and carefuly examined. Blinds, Paints, Ota, Putty,
Williams, where the Seaboard is putting for scratch the head. ment Parties are being formed tentatively
automatic cept a slight on on the back and loins. Lumbago -
'r in irrigation The down spur tracks to facilitate out is form of rheumatism and yields and "loans" of the dogs are pro-
sprinkler for use ordinary water of town shipments. This new enter- I I Three months ago a tiny little bund perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates mised already. Five weeks is none Plows, s Y
fits onto an i'
"device is, said to thoroughly covert prise gives Williston two well equip-I' < !, was brought over on the passenger quickly all in through the sore, ten- too long to look ahead, to the joys of Disc Harrows

pipe and 100 feet in diameter. ped basket and crate factories and increases -;t j train from Jacksonville by a col- der muscles, limbers up the back and the hunt. And withal, shortly Judge .
circle the payroll of our town two
Panhandlers and street beggars: had thousand dollars per month, which I parently to bring this little baby back Sloan's Liniment for 25 cents of any cations for hunting licenses. Not in Tooth, Peg Tooth and Shovel :

better give St. Petersburg a wide augurs exceedingly well for Williston, with her. The baby was seen by dif- druggist and have it in the house a rush at first, for human nature puts

berth the coming winter, as the police especially at this time when calamity ferent ladies and questions asked concerning against colds, sore and swollen joints, off such details until the last. And Cultivators, Mowing Machines '

have announced they will arrest howlers are decrying all attempts at its identity as without doubtto rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and then, when no good is served by wait- Corn and Fertilizer DistributorsHay

such, persons' as soon as they commence progress. The new mill is greeted bya all who saw it, it was a white like ailments. Your money back if ing and much inconvenience is caus- Rakes Hay Presses
operations in that city. hearty welcome on all sides and ch'ild without a trace of colored blood. not satisfied, but it does give almost ed, few are disgruntled ,

.. best wishes are extended for its unlimited The colored woman who had charge of instant relief. County Judge Phillips stated that Ties, Wagons, Gas Engines

.Apalachicola.and Pensacola are the success, while tro proprietors I the little one, said that she got it he expected a supply of licenses from Pumps Irrigating Plants

centers of the oyster industry in this are to be congratulated for their pluck from the colored home in Jacksonville. ORIGIN OF "DIXIE." the Game Commissioner about Octo- ,

state? and commencing the first of : and confidence in the future of Wil- The matter was put in the hands of ber 1, and that as soon as they were Traction Engines

this month* large fleets have been busily liston.Williston Courier.Mr. the Ladies' Civic League These lad received:! he would start issuing them. Grist Mills
to Songs may come and songs may
in bringing shipments
engaged ies asked Mr. the head of the
Fagg, Licenses are required for all hunt
be sent to the northern markets, and W. 'C. Alford is in possessionof children's home in Jacksonville, to go, but some songs go on forever. ing in the State of Florida, and licenses Plumbing, Electric Wiring

De:1rby.Florida points. The season, a copy cf the Fayetteville (N. C.) "ome over and investigate the case. One"Dixie.of"the Once"forever" appears to be : only give the right to hunt Building and General Con
it is said. will be a good one. Observer, dated November 23, 1863, ITe came over at the Ladies' Civic appropriated 'from November 20 to February 20,
service of the Confederacy as a bat- tracting Automobile
By unanimous vote, the county com- and it furnishes some mighty inter- League's expense and with an officer tle its and inclusive. To hunt in the county in
song use popularity are
,misisoners of Alachua county have esting reading of the trying timesin : went to the home of the colored woman now national-in fact, one hears it which the license is issued, the state Tires and Tubes.

voted an appropriation of $1,000 to those days. People who talk hard who had the child in charge. She the world over. Few know the wordsof requires a fee of $1; to hunt in as Lumber Shingles
Fair Association times now do not know what hard I told him the same story that she had counties likes state
the Alacraa County "Dixie many as one a -
yet so contagious pleasing
and exploiting times are. In those days meat sold at told before. Mr. Fagg on arriving at license is provided at cost to the
to be used in advertising I is its music that it has become a a S
held $2.15 per pound and lard at $2; coffee Jacksonville, went to the colored home song hunter of }
the. big fair, which will be I I without words of universal appeal. $3; and for non-resident DeWitt 1e G.
.' in Gainesville November 17 to 20, in- was scarce at $10 and eggs sold at I II and the story was corroborated there. Many stories are related, with moreor hunters a $15 license is required. Ones

clusive. $1.50 a dozen. Family flour sold at The baby was placed in the colored less The game birds, designated by the
the tellers
authority by as to
I 95.oo per barrel and salt,at $20 per home by a colored woman April 6, act of 1913, are swans, geese, brant Starke. FloridaMEN
how the be
Lakeland claims that it is third in bushel and most all necessities of song came to composed
1914. This woman said that she had and river and sea ducks; rail, coots,
rank in Florida in the matter of pub- life are quoted in proportion. Prob- and as to the origin and significance
I brought it from Morristown, Fla. The mud hens and gallinulas; shore birds,
of the word "Dixie. There is, how
lie ,school attendance, there now being ably one reason why things were so question of the child being white had plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcock,
I ever, no doubt as to the authorship.It .
about twelve hundred children en1'9ll- high in those days was because merchants never occurred to the head of the col sandpipers, tattlers'and curlews; wild :
ed in the several classes. Jacksonville did advertise. was written by Daniel Decatur Em- .
not There is
ored home. The Ladies' Civic League and
turkey, grouse, pheasants quail
and Tampa come before Lake- net a line jf display advertising in were not satisfied with this. They mett in 1859 while he was a member and turtle doves. Don't vail until dtoCM .

land, but Lakeland claims to have one the issue and we note the subscript paid the expense of Mr. Fagg to Mor of 'Bryant's Minstrels, whose theatre The wild dliamoUe bo.pvrtant .
open season on turkey rsmm. Theo ,;
of the best educational institutions tion of the is at was at No. 472 Broadway. uod or Dlell tate
price given $4
paper rstown. At that place their researches turtle doves .
gobblers, quail, swans, b** wrcrked. the
The of how it came to bee
lull Florida all weeklies f .
what I'IM'U
per year-about The little whitbaby's or. I(1aoraace {
were fully repaid.
brant ducks rails mud
written was often told by Emmett. geese, coots, IUa4I neglert. .
to sell for The is i
ought now. copy identity was established andit hens curlews
The Reddick Peanut Butter Manufacturing sandpipers, snipe and "
Under his contract he was obliged, '
Company is a new organization a most interesting publication and Mr. I is beyond all doubts white. It was plover from November 20 to February 696. 3 :
whenever called to
a I
Alford values it upon compose '
very to the colored home in Jacksonville
Reddick in Marion It 20.
at county. .
"walk around" to be at the
fay Advertiser.At new sung (rum In an
of this to begin highly.-Boni-I by a colored woman from Ruffled Mongolian curable earn of contraedk.esee. ,
ii the purpose company I grouse or pheasant, -
close of each performance. It was on I tr at TleaLneM .f Mt-n, Yarivo- .k
the making of peanut butter and a meeting of the governors Morristown, and put in the colored one of these occasions that he wrote Chinese or English pheasants erne VIC DISEASES.Blood Poison.IncludinfllltTCBE.without Pile ,.i-d all/ PEL =
other peanut products by the first of of the Polk County Good I home by mistake. The worthy color "Dixie" on-very short notice, as he and all imported game birds are protected the knife. i'

January, sufficient money having,been Roads Association, held in the boardof ed woman here, who had taken the said. It was first sung, as extent up to December 1, 1915, and without I Lire cnttlns 606 directly or detrition Into. the blood from 3
subscribed to put up a suitable build- trade baby to adopt it did not know the sad: thereafter a thirty day open seasonon bnsinesn.Honn..
at Bartow last
rooms week, programme show, on Sept. 12, 1859.A 9/ .. m. to 8p. ru
ing and furnish all the necessary machinery a committee of seven, selected from history of the little pitiful waif. She programme of that date reads: Pheasants is established from November CorrMpondenco solicit e>i!

for,this enterprise.The different parts of the county, were I has cared most tenderly for her little "The performance to conclude with 20 to December 20. Dr. Geo. L. Dickersoa

county commissioners of Orange appointed to confer with the board of charge n the past three monhs. The Dan Emmett's original plantationsong Traps Are Prohibited.Traps' 111 WEST FORSVHI b(REET.,
case is truly a sad o Fernandina deadfalls (:Near Heard Bni 1'ld*.)
county have subscribed for three county commissioners at their meeting and dance, 'Dixie's Land' intro- snares, baiting JACKSONVILLE, >LORIDJL
this week to ask their News-Record. .... and poisoning of game birds, night :
,thousand copies of the Orlando paper co-opera- ducing the whole troupe in their festival ,
and these are to be sent out to persons tion in building a demonstration roadof John G. Anderson, Jr., manager of: dance."-Inverness Chronic hunting! and hunting on Sunday i s .

whose names and adresses are several thousand feet, using differ- the Tampa Coal Company, and E. C. .prohibited. RIGIiiRD'

to be furnished from al sectaion oi out kinds of material, as recommended Dickson, a well known insurance man, Why Not Publish It? The open season to hunt deer is H: C. n ne

the country for the purpose of advertising by Highway Engineer Morelandin spent Friday in Polk county visitingthe When you want a fact to become the same as that of quail, from November -

'Orlando and Orange county and a report which the board of governors phosphate mines in that section. generally known, the right way is to 20 to February 20. The

t inducing immigration to and investment : adapted, their special committee .Mr. Anderson states that nearly all publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalian, Peru, of artificial light in deer hunting i is fieneral.lnsurqnce

in that section of Florida. to, look into the question of the the mines are working although theyare Ind.,'was troubled with belching, sourstomach also prohibited. The squirrel seasonis

different types of road construction, not employing the regular force. and frequent headaches. She from November 20 to February 20. r

t The bear market in Pensacola istJ cost maintenance, etc., having embodied I The Charleston mine at Fort Meade, writes, "I feel it my duty to tell others The quantity of game is limited bylaw I represent none but F ST.OLAS8'companies
'very:poor. A few days ago a farmer this recommandation in their to one deer to a two turkeys
is working nealry all their men. The what Chamberlain's Tablets have person and will be const tally en the
tJ- came into the city leading a live bear report. twenty quail or twentyfivebirds
Prairie Pebble done for have alert
I Phosphate companyhas [ me. They helped my to promote your inter ste. Own-
which he endeavored to sell, travelingfrom
of other species in day
three plants in operation, and C.digestion and 'regulated my bowels. any ,
After months of antes courteous treatment
many camparativequiet ell
; house to house: throughout the tq ltloU.A .
and to three buck deer five
C. Martin, manager of the big con-1 I Since using them I have been entirelyi
Spring has "boil
; city. The best offer he could secure bayou begun well written -
five hundred of othergame policy by)a.flnt-cUtt
gobblers or
ing. The first intmation of this cern, stated to Mr. Anderson that hi well. For sale by all dealers. any
natural i j
was $5.00, so he returned home in dis
i firm had orders for eight heavy foreign bird species during the open agent in a Ant-clan cortpany torn*.
gust refusing to make a sale at that phenomena occurred Sundaymorning
:price when fish, mullet and other I cargoes, several of which are to season. times means mush in case Of loss b:flit ,

.. < varieties, were noticed lining the i be shipped to English ports. The Coronet PAYERS. The sale of game is prohibited, as

__ A blanket indictment, chargingmalfeasance shores of the bayous. Early risers on Mining Company, the Pierce is hunting without a license, or snip H. C. RICHARD Sftrte, nl.r. -

and misfeasance in of- I Sunday were able tocatch many choice mine, the Phosphate :Mining COmpany Rockford, Ill, which has been with ping the game from place to platY _

$ce was returned against Pinellas fish as they swam in shallow waters of Nichols, are working part of f'(out saloons for several years, has oral within the state, or to a point out of J

county board of commissioners by the made more or less helpless by the sul their force, and reported that business i I one policeman to each 1,800 persons, the state. I CASSEUJL'SFamous ;'

grand jury; in.circuit court Saturday phur-fumed waters. This boiling will seemed to be increasing somewhat while wet cities of the same size em- State laws also protect the robin, Indian

afternoon. In addition, specific probably continue several weeks, creating The Palmetto Phosphate Com- 'ploy one policeman for.every nine prohibit the use of firearms on Sun Remedy

charges, were made against two o:f a strong current, moving at an pany at Tiger Bay, the Export Phosphate I hundred or one thousand inhabitants. day, prohibits the killing or captureof FOR INDIGESTIONGUARANTEED

. the- commissioners. estimated rate of three or four milesan Company of Ridgewood, Swift t Kansas City, Kansas, employs only a sea cow or manatee, except witha TO CURE

i:Mr. 0. L Mizell brought and left hour toward the gulf. The watershave & Armour plants near Bartow, Florida half as many policemen as before permit from the county commissioners : 75 CENTS AND $1 -
and then for scientific
at changed color from the natural Phosphate Mine Company, near saloons were banished from the citty. only
this office a few days ago, a bunch Bartow other Newton Kansas purposes, prohibits the catching of Manufactured by the T. A. Cas-
'of dark bluish to a lighter hue and the are plants which are employes only one
ijt,the pinders which is now on exhibition is ,a palpable odor of sulphur reat present in operation more or less. policeman for its 10,000 inhabitants. beavers, except from November 1 to sell's Medicine Co., ArcaJia, Fla.
Wad office and measures when becomes quite pronounced at the The Export Phosphate Company, of: This is only one of the many ways February 1, prohibits the killing, capturing For Sale by II :
out, eighteeji feet in circum-
ference. These peanuts were shore.: No one as yet has ever given Ridgewood, is going to run for threeweeks i in which a city's expenditures are r'- or molesting of the loggerhead J. C. CARTERSTARKE
grown anything but a hypothetical at their full force. When war dueled as the result of a no-license pol- or green turtles during the per
by Mr. B. I. answeras | '
Taylor, of Raiford, anfromthe d FLORID
iod from May 1 to September 1.- j
to the cause of this wonderful phe was declared the plant was at once i icy. 1
same field, Mr. Taylor gath-
nomena. Eminent scientists shut down. They had large number Jacksonville MMetropolis.CONSISTENT. .
ewd have been
two and ,
a half bushels from forty
hill;. You'cannot beat the soil of here, made soundings that reached to of orders on hand for rock thawas ; FOR THE PUBLIC SAFETY. Hopeless Lung Trouble Cured. \

Bradford county for productiveness. a depth: of several hundred feet, and to be shipped to ports in Italy.I Many recoveries from ling troubles
;;.. Bradford County'Times. then could not say that any bottom Bills of lading were held up by the The automobile is proving to bo no I are due to Dr. Bell's. Pine Tar

in s had been reached to this wonderful Italian brokers, but a few days ago, small factor in promoting the cause Republicans, Democrats, Progressives Honey. It strengthens the[lungs and

lk card from Mrs. Keohne confirmto spring that for certain periods, gener they notified the company that the, .of total abstinence and prohibition. -all three parties in Kansas checks the cough and give? relief at*

p .report received here several days s sally at the end of or during the rainy mo:!ey for the phosphate was on de The increasing use of motor cars, private have declared in their state platformsfor once. Mr. W. C. Wilkins, Gates, N. .

'!," *tf> that she had been bitten by a season, sends forth vast volumes of posit in banks in that country, and and public, emphasizes the "im- national prohibition and national C., writes "I used Dr. Bel1'' Pine Tar

; perhead snake at the entrance to cop the sulphur-scented water. Tarpon that ships were on the way here to, portance of the problem"present.. d by woman suffrage. Kansas believes instates Honey in a case given up ar< hopeless

,Hifflinoth> Cave in Kentucky. Mrs. Springs Progressive.A take the cargo. J. Jumeau, a Frenchman the man under the influence of alcohol : rights and in nation's rights. and it effected a complete jure." Geta :

'-1..._ ____ ,L .. .._ who had been prominently engaged ," said Sir Victor Horsley, M. D., bottle of Dr. Bell's Pine TAr Honey.
I. *>-the prompt'-11 was service sne rendered owes her me St. Petersburg ,dispatch to the i in the phosphate industry in in a recent lecture before the Medical FOURTEEN TO ONE. If[ your throat is dry and nicking let i

i r; Gt the guides who sucked the by blood one Tampa Tribune says: "While rescu- ]Florida for several years, is expected Temperance Society of England. "A trickle down the throat, you!will surely -
ing her four-year-old son from an attack 1 to return to Fort Meade taxi-driver described as 'under the influence "A "'ftR t..t.a .. hft_ .t._ ctt 1/\ .R..1n relief.
I ? the wound As a slight token of about Octo- Luau UVUeU A liVe ova y.wv, AUU get Only 25c at your druggist. -
M! tppreciation: she has had of an infuriated cow Friday afternoon 1 ber 15, and proceed with the plans of drink' is a far greater danger fed it $20 worth of corn, and then I I ,

ilerpent. ring, set, with rubies made and a Mrs. 0. A. House narrowly 1 for the building of his new plant near to the public than one who is sold the hog for $12. He lost moneyon .

diamonds, and has the escaped death under the hoofs of the Fort Meade. Jumeau is a French drunk. The man who is drunk is to the corn, but made $10.50 on the Whenever You Need a General Tonic
t the faithful same animal and sustained two broken ribs, reservist and when war was declared a certain extent paralyzed and help- I hog." This story, quoted from Mark Take Grove'sThe

,.. .. ... guide.-Tropical Sun. a broken right arm and severe bruises. went to New York and made arranges less, whereas the man who has had I Twain, illustrates the financial results dull Tonic Old Standard is Grove's valuable;Tasteless

.::. ''-*J.! B, Siinonton, who breeds Jersey The attending physician i ments to rejoin his army. His government merely sufficient to impair his faculties of the license system. It costs General Tonic equally because it routains as the a y,

,: thoroughbreds and that she may have sustained internal I< representatives here have is an active danger." Total ab- thousands of dollars every year to well known tonic properties QUININE
grades at Micano-
' injuries. The woman's life was saved stinence for the chauffeur is not on- take of the criminals I and! IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives
care ,
nand 1]
k N. been unable paupers
A. to him into
Calison, the well-known get France, out Malaria, Enriches the. Blood and
;_* plmducer of Jerseys and Herefords 8 by Mr. and Mrs. Wedding neighbors, I I :so he has decided to come back to ly advisable, but the time is coming and defectives made by the liquor J Builds up the Whole System. ,SO cents.
' nIl 'northwest who drove the cow away. The animal :j Florida. Mr. Anderson in when it will be compulsory.It traffic. Take it the country over, ev-
of the city, report ana I speaking i
t to Mr. House
demand for and has been a I of[ the situation the ery dollar received as revenue from DRINK DRINK
high-grade stock among phosphate Always Does the Work."I | f
; nd that family pet. It has a young calf now the saloon entails a cost of $14. What /
bidders I minors said
and buyers are more and has displayed : "Things are looking a' like Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
an ugly disposition fools these voting be
wnwrous taxpayers
d1 in Florida today than they for the first time. Oliver I great deal brighter ,and everyone edy better than any other," writes R.
House the
ever, een.before. indicating that child, was attacked by the i seems to be boosting away. The Seaboard E. Roberts Homer City, Pa. "I have It cost the brewers $10,000 in one

sand stock raisers are getting j seemed to think that the cow which in-1' 1] Air Line must think pretty well taken it off and on for years and it day for telegrams sent to Congressmen -
boy was
; Y: from the light native animal terfering with her calf. The cow'j;'jof I[ the prospects, as they are going has never failed to give the desired urging them to oppose the pro 1

:j I right en with their road to Lake ( results." For sale by all dealers. hibition amendment. DRINK 'DRINK
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Mfird TO THE CHILDREN. with cannon, will-step the boat carrying LIMITLESS POSSIBILITIES.In .;s..'" "

.if" Craty Telegraph- MY gift .- ,GREATEST AMERICAN. YOUR 'HOME PAPErt ,

r peopleare The American
Loealrand LMf Distance"Number P6o.e and France Magazine has been It is )home 't .:
: "England and Ger- your oJ
one of the least of these, my brethren, living in a land whose natural resources offering prizes for the best letters paper that
;'f 40 many intend to salute the boat thatis entitled your birth, publishes '
ye have done it unto. m':." St. Matthew o beggar all description, where -"The Greatest Man in the Uni.. and your '
carrying your gift-not to stop it ehromclel.'OUl'# deatltt '
., 40. coal and iron and oil 'and gas and' ted States.*! The I ."T.
UT- prize-winning
f. i Your ship will be of G Will. journals, the .
and a ship od forty page -
Published catered
weekly a* granites and marbles
: and phosphaterock m
One of Chicago's great papers, The are published in the October num.lof the
q And all the countries daily
: .J'. t: second class gutter at the.poat-oCce Herald, is to be commended for starting .- at war will dip' sulphur and many other mirier ber. More'votes were cast for Roosevelt I'you happenings-ofi tat= '
their it are not
flags to such.
r ', # at Starke, Florida. the ball to rolling which will as als are found in'quantity such as than for any other candidate and the least even a cipher.To
"All have to do is to notice from _
yon providethe the '
gather up the most useful, most need- nowhere else is known to man. Here, Thomas.. Edison is second on the ** 1oii; '
The steal $100,0011) ,
; gifts. Chicago Herald will .
"I commit
"I E. S.,Matthews, Editor sad Owner ed and most sensible Christmas gifts too are cotton and wheat and corn list. Other famous crimes are included murder anatr ""
look after all other detaili It will [ or haVe half
F.. E. Robbins, ___ Associate-Editor, which have ever been distributedsince and barley and oats and rye; here are but many cast their votes for Mr.. a dozea
t organize a bureau which will, answer : ..wives. But your local -Lover ,,
i and Business Manager Santa Clans began to make his ( millions of live stock-not to serve Ordinary Citizen, and one of the prize paper
your questions. Write to the Christmas you with::loving '
annual rounds to the children men. mighty armies in their death grapple, winning letters sings the praises of solicitude ill
Editor for It will see time. If are
:Friday October 16Uy 1914. As this is of interest t oevery homewe Shop help. but to minister unto the work and the i the average man. Following is an you sick, it is son?, ,
that reaches hopes wilt
your gift the ,boat that you soon be welt
feel that this column could not be I:I sustenaiA ,of a hundred million people extract from this letter: It
I I( when core
will take it to Europe. It will see you and when =
, .to better this week than in living in peace. ""Who is the /0tt' ttf
put use
I greatest living man in
; .. Everybody makes fun of everybody that your gift is put into hands that when your house burns down' .
Here is the
giving a' description of the enterpriseas '| strategic geographical the United States today? He lives \
else. wjll place' it in the fatherless home location'of ; when you will.:build a new
it in the Chicago-Herald of all the world giving us as in one
appears your city. lives'in home ,
on .
Christmas morning. And it will .. ) Johnnie Gras the
: the paper which originated the scheme to no other nation advantages and facilities town. In fact he and his fellows form I P( 'our. measlewhen : MI il
" Friday was an unlucky day for An- tell every day all about what other your Mary has the
and is it out to world trade. Even though the mumps Q4
now.carrying a successful greater part of the population of how
boys and girls in our doing much little
twerp. country are Pete '
:: ending. It says: in this work of love. I I we would not selfishly seek our own every city, town, village and hamletof arrivaL : )-, i

i Many lies are circulated in theme "When daddy goes to work each "Just think what a brave sight the advancement at the expense of war- the United States. He has lived ,.

morning you expect him to come homeat ring nations, they are driving us out there since the world began, and will
of science. ship will make that carries giftto I i I
I night., You would be very sad if Europe! Can picture your it laden into world trade to care for world continue to live there as long as the A GOOD INVESTMENT 1

It is hard to select Christmas pres- he did not, wouldn't you? you needs. We are forced to step into world wags. J i I -- _
with thousands and thousands of
rt lU ents. Begin now. "Over in Europe, where kings rule, I presents from the children of America I I world affairs to maintain the 'trade "Truly he hasn't much to say for .! Money invested judiciously in n

millions of fathers are being sent to and commerce upon which civilization himself. He's far too busy. He is adds so much ta,the value of the .
What has become of the old-fash- ? It will be officered and mannedby up pro l
work by the kings-the work of war. I depends. erty in a community that
? fathers of little boys and girls who I every morning at 6 o'clock, eats his ever"do}.;
I. ;I f .ioned Progressive Ir' .Party The kings tell them to go and fight will take care that it safely reaches I' Here is the only great nation equip- breakfast, and hurries' to the shop or lar invested cones back to tbj \treQ' :3

: i i Count Zepplin has planned a hot and they have to go, even if there is the countries which are sunk in the ped for business, in all the world, not .1 office where he earns the wherewithal ury in the fop of additional taxi-5

I k air raid upon England. no one left at home to earn money to want of war."Everybody. I I at war. It is an amazing situation.It to support the family. Each even- tion. Good roads attract new settfe."..

! pay the rent, and buy food and cloth- who will means than in the not distant future ing he comes home, white and tired. encourage improvement and' ?':
it know
I Everybody advises everybody elseth ing. Hundreds of thousands of fath- sees as soon as the first rude shock The of the I!community. Thy bring in pmt
i't __ 1__. ... what it is: for it will fly. two &2's. _I L ____ __ sight chubby faces at thewindow j i. __ .j mo. re ,
'- I to go back to a J.AUU.'I ers will never come home to theirlittle I ui battle: is over that we must; vastly lighten his laggard footsteps. lilt: u help:: pay taxes, ana reduce that""
I One will be flag the I
t and will be your you increase our output of farm and factory I rate of taxation;! while
boys girls. They
: The ""world's series" shared the first love the beautiful stars and stripes. ;I There is a kiss all around, and before: I increasing; ,
killed by the fathers of other little ][ 'I products to supply the needs of be takes off his coat he has to hold aggregate amoi-nt collected. MCBCT-,
page with the war news. "The other, too, will be your flag. '
boys and girls, who do not really hate many millions who will be compelledto the baby a bit. paid merely for salaries of officen of
It will be a white flag. On its
:. What become ef the old-fash- them, but who kill because they have will be snowy look to us for these things. ItI "In the summer, after he has had a dead and ncn-progresave cgontr_
golden a single goldenstar
j i ioned animal yclept "dude?" been ordered to do so. I means that we must help to straighten his supper, he weeds his pocket-ker organization never comes back in Uj -
the 'Star of Hope. The mottoon
"YOU will have a Merry Christmas. out the finances of many lands chief-garden with its patches of vegetables form. Good roafs are the arteries of '
that will be the word 'In- :
Florida's largest and most profit- YOU are looking forward to the day flag one whose people have heretofore depended and flowers. His wife bringsout trade, the promoters of value and tin;t
this will be the tourist asmuch. Ask father and mother to .
crop year when Christ was born. You know upon Europe, and thus concentrate her sewing and sits at the edgeof basis of prosperity. .
read the sentence in the Bible with
crop. that father and mother will be with ,in our own country world-influencing the plot while he works. The children ;- -!
--S which that word begins. j goncE '
on that day. You know that I I financial power. roll the her feet ; I
Hugh Sparkman says: "The, plane you on grass at At the mefrtinz'of the board of '

people are the highest flyers these i Santa Claus will come from the froz- I : I Every man in this country will have "In the winter, he draws his chair commissioners the following held von Monday October eoatr.. : I
I managers and
days." zen north, his sleigh laden with gifts NOBODY LIKES A FAST GIRL. new and larger opportunities, every up beside the fire and enjoys his pipe leeted to serve at t* ctnertl clerk ekttkm were..Me h.J

for you. factory will have a broader market the while he rocks the children to county held in Ilorida the several on toe preeinta ard dear of of Bl'Idfort.
Three miles of pure air are a better "Have you stopped to think what is I'I for its output, and every industry in sleep, one on each arm. A. D.. 1914.1 NOYeIIber. :".

i appetizer than three fingers of going to happen on Christmas day lo: Nobody pretty and likes rich a fast, but girl.if she She is may bold the land should thrive as never be- ")ly Average Man doesn't make avery W.. M.H. Redding Edwards Dutriets.ILamerIw. -__; v....... :1 j

pure liquor. to the children of whose San fore. j '"
and fast men she will big salary. His wife and he L. H. Hill ._--- .-
j ta Claus fell dead on tne battlefield among never I!.I .Look up and see the sunrise.-Manufacturers' have many earnest talks about the 1. B. Whitehetd .:.'._..._ '
What has become of the eld-fash be well respected. Well bred people Diatritt N i.: 2-Like Batkr :
Ii when father dropped with a bullet in Record. family finances. They are divided into J. Hi. Searbo\lu:
ioned man who let his wife buy his appreciate modesty in women and : IL O.Arthur. --KaDam..
his heart-the father whose kiss and funds. So much to the lit- Brown.7, _
J tolerate !I pay on __ ,. .
clothes? I i cannot the want of it. We are APR -------------
a cheery, 'Up, lazy boots, Kris Kringlehas that I TEST. tle home, so much for food, so much J. D. Cobb -- Cat..-
glad to rule
1 I say as a girls are Duttict N.. PafetiM.. '
1 A man who wears whiskers on his been core!' once awoke them on I 'I -r- for the life insurance which he car IL H. +0.
retiring and modest, but occasionally Pearce--M six
face has right to laugh at Christ's birthday! I The Florida State Board of Health ries to his and much J. D. .
no anything I I we see! one that is hoidenish and held, protect family so lames Clemona -::___.._ _- _f
j a woman wears.Baldheaded "For these bereaved children there has money and it is burning a hole in for the bank. M. C. Croft ----.:..-. _-,--cfct: aDutrirt S
and the younger she is the worse he N.. 4-PmifeM..
will be no Kris Kingle. His sleigh |I I !. the Board's pocket The Board thinks "Mr. Average Man's life is not so IL J. Harden V-IIInr..
men sit in the front seems to be. The proper place for a I J. W. Osteen .1- .. "
bells will not jingle the frosty air this to be and monotonous would for his nH
on money ought spent as seem, __
girl under 18 is her dolls and Jessie Cay .. +
in the world's affairs among ---- -
row 'I t i
great as in the Black Forest and the have advertised for bids for Occasion- C M. Smith J
snows they pleasures are very simple. -'-- CIer\: I
the longer she. there the better
well as in theatres. DiAtrict1"IetiIL .
I' of the Russian steppes will be un I i $20,000 at Pen- he necktie his _!7.
erecting a laboratory ally buys a new or J. V.: Edwards -JJiaiaa._
a I it is for her future happiness. The ---------
trodden the good saint's gallopingreindeer. sacola. wife has waist the childrennew I M. J. Sapp + "
a new or '
One generation passeth away and girls who sits out at 14 will be an old 1. W. Lewl.t, '1

another generation'.cometh, but the Stocking will hang limp woman at 25. Mothers, keep your I I The Florida Federation of Women's suits-and all of the family enjoy A.. A. Hazen District-!!,--Starte. Clerk. 2- 1!

pension list abideth forever. and empty in many a French cottage !I daughters about your knees as' longas Clubs thinks the money ought to be [ the purchases. There are occa- C.. IinftcnV---Manages.. 'J'

--S end the smoky chimneys of England I k I possiblo and you will never have spent for other purposes and protests sions upon which they all go to the X'. R.0. Paris __;.'_ __---- I:

The business of furnishing war will know him not. No doll for little against the proposed expenditure up- picture show, but they are few, forthe ? P. Shaffer -.; am.

news from Europe seems to have developed Jane and no red mittens for Brother I cause to regret it." I I on the following grounds: baby is apt to become restless. 1t. D. May District. ?''.... 7-HamptoL'v''cer. ;

.into. a lying contest .John. No soldiers all red and shining I Centenarians, nonagenarians and 1. There are already two large Sometimes, if Mr. Average Man is a Jasper 111..n Williams AHen _.,-__- ;,L----, .

An Ohio man; Daniel 0 Decatur Em- that?Karl had hoped for! Oh, Octogenarians don't prolong their laboratcry buildings of the State' city dweller, the family spends Sunday V. Jones District. X L;, 8- __Clerk ':'

mett, was the author of the song, what a mockery at this Christmastide lives by rules. They live long because Board of Health, one at Jacksonvilleand in the park, looking at the ani- W. C. WIlitteni,.' Kaiford._Mgr.. -
made material that Pensacola has mals. If Mr. Man is small J. C. Jones __-:J!
out of at Average
| they are ,, one Tampa. a a
"Dixie, and it was"written, in 1859. Jf. T. Rite!!. jr. _; <
'' "Let each little boy and each little will last. Most of them wouldn't laboratory established in adequate town dweller, his wife cooks a big din- J. A. Brooks H Clerk.

An exchange says gun cotton could girl be a Kris Kringle. Isn't that a ,know a rule of health if they met it rooms rented for the purpose. ner on Sunday and the family spendsthe pries Dutncta Hires _:--S Wortninctoa-,: --_Sprfap.ManamE. <

be profitably grown by southern plan- fine thought!- Wouldn't you love to on the street. People who live byj I 2. The money would better be expended rest of the day upon the porch Tuck'. S. Andrews Brown r'ohn .__ _'
ters next year if the war continues. be that great saint? Wouldn't you ]hard and fast rules are mostly-sick in increasing the forces at languishing. K. Stephens .:..'-----_________Clert

! o love to put your gifts in a sleigh and ly people and they seldom reach old work in the buildings now available "Of course, Mr. Average man is a .---- !,W. T. WEEKS Clerk

I t The Times-Union is asking the take the reins in your hands and drive I'i age. i until the present equipment is fully common individuaL He doesn't know NOTICE OF APP IL CA nOX FOR TAr DEED

question the Telegraph asked weeks the reindeers over the roofs of the -a---- I used, and setting up small laboratories art. He isn't well read, and he's UNDER SECTION. 8 OF-CHAPTER

ago, "Why don't tae allies help the houses, slipping down the chimneys Festus J. Wade, of St. Louis, has in rented buildings! in the more probably only rudely educated. But Notice 4888 is ,hey LAWS triv BF n that FLORIDA.A. Z. AdkiM

\ Belgians!" I evolved a plan to raise a cotton loan purchaser of tax certificate/ No. ITS. dated the
and leaving YOUR gifts for those thickly settled districts of the state. upon his shoulders rests the future :ft day of July A. d 1912. has filed said

The Times-Union is who badly need them! fund of $150,000,000 to be advanced 3. The amount of work done in of the country. It is he who does the -crHncate in mjr offirt' and has made sppB
more widely I. bales of cotton and the hasben cation for tax deed Jo issue in accordant
criticised throughout the state for its "Can you do it! Of course. you can. on plan Pensacola does not demand a large greatest part of the world's actual ith law. Said certificate embraces the W"i -

i a political views and is more generally You can help load the sleigh and you : 1 apro\-"d by nine leading southern and expensive building at this time work. It is he who builds the skyscrapers *aunty desenbed, Fk.ridarwit prop *ty situated: in Bradfonf -

, read than in Florida. can shut your eyes and feel the reins I ]bankers. The details of the plan appear and it is safe to assume that there the tunnels, the bridges, the Southeast quarter ot.southwest quarter of
any paper .
elsewhere in the twenty-three ;township six. sontaixe
I in your fingers and drive the reindeer ] Telegraph. i Will be no immediate future need of home. He is everywhere in demand, twenty eafct

C ,: Country editors think people ought up and down the lanes in England, It is reported in! New York that a such a building. and he lives everywhere. But like The said of such being: certificate assewed in at the the name date of of Cawn. kvcance -

to send in the news. The people think lined with thatch-roofed cottages, ,stork was seen over Fifth Avenue. I. 4. The Federation of Women's the truly great, he is modest to the -" Unless acid o-rtificate shan be redeemed
aeeordinv to deed ism
latiF. tar will
i editors ought to get out and hustle thru the vineyards of France and the ;That is nothing unusual. They always : Clubs questions the authority of the point of retirement.! And no one ever 'xreon on the ICtb J .* November A. D.

.I for it, and they are. both right. stubble fields of Belgium, across the 1 fly over Fifth Avenue. However -i Board of Health to erect laboratories thinks anything about him."-Tampa mr.Witness my oFieial" Denature and seal Phi

white-mantled stretches of Russia, up if should there it would under the rules governing: the Board.. Tribune. the lath day of october, A. D. 1914.
t The Germans must have captured I one stop W. T. WEEKS.
' and down the highways of Germany, The Board has authority from the Clerk
Antwerp and turned it upside down I create a seven days sensation. Circuit Court Bradford Coontr. Florida.
over the hills of Austria and along Legislature to establish a State San- Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. : Br R. A. WEEKS,
i according to a picture in a recent issue 10.16.St. Deputy Clerk.
;: the frozen Danube to the Servian Representative Levy, of New York, : atorium for Tuberculosis, a Hospitalfor
of the Miami
Metropolis. peasant's hut, stopping to leave a 'who owns Monticello, has offered to Crippled Children, buildings for -- -- ---
( We don't publish all the news be- urprise catch-the-breath surprisefor sell tb estate to the federal government the production of hog cholera serum NNNN...N.t,.NNN/NM

.. muse some of it is not news. A large your little brother and sister for $500,000, provided it is kept! but none of these has been built. +

f per cent of it is gossip and scandal whose father is dead. as a home for the presidents of the i 5. In the opinion of the Federationthe I Progressive Business Finns Me: Ii i

Chan up your back yard. You don't "You may live to be a hundred United States. district visiting' nurses promised

1 years old, you may travel over the by the Board of Health several -
i Germans have the reputation of
An -Arkaasas paper tells about a. world and its wonders and delights months to the i ii
t see ago are more necessary Readers of
would'like drinking more beer than anyone else, the Telegraph will find it to their
" fever. We ;
case of "remitting" but never will you have sucha welfare of the state at this time than

! to have a few germs of that dis- journey as that. but the English people drink more additional laboratory buildings. i advantage to trade with the firms represented i
capita any pea i
, J ease to scatter among our subscrib "How do all this! per .
. you in 'this
,.' pie. The Belgians are second in the directory.
t ers. "Just in the easiest kind of a way. Scientists may talk until they are i
t list and the Germans third

: After the allies and the Germans But you've got to do it yourself to I black in the: face, but they can't convince ..........................NNNNNlN.....N...NtN
get the real joy of it. Earn moneyto Whether Kaiser Wilhelm led his us that there "is not an authenticated -

; extend'their western wings to the and sea ; buy the presents or make them people to the sunlit heights of great- case of hydrophobia on rec :.......................... +........................*
they will have to quit extending 1
will yourself. Every boy knows how to ness on which they onw stand or not ord." They claim that hydrophobia is REAL
begin to fight. Maybe we get J ESTATE. FURNITURE.
'. real news then. earn money so he may go to the cir- is a question, but there is no<< questionthat only "simulated"1 and is a condition ;
: some war
cus. Ask father to let you split the he is now leading them down into I resulting from "expectant dread." We I...MMMM ...MM.MMMMWFURNITURE

The Associated Press is probably kindling, carry in the coal, carry out the valley of shadows. have seen a few cases that looked authentic -
I 6 ONNN'4c X> i0pap6 ti...
giving us the best service possible in the ashes, look after the furnace- enough to convince us that I. ;

the matter of war news, but they and make him pay you fortit Save The meat packers proved to the they were real. The victims died and 'd COMER L. PEEK .
-". bow what to tell us one day to whet the pennies that are given you for government that'they are selling beef their deaths were not "simulated" if .

our appetite for the next day's news. candy. Deny yourself something. to dealers cheaper than they did last the disease was. Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else yon .
: Who raised the price to the might; want
S "If you are a girl, couldn't you knita year. S. e Timber Expert. 1
have I
been voted
Ten states dry, ?
pair of gloves or socks or comforters consumer A leading magazine recently con- HULL'S DEPARTMENT .

' hundreds of counties: in wet states are Wouldn't it to; good to know A correspondent sends. word cluded a voting contest to determinewho 33 years Experience at Starke. STORE ;
dry, Russia is dry by imperial decree, us '
that the gloves are keeping warm a is the greatest livingAmerican..
It be true not)
( : or
booze has been banished from the U. may NN404A0 4+H"
pair of little hands like yours! That Kaiser Wilhelm has conferredThe There is no such animal. Bradford

S. Navy and Lord Kitchener prohibits Wouldn't it be fine to know that the Iron Cross Gott. County Telegraph. But you'd have .......................... ........................
. on .
drinking in army.'PoorI .
comforters are covering frosted ears -New York World. : an awful hard time convincing T. R.
Personal is perishing DENTISTS
old Liberty sure and protecting delicate throats? of the truthfulness of that statement. t.

.. 4 from the earth. '"And you must have some toys that need any advice about your front -Zolfo Springs Truth. Not since the .......................... NNNNN..NN.NNNN.

i BUte of Ohio city of Tcledo I- have out grown their charm for you. yard. People can see that and you late elections in New York and New 344z t44&44 44H4H

Lucas County I Send them. Then there is another are ashamed to allow rubbish to ac- England. 04@0409 t

; > Frank partner J. Cheney cf the makes firm of oath 1'. that J.:Cheney he laenlor thing you can do. Ask father and cumulate there, but how about the J. W. MORGAN > DR. U. G. TURNER t.

., 4c Co.. doing business la the City of To- mother to beg Santa Claus to give i I back yard? The finances of Bradford county are a DESTlsTMdquarters
ledo. County and State: aforesaid and : for .
in such a muddle that the commissioners <>
that said! firm will pay the sum of ONE to a boy or girl in Europe one of the II Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods .
j HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every I Before long somebody will have to are not paying any bills at 1 A Edwards Building
cass: cf Catarrh that crmot be cured gifts that is intended for you. start movement to the business Dry Goods, Notion, Etc. > Upstairs over Poet Office :
a stop
HAUlS CATARRH CURB.FRANK present. We hope they: will *
fcT the use of J. J1 'Yes,' I hear you say, 'I will to put <
CHENEY. of starting movements to buy a bale in in
I things shape time to let loose
.} Shrcra 'to before me ass subscribed In Santa Claus to those poor little or- I $ 04t 4's v00 Q8'v
I', this Cih day of December of cotton, a barrel of apples, a barrel some for Chrisitmas. . . .
prcsp-ce money
my . .
'. .A. n. 1S&G. rhan children.: And then you ask. of rosin, a ton of phosphate, etc. p4. 44 4 . .W<$>-$ ,H.f.. *H l4

I (2cil: ) A. W. GLEASON.Notary Public.. 'But how can my erife reach the child The Brooksville Argus says it was CHARLEY TOM Q $> DR. 0. 1. HAYNES t

ITalTs Catarrh: Cure Is takes: Internallyand that needs it?' By the train and by I The Russians have captured the late last week because the gasolinengir.e Chinese Hand Laundry. 0 Dentist.
acts directly vpoa the b'ood and mnTUS the boat and the train And Kaiser's in the .
by again. estate
< riTes rt the system. Send for I private eastern got out of order. That is not oo _

i testimonials CHENEY free. & Ct. Toledo. 0. then you say again: 'But the capers theatre of war and the Russian officers news, 'but it would be news to say 4 Jefferson and Thompson Sts, <8> Phone 80. Hull Building. 9

4; I *alas FimJj ruu f-r eona ipUoa- ships and German ships, all armed curse him in the Russian language. out of order. oo4s4 4c>

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This i the da.. of' chance'
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ii{; any may
1I.IIMu eaIt Revand Mrs. B. T. I
cao.nw oatr rawt Rape have issued -
.,,;" ; c.-o-Mil r.... invitations to their friends to be what be wills if he possesses lhe9lrenjfthfo,reach it?v ':

:. t present at the celebration of their silver "The need .hunger and want;.:of' >seasoned.three|; '

' : ':l.'f II -- I wedding anniversary, which will :poor,ijfnoranl boys into Lincoln.Held and Edison:, t ;:

""i.'P'. '' ,_ i Ue- We have a complete line of 'ladies be held at the Methodist parsonage in It wasn't the fastest .beginner that won the Olympian Msijathon.

w I ,' No p. coats, coat suits and dresses at the Starke on Saturday, November 7, at Legs didrit: product the victor.- but GRIT" vMCHUtT II :
_ t "'0.( "_iii improving.gouda. 7 o'clock A. M. t
prices. "
8 I right '
tfj' : I" a
(4'!- Leviton School shoes for boys and girls, Every dog has his day. Last week 'Th' ,1' _. If'you" II

.,,- and the week before the strawberry "failuresoftheworld __ .
them. |want to
ask to 1
SIRUP CANS, Jones, Hardware. high and low cut, see ----- -
growers were favored with the rains /a
Hull's[ Department Store. t .
I that needed for have been_! 9 ,
'Sheeting 4 cents a yard at Brown's. they planting their save andSTARKE1 ;7
Mrs. James Strickland and children fields, and this week the haymakersare Quitters kee st it,' :

-.. 1 Met', pints $1.00 to $5.00. Stem- c of Maxville, were visitors to getting the bright, warm sunshine l4 + I I

L '-t..._ Starke Saturday. that is necessary for properly curing -
f. .
4..: Good times now and better times Cassie White returned on hay. -
: Mrs. .
C. S. Durling has returned .. ,
' I Tuesday from a visit of several weeks Mr. J. W. Morgan is'having a ce- home from a visit of three months at W.( A. BESSENT, Jr F. S. PEDRICK '. -
\ eomiagMe at inStertberf's. North Carolina. ment floor put in the building recently Olcott Beach
! ': hats 50 cents to $3.00 New York. While there

:_. children's shoes. vacated by the Starke Drug Companyand Mrs. Durling visited Toronto, Canada,
I I....' .. < Ask to see those will make other improvements. the FIREPROOF GARAGE
counter. Hull'sDepartment on opposite shore of Lake Ontario -
..u There will be a special
at Hull's Depart- The will be
wire building
timerican occupied
on or and met Rev. J. D..Morrow, who
went store J Store. about November 1 by a restaurantand was in Starke several weeks last ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE ,1

, cold drink under
Wizard mops. Jones Mrs A. Price has returned to parlor the management summer and preached at the Presby .
I :Starke after a visit of several monthsat of Dir Roy V. Turner. terian church. Rev. Morrow spoke ENGINE WORK. ,; :
'JIardware. I .
. i Kingston, Pa. Hon. James T. Wills went to Bron- very highly of Starke and expressed .,

A guaranteed shirt for $1.00 at son Monday to preside over the fall a desire to return here sometime in WORK GUARANTEED.PHONE .
SterabergV I Shoes for ladies, satin, gun metal, the future. ': .
term of Circuit Court for Levy coun-
patent leather, tan, any color. Hull's ,:'.
want new or second hand ty. A number of local attorneys, in- ST A KE. FLA
If you Department Store. Mr. J. T. Quigley is the 's
luding Judge Fred and Col. converting .
bicycles see I Starke is the best town in the best J. A. Williams, are in Bronson on business shed on the south end of his office Y u
Skirts of all kinds, $L50 t. $6.00. section of the best county of the best before) the court.-Gainesville building into a private garage. While I r

Stcraberf's. state of the best country of the world. Sun. tearing up the floor Tuesday afternoon WILL START NURSERY.Mr. BANISH THE PEDDLERS. .
< the boys uncovered a fat, ripe ; r
CoL C.: L. Peek was in Jacksonville Percales and ginghams at Levit< ____ __ William N. Oldfield, citizen of Give the peddlers the:cold shake. '
on business Thursday. I Tomlinson have started a movementto The possum was killed and given to .
the United States was in Starke last
Mr. John Campbell returrcd to Their interests are -
no concern to
organize an Order of the Eastern Charlie McFa&hion colored who of you. -
Oar coat suits have the style and ? week seeking a desirable location fora
Lawtey Wednesday, after spending a They take out of a
money town but
1 Star in Starke. This movement should fared a sackful of sweet potatoes for w
ft Stcrnbert's._ |week with Dr. and Mrs. E T. CampbelL meet with support here. Starke has it. Charlie left with his prize with abroad I fruit farm and a nU 'sery. Mr. Old- leave none. They have<)ao business -
field born in but rt
was England has
Mr.''T. N. Kendrick, of Maxvills, a strong and active Masonic lodge grin: on his face in anticipationof reputation to sustain and are more er .
in the
11: spent Sunday in Starke. I American fence. If quality and not and little difficulty should be experienced the possum and tater feast that He is United a fruit States expert for and fortyyears. has likely to skin you than not.. There is
absolutely not
in organizing auxil- a.single $advantage in
a strong was in store for him.
t .Mr.'Fran$ Burnsed, of Raif ord, visited quantity counts, you will buy body. traveled from coast to coast and from buying from a peddler; therefore give -.,,
his family here Sunday. fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. : Civic improvements in northern the lakes to the gulf. He helped to these itinerants the shak '. There is 1" ? !

Jones. Mr. R. A. Gray, of Tallahassee, assistant I establish the Tabor nursery at Glen not an article they sell that cannot be
t Mr. S- J. Sternburg was a visitor Starke are still going on. Temple
state auditor who here St. Marys and was one of the pioneersin
Mesrs. Walter and Columbus Town- was bought just as cheap of: he dealers
Wednesday. I street has been extended southwardto
r to Jacksonville last week the books of F. N. the peach business at Fort in '
send and Attorney T. G. Futch, of examing Jackson street from where Valley, your town who pay ,;taxes and x
visitor'to Andrews, 'ex-treasurer of Bradford as Ga. He has experimented in Cuba help build while the
1' Mr. Jay Alderman was a Lake Butler, were visitors to Starke Sanderson lane, it continues to Call up, peddler does
Jacksonville Wednesday. I Friday.Mr. county, will make a complete report street width on I and has studied fruit culture in Cali- nothing for us. Trade with the merchant : !
50 feet. Clark
I within a few days and the same will ; street I I fornia. He knows the fruit business and let the peddler;'go. j

f" Mr. A. S. McMillan is in Hastings.1 Alfred R. Saxe, of New York, be published in the Telegraph. has been extended from Pratt to I I and his opinion,is valuable. He says ." An\

this week on business. I a member of the Starke Lumber Company Eighth street; width 50 feet. .The that this section is potentially the CANNING CLUB
I Hon. James TWills, Judge of the I part of Pratt street extension, from fruit CQ NTEST. ,1
was here this week looking after greatest growing district of the
:'I Dr.. E. L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was in business interests. : Eighth Judicial Circuit, and family Sanderson west to Broadway, which I I United States and predicts .a great :

I gtarfce on business Monday. I I have returned here from Starke, has hitherto been an eyesore, will also development along that line in the The Girls' Canning Clwb will hold \i
Mr. J. M. Connell well known be their contest and exhibit:the 23 and :
the improved.This
a where they
t spent summer. They
Mr. ,W. A. Bailiff, of. Jasper, was near future. Mr. Oldfield announcedthat 24 of October
printer" of DeLand, was in Starke on are located in the John B. Dell realFriends at Lake Butler. i
t; business i he would
in Starke on Friday. return here within a
business and the Telegraph section is : Miss Agnes Harris, State Agent,
I '-- Thursday paid dence on Roper avenue south. naturally adapted few months and show his faith by his !
;Men's blue serge suits at Le V1 to's.| office a social call. of Judge Wills and family are delighted to fruit culture. Not enough atten- works by establishing a fruit farm' will be present both day; and have \

School shoes at Leviton's. I welcome them back to Gaines tion, however: is paid to this branchof and Starke. charge of the exhibit and Contest and 1
I If had been shut off from nursery near
we communication she
ville.-Gainesville Sun. agriculture. Fruit growing is one hopes to meet every wmber; and
New goods coming every day,- with the outside world! we of the most pleasant and profitable BIG ORANGE CROP. have them bring a. 'ra.ufth of their

Hull's _Department_ Store. J I would not have known there was a Sheriff L. M. Dyal, of Baker county occupations in which anybody can en I canned vegetables as possible.: 'I 1
.: Miss Myra Sweet, of Maxville, via business depression. was in Starke Tuesday. His business gage, and no crop is surer or more The orange trees' in this section are First prize 25.00 gold catch, .Iv' ;: .

ited,friends in Starke Saturday. j. PO not forget those $15.00 blue here was to serve a writ of re marketable that certain varieties of I laden with fruit this year. This fact Second prize, $5.00 dressed hat. \l'' !
plevin upon some hogs which had Other will be nr1Jqq "
serge suits they are the best that plums. Th:? old-fashioned varietiesare suggests the thought that Bradford cVd later !
Mr H. C. Waters made a business 1 been stolen in Baker county The hogs ;* .. '
can be bought for that price. Hull's always in demand at good prices, county ought to be dotted with large -
trip to Jacksonville Thursday. j were in the possession of Mr. James MRS. NINA :
j but of the WILLIAMS,
I I II i Department Store. some new species, the Jap orange groves. Many fine groves -
Reynolds, who had unsuspectingly
ar.- J. E. Wilson made a businesstrip I anese plum, for instance, will put flourished here before the freeze. The Collaborator. 4.
The so-called business depression is purchased them from the man who Dukes Florida. =
to Jacksonville Wednesday. I; you (on easy street in a few years destruction wrought at that time re I rt
largely psychological.\ Capital was I had stolen them. The
Japanese plum is a large, red, duced many of the grove owners to
5 or R doses ggg will break any ft frightened and ran to cover, but is beautiful fruit that commands fancy others REMOVAL NOTICE \
Mr. A. J. Griffis wrote us on Oc penury, discouraged and .
of Fever Chills. Price 25c. !crawling out of its hole again. .
T1 cue i __ tober 10 to change the address of his prices wherever, exposed for sale. blighted the ambition of others who i I

i jBorn,' Monday, October 12, to Mr.I i For the next few days we will sell Telegraph from Starke to Eau Gal- Grow plums. hoped some day to own a grove. I have removed my office.from the

||' and Mrs Saville H. Thorpe, a girl. our ladies white shoes at absolute cord st lie. DIr Griffis is a member of the However, danger to orange groves Francis building on Thompson street .
V I I this is the time to buy whiteshoes. firm of Griffis & Carter, catchers and Persimmons are dear to the heart from frost has been practically eliminated to the second floor of the Ritch block

sl! J'fresh fish and oysters. Handy Hull's Department Store. shippers of Indian River fish, and he of every darkey and to most white by the idea of growing budded and my office now adjoins the office

t+[ Brimer. Phone 109. Prompt delivery..I informs us that on the above date folks, meaning the old-fashioned wilda'nd stock upon the hardy Citrus Trifol- of J. E. Futch. |, '
ir I Ii I I Mr. W.' L. Kickliter was a visitor puckery kind. They are almost E. T. CAMPBFLt M. Do'
doses will break they caught 6,000 pounds of mullet.Mr. iata root. The Tjrifoliata root is a '
i i 5'or g ggg any (to Starke Saturday. Mr. Kickliter invariably associated with the idea 10164t. ''
native of a cold clime and
: ,1" .aN of. ever or Chills. Price 25e. I h I I has been located at Stuart for several J. M. Truby is moving the of possum and taters, for all three rising of the sap early enough preventsthe in --

1; "Fresh clean groceries every week. months, but is now a resident of Rai- Bennett store building on Ninth ripen about the same' time, but they the spring to endanger the tree from GRAND AND PETIT JURORS. ,

Try them. Hull's Department Store..J ford. street a few feet west and is movingthe have never been; cultivated on a large frost. Of course, it is possible for -

1 i building that stood on the rear of scale for commercial pUrp Ses. The to The
Some the fruit freeze during an unusually following men have been drawnto e
,The.moat complete line of wood bargains-Square edge sid- the same lot out to the street. Mr. large and luscious Japanese plum was '
severe winter, but the tree serve as jurors at the fall term .
and oil heaters. Jones Hardware. jing' $12 per M, ceiling at $8. A few grown
Bennett will the last named
I'I window occupy recently introduced into this countryand on a Trifoliate root is practically immune of the Bradford county circjiit court. ;
screens at 10 cents each.i ,
When you want good sound corn i,1 I Quigley Lumber and building and the Hemingway market at once became a favorite with from frost. Plant orange trees Wynn, S. J. .....-....____11....(7) ,

can on us. Hull's Department Store.! __Supply_ __.Co._ will use the building vacated by Bennett the F'-opte It is already cultivated and add to.the wealth and resources Thomas, 0. L ....___.___,_....((1) : ;

A few watermelons appeared on> rather extensively, but the supply cannot of this favored section.ftiffiff4ftttftit. Mansell, J. F. .-..--.---._--...((6). '

Embroideries at Leviton's. the local market this week. The melons keep up with the demand. A hint Waters, J. E- ---.--...-..J.____(9) ,

', Mr. L. L Bedenbough, of Ham were so small that they were sold The marriage of Mr. John G. K.1- of this kind ought to be sufficient for + Dyal, David ---------.....J__,..((5) .
by the quart5 cents for lum, of Tallahassee, and Miss Ruth us. Wo have the soil and the climate + Shipman E. B .___._ "
ton was in Starke on business Satur- a single I + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 -:,.,,....(e).
daJ. quart or two quarts for 25 cents. Bogardus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. best suited to the culture of the Japanese +- 4 Phillips, D. J. .........--J....(7) -

Mr. W- H. Conibear, of Lakeland, took persimmons and an unlimited ++ ++++++ +++++ + +*++ + Odom, F. P. -------_.._--_._:__..(2) .

'.,,Ht. L W. Thigpen, of Brooker, was T. R. Canova and family movedfrom place Thursday evening, October 15, market for the fruit. The obvious Tison, J. O -.....-..___?.___'fc__.(4)

t visitor to the county seat Sat -'i town to the J. H. Cedrick farm at the home of the bride's parents. thing to do, then, under she circumstances FOR RENT-Two store rooms in Crosby, A. S. -----......:: ...-1.._((6)
** i Tuesday. MrCanova will operatethe The friends of the couple here extend is to persimmons. This central location on Call street. J.
grow Loadholtz, W. E. ......-,..-....(2)
Xr. C. V. Jackson farm for Mr. Cedrick during the congratulations. Mr. and Mrs chance to make money is as plain as W. Morgan. Sullivan, R. D. -......-..-.j,...(6)
I made a business coming year. Kellum will be home
,trip to the Florida metropolis Tues- 10 at after November an elephant's proboscis. The first FOR SALE-600 bushels of first-class Murphy, Jackson .-..-.._.._1.._(2) ;

..,; : The marriage of Mr. Albertus E. at Tallahassee. principle of business is to find out peanuts. Henry Summers, Lulu, Thomas, 0- A. --..-___._:.....:;;._.(2)

'Ii I Wall, of this city, and Miss Lillian what people want and then supply Fla. 10-16-41. Kuhl, W. B. .---------...._*...(6)

See_ us ,for galvanized corrugated Fair Armstrong, of Madison will' Mr. Charles E. Brown, of Eliza- that want. Grow persimmons.The Bennett, R. D. ----..---.:.-i,--.(1) ; '

,. Inri roofing. Hull's Department take place at the home of the bride's'parents j I' beth, N. J., visited Mr. and Mrs. J. F FOR SALE-2 pool tables, practically Harris, J. J.(6)! : ( ;

Store.Koo. in Madison on Wednesday, Martin here last week. Mr. Brown words "pecan" and "profit" begin new, and full outfit, $100; cabbage I 1 I Shaw, J. M. Jr. ---------;.-._...((5)

,t '' October 21. is an experienced peach grower who with the same letter. To a certain plants in a few days, onion plants. Johns, M. L. ..........--i-r--.(6)

? oil-just what you have been has been investigating this section extent the words are synony 2 mules, 1 cutter, 1 mowing machine Adkins(I J. E. -_----.-...4..:, _.((5) '

T-Qaiglep Lumber & SUilPlyI Mr. D. W. Alvarez is packing his with a view to locating here. He is mous. Pecans are nothing if not pro and plows for rent or hire. S. ( Osteen, S. R. ..-------------i..--((4) .

:I pecans and estimates that he win very much impressed with the possibilities fitable. Almost all the pecan trees L. Alvarez, Starke, Fla. 10-9-2t Douglass, J. E ...____._.__,.. .._(3) <

S iltn.. J. M. Truby returned Tuesday have about 200 pounds. They are the of fruit growing here and will in this section this year, wild and I Thomas, S. C. _._.._...._.._,__((9) ,
I,Van Deman probably become resident. budded, are bearing prolifically and LOST-Last Saturday night betweenHopson's
". j i .... her' summer vacation in the I': veriety, large and fancy, a ,: Reddish, J. J.(6)(
';c. I and sell readily for 50 and 60 cents everybody who has pecans for sale Theatre and E. Guann's'residence : Croft, M. C. ---__........,.. -(3) :: 1i.
: ", J. I a pound. Hon. R. R- Tomlin, of Plant City, wishes he had more to cell, and he small lady's gold watch Chancey, F. M.(2); ( ,": .;",.

; J. Adams was in New Riven,; state supervisor of convicts, was in could soon have more to sell if he with hunting case and Roman gold McRae, H. M _______._.__ --___((6) ,

; :Jtofeasional business Tuesday and Polly Ann Green: was adjudged insane Starke Monday and Tuesday on his would plant more trees. Pecan trees pin. Return to this office and receive Andrews, B. D ..-----..--,-. -.(8) ),;

'.'Wedeaday..,. 11 Thursday by a committee composed round of inspection. Mr. Tomlin is respond readily to good treatment: reward. 10-9-2t Clemons, James Jr. ____..y- ._(3)1. '
of Drs. A. H. Freeman an old newspaper man and while here They will quickly attain a large sizs '
: i and J. Edwards, Lacy R. ...... _4.__(6)
euload coat initials A. W. M. :
of ,
wire field
fencing at P. Tomlinson .
"fetctfo I and Mr. W. W. Baisden paid the Telegraph a friendly ca 11. if they are cultivated and properly Barnett National Bank book few Thomas, E- C. ______._..--1-__(5)( '"
: prices. Quigley Lumber & and wil Ibe He ,
committed to the says that the general business depression fertilized for growth. They will bear
state .. ,
Redding, Henry .u.(1)(
Co. letters in f
I pocket, Woodman pin itlal ,
t .. .'- I hospital at Chattahoochee. has not seriously affected more and more abundantly every year Prescott S. s. \ ..:.. ((5)). ;
1 between Lincoln City and J ------------ ) J
.JK **"''Wirren Rosier, of Raiford I W. A. South Florida and that things are if they are cultivated, sprayed and Halligan's.. Reward if returned Howard, J. S. __________1-__..._-(9)
Crosby, of
... **** I Ii I was look- still moving down there. liberally fertilized every year. If theyare Cason, R. ------------------(7) .
,'?........_ business in Starke last kg after business affairs to F. L. Turner, Hull's store. j
i { in this will bear '
;---T. city neglected they probably Craning, W. B. _________-_:.._
.- t yesterday. Mr. Crosby has for twoor The Ladies' Musicale will meet in indifferently every other year. Buy NOTICE OF REMOVAL. :- (3)j j

1 ** R. H. Barbour of three years been: interested in the the school auditorium next Mondayafternoon land while it is cheap and plant pecan !,-;
Jacksonville. ;
crosstie NOTIC&2 I
.b. 'd her parents, Mr. and Mrs- S. Gainesville business in this section- October 19, at 3:30 o'clock. groves and be independent I in I have moved my office from the 4 'f1 +-

... Sun. All members are urged to be your old age. The day of cheap landis .. '
this -
: week. present building on Call street occupied by Persons holding checks given by ,

1 J):! A' The county commissoners Officers recently elected for the passing in this section. Buy land the Starke Drug Co. to the office on F. N. Andrews, ex-Treasurer of |l rady '.J': :._

i tdda of lumber, sash, doors, session Wednesday for the were in ensuing year are as follows: President row and start a grove or a fruit 0:r- Thompson street recently vacated b trod county, in payment of scrip! will .\f- ;.
: :
; "in fact, everything for revising the registration purpose of Miss Marvick; Vice-president, chard. Dr. E. T. Campbell, and will be pleased please mail or bring same H the ,
i and improving( your home, to The Mrs. A. M. Darby, Directress, Miss to friends the 1 clerk's office and w'll be
..: iM ;' list of names stricken from the books Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly meet my at new o- county sam .
.It the Lois
i : Quigley Lumber & appears elsewhere Peek; Secretary, Mrs. D. E. cation. Phone No. 64. identified and payment authorized.By .
v. Ce. in this issue of The Old Standard general atreazthmine teak. a
'/fe: .,.. the Telegraph. Knight; Treasurer, Mrs- J. P. Toralinson. -I GRO\ 'TASTELESS chill TONIC dnvei i J. P. TOMLINSON, M. D. order of state auditor. ; '
: :' >Ialaria.enrichestheblood. ndboild Clerk.
10-9-2L W. Ts. WEEKS:
Urn. A true tonic. For adults and children, SU .
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Friday October
_. 16th.
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TALE'{gFi. HUNTING- THE, ,- FOX.! -- ," MIIIUSl C NoTIC101. the ,WfUUtar.ELECTION.WHEBEAS. 1113.. under ''YDU'NEED i

TQr Curious Military Maneuver-of the Old"Uninform.d" the tonttituUon of 188t. of the lUte of Flor WIPEDA
zt ida. did put three! Joint mohitiou propwi&g -
Militia. .amendment to tile constitution of the l ,.
,4.ceordiDff to'so good tn authority u lUte of Florida 'and the same were anted : "

.; There It. .:St. od; Yet Itf, Never the'late'General: Watts fle 1' 1 ter. A'Very RawRecruit-Who" ., ,:Got.' aVery to ben by elected a vote t of oeaeb tore home-aftm; that of all the the votes__ot SENERALTONIC-( GRQE

ear -grIl dtatlle 'pr dic du; maneuver t said Joint raoratione were entered upon their
:t Been "Erected." I I their annual that Warm' Reception.HIS respective Journal, with tile yea and nay
at "general training" thereon, and they did determine and direct 'w?
f wu perhaps the acme of military f b>>- that the said Joint resolution' he submitted to The -JM-tV
'" sordid His description of It U quotedIn the electors of the state at the setters election Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chiji Tonic is Eau

i ',: CLEVER f EVASION ,OF_ THE: LAW Us biography by"Mr. Frank AllabtTK ,CLASH WITH: "OlD BULL" i Now in November therefore, I 114., H.;Clay 'Crawford, 'secretary Valuable as a General Tonic_because it Acts on the Lw tar;

I, 1 trafn1nr'in Cooperatown'"'of the old 1.saw fashioned. V general"unln- hereby five of state notice of that the a state of Florida do !Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the"Blood I and Builds': J 'I G'

Th Curfew Place Where John K. lorD e4"'mlUtfa."u'aom.'peqple. Ignorantly After:tka Quits I Informal Introduction be held in General each county EUcticn'U in Florida an 'the Whole SyrsFemT FI7GrownPeopfe= ; .and-GhUdfoL__ p: t'

Graves Out' His 'Shot and inserting second used to Tuesday next succeeding- the ant Monday in ? "'' '
Turned "n
to_the.Colonel: '.Was. Effected;he Tables ; :
November A. D.1914. the said Tuesday being
t Bulltts and. th. Contract 'the'Co gitl call them, not altogether"without Jufr; I I Turned and "Corporal Suds" Got the You know what yon are taking when you take Grort'i Tasteless ehiH T /l

Declared Had Not Been Broken.. tire. The concluding eveUtton'was Intricate a Dose of His Own Medicin*. the'' Third Day ef November M the formula is printed en every abel showing that H contains the wen *::
'or ratification or rejection of the said 1
but not calculated to inspire respect joint resolutions' proposing amendments to the teak properties oi QUININB and IRON. It Is as strong as the ItroaJat iS :;;

The late Senator Allison. whose for the warriors who executed It. General E. v'. Sumner,,,who was long I constitution of the state of Florida ,vis.: tonic and is in Tasteksa Form.' It has no equal for l&laria, Chills -'-

home was at Dubuque, la. thoroughly It was railed "hunting the foi. A. distinguished colonelin command 'of the "Fighting A Jelftt ResemttaProposing Weakness general debility and loss of appetite. and :
GiveliteandvillatoH' t'
an Amendment to Section Six
enjoyed humor and a good story. One officer 'all lace and buttons Seventh"' cavalry, Wns'known to the (e), of Article Eight (8). of the constitution Mothers and Pale. Sickly Children. I Remotes Bflioauess without :;

day tvben in a reminiscent mood Mr. and wearing a' very tall feather, led along rank and' file of regiment as "Old of the state of Florida relating to county officer Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouse the liver to '; ;
Allison narrated the following story ; line of'patriotic citizens armed BulL" His gruff manners have *. 1Cti0ll
. may Be it resolved by" the legislature of the state purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. Complete Strew W'r
based upon facts, which is worth a. with gleaming bayonets, in single or had something to do with the nickname of Florida: No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist. We .'.
place among tales extraordinary: Indian file to the sound of martial music but it 'came to him fairly by In- That the following amendment to SectionSix mea It.,11;.
I (8), of Eight of the constitution
"Along about 1SCO. ,when the west : The leader made himself the spin- heritance. His father. General Sum- of the state of Florida(8)is hereby agreed- --- ,_' ,-

I- was yet quite new, a number of business dle of a spiral) movement until the ner. bore it before him. 'o and shall be submitted to the electors of -

t, men In Dubuque conceived the warrior: 'uLo bad previously been When the Seventh was stationed at he state at the general election to be held on .
I 'he first Tuesday in November, A. D. 1914
Idea of establishing ,a plant for the formed round an open square were Fort Grant Arizjua a very raw recruit or ratification or rejection: THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER: :

manufacture of shot 'and bullets. At wound up round him Itke'a tight watch was sent on from Kansas City. As Section 6. The legislature shall provide for successfuhrcmedyforRheamstismBloodpoi: : <
he election by the qualified electors in each
I the time there was no factory of that spring.I usual the men persecuted him from aunty of the following county officers: A P P all Blood Diseases. A wonderful tonic fcr bon; f

I sort nearer than St. Louis and. with wondered.how they,could ever un- the start. He returned meekly from Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff, Constables PF.and women. Has been manufactured for the .:

I a lively 'demand for ammunition it twist themselves, when the commandergave the ordnance stores with the informa- a. County Assessor of Taxes a Tax Collector 35 years. At all Druggists, .J SI.CO. 1-
a Superintendent of Public Instrue-
I was figured that a shot tower would an order In a voice like Ajax defying tion that "left handed ramrods" were ion and a County Surveyor. The term of V. UPPMAN CO., Savannah GLHer&S ? f;

pay like a.California gold mine.. The the thunderbolt and-they all sat all gone: without batting an eyelash he office of all county officers mentioned in this
down In one another's laps! The effect section shall be for four years, except that .,
tlmt'tlie in
tower was built, the necessary machinery reported sergeant chargeof .f County Assessor of Taxes and County Tax
was put in at large expense wan startling.' 1 looked up to my the lost i exchange swore at him Collector who shall be elected for two years

. and production began father with inquiring eyes. Even hej I|i when be applied for his "butter until at tie general election to be held in the
of I vnr A. D. 1916 when and after which they
!. "For a time business was quite satisfactory was impressed. He made a gesture I II 'I I checks." They took his last two bits ,"all be elected for a term of four years
silence and attention The music had
away from him in the canteen in some Their powers duties and compensation sha'lKe
; then demand slackened. and I I ceased. Then I saw the magnificent 'I I prescribed by law. The legislature shell
ft soon became apparent that the enterprise hocus pocus same. After supper he was. nrovide by law for the care and custody of ,
rise like the bead of a Jack in
t plume the of nil county funds and shall
"blanket tossed" until arms the provide the methodf
would never develop any Stand the box when the spring is touched. reporting and paying ont ill such funds. ..
j ard 011 dividends. After a time some He gave another order and round him tossers grew weary and three times Provided County Treasurers elected in Gen-
of the stockholders became disgusted that eight his bunk collapsed amid 'rI Electio nheld in 1914 shall hold office for
rose that roil of armed men: and aa .be term elected
i t with the wholo business and roars of merriment The recruit then
; practically they rose music's voluptuous swell-or .I A Joint Resolution
, offered to give away their holdings. rather voluminous swell for the majority gave up the struggle and lay shivering Proposing an Amendment to Section 16
the floor until morning. of Article IV of the constitution of the sta'.f ..
"Among them was John K. Graves:!, of instruments were drums-filled upon neither -. Florida relating to the appointment of Whcro Ych Get
)' who afterward became a power In the whole air with sonorous sounds He murmured nor com ommissioned' officers of the state militia: x.
plained. In fut he seemed to be so unsophisticated .eit resolved by the leg'slature of the state
eastern Iowa politics. Graves quietly and 1 saw that magnificent plume unwind of Florida ,
that when he asked his : .
: bought up the stock as it was offered the coil with the same majesty That the following amendment to Section I -
room corporal where be could have ' which it bad wound it
getting practically ell of it eventually with up.
some washing dine the corporal witha State of Florida is hereby agreed to and shall
, j on the basis of 5 or 10 cents on the V submitted to the electors of the state for t tr *
of his thumb indicated the $
jerk commanding -
adoption the
or rejection at next general
dollar. Just wbnt Graves wanted this j
I THE :iISTORY OF MANKIND.It officer's house on the corner "lection hereafter; that is to say that See-
stock for bis: associates in the venture ion
over 16 of Article TV shall be amended so as
of the Iwrude. "Go to that big
could not figure: out but they did not to read as follows:
I May Fill a Library or Be Told In a bouse." the corporal directed. "Take .Section 16. The governor shall apoo'nt all ;
: lose any sleep over that They were Very Few Words. your bundle with you and ask for Old ""nmmissioKd officers of the state mflitfa. in- Tires Tubes and Accessories
tickled to death to get anything out of luding an adjutant general for the state. J
the dead enterprise. It bad been losIng Anatole France tells us the story ofa Bull. He takes in. all the washln at with rank of brigadier general who stall be .. J.
certain Eastern king who was young this post." -Mrf of staff The defies and compensation f
money for some time. f all officers appointed Ihalf J/e fixed that
) And here
so as that
"Soon after this the war broke out and conscientious when be ascendedthe Gnu'Jllnt| his little bundle, the green )y law. The terms of office of all eonrmiaioned means you get
throne of his fathers and therefore lad from Kansas City shambled across officers of the organized militia shalT be
.. Graves Instantly saw his opportunity.War the for '
-ontinuous during the pressure of the gover- most
calling together the most learned doctors the Kirup. mounted the colonel's front your money.
be enacted
makes great quantities of bulletsDecesaa1'1. or: subject to such laws as may
in the laud be bade them write a stoop md iuimc-eutly pulled the door )y the legislature providing for their retirement -
and be made
preparationsto history of mankind, "for." be said. "If bell. The joke was an old one, as Old for age or other causes. Most miles dollar and "
supply them. He indulged in certain A Joint Re r.tJaft. per mgst
; statements concerning his plans 1 would rule aright I must know the Bull! had never been known to answer Proposing an amendment to Section One of

and purposes In the presence of per story of things past and of kingdoms the bell in person and wore than one judiciary.Be Article V. of the constitution, relating to the comfort per mile. ,

sons he knew would flash the informa come Had gone" The doctors bowed recruit had learned the way to "Soap- it resolved by the legislature of the state I

Von to a St. Louis concern and his and went their way. I suds row" after a tongue lashing from of That Florida the :following amendment to Section' Firestone quality has led ine i

I. scheme worked admirably. Inside of Thirty years passed, and the king the commandant's dusky maid of all One of Article V of the constitution is hereby world for fourteen There is
two weeks a man whom Graves knew had forgotten his command when to work. And as she had threatened to agreed to and shall be proposed and submitted years. ,

'to be a representative of the St Louis his palace came a train of fifty camels scald the next man who bothered her or rejection to the at electors the next of the general state election for approval1 berg no argument about it. '

shot tower company called upon him bearing each ten mighty volumes. The about.his washing the tip was passed after, that is to say said Section One of i

and in the course of the conversation king asked the chief doctor ?eb. what aloe: from troop to troop and tbe men aa said follows Artcle: shall be amended' so as to read' But because they have the largest ,400 -

brought up.the subject of stock in the the train might mean. swarmed out on the verandas to seethe Section 1. The iudicial'power of the state d

> Dubuque company. After several days ."It is the history of mankind.;. re- fun. shall be vested in a supreme court,, circuit best equipped tire factory*and only thet-
r ,
courts court of record! of ESeambia county,
of dickering nod bantering Graves unloaded plied the sage. Hut just as the recruit pulled the bell criminal courts county courts county judges notch men, the prices are right. ;;

his entire holdings of 'stock at The king bade them return and wh should step out but Old Bull himself and justices of the peace and such other courts .;

over fifty cents on the dollar realizing abridge the history so that be might Looted and sparred) for his morn- or tIme commissions to time ordain as the and legislature establish. may The from leg- Call and See h

4 a small fortune read It and not spend the residue of lag ride 'sTature may prescribe the compensation of tile 01

"By the terms of the agreement tils life upou the task. "What do you want here?" he tb-wj- justices and jadpes of the several' courts but 1'on-Skid. -Smooth Tread AIL Ijpes-AU SIz ss
no court heretofore established under the core- f
however Graves legally bound himself Ten years more passed when the dared surprised) to see an enlisted man stitution and laws of Florida shall be hereby

I not ,to erect a shot tower within a doctors returned with five camels bear at his front door. abertshed. DEWITT C. JONES

hundred miles of Dubuque within ten ing each ten mighty volumes. The "I-I-I wanted to, see about gettto nosed The amendments votes eat in, and compliance the canvass with said declaretions pro- STARKE FLORIDA

years. The representative of the St king, grown old and irritable bade these sh-shirts nnd socks done up. and returns thereof shvfl be subjected I -
Louis concern had 'o fie same regulations and restrictions as are ,
scarcely got beyond m-mlster.
them to abridge the history Into'one stammered! tee frightened Provided by law for general elections in the
c. eight of Dubuque. down the river until book, "for." said he. "1 have a great recruit "They told m. to come over I state of Florida.

Craves sent in an order for a complete desire to read the history before I die." here and ask for Old Bull." be added. IN TESTmtoNY'wEEREOrr :: j'
I equipment of machinery for a new The doctors began their toil again -Well I'm Old Bull:" roared 'the- and affixed hereurrnr the great set1 my seal'hand of .4
hot making plant While awaiting Many died. and while the book wa colonel. "You come along with me and (Seat) the state of Florida at TaPlahassee. When You Want
its the capital; this the
I anteying."Dnbuque still unfinished, the king too. fell sick point out the nan that sent yon over twenty-fifth day of July, A.

with a mortal malady. On his deathbed ,ht>re." be went on as he- grasped the D. 1914 r
Is situated partly upon a astonished youth and hurried him toward H. CLAY CRAWFORD. t'A
he summoned Zeb. for a consuming ".-In. Secretary of store
lofty bill or series of hills and the In-
desire had come upon him to know the troop) quarters: I' Horse A Miile
land country is extremely rough. When the history before his spirit left him The crowds upon the'verandas melt NOTICE OF ELECTION I .4

I. wandering among the bluffs Graves The doctor came. ed away as Colonel Sumner approached To the sheriff of Bradford County of the I ,

ame well upon Shortly the afterward excavation of a deep "I die in sorrow." said, the king. "for but tbe guilty corporalwas found State Be of it known Florida,:that I. H. Clay Ctawf&rd.I I .1

there was I have not learned the history of mankind raking in the trop Imroolntbop. Some- secretary'! of State of the State of'Florida; do I'
Mnriderable activity: In that hereby give notice that A
a A
I ." heated language ensued, and then at I Buggy Wagon
General Eleetinc
f force of men I
was employed to
remove -
the As the king sank back the doctor the end of the iwlnful interview Old1 wilt be hId in Bradford'county; Stair ef I ,
debris and the hole .
was enlarged Florida,
onTuesday next succeeding the first
t Bull delivered himself thus:
and bricked up. ,A lateral Incision bent over him and whispered. "Men 'fomfey in November A. K 191(; tbe- said I.
Vere suffered and then "Corporal. 1 ought to have-you court:, Ttiesdfey befnr theThird
born they
was made into the side of the
Watterson in Louisville martialed. 1 could have yon*. stripes Day November I A Set of Harness
bluff they died.-IIenry -
striking the main vertical shaft For United States Senator from the State I.
taken and about
a hundred feet from the surface Courier-Journal. away see thatyou'got nf I Honda for six years- from March 4,
1 open. into the I could VIS
thirty days bargain or
i !Q8. Here a room was dug out and '.' Representative from- the S eoad' Cbntnvsstonal -
have fined Rut
you'vebeen' one'of I
ibr-hftcd up and prepared for the recep- Weight of Water. you District of the State of Florida

stlon .of machinery. By the time this The weight of water is as follows: my best noncoms. Your! always! States.the Silly-fourth CMgrsss- of the United Come to See Us

,' work had been completed the outfit arrived Note Center of pressure .two-thirds sober and a good shot and' so Fin not For Commie,'oner of A....Seultureof1 he ,

I and was quickly installed. Within depth from surface. golo; to take your chevrons, your liberty ,'ate of Florida.

L two or three months of the time of 1 cubic inch. .itti: 17 pound. or your money away from yon fe For State two of Justices Florida.of the Supreme Court of We buy in car lots and give our cus-
But[ since such
disposing of .434 you're an expert on For Two Railroad' Gossamssionert.
the stock of the Dubuque 12 cubic inches pound. the
t concern Graves had the new suburban 1 cubic feet (salt W.3 pounds. anmJrv matters I order'your t> do this 'lite For of FktUs. tomers the benefit of the lowest Jtrices.J. .
two members of the House ot Representatives
(Outai ixxind feet freh). (515 pounds. mans washing on the front porch of
; establishment in fulltfost. 1 cubic ( of the State .f Florida
producing bullets and shot 1 cubic foot 4SC2;:: 0. S. gallons. theRe; quarters every Monday: morning: For County Assessor of Taxes.:

"Of course news of the new factoryspeedily Iii cubic feet. 1120: pounds. at guard mount. For Tar County Collector.For Treasurer.

readied! the St Louis concern, 33.84 cubic feet :!.:!toO pounds. "And you he bellowed, taming to For Five County Commissioners.' J. W. ANDREWS & SON
For three Members of the Board
and they sent an attorney to Dubuque 1 cylindrical inch. .0-JS42 pound the- recruit and shaking gauntlets of Publie Instruction. County

loaded with l'Ontrnctnnd receipts and 12 ('yllndrlcaIIDt'ht'li. .341 pound. at him. "you see that yoa have at For Justice of the- Peace. its audi tr the

I paraphernalia for making trouble. The 1 cylindrical foot. 40.10 pounds.- least two suits of underclothes and the following Justice Districts, vii: l

lawyer called on Graves and plainly Pittsburgh Dispatch.Weights: seven pairs of socks- for Mm every Number Number One.Two.Numt..1' .

told him that if be did not shut up week. And if be don't wnsh'em dean Three. I

chop he would get the law on him of Shoes. you report to Old BulL that's me!" Number Number Five.Four. Starke, FloridaWUWuJwLqhsLnJ

quick. Graves replied that he did not In Ilaverhlll. Mass., where they And thereafter for several months: Number Eight. ,

; understand he had violated any law know they say that a pair of x men'sdress until a band of Tonto, basin Apaches :Number Nine.
For Constable in and fanth& following
or any pledge nnd that be would go sho** weighs a little more than went on n rampage and save them h-ti.. District,. diet
right along making bullets suggestingto two pounds a pair of men's street more serious things to- think about the umber: Two. --
: than two and a half men of the Seventh: looked forward :Number Three. On this 3rd day ot October. A. Di I9tt. on cent of the total amount of arty such bid ts
the attorney that he start proceedings I shoes a little more Number Four. read ng the foregoing petition it is ordered secure compliance tith the terms of the mi
: The attorney invited Graves' attention pounds and a pair of work shoes bappily to Monday morning guard Number Seve:!. iy the court that t. hearing be had upon the bid.The
to the bond given by the latter three pounds or more. A woman's mount. The noncommissioned laundryman Number Eight same on the 4th day of November. A. D. 1914, board of p.blic instruction for till
Number Nine. before said court at Jacksonville fa said district County of Bradford, State of Honda.
that be would not engage In the mnnu- shoe weighs about three-quarters of a became known as "Corporal 2a testimony whereof 1 have hereunto set at ten o'clock in the forenoon and that L. w. KCKLITER. l
I facture of shot or bullets within 100 pound. A pair of silk pumps may Suds" and was teased about the affair m? hand and affixed the great seal of the. tine thereof be published in the Bradford 3-11-41. ChairmanMASTER'S
State of Florida at Tallahassee the capital. County Telegraph
\ a newspaper printed in
miles of Dubuque for ten years. Graves weigh only a pound. IndianapolisNews. until the day a piece of Spanish shrap- l'.is the Tweaty-fonrtb day of August A. IXU14. said district, and that all known creditorsand SALE.

contended that he had entered into no nel cut short his existence.-Youth's other persons in interest may appear at i Notice is hereby given tint under sndJT
K CLAT CRAWFORD .id time and place and show cause if any virtue of that a'rain final decree of foil'
such covenant; he had pledged himself Companion. f1.. S.) Secretary of State. they have why the prayer of said petitioner tosure made and endered the 28th daJ.-
not to 'erect a shot tower' and'asked Would Need a Tank. To S. B. Denmark, Sheriff Bradford Cously. should not be granted. September, A. D. 1914. by the Judge of JZcircuit
8-28-9L And it is further ordered court of. tha Eighth Judicial Chwof
visit to by the court that
Dr. Arnold was paying a one
the attorney If be had erected a shot rw-
Consistent. the clerk Ihalt send by mail to all known Florida in and for Bradford county
tower. The attorney said that wasboy's of his patients young mother. "The people who say that women RASTER'S:: SALE. ered'tors notice of said petition and this order ida. in chancery sitting in favor of S. I.
1 talk that such byplay would not "You must let the baby have one 4 Notice is hereby given that under and by addressed to them at their places of Johns complainant, and against W. T. SaY
; are Inconstant and inconsistent" declares virtue of a final decree of foreclosure: made ;nMrience 8IJ. stated. on, Lenora Saxon D. E. Knight as tr ..
go in a court of Justice cow's milk to drink every day Mrs the philosopher of folly "are and rendered the 2nd day of September. A. Witness the Honorable Rhydon M. Call. of the' estate of Wt T. Saxon. bankrupt .
"The tried and notwithstanding Burrell." he said D. 1911. by. the lodge of the circuit court of :ndpe of the said court, and the seal thereofat Frank Hicks. defenlants, the undersignedoffer
was -
dead wrong. A few years ngo a girl Jacksonville for hours of s
the Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florda.; in and in said district on the 3rd sale during the legal
that every Inch of ground was "Very well doctor. If yon say so. ol told me she was just twenty-two and for Bradford county Florida in chancery in say of October. A. D. 19M.EUGEXK. on Monday the te.nd day of November ll.ita
G contested by the St Louis concern course I will." replied the perplexed favor of Jennie M. Hodges Hoffman and her D. DODGE to the highest and: best bidder for rash
she sticks the '
to same figures today.-
husband R. R. Hoffman and W. & Harvard true copy. Clerk. following deserib!q 'propert,. to-wit-
tt. which had able counsel. Graves won. young: woman "But I really don't see Cleveland leader.A complainants and against Ethelena Campbell The following d, er.bed; lands situatfclJM

tat The St Loup lawyers could not make how be Is going to hold it all."-Uppiucott's. and her husband E. T. Campbell defendants and being in g.itdford county Florida ".
the undersigned will offer for sale before the NOTICE OF SALE OF SCHOOL BONDS Northwest qusrU. of northwest quarter tf
the Jury believe that Graves: bad'ereet- court house door at Starke. Florida during Hereby' notice is given that section twenty-nfte, township seven, south g
'" ed' a shot tower. And so be went right Man's Income. I the legal hours of sale on Monday, November noon of Monday the 8th day on of or before range twenty-two, east except five acid OW
"At what periml in life should a Jnd. 1914. to the highest and best bidder for 19H. at the October northeast corner. {also except one and
on pouring melted lead into the hole Got Too Gay. o-.ce of F. G. SchelL! snpennten-- half in
cash the following descried: real estate lying acres nortowest corner.
in the top of the hill and gathering up Harry-So you've lost your Job on the mans ir.cume He largest: ? and being in the town ol Starke. County of county dent of in public iastruction for Bradford J. C. POPPEt W
"It Is 1I 1I\lIy re'lorted to be l largestat Bradford State of Florida Starke. Florida the undersignedwill Special lla+
| ; to-wlt-
I had
shot and bullets in his brick room 100 moraine daily: Chawly-Yes. receive: bids for the purchase of school A. V. LONG
Lots one two. three and four of block
the of his life in which his one
feet below and became a wealthy charge of the birth wedding and fu Ilt'rilld of J. G. Alvarez's addition to Starke sec- bonds to be issued by special tax district No. 10-2-St. Solicitor for Comp
wife tries tn iin\v the court how much tion twenty-eight, township six. south of Twenty-three. of Bradford county Florida
and with I Idea of
man"-Frank 1. Stilliuan In St Louis npralTlt..up an in the of
sum $15,000,000 said ChlJdrC"
lie nM range twenty-two east bonds to be How To five; Quinine To
alimony i* |aySL Louis
Republic. being: original 1 headed the column A. S. CREWS. dated January 1. 1914 payable to bearer *
"Bt>lIA. Knells and Yells." and the boss I'uxt-IMsuti! b. Special Master in Chancery twenty years after the date thereof with interest FEBRILINB Is th*thirade-mtrk nsme gives to>
A. Z. ADKINS at the rate of 6 per cent per annum improved Quinine' :It is Tasteless Syrup P:T
The rood ambition travels Is too narrow fired -Birmingham AgeHerald.Evils 0-2-ot. Solicitor for Complainants. payable _iaDnually'OD the first day of ant to take and OKI not dis-orb the stom
for frlondsUip. too crooked for Then i is noth'ns i'I,"'. to n ifln of January: and July of each year. Children take it aiM never know it is 4wp10s cu*
PETITION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. Each bidder for the whole of Also especially adapted to adults who
love. too rrzseJ for honesty, too dark that are passed should not be N>II!. ': t \..\*- 'IMH'PUpirn .'VKytiq&! taTut L". S. District Canst. such bonds will be required to deposit any part with take ordinary Qui De. Does not ssusette"-

I for science mourned-ltalian Proverb. n('.... -1 I" "'lIutni;' Southern District' Florida. his bid in cash or by certified check payable cause nervousnesj or ringing in the hUd..111
I In the matter of J. F. it tbe next time yam need Quinine for K,
White. Bankrupt U> the order of the board of public instruction '
Art for os'ice package.
In the matter of petition for final for Bradford pose. original
..rC-- discharge. County, Florida: B pert name FEBJUUSKu bluwn in boUl 15
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'Sounds Queer You Jump From. "
Sixty-nine to Sixty-ten.
1 h, ;" i It is usually assumed among civilized
From I nations that they all count alike and : The Thermometer Verdict Is Very MIGHTY
Stra-aOdd ,
b AD that they use the decimal system. Ina Misleading at Times. I II
Heads: Down to Heads.Up. general: way this Is Quite true. And t

,, yet the French have a very peculiar I
way of countIng. which seems to have
MAN'LIES' ON HIS BACK. 'been devised by some one obsessed That's
ONLY |WhatThey all -
with the idea of the circle or at least Say ;

M Undi8' During-Slumber It Not Uncommon of Instead a segment of of making the circle.100 the basis of Atmospheric Wind Exercise Conditions an Influence., Moisture Over and the About Our Famous ,Une of ,j:

Among Animal. and SoMetimes the removal of the digit to the third
Human Machine That Is Lost Upon ,
lei Serves as a Support. place, that individual stopped countingat ',
On a Mass of Mercury In a Glass Tube. rI
CO and then devised two quite cum 1
, Pius of the Sloth and the Lemurs.
bersome methods of getting up to 109. Do not let the thermometer fool you. '
. Steep Indeed- a "gentle thing.It The French like the rest of us, count It Is a very deceptive instrument for I ,

; fc the,sopremest form of rest Our up to 69 in a normal and healthy man those who do not know how to use it 1QOPROOFWHISKIESi:

lotions of rest during sleep however ner. Then when the next step is to be -and sometimes for those who do, or

"re likely to be a tittle upset when wecome taken they say"sixty-ten." and so on. think they do. '

to surrey the different postures Seventy-three is "sixty-thlrteen;" sev- You may glance at your thermometer >

Illumed by various animals during enty-nine is "sixty-nineteen." When hanging Just outside the door. Good old time whiskey that is a pleasure to drir k. Not made yesterday : :

the genius who devised French count some winter morning and see the mer- be c
to sold today but
deep.fo aged and mellow
pure, goods that have
begin with tbe human race. The ing reached this number he seems to cury standing. at zero. Phew! You ,
have been puzzled for a moment how feel stood the test of time. To those who and
of mauklnd probably sleep a shiver at the mere sight of,that want appreciate something
MjorltJ j
upon the right or left side of the to go on. Rut with true Gallic and called inge- needle of glacial metal, contracted good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best .L%i
bold leap
nuity be made a '
body| and with the knees drawn up down almost to the bottom of its tube 1 I your ,

toward floe'chin. But certain African eighty "four-twenties. as if seeking refuge, and glittering money can buy.TAKE. .
for example lie upon the back Thus eighty-one become "four-twen- there like a miniature icicle cut off
tribes ties-one," and so on. Eighty-nine is
rather the back of short
the bead or
wits Leek resting on a bar of wood support "four-twenties-nine." Here one would You wrap yourself up as for an arctic .
) on two short pillars. expect film to strike another snag. Journey before venturing out thrust YOUR CHOICE
But be liked his solution of seventy so
The elephant apparently invariably.1 t your gloved hands into your big over I
he bad so enamored
and tte horse commonly sleep, stand. well-In fact grown coat pockets, put on your ear shields,
of it-that he tried it again and
Ins this is really astonishing. Aside start on a run for your olSce or the
the apparent difficulty of maintaining ninety becomes "four-twentles-ten. railroad station in order to get your
from CUSTOMERSNumber
!is out to be "four- PACKAGES ASSORTED TO
Ninety-three figured SUIT
the balance of the body 1 twenties-thirteen" and when Victor blood into a state of defensive circulation It
tag these long periods of unconscious- -and in two or three minutes
,ices: oae would baH supposed that a Hugo was compelled to head his cele- you are streaming with perspiration!

'tecumbmt position in the case of both brated biographical novel "Quatre- You turn down your collar, open your 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY
these animals was Imperative. Cattle ,(, Vingt'Trelze"-that Is to say, "fourtwentiesthirteen" coat and find that the air Is thoughnot um b er 1 4 Qts $3.00,6 Qts $SeU
-be must have shud- 5.75,12 Qts. . .
tad their kind commonly sleep lying exactly balmy, decidedly bracing
dered the entire area of his subconscious -
hours of the over
town aati during many and agreeable.
jay. theMe_ down as when chewing sensibilities. Yet he' may. : Yet there bangs that thermometer 2 $8 50

the cad.More notThe steadily marking zero!IIt 4 Qts $3.00,6 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. .:. . .
French and even good students
curious still there are creatures has deceived you but still it has
of other nationalities who have acquired 100 PROOF RYE WA1SKEY
which invariably sleep hanging heat told the truth-yet not the whole truth Number 3

I'.downward suSl ended by their hind a French which a Frenchman only the truth as it sees it It is zero 4 Qts $3.00, G;Qts 5.75,12Qts. . $8.50
his teeth
listen to without gritting '
feet The Outs afford a case in point can
weather for the thermometer but it is
' the birds we meet with theurns do not seem to be worried at all by 'I 100 PROOF KY. BOURBON '
Among cot weather for ,
zero Evidently
you. N umber 4
French habit which if it
this peculiar
strong-- habit in the little hanging $8
t parrots of India and the Malayan were not impelled by courtesy to call a not your the body same and standards the thermometer of measurement have- 4 Qts $3.00.6 Qts 5.75,12\ Qts. . .5.t

legion. In this they differ from all "Gallicism" we would certainly call a .
other birds. *hicb invariably sleep 'barbarism."-Rocky Mountain News. I ; .. ..
But a few days later perhaps you WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES
.with the bead turned tailward over
: again at your thermometer on the :
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and tiie beak thrust In .
toe back among AT RANGOON.Where
porch as you are about to go about
the feathers between the wing and the pour business and you find that it @;L: Write for Our Complete Price List on all

body, not undo the wing, as Is com the Sun Seems to Perch In the marks a very comfortable sum of degrees .I,
monly' bellev0'''explanation has Branches of the Trees. above zero what might truly be Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South :>. :
erer'been offered to account for this ,3.
Slow boats slipped softly up the called balmy weather for winter. You .
',strange habiL U stream and others 'still slept with have forgotten the disagreement that
the penguins, wherein the feathers are quiet gurgling at their .anchors. A you had with the instrument, of sci-
short to fall completely to cover
to craning swan-like craft,with high carved ence the other morning, and you bow Chas. Blum
even the back. Owls are perhaps the
paly exception to tiM rule.. beak and outstretched wings swept again confidingly to its decree. It says Company
swiftly out to sea with rows of naked the air is comfortably warm, and the -
And by the way. tie only other animals'wUch '
brown men bending sharply at the thermometer surely ought to know, ;
: thus tur* the head backwsrdafter.th1s'fasht.n
> during sleep oars. Sampans rocked on the rising since it is its sole business to measure The largest and oldest mail order house in the South. Established over quarter of' Cen. ; .
tide and a gentle stir and stretching temperatures.You -
uT an'certain Ue necked"peculiar torWses.xartoises Certain known from! sleep ran up and down the crimson I leave off your heavy coat and POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE 188Jacksonville '.

bt. sleep while resting on one leg. running river. 'your, wraps, bare your throat and
TWs cnrioua pose Is wek seen In long A bled gushed suddenly a wondrous start bravely away for office or sta Flonda. {.I

Jefied-"birds like stork' and gulls. liquid song from the low,:'mjst covered tion. trying to feel as genial as the ,,, .
Dock-generally sleep on open water. chorea Following came f gentle breeze thermometer has assured you that the '

and t?' avoid drifting southward and I that rent the fine silver tissues rippled weather Is. But you are not halfwayto

therefore Into the danger lone they 'the stream and showed very naked your destination before a shiver :I'

keep!constantly paddling with ,one and'ugly, a low, flat Ijjngjtown. Withthe'breath'came'a runs down your back your nose be I
faint.fine,echo of comes an Icicle, ears smart and 1 J
foot W that the body alwa,. is circling SO DECEPTIVE. ffff+ 11111111111111 +.t'.. I
{oun4 the chosen sloping area. bells-languorous,, pausing tones of sil burn, and you begin to sneeze or [ MINE'R'SI
The sloths sleep suspended their ver. Then emerging from the mists cough. You feel that you have laid 4 4I 1
tat and the bead tucked In between and standing: high above the level of the foundation of a serious "cold tfany teople in Starke Fail to Realize 4 CHURCHES.

the forelegs.' The no less remarkable the brown earth gleamed a bell shaped which will probably put some moneyIn The Seriousness. 4 4 *,% *

'African pottos, or slow lemurs assume .'divinely pointed thing of gold that the pocket of your neighbor,' the 4 BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer4 nove\iei '

'a ahnllar. pose.* but they.attach t>tem- quivered dizzily for":* moment then doctor. Backache is so deceptive.It 4 relL Sunday school, 9:45 A. 4 Stationery and Cran '.

aura to a.vertical instead of a .horisoctal dimmed behind a bank of mist But if. scared by the thought of comes and goes keeps you 4 M. Morning service, 11:00; 4 high grade box paper, pooad paper,

bough so that' the body nets Next the sun leaped Into the day and pneumonia, you will return home In Hiessing. 4 evening service, 7:00. Visitors 4 correspondence cards, 'nvfelopes and
With the head upward.' No .animal strnek upon the sense like the sudden haste you will see as you glance at it letter sealing waxes.- I !> v
;1 :are man sleeps on bin back. v clash of metal cymbals. The mists in passing that the thermometer on Learn the cause-then cure it. 4 cordially invited vto worship 4 School supplies, full lint ink and! i

Home animals are said never to sleep curled Instantly and vanished the the porch still stares you' down-with Possibly it's weak kidneys.That's } with us. S } pencil tablets, lead, suttee: indelible,
-tat this because the eyes are never shadows ,withered under foot and a Its impudent assertions that the air why Doan's Kidney Pills are 'I :
, .doted. The hares snakes and flakes tare,white. light trimmed like a knife this morning is only moderately cold I so effective. 4 CHRISTIAN Rev. Ernest 4 pencils, inks, pens, drinlfog caps, pen-

; are commonly supposed to enjoy this tfce ugly outlines of Rangoon. Just about right temperature to be en- They're especially for weak 'or disordered 4 House, pastor. Services on 4 cil boxes and sharpeners, compass and.

: 'lMIY1able distinction. The notion Is, Kind and body>cry aloud for shelter JojUble and healthful. kidneys. 4 morning and evening of each + dividers and blackboard erasers.

'!1 i .however, quite erroneous. Whale and hi.the town. The sun hangs so low- .I. Now: where.U. the origin of the de- Here's a Starke case. 4 second and fourth Sunday of + Toilet articles, hair Wail lootii and

i I their kin are often quoted' as sleeplesscreatures. pevehes in the very branches of thedust ception and why are you warm when Mrs. A. E. Moitt, W Call Street, 4 the month. 4 clothes,brushes, combs, xurrprs, shay-
J fr .It Is supposed that if they streaked trees. 'It U appalling. the thermometer is cold and cold when soaps and brushes, llua-inum and
: 4 nude this mistake they would promptly and the soul whimpers at the nearness. the thermometer is warm? Starke, Fla.; says, "About a year ago* 4 + celluloid boxes. : j.
I[[ had 4 PRESBYTERIAN-No soap .
drown! kidney trouble and suffered regu4
thebald intrusion.-From "The Color The whole trouble arises from the !
As a role darkness Induces sleep. 'of the East" by Elizabeth Washburn.The essential ditTerencebetween a simple from dull, nagging backaches. I was 4 lar pastor. Sunday school at + Bicycle supplies, tire. lapps' pedals -

,With uacy animals however the re- machine consisting of n glass tube anda also distressed with headaches. I used 4 10:00 A. M.METHODIST. + bells, wheels, eta .
terse Is the'ease. as with'the bats and 4 .4 Bicycle repairing a >ecialty.i :iFlashlight
. Aiet's Antique Was Genuine.A little mercury and a complicated livIng Doan's Kidney Pills and they relieved -
owls for example/ This reversal of well *IHMI,landscape painter re- body with its multitude of interrelated me from the kidney annoyance 4 Rev. B. T. 4 batteries end bulbs, automobile .1

the usual order has been brought cently Ixjulit a lanuse l ulm-.e sofa at parts and functions. The thermometer and rid me of the backaches. I feel 4 Rape, pastor. Sunday school 4 spark plugs, '..carbide .and i

,about habits.by the nature "of the feeding a public ntiim. HP paid n large sum b3S only one roilY of feeling Justified in recommending Doan's Kid- 4 at 9:45 A. M. Morning ser4' headlight bulbs. i .. 1
for this IIl"'ni itloll.! hut was at the changes of temperature and only one
ney Pills as I haven't had an occasionto 4 vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening 4 .e
,. comes to the question. same time ,sit altogether; Certain of way of responding to theiu-viz. by Keep Stomach and Livens Healthy. r" :
.Where kidney since. You 4 service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior 4
does use a remedy
sleep begin This is
by '
its authemiify. tJt.: BO means easily answered One is inclined with \\hkb it A MS l'urt'hlst'tJ..Hut having liquid metal I iu its tube. The human I can keep on using my former en 4 Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 4 A vigorous stomach,fcemct work-
to draw the line at the insects. dorsement." 4 P. !I. Senior 4 ing liver and regular ar dnjjr:bowels is % Ii
bought In- photo HIP sofa in his body I is a heat engine continually 'radiating I Epworth League, ,
.But since all living tbiuipUnts: as studio On the first o-Tasjon on which away the heart produced withinit Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors 4 guaranteed if you will |se Ir.) King's 's

.Veil as anlnialsdispia'periodical he sat dmMi mi the sofa it collapsed by its vital processes. and its principal ask for a kidney remedygetDoan's 4 cordially invited to attend. 4 New Life Pills. They i,'su\@ good digestion j

states of quiescence perh.s we snail beneath life weight and hilt was precipitated means of feeling chues, nf tent Kidney Pills-the same that 4 4 correct constip ion :and have :-

te near the truth in regarding sleep UII tinttnur.. Items severely perature occurring outride i (elf is Mrs. Moitt had. FosterMilbUrnCo. +++++ 11111111111111 +++++ an excellent tonic effect on the whole -
M universal among living things. In bruised in the pwesx But his contusions the : and rid ;'.
through different rates at which its system-purify your 'food ,
the I Props., Buffalo, N. Y.
caw of it is '
plants enforced by did not trim" le him Observingthe .
inborn,heat is radiated away to surrounding Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. you of all body poison" through the
ferkness. save in the case of many worm eaten |11110<....> of wqod that lit-
objects or the Mimuindiui: Read the Telegraph-$1.50 ', bowels. 25c at yAir. driggist. '
a year. Only
.bacteria and fungi. which like evil tered the floor he claimed joyfully..air I rea u 0, I-gdei8apy aq} peas

deedi, grow under the cover'of dark. "After all.
it's Renuiv--Paris Letterto ,
When the air is dry on a cold morning
L-IIluairated London News. London Globe.
there is little, or no evaporation ,-<,
and the skin Is not seriously affectedby .j :
Pltaaant For the Mittreis. Not In Mourning. the cold. But if the air is charged I .
:stress (discussing housemaid! who Sir Squire RjincBoft. the famous! ;
actor with moisture the invisible water 1. i
MS given notice-Well, of course It once paid 'a visit to a si k friend
drops evaporate on touching the skin
* :aha.wants to go she must But It and brought him a basket of grapes and by their evaporation abstract heat .i / Is a Well Known Fact : j
f fJ j .,II that'owlish of her If her only reason %he friend eyed them wistfully and from the body, which feels the result jY
she wants
a change. She won'tl asked: ,
the ,
ing chill deep within. So if air I+ ,
lit! better place than "Are black ,
they ?
.this. Cook grapes still the cold does not penetrate but it ,
:i, ftaf1just what I tell the.sniy girl Bancroft had to acknowledge that I '
It Is breezy new particles of cold air -'

f ''frJ1aC-Wta.Depend: "youll only be upon going! it.,"out I says of the to they"You were see.not" he said whimsically, "in are continually more and more swept beat against: is abstracted tbe'skinend : : That there is no cheaper or better way for ; ::j

. pan IBtI) the GI'e.-LoDdoa serious cases I never"1bring bkck.Lendon ."-
.. 'Pinch.' from the body.-Garrett.P. Servlss In '

I' : '-- Globe. k Spokane Spokesman-Review. J a man to indicate his respectability and ; ;; ':

j Solemn Faced George. Leading Up to It t ,
:: ;Oar we grievance against Borrowby-Lef Beet Do I.owe Balfour and His Verb. world than the ; '=

-It' SSI800 Is that he never let George the anything? Bangs-Not a- cent you lay t Among orators present day British parliamentavy standing in the industrial by :' ; ., r
the labor leaders nsi, -
f> **know that he could ; !
Look boy. Are around
smilp. going
::1' till ai paying the longest as well as the most recondite
,the of and efficient \ '
treat ,so\emn\ visaged pertrail your little debts? f Borrowby-N6; going 'words. 11r. Balfour, however, is pretty employment bright printing ; .t
man creates the around
feeling that seeing if I'd.overlooked ,
:"yttlng average of.the Joy of living anybody. Lend me five till Saturday, hard to beat at' polysyllable dis- V {
: W mighty low day.-ToWo plays. In a speech on dualism in edn 1
to his yon?Boston Transcript *
' Bade.. cation delivered some time ago he
nsedthe, word '"dichotomize." The reporters

a S Clever Antwer. Warlike. not having heard of this: Bradford County Telegraph;
Bobbs flllow
I 1 "W 'Gentleman-Well'my boy.'and -That BJones Is a strange verb, held a consultation about

."""do.os your birthday come? Boy mighty quarrelsome song of fellow ire and sent up a message to Mr..Bal ,. ,.
J hbo baa been cautIuned Slobbs-Tes, even his own statements fur asking If their note was correct '
not to fish for ir
>VMeitsOh.. it passed by a longtime conflict-Philadelphia Record. In reply they received.a delightful Bal l. L:-::: GET OUR PRICES AND WE WILL GET YOUR WORK } ; # xF

J ?* **r next Saturday,-Life.F .. tourism: "Did I really use such a .. .
Sympathy.Mrs. word? Was Ita verb or a substantive Starke Florida:
ft.ataawhowears. Vk stockings to Thompson: -ily husband Is seriously Make it 'bisect -London Standard. Telephone 40 ;,

tiIttuI about stepping' Into the mod, ill. He's having a consulta I ,
c'" al'reaela .pm_ turn now. l.a\lndrea-Poor man. Dot Folly Is never loss pleased with iteelf. ; .
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FridavJ October lcP

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'" Stanton Gordon, do' oj -
r ". r Stanch Walter &. dead. j
.,, :...0. B. M. mo.ed irsjn county. AMERICAN NURSES ON WAY TO THE WARS wdx
I. .,ia.ic. R. G, do !' ,
Ir. ., >tjn" !i-.,.
District N.. 5.
Baxter; S. Wn moved from. county.
Items Banks. J. J. do iiW'

County News Chipley.'arden. Robert McDuff.do dead. ,. ',q'rwfA'

0 R. L,
Craig moved from county.
K ., ''ole C. E. do t
: demons, C. R.0 moved to 9.
IDta'cIdI1I.1'adt Gathered During the Week by Our >ubose H. W. moved from county.
: Davis J. N. dead.
L Regular Correspondents. Davia. R. Coo moved to 2. .
tl Hafner J. 0. moved from county.
Johns S. N., dead.
I .' Johns Beatly. do
-- Kellum J. W. do -
Lewis J. M., do
; ;. GRAHAM. you a pleasant visit,1 Gertie-. Moore, J. W., do A.:" :> Vt 1 rii'
Middleton W. E., moved ta ?. ,
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The pastor Highland Baptist a
Noble. C. H. deaL' < : +
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-w\ church, Rev. William Taylor, spent Noble. L. D.,- moved from county.
People here ire beginning to grind inboUter W. IL. dead. .
and make Hog killing last Saturday night with Rev. James Reaves. R. G.. dead. ,
cane syrup. t
'starts. H. H. moved from Bounty
I time will come soon and potato dig- Strickland, of this place.LAWTEY. Smith W. M. moved to 1.
>haw. Tolbert moved from county..
ging. We won't starve as' long as such Shaw. SoL do

tha t'lasts. {-ihaw R, L.. do
as %aw, T. M. do
Mrs. Refuse happened to a painful Take W. A. do
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Barrett, of .Veils Fred. dead.
accident a few days ago by getting Waters D. J., moved to 2. oi
home of
Saxton at
were guests
her hand torn so badly with a Yarborough, G. W. moved to 9.
i ." up Mrs. M. E. Edwards Isat Sunday.Dr. District No. (.
dynamic cap that she had to have Baker. Hardy. moved from county.
Earl L. Biggs was a visitor to 3urnsew G. W., do
two of her fingers amputated from Sorce! Dan do

,I her right hand. Starke Tuesday.Mr. Brookings C. S., do
G. H. Pearce, who has been 3 o Mr. J. D. Frier has accepted a po- Blackburn L. D.. do .
playing ball with the Dade City baseball .;arlton. W. D., d*
sition with the Phifer Bros. in their I
i Duncan. Jeff do ,
t turpentine work near BushnelL team during the past season, returned -I Oyal, Thomas V.. do +..%
home Saturday. Oekle T. J. moved to 2.
r : Elder J. B. Crews filled his appointment "aUs E. J? moved from county. 'ieT "
Miss Susie Belle Blanchard and '
Gnann Eugene do '
hero last ?
Sunday. 'linson, G. W., moved to 7.
Mrs G. W. Mixer were visitors to ,
Mr. Joseph McEver is here from Lilliard J. T.. moved from county.
i Starke Tuesday. Lane B. B., do .
Georgia to spend the winter with his Murrhee J. M., dead.
1 Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Rhoden moved McCall. Wm.. dead. ,.,
[ brother, Mr. W. T. McEver. here from Macclenny a few days McCutchen. S. J? moved from county. Photo by American Press Association. .
We need men to come to Graham ago Newmans. Gordon do f
and Mr. Rhoden has opened up a gro- Onody. Lee. dead. ,. A termer. burg-American liner renamed the Red Cross recently sailed from New Iprk with 13 ufl J
with money. We have men here, but Payne. Robert moved from county. thirty d,H tors who will care for the wounded In Europe. nurses ,
store next to the bank. I
cery Ray. L. O, do ,j,1
money. RJKgs Dennis, de :::Q .
Mr. W. E. Torode is
spending a
Bird dogs will be in good demand Palliet>p. P. P, do
: I few days this weeK in Pierson. :. Sparkman R. L.. do .. -
in a few days now. biley L. G. moved to 7.
I Mrs. R. R. Thede left last Thurs- Sharp J. R., moved from county. Compound Division. >

: i.. day for Charleston S- C. where she rvre. John dead. A Berlin chauffeur named Paul EC-
,. Wall. Marcillus. dead.
I I lf _. will spend ten days visiting relatives. Wall L. D., do : gelmann found 6,500 In notes and gold LAUNDRY
i ii Diftrf.-t No. 7. in his taxlfab. No one came forward
Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his regular Mr. G. H. Beavers was a visitor to Banks J. H., moved from county. to plalm the money, and the chauffeur, ,

, Jacksonville last Sunday.Mr. Bidsoe. G. Coo do I II
appointment at Maxville Saturday Chase D. C. dead. setting aside, temptation, reported the It
' and Sunday. Enoch Griffis is attending the Chase E. Frank moved from county. matter to the police. i
Chase D. C.. do
i Rev. Geo. Larrimore, of Brooker, Baptist Association in Clay county Dinkins I.R'dodo -' This huge sum remained according

j filled hi i* regular appointment here on this week. "" Fogg.Dixon G.W.W., do v.. .. *. ':....,.. to German law, la the police's keeping GHARLIETOM Hand Laun

I Saturday and Sunday Moore. L. V. moved to 6. for a year, a/tgrjfrhh'lil: the.Ejider ecu y
Miller, H. L.. w.
STRICKEN LIST.List dead. -\ :... claim the uT
4 )tr. 0 J. Phillips was a business of names stricken from the registra Millsr, T. E.. moved from county. .Bits his good joftup'e.blsclaimjbwa8 I ,

: tion books by the board of county commis Osteen. R. T., do .... ___. .>-.. t'wii l' -ejmann "Pr senfed

visitor Messrs.to Starke Raymond Saturday., Hess and Eddie sinners, October District 14. 1914.No. 1, -_ Osteen.Prevatt John R. R.,do do -.....- .e.. -..sGsF. ./ told'thaS va7oiis"ber" : All.Kinds of Work ponrby..Hand. Prices Right; '

Blackburn. Martin moved from count. Kt-TJiolds do : :claims would have to be settled first
Billiard and Griffin Phillips motored Blackburn J. Too do 'iVkr. J. L-do ... "' Since i the Corner Thompson Jefferson SU' Starke FIaj
Bo' en. J. E., do Twiggs J. It, do money'hnd been found in ,
over to the State Prison Farm on Pennett, J. P., do ..*.'C. I White Sam J, do fit, !i .reDistrict :ih} Berlin, the BefUn municipality was to ; -
I Browning C. A. do *- .-, No. 8. --= a
gunday Jn their Ankell touring receive !1,500. .
I car. Bowden. B. 0., do Aldridge Tom, moved from county. e Because the absentminded .
t Mr, P.. H. Moseley, editor of the Britt. G. W., do 0 Addison James W.. do .- ,..1'nderson. fare hailed the chauffeur in the
Raiford Cobb. Benjamin, do -. .._._.""..""? \ H. W. do *'- {. suburb of
Tribune, passed through our Churchill C. H. do Andrews W. Too dead. Wilmersdorf the WHmers- 1 4'I

burg Saturday.J4 '. Clerk. J. J, dead. Altman, J. S.. moved from county. :. dorf municipality claimed another -
Cleckley A. C.. moved from county. Altman T. N.. do .. !
Denham..._,,__ Mathew...__ __dead.__.. __ ____ .. Addison Robbie do '... The municipality of Charlot- '
LITTLE SPRINGS. "n." >11....... JIUIUB. 111UVC14 AIV1U 1 VUA&IJ. Rmnifan- fl. R.. An- ."-_.. 't -,.-..._-.- tenburg.. not to be outdone, demandeda
Sido '
Edward, J. P- do Brown similar 1'
.. Edwards C. E.. dead. ,..._, Browning J. A., do -_-" sum. as Kngelmann. live IN
Frazier. Albert moved from county. Barker P. A.. do ..-<- within its limits.
The farmers around Little Springsf" Futch T..G.. do J Bradley. H. A. do 'i.r.. ...t+*.* "' / STOCK ,
having fine weather for picking Gundy. T. G., do Brooks.' P. C., do a And while the disgnstedxenanfteur
are Green. Jesse do Cobb.H .B., do was I PLAYERS RESAWS
; reckoning np the balance his em- STEAM FEEDS ,
cotton these days. Galliaon I.. B., do .. .,, Cowart H. B.. do MATCHERS f
?' ployer came forward and asserted thnt I SELF FEEI)-RIP '
Hutchinson J. L., do ,j Crawford J. IL do .-.
Sunday school was held at Sardis Hill. Joseph do Crews, J. (X, moved to 3. the whole 6,500 belonged to him. because TOWER EDGEHS TRIMMERS ;":
,l ( church last Bill Louis R. do i : i. Denmark. J. B.. dead. PERKINS' SHINGLE MACBIJf Efar it
Sunday morning.
the automobile In which it
Hampton. Waller H., do ,J *-" Denmark J. > moved from county. had
Misses Katie and Armontine Du- Hilton W. H.. dead. r>'wis. J. M.. do 'J.'L been found was his property.-London EXCISES, up to 40 h. SAWMILLS I
Hurst. Joseph, moved from Elarbee, H. H., do .. .'.
county. 't I BOILERS up to 40 b. Ucbl and
bt-se. were at the home of Mr. and Billiard. D. P, do + '..M Griffis L. B.. moved to C -.. Answers. ,
jij i Mrs. Jim Thompson's last Sunday. Hunter F. F. do'I'_. f-. .. Groves. J. B.. dead. .' -_ CONVEYORS SLAB CANVEYOIISCASOLIXE i
Hogan Sm.! do' ..' Hays, Augustus, moved from county. 1 ENGINES STItlM
Mi Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Scaff visited Mr. HarrU H.-E. do -, -:..:. ., Hill. L. R.. do Tru Economy.
and Harmon James do Harrison. M. J, do --,. 'A certain old housewife believed In LAm MILLS STAVE ,MUiSsyr A
Mrs. Ed Howell last Sunday. Izard, Frank, do .,"? Howard. H. A., do "- -i. .' ., DBSTOJr SAWS
"baring clodips :
: Miss Edith Williams left last Sunday Jones. R. L. do't" j'a: f*"" :;:> Harrell. W. H., do appropriate to occasions -- -
Jones Frederick do T ;"*"" Jordan C. H., do ,- ." and she boasted that she could SAw BITS for oil makes of saws f
I afternoon for Lake Butler where "* .'. "" Johns. W. J, do waISKite. : '
Jelkes. Harold J, do : Elisha. do : .. .- "get more wear out ot a'dresS" than -.t SHAFTIXQ PULLEYS BOX '

she will'remain and go to.school for Jennings Jackson J.Geo.A.,W.moved. dead.from county, .>.'*, Kersey. G. H., dead. anyone else. When a garment was i BELTING, 4 grade* medium to i hest r

.' A while We hope her much success.Mr Lee Henry. dead. J. Kersey G. H. Jr., moved from county. past Its first, second and third LOG CHAINS CANT HOOKS TO3G3 I
stages ,
Mitchell; Henry, moved from county. Kelley. John N. moved to 6. .
: Jesse Williams took his regu- MitchelL Geo.. do ?l Kersey. Julian moved from county. of usefulness for public wear It wall EVERYTHING FOR THE J
Mil-tin Noah, do ', Kersey W. R., moved to 1. "- SAWMILL
: *
lar Sunday afternoon walk to Worth- Marr. J. L.. db .'. : *. .. '. Kersey. Hardy. do relegated to certain seasons of donfcs-
Miller, G. Keen. Harley. do tic stress from which It Write for '
; ington Springs last Sunday. W., dead. passed eren-
Nelsom. do Kinlaw D. c., moved from A. PricesOur
i Hose -IM county.r'ry tuall to the
Prayer meeting was held at Sardisch'f'r Prevail B. M., do '. Kelley. D. G., do ragbag. One gown long ry e g0
:;Q inaon, SamueL do Lennon E.; do -t, dear to her heart had reached this last
i1"i last 3. ,
4 .. / ti
: Sunday"nght7 Robinson Edward moved from county. Luck. Manier. dd : 4 ... .. stage, nod she '
] 'Everybody rariombrt that Sunday Rawls. Nero do *. __ _?.**... Manning, J. H., dd day to the It one tL N '
Vanning, J. M., dead. village seamstress.
SoblMon W. JL, aa -t.
school !is to be held at Sardis church ales. L. W. dead. '.-' .' J.i***'- Manuel. Henry moved from county. "Don't F44ln nil 11 .1.l h 4. Salt I
| thegiooH'ei
Stron Geo., dead. :Mann. M .C., do I
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. I Small,.J. ., moved from county. Milton H. E., do .J. : .;...{.-." |ect llo out of it," she said .

I. Everybody is invited to come to Hal do- ,*. ..r.mlUh. .", '.. i\t Moore L. R.. dead. ..riP' wistfully "Tlsn't but eight year* :
: I Scott> Geo. F. do -b: Mattox. J. J? moved from county. .' --
Sunday school and bring some one Strickland. Raymond do v I <' ,Iott. J. R.. moved to 9. ; since I bad it made up. Two years .
I with them. Thomas Peter dead. '-' \,;..> "cJ..oo. J.' M., moved from county ., I wore it StinSays;The neat tw"w.. I --

I I Teston G. B., moved from county. McElveen A. -
V' Thompson, Ed. do .. .'!;.J.or Ollage L J, dodo fPrescott. V Ing circle afternoons next tw ,"pen 11 Wrick ftd Clock Repainug r;

CLAY HILL I'aylor, J. H., do ,I" ,,4, !. 1:.; '... I I Bryant Jd I*" went errands to the vlliage:"and
: .,.,.,,._ Williams, Wjijr! fcai :-.--..- P6piw. P.. do ., .-_\'? ? I 11"-_' last these I Will more than phase : w
1 two round th6-
.11 -' Whitehead Thomas, moVed from county. Plunket. C. B., do :" .J buuSe common. you Estimates gien
I Windum, J. F.. O) Rosier W.'B., dead. ,,' But ilow"-n (d she regarded the 'bun 1 cheerfully. Prompt tier- 1
t Miss Lhzi Byrd is spending a few Wilson, S. L..' do -'. Reddish V. R., moved to 1. die vice. '
: Young Stephen, dead. Roberts R. B.. moved to # sorrowfully before stuffing it into '
this week in We
days Starke with her Par Parcel J cNltCIa.pce.
Rod ers. W. Pn moved Trim bounty.Rosier the yawning bag-"now
Dutrict No. J. .;. 'tlsat even fit
Oae .
sister, Mrs. Sarah Mosley. Andrews, F.'N., moved from county. D. W., do ... to -Was. :
hang out washing In ?*
Andrews John moved to 1. Redmond E. J, do a' on Monday JEwEiLRV, DIAMONDS :
i Mrs. Charity Starling went to Jacksonville Anthony Marvin moved from county. Roberts W. R., do *: -Exchange.The: NOVELTIES ,
1 last Brannen. Benjamin dead. Roberts J. P., do F /
f Thursday to visit her -
Baldwin J. C., moved from county. Roberts L. L.. do :; R. J. RILES .
mother and sister of that place, Mrs. ttlount Geo. A., do Strickland' A. 0.. moved to 6. Hatter and the Hark l(
Stilt. J. W.. moved from M Jacksonville
county. Fla .
demons lames dead. ;
,' l' Caroline Turner and daughter, Miss Chandler Edward. Moved from county. I 'arline. Manning dead. r "The late Earl of Cork was u very /
:- .-mith. L. C.. moved from county. pious and
Ellie. She returned home on Sun- Thtsser James do person extremely solicitous
z ,t ::::aner. D. W.. moved to.4. vfert. D. W.. do .J, -
to the
as future salvation
day. "onner, W. M., dead. Teston L. T., do of his fellow

Miss Florence Crews made Carver C. A., moved from county. Tallman. Fred do men. Cue day. finding himself in READY MARKET' FOR YOUR
a Hikes. M. W. dead. Williams Jesse/ dead. ; :
C ness trip to Starke Saturday returning Dowling. John B., moved from county."out 'Vjlliams. J. G., moved from taunt,. a crowded railway carriage he delivered CURIOUS BITS COTTON.
less, T. C.. moved to 9. Wester J. 0., moved to 6. a hoiniiy! as earnest as it was undesired .
: ;1. Sunday Douglass: S. A., moved from county. Walker Silas moved from county.d. exhorting OF -
-- V. J, do. every one immediately HISTORY
rawdy, J. S., dead.
t. i !( Mrs. Ruby Grand and little daughter Duncan J. N.. moved from county. Wells. Fred. dead. to set about Insuring bis' bappi- In order to Kelp a little at a time

of Jacksonville, are spending a tougiass. A. W. Boo do Yowells R. C.. moved from county. ness in a future life. Presently one of when help is sc much needed by out
I' ..>Jenmark P. S., moved to 8. Young. James doDistrict THE TREADMILL AS .
; few days with her Mr. and No. 9. the passengers, who bad been A PUN- far
: parents, toiulass. M. A., moved from county. : listening farmers, and to furnish a market
'J i itlcnfield!: Joseph do Bundy S. J.. moved from county. ISHMENT.
Mrs. Geo Wilkinson of very attentively to all that Cork
this place. Awards: D. R., do ; Carver D. W.. moved to 4. said. a few more, bates of the very heayt I
i Mr. Richard Lang attended churchat ''orsyth James dead. Hatcher. J. W.. moved from county. arrived at his station," says Lord Su(- cotton to tW
Perry. John do Ey A. W. KACY. crop, we have arranged
L.! Foreyth. J. H. moved from county. field In his memoirs. "When be had
Highland Sunday. 'rier. 0. z.. do :. The treadmill cotton in payment for tuition, boob
got out the a Chinesa
platform he
i Fagan. J. S.. do turned '
Have you learned Mr. Hudson's new ;:Hover Jesse dead. Notice to Owners of Tenant Dwel round and: leaning through the carriage invention, but In 1318 William and board in our busines scollege.
f 'I' I dogs' names yet. Please if ainey. J. M.. moved from county. Cubbitt have
you of England If daughter
J ardiner J, G., do .' lings. door, said:. adapted the you a son or a

t. i can learn them. roover. R. J., dead. 'Thank you. sir! Oue good turn deserves Idea in making! a machine for that you want In put in the best business -

S; I' Mrs. Hattie Strickland made a bus- Groover M. A., moved from county. .. After October another. You're employing prisoners usefully. : ii Florida this fall arJ
{ tamilton J. M., do 16. 1914. owners of put me up to college *. ,
.._,____ _
! l t.:;,, 1 mess trip to Starke Saturday and Hutchinson..iney "V. II.A.> iiiuveu A.u.. moved HI L a.to 8. tenant dwellings will be held responsible a wrinkle In your profession: new let It was widely adopted and extensively you haven't the; money write us at

r Sunday.We me give you one In return. I'm used for some years In
a hat
Johnson J. H., dead. fQr the water service in such once for our totton offer. High
I.. ,,' are sorry to learn of the death ,Johnson Joseph, moved to 8. ter.' Put a piece of blotting paper inside the English prisons. In 1823 '
Jenkins J. E., moved from county. dwellings. the the Society for the prices. :
l't of Mr. Godwin's baby of Highland. Kelley James, do lining ofcyour hat and It will Improvementof : rJ
y Address R.: : Principal
: ri Kelley. 0. M., do last twice as long. Good day; "-Lon Discipline in Prisons publlshed ,
# We
I \i\ extend to them our heartfelt sym Kennedy W. H., do By J. R- Davis, Secretary.The don Globe. a book with elaborate Illustrations Commercial Department
I pathy. Kite. Andrew moved to 8- ,
i Kellum. Dennis moved from county. describing the treadmill FLORIDA NOll IAL INSTITUTE;
I. t Mrs. Gertie Wilkinson is Lockhart W. &. do .. .
thinking results achieved and setting forth Its advantages i Madison Flora
I 'I Larkin J., do by marksmen ,
b .
I : t of visiting out in Baker county the LoadholU R. L., do at the rifle range have been scienti- Speaking From Experience. as i medium of prison '

latter of the week. Matthew J. 6.. dead. "Blanche discipline. At first FOR COUNTY TREASI'REB.
I I' part We wish dear said the watchful the prison.
Uoore S. H., moved to ft. fically registered, and it has been de-
I :, Mott. J. M., moved to 9. runt to her'niece "don't you think that ers were required to tread the I hereby announce myself a caD-
monstrated that after three
: ( CONSUMPTION TAKES Marshburn.Viaxson. J. B.C.. do B., moved from county. spoonfulsof Fred spends too much money upon mill nine hours a day, which didate for the office of county treat;
7 brandy have been given to each of
I r' meant climb
McKinney Charles moved to 5.McLeod you a of about 12,000 urer of Bradford< county and respectfully
E. B.. moved to 9. the marksmen, their failures rise 50 "Do you think 30. anntyr"indeed. feet. This was found too
t I McMillan, A. S., moved from severe solicit the 'support of the voterS
: 350 PEOPLE DAILY "ewaom. B. I*, d* county. per cent above the normal, while all I.do. Blanche I've beta noticing and the hours were reduced If erected I trill contribute 20 ceBt
i Newson. W. J, dead. of them imagine they are doing .bet- and I think he's really extravagant to six and the climb ta t the>e

.:,.' Over 350 people succumb to con- Owens.Proctor Albert T. B.. moved do from county. ter work. You ought to check him and tell about 8,000 feet a day. The my commission as treasurer to

t sanption every day in the United States. Patrick. W. ;M.. do him to'sa-ve his m nfl. Tea will need power thus generated was public school unil of the county.

;R 'i., I thrive Science when proves the that is the weakened germs from only Roland Roberta.Alex W. V moved>\ moved from to county.8. Clay county, Florida, is to have a a good deal when you begin housekeeping I ually employed in grinding elm, K. 0. BROWN.

6 : I colds sickness system Rivers. W. L.. do twelve thousand acre camphor farm and It Is far better for him I drawing water, etc. Public
or overwork
confining Rhoada. J. H.. dead.
r duties or when general weakness exists. .Scarborough. V. 0., do and it is reported that the industryis to put ia the bank the money he is DOW I opinion has gradually brought Toned Up-whole System."Chamberlain's .

" The best that Spires W. J.. moved from county. spending on motor trips and luncheons about the abandonment of the : ; Tablets have dc>e
point out
: J physicians Smith C. A., moved to 7. to be extended largely in other sec-
'f, daring changing seasons the blood should Tomlinson, J. P? moved to S. tions of the state. is and tiekets to this thing and that than treadmill at a punishment for more for me than I ever dared hope

I"t be made rich and pure and active by taking Vitch. Eddy moved from county. Camphor now to be Squandering It. Think over the prisoners. In 1895 there were for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker

.f Scott's Emulsion after meals. The cod Wester Wiggins:Eliaa.John do do supplied by the island of Formosa, a matter,a minute or two"dear, and you thirty-nine still In use in English Spencerport, N. Y."I used serebottles

r liver oil in Scott's Emulsion warms the Wells. S. B.. dead. possession of Japan, for practicallyall will see it as I do." prisons, in 1901 only thirteen month!
body by enriching the blood; it peculiarly District No. .. of these tablets a few
the world. The and there
high "Oh
explosives I've thought about it are none at
II : bd
the and while Dowling. W. EM moved to 2. already of 1
strengthens lungs throat it cured
They not me
r upbuilds the resistive forces of the body Dowling. F. M, do depend upon it for one of their main dear amity. I'd take your advice If I present This form of adminis- ago. o ly that
k Hursey, W. J moved from county. tering ious attacks, sic'headaches and
? discipline to
I to avoid colds and prevent consumption. Kerce. W. H., do elements, and almost as a "war were absolutely certain that we shall prisoners inJ

t. If you work indoors, tire easily feel LoadholU. Joseph W. dead. measure" the United States should be married but I've been engaged before was never Introduced In this tired out feeling' but toned up

: languid or nervous Scott's Emulsion is the Moore.Loadholts.T. ft-G., R.dead., moved.* from county. begin growing and manufacturing its aunty and I don't intend to ad- country. whole system." ftr sale by all dea1ers

m i ntoststresgtheningfoodmedicineknown.It I WaUron B. B.. moved from county. vise a young man again to ,
';' is totally free from alcohol or any I DUtrirt No. 4. own supply. Again Florida shows some other girl's benefit "economizefor (fCopyrtght IDIlJ Piles Cored la 6 to 14 Days
-London Joseph :B. Bowles.
BlecVwelder. M. V.. dead. )
il l stupefying drug. Avoid substitutes. .: II Keene John J do that she is a very valuable possessionof Telegraph. YOJT druggist wffl rtfund money if pJ..a
? to'nure Itc6a6
M-U Scott& ItkmmficM.N. OINTMENT fails : any case cf
. : Bowne. J. Stanaell John D., moved from county. Uncle Sam.-Miami Metropolis. Read the Blind
Telegraph-$1.50 nieedingor PrettudingFilesin6tolt'wn: ,
'-- a year.
V* ".'', .-U! -v- -{\.g ra \.S Gins .c: ant :at. 4n
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