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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 23, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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STARKE FLORIDA Friday October 23rd 1914. ,4

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: .c ANOThERTRAGEDY NEAR RAIFORDROBT. I I IJ. NEGRO.DESPERADO. KILLED( NEAR

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[J.. DENMARK; KILLED SUNDAY THERESSA. -SATURDAY,, EVENING /

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MURDERER IN COUNTY JAIL BOARD CARRIED A SMALL ARSENAL'E.
MEETING OF SCHOOL NEGRO MURDERED
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pf< Thomas Crushes Vic- tJohn E. Rhames Mat The: Fate
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Business Wilson
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N tim's Skull With Aiqr Transacted.Starke Woods Near Elarbee. Usually Overtakes The ;X

Board. Bad Men.
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.i..,.H- Oct. 5, 1914. jiLrylzUt John Wilson, colored, was found _

f; Robert Denmark was killed near Board met pursuant to adjournmentwith dead in the woods near Elarbee Wed- E. Rhames, a negro desperado, was z'

fUt 'Raiford Sunday by Walter Thomas. all members present. nesday. His death 'was caused by a shot and killed while resisting arrest -

1tf;', The weapon used was a board about Minutes of last meeting read and gunshot wound in the head. by Will Hill| colored, near The-

: -" five feet long, with which by one powerful approved.A Wilson was killed Friday, but his ressa last Saturday. A-

;r" blow Thomas crushed Denmark's petition was received from theatrons body was not discovered until Wed- Rhames was a!strange negro who

f.jkt.[ t' skull above the left ear, causing the : of Brannen school to trans- nesday. He went to work as usual had blown in from nobody knows

:ii t. instant death of his victim. Thomas 'ort the children of said school toLake Friday morning. He hung up his where. He was. a desperate character .z

,, .is now a prisoner in"the county jaiL 3utler. The petition was granted coat and dinner bucket and lighted his and toted a small arsenal around e

! According to our information the' and the secretary was authorized ,R < pipe and evidently was in the act of I with him. When he was killed he
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'I ? facts in the case are substantially as to cqntract with Varnes and Andrewsto 'cN + v Jx'A f:., L S "zl'.S L'rl.bs .w
', .follows: transport said children on the following by some person who is supposed to two revolvers, a kirk ]knife and am-

iiY:' ',Denmark recently purchased a new terms: Andrews, $30 per Photo copyright 1911 by Ajnerican Press Association. have been concealed in a clump of munition for all :his artillery. Th'e

\\1: ; horse. On; Friday the animal became month; Varnes, $35 per month.J. \ palmettoes about twenty feet from shells for his guns were loaded with 1
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i j ? +. SICk Denmark procured some whiskey H. Hall bid $35 per month to where he stood. The load of buckshot bullets, buckshot and slugs. He was II;

n, t to use as medicine for the sick transport tho children of Whitehead struck him on the left side of the loaded for bear nd was a bad ac- A

ik : r horse. The horse died on Saturday. school to Johnstown. The bid was SAMPLE BALLOT ELECTION Ig14. head. His pipe was severed from the tor. ,| ,

,the. He had paid for the animal the day accepted, J. H. Hall agreeing to fur- rtl Ul stem by the shot, the bowl falling into On the way from Hampton to The-

' !i<:., t before it died. Denmark had been a nish his own wagon and team. the turpentine box and the stem.I ressa Rhames called at the home of

.. '\'.i total abstainer from intoxicating- The petition of the patrons of the District No. 6, Bradford County, Florida. falling to the ground. I a colored man an l made him surren-

, +" quors for three years, but the loss of Bielling school to transport the chil- Make a Cross (X) Mark beiore the name of the candidate of The crime is supposed to have been der his shotgun. ,The man who had

',tit; the horse worried: him and he concluded Iren of said school to Providence was choice. committed for the purpose of rob- been held up anJ.,Will Hill, another

,\W to drown his trouble'in drink. On rejected after consideration by the your bery. His pockets had been rifled negro, started Hampton: .to give

' ,<* Sunday he visited the home of Joe board and the superintendent was ad- and everything of value had been ta- the .alarm and to; get help. On the

lj' Dowling. When he left the Dowling I vised to get a teacher for said school For United States Senator. For County Commissioner-District ken. His pocket knife was left lyingon way they met Constable Cameron and

_w,_ home he was able to mount his horse for the remainder of the term. Vote for one. No. 3.Vote his breast. Wilson was a thriftyman related the facts to him. Cameron

t% and ride away. Shortly after he left The matter of the consolidation of DUNCAN U. FLETCHER.For for one. and always had money, which he instructed the ijegroes to follow

..." the Dowling place he met George Dyal the schools of the Pine Grove districtwas S. T. DOWLING.\ delighted to show. A few days be- Rhames while he returned to Hamp- '

:ii#>- in the road and dismounted to talk laid over for future consid ra- fore his death he had in his posses- ton for assistance The two negroes

. to Mr. Dyal. While engaged in the sion the sum of $115.and he is sup- overtook Rhames'but they made a "

te conversation with Dyal his horse left tion.On motion and second $15 per Congressman 2nd Congressional For County CommissionerDistrictNo. posed to have been murdered for his detour through the woods, returned

[tt P him and went home. Denmark and month 'was allowed to McRae for the District. __ 4. money. to the road and concealed themselvesin

H his family lived with Mrs. Denmark's transporting of 10 children to Starke Vote for one.FRANK. Vote for one. Judge George A. Gardiner held a a weed patch. W;len Rhames came

[ t1 father, John Addison. The riderless school. tOn CLARK.For J. LACY UNDERHILL coroner's inquest Wednesday and the up they commandel him to halt. He s

r .horse made them uneasy about Den motion and second no allowances verdict of the jury was that Wilson halted, dropped OM gun and fired

; 'Q 4; ;mark. They suspected that he might will be made nor payments for had come to his death at.the hands of point blank at the"!two negroes with

.!.f:1''have".1': tr fallen off or had been thrown school patrons transporting or haul- For County. Commissioner-District some person or persons unknown.A the other gun, the load of bullets and

'r.r! ',;t by the horse, and hurt. Two boys: ing their own children to school. Commissioner of Agriculture.Vote Na i.>>., I slues- -passing- between his intended
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1 ', ; 'were, sent in search of Dnemark. They,. The following teachers reports and for one. Vote for one. GRAND MEETING. I victims and clipping off several wiresin

j':" ''' pt ..f und him walking'along: the road bills were examined, approved and W. A. McRAE.For D. W. PINHOLSTER.For the fence behind them. While his <'

:i.- : and accompanied him as far as the warrants ordered drawn for the same. Middleburg, Fla., Oct. 7, 1914. gun was still at his!shoulder, but be-

,, Thomas place. Denmark called Thom- General 8chol Fand. Editor Telegraph: fore he could fire Another shot, Hill

f-J: ,u and Thomas came out of the 205 204-Mabel-L. A. Davis.Reddish.No.No.10 16 85.00 45.00 Justices of the Supreme Court. I Member. Board Public Instruction I come again asking for in shot him fairly in the chest. Rhames
.f'-1 house.. Some loud talk ensued, the 206-Lilla Harris Rising 60.00 Vote for two. I space staggered a few yards ahead and fell
; 207-Lacy Harris Rifling ___ 85.00 i -District No. L
outcome of which was the killing of 208-F. G. SehelU office incidentals 9.34 W. H. ELLIS. Vote for your highly appreciated paper to. dead. I
one.
:\. ':. :, Denmark by Thomas. A' coroner's 210 209-Bradford-Drew Co.,County furniture Bank.Starke interest schoo1204.72211Quigley 109.08 L. W. KICKLITER.For write a few humble words in .reference Justice Seals held an inquest on

'\;:'t': l jury rendered a verdict of murder in Starke school Lumber Co. supplies for. 615.82 THOS. M. SHACKLEFORD.For to the grand meeting held on I Sunday. Hill was: exonerated and =
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x L. the first degree. 212-Quigley Lumber Co., lumber for 1st Sunday and Saturday before, of Rhames was buried..| '
Starke school 44.45
:' Robert Denmark was a son of the 213-Smith *: Watson. drink fountainfor Member Board Public
" 4. Instruction the 3rd and 4 th inst., at the Sapp
,':.'. ';. late J. B. Denmark and is survived Starke school 48.00 IN MEMORY OF MR. D. S.
: -District No. 2-
214-Smith A: Watson furnishings for school house.
tR"bJ a wife and children and numerous Starke school 94.96 Railroad Commissioners.Vote Vote for one. \ WHEELER.

:;" :. ,,-' 'other' relatives in the ''county.A 215-Starke Starke Bond-school Trustees=-_.,..fixtures...... for.180.75 for tyro. J. E. DOUGLASS. I First, I will say that I arrived on 1

: A correspondent at Raiford sent the I 216-Eastman furnishings Plumbing Starke Co.school, work__and 6.90 N. H. BUTCH. Friday' the 2nd, at Sapp station and Brother Wheeler, 'came here about .

following story of the tragedy to theTimesUnion *17-Bradford County Record book__ 20.00 For Member Board Public Instruction stopped at the generous home of JohnP. a year ago from Minnesota on his
218-Ed Abernathy lumber for Graham R. HUDSON BURR.
i '.. : ........ 23.31 -District No. 3. Sapp, where I was gracefully entertained to St. Cloud and from there
way ,Ffy,
'' 219-C. B. Roberta, incidentals for Gra Vote for
one. ; during the meeting. This
\;# ) One man dead and two in jail, is .. 1.65
'9M1-wmT.< _- CHESLEY FOGG. dear brother bo went through Cuba and over in the
: : Weeks recording : 2.75 owing to the environ-
afternoon 221-J. B. Scarborough work on the Isle of Pines where he of
school house 2.50 ments of emulation, has of late, it spent part

ti\! 'ford.f .- "2T.let F.school Riven, work on Lake But- 12.60 -- appears, with much endurance pass- the winter, coming back to St. Cloudin

: Walter, Thomas ,a one-armed man, 223-N. K. Stokes. 2 days board service mo For Representatives.Vote : For Constable-District No. 6. ed through serious trials, but not the spring and thence back up here
224 F. M. Rivera work Powell'sschool for two. .
tr-;(. who delivered a blow on the head of on 1.50 Vote, for one. through any fault, it seems, upon his where he bought hornfew/
A. D. ANDREWS.JOE a
rl, ,ti 'Robert J. Denmark, with a piece oft 225-American Seating Co., seata for J. B. SAPP.Constitutional part, for a better neighbor and citi-
Starke and Brooker. 1088.90226L.
) resided until
months where he
.1...,.;-'. bed slat at 6 o'clock in the evening, W. Kickliter. board service and HILL WILUAMS. zen of his community cannot be ago,
transportation ., __, ,._,_ 9.30 Amendment to Section
T -- his death the 12th inst.
from which he died later in the found. on
evening -
; 227-L. W. Kickliter. 2 da board serv 8.00 6, Article VIII, abolishing office
J:': is held in jail at Starke awaiting 228-Chesley Fogg 2 days board serv 10.00229F On Saturday there was a confer- He was an honorable,upright man
M. Rivers, work on Wagner of County Treasurer, and fix-
:g 'action of the grand jury at.the term achool.. 10.50 ence meeting, but it was harmonious, in all his dealings, with his fellow
___ ing the term of office of the
. 230 Nannie Andrews Raiford 40.00
f 'ot court convening the first Monday :31-E. L. Ware, building shelter for nearly all the church members were man. Brother Whepler was a mem- '
: For County Tax Assessor. County Assessor of Taxes and
+ in November. With him, is Caney school 21.00 present, and an ample dinner was ber of the Seventh} Day Adventist
232 Tax Collector for four
-Ouigley Lumber Co. lumber for Vote for one. years.
:: .Rhoden, held as an accessory, but who r Theressa ----- 115.99 YES.Constitutional. prepared for all. It was announced church, being elder of the church fora
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N. D. WAINRIGHT.
claims, be innocent of itrlcts. by the of the church that the number of in Minnesota. He I
.to entirely any 919-L. A. Davis Pine Grove ________ 25.00 pastor yea*
(' connection with the killing. 820-E. J. Hunt library for Pine Amendment to Section writer would preach on tomorrow at was well posted in the Scriptures. He '
Grove aehool ______ 22.50 -
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tiI From the evidence gathered by the 921-E. J. Hurst library for Midway 6, Article VIII, abolishing officeof 11 o'clock, A. M. leaves five children, to mourn his .
__ ... For Collector of Taxes.
'i j;: coroner's" jury it appears the Denmark 922--school Mabel Reddish New River ____ 15.00 22.50 Vote for County Treasurer, and fix- A vast congregation was present, death, Mrs. Bertha :McCullum, of
;;' was under the influence of whis 923-H. B. Wiggins New River ____ 20.00 one.BRYANT ing the term of office of the and the house was full to overflowing.It Shevelin, Minn.; Mrs. Ethel Foster,
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924-J W. Wise, work on Starke bldg M. DOWLING.For .
I 'i.key and went to the home of Thomas bond fund ____________ 12.75 County Assessor of Taxes and was an enjoyable meeting and I of Devil's Lake, N. D.; Mrs. Florence:

.F; -, and,began psing offensive language in 925-bide W. L.bond Wall,fund architect. for Starke 75.00 Tax Collector for four years. hope the name of the Lord was glor- Gardiner, of Levnn, Ore.'; Messrs. L.

, the presence, of his family while 926-Talley &: Summer, do ____ 37.50 NO.Constitutional. ified in this meeting. The pastor and A. and W. D. Wheeler, of Friend,
{ii standing*on the outside of the yard 927-Smith &:Simons Watson Co.contractors. contractors do3500.00928Rogers County Treasurer. church made the writer a bountiful Ore. { s'

. _{;Ft r. ,fence. Thomas became angered and 929-H.Lawtey E. Lagergren bldg surveying Strke__1945.50 Vote for one. Amendment to Section contribution without being solicited, Brother Wheeler was taken sick on

; 1 ? .picking up the slat struck Denmark school campus _______..______ 3.00 GEO. W. HAZEN.H. 16, Article IV, relating to ap- and after prayer the meeting closed. the 3rd inst., and
'fl a severe blow on the temple, crushing 930-J.Sampson H. Harrison City incidentals for. 6.91 pointment of Commissioned Of- Yours faithfully, The body was embalmed and kept to ,

the skull and causing death a few : 931-B. M. Dowling com on sub diet6.91 0. BROWN. ficers of State Militia. THOMAS K. POSTELL.IN I I I await the arrival of his daughter, ,
932-B. M. Dowling com Starke bond '
,, hourS later. fund __ 28.56 YES.Constitutional. Mrs. Bertha McCullvm, who left; De-

Denmark was a young, industrious 934 933-Bank-C. B. of Roberts Starke, incidentals inst on warrants Groham 3.21 MEMORIAM.Whereas I I vil's Lake, North Dakota, Monday '
Amendment to Section
*- farmer and leaves wife and five children school __ ___ 2.10 night and arrived intStarke Thursday
l y 935 1. D. Baxter, work 16 Article IV
and material'Brooker relating to

:1 l 4a, the oldest not over.8 years, several -. school ___ __ 13.90 appointment on October 14, 191,4, it night to attend the :funeral services
936-J. W. Andrews hauling piano &: For County Commissioner-District t t of Commissioned Of- Divine Ruler of the uni-
the
f j ; brothers and sisters and numerous furniture Starke school 4.50 pleased of her father, which were held at his
ficers of State Militia.
t !<';}" other relatives scattered over 937-D. E. Knieht freight and drayage No. 1. verse to call to his eternal rewardMr. home in the eastern ;part of town on
Starke school ____ NO.Constitutional.
k this 2.87 Vote for one. S. C. Croft the father of our be- inst. of
county. 938-J. M. Futch. incidentals Elarbee 4.00 the 17th. Elder Gregory, ,
Walter Thomas 939-Z. L. Williams do Hampton school 15.85 A. H. WILLIAMS. loved Worthy Matron, Sister Dora
t. :I'k is a man of about 940-T. F. Rivers boring well at Lake Amendment to Section Bradentown, conducted the funeral' '

1 40 years of age, and comes from Backer Butler __ 18.90 1, Article V, relating to the Ju Alderman, therefore be it services, which were largely attend-,"'
/'f .county, where he was born and 941-W. T.school Saxton. water for Hampton ___ 20.00 diciary. Resolved, that we, the members of ed. The floral offeriiigs were nice.v.'.

i ,' ,reared. It is said by those who know 942-A.tals A.Hampton Durden_work_ _and inciden-_ 20.00 For County CommissionerDistridNo.2. t YES. the Lake Butler Chapter No. 40, Or- The pallbearers w'f L e, N. T. Ritch, *,

.i : him' Denmark is the second man 943-C. S. Belote work on Hampton der Eastern Star, extend to our sorrowing N. B. Hull, U. D. Miner i DeWitt C.'j
k 'ii. school ___ __ ___ Constitutional Amendment to Section
I ""r ,be has killed, having lost his left arm 944-neWitt (X Jones furnishings for .75 Vote for one. sister and the other membersof Jones, G. R. Manning and D. W. '. 1
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i ',jt daring the affray in Baker county, 945-DeWitt Brooker Jones school incidentals Starke_ 8.43 J, B. CREWS. 1, Article V, relating, the Ju- this grief-stricken family, our Manning. The bojy was laid to rest "
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1 & i and served. several years in the penitentiary school _ 1.05 diciary.NO.. deepest sympathy in this sad hour of in the Crosby lake ceiaeterj await {, 1 -

.1 1 !':. ,; for the deed. He has a wife their bereavement; be it further the resurrection morning. '.

:. :,and four children living on a farm EVERYTHING LOVELY.The -- -- --- -- -- Resolved, that a copy of these roster "Blessed are the dead which die in

-tiJ tiJy ,about a mile from the Denmarks. weather we arc having at 111111111111'11111111111' 1111 11111 t 11111'11111111111111 in this'great sorrow to our Heav- the Lord from henceforth.' Yea, saith

1 Deputy sheriffs Johns and Denmark present would cure pessimism if sucha + enly Father, Who alone 'can give com- the Spirit, that they may rest from .

}, :made the arrests early Monday morn- thing_ existed in this county, but + BRING A MESSAGE.Don't + fort and healing to the brokenhearted their labors and thcir'works: do. follow .',

rtI.':{r "mg.. Thomas and Rhoden surrender'JJ there is no pessimism here and no occasion t + ; and be it further them." Rev. 14:13.:; \

i E.' .,IIIg, without trouble, and they were for it. The business outlook is + run an advertisement until it is stale. There are enough + Resolved( that a copy of these r>?solutions D. W. MANNING. f
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,I taken to Starke and placed in jail to growing brighter. The cotton sit- + talking points in your stock for a new message each time. The + to sent to our sister, a copy f' '

:.. fr--' .await trial at the coming session of uation is improving. We have plentyof + right,kind of an editor will not think of repeating a news item in + be spread upon the minutes of this CARD OF THANKS.'.. /

"'. f, '. ? the circuit court.CARD good things to eat. This is the sea- + his paper and a progressive advertiser should bring a new talk 4' Chapter and copies sent to the Brad- ,

son of hog and hominy, sweet pota- + each time. + ford County Times and the Bradford We desire to express our sincere,

'J' >it OF, THANKS.wish toes, persimmons, Florida syrup, + All you have to do to send a new message to lots of people + County Telegraph for publication.MRS. thanks to our neighbors and friends "

'tf ) to thank the many friends sausage pancakes, citrus fruits, nuts, + each time through the advertising columns of the Telegraph is to + PEARL FLETCHER, for their sympathy aril help during ;

1:* iVt1rho' >were so kind to my father in his. turnip greens, oysters, fish, corn + furnish us new copy in plenty of time. + MRS. ADA STEWART, the sickness and death,..wf. our husband l land

,t. ,; \ankness.t :. bread and pot liquor. What more can + + MRS. JENNIE DELL, father. ;

, P- .. MRS..BERTHA M CULLUM.'t mortal man want here below? t 111111111111f' 111'1111111111111111111111'11111111111111' Committee. Mrs. S. C.. Croft end. Family.
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PAGE TWO, Friday, October MM-,

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mK WOUNDED BRITISH SOLDIERS IN FRANCE vovliworilOul s ,

..\ '. 1 Scrubs Fatten :Quickly ;1 -.

? You want Jour pigs to eat as much as possible ,

:. when yet fatten them. Give them a great variety t r:: IGIIIe '
,- ..yyy. No doubt you are, if of feed keep the appetite keen and the digestion is fines a 1: ",
ii .,. you suffer from any of the good order,and you will obtain the desired result; mDeenio'f
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r. numerous ailments to especially if,you mix with the grain.ration a dose of f>v4 ypounds.
which au women are subject -
Headache, backache .
J earii :
". .. : ;sideache' nervousness Bee Dee STOCK
weak, tired fining MEDICINEWhets ..
: are some of the symptoms :

t tt i.I i. __ yourself, and of them you must in orderto nd the appetite-Helps digestion. tr. pLi

I 1 I 4vt fed well. Thousandsof PI! r
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women, who have e'
I been benefited by this ;.. ; ;
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remedy, urge you to -
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1I TAKEC'ardui disarmament and disbanding the na- .Hopeless!Lung Trouble, Cures 1
I '.; vy and army is that: the United I recWeries
r __ Many from fcJ
I ll 1 I :; _-. it .-. "'""1 States, with its contiguous territoryand I bles are dui'to Dr. Bell's lung Pine I
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''i It. __ ._. .. "" pi Alaska, should be a self-centered- Honey. It strengthens the lungs-S f

i '. I I IThe country' in America, absolutely isolated checks the cough and gives relief 1

.".. and relying upon that isolationfor once. Mr. W. C. Wilkins, Gates.1f.f
.., ; -a:& safety from other powers. "If we C., writes ''Iused| Dr. BeU's'PiaeTi 9{
will mind our own business will
we Honey in a case
i given up as hope
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i Woman's Tonic have no war with any nation," has and it effected a complete "
cure
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, been the slogan of the disarmament a bottle of D.'. Bell's Pine Tar Hfa nii. {

Clifton Mills,Ky, says: people. If your throat is dry and hacking ,'"
tt 1 I Photo by American Press Association "Before taking Card ul, Just let us take the European war trickle down {&e throat, you.win safely 13

U l was, at times, so weak I II as an example of what would have get relief. :Only 25c at your drw..-m
happened if the ideas of the
people
I of the home. The girls have increased could hardly walk, and ;11
FARMERS' DAY who didn't 'want either the and 2 : t
the supply of wholesome food by the pain in my back and army
CANNING CLUBS navy had prevailed. The United States
head nearly killed me.
and of
of the canning
means garden,
Governor Designates Saturday After taking three bottlesof would have been bottled up. Havingno
poultry; they have increased the income DsH
of the farm home by'the sale of November 7. Cardui the palls dis ships to send our products abroadwe SEE

ii! t OF THE SOUTH their products. Many corn club boys appeared. Now 1 feel as would not have been allowed to 1

L have begun the raising of stock. They Tallahassee, Oct. 23, 1914. well as I ever did. Every have purchase any ships. We would,, not We can fill your order im I i
had naval
Trammell issued suffering woman should vessels to use for the
1 will furnish choice home cured meat. Governor Park today mediately for :
GROWN TO MEMBERS new cropf
40,000 .
CarduL" Getabotfle transportation of gold for stranded
address to the try
the
following
people -
The winter garden is yielding the variety of all vaiieties'ofBERMUD itI
::. Has Also Developed Special of fresh vegetables heretofore of Florida: today. E-68 Americans in Europe. More than
that !
any of the warring nations in
The rather wide spread disturbancesin I ONION
lacking in southern homes. SEED Il
Products of Fruits And many
Europe could have said to us: "Do
commercial and financial conditions dv
Requirements.The I ONION SBFS TURNIP SEED i t
;'. Of Vegetables.The plans now outlined must be which have been experienced since not send foodstuffs to any other na-
tion," and we would have been com- CABBAGE SEED OATS l;
the outbreak of the
Girls' Demonstration Work began concrete and simple enough for immediate great Europeanwar I

,t' with the Canning clubs in 1910 use, yet must be part of a have furnished the most forcible nent advantages, it essential that i: have pelled had to comply because of we would RYE ETC I
no means
:. when four counties in two states were : continuous and comprehensive scheme lesson taught to the present genera- those of our people interested in the few merchant protecting such I '
tion that is in fact the ships as we now possess Complete stock of garden and '
organized. It has grown to an 'or- which will shortly affect every phaseof agriculture growing of cotton and those interested I
or may acquire under_ the emergency field seeds, poultry feed and
national
foundation-stone of
; of than rural household activity in our !
ganization more 40,000 girls ways in all other agricultural, horticultural "
k. 'wider the supervision of ,nearly 400I of progress and wholesome living. greatness and prosperity, and that I and trucking activities should passed.legislation which has been supplies,Incubators, etc.WRITEFOROURFALL. I ;

women agents. Results of 1913 show They must utilize the material devel- upon the proper protection and development get together in their respective localities The CAT. I!'

I I that in the canning clubs of the opment, the interest, the spirit of co of our various agricultural at an early date to discuss present best object European lesson war that has could been have the I ALOG AND WEEKLY PRICE 1USTONPqPLTRYFEED.&c 1-.

I ";' southern states the 4,202 girls' who operation-from the family and the interests depends the welfare of 'all and future conditions and to form been taught those people who have !

I sent in reports canned 1,032,115 community to the county and state, our people.It voluntary organizations to push for- been clamoring for L_

-, cans of tomatoes; 522,147 cans of other and the self-help characteristic of all is proper and needful, therefore, ward all worthy and helpful move- army and navy. It decreasing has shown the the OLDEST ESTABLISHED JIB UTIf !

;- products, at a total value of $180- demonstration work. There must be that all citizens imbued with public ments, which offer beneficial results
that the EST SEED HOUSE IR FIOIIDI
country and
'. 420,05. They have developed to a definite parts of the home demonstration spirit and with regard for the future with respect to the planting, cultiva- been necessary to army maintain navy the honor have V I r

,considerable extent special products work for the men and boys as advancement of our state and our tion and marketing of all the numer- and
dignity and the
of southern fruits and vegetables. I well as for the women and girls. The country, as well as for the material ous crops which combine to make position of the United even States.Thanks commercial. E. A. Mare Seed Got
Poultry clubs have followed the work : men demonstration agents and college interest of the particular section in Florida's agricultural and horticul- to the I
in canning and gardening, and there instructors will continue to give which they live, should be zealous and tural wealth. / patriotism and sound
sense of men who have been in No. 206; East St.
Bay
control I
of
the all the
in
are now 2,090 poultry club members. vital and generous help. untiring promotion To this end it has seemed proper of o
;;. Bread'clubs have been organized experimentally First Steps to be Taken. movements well designed to benefitour that I might suggest a common date I our government we have a Jacksonville' Florida j

f'f, in a few. counties and 1. Women to be enrolled in the varied agricultural, horticulturaland for the holding of meetings in each good better.navy and To the we are same going men to we'makeit are III.\ ,

tome home improvement 0 work has home demonstration work. trucking. industries. county of the state by all persons interested indebted for the
t been done. This fall will see winter 2.: Under direction of the county Over six weeks ago, when the effects directly or indirectly in our security we feel in cASKETs
our seacoast defenses.
I gardening carried on extensively by women agent they will participate in of the European war first be- farming, fruit growing, or trucking, But there is yet much to be done to COFFINS, : -
the club members.In all of these activities and teach their daughters the prep- gan to be felt in the scarcity of many and I: therefore designate Saturday, make the mobile And i Jull Line of \

the women on the farms have aration of attractive dishes from can- ordinary commodities and in the rap- November 7, 1914, as Farmers' andGrowers' army sufficient to Undertakers Supplies t t
meet new conditions. With garrisons .
'. A ning club club and club idly advancing prices of many arti- ;
given active help. Frequently they poultry. pig Day throughout the state of hand.
needed in the Always on The best Mr-
t products and'those of winter cles of food. I issued an address to the Philippines, in Hawaii,
have been enrolled to receive the instructions gardens.
Florida and I and
J; ; respectfully urgently in Alaska and in Panama more infan- vice at the lowest pricei. special ;
have attended the meeting This will shortly involve demonstration farmers of Florida and to all citizensof
t.
request that in each county,
try and field artillery are imperative.The Attention to Telegraph Orders. E
f and demonstrations. As cooperators work in other foods, as breads, the state who own or control lands or, where it is deemed advisable, in number of l

f they have ,eagerly followed etc., which should 'accompany the urging that they make arrangements each locality the farmers and grow should. be increased men in order in companies to insure Registered, ) Embalmer

N the instructions of the county agent dishes made in way of forming whole- for the planting and cultivation of as ers and citizens generally gather at competency.The 0.-' ., si
and have urged that special work be some combinations. extensive fall food crops as circumstances convenient places and give careful
W should
.: organized among them. 3. Accompanying this use of club would permit, to the end that thought and discussion to ways and that army officers be concentratedso a DcWITT C. JONES
''' A? Organization. products, the women will make dem- I,o there be an abundance of such products means of protecting and advancing in large bodies.and men How can be trained Soccoiot to:GJ C.Livingston& Co. i

: .. 4 The co-operative work ,carried on onstrations in use of labor saving raised by our home people for their interests, and of arousing and field officers be can generaland II Starke, Fla.HIIIINIIIIIII. I
in
developed small
I"t.- by the office of Farm Demonstration devices and conveniences, many of home consumption and for sale in I stimulating interest in all measures garrisons? Only in mobile

.Work and state colleges of agriculture which are home made. The first one other markets. I endeavored in that 'affecting the prosperity of their respective vers can they learn to handle maneu- ia

has from the' beginning empha- of importance will be the fireless communication to point out the great localities as well as to all bodies of large +++. +- ++*+* tf

.- sized the plan of organization.which cooker, in which many of the new material advantages which would 'certainly matters affecting the general welfareof need troops.We more trained I f I
soldiers
c provides for the efficient, devoted dishes will be prepared. As rapidly accrue through such activities. the state. who have served in men SEABOA&DTIME: TABLE. ff
the
V county,woman agent employed for as as possible, these conveniences will Very soon thereafter, I again ad- An earlier date is not suggested for who can be called into service army, and -i: ft F
<' long a term as possible and instructed -! involve both saving'of labor and im- dressed the people of Florida urging the reason that it is considered advis- sudden when The following schedule is If r
and agents.. the sanitary conditions of the that each citizen who could afford to any emergency arises. It is in effect +
1 supervised by state prove able, and now it is recommended, that the undisputed fact that in now :,
:. This plan of personal leadership and farm home. Before long this will include do so, go into the market at once and prior to the 7th of November the people we have suffered for want, of every trained war + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tampa I i

r supervision'' is the basis of all successful practical home water works buy from farmers unable to hold, one in their respective localities hold soldiers. The levies f due at Starke 11:02 A. M. ,I l

,,- work. The time of employ- system. i or more bales of cotton, paying there- preliminary meetings at such time as lacked the raw ever have No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam- f
knowledge and
: ment of the county agent has increased 4. Suggested conveniences to be for not less than ten cents per pound.I may suit their convenience for the in clash discipline + pa, die at Starke 11:14 P. M. \

',:: rapidly so that many of them are made: fireless cookers, wheel trays' also urged the people to organize purpose of discussing plans and same necessary raw recruits a and of arms.1 volunteersthat ) The f No. 15, Jacksonville to Cef, {

::, now employed from eight to twelve fly traps, step saving devices, and local and county associations or clubs measures to be submitted for more become f dar Key, due at Starke 4:49 +
months of the year. The ideal now conveniences for use in care of the for the purpose of stimulating the general consideration at the larger a disorganized mob and ,f P. M. +
run when thrown
a being striven for is the well-trained, milk and butter. purchase and holding of cotton until gatherings contemplated to be heldon without.away into battle f No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville +

11 efficient woman agent in every county 5. Suggested conveniences to be the market regained its normal con- November 7th. steadfast training became the flower ofa I f due at Starke 3:49 P. M. +

employed for the entire year. Now purchased: labor saving cook stoves, dition ,and the commodity could demand Florida is today one of the most years' service.army That after one or two I 4 No. 2, Tampa to Jacksonville +
that the worth of the work has been devices for preparation of fruits and its proper price in the marketsof prosperous states of the union, and is the kind of I f due at S rke 4:54 A. M. +
troops could
v'' established and it has been sufficiently vegetables and cleaning devices. the world. enjoys a high rank in the matter of adequate we maintain with an ,+ No. 14, Cedlir Key to Jacksonville +,

proved that it cannot be done suc- Many conveniences of this kind have It has been very gratifying to note per capita wealth. Her prosperityand 'If the reserve United system. f due fat Starke 9:21 +

cessfully without close supervision already been given as prizes and the that considerable interest has been high, standing can be even more not States Governmentdoes f, A. 'M. +

all ,the year round, it is our policy club members will wish to purchase manifested throughout the state in advanced, however, by proper co-op-i tion tangle itself up with arbitra-f, +
for the coming year to get just as others with garden profits. the diversification of crops, and that eration and organization in the inter- : compacts its and peace treaties, and +, Starke and Wannee Branch + I

many counties on ,the basis as possi- 6. The county women agents will the "Buy a Bale of Cotton" move- est of the farmers and growers who goes way maintaining its suprem-f, ---1:- +

& ble regardless of any extension of encourage women demonstrators to ment has hearty support in many sec- contribute so greatly to the State's its acy upon the Western Hemisphere, No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 *

territory. these counties, as rapidly find and constantly extend to them tions of the country. The situation development. It is earnestly hoped the rights of commerce in all parts of f A. 1.I. +

as the girls' work shall become established the best methods and practices now which now confronts us is one which and urged that our people take greater world on an equality with all other t No. 104 arrives. at Starke +
nations
and the agents4 efficiency in use in their communities. By this presents the greatest opportunity ever advantage of the unusual oppor- asking nothing but what is 2:45 P. M. +
., demonstration work means, good conveniences offered to for right t>f other nations, we ought to f +
proven, for the recipes, our people extendingand tunity offered them to protect the industries avoid .
women shall be developed. It is im- methods of work, already discoveredwill improving their agricultural in- of the state, increase her war. + Limited Trains +
.. portant that this be done as promptly become general. terests and it ,calls for the best wealth and develop her resources. But it has been shown that European 4 A.

! ; as possible as is consistent with 7. The.. carrying... on. of home. demonstration thought and the wisest caution on the PARK TRAMMELL, Some nations nation do not stand upon rights. + No. 9, Jacksonville to Tampa +
I thorough work, so that as funds become will shortly result in meet- part of our entire citizenship in rising Governor. was wrong or there + due at Starke 12:51 P. M. +
I f available from the SmithLeverbill ings in the'homes and schools for the to the emergency and taking ad- would not have been any war in Eur- + No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville +

for salaries of women agents, purpose of reporting work done and vantage of the opportunities offered.It LARGER ARMY NEEDED. rope. Some nation might go wrong + due at Starke 6:10 P. M.\ +

i there shall be in existence a practical showing of results. The need of clubs is a time when mutual aid and cooperation in dealing with us and a war could + T. J. Griffin Agent. +

Well-established system of home dem- and social features will be met from are needed in every section, If the United States had followed easily result. Consequently we must f +

t onstration work with tabulated results time to time as has been in the Girls' and, if freely and unselfishly given, the advice of ,disarmanent advocates, have an army, an army better than tt4++++1'+++ill m+If+4'ftr '

t- for enough counties to be convincing Work. the reward will be abundant. say since the civil war, it is interest'ng that which now exists, and a reserve -

Ff as to the soundness and the Instructions will be furnished by As indicative of the benefits to be to contemplate the kind of a help- force which could be called to thecolors Apply Sloan's Freely for Lumbago.
worth of the scheme. means of demonstrations visits derived from I desire in case of a sudden war. The not
i' from co-operation to less nation which we would have beenat Your attacks o4 Basis for Projecting the New Work. the county agent, circulars, letters call attention of the public to the fact the present time. We would have European war has shown how sud- nearly so hopeless 'as they seem. You

J., The: work done for girls shall be and bulletins from the state collegesand that within the past week an organi- been practically without a navy except denly nations can be embroiled and can relieve them elinost: instantly bya

I the point of departure in the activities the office of Farm Demonstrationwork. zation was formed at a meeting in a few little ships for saluting that trained troops and reserves are simple application of Sloan's Liniment

planned for women's demonstra- These will be furnished in def- Jacksonville held by a number of citizens -' Durposes.. We would have had an necessary to meet such emergencies. on the back And loins. Lumbago

tions because of,the results already inite relation to the concrete devel- from different parts of the rmy of a few thousand men. We .(Signed) JULIAS KAHN.._ is a form of rheumatism and yields

obtained and the popularity of the opment of the demonstrations.The state, known as the Florida Twenty would have been without fortifications What Would You f-Do- perfectly to Sloan'j. which penetrates

/ movement. The place of the country exhibits of boys' and girls' Thousand Bale Club, its purpose being m the sea coast. There are many times when one quickly all in through the sore, ten-

woman agent has been firmly estab- products will next year be accom- to assist needy cotton growers ir It is possible that we would have man questions another's actions and der muscles, limbeiS up .the back and

lished. She has passed from the garden panied by exhibits showing the prog- selling their cotton at a fair price. had the Panama Canal, although thiss motives. Men act differently under makes it feel fine. Get a bottle of
to"', and poultry plant on to the lawn ress of the work outlined above. This is excellent' of
plan an -I com- a very doubtful proposition as the. different circumstances. The questionis Sloan's Liniment fur 25 cents any
;'F to set up the canning outfit; thence This outline will be followed at i mendable one, and I earnestly urge trip of the Oregon around South America I what would you do right now if you druggist and have jit in the house-

: to the pantry, where the club mem- once by full instructions for the steps that it be given hearty support and forced the building of the ca- had a severe cold? Could you do bet- against colds, sore aid swollen joints,
<", ber has stored her supply of choice outlined above. While these are only co-operation in all parts of the state! lal. But even if we had the canal we ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough rheumatism, neuralgia, sciatica and

t. canned fruits and 'vegetables. She is the preliminary part of a continuous In view of the relatively limited production would have had no fortifications there Remedy? It is highly recommendedby like ailments. Yon* money back tf

now a welcome visitor to the kitchen I work, county agents who are instruc- I' of cotton in Florida concerted ind even if we tried to protect it by people who have used it for not satisfied, but it,does give almost
where incidentally she has advised ted by their state agents to begin this of the in years
t' support movement whicr neutrality treaties, the past few and know its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sar- instant relief. :
the girl's mother on many household I work realize the importance of getting : this club has taken the lead woul weeks have demonstrated such trea- gent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's -' -
Her visits of instruction and I a few of these definite demon- tend Only One "BROMO QUININE"To
., affairs. greatly to relieve the distres.c Mes to be of no value in time of war. Cough Remedy is worth its weight in
encouragement have established her strations made and reporting results felt by the cotton growers of FloridaTo The ideal position of the United gold and I take pleasure in recommending TIVE get BROMO the eenniw.c OUnlJ .E.for.took full for same iiznatort"E. LAxA'

place in the affections and confidence within the next few months. most successfully derive perma-- I States, according to the advocates of it." For'sale by all dealers. cough.W.GROVE.and headache Cure a act Cold work-cfl in One Day.cold.r .Swpi'


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3X1914'T THE;BRADFORD,{COUNTY TELEGRAPH.: Jl W.Aw't"'\ J''f"

: ;PAGETHRrTKjjJE :
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A- .
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:r- t ed, will ,be' employed' in the opera- I such a mild form that it will not cause'I T

ft tion of the factory.-Fernandina any large loss. But it Will not:do to''I II ,

[ STATE WS News-record. neglect at anytime these,two men-!
I Bradford
4P I II
I tioned. On Tuesday you should feed Coufity

; There will be rejoicing at Big Cypress a tablespoonful of salts in some soft I _

.2 ""\.J.'f ri--, when Charlie Willie the pre- I mash feed to fifteen, to, twenty-five'
+. ;. All Over Florida mier, sartorial artist and modiste' chickens Abstract Company'
That Are Happening according to size and on
Things 'the
: Seminole tribe, gets home"withfourteen i
+ I' Friday feed.the same amount of sulphur '
;*! As Told By Our Exchanges hundred yards of bright- likewise. Old chickens that'II A,complete record Bradford. County,lands
,hued calico and cambric he at
r' bought Land Title
Real Estate
have passed through this epidemic I 'Inveatmen ,
: the E. B.
Douglass store recently. .
,
{ :l.. 1 and nearly in the south has A
'smaller fish of this kind. Pompano Charlie Willie expects to keep his four every one ,
park has
Governor. Trammel COQ-: immune from .,
pre it and seldom have
than 10 machines for -
poundsand
'the Alachual usually run n. higher sewing busy, sometime
,'seated to officially open No- the weight and'size of the one I turning out new creations for the it. .Therefore: it is1 :not. absolutely $.
Fair ,Gainesville. on '
; County caught by Mr. Searles astonished everyone haughty bucks and slouchy belles of essential that you feed it to the old ,

, Vgnber 17. I who viewed it when exhibitedfor the tribe. In view of the state of the chickens. This trouble we have to -I b1

Palm Beach county is'to have a a short time before Mr. Mitchell's cotton market, he expects to give the contend with every year, and when a b '

f Mw'eourt' house. ,At a recent meeting office. The fish was pronounced a prices a boost by adding an inch anda chicken has it once it is a rare thingit 1 _
.
, of the county commISSIoners the pompano by Will Hibbs ,of,the Hibbs half to the length of the tails he ever has it the second time. Nearly IN :,

;-contract was awarded to E. P. Manle, Fish Company, who offered to pay will put on the unmentionables the ,all chickens that are-grown have : '

whose bid was $190,000. Work on Mr. Searles 25 cents a pound for it. Indians wear when on dress parade. had it in some form at some time be- STOCK : :

the structure will commenced, at -St. Petersburg Independent. The Seminole had his goods shippedto fore they were grown and it seldom 1 PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS <

'an early date and the building is to Larkins station, where he will meet ever affects them after they are one i MATCHERS 'SELF FEED RIP

' ,'completed within twelve motnhs. A preliminary "try out" snake the train with his boat, dog cart or year old. F TOWER EDGERS TRUI.1IERSPERKIXS' '

fight in the ball park Saturday after- other means,of conveyance. The fab- A person need not fear sore head to SHINGLE 40 h. MACHL'GERYENGINES
up SAWMILLSBOILER'S.
t An old time' Fiddlers' convention noon attracted a large crowd, but the rics will be transported in a canoe much if he will make up his mind not B. to 40 b. ucbt _d Heavy

will be held in Live Oak at the Fairgrounds mill did not prove as interesting as from the nearest water to( the Big to hatch a lot of chickens the last of SAWDUST'CONVEYORS SLAB CAX

the opening day of. the was'expected. The betweena where Charlie will under-
on fight was Cypress, July, August and the,first of GASOLINE EXGIXES STEAM FEEDS
fair, November 10, which will be on large diamond back rattler and a take to strengthen the "made in A- bber. Usually chickens septem-I LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS: .

, i Tuesday.' Prizes in gold will be king snake, the plans being to later merica" movement by industriously' I DISSTOX SAWS .
ing these three months bring most of
5 j awarded. Get out the fiddle and the have a fight to the finish to establishthe plying his needle, or rather the four SAW BITS for all mates of uwa ,
the
trouble that breeder has with
4 bow, and for that day hang up the truth or falsity of the oft repeated sewing machines. Charlie, like many a SHAFTIXG PULLEYS BOXES

shovel and the hoe. Go to it, boys.- statement that a king snake can other Americans, who seek an easy sickness or weakness in his flock, even 1 BELTIXG, 4 rradea-medium to beat .

.1 Jasper News; whip a rattler. The rattler was in road to wealth, conducts a cleaningand for months afterwards. During the LOG CIIAIXS CANT BOOKS TOXGS '
hot months little chickens do not EVKRYTIIIXG FOR THE
'. good shape, but the king snake doesno pressing establishment way backin SAWMILL
of Polk
'j The county commissioners of *- seem to have yet regained h'u tile tall grass of the interior, and thrive, and they do not feather rapidly. Write for

l! county have granted the association request to sight after shedding, for he crawhd is also chief tailor to the tribe and fljherefore, when the first cool ee PricesDRINK ,

the county good roads about as though he did not see the dressmaker to the feminine contin- nights come in October, if it catches 4 "

spend about $7,000 on various types this rattler; and only once did the two gent. He does the work himself and them about half-feathered they usually -

, of:roads in Polk county. By get together, and they made but little scorns the assistance of the women. take cold, and it contaminates the
: inethod it is thought, the best type
show of a fight then. However, it "Think so, me got 'em four ma- early hatched ones, and roup and sore
be ascertained and this permanently -
can adopted for future road buildIng -, is thought that when the king snake chines," he exclaimed. An investigation head always follow. Young chickens

t of Florida.' 'ts had time to fully recover his revealed the truth of the state- hatched during these months, if they ---- --
in this part
,\ sight and another "try out" is had, -ont and also showed that he operates are' kept where' other chickens have DRINK

The existence of a Klu Klax Klan it will prove more interesting.-Punta them himself.-Miami Herald. inhabitated during the year are more

organization in the lower section of Gorda Herald. than apt to bring two dreaded diseases HARARE
The people of Fernandina will be
; Holmes county, east of Pensacola, to your flocks, and, as young
All over the city and county, those pleased to know, that the prospects
the
las been brought to light through chickens cannot be fed salts and sulphur 4
who have more'peCln trees on for this win- .
one or a lively fishing season
death of J. C. Walden, a farmer of or it should not be fed to them _
their premises are ready to tell all ter are unusually good and that the ,
, that section, who was assassinated until they are six to eight weeks old, To The Trade:
interestedof the almost unprecedentedyield business will soon be in full opera- DRINK DRINK
'i i several days ago. After a coroner'sinquest you can't expect anything but bad results
into, the murder five residents of nuts for the present season's tion at this place. The NewsRecordis and lots of trouble just as longas Tinware, Stoves: ,

gathering, all trees having the appearance in receipt of information from Mr.
of that section were arrested, you hatch chickens during the hot "You have no right to speak ill of a Ranges, Sash, Doors,
: of being more heavily loaded G. L. Roux, now in New York, to the
; and other arrests will probably follow summer. It is all right, and they will public officer unless know Blinds Paints
you you Oils Putty
have been Bros. firm ,
I now then they ever effect that the Cheseboro ,
often do well for a person who has a are speaking the truth. If, on the
known to be. In fact, those who have if that city, will operate here again Farming implements as follows
nice free out in the other hand do'
range country, you know that he as .
t It seems that Isaac Weisheun was given attention and care to ,the culture this winter and will open up their '
with the size of the'10-. in woodlands, and where chickens a public servant has committed wrong Plow,
1 not satisfied of the pecan are of. the opinion house and offices here again under
: pound sweet potato which he dug last that the yield for this season will be the name of the Fernandina Fishingand have not inhabited before or where you fail in your duty as a citizen if Disc Harrows, ,
they have not been kept in large numbers do not denounce him from the
i week from his garden and kept, on in excess of any they have ever had, Trading Company, and be readyto you Stalk

digging. This week he came across and even the younger trees have madea receive and ship by car line fish as everything is fresh and pure housetops." Toot, Spring
that makes around such premises, but It is certainly Florida's legislature has recognizedthe Tooth Peg and Shovel
mammoth
i l another potato most encouraging showing. Pecans and shrimp to the New York market. ,
" th ten-pounder look small The last generally are not given the attention Mr. Roux, who will have charge of folly for anyone who is not so evil of false reports by enacting a Cultivators Mowing Machines
' situated to attempt to raise chickens law which reads this "Whoever ,
one weighs over fourteen pounds and they should have, especially in the the business, will return next week way
during these months on any premises falsely or maliciously disseminates or Corn and Fertilize Distributors
he well digging
Isaac says keep on city. It is almost invariably the case and begin arrangements for opera-
until he finds a larger one. Fourteen- where tree residen- also that a large number of chickens spreads rumors or reports concerningthe Rakes Presses
a pecan grows on tions to begin at once. We are Hay Hay Hay
have been during the earlier existence of infectious
pound sweet potatoes are good aver- tial lots that the tree is left to shift informed that the large fishing smack kept on any or
vertisers for Florida, especially to If part of the season. I have seen occasionally contagious disease shall be punished Ties, Wagons, &s Engines
for itself, as it were. a good yield Roulette, is now on the way to this
4 those'skeptics who declare nothingcan comes all right and 'good.: If not, it port and will arrive during the com- some people have good suc- "ly imprisonment not exceeding six Pumps, Irrigating Plants .
be here. Come down and cess maybe one year in five or six months, or by fine not exceeding one
grown, generally is passed as a matter of "g week. Other boats belonging to Traction Engines
hatching during these months, but in thousand dollars."
take looks at Isaac's of sweet
a $ crop course and no very serious regretsare the Cheseboro's fleet will soon follow
Times. nine cases out of ten, if continuedyear At various times the state board of Grist Mills
potatoes.-Stuart forthcoming
expressed. But for the and the business of this firm is expected -
.. by year, they will usually lose a health has been annoyed by reportsof
"gathering" season, all reportsare Electric
to assume large proportionsat Plumbing Wiring
A herd of manatees or seacows has lot more than they will gain by do- disease in epidemic proportions ,
that the will exceed
of late been frequenting the water at yield both any- t an early date. Some other fishing ing so. Sorehead can be largely cor- where only one or two cases, or none Building and General Con-
I thing of the sort in the past in concerns of equal prominence and al-
the'McDonald boatyard in the southern rected and we would have much less at all had occurred. Such rumors aredifficult Automobile
the city and county.-Peniacola Jour- smaller have tracting -
o many ones expressedtheir
of the city being attracted
part cf it in the country every season if or impossible to trace to' their
by the fresh water and the easy access nal. intentions to engage in the fish- the people would discontinue hatching soure, but whether they emanate Tires and llubes.,

affored to it by the recently completed The Industrial Index, of Columbus, :ng business here this season and it at least by the middle of July, any- from idle gossip or ignorance or from Lumber -.; Shingles
is believed that the industry is goingto
canal from the boatyard to the Ga., the leading authority in the way. It does not affect ducks, and malice, the result is the same. The -

.main channel of the river. Capt. McDonald south on industrial development, has be more active and profitable this they can be hatched every month in community at large is injured, injured -
before. It is stated
says that the manatees come the following to say concerning an season than* ever the year, but it will not do to hatch seriously, for good health is the DeWitt

up'to the yard sometime. during th3 important Florida industry: Interest- that fish are. bringing good prices on chickens and take the chances one biggest asset of any neighborhood, Jones
the market and the outlook is that
night and .remain until about 7:00 ing and at this time especially in- does take during these hot summer and good news never quite overtakesthe : ,1
prices will continue good as there is I
.in the morningwhen the stirring of portant concerning the great phos- months.If reports of evil that have ever so Starke Florida
the men coming to work drives them no very large supply on hand. While .
hate of Florida contained ,:
unfortunate
industry are I a person should be so slight a start.Probably
back the river. There nine of everything looks good for an early
to were I;
in from .
sptcial correspondence as to have sore head in his flock many Floridians know

the full grown seacows at the boatyard TJarapa] .Fla., published in this issueof improvement in business conditions the coming season, the best treatment that the statute books contain this ,

Friday morning, Capt. McDon- the Industrial Index. The erroneous generally throughout the country, it 'jl have ever tried for it is raw.lin- provision that guards the state from
ald News. is gratifying to people of this section -'I
ays.-Daytona' impression that the industry has bus- seed oil and carbolic acid about one such insidious attacks. Many do'not M.ENDon't
\ 1 I II I i that the prospects for "big
J.',W. Eaton, the bee man of Wela- practically suspended on account of iness" were never better at this time I' pint of linseed oil to two ounces of know it. Few prosecutions have been

ka, was in the city Wednesday. Last the European war has-prevailed out- of -Feranndina News-Record. I full strength carbolic acid. If the made under authority, for loyal rail .( wait until* dlfHnornnize Important -

spring he had about 75 hives and side of Florida. As 4 matter of fact, year. carbolic acid is not strong it shouldbe citizens appreciate the harm that can (.re.... have-

gathered about 250 gallons of honey. 'orida produces 80 per cent of the SORE HEAD. made strong enough to make the be done in this way. It is difficultto candt*wicked of men on the

'. He now has 150 hives and next year entire output of the United States sores black inside of eight to ten conceive such reports being circulated and IWkI' *I t.Ignorance

.,expects to gather 500 gallons of honey and of the total amount produced in Loring Brown on the Dread of hours after it has been applied. Per- with malicious intent, but :

and that will be about as manyas Florida, only 40 per cent is exported. manganate' of potash or Conkley's whether by malice or thoughtlessness, "O6"r

,he can take, care of himself. Mr. Polk county is the center of the great Southern Poultrymen. Roup cure should be kept in their wa- the good name of any community may Abtoli'fo rum In .n

Eaton is not ambitious, but he hopesto phosphate industry of the state and ter for drinking every day so long as be irretrievably attacked.It curable I eases of contracted: dl _
treat
Weakness ,
realize not less than $5.00 from of the twelve phosphate plants in that The following article from the well they are affected, as roup is sure to is indeed the duty of every citi- role, Blood Poison PUn Of )and ken all Varico-PEL-

each hive, and.if ,the season is right county, only three have been closed known Southern poultry expert Lor- I i follow any case of sorehead, and this zen to report the existence of epidemic VIC withoutet606 DISEASES.dinrtlj IncUUlfij RUPTURE

it may be anywhere up to $10. He since the European war began. One ing Brown, of Atlanta, Ga., ,from the treatment is sure to keep down this disease, but he should not tell it to without cutting or'detention Into the blood from

knows he can make a sure living and of the plants is owned by French peo- Industrious Hen, will be read with interest trouble to a large extent. When sore the winds that scatter it to the cor- tosinesi.Hoars.. 9 a. m. to it I.- m. 4

if satisfied. The sample of Mr. Eaton ple and the other two has been ship- by poultry readers of the head once appears in a flock, you canI ners of the earth. He should reporthis Correspondence sollcl td. ,-

', honey to be seen at the board of ping their entire output to Germany.It Telegraph.Sore I rest assured that it will affect the entire suspicions to the local health au Dr. GeD. L. 'Dickerson .

trade rooms was made from orange is well enough to emphasize at head is one of the most dreaded flock, and every bird should bet thorities or to the state board of 111 WEST FORBTTH rVTREET. p

bloom and has been much admired, this time the status of the Florida that the Southern breeder has to : treated at once, beginning with the health. A careful examination and JACKSONVILLE Near Heard, Dank Bldg.FLORIDA.

and from it a number of sales have phosphate industry.The contend with. 'It has kept many peo- well ones and ending with the sick diagnosis are made and the nature of

been made.-Palatka News. big shrimp canning factory of ple out of the poultry business, and ones. the disease is at once determined and I .

s disgusted hundreds that had chickensto the interests of the community pro- t v
Dunbar & I
Lopez which has
Ducate
An important local sale of cattle ,
this week was the purchase by W. C. been under way of construction for such an extent that they would not IDLE TONGUES."Thou tected. No time is lost, the dangerof H. C. RICHARD a

the two and half attempt to raise chickens again. To error is minimized and relief is
Bass and E. L. Lesley of H?nry Pa"-I past a months, has

,tin's entire herd, estimated at 1,500 received its finishing touches and will prevent sore head is a very simple shalt not bear false witness brought in the shortest possible per- General Insurance

head, for which they paid $15 per open for business next Monday. I thing, especially in North Georgia. It against thy neighbor." iod.If \

,, head. Lesley and Bass are among the Large quantities of cans and other seems to prevail more in South Geor- I This is one of the ten rules handed you can't boost, don't knock. -1

leading cattle men. At present articles used in the factory have been gia and Floriad than it does farther down from Mout Sinai which have Florida has the reputation among

their stock "of cattle number 16,000 arriving for several days past and a North. During the months of July, I been regarded as the basis for all the the states that it has safeguarded its I represent none but FIRST-CLASS

head,and they own a ranch of 31,000 full supply for the operation of the August, September and October this I world's safest legislation. We have health and sanitary conditions to the companies and will be constantly on the
Its climate and oth-
acres on Canoe Creek. All of theproperty business for some time to come is disease generally makes its appear- never got beyond them, and the fact highest'> conditions degree.have been charged with alert to promote your intlresti... Guar- }

is now being put under wire now on hand ready for the opening ; ance, and it seems to be similar to j f that false reports are among the ser- r is within antes courteous treatment to all(;&UoDI.
unhealthful and it
being only -
fence.. The Lesley and Bass ranch Monday. The factory property con- measles or smallpox. There are cer- ious crimes is established by the place recent that the real truth is A well written policy by.a first-claw
is being developed along modern lines sists of two large buildings made of tain of the that I years
seasons year are more of this commandment in the code. cofepany
circulation and credence in first-class
"=; I finding i agent a Sometimes -
Dipping vats have been installed so corrugated galvanized metal,'a large suited to its culture and make it And "thy neighbor" doesn't include
j world.
.aa to eradicate the tick pest and boiler and engine room, a water t throughout the country and the means much in case of loss b;fire
experiments -
spread during this time' than itdoesi : merely the man who lives the other Floridian is shouldbe
good ,
in growing various grasses pumping station, four good sized cold of its natural season. It would side of the fence line-it means all Every loyal that he will not or slanderor H, C. RICHARD S/arke/ Ha.
and hay to storage rooms and I so ,
supplement the a splendid
footageof /
range pas- be impossible for breeders who keep 1 whose interests are identical with retard the of his home ,
tore are being successfully made. dock extending far out into the progress
Kiasimmee large flocks of chickens to succeed if your own, who rejoice in the same state. I i" Y1j
Valley Gazette. water with landings nthe
o front and
there was not some by which this I good fortune and mourn over the
at either side way CASSELjL'SFamous ; .
The with a good depth of same disasters. Indeed it would It Always Does the Work."I .
largest disease be checked if
pompano ever seen in water all can kept and a
around. The capacity of like Chamberlain's Cough Rem- Indian RemedyFOR
of the
this seem that the original meaning
city
was caught Saturday by Joe the person has learned how to control it
factory will be about "
600 bushelsof !words in this includes all edy better than any other, writes R. "
Searles of Mitchell's Beach place man- INDIGESTION
the
fishWeighing and keep it out of his fowls, otherscan
shrimp
27 1-2 daily, which means the em- !! kind-all who belong to the great E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have
pounds. Noel
Mitchell bought the A.' ployment of about 500 people in all certainly do likewise if they use brotherhood of man- taken it oft'and on for years and it GUARANTEED TQ CURE

giant pompano departments of the business. It is the proper treatment. If the person the desired 75 CENTS AND $1
and will have it mounted What right has one man to speak has never failed to give
by a taxidermist -1 the intention of the to em- who wishes to avoid this disease For sale all dealers. mI
company results.
by
and placed i against another? None, unless it be
on permanent exhibition I nloy white women in the departmenti among his chickens will begin the latter Manufactured by the T. A. Cas-
as the champion of that to protect the community against his Fla.For
sell's Medicine Co. Arcadia .
spe- where the of June and continue until ,
i canning, packing and labeling part temeliis ffii'l Can
Otter
cies pf, fish. A striking feature evil doings, and then only upon such Cans Old lana, '
the of" i is done. The beheading and dressing the latter part of October the feedingof would be The worst cues,no matter of how long finding, Skby K
catch was that the positive knowledge as accepted old reliable Dr.
wonderful,
cured the
caught with a hook, something pompano which was of the shrimp will be done by salts and sulphur regularly every as evidence in a court of law. are Porter's Antiseptic by Healing Oil. It relieves J. C. CARTERSTARKE tt

mom happens even with the much colored men and women, while a large week, they will not be troubled with A former president of the United Vain and Ueal at die tame time. Zac.SOc$LOG FLORIDA

number of men, both white and color- this disease or, if so, it will be inV States once said in a public address, Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. .

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iri r !AGUR: : /t THE;BBADFORD,COUNTY TELEGRAPH Friday,' october

,
f' sk .. .
'Bradford T.ca afiy Telepyb MQTH RS' PENSIONS, tear up the lawn in his experimentsin I NO MANHOOD MILL '- -" ",'

gardening, it is 'hisown business.

.. iLFige1million .dollars.in .one:year is It costs money to keep'up a'home' There THE FLORIDA
is !
: f no manhood mill which PRESS
{, Local and. Long; ,Distance_ .Phone' the income that pensioned mothers'in but what of that? It costs money to ,;
/ 'Nnmber40 ,, .. i.k -, -. enjoy of the pleaSures' of this takes in boys and turns out men.Whatyou ;

I nineteen states will receive this year any call "no chance" be .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....... .... c'. ... .. .. ... ,. :, .,t.A..AA..AAAA. _"_-
life, and there is, nothing that gives may :&v40 Pi icxo k- -

'- Published weekly, 'and :entered 'as under the, system of which Judge so big a return for the expenditure your only chance. Don't wait for Hydropath, homeopath,,'allopathand account of the wu." ; >'
Poor f
Neil is the father: When the :
second class matter 'at the p .t.of6ee Henry as does an abode wherein'one can exercise your place to be made for you, makeit all paths lead but, to the. grave. Hard Times, he canTt ret'i '
European war,began Judge Neil's at- his will. No other
: at Starke Florida own pos
in
yourself. Don't wait for -Palm Beach Post. Miami >
_some one Florida./ MetropoIii ,
tention was attracted to the calamity session he may acquire ever'meansquite ,

chiefly because of its effect on the so much to a man as"'does this to give you a lift, lift yourself. Henry : .,J"i.
i! '
E. 8. Matthews Editor and Owner "
women and children, who are the first home. Ward Beecher did not wait for a Just think of it. Practically every P. T., Barnum believeding. b"" 'X
F. E.' Robbins ___ Associate Editor, He said
when
and Business greatest sufferers "warfare. 'While call.to a'large church with a big sal country involved in the European war he made *
Manager
nineteen states in America this year HOW TO CURE PELLAGRA. sends missionaries to China.-Pensa- he put half of it in adrertg>
He
ary. accepted the first pastorate
,said that While
will spend$5,000,000 to abolish. child cola News. he was talking'

Friday, October ,,23rci, 1914. poverty and preserve homes, Germany There is good-news regarding pellagra I offered him, in a little town near Cincinnati friend ,after breakfast, the FcRs

France and Russia He became literally the lightof was talking: to thousands. '
-- -T 1.- -- England, the mysteriously enervating Mary Garden is a Red Cross nurse ia'

; _" Belgium is no longer 'on the map. 'will spend $40,000,000 every twenty- disease which has been under investigation the church, for he trimmed the in France, and bets are freely offered words, the paper was beinga lead'
.
i; : V.. four hours during the war and the in Europe and in this country. lamps, kindled the fires', swept the that she will outstrip all the rest. thousand.; When he died he-.:" Th

The Germans have put. the "end" in only 'direct, result is poverty for the The public health service in Washington rooms, and rang the bell. His salarywas -Tampa Times. worth seventeen million do

';.r.r. .' "Osteni" women and children. Judge Neil's announces' the discovery that only about $200 a year but he Gallic Record. S'iJf

e hope is that the people of this'country knew that a fine church and a great About the only accomplishmentsome -
:J Don't worry. UgUnes's.-lika beauty, diet is at once, the cause and cure
,:' is only skin deep. 'I will learn how to preserve peace of pellagra, that it is not contagiousor salary cannot make a great man. It men can boast of is to be able You may -think that the"'e :
t
i I and use their money to abolish poverty infectious, and that cure can be was work and opportunity that he to hold more booze than their com- paper is not'.read, but just letTLs ,', L

'J;; The annual Yankee invasion off instead of spreading it everywhere effected by proper eating within, four wanted. He felt that if there was any- panions.-Fort Lauderdale Sentinel. three line notice get in the moit'. <
)
,: Florida. has began.i'7' through war. weeks. thing in him, work would bring it mote corner ;and if there is -anytl i' (

'':; fudge Neil's mother'' pension system The credit for this important discov- out. On October first, the ClearwaterSun wrong about;jit the whole:tonn "' jt
:what has become of the old-fash
'tif is know it in lass ; erA
simple than
.' ; : ery is given to Surgeon Goldbergerof -4T made this announcement. "Todayis 24 hours; "
ioned called baseball?
game .- "A mother's business is to take care the public health service, who, with The Jacksonville Life Underwriters' bill day. When the collector calls way about aii ad, if it is a real -- '

,0 4.> Forts nowadays are useful only to of her own children in her own home.If Director W. F. Lorenz, of the Wisconsin Association recommends that life insurance do not put him off with a tomorrowa- and tells of ;;something that can Ii ,aer

y1 .. give the enemy target practice. the husband and father dies, is ill Psychiatric Institute and sev- be taught in the public torium."-Miami Metropolis.There had at a real sure-enough barg. ..f L

.- or deserts and leaves the wife and eral assistants, has been at work for schools. It is not necessary to do will hear frpm, it just as quickly! al
i All the towns in Florida that have children dependent they still must >
Polk t
: some months in the study of the problem I that. The numerous life insurance are 12,000 union bottle County.Record.

',r not new school houses. want them. have three meals a day, shelter, which this disease has so long af agents will look after the education of blowers in the .United States and 12- -

,i England has not yet begun to fight, clothing, schooling and hope of prog forded. the public upon this subject, and the* 000,000 emptiers, but the latter are The Farm.mid Fireside is atithorit i : at

.- s but Germany is doing her durndest. ress. The old way was to force the Pellagra has been much in evidencein taxpayers don't want to spend moneyto I not all union men.-Mia.mi Metropolis. for the statement that under Pres iHjri

r. mother to go out to wash, to scrub or our southern states, but is more ofa advertise and promote the business : methods of marketing farm UoPa'i i

'I :; Everybody loves a lover except the to do other work for the children of menace in Europe, where it is prev- of life insurance companies. Be- costs $7,000,000,000 to get $6,000pon.._' to

:; .',. I other fellow who loves the same girl. :ome other mother. This broke down ilent chiefly among the peasantry, sides, the schools have more subjectsnow The best thing a knocker can do for 000 worth of farm. products to ftcf">

> the dependent mother; her own home whose food supply is meagre and lira- than they can handle properly. his home town is to buy a one way consumers-toe handlers getting '>,'"
You can't judge a man until you degenerated; her children, deprived of railroad ticket and ride it far thousand million more than the
as
tcd in variety. It has been attributed on : pro:
.
: him drunk from home' or The French is accused of
see or away her care, roam the streets and of- army using
it will take him.-Tarpon ducers. Is itany: wonder that' Sts
in Italy to the unversal use of corn as Progressive. : "OW i
both.
shells with
filled
: times become lawbreakers. Such families turpinite a gas
High Cost of-Living"; flourishes i.
meal, the slight fermentation of __
.
that to when
broken the Asso- puts an enemy sleep
were by
up fat? -13artow
London mothers quiet their children which I grows Courier-Inform}
was regarded as probably accountable -
they burst. A Yankee has a better
ciated Charities and the
juvenile
them the Zeppelins will get for the disease. i Whatever else do Mr. ant- : ''''' !
by telling This you may ,
court. The children were placed inorphans' I plan than that. He has invented an j
them. was negatived when pellagrawas Legislator, don't forget that compulsory '-. t I beitc
bullet that the victimit
opium
-r .-;- homes, asylums, poorhouses, 'I' found to exist in countries where causes education bill It will do more Some fellow:wrote' "the melanchoy J
Hens do more cackling than laying jails and'other' institutions at great f hits to see bright colored flowers "
corn was not used. good for the rising generation than days have com He either sHfferjj :5 i<
and most people do more talking expense to the taxpayers. Judge Neil and beautiful women as he blissfully
other from of l i
disappointed
This discovery therefore that pellagra any one thing.-Zolfo Springs a case love or
than performing. j j0 proposed that the money paid to sleeps and the battle rages around
asy- I is'a dietary rather than due toa Truth. never lived inFIorida.; We' find Wi;=*!!
---- lums, homes, hospitals, jails andd othr -i time of the year the most enjoyabV!J
The Savannah News says there will specific organism is of world-wide him.H. + :
be plenty of standing room at Armageddon institutions for taking care of the i 'rterest, and more important still is I 0.: Brown, who has announcedas We were just preparing a seriesof of all seasons. While others are potS S

this year.Diogenes hildren be given to the mother as the announcement that the diseasecan an independent candidate for the articles showing that the world ting ten tenss of coal in their celling

a pension. This' saves the .taxpayers' be cured through proper feeding. office of county treasurer of Bradford was growing better when the war in we, now and then, think of the tawf; B

would have to use a search ;20,000,000. I iPenaseola; Journal. county and promises to give to the Europe and the war in Mexico causedus when we will "place our order" for|4
in1mothers'
light instead of a lantern to\>find an "The $5,00,000 "pai dthis year -. county 20 per cent of the salary, if to file them away for a more appropriate good load of I ak logs which will tan:.:--

honest man nowadays. 'pensions, declares Judge SPARE MOMENTS. elected, doesn't seem to know that he season.-Ocala Banner. stitute ourfut4: needs for the winter.. ; ai
.-X Neil, "will save the nineteen states Brooksviile '
is violating the law and precluding Star. *
It is impossible to pronounce Prz- millions. It will reduce the -
many expense
his name from being placed on the One of the pleasures of running.a ':
emysl (pshe-mishl-y) unless you are of institutions for the children What do you do with your spare '
News. is the fact that have Florida farmers are realizing the: t
ballot.-Jasper newspaper you p
intoxication. moments? Do them to bet
in the third stage of and it will enable the mothers to you use
I the pleasure of standing around and importance raising their owniaj
-- ter yourself do them fora
or use
,The Tampa Times nominates Huer- maintain homes where the children time? you If Florida had reduction plants for hearing a fellow with a rectangularhead instead of bung it from the north. ;
I will be raised and few of good I mines
Al decently her phosphate her phosphate criticise the Natal found to be of tie v.
ta for provisional president of I You have ambitions intelligent way you do it and grass, one
bania. We second the nomination. them will become criminal or other has. don't, every show would now be in operation. It is not tell how it ought to be run.Pensacola best for forage purposes is being u:. '

r I public charges. !I person Why you I good Yankee sense to ship phosphateto News. tensively planted more than two toni
his mouth shut "Figures collected in the the world what you can do? Are and then it back,
A man should keep Chicago Europe ship pay of the seed having been sold in Hi s.
all the time when he is asleep and juvenile court show that out of 180 you waiting for something to turn up the transportation charges both ways Buckwheat cakes Florida 'lnty. A. P.
and new borough co: Stuckey, of
most or the time when he is awake. pensioned.mothers whose children that will give you promotion? Thatis and profits to the phosphate plantsin i
syrup. Spareribs and sausages, oys- Ocala, well-K1JJwn; in Sarasota, has, -
I mighty uncertain. You be
( into before may
were brought court ( the
A in exchange shows Europe. ters and shrimp. Quail on toast. Potato from his Marion county farms, Jar-
picture an law of their waiting thirty years from now for .
adopted) not
was
two more horses killed in the European ,I children was delinquent, one after the something to turn up and your best I The war correspondent of a London and pumpkin pie. Big hominyand vested 5,000; bales: of hay, which will ,

The is becoming Then what wrote "Our are now ham gravy. Yum, yum, yum. bring him several thousand dollars.
war. carnage pension was granted. This is easily days are past. will you do paper troops
awfuL j explained. The 180 mothers were at when you realize that your life has en route to Ralentir." He obtainedhis These things are only a foretaste of Sarasota Tilde

been a failure? When you go down information from one of the roadside our local bills of fare.-Ocala Ban-I i
home of their"own chil-
The is worth all it is costingus taking care '
war 1 Automobile ner. There wat guest grief and dismay
French
the street look around of the
and can signs
for it is Roosevelt and dren, where they belong, where they yeu
keeping
the when the>
apple
among growers
see examples of people who have been Association, "Ralentir, which means
s' Sulzer Thaw and Frank off the front want to be and where they must be down. J. M. Barco says: Great is Florida.We .I war in Europe broke out. With the ,
waiting for something to turn "slow -
if to citizens up.
they are produce good
page. I I went through the freeze of 1895 Teatest crop that America ever saw,
Ask them
and they will tell where
for the I you
state. The Austrian soldiers can't be expected and never asked help from the nation the prospect that the English and-
Germany should not demand such dollar invested in mothers' they made their mistakes. I
"Every I to fight well when they receive French markets would
r ; we passed through the panic 7 be cut off was
indemnities because she will haveto I II Make use of your spare momentsby
big the
pensions'will save taxpayers $5, i only a few cents a day. They can years ago without the blink of an eyelash I j terrible to contemplate. There'baa
them with interest sooner or into will training yourself for a better po I
repay change misery and
happiness
i their by doing little and been much talk
earn money very ; we are passing through the irecently of starting1"btlyabaire.o sj
'. later. I rive to the country millions of good sition. Make your own opportunities.Show fighting, and it is not human. nature war period without-a whimper. Flor- j .apples" slogan, and
the world live
: you are a one,
citizens who otherwise would be
The young man who tries to be turned "- then they will receive with to do more than is necessary. ida is too proud to put on a badge of other means jf Helping the poor apple
you open
into hooligans child '
by I
pretty ought to be arrested for he I. poverty. t arms. What did Albert W. Gilchrist ever poverty-and too resourceful to need grower: Well-up to Wednesday of

is trying to rob the ladies of ,their -Exchange. do so.-Clearwater Sun. last week, inclusive, there had been
> Make something out of yourself. do to the newspaper men to make
exported to Great Britain of thisyear's
birthright. I OWN YOUR HOME. Make up your mind at once. them so anxious for him to get married :: '
barretsragainst
Kaiser Bill was not born great and Take one moment now and sum up ? The Telegraph does not wish One of the largest lumber mills in apple 176,213'for crop 251,674
the
man the number of hours you are actually the such bad luck. West Florida is running night and correspond-
he did not achieve greatness, but he No who has the opportunity ex-governor any ing dates of last year-'runes-Umon.
wasting each day. Many of our most day and the resumption of work has I
should fail title the
had greatness thrust upon him. by the to < acquire to think
multiply
prominent men of this country have Most people negroes made the calamity-howlers- that
which he is to reside.
accident of birth. in
property
l
faster than the white race, but the vfgoraUngt thePa.e, and Sickly
distinction of the section
Until one owns his home his life is won by making use of the state feel very foolish. I
week Review business moment. fact is that negroes have increased This The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
Every Dun's says spare is one of the concerns which
not it should be. GROVE'S
as complete as the I TASTELESS: chill TONIC dnm oat
only half as fast as the whites in | Malaia.ecnchestieljlood.andbBild
is getting better. This encourages "had closed down permananetTy &uptbeiT
Even if must in debt to on
a man go I tern. A true tonic; For adults and children
United States since 1900.
)(, us to believe that conditions will secure his home, it is the thing for SOURCE OF BEAUTY.

.
I If England intends a to do any fight good a game as one can engage in, Health is the source of beauty, and to take part in the big conflict there ....e..........................N.N+N...N1......IIrn

s doesn't and the difficulties attending it but every rule for beauty is simply a rule are sitting on the fence waiting to
ing in the European war, why
'. lend zest to the struggle. Those who for health. A girl cannot have a see which side of the fence it will be
she recruit a body of men big enough
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J. to be called an army and get busy. enter the lists almost invariably come firm, elastic body, a clear skin, a fine wise to flop; on. I i Progressive Business Finns In !

out better for the effort. color and bright eyes unless she exer- Met ;

If the Zeppelin raids planned Really the chances taken are not cises, sleeps and eats profusely and If one drink of Jacksonville whiskey !

'. 1 against London are no worse than formidable. In almost any city, purchase sufficiently. All these outward charms I, will make a man see foreign battleships Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their f

the ones carried out at Paris and other of real estate at a fair valuation appeal to the eye, but how much how many drinks of-Tampa I advantage to trade with

cities, London need not be alarmed. is a good business investment. deeper and more lasting is the impression I booze will.it take to make a man seeairships the firms represented -

Land values are going up all the time when there is beauty of character -j': ? s in this directory..

and they will continue to go up for as well. It is not strange how HUSTLER

'. I If you can't get a turkey for your years. In cities like ours with desirable persons who seem plain and unat- A ..........................N......... J............" Fr

;:' Thanksgiving you can !surely get a influence and advantageas tractive to the casual eye, seen of- ...........
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good fat mullet.-Tropical Sun. It is every become P.erewitbappears the photograph of ........ ......................4 H
ten beautiful
a resident city there is not even absolutely to .
easy enough to get a "fat" mullet, the prospect for a reversalIf ?s in their revelation of character? James R Kite, a REAL ESTATE. FURNITURE. >r

but there is no such thing as a "good" And how some whom we consider Starke boy, who .
exist the
there did not commercial .......................... ...... .
; mullet. argument in favor of owning -oautiful at first, when better known, wwr has made good as ................... 'Jf

: The wisdom of the poor man is ne's home, there would be plenty of seem only ugly and unattractive, be- a newsboy. He W 409 o00m/// 11
[ of defect in is the local agent i
for it. -ause some character.
other
recommending
It is his lack of wisdom reasons
despised. 4- COMER L. PEEK ...'
for
r the Saturday
.- that is despised. If a man is really Some one has remarked that it is like character will out. We may try to J FURNITURE n

'' wise he will not be poor and he will reaching the state of parenthood.When bide our defects, but it is useless. We Blade and the Chi- Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else you
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r: not be despised. one acquires a home he has may deceive for a time, but ere longe chago Ledger. He J I **#* want :

something worth living forfightingfor. are known and valued for what we took the agencyfor Timber. Expert. .

1.f. The only name that has been changed : It makes him a better citizen really are in spite of all our efforts these papers 33 years Experience at Starke. I HULL'S DEPARTMENT ..
in since the is'' and about a year afo. i STORE.
Europe war started and a better member of society. It pretense. s .

one that evedybody could pronounce, gives him a substantial interest in -.-- The fin ,.e"k Le p00OV 00b1

one that everybody could pronounce, the great organization known as the CHANCES TODAY.The sold only twelvepapi'rs ...................eee..es ..N..NN1N11NNNN
St Petersburg. Why didn't they revise government. -sAnd I bot by energy and persistence be ; ; 1

r some of the jawbreakers? while it increases a man's sense average boy of today who wishes increased is sales until the Joyce people DRY GOODS. DENTISTS '

of -society and his to obtain a liberal education has a lejan to sit up and take no'ice. He .T 1NN
obligation country .................
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I State of ado! ety cf Toledo. ._.... it gives him a new sort of free- better chance by a hundred fold than is tow considered one of their hustlfrs ...m.....NN1N

;if LUC-US C Ir.ti. } dom. In his own home a man feelsat had Daniel Webster or James A. Gar- and the alJveiclcre WAS r-centlj i

I Fra&pvrtr.cr J. Cheney of the lazZca firm ct eati!'. J.that Cheney he Iasxa'rr liberty to do things he does not field. There is scarcely one in goodI printed in the Joyce papers. J. W. MORGAN : ;

.' & Cat. Cnun-y,:r1.:g business aad State In till aforesaid City of and ToJeCa. feel like doing in the homes of oth I health who reads these lines but can .o e f DR.. U.DENTISTEdwards G. ;TURNER :

f., I that V'rt lira rill pay the sum of ONE ers. He expands and develops his 'be assured that if he will he may: Whenever You Need a General Tonic Headquarters for .

''?r IIUNDfCDts rnzs ft Catarrh DOLLARS that for c:-snot each bo and cured every energy. Perhaps he establishes a talent -l[ Here, as elsewhere, the will can usually Take Grove's ** Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, 0 Building .

r- by ILe U3Q of 1IAT.VS FKAXK CATAIHIH J. CHENEY.CURE. for mechanics. Perhaps he makesa find the way, and never beforewas chill The Tonic Old Standard is equally Grove's valuable Tasteless Dry Goods Notions, Etc. : Upstairs overt, Post Office :

:; Sworn to before we ani subscribed lay garden and satisfies an inherent there so many avenues of resource as a
"', p-reel this Cth Oi? of December. I General Tonic because it contains the
u- J!. D. 1SS& longing to dig and plant. He may open to the strong will, the well known tonic properties of QUININE

(.";c::) A. W. CLEASON. never become an inventor or a successful I inflexible purpose, as there are to- and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives 4i vH>>

:Sfatt't Catarrh Cure is Notary taken Internally Public. grower of plant life, but he' day'e out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and CHARLEY TOM 0 DR. 0. L. HAYNES t
u4 acts directly upon the blood and ma- have the fun and satisfaction of I Builds op the Whole System. 50 cents. Chinese Hand Laundry 0 Dentist. .
narfaces of the system. Send for can
cool Piles Cored In 6 to Days @>
.mthnonlaU. free. I 14 4 t
.. I trying without feeling that he is im- Y&JT
win
druggist refund
.' F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo a money if PAZO Jefferson and
Thompson @> .
St& 0
Sold by all Druggists 'i5::. Dosing on someone else. If he wants I OINTMENT Blind. fails to cure any cue of Itching Gat our prices for printing and we STARKE Phone 80. Hull Building. "I

', ,aka Ball'al'&IIIJJ.1l'WdGr 1:<"V-l.. "a. .. to have a work bench in the cellar or 'rile -v-BleedingorProtradingPilesin6telldavs"V valuation eves Lie aa.l Eest. bbc will get your oiders.r . .FLORIDA.:: STARKE,J=JGv00i v

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. t 1 *x
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Some barpinSquare edge aid-

ing $12 per M, ceiling at $8. ,A few Jtw't

window screens at 10 cents each.- '

1 Bits of'LocaI' Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. "'A


We have a new shipment of ladies, "

Information JL misses, men and boys Selz shoes, an J eWed have .a fine,.sort of world if wepermiUeprovcdamtnedunlesUd T (

kinds; they arc guaranteed. Hull's .
.. Department Store. men to leap in and aim. I :

f Cia.ah/.;..lqb- ,..,....,..... T r gate what fleases&eir .-Our&uleshipS would -
rneM .. IN c..cr' ''' r. .*

commission as a _deputy_ 0- sheriff and vmtddbe struUintfaboui: the decks in the cocked bat of&
--.' .. is of Sheriff Denmark'smost
I now one r ...ZIT .411F/IUI1.
rerAdtmral.bucanhave. t ?.
of trusted ...
Mrs William Morgan and son, men.
: For dry JOOC a. Levitoasoon \ in\be Bank
.'> Raiford; were visitors to Starke on money z
> will. be ripe. We have the swellest line of neck- if you work for it and SAVE.

.Babbitl' Monday. ,-. wear ever seen in Starke, the latest
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'This is ideal autumn weather iu flowing end bows, come in and see

I Ladies ready to wear our them. Hull's Department Store.Mr. .

SUP CANS, Jones, Hardware. specialty. Stern erg's. f :

Ji H. Hurst, who has been employed nisi '
try )growa'a.Ladjg "
If'J .need groceries Miss Carrie Putnam is' seriously ill for some time at Hull's Department .
'
sweaters at Stump's. 2t the home of her niece, Mrs. J. M. Store, has accepted a posi-. ,
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Mitchell.Mr. tion with Jay S. Brown. .,

I I;* ,:Coat[suits, ,all kinds, Stern- Bruce Davis, of Tampa, visitedhis All grades of lumber, sash, doors, he spent several days looking after W. A. BESSENT Jr. "'! '

,,berg, m s. parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Days paints, and in fact, everything for ;.his duties as State Attorney duringthe F. S. PEDRICK !

,- wire at Hull's Depart- Sunday. building and improving your home, to fall term of circuit court for Levy .-' .
imeriean; i iI .
be had at the Quigley Lumber & county. CoL Long is regarded in the FIREFROOFGARAGE : '
went Store. I ILADIESWizard I Chief of Police Kite and family are
Supply. Co. commonwealth as one of tho most ,
; occupying the Russell house on .
mops. Jones now 1 conscientious and most able lawyerswho ALL KINDS
South street. Mr. H. W. Morris, a printer, of St. OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE -
has
I ever represented Florida in
Hardware. Louis, Mo., visited Stark) Tuesday 0 ",
the capacity of prosecutor.-Gaines- ENGINE, WORK.
Have seen the coat while his to Tampa, wherehe
goods arrive each day you on way ville Sun, October 16. -
New suits at Stump's store? expects to find employment at his I
;i WORK : -
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GUARANTEED : -
at Stump's !! trade. ; ": ,
: Much interest is .
i L' Attorney J. C. Poppell was ini I being manifested .

,JL; Leviton made a business tripto 'i Gainesville on legal business Friday While they last we will sell our throughout Florida in the great foot- PHONE 103 STARkE FLA "

> Jacksonville Tuesday. 'I I and Saturday. sumer line of neckwear at cost. 25 ball game that will be played tomor- .

row (Saturday) at Barrs Field in CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON STREETS '. i .
neckwear at cent tics at 19 cents; 35 cent ties'at f .
Men's classy Hen. A. D. Andrews, of Raiford, 22 cents; 50 cent ties at 38 cents. Jacksonville between Sewannoe and .. ;'

Sternberg's. I I 9S in the county seat on business Hull's Department Store. the University of Florida. Special interest -

! Thursday.: is taken by Starke people in
Leviton's.
suits at
i Men's blue serge Mrs. J. I. Dubose, of Worthington
this great athletic event from the
School shoes at Leviton's.Outing Floor oil-just what you have been LAUNDRY]
!! l i j & I who was in Starke for severalTicks fact that one of our boys, Henry "
I ..'anil1Qui ley Lumber Supply
flannels at Sternberg's : taking medical treatment, left Freeman, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. H.
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, Coirpany. I for home Wednesday much improvedIn Freeman, is a member of the univer- ,

t I Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Keone, of health. sity squad. Henry has been a member :

!! Mr. R. L. tang, of Ocala, was a visitor Hampton, were visitors to Starke on Mr. Arthur Griffis, of Plant City, of the team for two years, and CHARLIE TOM ;
Hand
\( to'Starke Monday._ I Saturday.A visited friends here Monday, while on plays the on game the is right awaited end.with The interest resultof Laundry '

! Bargains every day at carload of wire field fencing at his way to Plant City from Lawtey, here. The teams are well.matched :
where he had been visiting his
.Sternberg's. attractive prices. Quigley Lumber & par- and a great is expected.: All Kinds of
!; j' Supply Co.Attorney. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Griffis. game : Work Done by Hand. Prices RfghL '

' See our blankets before you buy. Mr. Lanier Droke, of Asheville, N. Mr. John Rigdon, of the Wateroak Corner Thompson and Jefferson Sts Starke;, Fla.
Futch of Lake But-
' Brown's.Latest I T. G. .
JJignl1CSo C., visited friends in Starke from section, was in Starke Saturday
business -
ler; was in the county seat on
in Saturday till Monday while on his showing samples of the brooms he '
r ,_ fall fashions dry goods Thursday. -
and notions. Brown's.. I way to Fort Myers, where he has accepted manufacturers and drumming up bus- "Our Watch and Clock Repairing

I Mr. E. G. Andreu, of Jacksonville, a position wjth a grocery firm. iness for his broom factory. Ho says Will more than please ..

i Outing gowns and outing visited his daughter, Mrs.. B. W. Hodges he finds a ready market for his prod- ', you cheerfully.Estimates Prompt given ser + '
I Messrs. J. W. Andrews & Son have
petticoats! at Stump's. last week. uct because he makes better brooms vice. _
I purchased a new Studebaker auto- than anybody else for the same price.He We Pay Pareel Post

S Miss Thelma Griffis, of Highland, Miss Fannie Doan, of the Water- mobile, which they will.use for pleasure estimates that two hundred acres Charge One Way. r

i "'as a 'visitor to Starke Saturday. i i'oak neighborhood, was a visitor to and in connection with their livery of broom corn will be grown on Wa- JEWELRY NOVELTIES DIAMONDS / '
Starke
business.
f f Dr. E.-L. Biggs, of Lawtey, was a I Monday. teroak next year and he expects toreplace ,q? R. J. RILES r

l visitor to Starke Monday. |I Package containing hats I Air. and Mrs. A. M. Guthrie moved his present machinery with A "Jacksonville, Fla. l 111 '

to Starke from Jacksonville this week modern machinery, including a turning -
been left at Owner
Stump's.
r.. Farmers-now is the time to bring :They were former residents of Starke lathe for making his own handles',
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in your fresh eggs. Brown's. please call for same._ I;and have many friends here who will there being ample supply of maple 4s

I wood in his section for that .
purpose.Mr.
welcome them back.
not Mr. Marion Carter, of the Water- ;
We cut prices, quality.Sternberg's. .
I cak section, transacted business in D. R. Futch, of St. Louis, !singer -
Mr. Alderman returned Tues-
I Jay : Wars and PanicsDo
II Starke Monday. Conflagrations
I day from Lake Butler, where h.3 went eccentric dancer and monologist,
Mr. J. E. McEver Graham, was who has an engagement at the Os- ,
Messrs., John Capo and John Hol- last week on account of the illness of
in Starke on business Tuesday. trich Farm in Jacksonville next week,
Mr. 's. C. Croft. Mr. Croft died
.ton made a business trip to Jackson- on not affect the
companies we represent.
visited Starke Tuesday and pulled offa
October 14.
ville Thursday. Wednesday,
Remnant sale at Stump'sSaturday i black face comedian advertisingstunt
solid all the
They time. That's the kind
and Monday. i Plant a fall garden. It is not too Mr. N. D. Newman, who has been for one of the local merchantsto are I

I late and it will help to lower the high confined to his home for a number of the great delight of the children if of protection the want.
Mr. J. C. Barry, of Graham, was property owners
cost: of living.Dr. months by a paralytic stroke, made rot to the profit of the merchant.

,in Starke on business Monday. his first trip down town Monday and From now on Florida will be the mec- WE HAVE IT r
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L. J. Adams in
Macclenny
was was as proud of his achievement as ca of the advertising faker, the hobo, -
Shoe sale at Stump's Satur-
two or three days this week on J. R. DAVIS &
professional the Germans would be if they could the yeggman and frauds' all the fif COM PANY. FRdR
day and Monday. business.
__ capture Paris. ty-seven varieties. There is an army -:

Mr. AB.:: Surrency, of Brooker, Mr. A. D. Frierson, of Thomasville, There will be preaching on the first : of them every winter. They have nocmmissary ---u-,- .:-- _

: was in the county seat Monday.Men's Gn., visited his brother, Mr.' W. J. : department and they live -oJ' "t- .,
in November and the Sat- "
Sunday on f4ft+ ffffff+ttffff. problem. : -
Frierson this week. the country. They bring nothinginto i 1/
urday before at the home of Mr. + 4
pants $1 to $5 at the state, but they live while + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING + Our transportation faciliifes are
Sternberg's. I Mr. F. A. Scott and family spent Fred Chase. All persons interestedare 'hey are here and leave with more + the dray carts of agriculture and can x

the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. R. invited to attend. Rev. H. J. than they brought. Florida is out tttffff++++ftftfftf be made capable ped,4lgrs.'of' farm

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Demorestare I R. Wynn, of Hampton.Mr. Thomas, a Pentecost preacher, will i. hat much.A products. ,

,spending the week in Starke. conduct the services. FOR RENT-Two store rooms in The middleman nothing

"5 or'g doses 666 will break any 'daughter. S., J.Mrs.Sternberg R. H. Barbour visited his in In referring to the silver wedding few people make a practice of W.central location on Call street. J. than a farm hand,, but he is able more to
Morgan.
firearms within the
cue of Fever,or Chills. Price 25c. Jacksonville Wednesday. anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Lhooting corpor- fix his own wages and to collect them .
, ate limits of Starke. Some do it for
, and to multiply his transactions
' f. Rape, which they will celebrate on FOR SALE-600 bushels of first-class : all
Fresh fish and oysters. Handy Mrs. J. E. Robinson was called to Saturday, November 7, the Telegraph fun and some do it out of a spiritof peanuts. Henry Summers, Lulu, he pleases. ''

;sBrimer. Phone 109. Prompt delivery. Williston Wednesday by the serious stated last week that the time set for pure deviltry. Whatever the reason Fla. 10-16-4t. Bumper crops without market 'facilities -

illness of her sister. for doing it, it is a violation of have sent more farmers
doses the occasion was 7 oclock a. m., instead staggering -
5 or will break
g 666 any of 7 m.KAUST1NE law and the city officials are deter- FOR SALE-Five,young hogs, J. R. down the back alleys' agriculture -
cue of Fever p.
or Chills. Price 25c. Cane grinding will soon be on the mined to put a stop to it. Hereafter Halligan, Starke, Fla. than all the pests and

program and new Florida syrup will CLOSET SYSTEMFor of shooting inside the city .
The'most complete line of wood every case droughts that ever 'cursed the lia-
Md oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. be added to our daily rations.Mr. home, stores and all public buildings limits will be thoroughly investigated FOR SALE-Cabbage plants, $1.50 tion. i

Requires no running water, cess- and the guilty person will be pros- per 1,000. C. S. Durling, Starke, I i :
Irwin
Johns and
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family have ,
Mr B. R. Witkovski spent the pool or sewer connection. Approved ecuted. This is a civilized commun- Fla. 10-23-tf. I
t moved to Green Cove Springs, where HUNTING LICENSES READY
week-end- ', ,in Jacksonville on business. will by Boards of Health. Costs less than ity and we are living in the enlight- ,
they reside in the future.Dr. I FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry -
'Mr. W. S. cess pool or sewerage systems. For ened twentieth century and wild and plants second 1000.A. The hunting will November
Graham, of Raiford, runners, $2 per season open
J. 0. Haynes is able to bo up sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup- wooly west customs will not be tolerated -
.pent Sunday with his family here. H. Green. Starke. Fla. 1023tf. 20. According to the rulingof
and about his business after a tussleof ply Co. or encouraged here. If.it is State Game Warden E. Z. Jones ,e

Mr. M. H. Chancey, of Raleigh, a week or two with the grip. Our Raiford absolutely necessary for you to shoot, BEE BUSINESS BAD. an affidavit must be filed-with every .
correspondence this ?
spent Sunday with his family here. go to Europe and enlist on one sideor
Miss Helen Reinoehl, of Jackson- week contains the news that D. H. application for a license to hunt. Licenses -
to Mexico and join the Consti-
Mrs.: K. L. Lindsey, of Theressa, ville, was the guest of Miss Rhoda I Moseley, who has been doing the pen tutionalist go army and blade away until Florida bee keepers have just com- may be obtained at my officeat :Y

na shopping in Starke.Saturday.Mr. Lagergren Wednesday and Thursday. pushing on the Raiford Tribune for you get tired of shooting. Shoot- pleted gathering the 1914 honey crop. any time.. '
several weeks has to the bureau of esti- GEO. A. GARDINER,
a job on the Su- According crop
., and Mrs. J. C. Robinson Mrs. W. E. Davis returned Satur- ing in Starke is now under the ban
werevissitora Democrat mates of the United States County Judge.
wannee at Live Oak and Department -
to Jacksonville day from Gainesville, where she visited and will not be allowed in the fu
Wednesday. !
has severed his connection with the of Agriculture, the yield rer
r ture. NOTICE
relatives and friends for REMOVAL
Prettiest line of ginghams a week. Tribune. We have not learned who colony of bees was 42 pounds. In 0

Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. his successor on the Tribune will be. The Telegraph believes in patronizing 1913 the production per hive was 50 -
n town I have
at removed office from the
f Stemberg's.Embroideries my
home industry and talks consistently pounds.The .
( Cane I I Francis building on Thompson streetto
I See the ladies and children's grinding will soon begin and along that line from time to decrease is said to be due to -
at Leviton's. lew Florida will be the second floor of'the Eitch block
soon
coats at syrup on time. Newspapers everywhere wage the; shortage of the wild flower crop '
Stump's.Dr. the market. Some of the farmers,.we and my office now adjoin the office
mail order this
relentless war against season.
.'Seeans; for galvanized understand will of J. E. Futch. ti
corrugated boil
roif James Chase, of Jacksonville, sugar this year. merchants and the home merchants The latest census figures of the bee i
-roofing. Hull's E. T. CAMPBELL, M. D.
Department Why ?
Store. visited his daughters, Mrs. J. C. not Bradford county could be pat them on the back and say, "Seek and honey industry of this state relate 10164t.It -

Hoover and Mrs. 0. W. Alvarez, Sun- independent of the sugar trust if she 'em, Tige," but they don't take partin to 1910. That year there were Y

Rev. La W. Kickliter kept his day. wanted to be. We can grow cane the fight. Why is a mail order 4,345 farms in Florida that kept bees Always Does the Work. .
reg- and make
u4t appointment at Brooker sugar. Why not make merchant? We'll tell you. It is the and the total number of colonies was "I like Chamberlain's Cough Rem-
Sunday Mrs. H. Brandies, of Olustee, visited enough sugar each year for home use "
zM fault of the home merchant that 38,895. edy better than any other, writes R.

r week.her daughter, Mrs. Mitchell, this ind a little to spare? there is such a thing as a mail or- E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have

, .l $: John D. Carter, of Water- The Starke Lumber Company suspended ler merchant. The mail order mer- taken it off and on for years and it

.oak,:waa- shopping in Starke Tues- Mr. A. Burson, of Nichols, Polk operations Tuesday for an indefinite chant sells cheaper than the home FARM FACTS.By has never failed to give the desired

)': county, is in Starke taking special length of time. The reason merchant and he advertises the fact I remits." For sale by all dealers.RUBMYTISM. x

Attorney;;: treatment from one of the local phy- given for this action is a lack of orders widely. If the home merchant will ( Peter Radfcrd. Lecturer National !

r, and Mrs. A. S. Crews sicians. for lumber. This firm sell as cheap as the mail order mer- Farmers' Union).
Werevisitors regularly
; d to Lake Butler Wednesr employed between 50 and 100 men chant and advertise his prices: he willet .

\ American fence. ft quality and not and its payroll amounted to between the business the mail order merchants Agriculture needs all the great men Will cure your Bheumnfiem'

quantity counts, you will buy American $2,000 and $3,000 monthly. We hope is now getting. It is all a ques- it can get. Neuralgia, Headaches, Cr4mps,
r clothing all fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. tion of and advertising, and In union there is strength and in
St-80YS' kinds, at Jones. they will soon find it possible to re- prices Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts! and
! sume operations.Hon. advertising does not mean to announce co-operation there is profit. Barns,Old Sores,Stings of Insects

Our $15.00 blue that you are engaged in a The farmer can neither help him- Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used infernally 1 r

; -&"B. Denmark is on her feet ing fast better serge suits'are go- A. V. Long was at the White certain line of business. It means to self nor be helped by others until he and extel12Hy. Pric4 25c. ,
get one before .
again :
j 111 illness of several all theyare House for dinner yesterday, having keep constantly before the public the organizes.The '

J. R/, Store., gone. Hull's Department stopped there while enroute to his fact that you are in business, what.. economic distribution of farm If it's news, it's in the Bradford x

; ,,' .p ) I i home at Starke from Bronson, where, you have to sell and your prices. products is today the world's greatest County.Telegraph. ,



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IaIIInZ James BIJIo'U1t. D. w. John, a S. Reaves J. T. .- .
Futeh. B. H. Henry Ka Sparkman W. A,
i Edward WMnpk. D. W. I
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B rown. Brady Johnaoo. Lewis J James Rembert. a G. MeCormack, J. D Sr. Taylor. t :
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I Richard Norman H. S. B W. A. Keitb. Allen lidUing. oots. Frank Rhoden. Fred J. M. H.' T. prop a the
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Green. W. E. Prevatt F. B.Gree. Nol general debility and loss of appetite. u
B Jesse J. Keene. J. W. ones. Mallie Scott A. L. F. M. Riehar ;Giyes si
j J. S. Parmenter. H. P. JJ Nor TillS,
Bi.llinc. Addison Keith O. R.Biellin2. David and Pale. I W nesHrK t
T. W.
Grilf" Eli Pieree Geo.Prevail. Sweat F. T. Varoes, L. B. Hotes Sickly Chden Rmo l ofie
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S. F. Lo7d. I. L Jones. Henry Sternberg. S. 3.Stnckland. Noackson. rman. J. a 9 B
W.Gnffis Win.Padgett. L. W.
Gnffis John ?
: Varnes. nenrons depression
B John Rev the
Angus! Killer. A. I. Geo. Ne smt.
B. C.! Mathew Crawford. W. B. M ) ... U. JJ Billiard wman. I Waters. John the blood. t Mtiotaa"s
pburs. Johnson Simmons. M. L. Petty. G. A Tree Tonic and Su i Complete
B.Parmenter.
Cri John Prevail. A. Wilkinson puel
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I. D. W. Markham. W.' I.Conner. Lw Apt : tlfe
Carver. Johns a B. Strickland a D.
Green. Arthur-?. H. H. H. AMeClellan.. Peter Jo Isaiah Sileox D. L. Pahnson. dgett. H. P. Wilkinson. Joh. family should be without it. I aggist. St
Petty. a a
Godwin W. F.Griffts Prevatt. JeffParmenter Walker. J. .
Co I. W. A. H. WemJ.,
Cheney. Nesmith.
Johns. Sistrnnk. G. M. Peohns. rkins. B. .
E. L. J. B. C onner. N. ANettles.. J. I.Clyatt J F. B. Scott F. A. Padgett Henry Wbitto. J. L. I ---.- "'
L. D.
W. C. Palmer. J. F.
.- Green; B. C. S. Nettles W. G. .Jr. Jones. J. H. Sullivan. C. S.Stnckland. Rosier, B J
V. Whitten. W.
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B. Prevail. C.
Gnffis.Gaskins. T. F. Paul. A. T. ouglass F. H. 0stee J. W. I Jo hns. J. J. A. O. Rosier. J. J. Whitten. W. M. tla
Eo B. Osteen. Frank G. W.
Doq1a8l. Johnson J. J.
Sparkman. Bus ier. M. C.
J. J. Paul. H.Parmenler.. I Weaver, a H.
Green
Douglasa. Enoch Osteeo. S. R.Dou&1a&a. Johnson Joseph a B. THE GREAT a
Shipman H. W. BLOOD
P. B. Raiford. PURIFIER. '
J. C.
Vast. J. APriee. Robert t so
Sim
F.
Kelley. P.
Howard. H. ARedd lib. Wm. Dee W. B. Reed. Jack Keller, J. J. Shaffer J. B. Distridt N.,. A successful remedy for .
e. Sapp. An drews
W. M.Rosier. J. T. I J
H. redding. Leverett. B. M.
Hill. Louis I
ouglass W. L. Roberts. Eo C. Kite James Silcox. D. J. An drews. Joe E. P and all Diseases. A CtmEPo gr
Hood. D. C. J. B. Langford. T. S. P P Blo v;
Denuiaon. C. IlL Reed. Melvin King, Samuel Smith. M. V. Brown, ,
Hodges. W. ADuid lih. Drew Ib Langford. men a His been bt.
women. '
DougJau. Prince Reufroe, T. ite. Silas Stephens J. N. A r-sufcctured for
Hicks Henry Ptdd thb. Calvin P.'K Brow Mizelle. O. ..
k" Harley. A. H.Hightower Redding. H. F.Eowe .. Dougla6a. .. U. Shalter W. ite. Benj. Sileox J. L. Brw. J. S. Mott J. M. past 35,years. At all DJgs$!..CO. te' V
ouglass Eugene Smith B. L. K ickliter. J. F. Stilley. B.
W. L.
W. H.Hightower. A. J. \ Co
Blr. McKnight. Wade
Douglaaa, H. U. Summers Samuel Kickliter. L. W. F. V.
O. COW
W.
Sileox. W. H. Savannah
W. H. Rivers. BobRobinson. McLcod j
: G. F. Ga.NOTCROP
Edenfield. Co' ASummers, W. L. Perry TJ
Kite. O. B.
Sweat.
': Jones James J. W. Ca rlton. W. L Miller J. J. _
< I enfield. F. W. Summers. Henry A. B. -
Kite. Stnckland. C. B. Clyatt D. I..
John*. E. C.Kersey. Reddish Jesse a W. ': to
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W. aKersey F raliek. C. F. Smith. C. Il.FOIur. K uhi. W. B. Swanborn A. Cl emons. C. a MeL ..
Reddish. Ury
A. F. Shaler. J. LFralielt. Ceo. a MeL. G. F. ,
John E. Kelley. Sileox D. L.Sileox Cox. John J. u{
W. B. .
Uosier. B.rawford.
Wm.. Rosier B. E. J. M. ShaIlEr. W. C. Kennedy. a F. J. J C H. G. ELECTION. Number Eight.
Lang Pinkston H. M.
Fraliek. L F. Smith W. F. C. A. st
Knight. Sweat G. C. Carl ile. W. ... Number :
Luke. F. F. Reddish V. R. I.. Pinkton. T. A. WHEREAS the legislature of under NI'I _
Gay. F. Tison. J. O. Knight D. aKite. Stokes 0. O. .
.- M. J. Carlton. D. E. L. 11. For ConsUtB
O. M.
Alvarez. Rosier. H. C. the in and for
Gay, J. B. Tavlor. N. Eor.ay. James Jr. Smith. C. A. Clark. Peeple. constitution of 1885. of the Flor t
Andrews, John S.Ashford Rosier. E. W. T. G. U. Valentine, V. J.Gay. Kite. T. P. Strong a O.La"ergren. Carlisle.id M. B. A. id did pass three joint resolutions propos Mice Dt_ rii: Bet
George Rigdon, E. D. 1
Parnsh. J.
I. F. C. H. W. amendments 1'
: Scott Ward. J. & Strickland. A. O. Du kes.; J. a to the constitution of the Number
John Strong.
Anderson. Harden. D. I. Williams. A. H. Iwis. Jackson Pmkston Thomas state of and the L
Sullivan. a B. Du\fs W. same were agreed $
J. B. Jeff D. Forid
Abraham.H. B. Surtain. Robert H icks. B. Williams. I. F. Lee. M. C. Thomas a W. Dukes. Jonathan Pinkston. J. S. '0 by a three-fifths of all the members Number ., 0t
Bennett. Strong Pansh J. Number
H. Sevex
H all. Labon Wj2liam. B. K. Lewis, a J. elected
Truby J. M J. L t oeaeh house; that votes on 1
Bennett, HenryBrown. Starling A. B. Palmer. D. I.. th Number _
Dub .
H R. R. Williams. D. C. Alva
geman. Leonard. aid Eiab "
Tison. Wm. jo nt resolutions theirspective a
A. upon
W. M.
G. W.
Scrimaeer
H. wer Number '
S.
Holmes. W. ... YOUI\l' D. H. Livingston. G. C. Pinkton.
Blanehard. A. M. Sapp. J. S. Tison. Sam Douglas. I. M H. re journals the yeas and na In '
Di.triet N.. So L'lrews. ee. G. W. Tison Wm. D Rime. hereon. and they did determine and testimony.whereof. I have \;
B. L.Blackburn. I.. L. ukes. W. D. Jr. .
Blanchard. Sapp. > dir hand
W. T. m, and the seaTrf ;
F. A.
Sr. K llcy. James A. V. a\'e.
Long
John -axe
Tison 'hat the joint resolutions crt
T. T. Sapp. H., C. Adkin I. Eo Lynn. D. Eo I.ak Wm. Dougla.T. C. Rave..R lid b t of Rond ..
Jesse M tte
I;' Bohannan. J. M. Sapp. C. R. Thomas Dukes S. M. the electors of the. state at general ; the Tallh the
".' Browning J. If. Smth. M. L.Starling. .Andl'ews.A G. W. Lewia. G. W. bndrews. ng. F. H. Thomas a M. Dukes, a a .L Russell.RgErs. S. J. 'ion in November. 1914. Liia c o .C ,I
Eo B. J.ews. n. 1.
B. D. J. M.Starling. Lee. L. aLee Tompkins. W. T. Hukes. Samuel Now. therefore. I. H. Clay see- tll.
.: Bennett Roberta a B. .
Abbott, J. A. Lewis R. P.ndreo. G. W. Tison. Theo. Crawfor CLAY CRAWFORD
Brown J. E. T. N. \ S. V. Larranore G. R.ndreo. l Uwis. IL H. Thomas J. S. Pukes. P.O. Stokes, N. H. "lar of state of the state Frid d II.I S.) Secretary -t
Walter Stokes G. W. Dukes, T. A. hereby give notice that e'_
: Butler. aGener '
Stephens
5n C. M. Lamb. I L. T'ltnbaugh. T. M. J. K. 1'0 Dennark. _
Thomas. P. L. Bradford
Stalsb, J. L. J. F. &B.
Butler. N. I Election Shr -
Paxter. .. D. uwi& John W. Leviton M. Tillis. G. C. Dugla. Stephen J. W. C _-
Boykin. J. B. Smith. Alex T. C. Sbeffuld, jr'll be held county in Florida on ,
R yown. J. H. Litehfield. S. W. Luke. J. O. Truby. J. J. S. W. eh .,
: Britt G.W.Blaekman. Stark. T. S. D ukes. H. J. Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday inovember -
Rrown. B. R. Litehlll& K. ARarty. I/ewis W. a SIuley. W. G.
Turner J. O. SALE. .
.' J. S. Starling J. S.Bume Edwar. Aar S. N D. 1914. the said Tuesday being ATR' -
Notice
,. H. W. Shepard. James J. W. Lennon E.Brown. Malphurs. W. F. Tyler. J. A. B A u hteb that aaJcr ab "V TIw
: L. A. )Morran John J.Barry. M ansell. T. F. Turner RoitehflI. Ginn. Thomas. Jr. th virtue of a decree of forecksu .JS
Boggess, Olin Tidsdell. Peter O. W. "_thi&. Prince M Henry Sri Thrower O. A. G Pnllt Tetstone, Joseph Third Day .f November and rendered f 2nd of Sepgt*
-: Crews. BiasChurchill Thede. Wm. P. M. L. Thompson. J. H. 'or ratification rejection of the said D. d -
;. Barfoot. Mott Caleb Mitchell. Henry Jr. Thomas. Walter Hires th or 11. by t>w judge circuit A tc
S. M. Tudell. Jr.
Peter. a A.
Clemons. H. C. Mel\'in. D. C. Thomas, W. L. joint proposing amendments the J '
Mrews. A. aMorzan. t
.. oitt. Thomas. A. J. rlution t th uiei Circuit of Florida,
Crews. E. I Thomas, J. S. Howard J. S.
;S- C James 'atheDy. M. P.Crosby. J W. Turner F. L. Johnson. Thomas Barney :nstttioD the state of Frid for Bradford Florida, in chaacery I
O. L. J. uut. t
Carter Marion Thomas. W.
P. AMalpbars.. W. D.rosby. Mitchell. Geo. Tomhnson J. P.fatt"e1i"l. Taylor a T. A Joint favor of .
Jones Jenn aa4 W<
Carter. George Torode. W. E. C E. I. \ff'lvin. G. W. \ a S. Turner. U. G. Seboy Waters G. J. Propoe'nfr an Amendment to Section Six blband. Boe. Bol ,
: Carter. J. W. Terry. T. J.Thornton C'ollina. T. R. Untt. S. K. Manning. J. C. Underbill W. H. Jones"Inson. J. W. Werts. A. C. ((). of Article Eight (8). of the complainants R'ed ad V.B! lea:
Crews F. If. E. T. J N. constitutiona aiDt
Colson. F. L. Y-aines. O. W. Moore. Geo.'anninf' Uglow. JohnVnderhill Waters. T. H. of the state of nd her hUbld. Ell.
Cousin Geo. Whitehead J. B. Lamb. L F. Frid ret t eout ol. 4 4iBH.
""yewa Wallace Middleton. A. W. J. M. Walter i WareC.W.S. cers.Be the offer for sale
W. C. I. James. 11
demons. Williams. Roland
-- Colson. B. O. 1ofills. Charles Moore T. J. Vnderhill A. J. Werts, W. A. it resolved the of the state court house Starke. Florida t '
Dalton Williams. T. C. bJ letr
Carter. D.
Colson. G. B. Moody L Myers. Thomas Underhill. J- L.Viewers. KeleJ. G. Warren, a B. of th legal boar of sale on Nottob U
Carter. DanCrawford. Wilson. J. B. Clemons. W. 11. Maloburs. D. Il.Colsoo. I.. U. H. J. Williams. Wiley Frid Mond. *
Morgan. James amendment to 1914. to the highest bidder feeS t]
I G. W. Wamright. G. W. Tt th Son bt
: Crawford. H. R. Wamnaht J. E. J. P.- S. Nedd Wallace Morgan. J. A. Wall. W .L. ). Article Eight (8). of the cnti. the folio mg deser.bed rl )

Crawford. W. R. Williams. J. W. ('ro&h. L. W. Ostet'ft. R. T. Miner. W. H. Wall T. P. FRIENDS OF THE ution of th state of Florida is hereby a.4 being in tie town of Starke.ettl

ftEt .. Cone. J.' C. Williams. M. W. Clemons. J. E. Pa4gett Bandy MansilL! N. W.Mannir Wallace. John FARMER. o and be submitted to the &1 Bradford. Stat of Florida to-wit- i tI

.S Cole. J. W.Lowery. Wilson. Samuel Clark. S. R. Pinholstelt D. W. "1. W. Wills. J. T. he state at the general election to be held on Lt three and four of block tu '

J. H. Woods. J. W. Clon& Lloyd Piuhoister A. I. Moore EliasMitchell Williams KitWamntrht he first Tuesday in November. A. D. I of G. Alvae' addition to j
Loadholtz. IL L. Dyal. J. W. Poppell. I. H. J. M. N. D. The plan of the St Louis banker to 'or ratification or rejection: I tion township six.St. r

Hiitrict Ne. S.- ukes. S. D. PNSeott. J. IL"bowline. Moore. L. V. Wills a a assist the cotton farmers of the Section 6. The legislature shall 191'j I .-ane twenty-t4o eut au 'o
souths
R. N. .
W. If.ryal.
PIIrfn.; Morgan. Frank Weeks. W. T. ,1 CEEWS
District No. TWO '(erte. a W. he election by the qualified electors in eah A.s ,
Banner Pinholater. I. W. Jr. Mixon. C. A. 'v-i.Ron. Ishom i a further indication of Special in
the .
Andrews W. H.Andrews. Keree F. W. nationwide 'ounty of the following : A Mutr Chancery.
Dyal. F. Pin holster. J. W. L. Mnrrhet- C. a eount oleers
.. Williams T. M. ADKDJSTSt.
R. J. Langford J. A. Clerk of the Circuit .
Dyal. E. Pin bolster. W. E Moses interest which Sher. '." .
Mack. being mani- -
White. J. W. Solicitor for Complauiagti.
John
Andrews. C. Lantrford T. S. i iles. a County Assessor of Col.
J. A. Ta
Oouglau. Pad
('tt. J. W. Mattox a P.
Alderman. W. B. W. E.Addiaoo. Wall. A. a fested in the '
LoadholU problems of the e ctor. a Superintendent of Public Instrnc-
Elmer W. E. Pinholster. L. A. 1inton, J. M. Williams. J. H. men ; -
Wm. Lee. W. H. Jr. .... inn and a County Surveyor. The term of NOTICE OF ;FOR TAX
dwards T. B. Poppell. T. 3.Edwards '''' .an. !S.! F.Vi'Icr. Wills. John C. who follow the plow.
Alderman G. W. Langford. W. E. J. V. Prescott S. L.Vowler. Will Williams. F. I.. .ffiee of all county officers mentione in this UNDER: WIN S OF DE

Alderman. W.. R. Marksy. M. H. W. R. Ryals H. LForsyth. Mott. a L. Wnodard. D. D. The movement is not as a 'oft ion shall be for four ,.ear. eept thatf 1888. OF FLORIDA.

I. Arnold. G. L.Andrews. Mann. A. L J. S. P..ElI'roe. B. F. 'f"aey. (-eO. L.M'ie. Williams. Nat intnde County Assessor of Taxes and County Tai Notice is he _by given that I

I T. J. llaines J. E. Green. W. H. Renfl'OO' E.. B. H. M.NcKinney. Williams J. W. pIn for purchasing coton, is designed "oller. who shall be elected for two years purchaser of tel certificate No li.Z Ad

i S Andrews H.T.S.A. Markham.Calvin J. H. ainp,. Hezekiah alP. B. J. J. A. I. Warren. J. L. rather make available : it the general election t b held in th .st day of Jn)i. A. D. % fl said
Adkins. Mutt
t'reen. A. I. Shaw. M. Sr. ePae. B. M. Ware a L. t a -ar A. D. 1S16 when and which certificate in ry olie and b apJ
I Adkins. C. H. Murphy, JacksonMurphy. Gainey. H. P. C"+r.ieh. .1. J. "'..ltae. J. C. Weeks. a A. fund of $150,000,000 to loan on '.,'! be elected for a term of four years. cation for tax, -

Byrd. F. M. John C. (... nry. 1. R. Shaw. C. N. Nelson. O. T. Whit. Olin W. ton at not to cot T4eir powers duties and compensation shall ..th law. Sai!h certificate embraces t Co
Bloom. D. J. Mann a L. exceed six
Bennett. J. F. Miller. a J. Catlin Henry "aw. J. II. Jr.Creen. "".Tian. J. E Wilson a I.. cents per I prescribed by law. The legislature shl wing desrib.: property litut i

Boyd. C. A. Minshew. I. J. Floyd Shaw. A. B. Norman W. H. Williams. J. G. pound for the purpose of making cotton .rovide by law for the care and ford fSrid to-wit

Ball W. G. Moore. L. a Usgue. Stephen Sowll. Luther 1:""", om. Perry Wynn, J. G. til county funds and shall provide the methods Suthat southwest quarter of
Browning. A. J. lUKmney M. L. .azen. D. W. app. V. B. Newsom Carter Wib.on..W. IL a liquid asset, stabilizing its price f reporting and paying out all such fund ,twett1br township six, sootkrantre

R. Tl'IIYII. N. G. C-.ney. A. B. ':iaI. C.. a Woods F. M. and bringing about County Treasurers elected in .
Blair. J. McDonald. D. F. normal conditions Prwie. .
The said bei
John assessed at the date of istuance
Brannen. W. S. McKinnty. AJ.. Hodgcg bri\o''r. John Veal Ed WisE John "1 nheld in 1914 shall hold office lor -
Bohannan J. arre1l. Willis Swrl1. A. I. Vwl J. aOjden. Woods. DockWainright : again. ''e term elected. ef such 'Certificate in the name of Unknown.
T.
McGill. A.
'aun. E. U. M. J. I. L.Vteen. Unless i said certificate shall be ,
aip A. A. A Joint Resolution
n
B. M. J. M.Odcm. It
Bryan.Braicb.A.U.C. Nfttles., E. L. 1azen G. W. f'app. G. W. Berry W'lljon. Joe E. has been said that it takes an Amendment to Section deemed accordiay t law. tax deed will u
get
:; 1 Brown. H. O. Odom. F. P. 4srel1 W. H. Surreney. J. Lrfallbrook Parrish. James Witko\-skl B. a calamities t develop our and >f Prop I IV of the eonstituticn of the 1 191 ruin J. on the, day of Nom..A D

Brown. J. M.Colson Olheas. John J. R. urreney. I. F. Prevatt a a Williams. Joe Hill .f relating to the appointment of |
Bazen A. A. SO"Nney. H. C. Parrish. a Wells. B. the present crisis is proof Forida Witness my ifficial iVtur and seal this
positive
S. B., O-'lesby. James S. officers of the state militia: the 12th day of .
'. Carver. S. M.Cohwn OBerry. a L.Overstmt Hodges. Win. Shirlty, T. B. Peek. C. L. Wynn, J. L. that the farmerhas friends In Teit roohed by the le'slature of the stat" ""b. T. 1914
tIague. S. C.
SUrreDIJ' A. B.fodges. C. M.
3 J.. J. W. M. Phillips. Wells. J. W. of WEEK
ever :
W. R. Shaw. John M.'IalL Parks J. P. Yawn line of Forid. Clerk Circuit Crt Bradford
Anthony who Cout. Fr
John
Croft. Odom. L. C. Daniel T'-o-nas. n. 1). industr are willing to Ttat following amendment to SectVa I 1 By R. A. ,
Prior. Joseph
Crews. A. H. Parr lih. S. A. DISTRICT NO FIVE Article IV of the constitution of t h
'
!A.e!%, T. C. 'ntomas. J. B. Powell. L. C. share misfortunes and lighten his I lo 6t' Deputy Clerk.MSTERS .
Crews, J. B. Proctor. S. S. I.. N. i tate of Florida is hereby agreed t and shallsubmitted I.
-'obns. "homas. G. R.
Chaneey. J. B. Proctor. A. B. District No. 7. burdens. Strong to the electors of state for
I.. men are strong
-'nhna. U. only
Thomas. J. U.Tnhnj. Allen. J. M.
Jot-peon, J. F.
T.
L.
S Chaneey Purdom. L. J. SAL
doption or rejection at the next nn..ralIfton
Cobb. J. D. l'arr lih. G. W. C. A. 'nto"'as. O. W. Allen. Jasper Kaichreuter.! Wm. as they with other is N'ctic i hereby given tht and ty
co-operate men hereafter that that
; say
'ohna. S. N. Ir. Thomas. John .Mams. Frank Keen. J. C. t S. irtue of ( of
: Cason W. D. Parrish a aponpeii. tht erin for
and the of Article IV shall amended cr
Johna. G. W. 'l'illtq H. P.'nhps. / spirit of friendliness
S Crews. Miles L. a a Merman. B. J. Lee J. W. on the s a E-w J all day
read o
U. D. Vir& E. J. bernathy. DL Moore J. n as foto. : Hptctnter. A. by the Judge of
Conner. J. M. Phillips. G. P. W. of the business 1. 191.
man towards the Section governor shall all
Crabb. S. C. Pullman. H. C.CUiln. Jot-na. I. L. -il.on. J. H. Alexander W. B. Mitchell. Morgan par apnp'nt rcuit court Judicial Cit
'frley. Abraham w.I'.r E. B. Abernathy F. T. farmer nmmissioned officers of the state in. of in and for Bradford
Jesse PnesUr. H. F. Moore D. W. augurs well for the future of: mita. Florid eout. Fr
'uding an adjutant general for .tate.th ,
ICel1ey. D. W. Ward, W. 3.Keilty. Alderman H.D. MaxwelL J. M. th I ida sitting in
Cone. A. E. Padgett. P. M.Padgett. the S&
Croft. S. C. J. D.I J. H. "'arren. H. S. ndrews. A. H. Middleton. W. E. agricultural interests of the na rank of brigadier gneral be! Johs. complainant, and against W. T.

Conner Jesse r arce. J. F. Kelley F. R. arbccough W. E. Adam Irby May H. D. tion. Mef of staff. The compensation Sapn. D. E. Kniht as trustee

Crews. O. T. Rivtrs. F. M.Carmiehael. Kelley Stephen Batyon. J. W. McCarr. W. E. f all officers s appointed shal be as fixed I of th estate of W. T. and

J. D. Tloberts.: W. a Di.trlet N.. .. Byrd D. J. Neal P. H. law. Th tr of olee all emmi& Hicks. f'ndant the undrsige w
Cain. J. N. Rimes. J. M. P'QECINCT NO. SIX Canov. J. F. Brinson. M. .M. Nimmo. A. J. BEER TO PAY HALF. ioned er orn'z militia shall be'ntinuoU offer for sale leal burs

Cotting. Hillis Rixers. T. F.f" Albert Robert r>'06b". Rufus Brinson. S. A. Nichols W. F. during of the gayer on Monday the Hji'cond' day Noveb.1814

;;, Coffin Geo. Wm. Rimes. W. 0.Richardson. 4utjn. Han.l.ord Cowart J. Bern Boyes W. Owsley. J. E. or : subject to such laws as may be enacted I to the highest and best ch the

,.; Dekle. P. P. L. G. Adams. K. I. C'amplwl1. E. T. Beville. J. R Phillips. John SL Louis v the legislature Irvidinl for their retire- following describid property to-wit:

.5 Duncaa. L. AIWberta., & A.Roeenbenr. Ivarea J. U. h"&e. F. E. Bellman. D. B. Phillips James. Mo., Oct. 22.-The war tent for age or causes. The following <+: lnd sitat I

I Donglafa, J. D. Henry Albert. lames DelL Ben Brown. L. D. Pollard. J. H. revenue tax of approximately A Joint Resolution. and being in :
fi.. I Dekle. L. S. Roberta. J. M. 'I\'al'ez. D. W. n..r.e. Eo B. Begg. J. I.. Jr. Phillips J. E. $50,- Proposing an amendment to Section One of r Northwest qua'tir of northwest quarter

I Drawdy. F. L. Register T. P. Adams. R. W. Dyal A. R-annen J. J. F. Phillips. D. J. 000,000 on the annual output of beer \rtirle V of the constitution, relating t the sin twenty-hire township seven south o

..: Dekle. W. A. Register C. H. Andrew AM.. Dyal ft. Blocker. W. B. Pitts. W. P. is ud'ciary.te twenty-two east, except five acres I
Duk.... B. L. Rivers. C. F. Alvarez. J. W. Dav li. W. E.Alvaftz. Budenbauffh. L, H. Rosa. James. agreeable t the brewers of this i resMved by the legislature of the state :rthe&t corner also except one and

r:, 'f Dowliatt. H. B. Roberta. H. K. A. I.. DtSve. Stephen Beck C. A. Rhame. C. A. city, although this of Florida: hal acres in northwest corner.

'j Douglass. J. L.Dennison. Roberta, N. E. Jr. Alnrez. M. J. Dunean. E. P. Barry. J. C. Robinson C. G. industr already 'That the followin- amendment to Section 'I J. C. FOPPELL.C .

S L. B. Rivers. H. 0. Alvarez R. M. lr. "a"iI. J. R. Cason. R M. Roberts. C. B. pays a yearly intral revenue tax of One of the constitution is her Special Mu.

I>1iner. Z. B. Riven a F. Alvarez A. B. TleIL Isaac Christinson N. P. B. Roebuck. J. S. 3165,000,000. The ,v agreed t and sbaflbe proposed and submitted A. V. .
'".S DyrnL DanDrivers r Smith. M. J. Alvarez O. Eo Dorsey Win.A'frews Cloversettle. Fred Rowe ZackReynolds stamp tax on negotiable to electors of the state for approvalr I 10-2-51. Sleitor for Complinnt

: :: C. H. Spear. J. B. I. W. Jr. Drone. Peter Durden. T. J. James instruments, stock, and on > rejection at th general election her .
l 1 Adkina A. Z. Oarb- A. M.4lvarez. Dyal. O. W. Sullivan Andrew ifter that is nex. said
D uglasl. ... L. Stafford. Wyatt bonds tl Section One 01
-, Dy t
< Austin. James Oubo6e. W. A. Durden. A. A. Surrency. a W. and follows
Dukes. T. J. Spires. G. W. steamship tickets and insurance as : I
iT'. ; J. 0. Andrews J. W. Sr. 'rydev' W. T. Dover F. H. Sullivan. Ruben Section 1. The judicial of
Dennison Stanley, Paul the state )
power (Read \
i' Dekle. T. J. Smith. Joseph Alvarez O. W. Deft. F. M. Dover. O. A. Summers Berry policies is expected t yield $30,000 hall be vested in a supreme court eircnit'ur. Vfhat Pen
I Anderson. John T'moriat, R. F. Dees. H. W.
Dowlin F. M. Kinaleterry Ashburry Surrency Henry 000 and the remainder will court of record of Escambia county Mrs. James- F. Summltt No. 1DO
Altman. J. A. Trew. 3 P.flenton. Davis J. B. '
Saxon J. H.
Dukes. W. L. Stricklsnd. A. C. James "a'-Is. T. D. Dover. Perry b raise courts county courts county judges East Eighth St, Muscatlne, Iowa,
Dekle. A. J. Stewart, H. J. Morgan Slade. W. A. by a lv on tobacco, patent and justil"f of the peace and such other courts writes
flrown J\cbnse. I. M. Fortner. B. F. Sibley I.. G. :
DJ-. Q. W. Stokes. L. M.Stnckland. comm-Fsions
r
as the legislature
\ from
S DowJJDjf.. H S. A. Brown."aiRden.Jasper W. W."cvf'r.Thlrling.. J.C.R.Railey. .S. Fogy Futch. Chesley W. S. saxon, W. T. cines, perfumes, cosmetics, theatre 'ime to time ordain and establish. may The legslature "My heat was so miserable for

Dukes. 4. M.Draper. Scarborough. J. H. John \IIMark. S. B. Fortner. H. E. Smith.S",indie.J.S.C.a and amusement tickets, etc. The tax: may prescribe the compensation of the years Ia practically a In

S. A. ;,. Soires. J. R.I 1'e8sent' W. A,. nn..linv. B. M.P.rooJ.s. Fletcher. Lemuel Smith. J. F. on beer will 'ustices and judges of the several courts but valid. We hil no family owl to
Dell. & E. Shaw. J. J. J. W. .'.t-is. I. A. Jr. Frier J. D. Smith B. J. S yield a revenue more no court hprtoor establishtd under the constitution my -ill I

Douglass. W. W. Stout. D.Strickland.. B. 0. 1aiaden. G. W. t:".!..* .!s, Wm. Jr. Flowers. Rolley Seals. W. G. than ten times greater than that of. and laws of Florida shall be hereby Peruna hethf \a iduc quicklythat ti
Edwards Virgil very
Jlailey. H. H. F.war"s. 'Wm. F.Jlro.n. Futch. A .A. Smith, John ablishe foud
I' Epperson. W. J. Swaverly Wm.Tcston. Geo.. B. Y. 'P-f-at'ds. base G"' nn. J. S. Slade, O. W. any other single commodity. 'otc eat in compliance with said pro- i was helping me.
G. A. Thomas,
Epperson. nosed
Jlrown. Wm. 'F.llinlCtoo. R. A. C.riffm. W. H. Slade. Wm. amendments and the enva. drelara-
I' I Edwards. J. V. a A. Jlurney. G. W. Elerson. James George, L. S. Sullivan. C. 'ions and returns thereof shall be

I Edwards. Allen Taylor. a H. Rogga. I. C. \wards.. I. B.mwn. Graves. J. A. Spwed Oren ILLTERACY IN FLORIDA. 'o the same rlation and .ubjet a la
D. B. Townsend. W. C.
Konsyth ; Oliver F.1erbee. Dudley Ormer. J S. Jr.Gail M. Z. irouded by general elections in the
Faireloth. G. D. Townsend. J. W. Jraiden. A. J. Sulvan. tate of
V.tlwards. B. S. R .
S. S. now
Fowler. H. L.Forayth. Town&end. J. a .urnsed. Ed. Thoma. Washington D. C. Florida.IN we
J. B.S Fllenon. Chas. Gale. Robert Turner. J. Oct. TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
F. M. Townsend. R
Bryan. J. R. 1"1le"ll<>". R. M. Green, M. J. Toney. J. S. 22.Teneed I have hereunto set my hand F cyLand.p
a a of
T. C. Taylor. and
Fkteher. more better
J. M. schoolsin
P.'OWDlee. Fdwardq.
J. M. Hall Ang Va-ncs. W. A. rral and affixed the great seal of
G. Linsey
T. Taylor.
Futeh rownlee. B. I.. Futeh. J. B.P.ssent Hall. (Seal) the
Goodman. G. B. Thomas. J. G. I Vanburen. B. a Florida is made manifest by conditions state of Florida. at Tal
L. D. J.Bryan. .
Fol'Bvtl. W. Haynes Varnes lahassee the
Elias Happy.
this the
Cnffis, S. I.. Tomhnson. H.. W. M. FO'f'f'man. A. If."enett. Hicks Francis Varnes. Millard revealed in a recent census report twenty-fifth eapitl.July. A. .
F. C. Thomas. O. A.TillU.
Carey
G. M. F teh. C. A. Hoean. T. M.Hill. Was H. D. D. 1914
c Goodman. J. D. M. T. S. A. \ showing the per centage of illiterates We
1I7afl. Fnnytb. M. B. E.Haean.
Cainct. H. F.. Jr. Townsend. T. J.Tomhnson Wasden. T .W. ,. H. CLAY CRAWFORD. hve ,
W. E. s -
Jlnd1f'Y. Pernanez. R. S. J. H. Wynn. H. a th native -<- t
among <- whites Secretary
4 Green. D. J. O. M. T.Tomhnson. i1n.1le. Jacob the of Stat e.
'oyl. J. B. HifVs G.
: W. c
Williams Allen A
Crren a H. a T. P.ronka. Albert r.OOII..in. Frank Hall. A. C.Krnt. Williams. A. B. farming class of this state. figures Bab
E. L. Tomlmson. O. F.
Green P.ryan. P. F. 1reen w. n.P.roelduJf"n. P. B. NOTICE OF
Williams. a W. .
show
W. A. that the ELECON.To
Grilfin. J. L. Terry. of .
percentage illiteracy
1t. T.
'ren. N. D. "ill. W. H. Boy
Wiln. H. S. the sheriff of
Bradford
\: Hall E. H. Terrell. J. R. County, of the
Hays. WIlL Turner. W. T. "OOh. W. G. r.aooiliner. G. A. K'nson G. W. WadKins. G. W. in the rural districts of this State of Florida:

.' Harper. J. E. Tomlinson. C. P. esaenL A.Abraham J. ai'a. July Hicks. EHHodges Wynn I.. A. is 6.4 and 1.1 Be it known that I. H. Clay Crawford. : .jiiI He
ryan. nrfI'is K. L.Rohannan. J R Witt F. M. stat per cent in the secretary of State i ou
;, Harr li. D. N. Varoes. Henry J. D. of the State of Florida, do
i'r.riffs C. B. .
Harden. E. E.Heibtrrer Wilson, J. H.Wasden cities and villages of hereby notice
Jacob the that
IL C. Varnes
Hazen. state. Florida a and
Chandler. Ed. (: .IfI';!!. II.t.. R C. W. T. ave

I nalt Hale. O.M.P.M. Varnes."'arnt$. G.Wm.W. '"'5'eby.1ark. base.. F. Grilfia."......". A.J. H.D. Jones Jones, Did Wiley Wynn.Wijnnns.H.H. B. has 77,816 illiterates and 63,130of Will be held General in Bradford Election county State of 'i fist

'S lUskew. F. .B. Va-nes. H. O. 4"", C. P. r.:''' _. J'roahy. Join*. N. D. Weeps, O. C.M. D. them live on the farms. There are Florida, on Tuesday next succeeding th flt only
Hall J. a Varnes. N. L. Monday in November
A. D.
A. S. rriffis.I.. 1914
S. Hewitt C. a Varoes. J. L.Vames G. J.ne. W. A. ard. Henr 33,197 boys and men and 29,933 Tuesday being theThird th
1''Sb" W. A. ('n>t>n. James .Jon., F. M. girsand q .
Han. H. B. Elias "andler. King rIscn. W. I. Jon. S. RTohis 'ust I C. A. women on the farms of this state Day .f November cd ,
N. Vames. Harney Youngbln. For
Horttfi. H. United
"nr'inr. C. H. "alney. W. T. B. J. Stt Senator from the l
.
Hall C. H. Waters Erastus base "owart, John r.......... 1 0."anovt. Jtnes. J. V. Ynf Florid years from Stte, "I a now veil and happy. 'e ,

Hunter. C. L. u'aten. P. E. riffis. J. C. 915.or have baby boj which believe
District No. a we I
D. J.
Waters.
W. J.
I 'S llainey. C4X. Ceo. rq.diucr. Owen ) 8 Representative from the Second
n crson, O. W. Con-
W. a J. a the direct consequence of my
Johnson i. G. Sr.Vhitehead. Dowlinl. ressional
r Jones. J. W.wIWams.. P. A.WiUianm. "freehy. r. J. r..ill'er... I. L. Arrtfrron. T. V. a J.Powhnir. Read the the District of the State of Florida proved 'IIe is our and
Wm. Calla -.bv. 4. M. r. "" .. nprt An-hew. A. D. ) J. E. TetesrapbVjO a yer. Sixty-fourth Congress of the Unitd i heat frt
Johnson. not
States.
r.a"'f'r. S. A. r.riffjn T. J. d.on. J"hn FOR only If Penma
Johnson; L G. .U'nndard. James ". .. Dn.ark. J. H For chld
$ Commissioner
t.
F" of
'an. B. W. TREASURER Aviculture should
reen. Andrews. B. D. of
the
H. ailments we
.
my,
-S Johns. W. J. A. Williams. G. W. 'wa!. J. E. r.,,_. C. B. Oowlinl. I hereby tate of Florida. curd
r Johns. J. N. Water B. aWaters. "'.-'. JnsfWIh Sr. r.rilrin O. '. "fo"W.. M.dd "t," Daniel mysel a can- For two Justices of the never have had him I hope e tfBuffering
>scn Mack Supreme Court of
J. M. didate :
F. R. C. W. L for the
office
Johns. Futen of
W. W. 'Vilson. B. P.w "-.5. A. S. r.ritfis. Joe Bvrd. Harmon B. J. county treasurer 5. State of Florida. woman will give Per,

King Keree. SerberKnight. ,.*.. j. a "-ootf'r. r. c. (:_n. B. I. Brcw' inir. D. B. Futch. L. C. of county and For Tw Railroad Commissioners of the'e trial, the same a: I bave.Those ."
A.. r.;i'rrwa. Brdor respectfuHy .
1I\"f'r.' J.
I J. J.. of
Bioodworth. W. M. who object
t- S. S. Williams. J. a Forsyth, C. a Frd to liquid redl.cine
J. G. r.ain.v.; J. C. J. P. a soIct support of the For of the House
Knight a T. 'hanas. Angel ".. Brya. Folsom. N.farnpll. voters. of Representatives can now procure Peruna *
Rose
istrictNI. PlIl'lilton. GreenChase. Byrd J. C. W. W. If elected I will of the Stab of
contribute 20 Florid
.
A. L.usvIee.. J. 0.r'd. Bvrd. Earnest per cent For County Iot
Aldeman. Frank *Vr"''on. M. Z. Farrelly. J. J. Ar of .
Thomas Harris. Samuel Barclay, W. C. of my commission For Tax t 1t
a
Cnft. as treasurer
Brannen. H. A. Samuel to the .
""I friffi S
tn"". J. A- -"f'rso... simon BrooVs J. A. For How To Children, iPEBRILINE
Sebron County Give To
r Brannen. J. W. Dobson. public school fund Trurr. Qjlalne t 1t
Cone. Ceo. "aiqlon. of the
F. C.
Blaekwelder. J. 1. Douirhus. H. ABranneo. Byrd. B. P. Gnffis. aGnffis county.H. For Five County Commissioners.
J. F. Diek JesseDouberly. ("nner. L. I. .11. N. B. Cobb. R. O. Ervin 0. BROWN. For three Members of the County Board is the tracMnark name given ta"
M. H.
1111. -
"hneey.
WIlL
L. Brannen. W. B. C. CMniaon r.-....... I. B. Jr. Cason. Davis C. Grit li. ;. H. of Public Instruction.For improved Quinine. ItUaTasWlessSyrop.plw.Jant .
Harris, J.
J. Cason. W. C. to take and doe not dis.nrb the stomKE.Children
"t' Brannen. J. J. T ..M.Tticks. Chaplin. J. J. O. a Justice of the Peace in and for the
;7 J. Q. anaco'n. F. D. Dyal. Ceo. a Gnffis J. S.Gnffis 6 the following Justice take it and never know it is Qumi -
Joseph Districts viz
Crews. ,
I'nltehfif'ld. C. Hess. F. A- Pli Cala 14 Days : Also cum01
i James Jr. Howling. J. 1. Dowling J. H. Sidney Your t Number especially adapted to adults who
f;( cHtons. .arter. T. Eo R'eminpI" T. F. S. One take ordinary Quinine Does not nauseate"*
J. C. Douglass, A. C. I Dowling. T. Gaskins. Henry money if PAZO E Number .
Crews, ,
Douglasa J. aUouberley. Cawart. J. A. ITaislop W. R. Dyal G. W. Green OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Number eaa uesness nor paging in the head Try
t. W. S. Perry Itching
Croft. Canova. E. E. Barril. Samuel Ic I Blind Bleeding or Piles I' Tr time n i \ Cioft M. C. J. Z. -_ Dixon D. M. Gordon S. D. The .. 'Ultaticn Protruding gives Lose asd in 8 Rest to dns tOt Number Fou. pose. ARk for 2 yon our.eO original package.11 f;

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iSioNECOUNTRY BOURBON RED :TURKEYS.Now GOOD ADVICE TO I $( -= ;; t
; tI
FLORIDA FARMERS.
J'1"- IS'A' RICH COUNTRY. that the New South is beginning I

:r to awake to a realization of the One of Florida's demonstration

IA"proverb much older than ourfoUows necessity of thoroughbred poultry on agents gives the following advice, 3

:J agriculture is as : the farm, it seems to me a particularly -]I which will pay all the farmers of.the MIGHTY FINE '
is rich coun- ,
t tA country a
limestone appropriate time to call the atten- state to'heed. He says.
.",Eve soil can be made a lime- "The prices of food I
tion of the farm poultry raisers to the I products are
of four
t
: the application '
soil by and there is indication
: e and fact that to get the best results from high every that : -

'i Sequent oI ccasbed, applications limestone per at intervals acre a important financial to standpoint have good it stock is, not, but only also they come.will The remain war in so the for east some has time disturbed to-1' That's What They' all Say \

depending
upon
five i
t of three to years production abroad, and has interfered ,
: soil plants grown; ete.ne' to have the variety best adaptedto About Our :
die kind of with consumption and with Famous Line of100PROOFWHISKIES i I t tt
t of crushed limestone the requirements of the farmer (or
'application<
markets, and financial conditions in e
,t i &be,SOB is one of the first great rather his wife; for she generallyruns this country. With these conditions I
I be taken in order ). I
D onic steps to that department
ee prevailing every farmer and every .
,tII t'wg may increase: our crop yield Take the subject of turkeys for in- community should begin to plan next'year's '] .
,'aDd bring into agricultural use the stance. :Many women make no effort work at once. We should always i
; r is so it won'trow because they have .
I lofl'iAich we say poor to raise turkeys plan and prepare in the fall for

I :, pea-. long ago made up their minds that I the next year's crop, but it seems I
1 I farm soils are almost in- candle."
,Southern "the game is not worth the more imperative now than at I

: T riably sour or acid;lime that whatever..is, they They have hunted the old bronze tur- i time since I can reemmber. any Good old time whiskey that is a pleasure to dri k.. Not made yester- !t.!

,; contain less than no to 2 key hen to her lair in the woods at :. "I will mention a few crops that day to be sold today but aged and mellow + .
moderate application (1 pure, goods that have'* i
:. 'l'hui a considerable effort and loss of time; should be looked after closer now ,
1 :'tow) the listing acidity and gotten a few eggs away from the than heretofore: want and. appreciate something \ !

(.i t ajotjalize l there-would be no lime in the crows and hogs, hatched out the little "Take care of.your forage crops good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best your \ ,:
,tjil turks, and then have seen them wilt this fall Lots of hay is sold in Florida '
recommend can buy.
money
this'reason
For we |
.. soiL and droop and sleep and die. Manyare that was produced somewhereelse. ; :
of at least four tons
, application
the although hatched but few are marketed.But Every farmer should produce
crushed limestone per acre,
of there is really no need to des- all the hay needed for his own stock '
tot
100 tons has been applied
field with only beneficial results. pair. There is profit in turkeys if and some to sell. Don't put any on TAKE YOUR CHOICE
I the market well cured A
,Increasing Productiveness. j you get the right breed. The old- except hay.
Lime increase the productive- 'fashioned varieties which have been poor grade of hay is never in demand
? may '
soil of of the following raised in the south for years have anywhere. \ I
of a any
ness meant, : been so inbred and line bred that they I "Second-Don't fail to plant an oat PACKAGES ASSORTED TO SUIT CUSTOMERS

1. By overcoming. a sour conditionof lack vitality. ,That is why the little : crop this fall (October) to meet your .
idiotic and feeble. Then: demands next spring for mule and .:
: the soils, or correcting the acidity. poults are I
This is the prime object in applying having been allowed to run wild for horse feed."ThirdProduce. Number 1 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY

lime. There are numerous plants generations back, they lack domes- all the vegetables 4Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 $8.5Q
for home use and some to ,. Qts. . ..
necessary
,whose growth is in direct proportionto ticity-hence hide their nests. The
the amount of lime in the'soil, and scientific feeding methods which have spare. Proper attention to the gar- Number 100 PROOF GIN j
of lime the growth of chicken culture have den is time well spent. 2 4 $8.5 the effect on been applied to "Fourth-Corn is profitable Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . ; | -
o lees will be considered in a later not been generally used on the old a crop '

irtieje. style turkeys, hence their average egg to grow under favorable conditions. Number 3 100 PROOF RYE WAISKEY 50t .

2.'. 'By making more available thnineil e yield has not only failed to increase, next Begin year's now to prepare, make your the condition land for 4 Qts $3.00. 8 Ots 5.75,12Qts. . $8. f
food in the soil Since crop
plant I
but has lessened to the min
of the European war our steadily such that a failure will be almost im 100 PROOF KY. BOURBON 0 '
fteoutbreak wild bronze turkey Number
4
imum. Again, on a :
ta .supply has been cut off and which goes far afield to lay its possible. Go in the field and select 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts'5,75,12 Qts. . $8.sq F
seed for the next When
today is, "Where will we your crop. "
:question
eggs to the trap
it is not possible use
wait until planting time then r
go
Many of the com- you
potash
our ,
lex aoil-forming minerals contain nest, and thus select the best laying to the crib to select your seed corn, WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES
locked in unavailable or insol- hens for breeders. I have had good you can tell very little about it. ,

his,form. Soluble lime salts react success with,the new breed of turkeys "Fifth-Produce enough chickens i .'
achieving wide-spread and well Write for Our Complete Price List on all 'I
,these complex minerals, taking lately, and hogs for your meat supply, and i
place of potash and setting it free deserved popularity under the name some to selL We farmers do not give ,Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South ,
to available form."It is not advisor of Bourbon Reds. While Bourbonbon enough attention to these things.

bla. practicable to depend on this Red turkeys are direct descen Some of the very best hog food can

for our potash, but it will dants of wild birds, their roving in- be raised very cheap, almost for the

in the present crisis. If limeued stincts have been repressed for to planting. I will mention two or Chas. Blum i

do not fail to apply a com many generations that they now have three: Velvet benas on almost any Compan1The :
fertilizer at planting time. Lime precisely the habits of the ordinary soil Peanuts on any soil that has

liberates phosphates and makes barnyard fowl and lay their eggs at some clay in it. Chuffs will growon

urn more available. home with the chickens. The littler any'land where the water stands a largest and oldes'mail order house in the South. Established over quarter of Cep.:

I.' By,improving the physical contlon tu as a ,result of the periodic introduction part of the time, just as well as on POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE '
or texture of the soiL Strange of new blood into the flocksare drained land. Watch out for the chol- 188 :r j

it.
more workable and porous, while and are less trouble to raise than the in the community vaccinate your .'
the acme time renders sandy old style turkeys. They are big chestnut I hogs. If they are exposed to cholera it :,;.

soil. -more compact. brown birds, with white in wings would be better to give them the 'i;
Plant Food. simultaneous treatment This shouldbe
and the tail and buff undercolor. a
t; By. food. done that under- 1 ;
serving as a plant by some one
They are exceptionally good layers, :
ta require lime well as stands the virus and then the north. After the bulbs have
as potashrcin handling be-
and as they do not hide their nests, I VITAL STATISTICS.The To assist each ,municipaAiy to in-
number of other ele the should be in come ,
and hogs kept quartersto thoroughly dry on the surface augurate
every egg can be, set, and is pretty this plan the stats hoard of
,or compounds. However, most themselves till all are well. they are either placed directly in the
health will
: certain to hatch a strong vigorous opportunity is now offered to i pay local registers: who ,
contain enough'lime to supplyactually "Sixth-Every week we see men crates for shipment or are carried to r
little turkey, which will proceed im- every incorporated city and town.in. I fulfill their duties i 25 cent. fcr| each
used as food by ordinarybut going through the country buying a packing shed to be graded and then certificate of birth deaih
to and feather and and i
mediately
not enough to bring about grow up beef cattle for the market Don't packed for market. Florida to inaugurate and maintaina prop-

indirect beneficial effects previous fatten, and is easy' to carry through I be tempted to sell your young cows During the early days of the Ber- complete and permanent recordof erly to filled this out office and promptlj transmitted .

.disive eL The indirect effects of infancy. and heifers. Keep them and breed muda onion industry the crop was the births and deaths of its inhab- deaths 90 provided .r Pfrrts of

oa the plant in neutralizing the ,As under these conditions turkeys them to a good beef type bull Raising shipped largely' in bags, but it was itants and to provide an accurate in- A model pre per cent accurate.
ordinance
ity-of the' soil, in permitting the cost less per pound when ready for beef cattle is one of the thingsto soon found that the bulbs were too dex of its health conditions.The coveVinij the
to become more abundantly stock-- market than hogs and sell for double take the place of cotton in this perishable for this method of hand- interest and appreciation shown points above outlined has ;esn pre- I

with helpful bacteria, and in cans the price at half the labor, they are avery country." ling. At present the greater portionof by the Florida cities of 2,000 popula- pared and will be furnished ach mu-
in
the IOU minerals to become more profitable by-product of the farm the crop is sent to market in fold- tion and over to whom this offer was nicipality blanks the state, with U neces- i

.- are all more important and I expect to see Bourbon Reds'rap- ONION CULTURE.The ing slat crates that are about twen- made last year, as shown by their al- sary explaining the, instruction and.j terature:
is'the supply of lime taken up idly supplant the old bred varieties ty inches long, twelve inches wide most universal passage of ordinancesto statistics. needs and vfa'ot vital f

the plant Lime is not a fertilizer, of turkeys so generally raised onion holds third place among and twelve inches high. register births and deaths and jIt

rife' beneficial results as noted throughout the south. a the truck crops in the United States.In These crates hold approximately 50 their sending of records to this office the greatly desired and Mped that

are some of the reasons why ithighly MOSS J. BEALL. 1908 about 14,000,000 bushels were pounds of onions and weigh fiftysixor for filing and tabulation, warrants the eral response and to this offer wie, gen- ,
prompt and that in'Ae
,
so recommended. Cave City, Ky. produced, practically all of which fifty-seven pounds when filled. The extension of the office to the other future Florida near
every municipj'fjty will
were consumed in this country. In cost of these crates is about $18 per municipalities of the state. n
STARKE PROOF. Why Not Publish It! ve collecting lylylylylylyly .
addition, we annually import about hundred, but they add enough to the This is in fuffillment of the > 'ynnun
pro-
When you want a fact to become be collecting and to this
Conrine 1,400,000 bushels from Spain, Egypt, attractiveness and carrying qualitiesof gram outlined in the August, 1913 issue accurate
Every Starke Reader. generally known, the right way is to office complete' and
sports
Bermuda, and the South Sea Islands. the onions to make their use pro- of Health Notes, when it was said I
publish it Mrs. Joseph Kallan, Peru, of births and deaths, which an be (
frank
statement of a neighbor, The onion is one of the more common fitable.-Florida Grower. after stating the conditions of the of- } -
Ind., was troubled with belching, sour safely preserved and proper tabu-
the merits of a remedy, i stomach and headaches. She crops of our home vegetable gardens, fer, "All municipalities of 2,000 or lated and "
frequent published statistics Florida's
Bidi you pause and believe. and it is well adapted to growing THE OUTLOOK BRIGHTENS. more shall be qualified to immediately : -
writes "I feel it
'!he my duty to tell oth- healthfulness.Times-l;:iiol.
same endorsement ers what Chamberlain's Tablets have commercially on a small scale, very supply vital statistics to the state ... ;
By tome stranger far away done for me. They have helped little capital being required for a be- More rapidly than could be expected board of health, and after going into +++++ 111..t...4 t#+If+4t++
my '
Command no belief at allHere'i digestion and regulated my bowels. ginning. The market for onions includes by any one who measured the effect, to be admitted to the registration + + }

a Starke case. Since using them I have been entirely practically all the world and magnitude of war 0 influence upon area of the United States; all + CHURCHES. ; + ;

A lead Starke citizen testifies. well" For sale by all dealers. the demand for a good article con- world trade, the situation is" being municipalities of Florida of 1,000 to + :: + vr

and be convinced. tinues throughout the entire year. cleared up so far as the business con- 2,000 inhabitants shall be next included + BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. :fer- +

W W. Baisden, deputy sheriff and THE OLD GIRLS. There is nothing technical nor difficult ditions are concerned. The nationsat in this area, and finally the + relL Sunday school, 9:451 A. .

Starke, Fla., says: "I usedttY about growing onions, but war as well as other nations are entire state." + M. Morning service, 11 U0; +

Kidney Pills about four years When man grows old and muscle- close attention and frequent cultiva- coming into our markets heavily for 'The offer is now placed before all + evening service, 7:00. Visitors + :

for kidney complaint They did bound, and crippled by the loads he's tion are essential. Once the weeds foodstuffs, manufactured productsare incorporated towns, not alone those of + cordially invited to worship +

world of good, curing all symp- carried, it's pleasant then to looks get a start the cost of production will in demand, the cotton situationis from 1,000 to 2,000 population, upon + with us.CHRISTIAN. ,. + '

Promptly. My back waeel around, and see the girls he might be greatly increased, or the crop may tending toward betterment, the the conditions that- +, + y

and I felt better in have married. Some chance, that be lost altogether. banking interests are being put into .. First-They pass ordinances requiring + Rev. Ernest +

Wl7. You are at liberty to use once conveyed a smart, prevented this Sandy soil, especially where under- shape, the Reserve Banking System a burial or removal permit in + House, pastor. Services ,kon + ; .

T..fttffif. in recommending this rem- or t'other wedding; ah, then he had a lain by a well drained clay subsoil, with all its good power is being mo- case of every death, and the early and + morning and evening of ,::ch + r,

L"'I\iahove broken heart, and found this life but is often well adapted to onions. Soils bilized, the first rude shock of war prompt reporting of every birth within + second and fcurth Sunday of +

.statement must carnktlon rry weary sledding. But now, grown old, of this character generally require to world finance is being overcome, their limits.SecondThat. + the month. + e

."lba't to the mind of every read- he casts his gaze on many a dismal before they will produce a heavy crop, and we are preparing to go to work. reports be made upon + + _

simply ask for a kidneysk female relic, that he adored in other but quality of the product is excellent With faith in ourselves and faith in the standard certificates approved and + PRESBYTERIAN rer r- +

distinctly for Doan's days, and thought enchanting and Onions grown OH sandy loams our country's limitless potentialitieswe supplied, and in accordance with the + tar pastor. Sunday school at +

dtiff-the Pflls the same that :Mr. Bais- angelic. That matron with the shrewish are generally solid, heavy, and of excellent can now plan to do business. The forms prescribed, by the state boardof + 10:00 A. M. s' +

remedy backed by hornoeyA e tongue, who keeps her neighbor- keeping qualities. Where san- clouds are beginning to break away.Manufacturers' health, and that these certificatesbe + +
: 50c all stores. Foster- dy soils in humus it + METHODIST Rev. B. ;t. + '
hood excited-she was a peace when are lacking may Record. sent monthly to the executive of-
-..ear. Co., Props., Bugalo, N. Y. she was young, and once with her my often be supplied by means of cropsof fice of said board. + Rape, pastor. Sunday schi:)lat +

". ii your"back is lame- jremem- troth was plighted. And that old beggarweeds or other forage crops READY MARYET FOR YOUR Third-That local registrars, to be + 9:45 A. M. Morning service of'

,t k.t t-lWDe. maid who loves her cats, and has of grown upon the land and plowed un- COTTON.In approved by this board, be provided ,+ 11:00 o'clock; evenfrp +

4, Acute Indigestion. singing birds a covey, and who has der when it has attained its fullest order to help a little at a time to receive these reports, issue permitsand + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior + .

'ins annoyed for over a year by: grown absurdly fat-ah, once I called growth. The use of leguminous crops when help is much needed by our make copies of certificates for local ,t Epworth League, Sunday 40 +
of acute indigestion followed. her "Lovey Dovey!" And yonder should be supplemented by occasional farmers, and to furnish a market fora reference, transmit originals to + P. 3!. Senior Epworth League, +

i ;"'Pation." writes Mrs. M. J. suffragist so grim, whose purpose is applications of lime, 1000 to 1200 few more bales of the very heavy this office and see that the ordinances ,, Sunday 7:15 P. M. VhitcVs +

C' er 1 Geneva, N- Y. "I tried ev- poor man's abasement; long since I pounds to the acre. cotton crop, we have arranged to take are enforced. .+. cordially invited to attend..} 4

; -.-&' that was recommended tot sang a lover's hymn, on summer eves Bermuda onions are harvested as cotton in payment for tuition, books Fourth-That registrars be under ..11111.1111. ... ... ....... t. .t .. . ..L.L...:.. :., +. -11 r./;;,
1 ,:lot thfc complaint but nothing did beneath her casement! I thank the early as possible, generally before the and board in our business college.If such control of the municipalities in TTTT 1 . TWTTT"r

,IIDIcJa,1OOd until about 4 months destiny that shaped my course whenI tops have become thoroughly ripened.For you have a son or a daughterthat which they serve that any derelictionof Keep Stomach and Liver Healthy.A .

\;a I qR Chamberlain's Tablets a I was young and giddy! Ah me the removing bulbs from the grounda you want to put in the best busi- duty can be controlled and that vigorous stomach, perfect uprising !;

'<. sand procured a bottle perils '1 escaped, when I pursued the one-horse plow, a potato digger or ness college in Florida this fall, and their work may be properly supervised. liver and regular acting Lowgjs: is

...... y druggist. I otreal 1- maid, and widdy! I see old sweethearts a cultivator with a cutter wing at- you haven't the money, write us at guaranteed if you will use Dr. lung's
.
.. that I had gotten the right thing in the town, as here I raise tached is employed. The bulbs are once for our cotton offer. Highest Finally-That the practice under New Life Pills. They insure good digestion

,:>fer't>ItJ helped me at once. Since my Ebenezer, and thank them that then separated from the soil by hand, prices. this plan be under the supervision of correct constipation and!shave "

: ; ..... ..two bottles of them I can eat i they turned me down, and handed me the tops cut off with shears, and the Address E. P. Blanton, Principal of state health officer as registrars of I an excellent tonic effect on the oriole}
l'i: 1rithout any bad effects." the ice cream freezer.-Walt Mason. onions thrown in windrows or pilesto Commercial Department vital statistics, who shall have super- '. system-purify your blood ana (rid
? : tt' all dealers I dry in practically the same manner FLORIDA NORMAL INSTITUTE, visory power over all local registrarsand you of all body poisons through the f

I'' --jr.\..:..j1.. I _Read_the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. as for the regular crop onions in Madison Florida. too shall make all needed regular bowels. Only 25c at your drigg t.i..

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in and around the from the ler. He is salesman.A -
." r depot :. a good berry season was over in May the tulle tifcdal veil was 'a -
I State Prison Farm.' It is a pity that 'I' few thousand dollars would build sound of the hammer has been heard crown .Effect and was helT

1 when a man, by good conduct, earns and equip a sugar refinery. We can From morning until night. Every with a.land of pearl r.
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the right to be trusted away,from the I I I I grow cane equal to any country on available carpenter in the vicinityand The claid of honor wore a-fl9K

News Items prison that he should not.also have earth. I have seen the cane fields.oftwo some from other places have been pink taffeta trimmed with. bU%

}' County the right to wear citizens clothes. hemispheres and I assure you of busy. In fact a great many changes carried Kfllarney roses. ,|B :

Some prisons do this. the fact that Florida is not behind have taken place. Several new houses The ;bridesmaids were, gos-: B
; Rev. L. C. Futch has cast in his lot of them. Would there be '
any a mar- have been erected and several of white accordepn plaited Bf
;2k k:'. Interestinl Pacts Gathered During the Week bjf Our with the Southern Methodist church,I ket for it? Sure there would. The the old houses have been remodeledand pink basque girds and orgs carri B b/

t Regular Correspondents and will at once become a, local three articles most used is sugar, salt built over, but the most notable rosej ; F

i.-. 1 ,.- preacher, with the rank of local dea- and flour, so says statistics. Yes, sir, change is the removal of the old Tie title flower girl wore1 ,i

J. -:J cii{ MMMBB Bi J con. Bro. Futch is"an acceptable there would be a market. We oughtto school building from the school pie frock: : of" white' lingerie Y. .

);'\, ( I Mr. Carl Scaff, who teaches at Enterprise preacher, well thought of by all who supply the whole United States.'It grounds to the park for the purposeof sash and carried a'basket i__'

r < ;: : NEW RIVER. 1 spent Sunday here with his know him. The preaching' days will would take a good sized mill to sup- the town and the erection of quitea pink! rose petals and hutterfiy]
,
f :.. be increased in Raiford. ply Florida alone. There is, no rea- large brick school building in its which: wire strewn in the Pi -
arents
(. ..: Miss Ina Crews, who is teaching at ] Truck Growers' Miss Effie Browning rendered good son why we should depend on Ger- place. While the building is not yet the };ride. :\
The Little Springs
r,.", Brooker, spent the week-end with her Association met in regular session on service at the organ during the revival many or any other country for our finished, it is being pushed as rapidly Following the ceremony lit:

t. : parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crews, evening.Mr. at the Methodist church. srbr. as possible by the contractors, mal )1eeption was held,.Dr."af

r : of this place.Everybody. Saturday. S. W. Dubose visited Hampton Raiford has' the best singers in the Percy Rivers met with a painful accident Messrs. Rogers & Simmons, of Geor- Com earl receiving with the brie

if. is about to finish picking Sunday evening. county. -that. might have- .resulted. in the. gia; under the foremanship H. A. room. Assisting in entertain]ni!
t their cotton and there is not any- loss of cis in his to '
School was conducted at eyes. attempt Bradley, with a view of having it Misses Isabel Drane and _
Sunday
;. body sorry for this, either, because ;ardis church on Sunday morning. I LAKE BUTLER. discharge a shotgun the charge exploded ready to begin school in after the Southerd'and, Messrs. Frank ,.14
it is so low on the market. through the breech, burning '
be meet- ] holidays. But these are not all the andPred/Benford.; :
i ., Mr. W. M. Parker was at the count Everyone invited to at next Sunday On Saturday last Mr. H. C. Drig- around his face and eyes. We are sor- changes that will be noticed. Just ?If Conibear wore a : :--.
Also at meeting on -
: :' ty seat on Monday. ing. evening.A prayer I gers 1, who has lately commenced a 1 ry for Percy's accident but congrat- across the street from the depot the )wti* of,':gray crepe de thine!"

Mr. Bob Andrews was a pleasant' word from the owl: Satisfaction I general store in the premises lately ulate him on the saving of his eyes. postoffice building, a large wooden lace'trimmings and. diamond1"

,; : ; visitor to Starke Sunday last. occupied by the Racket Store, saw a The parents of Mrs. H. Logan will structure, which was built 20 yearsor men;";'. !. '.

Professor Thorpe, who is teachinga is real enjoyment. colored man earnestly looking across i arrive in Lake Butler from Chicago, more ago, is this week being strip- the reception hour i
;
: class at Long Bridge, the street and then into the store. where have been theirson ,
: a singing appears BROOKER. they visiting ped of its porch and shed rooms and gram of Jnusi -was renderedwd: '

'_ to be having great success. Everybody Mr. Driggers asked him if there was Major T. H. Storey, principal of then it will be moved back on' the and ice {Sources were served.. '

t; !'.. is invited out tonight( Friday Brooker school is progressing nice- anything he could do for him where- he Salvation Army College of that park to be used for the postoffice and M.-. 'ar,
t. ) to hear a nice program ca'rriedf of about 115 upon the colored man answered that city. Rev. A. Storey has been in the drug store and meat market, until a hour for Jacksonville and
We have
-w out.t. ly.scholars. an average he was sent there by Mr. P. M. Pad- evangelistic field for years, head of 60 by 60 brick building, which will the -Clyde line steamer A]ii

Messrs. J. W. Poppell, W. Green gett for some shoes and clothing and what was once popularly known as the materials
Kickliter filled his commence just as soon as New; York city, where they
Rev. L. W.
reg-
and R. J. Turner were at the New here and that he expected Mr. Padgett to be the: "Storey Family,," musical:; evange- : arrive. which has been ordered. sped thdr honeymoon and II .- '
ular appointment Saturday
Ricer Baptist Association held with. there any minute. He then left the lists.Miss The contract was let last week by venner JO, will be at home tti

the Beulah church last week. Sunday.The location of the post offices store and was seen making his way Grace Fogg is the new High 'II the owner Mr. Enoch' Griffis, to the friends ih their beautiful new

L1 Mr. 0. Yarborough was in Raiford in; the new Brooks building in the east to Mr. Padgett's residence, but came School teacher who succeeds Miss Messrs. Rogers & Simmons the con- in Tallahassee. The bride'ssuithvas tier: -

< Monday attending to business. end back again. Mr. Drigegrs thinkingthat :Mary Reiherd. Miss Fogg is an accomplished tractors of the school building., But bf Copenhagen bine""alf!
of town.
Miss Carrie Turner, of Starke, was business he was one of Mr. Padgett's turpentine and well-equipped teacher this is not alL The space of 30 or fin With flue velvet hat trimmed i
Mrs. Owens made a : trip
visiting at the home of her parents, Jacksonville last week. men, allowed him to select and will give good satisfaction. more feet between this new buildingand tapestry \end a bird. .

", Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turner, on Sun- to Mr. H. C. Parker, the pioneer mer- the goods. Mr. Padgett was soughtfor Rev. H. Logan spent the last ten I the brick store building occupiedby : Kellum, who is formed, ii.Digs.

day last. chant of La Croose, was here at- and when found, denied any days in Raiford attending the revival -I Mr. R. R. Thede, dealer in general Illinois, has resided in Florida &

Mr. Clyde Parker spent the week- to business Tuesday.The knowledge of the man. But the negro meeting. He goes to Hampton to merchandise, and owned by Mrs. couple of years during which S
tending
s I : end with his parents of this place. Brooker Society has had disappeared. On Sunday Dep- conduct the regular monthly. services M. E. Edwards, which is now partly she :has been connected with '
Literary
Clyde is taking a literary course in uty Sheriff Dowling made a search of this week. vacant and Dr.
partly occupied by extension work in the soutiera'ji
quite an interesting program every ;
the Lake Butler High School Friday night. Mr. M. E. Moody is the negro quarters, and found his I G. W. Brown as his office, will be fill- of tie, stite. She is a younfta:

.: Miss Bessie Davis, of Jasper, stop- president and handles the business man. The man denied any knowledgeof CLAY HILL ed in with another brick building, the of personal charm and aceo'meni.

ped over for a few days with her with success. a clothes transaction at Mr. Drig- contract for which has already been i. .and'is popular,wfhi wide

sister, Mrs. Raulerson. Miss Loca Johnson, one of the effi- ger's store. They had only gone a Miss Lizzie Byrd returned home awarded to the same contractors. If cle of. friends.M ,
"
: Miss Davis has been visiting at different cient teachers of the Brooker school few yards', however, when he tried to after spending a couple of weeks in reports be true, and we doubt them ?. Kellum has for seven!'jei a

:) !; : points in South Florida for the spent the week-end with her home- give the deputy the slip. Mr. Dowl- Starke with her sister,. Mrs. Sarah not, there will probably be one or two ''een'i business manager of the =
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or.I past two months. folks at Raiford.Mr. ing called upon him to halt, but he Moseley. more brick stores erected the next ida State College for Women, tsisecretary .

_. Miiss Ru y Mae Poppell who is Olen Hazen and, sister, Miss kept on. The deputy then fired a shot Cane grinding time has come at twelve months.Mr. > of the Board of Contra!

\ attending school at Lake Butler, spent Eunice, who are teaching at Boat after him to frighten him, but he on- last and how we all are planning to Simmons, of the firm of Rogers the.state institutions of higher fe

I :1 the week-end with her parents at this Drain, spent Saturday and Sunday at ly dodged and ran the faster. A second enjoy that delicious juice and new & Simmons, contractors, is here this ing. j He has for ten years been

: place. home. shot was fired at his feet, this syrup. week. of tle legislature. and is well bt
time with intent to hit but it Mr. W. W. of the
was a and Mrs. Taylor, throughout the state.
I GRAHAM. Deputy Sheriff Hazen picked up a
; blind tiger last Saturday which had miss. However, he was not fast White House spent Saturday night KELLUM-CONIBEAR. !M>. and Mrs. Kellum tan .
enough or clever enough for the dep- and Sunday with H. J. Taylor and -
and best
here from Alachua. He
Graham is a little station on the strayed was hearjy congratulations
for later he found ina wife of this The following account of the Kel-
uty was hiding place. ,
hot of friends and :
es
Tampa and Jacksonville railroad four taken before Judge Gardiner and as- o{ a acqai
I miles south of Sampson City. Graham sessed the usual fine. field with poor attempt as a dis- Mr. Dixie Bowen, of Jacksonville, lum-Conibear wedding, which we clip ance? to \hom| the announeemeh t
guise. Mr. Driggers identified him and family spent Tuesday at Mr. from the Times-Union, will be of interest -
I is in Bradford county, but not a tough "Mr. Wm. Parker, a prominent mer- their;; marriage will come as .aprise :
t the ,He is in durance Wilkinsons. to the friends of the
I i man. now George many !
,' chant and farmer here tues- :. J
: proposition. It is filled up with good was on ;
: t vile awaiting his sentence. Some are Mrs. Cynthia Carter spent Sunday groom in Bradford county. Mr. Kel-
:: I _. people morally, good neighbors people day.The under the impression that he is an escaped afternoon with her sister, Mrs. H. B. lum was born and reared in this ii'miUiiiiiiiiimiiHj 9
c. J that will tell the truth and will big sale is now on at L. D. I
convict. On his body are scars Hudson. county and is a son of the late J. W. j HULL'S PRICES.
,:.1 their debts Vinson's store.
just they
as soon as
pay ; of what to be bullet wounds. Kellum former '
seem The Black Creek Association which treasurer of Brad-
: 1 get the money. There isn't enough Mr. M. S. Hays, who is teachingat The following prices will pmt
Miss elected dele- ford .
Fay Hodges was convened with Highland church was county.
i religion here in ten square mile to Little Springs, was in town Satur tractive, .compared with otters. :
gate to the district convention of theWomens' one of the best meetings we have ever In the presence of relatives and
.: i make a man shout if he had it all.] White Cork ____________
day.Please of the had the of of friends the .
Missionary Society pleasure attending. scores marriage of Mr.J.
There are plenty of men that are paying do not think Brooker or the Wheat Br.a'n ,________________
I ; M. E. Church South, to be held in Nearly all the' churches in the asso- G.Kellum, of Tallahassee and Miss :
,
twenty-five cents a week for tobacco I I people in it are dead because you have Wheat 'ShortsMolajsses _________.-_
J Live Oak on October 27-29. ciation sent messengers to represent Ruth Bogardus Com ear, of Lakeland .
not heard from All the
it
to chew on that don't give five lately. (Sweet Feed) ___
;<.J The Bradford Fair will beheld their church besides there solemnized
County was
were mem-
Thursday
_. cents a month for the cause of- re- people regret that they have not two even- Victd Feed ______________
f. from Thursday the 22nd until bers from other associations. There ing at 8 o'clock .at the home of the
ligion. It is hoped that this state of mouths with which to boost it. So Whit, Clipped Ooats _______
the 24th. The town will be decoratedfor were people from so different bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. William
'1',. affairs can be improved. We have hereafter you may expect the Brooker many Grist per sack _____________
the occasion. Willing workersare places until I could not mention them )i. Conibear on Lake Hollingsworthdrive
mis two churches here, the Christian and news regular. Yello Onions; per peck: _---:. 1
putting in good time and stren- all. Rev. W. S. Patterson of the
4 I the Methodist churches but they can Jap KiceCracfed u_________________ j
; RAIFORD. uous efforts. And as: usual the wom- Lakeland Presbyterian church per-
': I never expect to accomplish much until Rice
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en of the Civic League are not behind. LAWTEY. forming the .
:. j \ the people is educated up to thespirit ceremony.The GreenCofe.;; ________________ I
i A successful series of revival Mr. C. H. Driggers is having a entire lower floor of the resi-
i 5 t of giving. very Best White Bacon _________- iii
: I large muslin sign painted with the Postmaster R. B. Jackson dence was opened suite
was a and
J meetings have just closed in Raifordin en was
;
: Mr. S. B. Woodard has sold part Flour, ;24 pounds --- -1
connection with the Methodist words "The New Store Welcomes business visitor to Jacksonville one adorned with pink roses and a pro- ----------
of his pecan crop at thirty cents per All purcHases\ that are not ent t
1./ II church. Rev. C. C. Cecil and his son, You. The "New Store" is doing a day last week. fusion of greenery, ferns, palms and "
pound. satisf, tory be adjusted to
I Mrs. J. D. Frier has gone to visit Earnest, were the evangelists, the good trade. Mrs. Sarah Cunningham, of St. other plants being used to advantage.At entire: -satisfaction may by returning f
r.. latter leading the singing. The ser- Evangelist Woodward has commenced Louis, Mo., is the guest of her son, one end of the spacious drawingroom
I her husband this week, at Rochelle. goods us. Thanking you for f( ,4
a series of revival meetings at the Mr. Geo. H. Beavers.Mr. an improvised altar p
mons were masterful and forcible. was form- }
M.
The school teacher Mr. <
I singing patronage; end trusting that we j|
tent belonging to the Christian church A. M. Blanchard of the ed of tropical and ;
: : is here with the of Large congregations attended every one plants ferns, a floral '
Perry hope giv- continue to are, .-
,
serve we
'I ing a class here music. night. A splendid choir occupied the and the first service was held Mon- leading strawberry growers and shippers wedding bell being suspended froman sours. for you service, '

Mr. W. A. Tison filled his appointment entire platform, sometimes nearly 50 day evening. The evangelist spoke on reports that he set out about arch, under which the couple stood HULIj'S;: -DEPARTMENT STOi

I here last Sunday. being on it. The singing was superb. the text, "Present your bodies a liv- three acres of plants to make run- during the ceremony. The bell was
'{ The church has been wonderfully re ing sacrifice." He' gave a masterly ners and that from those three acres filled with rose petals which were ++"' +, mil. .ii HI ni *+

"' t LITTLE SPRINGS.: vived and some very substantial ad- discourse on the subject illustratinghis he has set out fourteen acres of the showered on the bride and groom im- Tpneil; Up Whole. System.

ditions made. sermon by many well-chosen an- plants and has sold over $600 worthof mediately after they were pronounced "Chajabeilain's Tablets have'

: I Little Springs Junior High School Editor: Moseley has begun to pull ecdotes. When this man's ability as plants besides. He also reports man and wife. more for ic&: than I ever dared!

: i is progressing along nicely under the up his stakes, the Tribune will have a preacher becomes known there will that from 100 plants of the Mission- Preceding the ceremony Miss An- for," writes! Mrs. Esther Mae .

i tutorship and managemnt of M. C. mother editor. :Mr. Moseley leaves be a full tent nightly. ary variety he took up 8,000 plants at nie Cardwell sang "0 Perfect Day" Spencaiporf, N. Y.fcl used

,I ; Hays and assistant, Miss Carrie for Live Oak, where a good proposi- Angel D. Zacarias paid his weekly the last going over. by Carrie Jacobs Bond, and Mr. Gro- bottles!! of these tablets a few .

r : Sloan. Attendance is rather small, tion has been made him. visit to Gainesville, returning by the Mrs. W. A. Colley of Starke, was ver Williamson sang "My Dear," with ago. they not only cured men

I ". but indications are for an increase. Revs. Cull and Logan preached at 40 on Sunday evening. called to the bedside of her mother, vielin obligate. The violinist then ious attack, sick headaches ani

j Miss Katie Dubose, who is conducting their several churches on Sunday Miss Effie Browning, of Raiford, is Mrs. William Whitehead, Wednesday.Mrs. rendered MacDowell's "To A Water tired cut fueling, but toned

'i school at Midway, spent Saturdayand morning. The two churches united in organist for the tent meetings now Whitehead had a paralytic at- Lily" playing Mendelssohn's Wed- whole ;ystew." For sale by aUOTICE. .

Sunday with her parents. the evening. There was a full house. being held. Miss Browning is an efficient tack Tuesday, from which she has ding March as the bridal party enter- ', -.

Rev. H. Logan preached on "The musician and will do good ser not rallied. ed the room. In circuit\ curt; ,!\eighth judicial e' .

White Horse, the Red Horse the vice. She played for the Methodist Constable Henry Bennett was a Miss Suella Grover presided at the and Chancery for pradf&itticg.<.rd Bounty Stale of Fb 3

Black Horse and the Pallid Horse." revival last week in Raiford. business visitor to Starke Tuesday.Rev. piano. Emma K. Clktt. Complainant. M

I; This was illustrative of conquest, war Rev. Overstreet, brother' to Mr. and Mrs. Olin Boggess wentto The Misses Florence and Helen Sallie Ei< Ma r V8
and its inevitable results. Max Overstreet of this city, has been Saxton Wednesday afternoon.Mr. Conibear, bridesmaids sisters of the band.1/'. Ana.CiCl.on I Markham and husband Theresa J.

: *, Mr. D. B. Browning is the happiestman elected pastor of the Raiford Baptist William Tison, of Starke is bride, entered first followed by an- F. And 'sn. ft al defendants h..

i S-5 in Raiford. A splendid girL church. The Raiford church has secured -1!>iting his sister, Mrs. Whitehead, other sister, :Miss Lucy Conibear, as F.To Andet Tbijregsc;on, and F. Anderson Crawford and W. tl ,

Mother and child are doing well. a fine man. this week. maid of honor. Then came the flower resident Jeferdanti. ,(

Too many women The war does not seem to be hurt- A horse with a wagon attached and Mr. Arthur Griffis, of Plant City, girl, little Miss Eugenia Holland, the You appear arid; to e.ch. biU of of you eomplaint are hereprto
struggle ing things down this On Saturday driven by a colored boy became last and daughter against jou. Emma N. ClyaA ID
under pains and aches. way. spent Sunday Monday hereat of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holland rein{ caiiw 01'or before the :9th day Yin
the stores frightened at something, pitched the the home of his A. D.- 1914. That said .D1a
They are not sick-but weak were doing a roar- parents, Mr. and of Lakeland immediately pre- vember.the ofTce of. the clerk of the '+.t nervous, irritable. I ing business, the little town was lit- boy out and careened down the streetat Mrs. Enoch Griffis. ceding the bride entering with her .rke. Florid,. '

;, ."' Such women need that blood- erally full of country purchasers More a mad pace. It took the sidewalk Mr. Charles Dinkins was a busi- father, who gave her in marriage. published It u further.in the ordered Bradford that Conjity thIS T:

strength that comes by taking than one of the .stores carry a $10- about Mr. McKinney's residence but ness visitor to Jacksonville on Mon- They were met at the improvisedaltar I weekly newspaper published 01ccutive y>fern,
period
.:', SCOTT'S EMULSION. It also 000 stock. coming in collision with a telephone day.Mr. by the groom and his best man --ounty Florida eeks.( for a

.lit, strengthens the nerves aids the appetite The enrollment of the school tops pole: got rid of the body of the wagon. L. H. Hill was transacting business Mr. Osdan Drane and here the impressive ',In nd witness and. affixed whereof the I seal have of herem the t "

'' and checks the decline. the record. Mr. Blair the principal, Another collison freed him from the in Starke Monday.Notwithstanding ceremony was performed.The Starke, Florida; this the 20th f-'t 1

] IfwifiormothtrtirttatSIyEMULSION is a good teacher, and is mighty well wheels, when he went like the wind the fact that hard bride was charming in a gown tober.1udge. A.-:D. 1914.. Honorable
v look tat dawn, SCOTrS I spoken of by his teachers. Raiford for his home in the country.Mr. times and high cost of living is the of white charmeuse with reaT lace and : Yl. T.Clerk WEEKS.of Ci mall

tril bwld. h..,t.p. I has now five teachers, and could do Charley Register is officiatingat cry all over the country prosperous pearl and fur trimmings and carriedan Cone di Chaomsn.I

SHUN suasmvTES.f with another. the new hardware store. Mr. Reg- is still Solicitors for 'complainant ... --t-rtJ .
1 Lawtey making rapid stridesto arm bouquet of bridesroses witha By R. .. J.r10235t :
!' I 'Trusties in their stripes are seen ister has many friends in Lake But- prosperity. Ever since the straw- shower of lilies of the valley. Her (Sean : Dtpla",

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