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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 30, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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: AN OLD FABLE OF 5 BOYS ANDREWS APPREHENDED.Former wiL MOORE WILL HANG. --CROP IS A :PROFITABLE f ONE

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}: Things Seen At a Distance Not Treasurer Captured at i -VLJ py M Supreme Court Affirmed Decision The Present Market Price Of ;

j Always What They .Birmingham, Ala.F. of Lower Court. Broom-C6rn is $100Per

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colored, who was convicted I :,
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y Distance of time and distance of treasurer of Bradford county, who 11 of the murder of W. T. An- .

space lend enchantment. Things look left suddenly last month for parts unknown : : :; drews at the spring session of the cir- president Mr. W. F. Holrjes, Jacksonville,
3 and :safes
better from a distance. Faces and : cuit court and sentenced to be manager of the
was apprehended in Birmingham '-::: hanged, Spanish Rush Broom
at home become too familiar Photo copyright. will pay the penalty of his crime Co., of Jackson-
scenes 1914 by American Press Association. on
Ala., last Friday. Sheriff S. B. | ville, was in Starke
and commonplace. People want new lie is being carried to hospital by comrades after battle of Malines. the gallows, the date for the execu- Monday too investigate -
Denmark was notified of the arrest tion to be the eroding of broom-corn 'T
things, strange things, change. They set by Gov. Trammell. in
want a change of scene, new surroundings and left immediately for Birmingham.He Moore's attorney, Hon. Joe Hill this county. He made a special "'
trip to Watcroakfto!
s} bigger opportunities. This returned with Andrews Sundayand Williams, appealed the case to the John interview Mr.

is the case everywhere. Human nature placed him in the county jaiL On HIGH SCHOOL NOTESEDYTH supreme court, and on Wednesday, Oc- found Rigdon Mr. Rigdon upon the subject. He '
is the same everywhere. Young tober 21, the court affirmed the judg- absent, but he inspected -
Andrews admitted to bail
Monday was the broom
,-, men, especially, are prone to think ment of the circuit court. factory, and dis
r in the sum of $3,000. His case will cussed the business, with Mr.
: they are- "cabined, cribbed and con- Since July Moore has been confinedin Rigdon's -
fined",at home. They think there arc be heard at the coming session of WARREN Editor the Alachua county jail at Gaines- of the assistant. He secured samples &
i no opportunities at home. They believe the circuit court. ville because there was considerable broom-corn CTOWD by Mr. Rig-
that somewhere else in the wide, The in his I feeling against him here at that time don this season. ?He also met and
f shortage accounts as School has now been in session for Abolished." The faculty and the society talked with a nuniber '
of farmers
wide world there is a better chance I and it was feared that in
There treasurer is in the neighborhood of a month and every pupil is trying to would be glad to have visitors an attempt the neighborhood 'who are interested
This is mistake.
for them. a might be made to take him from the
are as many opportunities at home as 1000.; get down to hard work after four any Friday afternoon.We jail and lynch him. in the growing of broom-corn next '
thank the Civic Club and season of tIle
the Many
months of vacation. The building has Deputy Sheriff W. W. Baisden and farmers have already -
opportunities Music Club for their interest in the purchased seed
REMEDY FOR THE CABBAGE for the
his brother G. crops
W.
Baisden
been finished and a tennis court is school and went to
a, for opportunities. If can'tsee especially for the new Gainesville next year and it is; reported that a
an eye you WORM.As Saturday and brought
being prepared, and all of the pupilsare
piano which large
opportunities at home you can't they are planning for Moore back to Starke. Moore acreage will Le planted in 1915. ..i
is watching this with great interestfor the school. There are few schools in was Upon his return to Starke Mr.
lee them anywhere. It a questionof the white not informed of the decision of the
soon as butterfly
ap the state that have a better choir than Holmes visited the
to have Telegraph office
vision. they expect many pleasant court until ,
supreme she had been"re e
pears'among the cabbage, take one games this the Starke High School, and underMiss and was very enthusiastic about
distant the
The success of a man in a year. turned to Starke. He accompanied
city, a man who towers head and teacup of table salt and ten quarts There are about 360 pupils in the Darby's management good music the officers willingly enough, think- prospects of growinfe broom corn upon -

shoulders above his fellows, excites of water, mix and apply with a school. There are only 33 in the is rendered every morning, and we ing the final disposition of his case a large scale Bradford county,

4 the minds of the young men. They sprinkling can a small quantity to High School department. This does believe that the school is deserving of was to be made at the coming term apparently believing' that this industry 5

want to emulate his achievements. each cabbage plant; three or four ap not speak well for our young people, this new piano. of the circuit court. His attorney had will become an, important one
The successful man in the city would plications are all that is necessary. I who, unfortunately, get in the habitof The sixth grade is glad to have notified him by mail of the action! of here in the near future.: He showed '
ri i well the quitting school when they completethe Mamie Denmark with them again. Se us the samples of the broom-corn he
succeed relatively as on have used this for two years very the supreme court, but for some reason -
M. farm in village. If a man grammar grades. It should be vere illness prevented her from en had secured of Mr.:Rigdon' and
or a young successfully, and it is so harmlessmore ; the letter had not been delivered : pro- ,
I can't succeed at home he can't succeed so than Paris green. The salt the ambition of every young man and tering the first day. to him. He accepted the news of his nounced it.the best corn he had ever <<
all to have at least high Last week the pupils of the High I seen, and he has been interested in ',
:dry anywhere., It depends upon and water will destroy the wormsthe if young woman a doom quietly and tearfully. He asked
the man, not upon his surroundings. cabbage are beginning to head school diploma. The third grade-has.a .. School had a series of surprises. It to be allowed to make preparations the broom manage r many years.
'::7i' We recall an old fable of five boys, when used.-Miss Margaret McMil larger number of pupils than any was the fourth week of school and for death and requested the privilege As sales of the Spanish

:" who,decided to leave the old homes lan, Rockbridge county, Va., in the other grade in school, as there are 48 the teachers had their monthly tests of, being baptized by a minister of Rush Broom Co., Mr. Holmes makes
f ;' and seek their fortune abroad. When.the Southern Planter, Richmond. enrolled on Miss Fripp's register.A just at the time that they were least the gospel. His request will be frequent trips to the North and West

; time for their departure arrived number of pupils from the coun- expected. granted. and is familiar wi .,every phase of

J.J.11; .each tossed a feather in the air and SANTA FE RIVER W. M. U. try are taking advantage of the the broom business for many years.

: '. followed the direction taken by the MEETS. Starke High School, in fact, enough HONOR ROLL FOR OCTOBER.To CORRECTS FALSE STATEMENT of corn to the marketing of the finished -

i- feather. One went north, one south, pupils to makea good size country be on the honor roll a pupil must : product. 'In 'f&t, he has just

: one east, one west. The last leatherf.1 The Woman's Missionary Union of school. There are about 30 pupils be perfect in deportment, punctualityand Editor Telegraph: Please allow me returned from a trip :yap the country. _

s fell straight to the ground. ThaI t the Santa Fe River Association held coming in wagons and buggies. We attendance, and make an averageof space in your paper to correct a false In several cities he i&t broom manufacturers a

meant that the boy to whom it belonged its annual session with the W. M. S., have two pupils from Sampson City, 90 per cent in scholarship.First impression in this county caused bya and dealers in broom-corn

w: must remain where he was. He of Hawthorne, October 24th, at the Guy and Gladys Prescott; while Eu Grade-Lawrence Tomlinson, misstatement in the Times-Union who had ,received samples of corn -

i1 1 sadly watched his four brothersinarch home of Mrs. M. A.MacFadden, nice Robinson represents Folkston, Fannie Darby, Ida Hill, Myrtle Hod Tuesday to the effect that my son, from Mr. Rigdon. They pronounced,

of ;< bravely off to make their fortunes Present were the Superintendents! Ga.; Raymond Spear is from Max- ges, Lois Williams, Allie May Green, Walter Thomas, had killed a man in i the samples sent the best corn they '.
L i.t out 'in the big world while he Mrs. Mada Miller and Mrs. L. W. ville and Neva Turner from Macclen- Marion Johns; Charlie Johnson, Jos this county previous to the troubleat had ever seen, but'refused to believe s

.was doomed to stay at home. Then Jackson, and the Secretary, also our Sistrunk. Raiford last Sunday. This."statement that such corn could be grown here.
i.h" ,he looked down at his feather. Between beloved corresponding secretary and ny.Clarence Register and his sister, Second Grade-Emma Johnson, Marie sent: in to the Times-Union by However, they,authorized Mr. HolmeS x
Y i. his feet he saw an iron ring. treasurer, Mrs. Peelman. Etta, who recently came back to Parker, Lois George, Rosa Levi- its Raiford correspondent is a fabri to buy all the com he could find like

}.,?Z.: He stooped and grasped the iron ring Mrs. Jackson conducted the devotional Starke from Fort Meade, have entered ton, Margaret Livingston, HamiltonRitch cation and misstatement of the facts the samples at the I highest market
.:' :and discovered it was fastened to an exercises, reading selections on schooL Clarence is in the fifth grade Otto Wonicker, Dollie McRae. and will have the effect of injuringmy prices. '

v / iron door. He tugged at the ring unto love. Mrs. Peelman led in prayer. and Etta in the ninth. Third Grade-Comer Long, Sinah son and branding him with a supposed The present price |is $100 per ton. :

,Fir he raised the door. In the opening The,following program. was render Friday, October 17, the pupils of Moore, Julian Canova, Clifford. Allen, rcime that never happened nor One tone per, acre ,can easily be
:$"i, ,s'' he saw'a flight of stone steps. He ed: the seventh and eighth grades withthe Edwin Broughton. was ever heard of until the publica grown hero and it takes: only 90 days
''- 'descended the steps and found himself Song, "The Woman's Hymn. pupils from the High school or Fourth Grade-Hazel Warren. tion by the Times-Union last ,Tues to mature the crop, allowing 9 months

in a large subterranean chain Delegates responded to the roll call ganized a literary society. Homer Sixth Grade-Alice Thornton, Levy each year for other .crops upon the

"; V, ber. Glancing around he saw heaps'of'rold from various societies. Limbaugh was elected president, Canova. day.I am 63 years old, was born in same land. In Illinoi :and Oklahoma, M
: coins and chests of precious.jewels A paper on "How to Conduct a Successful Thelma Griffin, vice president, GussieBeasley Seventh Grade-Aileen Alvarez, Georgia and have lived within three where most of the .broom-corn is .

't riches beyond the dreams of Missionary Society," was read secretary, and Edyth War Jessie Forsyth, Lavonia Green, Ella miles of Macclenny for the past 23 grown, the yield is of1 -third to one-
Avarice. He found his fortune at from Gainesville and an instructivepaper ren, reporter to the Bradford County May Long, Doris Scott. years, where I have raised a family of half of a ton per :ac. If northern

.home. In a few years his brothersreturned on "The Orphanage," was read Telegraph. The subject for debate High School-Wilbur Scott, Gus children. I have always tried to be farmers find it profitable to grow -
as poor as they left, but he by the Hampton delegate. Friday, October 23 was, "ResolvedThat sie Beasley, Eunice Robinson, Edyth law-abiding citizen and have treated half a ton upon 'one' acre of $300 "
had enough for all, and so they all Mrs. Peelman then delighted the Term Examinations Should Be Warren. my fellow man with considerationand land, it would certainly be very profitable

: found their fortunes'at at home. union with a very interesting and in respect. I have tried to raise my for our farmers to grow a ton
fe- The moral of the fable is sta of ( lend.
to upon an acre $3Q
structive address.
MISS CARRIE L. PUTNAM. XMAS GIFTS SENT FREE. sons to honor and respect the law and i
at home.< You can do as well thereas Mrs. Emerson, of Gainesville, was their fellow man. My son, Walter, If certain of a market many Brad -
anywhere. In fact, you can do elected chairman for the business always had ford county farmers could be induced '
a quiet disposition! and
Miss Carrie L. Putnam died of Christmas gifts donated for the
5> better at home, if your home is in meeting. Present officers tries to grow broom-corn. Mr. Holmes informed
were reelected never to,pick a row with anyone
children of will be forwarded
,1Bradford cerebral hemorrhage at the home of Europe that
county, than you can anywhere for the next year. : and will never bother unlesshe us the Spanish Rush
,: on God's green earth. The opportunities A committee composed of Mesdames her niece, Mrs. J. M. Mitchell, at from Brooklyn, N. Y., on United is made to do so. Let aijyone us not be Broom Co. through their northern .

if are here. Look down at Gross, McClosky and Step neon Saturday, October 24, after an States government steamers on November too hasty to judge, but wait for the connections could guaijantee a market
'your feet. There is wealth untold in ens, were elected to assist the association illness of one month, at the advanced I 10th. Shipments of less than facts that will be brought out by the and the highest price { for all the
''a soil. of 75 Miss Putnam had 100 pounds and marked, "ChristmasGifts broom Bradford ;
our The agricultural possibilities officers to draft a constitutionand age years. proper proceedings of the court. corn county. could
ci, of Bradford county are limitless.A by-laws for the union. been more or less an invalid for three for the Children of Europe, The statement that my son was 40 produce. :
hundred of wealth years, but did not become seriouslyill will be handled by the Southern Express : All interested in the
sources are open The jubilate song was sung and years was false. He is only 33 years persons growing -
y to us. We can produce in greaterquantities Mrs. Jackson dismissed the meetingto until a month before her death. Company free of charge. Shipments of age and has lived in Baker countyfor of broom-corn should write to the
and at less than Miss Putnam was born and should not be made later than Spanish Rush Broom Co. 506 Consol-
expense meet with the LaCrosse Society in reared 23 years. have, had this pub'lish-) ,
our neighbors scores of crops thatwill October, 1915. in Madison, her parents being November 7th. ed in the Times-Union, Macc1ennyTimes idated Buliding, Jacksonville, Fla., for

; enrich us. A few of them are: EMMA HICKS, among the pioneer settlers of that Dr. Mickel, of the Presbyterian Raiford Tribune and the Baker information. They can supply,, you

Corn, cotton, hay, oats, Irish potatoes, Association Secretary. section, having come originally from church, officiating. Miss Putnam had County Times in order that the L with good seed, and ,good seed is half ,
n potatoes, cabbage, beans, peas, Virginia. Later on in life she residedin been a member of the Presbyterian mistake may be corrected, the truth the battle. They will 4>so gladly tell 3
i' okra, lettuce, cukes, celery, eggplant, Savannah, Ga., and other cities. known and justice done to son. you when to plant, how:to plant, how '
my
BARN BURNED. church since she was child. She
Peppers, melons; tomatoes, strawberries For the past eight years she was a I a M. D. THOMAS. to cultivate and how to harvest the'e
a. was laid to rest in the family lot in
and broom-corn. Cattle, hogs resident of Starke, making her home corn and prepare it for market aWe
.-s }.id poultry thrive here. Last and The barn of Hardee Byrd, of mar with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mitchell. the Madison cemetery by the side of YOUNG NEGRO IN JAIL. predict that broo>fi-conn will be

,b eat is fruit culture. Bradford county Raiford, was destroyed by fire Sun Miss Putnam is survived by three I her parents and brother, who preceded Shelder Price, colored, aged 16, is an important factor in he future development ,

ia potentially the best fruit growfr day. All the contents of the barn, including sisters, Mrs. K. M. DuVall, Valdosta, her to the better. world. being held in the county jail for the of Bradford|county.

W,g; section in the United States. 0A.anges 200 bushels of corn, were Ga., Mrs, L. F. Anderson, Jacksonville Rev. W. H. DuMolin will hold services coming term of the circuit court upona 'A-
lost. The loss several
grapefruit, tangerines, kum- was hundreddollars' Fla., Mrs. F. P. Shaffer, of this at the Episcopal church on Sunday charge of larceny. Young Price WILL UNVEIL MONUMENT.
-xk i:goats, peaches, pears, plums and per- and no insurance. It was a city, and other relatives. November 1st. Morning prayer was employed by Mr. Theodore Nor: pis
'lIDUnona will some day make Brad- plain case of incendiarism. Byrd'stwo The funeral services were held in and communion at 11 a. m. Evening man, 6 miles west of Starke. During -
!; ford county famous.. mules were led out of the barn Madison on Sunday, her old pastor, prayer at 7 p. m. Everybody invited. Mr. Norman's 'absence last Friday The monument oftlo; late H. N. '
and turned into field before the Pearce will be unveiled
'., ....:.* Stay at home and seize the golden a barn morning Price entered bedroom at fat New Zion i
was fired. Byrd was asleep at the cemetery on November! 8th
at two
PPortanities
all around you. the Norman home and was in the
time and did not wake up until it was 11111111111'11111111111111111111111111'11111111111111BE' o'clock, p. m. All W. t/. W. are invited -
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rjru;' + NATURAL IN WHAT YOU SAY. + the bed. Mrs. Norman entered W. S.: ?OFT, }

? The: agents of the Southern Expressat CIRCUIT COURT NEXT WEEK. f + the room and saw Price's foot protruding Council:; Commander..
\ '?;Company at Starke (and all other + It is not hard to prepays your advertising copy. Just use the + from under the bed a id, gavean ;- -

;4:,;Ointa are authorized to issue free of The Bradford county circuit court + same talking points you use in selling goods across the counter + alarm. Price 'was caught,' but 1 later COTTON REPORT.

\: _'l: ,urge money orders when they are will hold the first session of the fall + and write as naturally as you talk. If you are a good across-the- + escaped.

:;: for remittances: to the AmericanSociety term next Monday, Judge J. T. Wills + counter salesman. you Ian' writ: an effective advertisement. Don't + Deputy Sheriff W .W. Baisden madea Starke, Fla.,Jet 23, 1914.

cross at Washington, D. presiding. Among the important + put in just any old thing to fill your space. Your stock offers # trip to the place, but failed to 1 oThere were 1859 bald of cotton

';:G+ Inch: money orders in all cases to criminal cases to be tried will be + abundance of good new matter. + cate Price. Later in the day he was ginned in Bradford county, from the #

:"'made payable to the Red Cross those of Walter Thomas for the kill + With good copy in a space in the Telegraph that will cost you + found by Deputy J. B .Sapp at his crop of 1914 prior to October 18,'

f Sodety. ing of Robert Denmark tnd Adam + five dollars a month you can sell more goods than a salesman that + father's home and brought to Starke.He 1914, as compared witty 1606 bales
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: Thomas, colored, for manslaughter.. + will cost you fifty dollars a month. was given a hearing in the county ginned prior to October 18, 113.
;"t, uIt i news, it's in the Bradford A large civil docket will also be dis + # court and held to the circuit court N. D. WAIN' IGHT, .t

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1:1-; __ L! HOME DAMAGED BY BOMB IN ANFWERP Have You Poultry Troubles. ?-k 11 Jt..


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,Cure the fiver and you cure the bird. Nearly .
Now Well 19 poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. Bee ace,STOCK \' r,
+ Thousands of poultry raisers who use it all year POULTRY MEDICINE '
& : M/r A .HSvM: round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trouble isaspleai.lcurelorbtr,txo and chicke* J
; "Thedford's Black-Draught recommend choke Ctna fqularty .
with till teed ia IIIWI ,

Is the best all-round mcdldne Bee Dee STOCK &: POULTRY CKdlcgt doses, it F.'Stowe.prcea.OUa.tojic few nukes. an 'I

__ lever used," writes J.A. MEDICINE t. .

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Steelman, of Pattern vflle,Texas. It's a Liver Medicine. ';

23C.SOC Mf si.perAt ca.
"I suffered terribly with Ever Also a strengthing; Tonic yoor dealer's.

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troubles!: ,and could get no relief. I .j'

The doctors said I had con

sumption. I could not work at t
seacoast cities, and these precautionsmust Hopeless Lung Triable Cured,
2fl. Finally I tried be continued for many months film
jo come. Many recoveries lung troubles :'I
are due to Dr. 'l.ell's Pine Tar
THEDFORD'SBUCK The State Board of Health again
Honey. It strengthen the lungs and
urges upon the attention of munici- -3*
checks the cough gives relief at ,
pal authorities in all parts of Floridathe
once. Mr. W. C. Willing, Gates, N.
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wisdom and the
necessity of
Ai .' remodeling C., writes "I used Dr..Bell's Pine Tar
their building laws Y
so as
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vy Honey in a case given up as hopelessand
: to make their wharves and docks and
Photo copyright. 1914. by American Press Association it effected a compete cure." Geta
warehouses
< rat-proof. The existence
k DRAUGHT bottle of Dr. Bell's P.ne Tar Honey.If .
or the possibility of the existence, of
your throat is dry aid hacking let
rats in places where transact
I I I I I men trickle down the thrc.at.you will sure- -

: CAN GROW( CROPSIHEYEAR'ROUND + + FORAGE FOR THE and to my surprise, I got better where their daily they business dwell, is and disgusting in the homes, even ly get relief. Only 25cat.. your drug- '..t1=

and am to-day as well as
+ + any nauseating. In the time to .,
ROAD STUDY.t'111111111111111111111111. come, 'f
+ + GROWING PIGS man."Thedford'sBlackDrausht when popular sentiment comes to a gist'r fSf

; + is a general, cathartic, better appreciation of the danger of .

vegetable; liver medicine, that such companionship in their homes :

Washington, D. C., October 30. ;- Farmers and pig growers do not has been regulating irregularities and surroundings, to say nothing of SEEPS 1
F The Jacksonville Metropolis recently Detailed studies of local road build- the filth and annoyance and financial I i
always appreciate the value of green of the liver, stomach and I I
of the southern We can fill o der immediately .-
printed a map ing systems in one hundred countiesare losses caused by such vermin, its ex- your
the of time in feeds and succulent pastures for their bowels, for over 70 years. Geta istence will be considered for new, crop :4 si
states showing length now being carried on by the Department a disgrace, I ;
growing and the actual numberof animals. To often the hog is con- package today. Insist on the even as now bedbugs and lice are a I of all varietiesof_ '. ;.'
crops in
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sidered a scavenger and his ability to genuine Thedford's. E-70 reflection the I '
upon neatness of the
: days in which farming can be done. with state highway departmentsand use waste is regarded as his chief housekeeper.A : BERMUDA ONION) SEED :,

/- Only the southern states were givenas local authorities. The following value. However well he serves this war upon rats for their complete I ONION SETS TURNIP SEED : ;

no other states, except California, counties in Florida have been desig- purpose he will pay well for good extermination, will be made sooneror CABBAGE SEED OATS :)

can compete with the South in the nated by the state highway officialsas care, feed and housing. later, and no better beginning can I ff I

length of the growing season and those in which the investigationshould Forage crops are especially beneficial needed to balance ordinary grain be made than in such methods of : RYE C.I. _."

be made Dade Duval, Leon, to young growing anima's. It feeds. construction as will leave no lodging ?
California cannot touch Florida in diversified : I Complete stock of garden and I ,. : ;
crops of fruits and vegeta- Liberty and Marion. is possible to grow them much more Sow Crops Adapted to Grazing. place for them in homes and business I field seeds, poultry feed, and j I jS

r bles. The purpose of this study is to discover profitably and successful when a Farmers are urged to plan some places. I supplies, incubate, etc. I' ;1

the points of excellence and defects good green field of palatable and nutritious system of forage crops for their hogs.
? The lines and figures show in days ; WRITEFOROURFALLCATI!
in existing local methods of the pasturage is provided hxjeriaents Now is the time to plan some fieldsto HOW TO GROW EGGPLANTS. I I .
.; the average length of crop growing I ALOG AND WEEKLY PRICELISTONPOULT1tYFEED&c
building and maintaining of roads and piactical farmer' experiences be sown to the crops adapted to -
in various of each of
parts I x
seasons
the six states as reported by the Uni- which will aid the state authorities to prove that gains in weightare grazing. If permanent pastures are An excellent vegetable which comparatively 1// I'

put local road management on a systematized made at less cost on forage thin available, fence off a portion for the few grow is the eggplantor '
weather bureau. A I
ted States
t": season ranging from 200 to 348 days crop basis. The co-operattng1 in the dry lot. Brood sows can be pigs and plant some crop to keep the Guinea squash. Anyone can grow 'I OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND! LARGEST I

1 a year makes this the most profitable state authorities have been asked to carried through the season on pas- pigs growing when the permanent the eggplant almost as easily as to- SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA ,'j

agricultural section of America.It d' signate,counties that present typi- ture at less cost than when grain pastures dry up, and the returns from matoes.

y goes even further and brings the cal and exceptional features as to topography fields are entirely depended upon. the year's work with hogs will be pro- The young plants are tender and

F matter closer home by proving that character of road mater- Foraging induces the animal to exer- portionately increased. Give the pigan should be started in a warm place in E. A. Martin Seed Co. '
t ials methods of construction and of ,
} the agricultural possibilities of Flor- cise and obtain fresh air, and these honest chance to make you money northern sections of the United

ida are unlimited and its unequaled maintenance, administrative organi- prevent diseases being contracted, by giving him green feeds, in their States; yet but little difficulty will be NC' 206 East'Bay St.,
zation, methods of road financing and
tr advantages over other states in the traffic conditions. From these lists and when the animals are put in the natural state, and his growth, health .experienced in central or southern Jacksonville Florida

union in this and a great many other fattening pen their gains err unusually and pork-making ability will be in- 1 sections. .
of 100 counties will be selected, and "
: }; respects are unquestionable. There is in these counties the division of road rapid and profitable. The green creased. The eggplant is propagated from ,

no single state in the whole United economics will make intensive studies. feeds eaten are of much value justto seed, an ounce producing 500 or more

1 States so well adapted to such a This investigation is prompted by keep the pig's digestive system in ETERNAL VIGILANCE. plants, which is enough for thirty or COFFINS, CASKETSAnd

r Y, great variety of agricultural possi- the fact that there is at present very good condition and the appetite keen. forty common gardens, as a dozen or : ft Full Line of .

t r bilities. With its thousands of acres ittle knowledge as to the most effec- Entire Herd Will Profit. Important events area overshadowed twenty plants will yield enough for a I Undertakers' Supplies

of entover lands in all parts of the tive and economical methods by which The entire hog herd can be run on by the European war. Reports in large family. Always on hand. The best ser

state and the very fact that these forage and will profit by this the news columns are cut to a few Since the tender
:a county can develop its roads. At crops plants are they rioe at the lowest prices. Special
same lands are capable of producingsuch method of management. Younger ani- lines under small heads, which threeor should bo
present the methods of financing local started rather late in April, attention to Telegraph Orden.
enormous quantities of forage road improvements from callingon mals seem to derive the most bene- four months ago would have been the first of May is better, unless one -
crops and furnish such splendid graz- fit and hogs the least. Herd carried in big type.
fattening
farmers for a certain number of has a very warm window garden, hot- Registered ,Embalmer
ing when properly managed will make days labor in lieu of a road tax, or the sows and the herd boar are benefited And so it has come that the plague bed or green house, as they are very --

r Florida one of the greatest live stock use of county prisoners in road con- by having green feeds. It is :a good situation in New Orleans has been sensitive to the cold. DeWITT C.: JONES
states in the union. Meat ;
producing almost forgotten, and the lack of details
struction; to bond issues or mainte- plan to have the brood sow running on Plant the seed in a shallow box and
animals' of all kinds can be raised in the daily has possibly SUCCOKX to C. C Livingston;; & Co.
nance of roads from dram shop license green pasture at farrowing! time as press keep in warm sunny place until the
cheaper in Florida than in any other lulled those who are not informed by Starke Fla. .
,
funds. this is conducive to a strong, healthy young plants have three or four I
state in the union. be rais-
Hogs,can official reports to a sense of securityout I ,,
.
The department will study all of litter of pigs. She should be kept en rough leaves.
ed upon many different crops that are of proportion to the actual condi-
these systems with the view to deter- forage from the time she far- Then
green the
well suited to their needs for not mining what combinationof tions. This feeling of security is jus- seedlings may be trans- +++++#FI'++t+#++.++++-M-+
system or The will learnto
more than 3 cents per pound. rows. young pigs soon tified only in part by the splendid planted to a larger box, or several + +
systems works best in actual prac- eat, and the exercise and the
The general farm crops such as green work that has been done and is being boxes, where they will have more + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +

corn, hay, sugar cane and cotton are tice.There food in its natural state will start continued under the direction of the room in which to'grow,, or better still + --" +
is, moreover, at present no :
the principal crops for North and of standard system of keeping accountsfor them along in good condition.The United States Public Health Service. to two-inch or three-inch flower pots. + Thefollowing schedule is +

West Florida and cover a growing road building and maintenance, method of feeding when on pas- But the disease has not been stamped Keep the young plants growing + now in effect: +

., period of from eight months to ten and as a result, while some counties ture will necessarily vary accordingto out and those in touch with the vigorously after the first transplanting I + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tam- +

months of the year, beginning February know to a the for the kind of crop used. If the crop situation there forsee many monthsof since their outside growing sea- + pa, due at Starke:11:02 A. M. +
purpose
1 and ending December 1. Be- which money penny was spent, others haveno grown be rape, alfalfa, clover, cow- unrelenting activity.A son is comparatively brief. + No.,: 1, Jacksonville to Tam- +

sides these just mentioned, all lands definite check or reporting system. peas, soy beans, or other crops high recent report from the Public Finally transplant to the open gar- + pa, dae at Starke 11:14 P. M. +

of truck crops can be and are being Among various counties with the high in protein content, the grain ra- Health Service gives a compilation of den the last of May or the first of + No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce- +

c fi; profitably grown alt through the same conditions, cost for excavationor ton need not bo supplemented by facts regarding conditions in New June in central latitudes, a little later + dar_,Key, due at Starke 4:49 +

north central and western parts of other labor is anything but uniform I I feeds high in protein. If blue grass Orleans, covering the situation for the farther north and a little earlier far- ,+ P.M. ,. +

the state during these months. and many counties, because of the absence rye, oats or other nonleguminouscrops week ending October 3, as well as ther south. + No.4, Tampa to 'Jackson'ville .

y The southern half of the peninsular of definite knowledge, fail to are sown, it is best t" add a the statistical totals since the discov- Make the garden soil in which the + due at Starke 3:49 P. M. +
tr. part of the stale stands in a class by small of feeds high in of the disease there. This + No.2
use local and cheap materials and percentage ery report plants are set as rich and warm as Tampa to Jackson- +

itself, and when it comes to getting construct roads which are unneces- protein to the grain. Corn or barley shows one suspicious case and one new possible:, so that growth will.be forcedat + ville, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. .

early vegetables on the northern and sarily expensive for their purpose, or usually furnish the bulk of the grain case within that week, and a total of the highest rate. The plants shouldbe + No. 14, Cedar Key to Jack- +

eastern markets, it is absolutely with- which will wear out before the bond ration, and when necessary these can 29 human cases to that date, which set two or three feet apart and + sonville, due at Starke 9:21 +
out competition with its pineapplesand since has been increased to 32. Al- + A. M. +
issues redeemed. The investigation be one-tenth
are supplemented by adding given thorough cultivation from the
citrus friuts that noted the
are most two hundred-188 to be exact- + +
will include a careful study of linseed oil meal one-sixteenth tank-
or
start till after fruit begins to set.
world over for the unexcelled quality. rats have been discovered to be infected +
Starke
and
Wanr.ee Dram +
the of convict labor in road will
use con- age. The rate of feeding dependon Ono nice thing about the
South Florida from October 1 to by bacteriological examination, eggplantis + +
-
March 15, and sometimes later, is struction.In the gains desired. Considering a that the fruit is fit for use at all
from total +
connection with the scientific a of more than 119,000 No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 of'
I t feeding the balance of the country. full grain ration to be four pounds captured and 99,000 examined in the stages of growth, from the time it is + A. M. +
the .
Department's highway en-
Practically twelve months in the study, daily per 100 pounds live weight, we laboratories.For an inch in diameter till maturity.It + No. 104 arrives at Starke +
gineers will advise freely with local
year some can be in 1 may say that for ordinary work with is good keeping vegetable and .
crops
grown officials as to improvements, and thus the protection of the outside + 2:45 P. M. +
some parts of the state, there being give each county visited the advan- growing shoats a one-half grain ration world the authorities in the Louisiana the: late surplus crop can be hold until + +

possibly one and a half months during tage of direct co-operation, engineerng or two pounds a day for each 100 city, up to the close of the second long after frost and then into the + Limited Trains : +

k ? the year that couldn't be called : supervision and assistance. I pounds live weight, will give satisfac- week in October, had fumigated 363 winter.PERLLNA. ... -- ..&...

perfect and ideal for crop production, These investigations, it is believed, tory results. If it is desired to main- vessels, steam and sail, and had inspected + No. 9, Jacksonville to: Tampa +
and this applies more to the north and tain the animals as cheaply as pos-
will yield important economic data more than 17,000 loaded + due at Starke 12:5fp. M. +

western parts this being from July bearing especially on the benefits and sible a smaller percentage should be freight cars carrying goods from + No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville +
15 to September 1. It is not to be understood fed. New Orleans to various sections +
burdens of road improvement and of U AJCAS4 VE TO NIC due at Starke 6:10P.: M. +
by any means that crops are I showing the extent to which financial Not Forage Crops Alone.It the United States. During the week + T. J. Griffin, Agent.. +

not grown and harvested during this outlay under given typical condi- seems doubtful if it ever pays to ending October 3, 3,578 cars were inspected "I was taken with a severe + +

period, for, as a matter of fact, a tions is justifiable.The try to keep pigs on forage crops of which 1,951 were repaired headache and cold, which +++++ 11111 t 1I11111I ++4'..
T statement of this kind would not be :finally brought on constipation
heads of state highway departments alone. These crops are sometimes to make them rat proof, and 18
and bowel
true delicate, but for planting many of the are manifesting great in- sufficient to keep the pigs growing, were condemned. The cars inspectedand 1 Physics of all kind trouble.wera Apply Sloan's Freely for Lumbago.

F'; vegetables that are so well lerest and are co-operating cordiallyin but the gains are not usually made passed were sent to thirtysevenstates used, and we were obligedto Your attacks of lumbago are not
to Florida's climate
and soil
-, adapted this work. These data when ob- economically. Usually the pigs are and forty-nine of them were resort to the fountain nearly so hopeless as they seem. You

the sun is a little too hot to be con- tained will be published and thus kept at a loss in live weight. Where destined to points in Florida. syringe for help. I could can relieve them almost instantly bya

- sidered favorable for their growth. made accessible to all county 'and brood sows are kept they should he Thus it is evident that every effortto drink castor oil like water, simple application of. Sloan's Liniment '
t' No state in the union can truthfully but it did no good. Salts
state road officials. given enough grain to keep them in stamp out the disease and to pre- on the back and loins. Lumbago -
say that it can compete with were of no use. The doctors
good thrifty condition. The fact that vent its spread is being made and is a form of rheumatism and yields
were puzzled. After .
Florida in balmy climate and the
What Would You Do
the forage crops have high value when with as much vigor as in the earlier using three bottles of Peruna perfectly to Sloan's, which penetrates
number of timerwhen
agricultural products that There are many one stages of the epidemic. The fact I consider
grains are fed does not mean that that myself entirely quickly all in through the sore, ten
can be grown from ton and a half to another's actions and "'eu." Mr. B.
man, questions such strenuous exertions are still con- John Capers, der muscles, limbers :the back and w
they should be fed alone. up
twelve months of the No. 610 Pecan St
year as com- motives. Men act differently under sidered Fort
necessary by the highest authorities -i makes it feel fine. Get a bottle ofSloan's
The best adapted to grazing Worth Texas I
pared with from six to eight monthsin different circumstances. The questionis crops in
the
northern and eastern states. Plant with pigs are alfalfa, rape, clover, country in the fifth Those wile dfcjeet to UQaid Liniment for 25:cents of any
what would do if .
:you right now you month of the epidemic, is ample proof 5I.e close wiD find rerasa Tab druggist and have it in the house-
City Courier. blue grass, Bermuda, rye, oats, soy lea a de.Ir Me remedy fox!
had cold? Could do bet-
a
severe that the
you is
fight not finished, and the CATARUHAL CONDITIONS.PERUNA. against colds, sore and swollen joints,
ter than to take Chamberlain's Cough beans and cow peas. The nature of:
other cities
southern
particularly rheumatism
sciatica and
the soil the climate and the rainfallare neuralgia, :
,
? It is recommendedby
No. 666 Remedy highly
seaports must not let down the lines like ailments. Your money back if
who have used it for influences that should govern the
people
'u years of defense.
not satisfied, but it does give almost l
; Tail ill prescription prepared especially I and know its value. Mrs. 0. E. Sar- selection of the crops to be used. The Jacksonville City Board of LAX AT IV E TO N 1C instant relief.

r: for MALARIA or CHILLS A. FEVER. gent, Peru, Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Alfalfa is the greatest forage crop on Health has examined in its laborator-

".:. ,. if Five taken or six then dotes u a will tonic break the Fever any cue will, and not Cough Remedy is worth its weight in soils suited to its growth. Rape and :os more than 1300 rats and similar Cares The Old Sorts, Otter lemefiles Rial Care Only. One "BROMO QUININE" j

't return. It acts on the liver better than gold and I take pleasure in recom- clover are also excellent feeds, and precautions are being followed out in are worst cured cases by the no matter wonderful of,how old long reliable standing Dr.. To get the eennine.call for futl time LAXA t

Calomel and does not gripe. or ticken. 25fr mending__ it." For sale by all dealers. both are high in protein, the elements Pensacola Tampa and other Florida Porter's Pain and Antiseptic Healing OiL It relieves E.TIVE W.GROVE.BROMO QCISIJ Cure a Cold Look in On foui Day.ature Stop.of ",I.
-- 0. Heals at the fame tWe. Sc,50c,iLoo..t. cough and headache and won- oil cold. 25&

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&t( '' Friday October 30th, 1914. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .r PAGE THRE

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I
a
: : .' said that. this melon was one of six I commission that it would be uselessto h_._-_._ *'_ -

rig grown on the same vine and all averaging put,the state on the map at San

I LIVE STATE NEWS : 34 pounds. It was one of Francisco next year. The first planof ,

4 1 several vines his' little daughter had the commission was to raise some Bradford County i

I planted while at home this summer| $200,000 and put a complete exhibit

and the melons were as fine flavored of Florida products in at ahe great

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida as if they had matmred right in the .I fair. The efforts along this line were Abstract Company 5''
.i.
, '...'. season. Mr. Ward's place lain West abandoned some six or eight weeks

i : As Told By Our Exchanges Kissimmee and he says he has never I ago. The second plan was to raise A complete record of Bradford:(Aunty lands '

,; .. had anything killed by frost duringthe not
I more than $75,000. This money Land Title Real Estate
;. several years he has cultivated was to be used in the construction cf Investmen "r

' i i :. The phosphate situation in Polk'modern necessities will be incorporated the place.-Kissimmee Gazette. a building and the conducting of a .

brightening considerably. in the plans of the company. One free motion picture theatre which .f
county,Js
Pensacola.
-12,000 pounds of mulletis
:,1 Nearly all of the mines are said to be ; restriction is that there shall be no would show up all of the products of
I the remarkable haul made -
by
; : : working, 'although not employing full residences erected costing less than what are known as beach fishermen. the state, The. second plan seemedto 5

F, $800. meet with more favor but
,
i forces. despitethe
,I f ; down the bay and the entire catch
! ,-.- think of South efforts of the commissioners they
. Those people who was hemmmed into one big drag of
J ;-..-: Talking with vessels in the Pacific found it impossible to raise the nec-
land of
Florida semi-tropical .seine.
as a the The latter, which are used
is of the latest feats of e:ary funds for the undertaking. The
.ocean one citrus fruits where the sturdy pro only by the beach'fishermen, covered INSTOCK
the wireless station on the beach at members of the commission declare
ducts of ho soil will not grow, can revise several hundred yards, and into it .' 4
i Miami, this being accomplished a few their opinions after reading this the mullet were driven by the fisher- that they abandoned the undertaking : \ ..E:

I_, days. ago. I item from the reliable publication, the I men by beating on the water. Thisis w'.th extreme regret.-Times-Union., + PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS
MATCHERS SELF FE::,D fclP
f r Florida Grower. "Colonel Kyle one of the usual but the fishermen
; <': The justices of the Florida supreme I practice, CACTUSCULTURE. TOWER EDGERS TRIMMERS

,. court having returned from their sumP I the most successful business men and struck the largest school ever -- PERKINS SHINGLE MACIIIXERr

'. mer vacation, the court has convenedagain I manufacturers of the South raised 560 known in Pensacola bay and they Polk county enjoys the distinctionof ENGINES, up to 40 h. SAw)nj.g .
I '
, ,oa' and the usual fall sessions are bushels cf corn on four acres of landat loaded down several of the boats with having within its borders the largest BOILERS, up to 40 h. Light and Leah

;{ t being held at Tallahassee.. Clearwater, Fla., without the u::') I the mullet before they had removedthe and oldest cactus farm in the s.\ TWST CONVEYORS SLAB CASYCYORSGASOLIXE .
i : of fertilizers. This is an average entire catch. It was also the largest I EXGIXES STEAL FEEDS; :

? >. Fourteen prisoners broke out of the yield of 140 bushels to the acre. Col.| amount of mullet ever deliveredto : state, known as the Lakeland Cactus LATH MILLS STAVE MILLS

f 1 Polk county jail at Bartow Thursday Kyle says that the possibilities of I a wholesale house in one day. One.I Garden.: It is owned by C. C. Red DISSTOX SAWS I

{ :-i : night and are now being sought by Florida land, when properly handledare thousand pounds is considered a good grave and is located one and a half 1 SAW BITS for all makes of aawi '
# Several were miles west of the of Lakeland SHAFTIXQ PULLEYS B0XES
the county officers. city ,
: .1' unlimited. I catch for a crew of one vessel in one '
charged with grave crimes.J. I says the Eustis Lake Region. A little BELTING rradea-medlam to'1N-Ft
i has this week day. LOG CHAIXS CAXT HOOKS TONGS
Lindley Heimburger I over two years ago Mr. Redgrave
L. Vining has discovered a whitefly harvested a hay crop on his Buena County commissioners in Polk secured a few leaves from Luther EVERYTIIIXG SAWMILL FOR THE -

, destroyer on his orange trees, Vista plantation of 11,000 pounds of county consider a county fair one of Burbank in California. These grewso VI Write torPrices

i which is said to kill all white flies cured hay from three-quarters of an the best things that could happenand I well that more were purchased a

J -." by covering the fly eggs on the leaves ac:.} of land. This large yield was I I have announced appropriation few months later. These also thrived S

t and killing off the young growth. It from a test plot of a mixture of I of $1,000 for the fair to beheld under most untoward circumstances

; :. is very valuable.-Macclenny Times. 1 Srebham cowpeas and Orange sor-J in Polk county next February.The such as poor soil, wild and unsweetened t

I The United States crop reporting I j hum. Four hundred pound3 of commercial Lakeland News telling of the I and lack of fertilizer, disturbance 1

i j ;.5:. board estimates that Florida has 13; : : fertlizer was used (a chemi- [action commending it, and that of root systems by frequent 1

y l : ', 000 acres in Irish potatoes this year 'al formula prepared by Mr. Heim Lakeland having volunteered to I changes of location that Mr. Red :

!, which will produce 1,149,000 bushels. burger). Plot planted July 3rd, cut: give $1,000, and other people being grave concluded that this new forage to turn all stock upon it, and do not Since then over $10,000,000 of deposits

I ".. That's better information than any October 1st, y:. Id almost seven tons much interested, it now seems that plant which was revolutionizing the get it so far from the house that the have been aJded and the numberof s

! :":_ war news packed in the same number per acre of cured hay. By followingthe the fair in the spring will to: a glad cattle question in California, New chickens will not be able to find it. depositors increased enormously. '

:. i of words. same methods, Mr. Heimburger is success. An effort is being madeto Mexico, South Arizona, and other semiarid It will astonish you any one who This unprecedented gain is the more

l } :' satisfied that equally as large a yieldcan have a permanent building erectedon states, would change "the has never planted it to see how much striking when it is considered that
3: When'Fort Meade finds it's necessary be produced on large fVlds in the Athletic field in Lakeland, face of Florida," when once generally
the
grazing
of this net
an acre plant will gain in the last three monthsis
r. ;:". clear of sand and True Dem -
to a sewer
k Leon county.-Tallahassee where the fair association house introduced.
can
give. When dividing with your live- larger than the gain for the entire
r a pet alligator is sent ocrat. and care for the stock and poultry exhibits I He now has several thousand of stock do fiscal 1914. '
not forget also that year Scores of offices have
attached young
I ,':: through the pipe with a cord each year. The fair association the plants, including the most expensive done '
attached The crew of the Austrian steamer, rape makes as acceptable a dish of more postal savings businesgsince
i:j'obstructions f' to his body and having a drag has been very active of late and varieties, both forage and fruit
to the other end. The alligator Lucia, "by the catching of a huge "greens" as can well be grown.-The. the war began than was done
/ with the time intervening and a continuance ing: Y
I| by them
I shark in Pensacola bay yesterday, Progressive Farmer. during the previous existence
l ii< is said to be a very competent employee of interest and work the fair I It has been found that while this of th5 servise. New -
, of found evidence throwing light on the : York City alone
:t--i.: of the scavenger department of 1915 should exceed anything ever hardy denizen of the desert does well
; HOW made in
TO
Tribune. fate met by Captain Bisneck, of.the START. a gain September of more
Lucie
i that city.St before attempted in the county.- I on the poor thin sand of our Florida _. than milion 4hile
I r, fishing schooner Hope, who was believed a Brooklyn showeda 3
f. .. A cassava root has been on display to have drowned while attempting Sanford Herald. I hills, it responds appreciably to A contributor to the current issue of relatively big:increase. Chicago reported -

}:;, at J. W. Keen's store this week which to reach shore at the navy yard The six hundred thousand dollars kindly treatment and suitable fertilization Farm and Fireside writes in part as a larger gain in the past three

[ .' 0 has attracted comment. It is a hugs from his smack. After catching the good roads bond issue for Orange putting out numerous budson follows, under the title, Breaking into months than for the previous twelve

tuber as large around as a man's shark the captors ripped open the county has been validated by the even the smallest leaves or slabsin Poultry: months. More .$ian 7,000 new accounts -

{ .:{ head at the big end and the entire stomach and were presented with 1 Florida supreme court in a friendlysuit marked contrast to those plants "The first advice I give every beginner were opened during the period ,

length was about 10 or 12 feet. The the grewsome sight of a man's leg. II to test its legality and the last otherwise unnurtured. It may be considered is to let incubators alone. Stickto bringing the number; of depositors in

I cassava root is said to be excellent That the limb was a part of Captain obstacle to the beginning of the paving a well-established fact that the hen. After you learn how to'I that city up to over 21,000. _
cacti of this kind be
I food for hogs, cattle and even 'man improved may The unexpected increase in'
Eisneck was conclusively proven by of many miles with brick and hatch and raise chicks with hens and postal
may eat of it and thrive.-Ft. Merfde.. the fact that the shoe attached was I I voted at grown in paying quantities almost savings business] has not only added
big
by a majority a
were you begin to feel that understandthe I
anywhere) in Florida. Plants in the you '
Leader.E. purchased by Captain Bisneck the election November 11, 1913, greatly to the general administrative .. _
special on
business tackle incu-
Gardens have can
Lakeland shown 500 you an
'. day previous. All of the flesh on the $500,000 to be used in paving with duties of the system( but has brought
. C. Crosby has a little sugar apple and even 1,000 per cent increase in a bator.
; 'mb from the hip to the ankle had up many new and interesting problems
roads of the
the
brick principal county
teen
feet that has
tree three high a of good-sized marketable "The orthodox advice of the poultry
t, year crop which have
been eaten only that that part'within called for the'care-
f set out on his place just a year and away and the remaining $100,000 in paving leaves in six months. journals to the beginner is to purchase ful consideration
the shoe remaining.The personal of Post-
i.K I with marl clay other material
., half from which he recently or
: a ago The following briefly enumerated a trio or pen from some breeder master General Burleson and Governor
picked a sugar apple 11 inches in cir Orlando Reporter-Star chronicles of less important highways. The points will commend this new indus- for about twenty-five to fifty dol- Dockery, TKrd Assistant Postmaster --

t cumference. He has another tree of the killing of the first black bonds have already been sold to aNew try to every thoughtful and progressive lars and start 'right.: My advice is General. :But their task has
:t kind that little larger York firm and $6,000 of their I
the was a
same 1.1 Donald
'3 bear of the season by Cheney j reader. to buy two or three oneyearoldhens been ,lightened)somewhat by the
when it set out at the same time money is on deposit with the county
was last week. "A hunting party composed First, its ease of propagation. One
and five or six good sized pullets promptness of depository banks in
,4 that is 8 feet'high and bore 10 ) officials to bind the deal. However, .
(; now of Messrs. J. M. Cheney and son, man can plant one thousand leaves a from poultry-raiser furnishing additional
some near security to meet
: fruit, 9 are still on the tree.-W. and the bonds must be printed and in the
Donald, Douglass R. Ellerbee day in previously prepared ground, a
..tit A'I hands of the the last you. Have him pick you good birds the abnormal dcosits.; A number of
by
Palm Beach Tropical Sun. purchasers
L. Peek left Orlando late one simple of putting each one- !
1 process the ranks
will largest in the "
of this month de- from his flock. They probablycost very : country,
' l : The southern health exhibit to be noon and camped near Clay Springs. I day them and or they may their third of its length in the ground. you a dollar each. which have heretofore declined to
cline take
held on November 27 to December 6, Long before dawn the next morningthe I II' deposit.to Should the bonds recover be printedand Then its hardiness. It has no ser- "To the beginner who is very shortof qualify as depositories for postalsivngs ,

1t' :" will be one of the biggest things ever four stationed themselves some : offered the purchasers before ious insect or fungus enenmies. It cash I would advise the purchaseof funds, arc row among the eager
I'
t' between the scrub and grow ,
distance apart will in almost kind of soil
any
,'_:. promoted to the country. "AlreadyI [ November 1st and should they declineto a hen and brood of chicks. The aplicants for them.
't : swamp. The harp crack of a rifle I and stand an unusual amount of ,
that there will be
i I' ,', have assurance take them on account of the financial poultryman will want a dollar for the
: enough exhibits to fill both floors of brought the party hurriedly together, drought, flood, heat or cold, of the
caused the Euro- hen and about fifteen cents for
stringency by apiece
,: the Morroco temple" was the statement where it was found that Donald latter fifteen degrees above zero, fora
; killed fine black bear : pear war the six thousand dollars on the chicks, and one can buy from ten
had
Cheney a considerable period.
Dr. C. E. health offi-
of Terry,
; ; :: with the will be for- chicks. is too
deposit county to twenty Twenty not
the breast
with white cultivation
"Besides this it be that a large spot on i i! The smallest modicum of MEND
: eer. may I
.J't there will be other exhibits also offered which through the dim morning atmosphere feited. to keep down the weeds. Dry many, and the hen will care for them

,S1 in connection with the event." had served as a target. The 1 I Last week Mr. Coleman, an energetic years mean no panic to the cattleman welkin a coop made of a goods-box I1'& wait until dfi- .. '

I Iti. splendid prize of the short hunt I farmer living a few miles out in whose acreage grows the succulent .I covered with a piece of prepared roof ewe po/tant digorganixeft organs. Thoo-Im- {
A that would make pies ing." anode of men hats
pumpkin weighed nearly four hundred pounds cactus.
the Flatwoods, brought in to the been wrecked on the
.'/i sufficient for a German regiment, proNe gross, and was taken to Orlando. I I Progress office a fine specimen of TJ.Jnits prolificness almost surpasses / sod rot**neglect.i of .ignorance j
vided they did not require too large INCREASE IN POSTAL SAV-
imagination. As much as 200 '
: rice grown on the land of Victor De- "
,I!;. : slices, is on display in the Gazette At the regular monthly meeting of i; 606"Absolute
clercq, whose farm lies one-half mile tons of forage per acre each year, INGS.The .
the city council of Bartow, Councilmen -
.- window this week. This pumpkin was
has been in California. Of the
west of the demonstration farm. This grown '
;' raised by Mr. H. Hanna, on his residence Tate, Burrows and Clarke were kind 100 tons of luscious in is cnrable :of enres In all
} rice was planted on a field on which fruiting war Europe proving a big cages contracted dloeases.
Mr. H. C. Sai appointed a committee to ask for bids I treat 1t'enkneen of )Ien..rlt" '
property near tomatoes had been grown-the rice fruit per acre. A single hot day in boon to postal savings in this country. rele, Blood Poi{ ott. Pile and all 1'EL- .
3 for the new city hall, to cost $12,000. \IC DISEASE.
; ler's store and was brought in by Mr. ti.cluOins RUPTURE
receiving neither fertilizer nor care. June will add a ton weight of forageon From the very day hostilities opened without the knife. .
Salter. It is a splendid specimen and Early in the year a bond issue::: of $17- I give 606 ,ilrt tiT Into the blood
:: single acre patch. across the seas postal savings receipts -
a
500 authorized for hall and On September 8th the rice crop was without euttUiz or deleaUoa: from
was a city
3e one-half
-
weighs fifty-seven and Pages would be required to set began to increase by leaps and bosinen.
harvested and since that day to this .
9
.t it-Milton site and recently a very desirable I Hours a.ri. : pounds. Who can beat lot on Parker street extending from it has started growing again, and the forth all the food value of alfalfa, bounds and withdrawals fell off, a result Correspondence tolkited. ,
Gazette.
-'Z':-' Central to Wilson avenue and adjoin I sample which Mr. Coleman brought to yet in comparison cactus has five to quite contrary to the predictionsof Dr. Geo.; L. Dickerson _I

.: Alleging that certain lands in Polk ing the one on which the federal t the Progress office measured 39 in- one in its favor. One acre of alfalfa many well-informed persons who, 111 WEST FOH5YTH STREET. "
gov-
,.,:', county sold in 1908 by the Florida ernment will erect a $50,000 postoffice ches. This in a little over four weeks. under irrigation, will support one in their imagination, saw lines of feverish ,7:1CRSOM1LLE(Near Kurt. lUai Bide.ILOEIDA.) r' '.,"1 t

.::' state board of education to the Char building. It is probable that both ( No care no fertilizer. If that's not a cow, whereas, one acre of cactus depositors at post office pay .J...... 'II' ,..J.iJr. '

4':' leston, South Carolina Mining and the postoffice and the city hall will proof in itself of the quality of the without irrigation, will supply green windows anxious to again return t

':'. Manufacturing Company were mineral be begun within a few months, the land surrounding Delray, we'll hush feed for five cows, and that each year their savings to the boot-leg and the I -

';' and not agricultural lands, and government:: several weeks ago having I up. During the conversation he stated for half a century. It is one of the body-belt depositories! whence they H. C.
L .r'- richest foods known in sodium, potash before intrusted'to Unce; Sam. RICHARD
came
;; that the South Carolina company ordered the buildings then occupyingthe that he had covered extensive areas

knew at the time of the existence of proposed site razed and the debris I of the United States and had seen and magnesium-the principal salts But the forecasters failed to reckonon

( the mineral deposit on the lands, the removed, and the funds for the wonders of speedy growth in many of in milk. the absolute confidence of the citizens General insurance -

United States attorney general has city hall are also available. I the different states, but that he took of America regardless of the t J.

tkj filed proceedings in the office of the off his hat to the rice, and we-we PLANT RAPE NOW. flag that first met his eyes in the sa- .-- -

i;.' United States court for the Southern Lake City.-Last Saturday night at will walk around bareheaded in the ability and purpose: of the govern 1 FIRST-GLASS
represent none irat
!,a district of Florida to void the deed. about 6 o'clock a negro by the name I presence of that land. He also remarked There is one crop that too few of ment to carry out its obligations, not

of Tom Junior was arrested at Gum that the rice field, about 2 us appreciate at its full value, and to only among the nations of the earth, companies and will lie constantly on the ;

t Coal shipments by water to Boca the but with the humblest citizens of our alert to promote interests. Guarantee
Swamp by constable from districtNo. and a half or 3 acres in size was a which we would do well to give more your

1i. Grande, down the coast have been 8, and taken in an automobile be- I pretty sight, reminding one of the attention, not only as a feed for hogs, lan'd.Two courteous rroatjnent- II to all patroni. r

will inaugurated here and the first cargo fcre Mrs. Robinson, who positively i wheat or oat field of the north, and but as a source of green feed for all important results have followed A well written policy by a firBt-claai

i ; go out on the steamer Dorothy, identified him as being the negro who that the growth was as even and nice livestock including chickens, and the ; thousands of people, largely of
in first clai's
agent a
which some-
began loading about 3,000 tons company
i sR : hot and Las birth accustomed to send
seriously wounded her on either of the above mentioned.- well. That is Dwarf foreign ,
,y' f by rail. The coal is coming from I Wednesday. The party then beingsure I Delray Progress. family as crop their savings abroad are now patronsof times means much in case of long b?fee

the Alabama fields and if it proves they had the right man, startedfor Essex rape. our postal saving system; and ,
B C.
RICHARD
I I. From time to time we have called Starve Ha.
satisfactory it will mean a continuous this city to lodge the prisoner in After several months of hard and enormous sums of actual cash have ,f
k' contract for the local The attention to the value of this crop, I'
shipper. jail. But before they reached here untiring work the Florida State Commission been released for commercial uses .
j coal is being loaded into and new that there have been pretty .
the vessel for the Panama-Pacific International
the news had spread by telephone ands among our own people at a time when
f from the Muscogee wharf chutes and large posse of determined men relieved Exposition at San Francisco general rains the time is opportune to the need for every available dollar is

y the party of the negro and in 1915 has found it impossible to take advantage of them and get a pressing.The CASSLL'S

quickly strung him up and riddled him with raise funds for an exhibit for Florida, crop- of rape under way. At this season growth of postal savings in tr--1 Famous Indian RemedyFOR

s A model town is being planned by bullets.! Tom Junior is the negro who a meeting having been held recently of the year rape is best sown United -Statcg' has been steady and INDIGESTION

o the Peace Valley Farms Company in was first suspected of committing the at which time it was decided to abandon broadcast at the rate of five pounds of healthy and the system )as filled an I s

Polk crime. the effort. The commission start- seed per acre on soil prepared as wellas important gap between the tin-can GUARANTEED TO CURE
county. As this is going .
to make the new town company headquarters I ed out with every prospect of success. or better than for turnips. Plantit depository and the factory paymas'ter. 75 CENTS, ; AND $1

for R. B. Ward dropped into the: Ga- First the general financial condition only upon the best ground, and even On July 1, when affairs were -
? operations in the i.
development of Manufactured by the T. A. Cassell's -
some 20,000 zette office a few days ago to showus of the country put a damper upon that will be very materially helped if running smoothly here and abroad
acres of farm land surrounding Medicine Co. Arcadia, Fla.
it a 34 pound watermelon just pulled the efforts of the commission. Then ;t has from there to five loads of stable and the transmission of money across .
is
to be
a model muni (
Y cipality. There from the vine and which he was came the outbreak of the great Euro- manure worked into it at the time the Atlantic was safe and expeditious CARTERSTARKR
will be
supply a plentiful 'sending to his little daughter, Eulee, 1 j pean war and finally the citrus canker of preparation. Sow and cover as there was approximately $13,000,000 J. C. : ..fji
pf pure water, and trees plant= I'
tog, building restrictions who is with ror grandmother in another j' was discovered in the state. All these you would turnips. If possible select of postal savings standing to the ;, }'lORIDA ;:
and other
p r part of the state. Mr. Ward .things taken together, decided the a field where it will be convenient credit of about 388,000 depositors. ---.. ,

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f inttrt THE JUDICIARY AMENDMENT _\ --- >-
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tauty TeIerapk ALL-NEED IT. ABOLISHING THE COUNTY ...................>..... ...........e... .........j.- .' --

TREASURER.


? Local and' Number Long Distance 40 Phone In last week's-issue of Dixie, Wil- be A a splendid class in thing physical for training the young.would people Another amendment- submitted by Progressive Business Firms lo l Starke .H

of this town who have left
liam H. Baker, of Jacksonville, writes school the last legislature for the adoptionby

as follows in favor of amending the j and are entering upon the important the people is one looking forwardto "

: Published weekly, aid entered as Judiciary Article of the Constitution: duties of life. the cutting down of expenses and Readers of the Telegraph will find 'if l to their ,

second class matter at the po U ffice "At the November election there I It would be of equal benefit to the lessening of the burdens of the advantage to trade with the firms

at Stub, Florida. I will be submitted for adoption a most many of us who are not so young. It tax payers. rep- .

I important amendment to the State might well be made a class for ev- The county treasurership has always resented in this directory.tttttttttttmttttttttttf .1

E.; S. Matthews Editor and Owner 1 Constitution. This amendment is officially erybody.. I been an anomaly. There was I. .

F. E. Bobbins,. __ Associate Editor,, known as .an amendment to Physical exercise does much to de- never any real reason why any per- .**tttttm-ttM, ....... .T
Section 1 Art:V of tb State Con- velop the physique and strengthen -
and Business Manager son should draw a very substantial ...........MMMMMMMSEAL tttttttltlMUMFURNT ......
.- stitution, and is intended to so modifythe the mind and broaden'the intellect. stipend for work that could as well be II. .*H

Friday, October 30th, 1914. constitution as to give the leg- It is conducive to health, and good done by some other county officer or ESTATE.MiMMMMMMMMMMM. : USE.FURNITURE. :

islature the power to establish new health brings peace of mind and an by some institution without cost. t.
.
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courts as.business conditions require, ambition to do things. I I The county treasurer receives mon- .........

r t. a The Belgians are a people without and to fix the salaries of the judgesof Many of the greatest and wisest ey from the collector and pays it out .......................... ..........'t .e........

a country. I the courts now or hereafter estab men of the nation are regular in their the orders of the commis f .
"
ton county .
lished. physical exercises. The strain COMER L PEES .
-' : Liquor is still going down'and grubis upon sioners. He is paid for the work by < .-
"In 1885 the constitution of I their mentality is so great that with- .
going up. present a-certain percentage on the amount Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything else '
I the state was adopted and became op- out some diversion they would soon handled. His duty consists in seeing might Want 7011 ...

The sixty-third congress is now a erative January 1, 1887. In 1887 the collapse. i that wararnts are properly drawn on Timber Expert. .. 3r

thing of the past. '(I population of Florida was approximately But exercise and strong physical de- tho proper fund and in issuing his *. 33 Experience at Starke. HULL'S DEI:'ARTMEr.'T .-,
this is is velopment serves to keep them in the yean ; STORE. .
350,000; year approximately checks for the amount. That is about ,

That war in Europe must have had 900000. At the time of best of condition and enables them all he is called upon to do. .......................... ........ .e8.........

a self-starter attachment. I the adoption of the constitution, the to continue unabated their strenuous ,
--.--- taxes collected for the general revenue pace until late in life. I Any bank in the community would .......................... .............. ........... e
Something new under the sun. John take upon itself the same labor, and .

Lind has broken his silence. I I fund of the state was $330,000; in A system of physical exercise instead of charging the county for DRY GOODS. DENTISTS ; 'r

1912 it was'over 1200000. Business would do much for the people of this the work performed would be .

The young folks live to love, and especially court business, has increased I town. Its beneficial results would be pay the county interest on the balance glad to .....MMMMf+........... ..MMMMMM ........

the older folks love to live. seen in increased ..... .. .
more rapidly even than cither the many ways-in ambition carried in the treasury. Thus there *t.

population or the amount of taxes. 1 in tangible results in youthful 6 I t
would be double the
When girls marry they often trade in old .I I a saving payment J. W. MORGAN DR. II. 0. TURNER .
The constitution of 1885 as written appearance age. i'
a good friend for a husband. to the treasurer and< poor .
.. provided for a Supreme Court and School children are not the only interest on deposits. .Headquarters for .

You can literally live under your seven Circuit Courts. The Supreme ones who need physical.exercise. We An amendment upon which the Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods Edward Building J .

own vine and fig tree here. Come to Court consisted of three judges. So ., alf need it, and should have it. I I' pie will vote at the election next peo- *. Dry Goods, Notions Etc .* .. Upstairs oter Post Office .

Florida. rigid and inelastic was the judiciary And what is easier of attainment? month proposes the abolishment of : i iEOOvzO

article written that no additional cir- s i I the office of county treasurer, with . . v .'
Most: schoolboys have an ambitionto cuit or other court to exercise the jurisdiction WHAT OFJHE SOUTH? | all the attendant cumbersomensss Gs OC 38 ivei0 0 23 ;
grow big enough to whip the <8> CHARLEY TOM 0
of the Circuit Court; except I I and cost to the tax payer. It is one DR. 0. L JJAYNES .

teacher. I only County Courts and Criminal While we are sending shiploads of amendment that every voter can conscientiously Chinese Hand Laundry Dentist. *

A "Marrytorium" will probably be Courts of Record, could be establish Christmas presents to the orphaned approve and for, whichhe <> 0Jefferson .

ed. County Courts and Criminal children of and (& and Thompson Sts, 4 Phone 80. hull Banding + _
proclaimed in 1916 as that will be a I!I Europe contributing ought to vote.-Miami Herald.' ,
leap Courts of Record could r.l'.eve Cir-: millions for the Christianizing of the :'II. <8> STARKE, FLORIDA. STARKE, FLORIDA. .
year. I.
I II I . .
cuit Courts'of only a part of their heathen lands let us consider matters A MISTAKE.Napoleon Or00 000r p00

A Every fool who has a fad or hobby I j I jurisdl ion. Even in a county hav- I I a little nearer home.A J...

thinks it ought to be taught in the ing both a County Court and a Crimi- I section of -
great our own country
Bonaparte said "A good OLD MAN ASSAULTED
: :
public schools. nal Court of Record chancery cases WALL-ARMSTRONG.
I i J I is face to face with the possibility of t I
man never makes a good soldisr. The
and law suits where the ;
common
financial ruin. A making
Will Woodrow Wilson to strad- I, gallant people worst man always makes the best soiI :
try amount involved exceeds $500 and aI a heroic stand in the face of overwhelming I t' Deputy Sheriff Canova Injures We clip from the !Madison Enter- t
dle the one-term plank of the Balti dier. The soldier is but
I nothing a prise-Recorder the
partial criminal jurisdiction are retained ) odds. i j J. H. Sedwick. following account <1
more platform? I hired, legalized murderer." And if I of the marriage of Mr. Alt
by the Circuit Court. ]I The South is not able to market its : rtus Eugene

' s Cotton is not considered conditional "The rigidity of the judiciary clause cotton crop because of the war. And anyone knew what he was talking Deputy Sheriff T. R. Canova was Wall, of this citr-, and Miss Lille 1;
+ about the theme of
along and
or absolute contraband of war. We produced intolerable conditions that for its ready cash it depends largely war arraigned before Judge Geo. A. Gar- Fair Armstrong of Pladison, which

can now ship our cotton to Europe. I I made necessary amendment. By an upon that crop. And without cash, I I'Miami"heroes the little. corporal did.- diner Monday upon a charge of ag-I occurred Wednesday ;;October 21: '
Metropolis.
amendment the number of judgos of .it will! be rained. gravated assault upon the person of Beautiful among-the October weddings -
The failure to convict Mrs. Carman I I I We don't believe that Napoleon was that of :Miss Lille
the Supreme Court has been increased 'I i I There are millions of dollars Mr. J. H. Sedwick and was held to Fair -
was not unexpected. The unwritten I I I from throe to five. By amendment. in the North many waiting for profitable I I laid anything of the kind and if he the circuit court under a bond of$300.' Armstrong to Mr. Ajbertos, Eugene I
law applies to women as well as to I I did he said something that wag absurdly Wall which occurred Wednesday
one extra circuit was created, and by investment. I Canova became a tenant on Mr.' af- 1

men. a later amendment the limit on the';: What better could the North do I I and slanderously false. Precisely Sedwick's"farm a few weeks ago. On ternoon at 3 o'clock, it the home of .
the of his dictum is -
number of circuits removed. A I I reverse the bride's parents; 1;|r. and Mrs. E.
was its' Monday Canova disputed Sedwick's (
Russia with war and without vodka than to aid the South by buying
a the truth, as old soldier of our S.
I('special amendment for the relief of every right to transfer some furniture from Armstrong. Dr. E. P. MIckel, of
is it until the '
Y as well off as she would be withvodka cotton and holding mar. I I civil war can testify and what was i Union Point
and without war. War is hell I I I Escamb'.a county, and another special kets of the world are again opened? one of the houses on the place to any Gat, former pastor of i
the of in that fx
amendment for the relief of Du- I'! our war respect other. Sedwick insisted his*,th-3 Presbyterian church her,. officiated.
!I' '
and is vodka. It would be legitimate investment upon
M so I a 'doubtless true of all other wars between .
e I val county have been adopted. It is1 I I doubtless a profitable one-and a rights and Canova struck him with )I ,

A man needs more or less mothering I thus seen that the original article has action civilized peoples. his fist. Sedwick staggered off the The wedding being a quiet affair,
'' brotherly by a prosperous sec-j I The "bad men" in
all his life, and occasional old- suffered and is peace .rarely and then the bz de's only attendants were her
an many changes a constant tion of the in aid of another steps, Canova seized a piece' 1
fashioned slippering would also be I*I subject of discussion in the leg- i j I section in distress.country I j I make good soldiers in war, and the of board and struck Sedwick repeat ester, Mrs. J. T. Cart and Jlrs. E. it

beneficial at times. |'I bumptious bullies swaggering on the 0. Stanford, of Vald-staat, whosemarriage ,
j I islature and before the people. With' It is not charity. The South does edly over the head and shoulders the .,.
I streets with mouths full of big oaths,
J a few the bride
all these amendments hasi blows his years*ago
change breaking nose, injuring one :
I ;
that It's would not
not want pride
The only in which the local ready to bulldoze smaller and weaker t
way was maid of honor. I
been in the salar-
I made the amount of eye and bruising his-bead. Then Sed 1
merchants can successfully fight the ', erne'nt. 1 I I men are the very chaps who sing The bride and groan entered the
ues paid tb> judges of the Supreme wick is alleged to have told Canova
mail order houses is' with prices, values -t I j I But it would be good business sense. low when the battle is on, for on the parlor together, where the beautiful
Ccurt and of the Circuit Courts. Since that he believed he would shoot him i
would welcome that.
ar.d advertising. I And the South I II I I firing line their methods worth- I i
I are ceremony was held: The bride
-SIt I.(: the adoption of the constitution of i j jj j I We ,of America should think first: less and there is a dreadful naked- if he had a gun. Canova had held a' in : was
; lovely a tailored suit
of labrador
is a good time now to declare j: 1885 the salary of the Governor has I of Americans. I II commission as a deputy sheriff for
.. I been increased from $3,500 to $6,000 1 I(I ness about the danger and equality of time and believed in the divine blue with black velvet ,iat The brid
independence ;; some
11 our of Europe as far as 1 I I If possible, buy a bale of cotton. 'opportunity which doesn't suit their al
everything we can produce in the 1 I and the salaries of all cabinet officers In the South rollievejAmerica 1 1,I right of deputies so he arrested Sed-> partystood before- 'luxuriant massing i
relieving you style of warfare at all. 1
(I of
I
golden rod and tpeAow'daisies.The .
United States is concerned. I I have been substantially increased. wick for threatening' an officer and ;
I I "The purpose of and the object to -your country. The quiet, unassuming men without deputized a neighbor to help bring walls were hung with graceful ':
Kink Alfonso it is glorious to o. ----- t'- boast or bluster, and with most moral sprays of southern srnilar and the -'
says ', be attained by the proposed amend- hinr to town and swear out a warrant I
die on the field of battle. How does I merit I is to place in tho hands of the ON THE REBOUND. reserves, are almost invariably the against him. Judge Gardiner refus- house was artistically decorated with .

he kruw He never died the field better soldiers. It is as true in war foliage plants, smilax fa golden rod. i
on legislature the right to establish new I I ed ta issue a warrant Canova himself -
of battle or anywhere else. I The slump in business resulting as it is in poetry that "the bravest The bride of a 'linent family,
I[ courts as these new courts are required was arrested on Tuesday by Deputy pro
from the war has been felt keenly are the tenderest; the loving are the is one of the most popular '
I and to raise or lower the sal- Sheriff Dyal and put under bond young ;
.r Many people become members of throughout the in all lines daring.-Lakeland Telegram.
1 I country women of this county, where she was
' ii caries of the judges as the conditions for his appearance before the circuit
lodges and churches, not for the good of : T reared
|I of business and of living require. If commerce court. Canova's commission as a and has manfriends who
of the BRAINS AND HEELS.
organizations, but for busi- But it is on the rebound, and unless wish them
; a long- filled with
E the amendment be adopted, it,will no deputy sheriff has been' revoked. lit
ness purposes, for revenue only. all signs' fail it will soon be hitting Your brains and your heels will much haPpiness.The gnfJm is a !
I I longer be to call the prominent
necessary upon
.-- have to be well oiled and in prime
the pike the home stretch.
on A TRAGIC DEATK.HuLSiburg young business ivan of Starkeand' ,
'ThoSe European diggers voters constantly to amend the judi i
grave arenot
condition if with
working you'leep
We of this community do much up
organized. At least they are not ciary article of the constitution. The may the fashionable dance fads this win Oct 27.A most de- alsa owns a Iargejorange, grove -
to strengthen' the feeling optimismeven I
working union hours. They are work legislature can be depended upon to I ter. They are many and varied and plorahre accident happened at or near at Fort Myers, dfvidinV his- time be- 11
before the general relief is felt tween
ing all the time, day and night regulate the number and characterof and the who Belmare Saturday afternoon in which tfie two places. I
S the courts as other matters'are We can keep what money we havein crazy person qualifies the: RewM.. Marshall Strickland, of Mr. and Mrs. Wall lift on the af j jl
win be the craziest of
When circulation at home by doing as an expert '
people want to make theirfoolbh our ternooneastbound traiT for short
regulated by the legislature."The an. Florahome lost his life. From the a ;I

4, >y. utterances impressive they attribute judiciary article was a mistake buying from our home merchants.We There is the- Standardized hesita- est information obtainable it ap- bridal tour, after which they win bet 11
,.. them to some eminent man can add. to' oar financial store I home at Starfcev j
that Rev.
the
; .no provision was made for fears Strickland was on I
tion waltz and Brat
gavotte Doryea
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who is by shipping surplus products
dead our
and
can't deny them. growth and prosperity. Conditions i his.way: to Middleburg;to fill his
appointment -
zilian The Castle
a' r demand changes growth demands en- abroad and keepingthat money a i polka-quite crazy at the Baptist church on **+*++H 11111 II J;;;tt 4't+ ;
One of the most pleasant phases of home. fox trot and the trouville trot are I
1 'rgen:' nt. By the adoption of the I. Saturday night and Sbnday noon and e
the newspaper business is that when That is common sense. Let's aR "some trots, while the ta-tao lulu ;
proposed amendment, the business of night. At or near Belmore Mr. Con- + PERTINENT QU&TIONS. +
fado. canter canter waltz
in doubt one-step
you are you can get advice take a dose. 1
the be to meet nelly asked him to stop f dinner oil
from any street corner loafer in town. courts can regulated and half and half are d-jRciously asi I !
ro Ss demands as they occur. The constant ONLY A. LEAF. nine. The one-step has a car load of and! after dinner he. started! on to + The crying need cf"the nation + I

The vagrants who come to Floridaevery changes and expense of changes will variations and more to follow andthe MiddJeburg. It seems,that some people + today is the continue presence +

:; winter professing to be in be avoided. The cry of the day is When we see a leaf fall from a trae I season just: beginning! were clearing.up: land alOng the + cf" young men on t'e farms +

r;, search of work must be near-sighted against the "law's delay." If the do we wonder how that leaf can be Truly you will have to be an ex road, digging stumps' and: burning <' where they can be |f greater +

r, or blind for they stumble over workand number of courts is inadequate the converted into money? 'pert wiggler it you go "on with the trees etc. As Rev; Strickland wasdri'ri.ng value to the country tPan in any +

never see it. character of the courts to meet the Hardly 'Tis only a leaf dance"this winter. along the- road: one of the other walk of life. +

peculiar demands of each locality are Yet at this season at the there trees: was seen to fall and Rev. Strick % How are we to p:*vent our +

t An appeal to the patriotism and circumscribed, and the compensation are countless billions of leaves year falling- There are two sides: to the mail order land was directly in line with the young men from rashyig to the 4f

public: spiritedness of people will not of judges is so inadequate that judicial I question. The merchant thinksmoney tree. As soon as possible someone large over-crowded er ies? +
from trees and single leaf is !
# solve the mail order problem for the honors cannot be accepted, can of value if the human every brain cares to( ought to bespent at home. ran to the horse which had become I* How are we to keep them on +
local but andprinter's
s merchants prices other than The consumer thinks is to frightened and '+
we expect delay in the utilize it. proper was running away. the farms? +

-ink will do$ the work. law? Florida has been peculiarlyfortunate I These leaves can be swept into the I spend his money where he gets the Rev Strickland" was not in the bug- I"* The man who can successfully + :
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in the character and ability most for it, which is human nature. nor was the horse injured +
! F Hank Gowdy has been offered five backyard: or elsewhere and convertedinto py or buggy answer this question will; be a *
of her judges but will she continue tobe 1.; The consumer thinks it is to> in The +
acres of land if he will live at Pen- ; a compost heap for use: on the proper any way. suppositionis public benefactor. | +
sacola. Nothing doing. You can't unless her laws are made to correspond earden next summer. There is no ever he gets the same values for the that he saw the tree coming downon + *

even hire people to live at Pen'sacola 1 with the conditions of the letter fertilizer. same price the mail order house a f- him and jumped out of the buggyto ; ++++++++44++4++i +11, +..41..

who have ever been anywhere else. times?" They will make the radishes, the vertises'Several try to get away' from the danger

string beans, tomatoes and other gar- business m firms have written and miscalculated the direction: it was German agents have seen assiduously -
r We not prepared to who Dr. Frank Crane is falling because when
are say says youth nota den truck spring into life as if touched the Telegraph that they have bought the parties went spreading a propaganda thru
is the greatest man in the United time cf life but a state of mind. back to the tree he was found dead. the newspapers of this for
by a magic wand. They will be a 'a bale cotton and enclosed big country
announcements -
States, but probably the best known That sounds like the talk of A limb the
had
a man on tree evidently years to create the belief that Germany -
1 constant reminder that even the drop }j of the fact for free pub
and most popular individuals are who is growing old and is to struck him the base
{ trying on of the skull is God's
ping leaf is not without its significance lication. There is nothing stirring.Our country, t1ft: Germany
Mutt and Jeff. convince himself that he is and crushed it like
as youngas its commercial value. advertising rates are the same an eggshell. He is the most learned the most scientific -
he used to be. was picked up and carried about one- the most efficient pat\on on earth
a t. State of Ohio, city of Tcleda. J_ D Convert your leaves into wealth. i for outsiders as they are for our local
quarter of a mile to Evergreen church and that her is to
Lucu County. I The Bradentown 'Tis an easy thing to do.Shakespeare's business men. "system" superior
Daily Evening
senior partner of lheeGrm oath that no U I house and was laid out there. A cas'ket all others. We are fr0mtMissourL
of K J. Cheney; i Journal made its initial bow to the
A Co. doing business la the City of To- idea of monotony: was If Congress grants federal 'aid to was obtained from Green Cove .

ledo.that i'd County firm and will pay btate the aforesaid fun of ONC and reading public teat Monday. It is typographically I I"a twice told tale vexing the dull ear the cotton growers it will establish. Springs and the body was sent to his The potato bug was crucially discovered

HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev- editorially excellentand a drowsy man." Our idea of tedium a dangerous and costly precedent. home Sunday afternoon and buriedthere. in the United Rtal's 91 years
, } of Catarrh that crnnot bs cured
pry cisj : has a news service to be proudof.
, br1hoOe Cf IXAU.'S (w:. rmI CUR=. is the sameness of the war news Every business interest in the UnitedStates ago and called "Leptinotarsa decem-
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3 t-> before FRAN'IC in? cal J.subscribed CIIEXET.Sworn .in I that has been doped out to us for sev- could then demand direct help The Rev. Strickland was much loved lineata." We can't blamJ;him much

r ry v:-c-".ce. tea C:ii diy cf December Dun's Review says this meek that eral weeks. from the government in times of for his sterling worth and integrity for the depredations he has committed -

eb A.D.i _"-. W. c,::.\!!!:>N. basic business conditions are steadily Nearly all the merchants. have mail stress. and his simple Christian spirit exhibited :- since: being called such': a name as
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Dry Publis.Flairs under all circumstances and that. That name would ,cause any-
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ritarrh Cnro i. t'."-"-\ fr'r ..1'y improving and that gratifying pro- order catalogues on their desks and I The poultry business is profitablefor
;; ar.d :,,:n .". ,' :" rLhTt1. e1) "')OJ rr t raur gress is being made week week in will be greatly missed by his congregation thing to run amuck.
p# C.., --.I- e I t.n tys'.e: ;:j. Scat Pot by 1 frequently order goods from them to the feed dealers.: It costs $2.50to well .
as the whole
as by
C testimonial: fte.r. the financial rehabilitation which pre- sell to their customers. How com Plies Cored
can: they feed hen in 6 to ,
for Days
a a and if
during
.' r'lirrr f. ci. Tie *- -cdes full restoration of normal activity !. blame their Yojr dmfjirt win refund if PAlO
F-M Vr'l J --'-* -. -oniistently customers that time she will probably lay 50 none/
sister
: -T L ; I' s fer s".a lpocar in all lines. I one to mourn his death OINTMENT fail to cure scar case of Itching
t s : ( for doing their own ordering? (cents worth of eggs. Gainesville Sun *";rd RIce4ngnrProt.adingpilesinatoUdai.a
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4 THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. \ -

1914. PAGE U FIVE .. t ,
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Percales and ginghams,at Levi n'.. ... .'. -' <.;..

1iltt
Florida syrup 35 cents gallon. Hull's


Bits of LocalInformation Department United States Store.Marshal J. C. Brown man who tbinl Iw l has no chance '; .

and Deputy P. M. Hagan; of Jackson- ,

,1 II JLV ville arrested, were Seamore here last Stoten Thursday and Mack and.. is atways the 1tU1n w11hout.t .. in ffie ..

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IdIl II CJm&'I s......... ... Mahone for illicit distilling and took .H .-.-.,A.7UJ.J.R.", 'h, ...-:.-_,... ._... ,. ..._.....

PNlMU M th lC....., T ieray4 7ijj ''' 1 _
them to Jacksonville for trial. 9( has wrwdbh tu knocker (rmn his A a Or ahZfftd Ids J with
A. Z. Adkins in Mac- tton-uwl
Senator was audcalntnt.llear
fiat '
opportunity .ihc b u
4Umm at.
business before -, ...
last week
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clenny on -,II Jt.J: i :
The W. C. T. U. will meet next the circuit court, and this week he as- ICYarrt"1II1. i
Leviton.
with
oOds 111411 to the bunk .
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the sisted the state attorney in the prose- eta money always has the latch- !

{ j, worth living in Florida.4pjaatat Methodist -- cution of criminal cases before the 'n9 out for Opportimifc. Com to cmb talk it ot' r.

circuit court' at Green Cove Springs.Mr. fi
.
+wa..w. I
week. Hazen and E. N. Ha- Start t.
this
i weather Messrs. G. W. L. U. Morgan represented J. J. a -"
o Stan '
Brooker in Starke on aritt 4 .
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zen: of were
Dickison Camp, U. C. V., at the state '
fltyjt.and mats. Sternberg's.jJpCANS business Monday. encampment held in Lakeland this ccoltnt Gantts lccotlnt ,'", '

Jones, Hardware. week. From Lakeland Mr. Morgan ,
: See our coat suits before went to Arcadia and other South j_ -. ': I

non In Florida is a happy sea- buying and be convinced, at Florida towns for a visit of a weekor I,

s., ::. 1- ,
.t SF Sternbem's. two. j,

,"jI erie: Wire at HuU'8 Depart.J'L&DisWIzard KAUSTJNE CLOSET SYSTEMFor This is the best section in Florida : i
the W. A. BESSENT Jr. I
Mr. A. E. Wall has purchased F. S. PEDRICK :
and has
Md Store. home, stores and all public build- greater agricultural possibilities .
Eugene Gnann property on Cherry :
I
Jones ings. Requires no running water, cess- than any part of the great Landof .
mops. treet for a residence. :
Flowers.
pool or sewer connection. Approvedby There are opportunities FIREPROOFGARAGE

'Ji- w t. Mrs. A. H. Freeman attended the Boards of Health. Costs less than here in the way of farming that are : 1.

ies" skirts $1.50 to $6.Sternberg's. Sewannee-Florida football, game at cess pool or sewerage systems. For not dreamed of by our citizens gener- ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLiNE .'? '; ;

Jacksonville Saturday.Dr. sale by the Quigley Lumber & Sup- ally. Land is cheap now and any far- I <

ply Co. sighted man can get in on the ground ENGINE WORK. ,', ; { ,
c..bfor ladies misses and chil- W. H. Clemons, who is practic- floor of the greatest agricultural development : r

ing dentistry at Alachua, was_ in If you intend to hunt this winter
of all time.
Leviton's. Some of these WORK
i'l at I GUARANTEED 1
Starke on business Friday. it is time to think about getting a li days outsiders are going to discover ;: J

,. JIri. E. T. Campbell visited friends' I cense. Remember than an affidavit Bradford county and its limitless ," : :;:', i
in opportunities -
Pear and trees '
trees peach
are
PHONE 103
Wednesday. must be filed with your application STARKE FLA ,5-' )
LaW1 and elbow
ia 4 bloom again and the rocond crop of you out of the .
at Leviton's. for a license, according to the ruling way. Get some land and "git plen- CORNER, WALNUT AND MADISON STREETS :
suits a
is trees.
blue maturing
'M.'i serge figs on many .., f fi
( of the state game warden, E. Z. ty while a-gittin.*" I i
yer '
Sdaool hoes at Leviton's.jr. a ,
f County Superintendent F. G. Schell, Jones. ,

C.-S. Durling was in Jackson-' of Lake Butler, was in Starke on offi- 3 pound can tomatoes, 10 ." ;,
Mr. R. S. Johns has rented the i- "
| jjile, on'business Monday. cial business several days this week. pounds can tomatoes, 8 cents; 1 pound'\ :
Bradford House on South Thompson can tomatoes, 5 cents. De- Our Watch and Clock Repairing! ,

Mr. perry Dover, of Hampton, was American fence. If quality and not -trcet to Mr. I. Moody, of Brooker, partment Store. Wlll more than please ; r

s victor to SUrke Thursday. quantity counts, you will buy American ho will engage in the hotel busI- I 49L you Estimates given + ., "'
cheerfully. Prompt ser
fence. Low DeWitt C. ness. Mr. Johns and family will remain -
prices. Starke is vice.We.
L\ growing steadily and sure.
f all kinds at the right
Shoo .
Jones. as guests.Hon. ly, even if slowly. Progress is no- Pay Pareel Port V,' r
Ckarce One Way.
Sternberg's.Ir. .
m. I James T. Wills went to Palat- ticeable on every hand. Our growthis JEWELRY DIAMONDS ,
We can save you'money onladies' i '
visitor to ka and convenedthe not of the mushroom or boom variety NOVELTIESR.
L C. Powell was a Sunday on Monday ;

florid Metropolis Monday. coats at Sternberg's.Mr. regular fall term of circuit court but is healthy and permanent. We ,il; J. RILES ; ; f'

#i Markley Johns, who is pursu- for Putnam county. Judge Wills was are on a solid foundation. Real estate Jacksonville, Fbu
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j coffee per one pound can, 30gully ing the study of -law at the University at Madison last week, having been requested values arc not inflated and specula-' ,- K I Ivi
Store.
Department of Florida, spent Saturday and to exchange circuits with tion is not rife. Our banks are finan-

||{Eev t. W. F. Malphurs made a busi- Sunday in Starke.A Judge M. F. Home.Gainesville Sun. cial strongholds and our businessmen ,
are wideawake and .
Wednesday. prosperous.
Highland
... trip to number of the members of J. J. New Florida syrup is now on our Improvements have been ,especially

Xr a Prescott left Tuesday oni .1 Dickison Camp, U. C. V., are attending bills of fare. The idea of fresh syrup noticeable during the past year. New Wars Conflagrations Panics : .t

i trip to Charleston, S. C. the state encampment at Lakeland is always associated with, hot buildings have been erected and hold =

---- j this week. biscuits or pancakes, and the very buildings have been modernized and :,

; Laics'. and children's line thought of these things makes the enlarged, new sidewalks have been Do not affect the ,

; "' 'sweaters.. Sternberg's. J1 I We have a new shipment of ladies, salivary glands of the normal Indi- laid, new streets have been openedand companies. we represent. i '

misses, men and boys Selz shoes, an vidual work overtime.
" a new sub-division added to the They are solid all the time. That's the kind !
f Mr. F,,A.Scott made a business kinds, they are guaranteed. Hull'sDepartment -- -
. I I city. The hope of future is
Jacksonville Monday. Store. The cool autumn nights Induce -progress- of .
to I the
i sweet, restful, dreamless sleep, sleep bright, because Starke is located in a :'r protection property owners want :

[Ito most complete line of wood Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and Mrs.B. that knits up the raveled sleeve of territory that has the most ,varied WE HAVE IT '

-I oil heaters.. Jones, Hardware. C. Willis spent several days in care, and a stack of buckwheat cakes agricultural possibilities of any section -'I { I

" '. Jacksonville this week on account oftho and of for breakfast in the United States, and the development J R. DAVIS I & COMPANY. ,-, \ "
Bev.W. preached at a yard sausage FLORIDA ,
; F. Malphurs meeting of the Shriners there. vicissitude that is inevitable here will I .t '
the
for
a man L !-
prepares .
Putnam county, Sunday. I I make Starke one of the richest and ,- '.,.. II
State Attorney A. V. Long attended of the day. '
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\\f Mr.L.,A. Brown, of Brooker, transbusiness the fall term of the Putnam proudest inland cities in Florida.Dr. I "- ,
county ,
in Starke Monday. The attempt to put on a lecture i,
acted, I I circuit court at Palatka this weekin course in Starke this winter for the J. 0. Haynes is visiting relatives ', '

IR or'A doses 666 will break any his capacity as public prosecutor. benefit 'of the public school failed be- at St. Augustine this week. I I .

Me of Fever. or Chills. Price 25c. !I cause there were not 70 people willing :
We have the swellest line of neckwear -
Florida 35 cents gallon. Hull's
;t> I Ii I syrup
to buy season tickets. In fact, there ASK 01 NElfiHBOR
in Starke the latestin
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seen ,
i M Fresh fish and oysters. Handy ever Department Store.fEEfff4ff. I
: :}(Phone 109. Prompt delivery. flowing end bows, come in and see were only 15 persons who were that p :
much interested.
I them. Hull's Department Store.
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lot will break
fi doses 666 any

| ,.i...of' Fever_. or Chills. Pries 25c. I Some bargains-Square edge sid- Messrs. I. R. Rhoden, II. D. Rhoden Milton, +* CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING *i I What He Knows About The JAY S. 1 "
_: ing $12 per M, ceiling at $8. A few Jr., Daniel Groene and Arthur + 4

F |0v trade is growing; must window screens at 10 cents each. of Macclenny, were the guests of Mr. tftffttf.fff...+.. BROWN'S One Price Cash

[a reason.. Sternberg's. i Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. and Mrs. Frank Rhoden Sunday. They Store'I
I I came over in I. R. Rhoden's automo- : FOUND-Stray Berkshire sow, un

i :')L J. Sapp, of New River, was Roman stripe messalines at bile. They like Starke and make fre- I marked. Ira W. Andreu. No mail order house on earth does or can give you the V ; '

1.i. *county seat on business Friday.: Sternberg's.Mr. quent visits here.
'f.I I( --- FOR RENT-Two store .rooms in same values and quality as can this store, plus the 9

;' 'es at Leviton's. I and Mrs. J. E. Robinson at- Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, of the Wa- central location on Call street. J.

1 .n's' I{tended the funeral of the latter's sis- teroak neighborhood, was in Starke W. Morgan. freight or express, in I i iI

pants, $1. to $5. terMrs.- F., H. Bell, at Williston, Monday. He says the people out
's.weather.'- I I Sunday. there are glad to have telephone con- FOR SALE-600 bushels of first-class Dry Goods Notions Novelties ;
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\ I nections with Starke. Fifteen phones peanuts. Henry Summers, Lulu, I ,
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|\Wi is coming. We have It was cool enough Tuesday Fla. 10-16-4t.
night installed
have already been and several -
,- _i:item'. and oil stoves at Groceries
< very ofthis week to make a fire or
have
for
j necessary applications phones III
I FOR SALE-Cabbage I
lakes. Hull's Department Store. plants, $1.50
for the first time this
The
: season. been made. He Wateroak now
says I :
1:
I I per 1,000. C. S. Durling, Starke,
.Ii-Frank Burnsed temperature fell a little below 50 de- considers herself a suburb of Starke. I ;
came over from I I Fla. 10-23-tf. wont take
std Sunday to visit his wife and grees. I I I. THEY your WHO helped you I "
I The Philathea class of the Baptist FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry butter, corn or ; them, Chi.I i.! '
Mr. R. A. Gray, of Tallahassee _
____ I as- Sunday school will hold a meeting at
second WE
,
plants DO.
fctt oijust what you have been s'otant state auditor, is in Starke this the "Park," Saturday, October 31, at 1000. A. H. Green runners, Starke., $1.50 10-23-tf per potatoes. cago or Starke? 1 '. !

Quigley Lumber & Supply week concluding his investigation of 3 p. m. All members are urged to be They won't give a dime If all would spend their '! .'

may. the accounts of the late treasurer, F. present, as all committees will be ap- FOR SALE-One thousand pound to your church or your ; I
where make
N. Andrews. pointed then. Also bring a light lunch horse, work anywhere. Tyson and money they '
J. F. town either WE DO.
rote visitors Colley and Miss Hattie Messrs. Henry and Edwin Freeman with you and we will have a nice af- Jones top buggy. Two gallon milch : it a barrel wouldn't hold J
to Jacksonville
on who are attending the univer- ternoon out in the open as well a bus- I cow, full blood Jersey, at a bargain. Neither will they put a I :' ;

I sity at Gainesville, spent Sunday here iness meeting. LEETHA SASSER, Apply at this office. 2t. dollar in your pocket to it Send it away and you"M

J S. Griner, of Brooklyn, was with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. President.The cripple your own pocketbook .. 1
NEW PIANO FOR SCHOOL. help support WE
1 e county seat on business Wed- H. Freeman. you.
athletic youngsters of the DO. and lose more r

I Mr. A. 0. Strickland brought to Starke High School defeated the reg- A new Chickening grand piano, I f I

T. G. Futch, of Lake But- town Saturday a load of cukes, string ular Starke team in a game of base- costing' $700.00, has been bought for I Suppose you can save than you save. ;

in starke on business Wed- beans, squashes, peas and greens, ball Friday afternoon by a score of 8 the school by the Ladies Musicale and a few cents or even dollars .

I which found a ready sale on the local to 5. Only five innings were played. Civic League and by private subscrip '

iwl! < market.I Walter Graham was the slab artist tions. THINK THAT OVER. ,, i'i'If +
I
r sale on ginghams atM for the school boys and Gus Beasleythe Shipment has been made and the

S, I' Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Sweat, of Jack- backstop. Big" Powell was the piano will be installed in the audi- you eat use Dry Goods, Notions, Blankets, House : .

O'F E.' Knight has purchased Sweat sonville, ,and visited family his father, Mr. T. W. first pitcher for the regulars, but he torium at once. It is a beauty, and a I I Furnishings, Crockery or fancy goods, we can save :. .
The
.' Sunday. lat- was slaughtered from start to finish marvel in tone quality, and has been ,
Hodges store ter is confined you money and help make it too. Try and
building ont to his bed with an attack and was relieved by Will Moitt, who known for a half century as one of I you us see. ': i. ;
of asthma.
I finished the game. Cliff Chancey was the best instruments made. The many

g $ T. Rape is in Melrose this Messrs. C. L. Peek, W. T. Weeks, the regular catcher. music lovers: of Starke will be furnished i BROWN'S \ ; 1 1 1I

r ,ceting a series of revival R. A. Weeks, W. W. Baisden, G. L. Rev. F. B. Ticknor has succumbed inspiration by the enchanting har- .

Massey, J. C. Poppell and John Capo monies of this superb instrument.The I .
I to the smell of and ink that
attended the Lake Butler fair Fri- paper public will be given oppor- Next Door to Starke House
of wire field fencing at gets into the system of an editor and
day. tunity to see and hear it on Novem- .
,x Prices. never leaves, and has decided to : V
Quigley Lumber & re- / i
ber 2nd at 3:30 o'clock in the school
P ti- I Yellow yams are plentiful and turn to the profession again. He has aud'.torium. ,I :i '.
been assisting the editor of the Sun !
Davis, of cheap hew now. As'a food the yam The following program will bo ren- DEATH OF B. M. McRAE.B.
Imp, spent is appetizing and nutritious. A baked for some time, and the fatal influence REMOVAL NOTICE. ; '
t his dered under the auspices of the la- I ,
parents, Mr.
b and and got him in this environment. He will ..
yam fresh butter are good enough dies' Musicale for the benefit of the M. McRae, a former resident of I have removed :
fcr anybody. !leave with Mrs. Ticknor on Wednesday my office from the it
piano fund. Admission ten cents. Everybody 4. I
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terkvisited, the home of Mr.I evening to take charge of the invited. Bradford county, died suddenly at the Francis building on Thompson street ; V

*;Walter Undcrhill While they last we will sell our Raiford Tribune, a village in the eas- homo of Mrs. Neal, near Gainesville, to the second floor of the Ritch block : ;
Tuesday Paper, "The Value of Music, Mrs.
.|:baby boy sumer line of neckwear at cost. 25 tern part of the state. The Sun wishes E. T. at the age of 73 years. The remains and my office now adjoins the office '
I cent tics at 19 cents; 35 cent ties at him every success.-sarasota Sun. Campbell. cf J. E. Futch. :
were brought to Starke Tuesday for
Piano, Miss Cassie White.
Sate on dress 22 cents; 50 cent ties at 38 cents. E. T. CAMPBELL, M. D.
goods Trio Mesdames Turner Adkins and burial. Mr. McRae is survived 4 V
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{ at Hull's Department Store. Express Agent A. P. Hoffman was by a 10-16-4t .
Sternberg's.Woe Futch. number of relatives in this section. ,
I suddenly called to Tampa Wednesday
AU grades of lumber, sash, doors, Piano, Mrs. D. C. Jones' 1.
serge suits are on account of a serious accident befalling The Ladies' Aid Society of the Mr. F. L. .
,
go- paints, and in fact, everything for Voice, Miss Emma Darby. Drawdy a prominent I
oetter
: l I get one before they building and improving his son, George Hoffman. Chorus. Presbyterian church will meet at the farmer of the Lake Butler section, :

Lam. Hull's Department be had at the Quigley your Lumber home, to Young Mr. Hoffman fell from a mov- home of Mrs. J. M. Truby Tuesday was in Starke on business, Thursday. :,
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I Supply. Co. ing train and is reported to be dan- Florida syrup 35 cents gallon. Hull's afternoon, November 3, at 2:30 .

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STRAWBERRY DISEASES.tt'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' A BIG INDUSTRY.'I'


;T. :> EOJi4cANE(, + + *111'11111111111111111111111I I + they morning The sometimes boats between usually run 6 and go close out 8 to o'clock in the the, A GENERAL TONIC TAKEGHOVf';


.-, ;'There.are very few'diseases which unusual thing, but beach and other times go very far

", There is hardly a county in Florida attack this plant, but, as the number actually so. An industry that short- out. Making a "haul" takes' from fifteen The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless chill Tonic is Equally!

r< that trill not ,raise a high grade of I the culture'-of will be the of bringing mil- minutes to one hour, and the
of acres' devoted to this ly means Valuable as a General Tonic because it Acts on the Liver
amount of taken in
,1 sugar cane, yet commercially does not shrimp usually ,
increased it is advisable to lions of dollars to Fernandina has
is
, rank among our highest revenue pro crop one haul may run from three to fifteen Drives Out Malaia. En.richsthe Blood and Builds up ,

':' ducers, simply because. is not raised know .how to, distinguish ,the! three been at her door all the time, but'was or eighteen bushels of shrimp. the Whole System. ... t1I Grown People and Children, ,

.* on an extensive scale. There is probably most important diseases' and' the,best practically unknown until a little over When this industry was first start- ---- :

,_ ; however, no other crop that will method of controL a'year ago. While not at all new ed the shrimp were shipped direct to Von know what you are taking w&ea you take Grove' Tasteless chill Tonic '

: produce much with as little Leaf Blight. in other ports on the coast north of New York, bringing from 20 to 26 u the formula is printed t>a vet> *abel showing that it contains the well known

-t', ; as will revenue This disease is variously designatedas Fernandina, it has proven one of the cents per pound, or about twenty to tonic properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as?the strongest bitter

.: expense as sugar cane. rust, leaf spotfi sun burn, and leaf biggest things that ever happened to twenty-fivo dollars per barrel The tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malarig, Chills and Fever

;' In speajdng of:the possibilities .of blight, is widely distributed and attacks Fernandina. This industry is that of market became overstocked by the Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Gives life uid vigor to Nursing

Florida farm crops, an authority on more or less destructively all catching and shipping bluefish to the large catches of shrimp made at first Mothers and Pale, Sickly Children. Removes: Biliousne without purging!

> ;, sugar cane says: varieties of strawberries, both wild northern markets. Previously it was and the price went down to six cents Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses the: Jiver to action as& '

t: -, "The growing of sugar cane with and cultivated. thought that these fish could only be per pound in Fulton market. purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A Complete Strengthen'>
'-, the and sugar making that follow and then No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your Druggist We mean it. SOc
. syrup Appearance of the disease: Blight caught off the Jersey coast, When the canning factories in Mississippi -

. } it, can be made one of the may begin to appear upon the leaves only in the 'summer. time, but fisher- and Louisiana heard of the ::-=---_ ,- .--. .

\ :, greatest sources of wealth over the just before the fruit sets, and if it men discovered them off Fernandina large shrimp catches they sent men

t: entire peninsular. More than four centuries goes on unchecked and conditions are during the winter of 1912, and a host over to investigate it, with the result THE GREAT BLOOD URIFIERI

b. have passed since sugar cane favorable 'it will prove very destruc- of northern fishing smacks with small that at present a canning factoryis EhcuiatLsm -
.
:'. was first introduced into Florida, but The at first usually dories South to fish out A successful remedy for :mood Fcison
ve. spots are power came very near completion here, and one and all Blood Diseases. A voadcrial tonic fcr both
. for some reason or other the industry small and red or red-purple, and off Fernandina.The in Brunswick has beenin operation P P P men and women. lisa been ir.irufcctured for the

J..' has been allowed to decline. There is ;ometimes brownish. They continueto fact that these fish are not for some time. post 35 yorrs. At all DruggistJ, $Jl CO. -

no agricultural'crop more staple than increase in size, being nearly circular caught in a net very often, but must The only shrimp found around F V. LIPPMAN CO., Savannah, Ga.

;f sugar, and Florida's climate is superior in outline. At this stage the be baited and hooked, and as this way Brunswick were in the rivers, none -

'':: to any other for sugar growing. center of the diseased area is grayish of catching them requires numerousmen being outside, these rivers were soon .

'. The supply of Florida high grade' syrup white in color, surrounded by a defi- I to be employed in the business, is "fished out" with the result that the NOTICE, OF ELECTION. Number Eight

'. never equals the demand and all nite red or red-purple border which I hat makes it such a profitable indus- Brunswick boats had to come further Number Nine. ,t I
"' > have to do is to tales into the surrounding healthy These fish are caught by smacks WHEREAS the legislature of 1913 under For Constable in .and for the followin
that Florida framers try. South for their shrimp. At present the constitution of 1885 of the state of Flor- uice Districts, vii ir

... cooperate, build central evaporating tissue. The discoloration of the leaf arrying on board from five to twen they arc fishing off Fernandina and ida. did amendments pass three to joint the constitution resolutions proposing of the- Number Number Two.Three. '

plants and the' industry could be extended duo to the disease differs from that of ty-five small fishing dories, which shipping to Brunswick via boat every state of Florida, and the same were agreed Number Four.
I leaf which is past ma- be carried the de k, I 'u by a vote of three-fifths of all the mem- Number Seven. '
until Florida syrup would be in : the normal may easily on night. When it is rough outside hers elected t oeach house; that the votes on Number Eight.
,* demand in every market in the world. turity in that it is localized and not and lowered when the smack reachesthe the boats from both Fernandina and aid jo'nt resolutions were entered upon their Number Nine. ?

scattered throughout the leaf. fishing ground, requirinig a large Brunswick fish in the rivers around respective journals. with the yeas and nay In testimony 11 heref. I have hereunto M]
,-. Regarding sugar, there is no danger 'hereon and they did determine and direct my hand and affixed the great> seal of tit|
Results of the disease: The results of it takes two for aJery. that the said joint resolutions be submitted to state of
.' ,\ of the market being overstocked. The crew men, as Fernandina, namely, Clarke River, Florida at Tallahassee the capital]
the electors of the general election
j the state at -
- American people are the greatest sugar of a disease which attacks the : They are also caught by Sea- Belle River, Amelia River, Kings Bay in November 1914. this 1111..the Twenty-fourth. day of August., A. r

plant! as the above is inevitable. In bright dories, or small sea boats with and Nassau and Cumberland sounds. Now therefore I, H. Clay Crawford. seeftary H. CLA CRAWFORD,
consumers in the world, yet, of state of the state of Florida, do (L. S.) Secretary of Stat .
S 1:: it is tho only agricultural case: the attack is severe the death of i small crew, and propelled by gasoline This makes it possible for the boatsto hereby give notice that a 10 S. H. Denmark Sheriff, Bradford Counts
strange paradox, General Election .
, ; he plant may occur. In less severe engines.A fish at all times matter how 8-28-91
J no
which the United w 11 be held in each county in Florida on
.. T product attacks the reduction ,of the func- different method is used in catching bad the weather, and it is believed Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in MASTERS SALE. '"
:: States imports' Florida with her November A. D. 1914 the said Tuesday being Notice is hereby gi'ven that under and fel
tional leaf surface will result in thj these fish than that used in catching -
climate and adaptable soil, that the numbers of shrimp in and he, virtue of a final decree of foreclosure madL,
, ; superior production of small berries. Then, any other kind of fish. In the first about Fernandina cannot be exhaust- Third Day of November and rendered the 2n<$ day of September A5*:
can almost of herself solve the pwb- 'or the ratification or rejection of the said D. 1914. by the judge of the circuit court o*.--
too, the fruiting stems may be so injured place the barb of the hook is either :oint resolutions proposing amendments to the the Eighth Judicial Cfrcuit of Flor da, in u
c !t lem of American supply of sugar for that the berries will wither be- filed off or bent down, thus makingit ed.The the institution of the state of Florida, viz.: for Bradford county. iFlorida. in chancery l'?{
' amount caught per day by A Joint Resolution favor of Jennie M. Ealges; Hoffman and he; :':
is
.-'I' r Americans. Here an opportunity fore they ripen. When newly set easer: to unhook the fish, once theyre fleet is about 600 bushels, this being Propos'nir an Amendment to Section Six husband. R. R. Hoffman and W. B. Harvarf '':;,
: knocking at the door. "Let it not (6). of Article Eight (8), of the constitution complainants and agrinst Ethelena Campba: i
future
plants are badly diseased any : caught, but it requires that no divided between the competitive fac- ')f the state of Florida relating to county offi and her husband EL T. Campbell, defendant, -..'
:, : pass on." Tarpon Springs Progres crop may be depended upon to, be a slack be given after the fish has been tories. This is approximately twen rers. the undersigned will offer for sale before tlr' 1
ltateof court bouse door at Starke Florida durin-''''-
< it resolved by the legislature of the
:: sive.i" failures, or at least to not bring profitable hooked. Another thing in which this ty-five bushels per boat per day. e Florida: the legal hours of salon Monday Novembt:t12nd.
That the following amendment to Sectioniix 1914 to the highest and best bidder fa:
returns. i fish>g differs from any other is that The canning factory here will be cash. the following deicr.bed; real estate 1y1
$ f STANDARDS OF (6). of Article Eight (8). of the eonsti-
: .. FLORIDA Prevention and control. Anythingthat the bait is :.ot only put on the hooks', in operation by Monday, October 19, ution of the state of Florida is hereby agreed Bradford.being State in the of town Florida of ,Starke.to-wit-County iI"o&Dd
MEASURES and shall be : the electors of
j' ;WEIGHTS AND can be done to promote health in of \.bich tLcre are usually two on a and they will be in a position to handle 'he n state at the general submitted election to to be held on Lois one two threi and four of block on:15
, of J. G. Alvarez's addition Starke,
the strawberry plant by bringing line, but it is also ground up by an all the shrimp that is caught here. he first Tuesday in November. A. D. 1914. I tion twenty-eight toWnship to six. south HI ,,

Corn meal, per bushel, 48 pounds, about the best conditions for its ordinary meat chopper attached to the At present the prices paid for shrimpare 'or Section ratification 6. The or legislature rejection: shall provide for range twenty-two.cask T A. S. CREWS, r.:- '

: avoirdupois.Beans growth and development, will be of gunwale and scattered upon the top $1.25 per bushel, on the dock, this he election by the qualified, electors officers in each A Special Master in Chaneen-1"!-'t! :
o{! county of the following eounty :
, -i?:., shelled, per bushel, 60 pounds aid in preventing attacks by this fun- of the water, making what is knownto being divided among the crew of twoor Clerk of the Circuit Court a Sheriff. Constables i-2-5t. Solicitor A.for Z. ADKINS j .","" :
'I f County Assessor of Taxes. a Tax Collector Complainantr.."'
avoirdupois.Beans a *.
I "slick. This at-
fishermen
the
gus pestAside as three to each boat. a Superintendent of Public Instruction ,: j
i / : velvet, in hull, per bushel, from proper cultural prac- tracts the fish to the top of the water, There will be over one hundred and a County Surveyor. The term 'of NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TA% DES: :,; i
in this UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 1' { !
ment'oned
of all officers
office
county
: .r 78 pounds avoirdupois.Beans tices it will be found judic'ous to where they take the bait as fast as hands employed by the new factory wtion shall be for four years. except that 4888, LAWS :OF FLORIDA. 1t* I

I :f i 1. castor, shelled, per bushel, employ fungicides of which Bordeaux you can bait your hook and pull themin. when it opens next week, and this Collector f County. who Assessor shall of be Taxes elected and for County two years Tax purchaser Notice is of hereby tax tertiKcate gNen that No. A.179 Z.dated Adkia tt;, "j I

! !! 1,: ; 48 pounds, avoirdupois. mixture is the most efficient as a pre- ,To unhook one of these fish is will greatly aid the town in general intil at the general election to be held in the 1st day of July. A. D. 1912 has filed q i' I
t ', Millet seed, per bushel, 50 pounds The diseased leaves aided - I ventive task unless by
measure. are
, : : quite a you and the inhabitants in pa icular.- sal! be elected for a term of four years cation for tax dtedo issue in accordant r. ; I
: avoirdupois. I II should te removed from the plants made. These shaM Aith law. Said certificate embraces the ff 7.4
if an unhooker especially I Florida Metropolis. "heir powers. duties and compensation '...,,'ing described property situated in Brat? 1
I !3J:;. ,Beggar weed:: seed, per bushel, 62 when the yare set out and they shouldbe unhookers are used by all of the blue <'rovide o prescribed by law by for law.the The care legislature and custody shall of ford county Florida, to-wit: f. J

\ J/:: pounds avoirdupois. I II I sprayed soon afterward in orderto fishing boats, as it is next to impossible -I CAUSE OF PELLAGRA.Washington >11, county funds and shall provide such the method funds. section southeast twenty-three quarti of J township southwest six quarter soot%.!'::1'1

it i?' : C Irish potatoes, per bushel, 60 pounds. protect the new growth. A second to get your hands on them, because D. C., Oct. 26.-That Provided reporting County and paying Treasurers out all elected ii Genil range twenty, east. :. j
I The said being assessed at the date of f-
I, ,.::: avoirdupois. I I II praying should _be made just before the yare large and very lively the substitution of a mixed, well-bal '<, Electio nheld. in 1914 shall hold office for suance of such ceHifioite in the name of IS'vnown. :Ji: I
tiJ7 elected.A
e term Unless certificate shall be 1
I '::r' :': Sweet potatoes, per bushel, 60 blooming time and one or two others when first taken from., the water. anced var"d diet for the restricted, I Joint Resolution I deemed according said;to lw tax deed wi)! jsarton i .;;;1; J

S.'. .:.L, pounds avoirdupois.Turnips I I after harvesting to insure healthy 'The average catch of bluefish on a one-sided diet, wlil prevent and eradicate it Pronosin"Article IV an of Amendment the constitution to of Section the state 16 1914.- on the 16th dyy I of Novembei, A. j l''i'

! ;': per bushel, 54 pounds ycung plants. three days' trip of a fishing smack is pellagra, is the conclusion of f Florida. relating to the appointment of Witness my official imatnre! and seal tithe f- ; !

':} \ avoirdupois. P3wder Mildew. about five thousand fish or forty thousand the federal public health service commission "Commissioned Reit resolved officers by the of leg'slatnre the state militia of the:state 12th .day of O.-toW f W.A.T.D.WEEKS.1914. t j

"'' ./ Onions, per bushel, 56 pounds Th.s fungus is 'common on a' large pounds. For this quantity of which has been investigatingthe of Florida: Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County FloriJBy I I
'at fie following amendment to Section R. A. WEEKS .: '
.. .' xz avoIrdupOIS. number: of plants, including strawberries fish the boat receives an average priceof pellagra problem in the South.In 't of Article IV of the constitution of IV 10-16-5U Deputy Clei \ I'
Salt bushel 60 pounds avoir- <:tate of Florida 5? hereby agreed to and shall -- I
'i;...; per roses, etc.Appearance about twelve cents per pound, out a report today, the commission, '1,> submitted to the electors of the state for MASIEU'S SALE. "' j
dupois. of the disease: The cf which the commission merchant which is headed by Dr. Joseph Gold- ndontion or rejection at the next general Notice is hereby gi\en that nnder and {
bushel ,Wtion hereafter that a to say that See- irtue of that certain, final decree of foi i
Peanuts 22 pounds ;
t ::. ; per fungus may appear on either surface deducts the freight or express -I berger, announced that as a result of ion 16 of Article IV shall be amended so as tjre made and, renCered the 28th day I
;i 2 avoirdupois. of the leaf or on the twig. It is charges and his commission of, its investigations it has reached' the 'n rend as follows: 'fptember; A. D. 191f, by the Judge of \: !
I Section 16. The governor shall annp'nt all rcnit court of the riKhth Judicial Cim
\_;;"r Crufas, per bushel, 54 pounds downy white in appearance, getting usually 12 1-2 per cent, remitting the conclusion that pellagra is not communicable ."TTUsToned officers' of the state militia. in. >f Florida, is and.for' Bradford county, Fk .

:, avoirdupois. darker near the leaf. The leaves of balance, Wh'ch is divided between the I. disease, but is dependent -ith'uding rank an of adjutant bnVadier general general for who the shall state.be Johns ida. in complainant chancery jliVil1lt artl. against m favor W.of T.s.Son ; ,j

'., Rye, per bushel, .56 pounds avoir- fleeted plants are'distorted and surl- boat, captain and crew. Usually the on some yet undetermined fault!I in a Mef of staff. The duties and compensation Lenora Saxon D |E. Knight as trust
,,: 'f all officers so appointed shall be as fixed"v of the estate of W. T,' Saxon. bankrupt. *
; ; dupois. ed, while in severe cases they drop boat gets fifty per cent, the captainfive diet in which the animal or leguminous law. The terms of office of all comnrs- Frank Hicks. defer-dant the undersigned W '
< 'r Apples, dried, bushel, 24 pounds from the plant.Prevention and .the balance divided betweenthe protein component is dispropor- ionPlf officers of the organ'zed militia shall be utter for sale during the legal hours of M
the second of November 11'o
-' nntinunns during the pleasure of the gover- >n Monday day
'\....,' avoirdupois. and control: While this crew. tionately small and the non-legumi or: sufiject to such laws as may be enacted the highest an4 best bidder for cash t
'. Quinces, bushel, 48 pounds v the legislature providing for their retirement following described property, to-wih- :
per weather -
S S disease is worse during moist The small powered boats are usually nous vegetable component dispropor- for age or other canoes. The following deserted! binds. situate band \
avoirdupois. and where plants are closely set owned by the crew who operate tionately large and that it does not A Joint Resrlrtiop.Propo being in Bradford county Florida

Peaches, dried, per bushel 33 pounds in a row, it can be easily controlled.All hem, who share the net earnings, but develop in those who consume a good, '\!'firle !V ing of an the amendment constitution to relating Section One to the of Northwest tion twenty-nine quarter-, northweSt tovnship saven.quarter'E south,

.' : avoirdupois. wild plants known to be susceptible there are parties who buy boats asan : rich, mixed and veil-balanced and va- iud'fiery.Ie northeast range twenty-two corner east also except except!one five and acres aif
it resolved by the legislature of the state
1 Cotton seed, per bushel, 32 pounds to this disease should be de- investment, and in this case the red diet. Those affected with the disease of Florida half acres in northwest corner.'

.: avoirdupois. stroyed. Spraying with Bordeaux crew usually gets 85 per cent of the should be fed an abundance of One That of the Article following V of the amendment constitution to is Section hereagreed' -_ J.,f C. POPPELL.Special Mast 1

Peaches, green, per bushel, 54 mixture or potassium sulphide is ef- net earnings, while the boat owner fresh, lean meat, beans and peas.. ',v to and shall be proposed and submitted 10-2-51. Solicitor A. for V. LONG.Complaint: -
to the elertors of the state for anpro.alnr
pounds avoirdupois. fective. gets the balance of 15 per cent. "We are not t6 be understood assaying rejection- the next general election

". Cotton seed, Sea Island, per bushel Strawberry GalL The above way of marketing- the that all cases will, or can, in .(tpr, that' is to say sad Section here-j Tn circuit court,NOTICE.,eu-hth judicial circuit,
46 pounds avoirdupois. This disease is not established in be saved aid A rt cle shall be amended so as to readas aid for Bradford rou-.ty, State of Florida I
fish is used only when they are shipped this or in any other way follows: Chancery sitting. I

Plums, per bushel, 40 pounds avoir- this section, as most of our plantings > on commission to one of the large says, the commission.. "We fear there' Section t. The judicial power of the state Emma N. Clyatt C ulainant.
shall be vested in a supreme court. circuit vs Partiti I
dupois. have been on well drained land, although markets in New York. There have always will be patients who, even in -'O111"!!. court of record of Escambia county. Sallie E. Markham and hus

\ Pears, per bushel, 60 pounds avoir- it has proven serious to plants been two large companies formed by their first attacks are, and will be, "riminal ind justices courts of the county peace courts and such county other judges courts hand.S Anderson Carl Mark and ham hit-band., Theresa J. '.

dupois. growing on peat bogs of the eastern the large commission merchants by beyond hepe of recovery." or commfrsfons as the legislature mar from F. Anderson et al. defendants.:
Mme to time ordain and establish. The leg. husband,'
To Thercssa F. and
". Guavas, per. bushel, 54 pounds states. Fulton market, namely the Fernandina Th-j commission recommends that stature maT prescribe the compensation of the F. Anderson. and Amierson Crawford: W. Clyatt. m

avoirdupois. I The affected leaf cells may become Fuhing and Trading Company and the people of the South, particularlythe iisticcs and' jinfpeg of the several courts but ..4e nt defendants:
"0 court heretofore established under the eonit'ition You and each of y.u are hereby rcqni
Penalty for selling by illegal or somewhat invaginated but the en- the New York and Florida Fish Com- poorr be urged to include( in their .. and1 Taws of Florida shall be hereby I to appear to a bill cf XmiIaint this day na

: untested weights and measures, see !argment due to the growth of the pany. These companies have offices daily diet articles of food containingthe abolished The votes cwt in compliance with said pro- I ,_;ainbt"IT cause you.on Emmt or bet: ,I.re Clyatt.the 29th in day the of fo I

sections 3715-3716 of the General fungus cell within is such as to give here and in New York also having leguminous proteins especially nosed amendments, and the canvass declarations rmber, A. D. I9ll..'That said bill is Sin
and returns thereof shall be subjectedto fie office of the c'trk of the circuit cot
% Statutes of the State of Florida. the appearance of a minute gall. packing houses and places used for during the late fall, winter and early the same regulations and restrictions as are Sfrke. Florida.It '

:i -:> Section 5 of the pure food law provides the storing of bait and fish on ice. spring months. "There is every reason provided bv law for general elections in the published is further in the orje Bfalford.vd that County this Telegrat nntxe: I
and fluid state of Florida.
U. S. Standard gallon, quart
k : They:: either buy the fish outright, or for more than a suspicion," he declares IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF.I weekly newspaper .published in Bridlo'inty

;rf' ': "Third-If in package form, the net ounce. Packages containing labeled one or pack and ship them to one of the "that the introduction of, or and have affixed hereunto the great set my seal hand of !serutive, Florida weeks., for .a period of four I

_; contents of the package are not correctly more gallons shall be in gal- stockholders or owners in one of the the increase in, the legumes in the (Seal) the state of Florida, at Tallahassee .In witness whereof I have hereunto set
lons. Packages having less than one the capital. this the >n ... stated in terms of weight or companies. For packing and shippingin daily dietary coincident with the twenty-fifth day of July A. Starke Florida this the 20th day of !
gallon shall be labeled in quarts, as- tuber. A. D. 1914. Honorable J. T. Wl
measure or numerical count, conspic- cars a charge of three dollars is coming in to our tables of the fresh D. 1914 udge. (
"
net "5 gallons net, 1 H. CLAY CRAWFORD.
uously, legibly and correctly, on the 1 gallon made by the shipping company. vegetables of summer, is in part at 8-7-lSt Secretary of State. W. 71 WEEKS. Cot
I
Circuit
3 8 fl. Clerk of
3 quarts net, quarts,
outside of the package. Provided, gallon, The bluefish are shipped in refrig- least responsible for the improvementand Cone &; Chapman. I '
reasonable variations oz. net," "1 quart net," "30 fl. oz. net, NOTICE OF ELECTION. Solicitors for eomi'lainant.
however, that erator cars, which are carried by red recovery of the cases of pellagrathat By R. A. WEEKS ,
"24 fl. net etc. To the sheriff of Bradford County, of the
;i shall be'permitted, and tolerati ns established or oz. M'RAE i ball freight straight through to New appear annually as a sort of a State of Florida: I 10-23-Et f Sral Deputy Ci

for fractional sacks or W. I York. Other shipments, usually small spring crop following a winter diet Be it known. that I, H. Clay Crawford, _
of State of the
of Agriculture. secretary State of Florida do
Commissioner
barrels. In all cases the letters shall ones, are made by express. ;n which these elements are more or hereby give notice that a now To Give quinine To ChlldrPEBRILTNElsth

be clear and distinct-not blurred or R. E. ROSE, State Chemist. The smacks coming to this port last less conspicuously small or altogether General Election I mde.mark name riven to
WH be held in Bradford
county. State of improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless SyruP.pt
smeared. FOR COUNTY TREASURER.I winter numbered over eighty, and absent. Florida on Tuesday next succeeding the first ant to take and does not dis.urb the stomi
shall be stated in Monday in November, A. D. 1914 the said Children take it ami be\er know it U C"lB
Net weight pounds hereby announce myself a can- they have to be supplied with food, "The evidence is daily becoming Tuesday being theThird Also especially adapjed to adults who cil

and ounces avoirdupois, or fraction didate for the office of county treas- clothing, ice, stove wood and many stronger that the eventual eradicationof Day of November ake ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate
For United States Senator from the State cause: nervousness nor ripging in the head.
: thereof. urer of Bradford county and respect- ether necessaries, all of which help pellagra from the South will depend f Honda for six years from March 4, it the next time you a-ed Quinine for any]
It i. Net measure in standard gallons of tEe merchants and citizens of Fer the successful introduction Ho. posA'k fnr 2 onnc original package
fully solicit the support of the voters largely on ", Representative from the Second Con- nameFORlUXiisM. <,wa 10botm. 25 <*
: '- 231 cubic inches or fraction thereof as If elected I will contribute 20 per cent nandina. of common dried legumes rtsfional District of the State of Florida
fixed by section 1241 general stat- The has devel- into the winter the Sixty-fourth Congress of the United Why Not, Publish It?
: of my commission as treasurer to the shrimping industry I dietary. A valuable 'tales.

: utes.The public school fund of the county.II. pod into a wonderful thing for Fer- step in this direction would be in increase 'late For of Commissoner Florida. of A. cuUure of the. When you want a fact to beco is

'. unit of weight shall be the 0. BROWN. rardina since its organization here. in the cultivation of some oC; For two Justices of the Supreme Court of generally known.the right way P

s5 pound and the ounce. ,\ They were formerly caught only on the varieties of beans and peas and '"For State Two of Railroad Florida. Commissioners publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalian, (

;-1-: .: Net weight shall be stated in pound DRINK DRINK he gulf coast between Mobile and their preservation in the dried state '. of Florida. of thee Ind., was troubled, with belching, S

-,- and avoirdupois. All pack- For two members of the House of Repre- stomach and fre-yient headaches. J
,{:: ounces ew Orleans in any large quantity. for winter consumption. sentatives of the State of Florida.
':'::'.;-'' ages containing one or more pounds Mthough a few had been caught at -- .- ----- For County Assessor of Taxes. writes, "I feel it my duty to tell c

;:;: shall state the net weight in pounds. "ernandina, it was not known that're Whenever You Take Need a General Tonic For For Tax County Collector.Treasurer.For > ers what Chamberlain's Tablets h
Grove'sThe
t::, :' In case of fractions less than a were such quantities so near Five County Commissioners.For done for me. Tfcoy have helped ;
Old Standard Grove's Tasteless three Members of the County Board and bow
shall be used-as digestion regulated my
.,'; pound, the ounce it hand. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a .f Public Instruction.For .
:: 'S S "8 ounce net," "12 ounce net," or "1 The trawl used for catching these General Tonic because it contains the Justice of the Peace in and for the Since using then,! have been entii
DRINK the
:': 'L p.>und, 4 ounce net," or "2 pounds, 6 DRINK hrimp is very similar to that usedn well known tonic propcrtiesof QUININE Number following One.Justice Districts; vii: well" For sale by all dealers.If .

ounce net." Get our prices for printing and we : flounder fishing, as it drags on the and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drivesout Number Two. Brad!
Number
:Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Three. it's news, (:t's in the
The un't.of measure shall be: the will set your orders. :ottom, having two wide boards that Builds HO the Whole System. ro cents. Number Number Five.Four. County Telegraph.

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without rivals, it 'iiiiiiiii M limn mum
United States as
:
SOIL seems almost superflous to more than + + ;
IR1DA 1.
,mention them. + WAR AND PLAY.t'llllllllllllllttt + ;I
The counties of Lee, Polk, DeSoto,
t Hillsboro, Hernando, Osceola, Orange, + +
|! DIVERSIFIEDjCEMENTJO Man- + ++-H+i+ MIGHTY '
Citrus, Alachua, Lake, Marion, FINE r
atee, Pasco and Volusia are the prin- Cruel, murderous war, with its :

:r"- SETTLERS c'pal orange and grapefruit counties.Strawberries sickening waste in world-wide pro- ,
in Florida are of good portions and in method most brutal

quality, easily grown, and bring to and barbarous, falling upon us with

lock, Pine Lands, High the grower a handsome revenue. unbelievable: suddenness and now al- That's What They aU'Say t. :

J' : flat Woods, PrairiesWand Pineapples are not grown in large ready prolonged into pitiful exhaus- ,
Muck Lands. quantities in the Atlantic Coast Line tion and the disappointments of! About Our Famous Line of t '

J\\ territory, but enough of the fancy hopes deferred, still rages' in Europe -

l. h the most Southerly State inFitt varieties are grown for home con- with as little promise of peace as f
; his is and consequently the earli- sumption and for shipping to markets when it had begun. The international ,; ,"

,1 and vegetables in the mar- that want the best. honor of treaty agreements flungto / r
its in it: Many peach orchards have been the winds, neutral territory invaded 100PROOFWHISK1ESGood '. l ii

<,,. grown the strongest inducements planted in the past three years, and and outraged, and the regulation ,

l. of settler to locate in this state the peach industry promises to be of war wickedly violated, cruel bombs ., r ,,.

> the, diversity! of its productions; it one of considerable importance. The hurled from the air into peaceful vil- I .." .. : lI :t

l' :fcder 1 in early fruits and vegeta- type of peaches grown in Florida are lages of helpless women and children,, old time whiskey that is a pleasure to drip k. Not made yester- !: r.

t 'the standard market crops, as seedlings from the Peento, importedfrom devastating stupendously, mangling day to be sold today but '
1 for" .producing many fruits not China, and the Honey, importedfrom wickedly, murdering devilishly, de- pure, aged and mellow goods that have h I f

:.-,43 in other! states. Japan. The earliest ripeningis stroying everywhere and everything,, stood the test of time. To those who want and appreciate something : .

IE n topography the lands, are no- from April 25th-to May' 5th; this sparing not even the sacred cathe- good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the
J m-. much elevated above seabut in South Florida. The fruit is of a drals, containing the irrecoverable ar- best your' :/ i I:

very, are sufficiently rolling to high class, and a delicious table tistic and spiritual assets of a hun- money can buy.TAKE. 1 1 i

fre bit little drainage and that peach. dred years, defaming and degradingthe f 1.
lowest portions. Plums of the Japanese strain reach very moral instincts of all parti-
the
J 1 e in toil may be classed as ham- perfection here, and wild varieties cipants and transforming civilized YOUR I !

k, pine land, high and flat wood, abound everywhere. The wild stock people into a barbarous horde-Julius CHOICE i

'8 and muck or reclaimed lands, furnishes the best of budding or Caesar without the inheritance of !

all a'' sandy loam underlaid grafting stock. Christian influences, never lost more
as
eby. In acreage the pine lands Of pears, the Le Conte and Kieffer utterly his sense of humanity or of PACKAGES : r

i largely in excess of any other of varieties are grown successfully all rudimentary decency.Yet ASSORTED TO SUIT CUSTOMERS A 'I+
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types. AU of these land types over the state. out of it all shall come an abid- ; f k

' lands ire easily cultivated and Other fruits, such as Japan per- ing good. Each belligerent country ,

responsive to intelligent culti- simmons, figs, guavas, mangoes, avo- will acquire a spirit of national con- Number 1 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY :

tion.be 7 i cado pears, grapes, etc., are not now sciousness hitherto unknown. In this 4.Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . $8.50 I

[ growth on the hammock lands grown for market to any extent, but new and larger sense of national unity ;
100 PROOF .
hard wood i. e., oak, hickory, ma- for home use. old domestic difficulties will be ab- Number 2 GIN l {

., etc. and these lands are veryh Pecans, the finest grown, are being sorbed. Russian Jews will enjoy a 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . $8.5 0 ,; a j

being adapted 'to the growth of largely planted, and wherever the real citizenship; England's Irish question -

vegetables and farm crops, and hickory will flourish, so will the pe- will, be forgotten; the French Number 3 100 PROOF RYE WAISKEY "' F ;,

lea rolling, or well drained, make can. A pecan orchard, once in bear- "Clerical Peril" will be superceded bya 4 Ots $$3.00. Ots 5.75,12Qts. . .$8.50 x "

.islands for citrus fruits, especially ing, as a moneymaker is somethingto new religious awakening, and most
-I.. They are higher in price, be desired.In far-reaching and consequential of all Number 4 100 PROOF KY. BOURBON ;

Vrule, than pine lands, and cost addition to all the different cropsof -militarism shall be forever crushed. 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . $8.50 : '

ff to clear and improve, and at fruits and vegetables grown for The present war will not cease until -J i ,
; cost preferred by good farmer can and this last blessing is attained.
: ("advanced are shipping every great .
Di to any other lands. The best should be self-supporting. With sug- Above and beyond all racial prejudice, WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES I .

; smocb ,will easily produce sixty ar cane, sweet potatoes and other above the ill-balanced minds and ill- ;:

f, bfl of-corn per acre. field and forage crops, he can alwaysbe chosen means of kaisers, czars and Write for Our Complete Price List on all j! ,
lands are the choice of a ma- assured of a living at home for his kings points the directing finger of ,
Leading Brands. .
Largest Stock in the South felJ P PI
;'i- f of our settlers, not only on ac- family and stock. In the"central and destiny. Temporary defeat shall not > ;: I >-
:..- 'of price and small cost of clear- northern parts of the state, general daunt her. Inconclusive victory shall 1 I
I) It compared to hammock lands, farming and stock raising is the prin- not M compromise her purpose. The ,- I -'

because they find by proper hand- cipal industry. Long staple or sea island weariness of hopes deferred embit- i rY

these! lands are very productive, cotton is largely grown, as wellas tered by semi-starvation shall not Chas. Blum rE
Company :
,,. yield good crops of aU kinds. For short staple cotton. For the bene- lunt the edge of her resolve. : I. ,

firing 'peaches, pears, plums, etc., fit of farmers and truckers, good Meantime our great American

, high rolling lands are chosen. hard roads are being built all over statesman and president has most ap- The ,
largest and oldest :
mail
order house
in the
South.
: 's, grapefruit, etc., do well on the state, making the cost of trans- propriately declared, "My thought is Established over quarter of Cen : I I

; a high or flat woods lands, the portation of your products to the of America." To this true and ingenious POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE 188Jacksonville :

: requisite being that these lands point of shipping the minimum. f American nothing is useless, I'

aot underlaid with "hard pan" For climatic conditions, health, nothing in vain; he finds in every mana Florida

any excess of rain can be taken quick returns from his labor, cheap teacher, in every event an occasionfor I' 'I

'of. and fertile lands, social and school self-improvement. What, therefore I

.'or growing vegetables and straw- privileges, it is to the interest of every shall America gain from this I :
Ties, the low or flat woods lands homeseeker to investigate the opportunities bestial European catastrophe? l

the best. They are of a closerding offered in Florida. First. The incarnation of America's j jA..1L1L

soil and hold moisture bet- Tobacco growing is carried on with most sublime idea, that there are no palatable for sauce, pies, etc., while II 1L1L L lLlLlLlL

,not M susceptible to drought, and profit in some counties. The high Germans or French or English here. others say of it that it largely depends -,

ops can always be protected against hammock lands of Pasco and Hernando That irrespective of lineage or birthor on the kind and quantity of
excess of rainfall by drainage. trimmings to make it so. One of its When You
y. counties produce the finest gradesof previous governmental or religious WantA
chief advantages is that it seldom
underlay of hard is no ob- domestic
pan cigar wrappers.-Florida allegiance, every citizen of the United i
m for such crops: Some of the Metropolis. States is an integral part of one great rots in the ground, though not dug ,
until early spring, thus enabling it to
celery and garden land in the
united nation and is first last and all
U M underlaid. PRUNE PEACH TREES. the time a loyal American. be shipped to the northern markets Horse A Mule .

ilrie lands are at the present Second. America will gain that just ahead of the early crop of pota- /

largely used for pasture. What is i The peach needs pruning heavily commercial supremacy of the world toes grown in the state. The dasheen

\, the Kissimmej Valley prairiesthe each year. First, to keep it from which our legislative policies of the requires a long, and the more favor- .

best natural ranges for cat- growing too high and to keep it in past fifty years have failed so utterlyto able the season, the greater its yield. Buggy A Wagon '

It the state. These lands, where proper shape. The second reason is secure. Our foreign trade will be 400 bushels to the acre would be considered -
if bare been cultivated, are found : a big yield and then the sea-
that it must produce an abundance of doubled and new home industries will
'i rood for vegetables and general new wood, as it is only on the second be stimulated. We shall have learned son must be favorable as it requires a '
Hi crops. damp soil to do the best, and the A Set of Harness
year wood that the fruit is produced. through necessity to make many 'of
Witt U known better the soil the the .
as reclaimed or the greater yield.It
back the winter the articles and
Heavy cutting during we now import, we
uct lands form responds readily to the applica-
considerable
now a throws the tree into wood growth.An will supply practically the whole wes-
re re. The large bodies of these tion of manure, stable manure being
center is in order tern hemisphere with American prod-
open necessary Come
ndi My be found in Osceola coun- considered best, though our commer- to See UsWe
for the sunshine to enter sufficientlyto
they are of solid organic mat- ucts.Third. cial fertilizer is used to advantage.Its .
will be
It impressed
properly color the fruit. upon
r from three to feet in time of growth is about
( twenty seven
A good general rule to follow in Once for all that contrary to cer- buy in car lots and give our. cus
ptk Immense crops of sugar caned months and its rank growth, when
'rf farm crops can be grown on pruning peach trees is to thin out the ain: political demagogues, peace can given a chance, makes it an easy crop tomers the benefit of the lowest prices. a .
be preserved by preparation for
never
en, and wherever intelligently hand branches sufficiently so that two of to grow. On exceptionally rich soil
,are of the best much size will not touch. Cut so war; that militarism is not protectivebut and under favorable conditions the
vegetables
a
I'd of sixty-five tons of that the center will be at least thin provocative. Instead, therefore, yield] taken from exceptional rank
sugar an
Be being grown. on one acre has enough for the sunshine to enter fair- the of the destruction manufacture of life of, siege we will guns manu-for hill, might exceed 400 bushels to the J. W. ANDREWS & SON \

(en made. ly welL Cut back the new growth facture goods for the preservation cf acre; but like the big yield of corn
lit prices hammock lands vary from from a third to a half, cutting just reported: it is doubtful of general ex
life. Instead of the, accoutrements of
dollars per aero upward, accordto above the bud. In cutting back the pectation. Stories of its producing
war, we will arm our citizens with
E quality and location; cost of wood, however, it will often be necessary 1000 bushels to the acre: have been I
the accoutrements of play. Instead of Starke Florida r
ring depends on the growth cov- to cut one branch of new wood told; but such remind one of the ,
the of
employing surplus energy our
.' Pine lands can be purchased, more than a third, in order to keep story of the little boy who ran into _
the activitiesof
in
youth non-productive
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unproved for ton dollars per acre the tree properly shaped. The main the house and exclaimed, "Oh, pa, I u---------- - -
devastation of ruin will
give -
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*wd, and cost of clearing from branches saw hundred rats under the _. -
should all be cut the same them those wholesome recreations a run ----- --- ,
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0 to twenty dollars per acre. If a length. barn." "Why, my boy," said the father +++++ III +t#+9.+.++ ++fI++ -
which will increase their capacity for I.I STJROOF.
wmill is located near, the cost ofaxing This pruning should be done while toil. Instead of sending our young "a hundred is a great many." + +

can be very much reduced byuli the tree is in the dormant stage. December to marches "Well," replied the boy, "I saw ten." + CHURCHES. + Should Conune Every Starke
men away weary hungerand Reader. '
of the mill timber. "But," again replied the father, "tenis + + '
and January usually being the
There death', we will keep them at home,
l are large bodies of "cut-ov- best time. At least, the pruning contented 'and peaceful. Instead of a great many." "Well," said the + BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Fer- + The frank statement of a neighbor, ;

lands. L e.. the mill timber cut should not be done before all the providing our little boys with toy rifles boy, "I saw the old cat run' under, + rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. + telling the merits of a remedy,

toting and enough timber for fenc- leaves are shed in the fall nor after knives and Indian war dress, anyhow." So of the big stories, it + M. Morning service, 11:00; + I Bids you pause and believe.
domestic use, that can bet "old cat, anyhow." Then + evening service 7:00. Visitors + The !
an
the may prove same endorsement
buds in the
in begin to swell spring. which to develop the savage spirit of e
tracts of one section ((640)) big stories of anything, + invited to +
cordially worship
By
over-repre- some stranger far
) and Make a smooth cut, and be sure not destruction and murder, we will give away _
upward very low. They sentations, elaborate descriptions of + with + Commands
be cleared to cut off very far above the bud, be- them miniature bowling alleys and us.CHRISTIAN belief at all- ,
at a small cost and
arefood possible results somewhere else than + + Here's Starke .
cause if this is done that part of the turning poles, home billiard tables a case.
as any pine lands to be se- here are no proof of reliability. The + Rev. Ernest + A Starke citizen testifies.
"
in the state. branch or stub above the bud will die and indoor baseball with which to de- -
average farmer will not get 400 bush- + House, pastor. Services on + Read and be convinced.W. .
Prairie lands and is liable to cause rotten limbs later velop the spirit of domestic content-
are offered in larges els of dasheens to the acre; he can by + morning and evening of each + W. Baisden, deputy sheriff and
low Southern Atlanta ment and a happy family consciousness. -
as ten dollars per acre. : Farming, and but won't + second and fourth of +
e4 Ga. Instead of prohibiting games, proper care, might, Sunday jailer, Starke, Fla., says: "I used
or muck lands ,
consider-
,
Plant City Courier. + the month. + Doan's Kidney Pills about four =
.
k we will prohibit ; years
quality, guns.F.
are very cheap at + + for '
J. MILNES, ago kidney complaint. They did
nty-nve to fifty dollars per Acute Indigestion."I Stomach and Liver Healthy.A + PRESBYTERIAN +
Wi location President Nat Indoor Games Ass'n. Keep regular me a world of good, curing all symp-1 j ;
Mosey governing price. was annoyed for over a year by Downers Grove, 111. vigorous stomach, perfect work- + pastor. Sunday se-hool at + toms promptly. My back was t
' crops of Florida in vegeta- attacks of acute indigestion followedby ing liver and regular acting bowels is + 10:00 A. 31.METHODIST. + strengthened and I felt better in f
are
wt and tomatoes beets celery, lettuce, egg constipation," writes Mrs. M. J. THE DASHEEN.This guaranteed if you will use Dr. King's + + every way. You are at liberty to use

value in the ,order and they rank about Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried everything New Life Pills. They insure good digestion + Rev. B. T. + my name in recommending this rem- ;

"7 variety of named. Almost that was recommended to new vegetable is creating avery correct constipation and havean + Rape, pastor. Sunday schoolat + edy. t I

1 other state vegetables grown in me for this complaint but nothing did favorable impression among excellent tonic effect on the whole + 9:45 A. M. Morning serof' The above statement must cany !

can be grown in Flor- me much good until about 4 monthsago those fortunate enough to grow it system-purify your blood and rid + vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening + conviction to the mind of eves reader. ;

IWatrmelons and I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ad- this season, owing to its great yield you of all body poisons through the + service,* 7:30 o'clock. Junior + Don't simply ask for a kidney '

wmgr crop in cantaloupes form a vertised and procured a bottle of the and the many uses to which it can be bowels. Only 25c at your driggist. + Epworth League, Sunday 4:00P. + remedy-ask distinctly] for Doan's \! !

; hundreds of many parts of the tablets at my druggist I soon real- applied. As a vegetable it is used + M. Senior Epworth League, + Kidney Pills, the same that Mr. Bais ; .

ally, bringing to cars the are shipped ized that I had gotten the right thing similar to the Irish potato, the tubers Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors + den had-the remedy backed by home' ;

tarns. grower good for they helped me at once. Since being cooked in its many forms, while Old Standard general strenglheninz tonic.GROWS + cordially invited to attend. testimony. 50c all stores. Foster- ;
taking TASTELESS chill TONIC; drives out
Florida oranges and two bottles of them I can eat some speak highly] of using the leaf j Ia1aria.enriches the bloodand builds uptbe sys14r + + Milburn Co., Props., Bugalo, N. Y. <:
grapefruit are heartily without any bad effects. 1 A true tonic. For adults and children. We +++++ 1IIIIIIIIIIIII +++++ "When beck js lame-remen'
well known to the whole of the Sold all and stem for similar uses to which your ;
by dealers.
I the rhubarb-is, claiming it...to be very 1 Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. ler the name." : :


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}I.i I. CLAY Hill. 11II1111111111111111111111' was standing at the dresser combinghis -FIELD SPORTS.:; E

'. Miss Florence Crews visited her f f hair and Spencer was sitting not .
i -:--)': at Highland Sunday, Mr. and + far off playing with the rifle, which. '
parents + When '
.. .I GOOD YIELDS FROM THE jou keep a boy inte ;
Frank Crews' he thought was empty, he having
Mrs.
i + DASHEEN. + football 1 aseball, tennis and
Items Master Roy Grand, of Highland, is I| snapped it out of the window severaltunes. you les&eji the chances .
t-'t' News f that
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F County boarding with Rev. James Strickland, 1.I The rifle was discharged however get interested in things not so

: and.attending Clay Hill school. 11111111111111111111111111Washington 'I the ball striking Mark in the for him. ', .'

I 'r 1i Well, it looks like cane grinding is D. C.. Oct. 29.-Results nose, passing into the brain, killing The Youth's Companion '

I Ii Intercstlntf Facts Gathered During the Week by Our near at hand for we note the cane be- of experiments conducted by the him instantly. The unfortunate young enlargement, gives generous, '..,

i! Regular Correspondents. ing stripped and wood cut to prepare United States department of agricul- man was buried at Forest Grove cem- this matter of athletic tn&'

that delicious sugar. ture show that while under unfavor- etery Wednesday morning. gets the;: test coaches in the

Mr. and Mrs. Dunk Moseley were able conditions a yield of 140 bushelsan to write f( it. ,::'
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Ii F -I having never seen such an amount visiting Mrs. Moseley's parents the acre may be obtained from the THE TOWN PUMP.A How to,'practice to become i"_
LAKE BUTLER. latter of the week. cultivation of the dasheen with
the part specially rate pitchr, how to train for )
in
live county
: was obliged to good place to feel the pulse of a t
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dinner
took
Rev. Gideon Prevatt favorable conditions this yield how to' Itfern the
six months.We newest strdkjjswimmingithese
't., Mr. S. C. Crabb died at 11:30 a. m. building for the with Rev. James Strickland Satur- runs up to 450 bushels per acre. The civic' life is at the public drinking and -
are sorry to have to record trough. The ebb and flow of animal a hundred ti
': on ,Tuesday. He had been ailing for death of Mrs. Adam Andrews this day.Mr. dasheen is a vegetable somewhat resembling er topics of the greatest interest .
life, as it quenches its thirst at the
some weeks and it was not thought week. After a short illness this good Willie Parris.h joined the church tro potato, which was intro- boys-to g ris, too, for that math.

y that his end was so near, so his death lady died on Monday leaving three Sunday and is to be baptized next duced into this country a number of public the fountain wealth gives us an estimateof are touched: upon in this import,,
population and
x came as a shock to his wife and their children with her husband to fourth Sunday. years ago by experimenters in the pros- department of The Companion.-
-' friends. The funeral took place with young their loss. Wonder who will be singing? Let's department of agriculture from va- perity of the community; the char- And this is only a small rt
mourn learn if Saturday will be rious the in the be- acter, habits and occupations of its p '. .
\ Masonic honors on Wednesday after- The postoffice moved into the new all we can. parts'of tropics, the servic 4 which The Comp
rr The the first day so all come.LAWTEY. lief that it would grow in the South. people and the utility, pleasure and renders in any home which ft .
noon. afternoon.
: Tuesday enta
building on
of its citizens. There is
: A very popular wedding is announced new building is nicely arranged for This belief, it is said, is now justifiedby better hardships to the no of It has points of contact with i l h

'! to take place November 11th, at the work of the postoffice the work the outcome of experiments which place study progress dred interests. ,

I four o'clock at the home of Professor being done by Mr. McDonald and Mr. Mrs. Jesse Reddish visited her have been in progress since 1909. Last the community than at the town If you do not know The Com .

and Mrs. Draper. The contracting Joe Jones. brother Mr. Ed Clark, at Worthington ,year at thq Brooksville station in pump., as it is today, let us send you out

parties being Miss Leah Reiherd and Rev. H. Logan spent last Sundayat Springs one day last week. Florida an average of 296 bushels to Every village in Florida should two currenj issues free, that yoj-

-',, Mr. E. L. Green. Their friends wish Hampton his regular fourth Sun- Misses Louiebelle Brown arid Ida the acre was obtained.Of have a town pump and every city test the payer's quality. We *3

them much joy. appointment. Next Sunday he Lee Roberts were visitors to Jackson- this quantity approximately with waterworks should have a drinking so send the Forecast for 1915.:::.

The county'fair was held in Lake 'day in the ville last Saturday.Mr. one-third consisted of tubers for mar- fountain where a stream of pure, Every new subscriber who 0
will preach at New Zion morning H
Butler on Thursday, Friday and Sat- and Lake Butler. at mgnt.Evangelist and Mrs. W. A. Colley and chil- keting and about one-fourth of the running water, freely dispenses, $2.00 for the fifty-two weekly*-oJ

I urday. There were many visitors in Woodhouse is drawing dren, of Starke, spent Sunday here at I tubers too' small to be: sold profitablybut Adams Ale to the thirsty populace. of 1915 Will receive free all

I town from the surrounding villages good congregations to the tent. This the home of Mrs. Colley's mother II nevertheless large enough for Pure water and plenty of it is a good sues of the paper for the re "

and country. The exhibits were not gentleman is an earnest preacher of Mrs. William Whitehead.Mr. home use. The bulk of the remainedr I community builder. weeks of 1914; also the The Coa

3 what they should have been, but the the gospel. His sermons are well H. R. Mahoney, of Jacksonville, could be disposed of as feed for cat AUTO IN THE FIELD.It ion Home:.Calendar for 1915. ',

'.' i j committee strained every nerve to thought out, logical and profusely il was a visitor to Lawtey the first of tle and hogs or used for seed purpos- THE YOUTH COMPANIO. '

make the affair interesting and they last week. 144 Berkeley St., Boston,'
lustrated. He is doing good. es.The is quite a common sight in Flor- ,
succeeded. I for- Mr. C. H. Leggett, of Jacksonville, dasheen is a staple article .of
Our marshal is a happy man. ida to see farmers drive to the harvest
It Always Does the WortM"I +
There splendid specimens was a business visitor to Lawtey last food for millions of people in the t
were some but
get whether it is a boy or a girl, fields in automobiles and it takes the
like
Chamberlain's :
of sweet potatoes; corn, canned far Brother Saturday.Mr. tropics and sub-tropical regions and Cough Si.,
immaterial as
that is as
roads well gasoline to
good as as run
'. goods home-baked bread, sugar cane, and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard at- I' there seems to be no reason why it edy betterthan: any other, wrlt
a etc. Chancey is concerned. tended the fair at Lake Butler last should not prove equally valuable in them.A E. Roberts,: Homer City, Pa. IIJ' J
syrup
ride in the harvest fields of
joy taken it oft and on for asj
r; A few poultry were exhibited in ENTERPRISE. Friday and Saturday.Mr. the Southern and Southwestern portions years '
this state is one of the most exhilarating -
the poultry'house, but not as many as Tom Starke spent Saturdayand of the United States, as a sub- has never'tailed to give the iss-
I 1 experiences that is available on '
tf there should have been. Rev. D. L. Phillips attended the Association Sunday in Jacksonville. stitute for or supplement to the po- this continent and one that would results For sale by all dealeainiiiiijimiiiimiiii

One of the most interesting exhib- I I of Baptist churches at La- Evangelist D. G. Bacon and Mr.J. tato and sweet potato. Indeed the
charm a tourist and convince a home- *
its was the school display. The work Crosse Friday and Saturday.Mr. C.; Hess were visitors to Starke on higher nitrogenous and starchy con-
seeker. A speedway lined with
= here showed skill and intelligence. H. S. Norman attended preach- Wednesday.Mr tents of the dasheen may make it grow- HULL'S PRICES.
and blooded stock is landscape
ing a -
exhibits of and Mrs. J. B. Prevatt of valuable article of dietas crops The prod
Not the least among the ing services at Lawtey last Sunday quite as an that one seldom tours in a lifetime following prices will
; 0 this class was the colored stall' morning. Wyoming, are the guests of relatives the more familiar potato is reg- tractive if:compared with others.
e l In mapping out automobile
where very creditable work was ex- Messrs. J. M. Norman, J. W. Ed- Lawtey this week. ions where it can be grown success' routes the Florida harvest fields I White CornWheat ________________ ft

{ hibited, among the best being the wards and T. B. Brembry attendedthe Mr. Paul Dinkins left last week for fully. The peculiar nutty flavor of should be prominent position. Brail. _____________i ;
given
free-hand maps. Central Association of Baptist Denver, Colorado where he will remain the tubers is very generally liked and Wheat Shorts _____________--=1 ;
not "See Rural America First"
E The entertainments began with a churches at LaCrosse Friday and Sat- for several weeks for. the bene- when properly cooked the young Why a? Molasses (Sweet Feed) _____.:.1 I

"Fiddlers' Convention." This took urday. fit of his health. leaves are an excellent substitute for campaign Victor Feed __________.___.;Jl

place in the grounds of the Masonic Mr. J. S. Norman attended the Mr. W. F. Godwin, of Jacksonville, spinach. ,St. Augustine "the quaintest city in White C1ip Ooats ________:i

Hall. The prizes were carried off by county fair at Lake Butler Saturday.Mr. was a visitor to Lawtey last thurs- It is also an economical food for the United States and the oldest city Grists, per back ____._._..__1

Cecil Cason, first prize; Oscar Crews, J. B. Brembry attended the fair day.Mr. it tan be grown as a summer crop in the United States" is the title ofa Yellow Onions, per peck ___;

j second prize. at Lake Butler Saturday. Tom Whitehead of Jacksonville ripening its tubers in October, in very attractive little booklet issued Jap Rice. .,',.---------- --'

this fair and Sunday in where the must be ._.-_______..____
There is no doubt but that Deputy U. S. Marshals Hagen and spent Saturday regions potato by the St. Augustine Chamber of Cracked Ric

r has come 'to stay. Farmers will Brown, of Jacksonville were profes- Lawtey with relatives.Mr. grown almost entirely as a spring Commerce and now being widely distributed Green Coffee _______________:

awaken to the fact that it will be a sional visitors here Thursday. Herman Thede, of Jacksonville crop. For this reason it is availablefor north east and west. The 'Best White ;Bacon .______

means of stimulating industry, and Mr. R. E. Hess visited here -Mon-- spent Sunday at the home of the table in the South at a time book is arranged} in a convenient size All purchases that are not ectir

-t calling attention to the county. There his Barents here. when northern grown potatoes must for the pocket, being the shape of a satisfactory 'may be adjusted to f

will be better plans next year, and a day.Mr.. C. C. Scaff visited at Dukes on Mr. John L. Stalsby was a visitorto be shipped in at comparatively high railroad folder, and is handsomely entire satisfaction by returning

greater interest on the part of those Sunday, he also attended the fair at Raiford last Saturday. prices.At printed with many excellent photo- goods to us.. Thanking you for;

who, should exhibit. Lake Butler Saturday.The Louis Leggett, of Jacksonville is the present time, however, the gravures reproduced in tints. Many patronage, and trusting that we i

t' An entertainment of music, step- revival meeting that Rev. D. visiting friends here this week. specialists in the department do not well known places are shown and pic- continue to ,&serve: you, we are, ;C

f dancing, etc., was another feature of L. Phillips has been conducting at the John Roberts, of Jacksonville, was recommend*the dasheen for .cultivation turesque bits of scenery in the neigh- Roars for service,
Hundreds of interested here for several of last week at in latitudes north of HULL'S DEPARTMENT SIDE
the fair. Enterprise school house was a grand days generally borhood of the city add to the attrac-
before the stand in the home of his father Mr. E. J. Carolinas. The dasheen has been
stood attend- the
spectators success. There was a good : tiveness of the book. The cover, in ++..++ II "IIIIIIIII It'
the park for two hours. ance all the week. On Thursday the Roberts. grown at a number of points much colors, shows scenes during the Poncede

An attempt is being made to forma patrons of the school spread dinner<<: Miss Mattie Stalsby left last Sat- farther north than this, but the re- Leon carnival and the annual mo- A in P Prit

fair company. Stocks are being sold with the school children. There were urday for Bradford to teach school. sults did not seem to indicate that it tor boat races. A list of the princi- Reduction:

to raise a capital of $5,000.00. good talks made on educational matters Mr. Charles Dinkins returned to would be a commercial success. It is pal hotels, with all needed informa-

About ten players of brass instru- : which were enjoyed by all pres- his duties as agent of the S. A. L. depot really a tropical plant and requires tion regarding location, size and therates' To friends-and trading p
ments have signified their willingnessto after a vacation of two months. rostless season of at least six months my
the
is given. The book is from fa
ent.Messrs. I wish to! call attention
be of brass band. We under- Eddie Hil- and longer. When this your
one a R. E. Hess and preferably requirement of
of the Record Company
PROVIDED FOR presses few low cost prices:
FUNDS
NO
stand that as far as possible the liard attended the fair at Lake But- is met the dasheen may be I andis very
Jacksonville
St Augustine, and The best white side meat,,H
city council will stand behind this. ler Saturday. They made the trip to INDIVIDUALS. grown successfully in any rich sandy a most creditable and interesting
]
a ; More power to them. Lake Butler Raiford in "Ankle" touring car. Washington, D. C., Oct. 29.-Many soil where there is plenty of moisture ,,ork.-Times-Union. per pound. ,,
Ham 21 cents.
r needs a band, and should have it. The Enterprise school is progres- letters are being received by the U. ; and heat. In the irrigated sec- : ;
.
r Jim Johnson, colored, conceived the sing nicely under the management of S. Department of Agriculture which tions of the Southwest there is reasonto UNDERHILL-DREW. Lard, 10 cents.
} 85 cents a doze
lb.
idea that picking cotton on his own Mr. C. C. Scaff.Following indicate that farm women in various believe that it will do well. 2 tomatoes,
3 lb. tomatoes, $1.00 a dozen.;
account was more profitable than is given the honor roll of sections of the country have come to Up to the present time the chief obstacle Mr. Allen Underhill, son of Mrs. A few children's shoes from

picking it for someone else; besides the Enterprise school for the month believe that the Government is about : to a more general introductionof Irvin Underhill, and Miss Ethel Drew,

t the dark hours of the night was more ending October 16th-Griffin Philips, I to assist them with grants of moneyto this root crop throughout the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Drew cents to,$1.00 a pair.

4 pleasant than in the noon day sun. Leona Crews, Clinton Rowe, Alice,Tyler individuals. This unfortunate mis- South has been the lack of knowledgeof were united in marriage, in the presence '- Starch Pickles, 50 fresh cents stock a dozen., $1.00 a do

Jim forgot to get the necessary per- Marion Thompson. take which, it is feared, will be the it on the part of the consumer and of a few relatives and friends, ,

A -, mission. In fact, he didn't think that cause of considerable disappointmentover i as a consequence, the very limited de by Rev. L. W. Kickliter, at the lat- bottles.
,. necessary, for who should know that GRAHAM. the country,-'appears' to have mand. A forthcoming circular pub- ter's home, on Thursday, October 22. Meal, 9) pounds, 25 cents.

he was the picker? Mr. Howard find- arisen through a misunderstanding of lished by the department of agriculture The young couple will begin house- Grits, 9 pounds, 24 cents. poi

;' ing a considerable amount of his cotton Overcoats are in demand here now. the Smith-Lever act recently passed under the title "The Dasheen A keeping at once on a farm belongingto Pure coffee, 25 cents per

missing set about to trace its destination Revival services began at the i by Congress. Under this act funds Root Crop for the South',, contains th e groom's mother and have the Parched and ground. barrel.

so with some difficulty he Christian church here on Monday and. contributed both by the federal and additional information for the pros- best wishes of their many friends. Good flour, $6.00 per sack.

followed the footsteps Jim. He already large crowds are in attend- state governments are made availablefor pective grower and a number of use- Pure shorts, $1.75 per

then telephoned to Deputy Sheriff ance. Services are conducted by Rev. practical demonstration' work in i ful recipes for preparing the vegetable. Rev. L W. Kickliter left! today for Oats, $2.05 per sack.

>' Dowling who in the dark hours of John Mullady, pastor of the Chris- agriculture and home economics. Experts These are well within the rangeof Thomas Creek near Callahan, where Beet pulp, $1.75 per sack. *

i' the morning came in and apprehendedMr. tian church at Hampton. The meeting from the Agricultural Collages any competent cook and should he will conduct a series of revival Cotton seed meal, $1.65 per

Johnsing.The will continue for two weeks. Everybody -I. and county agents both men and provide an agreeable novelty for the I I meetings. No. 1 timothy hay, $U5 per

judge at Starke thought Jim's invited. women are to show farmers and farm family table. On account of the acrid pounds. W
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cotton picking worth $300, but Jim, I It is expected that Hon. J. B. Crews women the value of modern methods principle that characterizes almost all Printing Office Ciall IJe'J. Any. five cent package,

s. will fill the pulpit at Hampton next in agriculture and housekeeping, and plants of this family, however care There must IH Mime ym\i>'M;: eon cents. V
t II Sunday and and Theressa, as their I I demonstrate the use of laborsavingdevices. should be taken never to taste the versatious In a newspaper| | roniimslu!: 5 pounds good ground coffee

Broncnial j regular pastor is in the meeting here. The purpose of the act are leaves or even the tubers while raw. room.work acitmliir.In a iTintinjr to :ot i !.Mainir l't11I11]man who who
I I II Ij Mr. and Mrs J. R. Bevil were busi- tl'us entirely educational; and thre: A teaspoonful of sal soda in each clares that dialogues; like! the follow Meal, $2.10 per bargain gJILCARTER

V j I I, ness visitors to Hampton Wednesdayof are no provisions whatever for direct quart of water used in preparing the lug are of frtgllentoteurreuer: When you want a ,

I, / Coughs I I Ir' this week. financial assistance. vegetable will keep the hands from Foreman of tilt! > Ofuiv-Hrown. what -

The singing class taught by Mr. This demonstration work which being affected by the irritant that is are you doing now?

\ He prostrating and Mrs. E. C. Perry is getting along the Smith-Lever act is designed to I II also found in the outer part of the ComimsUor-I'm finishing -Setting a :
nicely. We believe the lessons will House on Fire:" most done.l'ort."UlaDWbat'g .
cough tears downyour promote has already met with considerable tuber. -
i prove of great benefit to those who success in the states whereit Jones about? Whole Syste
Toned Up
strength.airtnbes I Compositor-He's finishing that "A w-
I are attending the class. has been started, but the additional ACCIDENTALLY KILLED.. ful Murder"ForemanTell i "Chamberlain's Tablets have
1\e c1oaet1 directly al. Messrs. and Thorpe who dared
Barry
.! funds now available will greatly increase him to hurry it up more for me than I ever
feet,.flap and speedily lead topIeariq work in conjunction with Mr. and Mrs. I! its efficiency. To avail themselves Alachua Oct. 28.-Spencer Howington and take bold of this "Runaway !, for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae

pneumonia, consumption.SCOTTS I Perry spent a day and night here to the full of its possibilities son of R. 0. Howington, who lives Horse." Morse, what have you on Spencerport, N. Y. "I used I

EMULSION overcomes this week. They are on their way to ,the department officials recommend about six miles west of here, shot and band? bottles of these tablets a few
: bronchitis in an easy. natural way. I Lakeland where they hope to organize Morse" olid Men of Boston." mete
Its curative OIL-FOOD soothes the that farm women form local clubsand killed his brother, Mark, Tuesday ago. They not only cured
inflamed membranes, relieves the I a class. I then communicate with the morning. Spencer Howington had Foreman be sure and put ious attacks, sick headaches and

i cold that causes the trouble to, Invigorating to the Pale and Sfckly county agent or the state agricultural just returned from Jacksonville wherz with them of in A Warm small raps\Tinter.Youtb'sCompanlon. and then get busy tired out feeling, but toned! !L

and every drop helps college. In this way it will often be he had been employed and brought his whole system:' For sale by aU
i strengthen your lungs. The Old Standard general strengthening tonic
I, All DrwnWe Hlt' GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out possible to secure a visit from the brother Mark a small .22-calibre ri- ,rj
MaUna.ennche the blood.and builds nptlie sys from the home Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Get our prices for printing
fle. while the
1444 MEFUSB SUBSllWIlS tem. A true topic For adnlts and children SOc county agent or eco- Tuesday morning boys
-, r Read the Telegraph-fl.50 a year. nomics expert. were dressing for breakfast, Mark dead tad 03'lJ qd-eJ2al".L will get your orders.
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