Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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1879. Subscription-Per Year, $1.50; Six Months, 75 Cents., Payable In,.Advance. .
E. S. Matthews, Editor and ,Proprietor. '

k ME XXXVI. STARKE, FLORIDA, Friday, November 6th, 1914. 1




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;(BERSHIP:' CAMPAIGN -No.,1" FATHER There has been a decided improve- the opening exercises of the school 'FLEW THE COOP AGAIN I ISEVERALIMPORTANTCASES'- ||+ fAt f

H, ment in the music rendered 2ach Rev. W. A. Ferrell has been present i

|':'r.Special. Effort Now Has A Home morning at the morning exercises and every Monday morning since the be- F. N. Andrews Jumps His Bond I r Least Three Murder J
ginning of the Trials
And present session 'i
.1y To Baby. the interest of the whole school in and And I
opened our school with devotional I
singing has increased since the exercises Will Be Heard During a
new and ai
Club. the following interesting gave the school a short jjljj|t
ii from the Corry (Pa.) piano has been placed on the ros talk that was highly appreciated.The The Bradford county authoritiesand This Term. ': i i

:: : trum. We would not be surprised if school was favored with 'a vis- the three men who signed bond I I r )
.Jan'our for his ,
d \.. school Oct. 29.-The man who for Drayton Colley, Rawson Davis, Ban it Tuesday morning from Rev. L. W. appearance before the circuit ,. ._
|flourish, or shall lived the life of a tramp Rape and Allen Canova would be offered Kickliter, chairman of the county court here this week are again anx- The fall term of the .\Bradford J

f onl death necessity, but because of a contract by the Alkahest Ly school board. Mr. Kickliter gave the ious about the whereabouts of F. N. county circuit court convpufj here on I f

i,jsisam of its which he called "Wander ceum as a'quartette. Their renditionof pupils a talk on the true purpose and Andrews, ex-treasurer of this county, Monday at 10 o'clock, Judge J. T. i
4 iflii i is the VItal. finally settled in Erie just Old Black Joe and Suwannee River object of school life. We wish,, that who took French leave last Saturday.On Wills presiding ,and State 'tAttorney Hjlll
aI f Ji ;ita few Perry' Centennial week last is especially good. more of our friends'and the patronsof account of a shortage in the A. V. Long representing the State 4- llllfl,,

':'"e'troublsome who was married to an Er- Elzie, Fonida Nettie and Allen the school would follow the exam- funds entrusted to his care as county of Florida., 1 j T

!1tOi the.afternoon in January, has become a Moody, from Brooker, entered school. ple of Mr. Kickliter and visit our: treasurer and some other questionable The following grand jury was qual- 1- '
r,tho club held A daughter was born at St. this week. Elzie and Fonida entered: school when opportunity presented it- I transactions Andrews left home sud- wed: F. P. Odom, chairman; W. E. : t

f h I Meeting in the Hospital Wednesday morn- the eighth grade; Nettie, the fifthAl- self. Mr. Kickliter and Mr. Stokes, denly a'few weeks ago. His affairs Loadholtz, W. B. Brannen E, D. Bennett f.

.-" "ejpt of its and Mrs. Leon Ray liv- len, the fourth. Neal,Langford, who another member of the county board were investigated and a disceprancy W. B.Kuhl, S.' R. OstEt, M. C. i

refs It was decided 246 East Sixth street. has been in the Jasper school for the were present. Thursday morning and of about $1,000 was discovered in his Croft D. J. Phillips,.F.,M. Chancey, .

}Jb-which to institute his marriage in January past two months returned to Starke, spent several hours with us. accounts. A reward was offered for H. M. McRae, J. E. Waters, 0. A.

"...'f 'membership; people have become ac- entering the eighth grade. The McRae children have the sym- his apprehension and he was arrestedin Thomas, J. E; Adkins, O.iTison, R t .

s iL .... to the with the man who made a In making out the monthly reportsfor pathy of the entire school in the deathof Birmingham two weeks ago and M. Cason, David Dyal ,J. E. Douglass .

f'_. 'forward to the himself as a "hobo" and the first month of school Prof. their grandfather. All of the Mc- brought back to Starke. He was re- | and Jackson Murphy. f i
I tilt very best of Rae leased under bond. Shortly after his Civil Docket i '.
to find none of the Kean informs the school that the attended the funeral and '
fiens.Ha traits in the man. Always a general average of the school was burial at the family burial grounds. release it was discovered that the The. following cases onjjthe civil ; ;i

.,,., doubt" many of gentleman and a most desir over 91 per cent. This is a very good ,The L. T. L. met in the auditorium shortage in his accounts totaled at docket were disposed of: :JJ; .;
why such a in every way Mr. Living record and if it could be kept up for last Tuesday. This is a temperance least $3,500. It is thought that An- W. B. Johnson, Co., corporation, vs: .
.! We have I(I drews realized he could not raise that E. Lemmon, assumpsit damages $750.
the organization
"' made many friends here. entire eight months of the school composed of school children ,
'Ire' active in the he spent practically all term it would make the Bradford and under the management of much money and decided to make an- Said cause net at issue. Defendants '

-,bership.[ The "on the road" as he termed High School the Banner school of Miss Lois Peek is doing good work. other effort to escape. He disappeared demurred to plea of this ruljj day.,

I shall Livingston has never wished Florida. The Ladies' Musical Club gave an last Saturday. Gainesville Hardware Copy,corporation '
kit. entertainment Andrews is 35 years old 6 feet tall, vs. Starke Lumber Co., ssumpsit i
his home, since he met and While athletics are not stressedas consisting of vocal and
i 'nt'of Women's Miss Mary Abigail Trohoski much as regular school work, that instrumental music. The small ad- dark complexion broad, full face, damages $500. Continued'by con-

'bilities, in His home on East Sixth is, the major part of school life is not mission fee of ten cents was charg- high cheek bones, dark eyes, small sent. : 3
of. the Ladies' r crease in the center of his lower lip. Ocala Fertilizer Co., corporation,
always been a happy one, centered in sports, yet the faculty of
L Wood, of the ed.The He smokes cigarettes continually and vs. A. S. Strickland, assuicp?it dam- ,
eccentric man cannot under- our school encourages all legitimate Literary Society had an inter-
I'N I'i:tiea i of Women's how he happened to spend games. And we are glad to state the I esting meeting last Friday afternoon.The is an inveterate talker and ,a good ages $200. Judgment for 14C.85 and ,

I't \irsb to say: years roaming about the first boot ball game of the season was subject for debate was, "Resolved mixer. attorney's fees. I
11 J i; "Women's Clubs E. A. Kennedy vs. J. L. Wallace et ,
without that the
realizing what he a success, and Coach Ted :Halligan United States Should Use ROBBED ,
|'nrj large measure in not having a home. will soon have his players in such con- Armed Force to Settle the Mexican OF $565. al, ejectment. Judgment on default .

!in aft:expecting of 1" has devoted all his time dition that they will be able to meet i Revolution." The affirmative won. James Rosenhein Shoe ('.0., corporation -

imning' public became a resident of this a team from town. Coach Halligan, The speech of Arch Thomas was es- Some enterprising' thief pried open vs. E. Douglass. Fin' judgment ,, f
the cash box in
sentiment for be C. P. Cason's drug *
A31'v writing books, the fifth one like all good coaches, has absolutely 'pecially good, showing much thoughtand store 0 .
is off the reading.Rev. early last Friday evening and S. G. Smith et al vs. Emma: Cly- ..
now tabooed
press. cigarettes.
I j doing abstracted a bloated roll of bank I
:> flAey"-are
i\\> it was a girl," said the The faculty and the pupils, of the Mr. Du Moulin, the new Epis att.,jssumpsit damages $ 60.- Judgment : ; 1
i ,are creating rambler. "Had it been a boy High School very much appreciate copal rector, was a visitor at,the open- escape. -, 'Si
I hamlet a'new amount taken was $565. The theft cora
always'have held the fear the visits of the pastors of.Starke At ing exercises Thursday morning. The Dollar Savings Bank Cop tt4
|wwnen; and a new run away and lead such : occurred about supper time. Shortly I poration, ,vs. ,E. B. Dee's, ass-onpeit, ., :,
(.vomsa.meana a new I led for so long." before Mr. Casoji went to supper the i damaged Judgment. | I :. '
tie tome; and a our attention. Our mayor and coun- making a last desperate stand for the money was in its usual place, but I Nemours Powder' Co., corporation, ;

fee,home means a We Fall," is as true cil stand ready to help us in all this school and civic happiness and wel- : shortly after supper it was not there. vs. Southern Turpentine ,Co., orpor- .
t1s children> ,'a new the sense of club life, as it good work. We need a rest room for fare of our children and children's Mr. Cason has suspicions as to the ation, damages. Final Judgment for *i

1 3 -band*. If we in the original use as to our farmers' wives' and children that they children. identity of the thief. In fact he I $3.. 01.50.and 'costs. ''\ "' ".

< tWI end, even in the government. may find in. Starke the personal supervision The club meets on the afternoon of says he knows it was a Democrat who True Bills. ',' f 'iUJj i

-J U bifcooTes us, the there seems to be so few of for their comfort that will Wednesday, November 11th, at three took the money, because if it had I The grand jury f und"tru ... 4. movement, to realize that, as Mrs. Wood make them want to bring their shopping o'clock in the rooms of the council, been a Republican he would have ta- against following_ persons: \:: "", i I I'

:'DtOf ways and to lay expresses it, "A chain. problems to be solved, at the who have so graciously granted us ken the small change, cash boo: and I! F. N. Andrews, embezzlement five r
Of i iodare.: r than its weakest link."I many excellent establishments of our the privilege. alL counts. :. 'I .

afn. E'N r. are these individual club we have no splendid merchants. The board of Wives, mothers, homemakers of The roll of bills taken was Mr. I T. R. Canova, aggravated assault\: ',.> i

.fey tu.creat. to weaken "the chain" by I trade stand with us in this, as well Starke, this is your opportunity-"A Cason's favorite roll. He thought a The case of F. N. Andrews was -' I
e*; they are to R"A as all the church societies of our nation can rise no higher than its great deal of it Sometimes he would t first called. Defendant failed to appear ; : J

.> large,or small, of us, too, have not the town. Then why hesitate? women." tie a string around it and lead it down i l and his bond was estreated. 'J I''
J"If" it be true of our convictions. It is so '"Civic Housekeeping" is only ordi A Friend of the Hub. the sidewalk for exercise, and at oth- T. R. Canova, aggravated assault '

,than its to the majority while a tAll housekeeping on a large scale. er times he would carry it around on not guilty. .'I' '0 : 1 '

dob'movement meeting then go home, admit that woman is supreme ruler WILL HANG NOY. 27 the street in his arms to give it fresh Dave Williams, grand fctceny', \' ', S
"(titt"' merits of the ee over with our husbands, or over home-keeping problems. If air. He would often proudly show it pleaded guilty. f I 1
I ,community a neighbor, neither of she is best fitted to judge what is to his friends, but- Scherly Price, entering without '
Date Set By Governor For Exe-
tbt: great her children in the home, .
,< or cares, but has dif best for breaking ? '
pleaded guitly. .- i
fecity.jlke change our mind and why should she not,best guide whatis cution of Will Moore. KILLING AT WORTHINGTON. breaking, pleaded guilty. t j
foundations the result best for them outside of the home? -- wife, pleaded guilty. ,

m sometimes' resolutions! My dear club Shall we guard our children from ill Friday, November 27, between the Deputy Sheriff J. B. Dowling, of James Mazyoke enterinc without .'. w

fumed, where at when you have passed a res- health and evil influences in the home hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock Lake Butler, was in Starke Thursdayto breaking, pleaded guilty. i .t i i
"'- .' meeting the you have only just bcjgun. only to have all our endeavors put I p. m., is the time set by Governor i procure a warrant for the arrestof A. L. Smith, desertion of wif', not ., I I'1 1
I .wed to gain in each and every term, to flight the hour they reach the Trammell for the execution of Will Lowell Ware for the killing of Mo- .' .

;Irt.ten,formed, is to by a definite action if re street? 'I can hear some one say Moore for the murder of W. T. An- ley Weeks, colored, and wounding an guilty.Jeff Lee, assault with intent to I ,

social function to be had. now, "Yes, but we should so rear drews at Raiford last spring. unknown colored man at Worthington murder, pleaded not guilty. .' ,I';

o. c' 3 men will be thing, a leading fault is them in the home that they will be The death warrant, signed and Springs Sunday morning.Mr. No Bills | J

Jdigiously excluded. of attendance at meet- immune to the influences of the sealed, was received by Sheriff S. B. Dowling says it is alleged that No bills were found in the cases. cf '
'oral Ides which must be seems so easy to forget the streets." My dear father and mother, Denmark last Friday. Moore learned Ware had had difficulty with the un- Allen High and Hardee Wilson. .

I;&)r:u an's club is day or perchance, hatch up have you tried that? Have you stop- of his doom Saturday morning. known negro a short time before the Court adjourned to Thursday morn-: j,

d ,tempt to make of excuse for staying away. ped to consider that the average man Sheriff Denmark went to his cell Sat- killing, which occurred at a colored ., f

:wit clique is the I do go, drop in at 3:30 or and boy spend a good two-thirds of urday morning and in the presence of campmeeting. Witnesses testified atcoroner's ing.Court convened Thursday morning iI t 3
jtht most dangerous. the hour is set at 3. Yet in- his time in the street, office or business a few witnesses read the death warrant inquest that Ware came to and adjourned to Friday moniirfe to "fallow i

1 Tke club of today f and lack of real interest place, where he meets multitud- to the doomed man. Moore listened the camp and began deliberately to the grand jury time to comf Jete
.wthisive dub shoot at the unknown but miss
this. Men that the negro, i
unil are more pun inous influences average man breathlessly to the reading and its investigations. i!
.*ows neither ed him and fatally wounded Weeks l,
matters than withstand
women. or boy finds difficult to regardless gazed in a fascinated manner at the '
.&w, a club' one great reason why they of the home influence of the legal document with its solemn black who was sitting a few feet beyondthe MUSICAL CONCERT. S ',. { 1 1 ,
;:gl leader used to more. unknow negro. In all Ware fired ., { .
two. f
ribbons and
one or glistening, golden seal. r
:Rromen"! to four shots ,two missing, one strikingthe The Civic and Musical Clubs fir> ;
past years the "Mother's Then how are we to provide clean After the warrant had been read to : ,. I
*ec'or' later, a a wonderful work in our food for those in the home if wo can him Moore sighed and said, "All unknown and one killing Weeks. planning an evening of rare entertainment f" ,

thM'to* them, in will deny the fact Yet have no voice in regard to the foods. right, sir. I have nothing to say. The coroner's jury rendered a verdictof for the people of Starke, onvjhe; ; j : j

r .: there will faults, limited its develop being properly handled by producer, Pray for me." accidental killing. evening of Friday, November 1.h, j" 1.
pet, frt tf whether this finally it was found to manufacturer and merchant before it Moore was then informed by the when Prof. J. Oscar :Miller of the "
K:&; for nation DEATH OF MRS. ISAAC ED- of Music of Gainesville! "
in the Conservatory ,
hopes of all
toe gaining a comes to our table? We are moreor jailer, Deputy Sheriff W .W. Baisden, j
*II to the bi e Its,women, I scope of interest and thus less dependent on these for our that' anything withiiTreason would be WARDS. will give a splendid concert in the n 1W ;

'tn reality a la power. That the idea was not food supply and as the custodian of done for his comfort'during his last auditorium. J
, thi Ipmsed, for failure is evidenced by the the daily fare in the home, should days. I Mrs. Isaac Edwards died Friday Prof. Miller will e ably assisted \y ;

.i.k ,. t oecor to the civic department last not mothers and house wives have a : night, October 30, of stomach trou- I Mrs. Miller, a pianist and accompanist : .

,Paesa:must' ; .i with increased duties, hearing at court? ble complicated with malaria fever, of unusual ability, also }fis'e, | .
6a. "Mtrt. .,do. it by are needed, and soon All these questions are rightly NOTICE. at the age of 61 years. Funeral ser- terson, concert pianist and solojft. !
M broad vices were conducted at the home Prof. violinist and baritone is '
o. evident that only those, handled by the Woman's Club, if on Miller ;
woman is exceptions, who were instru the alone A number of volumes are missing Sunday by Rev. W. F. Malphurs and I director of music at the Univerei'T t tof
ae a- handled at all. For reason
to L ff' ,lex and the old club,'were carrying here stated, all wives and mothers of from the school library and we take the body was laid to rest in Prevatt Florida. ,J
this the
i lift of the new responsibilities and the Starke should band themselves to- means asking parents to cemetery. I I Reserved seat tickets will go n '
bit ,at help us make a search for them in Miss Emma of
.. too heavy. of their Wynn sale _at Mitchell's Drug Store Wedne-
gether for the protection
\', 1i :' having been of no avail. Lake Butler. During the civil will reserved seats 50-.
/Loyalty work for. A beautiful new own.That: the road is long and hard and near be 35 cents; i
dab'must.be to be made active We are always glad to have the war she lived with relatives in Geor- :I Special rate for school children, i3 i icents.
more bound !
the path quite rock no
: library made use of and glad, too,
,1ai.'It I; by grounds of a gia and returned to Bradford county '
each and
correspond- member will deny. But ev-
.. 0 .wty dub I A splendid library well if for the books to be carried to the va- after the war. She was united inj I, On this occasion the new auditorium .
woman will assure you you
ery rious homes, provided they are read }
bt: been'so be completed for the edu- should ask her, that'the reward will marriage with Mr. Isaac Edwards on in our $30,000 school buildinr
,D1 :a.whole our ourselves and children and returned.It November 4, 1877. To this union were ;will be used for the first time as wi'J .
; be worth the effortI
$,... ,by, but by no means the least this is writ- will be a very great favor if born six children five boys and one aslo the new Chickering baby grarj .
It is in that spirit that
1 1! of letting the parents will take the precaution to girl. One boy, Arthur De Lee, is piano bought by the clubs. ;
building built for the those
ten in the that not only
.. d&'l. t should be adequately fur- whose; hope already enrolled, but see these books returned. dead, and four boys ,P. S., W. M., H. Everybody interested in our echoJ'
'Ii.\ .. ,rWe are names are School Committee of School L., and A. H. Edwards, and one or who enjoys music should be ou'
&: those whose should be enrolled
K : names and Civic Club. daughter, Mrs. D. M. Riggs, of Jack- on this occasion. I
"civic work.
t. Streets
that in the reading
and read and
., .JaI '.-_" I may see sonville, the husband and numerous The program will be varied and al?
':- plainly the results of our and seeing take heart and come to The dead beat is one of the principal other relatives are left to mourn the are guaranteed an excellent evening'sentertainment.
';.; :.#.. 'f t''ear, are.again in need. of, the aid of'these noble few,'who are !
;>(.<::.. It'!;}.1. : I causes of the high cost of living. loss of this good wife and Bother. J ,h

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GROWING THE + GAME I LA WSOFSTATEOFFI Have You Poultry Troubles ? ''
o't Cure the liver and you cure the bird. Nearly !
j + TO THE SEA. aD poultry troubles are due to a disordered liver. S Toe It ,
j. .. WINTER OATS + + ,, t Nervous? Thousands of poultry! raisers who use it all year P h IJLTRY MEDICINE f
e splendid one br :
.++++ IM 11111111111 ++*** 0 round to keep their flocks in good health, highly trbabk rose sad tltickn bra &
t ., I recommend cholera, OiVCII ftlllWtJ '-<
'I -' It owes its virtues to the behaviorof Licenses are required for all hunt- Mrs. Walter Vincent, 4 With the Iced in Ima/I/ I

_ L ..' -. Washington, D. C, Nov.,5*:-Every water shone 'upon by the summer ing in the state of Florida and may be of Pleasant Hill, N. C., I" STOCK &: POULTRY oceUenrtonic.doses, it also makciu I
writes: "For three sum- B ee De e f.
n, : southern farmer should grow enough sun. A great fact about water is thatit obtained from the county judge, and I mere I suffered from II' MEDICINE Pura4trila Stowe.

I, oats to feed his work stock during at will licenses only give the right to hunt 0 I

is opaque to heat tlervtlusnessdreadtul II It's a liver Medicine. r-
least of the In addition from Nevember 20, to February 20, in- I 2lit.5Oc and $1. s
: a portion year. not let them through and by ab pains in my back andsides c Also Tonic. ; per tb. ?
pass a strengthlng
t clusive. To hunt in the county in ,Atyonr tola's.
and weak p
feed at sinking
to furnishing grain @ I@
r* Vit- Y becomes heated itself. Thatis !
sorbing which the license is issued, the state spells. Three bottles of I '}:1o"
't .
less cost than it can purchased,
=j what the sea does. Water can taken requires a fee of $1.00; to hunt in as Car d a I, the woman's J.' ;

;, fall-sown oats prevent, the washing of an enormous amount of heat. Thisit many counties as one likes a State license @I tonic relieved me entire- @ -4

the soil by which much fertility is does not only by absorbing radiations is provided at a cost to the } ly. 1 feel like another ------t

frequently lost. There is still time '''I' from the sun but by conductionof hunter of $3.00; and for non-residents @I person, now." I CO-OPERATIVE ,

to sow winter oats in the Gulf States heat from the air which is above it. i1 '$15.00 license is required.The } TAKE SEEDS

i though this work should be done at All through the summer the sea is game birds designated by the @: ,

-' once if good results are to be obtained. getting warmer partly by absorbing act of 1913 are swans, geese brant >J MARKETING. We can filj your order im

I, .According to specialists of the the radiations which strike it from and river and sea ducks; rail coots Cardui d mediately | for new crop I

United States Department of Agriculture the sun and partly by the passage oi mud hens and gallinules; shore birds, of all varieties of I '
oats sown in the southern states heat into it from the air. This means plovers, surf birds snipe woodcock A System That Will Benefit i ;
' during October or the first half of November that the air is cooler and being cooler sandpiper tattler and curlew; wild BERMUDA ONION SEED

v, i ,- may be expected to produce at flows over the land inward be turkey grouse pheasant quail and fJ., TIle Woman's TonIc Growers and Shippers. I ONION SETS TURNIP SEED i!f

least twice the yield of grain obtained neath the hotter air which is not yet turtle dove. @Ijorover @ CABBAGE SEED I

from spring seeding. cooled. Thus we owe to the sea our The open season on wild turkey gob- 50 years, OATS ;
The Southern
blers quail turtle doves swans, ).t Cardui has been helping Express Company RYE i; ETC I.R Ri
Winter be land
grain may sown on mild summer. What it amounts to is @I to relieve women's tmQ with its four thousand offices throughout I

,, which produced a crop of cotton cornI' this: That in the summer there is too geese brant ducks rail coots, mud ,, necessary pains an.dO' _/ the South, has inaugurated a sys- Complete stock of garden and I

or cowpeas the past summer: If this much heat, and the sea steadily takes hens, sandpipers curlews snipe and building weak women up l@i tem of co-operative marketing which I I field seeds poultry feed and .>-

]land.has not already been plowed it up the excess so that we do not suf- plover from November 20 to February to health and strength. means much to the dealers shippersand I supplies, incubators, etc.

,1 will be better to make the surface fer. That is not all. Nothing is lost. 20.Ruffled It will do the same for growers of Florida.In WRITE FOR OUR FALL CATALOG l'

c soil fine and ,loose with the disk or The radiations which the sea absorbed grouse or pheasants Mongolian @Iyou.ifgivenafait trial. an effort to bring the dealer AND WEEKLY PRICE 'J
drag harrow than to delay seeding by Chinese or English pheasants, I don't wait but I
in the summer and the other kind of ) So begin iI shipper and grower into closer contact LIST ON POULTRY FEED.&c '
i plowing now. Better results are ob heat conducted to it from the air and all imported game birds are protected @I taking Cardui today for with the consumer this companyhas .,

; tained from sowing with the drill than above it must all be accounecd for. up to December 1, 1915, and its use cannot harm you, compiled four 'most attractive

;. '. from broadcast seeding though if a The first result is that the sea gets thereafter a thirty day open seasonon \, and should surely do you booklets on the following subjects: OLDEST ESTABLISHED AM liEfr '
I is established from No- good. E72GEN.J.J.DICKISON EST SEED BOUSE IN FLOilDiUJarlinSeedCfl
the seed pheasants
drill is not available sowing warmer and warmer through the sum- tcQnO List of dealers in and shippers and

broadcast on well-prepared land mer. Everyone who bathes in the sea vember 20 to December 20. I of oranges, lemons limes
usually results in a good stand. If: -and everyone should who gets the Traps,snares, deadfalls baiting and @ Je @iP*0 pineapples, etc. on the lines of the 'I i

the preceding crop was well fertilized chance-knows that the sea is not at poisoning of game birds night hunt- Southern Express Company; another ,,

100 to 200 pounds of acid phosphate its hottest in mid-summer but sever- ing, and hunting on Sunday is pro- pamphlet containing information with .

t,, will be all that the oats require this al weeks later in South Florida about hibited by the state laws. reference to fish, oysters shrimp No. 206 East Bay St.,

> J fall though a little nitrate of soda the last of October long after the sun The open season to hunt deer is the crabs and clams; another on butter Jacksonville Florida"-::

will help the fall growth especially has lost his greatest power. Msn same as that for quails from Novem- eggs and poultry and still another on | ,

,', if the soil is not already well supplied have swam in the sea over twenty- ber 20 to February 20. The use of -' fruit and vegetables. ___ ,
'i r t t t ',' with'nitrogen from the growing ofcowpeas four hours without getting out which artificial lights in deer hunting is also The local camp of United Confede- These pamphlets give the names of ..

4 I .." or some other legume. AI' they could not do if the water was prohibited. The squirrel season is rate Veterans is named after Gen. J. the shippers and postoffice address COFFINS, CASKETS ,
from November 20 to February 20. J. Dickison of whom Dixie said last And a;run Line of : :
of 50 to 100 pounds of:
: top dressing not very warm. The sea gets cold in the products to be shipped, and during
nitrate of soda when growth The quantity. of game is limited bylaw week: Undertaker, Supplies :
r applied the latter part of the ,winter but of what :are made.
season shipments
+ ; ,
b.. I I : starts in the spring will greatly increase course not so cold around Florida as to one deer to a person, two tur- General J. J." Dickison, the "Ma The pamphlets set out this information Always on h&nd..The best ser : -:

'. I : the yield. further north. The sea gets warmer keys, twenty quail or twentyfivebirds rion of.Florida. in most comprehensive style not rice at the lowest prices. t3poo1&1 :; x

4 ,: J The variety of winter oats most after mid-summer and all the time it of any other species in ont day No man in the Confederacy achieved proved vic- only for the state of Florida, but for attention to Telegraph Orden. I
: f ', 1! t commonly grown in.the South is Red is making summer bearable. But as and to three buck deer five turkey more daring-none more every state through which the Southern "
+ r' i' Rustproof. Appler, Lawson Hundred winter begins to the gobblers or five hundred of any other tories. General Dickisoh's name Registered Embalmer :
I .. come sun greatly will live in history. Leading his sol Express Company operates from
bushel Bancroft and Cook are se- loses his power and the laws of heat game bird species during the open Louisiana to Virginia.The .
diers, he engaged in combats that
lections strains of Red Rustproof season. DeWlTT' C. JONES
: or begin to work another way. Heat pamphlets are placed in the
seemed but he vic-
f. '
.* w which are said to be particularly val must flow from The sale of game is prohibited as > '
away the hottest to torious.As hands of the agents at the large dis Succour to G.C Livingston LIt Co. .
uable in some'localities.. The Fult the coldest, whichever is hotter and is hunting without a license or ship-
in the
captain of the Second Florida tributing points territory cov Starke, Fla. ;
.,, ghum is a promising new variety whichever is colder and just as it I,. ping the game from place to place Cavalry early in the he distinguished ered by the company and on the front I I I I

, Jt : 1 which matures a week or ten daysm had to flow from the air to the sea within the state or to a point out of himself in raids war against the .page of the publications there is writ- -

; earlier than the Red Rustproof,' and when the air was hotter so it must the state.
the ten "agents cannot more effectvely so +**+* 11111' 1I111I1I ++f++
!i\ i 1.t usually produces as much or more flow from the sea to the air when the State laws also protect the robin enemy tine. One of the vicinity most of audacious St. Augus-and licit business than by creating it thru + *.

& :i grain. :As the kernels' all these sea is hotter. So all through the win prohibit the use of firearms on Sunday the placing of consumers'or dealersin + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. *
brilliant exploits of the Civil War
; t :varieties are large, from 2 1-2(to 3 ter the sea is pouring back to the air prohibit the killing or capture ofa direct communication with producers. + +
when General Dickison marched
.. r- 1-2 bushels should be to the acre. sea cow or manatee, except with was +
: sown the heat which it stored up duringthe ." FThe following schedule is +

I t j The smaller quantity'sufficient if summer. So just as summer was permit from the county commissionersand through in a Florida country, occupied capturing by the The Southern Express Company is + now in effect: #

: ; the seed is drilled early well-pre- then only for scientific enemy many + No. 3 Jacksonville +
_' t on not too hot winter is not too cold. purposes, prisoners and withoutthe conducting an extensive campaign in to Tam

\ pared land while three bushels or Florida depends.upon the sea and the prohibits the catching of beavers ex loss of wagons a single man.guns the interest of its service laying spe + pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. +

t' .. i more are needed ..when the seed i is laws of heat for her fine climate, with cept from November 1, to February General Dickison loved his cial stress upon the features enume + No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam t

sown broadcast latr in the season. The all its means for the health and success 1, prohibits the killing capturing or followed was him by rated herewith and the first of the + pa, due at Starke 11:14 P. M. *
men. throughout
.,,,, c :Winter Turf or Virginia Gray is a of human life. What means to molesting of the loggerhead and the conflict with undaunted series of advertisements to be run by + No. 15, Jacksonville to Ce- +' .

I : very hardy variety which is valuablei' be surrounded at no very great dis- green turtles during the period from Federal vessels were disabled courage.on the this company along appears elsewherein + dar Key, due\ at Starke 4:49' t

; for pasture or hay production but tance by water which absorbs radiant May 1 to September 1. this issue. + P. M. j +
St Johns river and with small force
a + No. 4 to Jackson- +
,' which does not yield as much grain in Tatripa
heat be understood if look!
can we This campaign promises to do
Rust Despondency Due to Indigestion. he overpowered the enemy at various + ville, due at Starke 3:49 P. M. +
the Red
the southern states
's as
j at what happens in other parts of the much toward enlarging the market for
1 small size It is not at all surprising that per- points. + No. 2, Tampa to Jackson- +
On account of the
+ proof. world where the state of things is different sons who have indigestion become discouraged Dickison the be Florida products in the nearby states. + +
; protected territory vine due at f ke'4:54 A. M.
r of the kernels only 1 1-2 bushels of.. Let that
..' ;. us suppose I. and despondent. Here area tween Gainesville and Baldwin with + No. 14, Cefiar Key to Jack- +
V: seed of this variety are required.'
Q remained just as it is, but instead of few words "of hope and cheer for but 180 cavalry an infantry of 90 FINDING THE WAY OUT.An + sonville, due 'at Starke 9:21 +

ANOTHER-BREED OF PARA the water around it there were put them by Mrs. Blanche Bowers ;'Indiana new recruits and a number of citizens + A.M. +

SITES. an extensive bank of dry sand and Pa. "For years my digestionwas organized by Judge Thomas F. King. interesting story is told of how + f

ux.. I w make a desert. Instead of absorbingthe so poor that I could only the Although the federals had a big force i. Thomas Edison has met one of the + Starke andVannee Brandt +
sun's radiations it would throw lightest foods. '1 tried every thing satuations resulting from the war. + *
i Another harbinger of the winter I engaged it at Gainesville and routed 1
them all back to the air. If such a that I heard of to get relief, but not it. Fifty-two were killed and 300 This country has not been produc- + No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 *
season arrived yesterday,-the crippled change were made around Florida the until about a year ago when I saw ing the carbolic acid needed in va + A. M. +

a S beggar. He is the forerunner whole face of the state would, in a Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and captured, together with several hun- rious industries but has left it for + No. 104: arrives at Starke +

; of as many hundred who will visit short time be utterly changed. The got a bottle of them, did I find the dred stands of arms and 260 horses. Germany to supply us. When the t 2:45 P. M, +

Clearwater within the next six I summer would be intolerably hot ow- right treatment. I soon began to improve Dickison was warmly congratulatedby war began the supply of this important + t

.rt +; months. ing to the reflection of heat rediations and since taking a few bottlesof Boauregard who said it was one of chemical was shut off. Mr. Edi- + Limited Trains +

t The one who worked Clearwater from the desert sand and owing to them my digestion is fine.;' For the most remarkable achievements of son set to work to find some way to t ----- +

!4' last evening was a large ablebodiedman the fact that there was nothing to sale by all dealers. the war. manufacture the acid and after investigations + No.9, Jacksonville: to Tam +
with a leg that did'not track. In several engagements Dickisonand covering three whole t +
catch away and store up any of the daysof pa, due at:Starke 12:51 P. }I.
i He was able to work at any job where radiant heat from the sun. The large SEKIOUS ERROR IX STARKE. his men put the Federals to labor, he found the way. He then 1 + No. 10, Tairpa to Jackson- +

he could sit down jeweler, shoemaker lakes in Florida benefit the state in flight and often many were taken planned and within thirty days con- + vine due at Starke 6:10 P. M. +

and a score of kindred trades as proportion to the amount of water Starke Citizens Will Do Well to Profit prisoners without a loss of life to the structed a manufactory and is now I + T. J. Griffin, Agent. +

well as an clerical position. by the Following. daring Floridian and his men. producing something like a ton anda + f
they afford.-Florida Grower.
'x But he prefers to beg because it The Southern cause never had a half of carbolic acid daily He thus +++++++++W*++++++**+++*

1 doesn't entail any hard work and he ICE IS THE CRIMINAL. Many fatal cases of kidney disease braver or more loyal defender than saves a threatening situation.He I In eireuit court)\0 eighth.ICE.judicial circuit. ia

;; can see the country and live better 9 have reached an incurable stage be- Gen. J. J. Dickison. He surmounted has done more. He has made a and for Bradford county. State of Honda ia
,,,.; ", :, than the people who hand him the Go into any first-class hotel and cause the patient did not understandthe obstacles that would have given many permanent industry for the productof Emma Chancery N.sitting.Clyatt. Cau>, lainant.n. .
: ". symptoms. Even today in Starke strong men discouragement. He was which we have heretofore depended Partition
look over the bill of fare. It is
replete Sallie E.
coin.We I I I Markham and hllSI -
there are many residents making the ever ready'to give praise to his upon another country.
watched this man work Cleve- with things that men, band Carl Markliam' TheresaF.
many appealto same serious error. They attribute What he has done in line I I Anderson and husband, ].
.. land street last evening. He made the appetite. Besides a and on one occasion, when he asked one F. Anderson, et al, defendants
more than a dollar in less than ten of other generous their mysterious aches and pains to that twenty-five of his company vol- others will do in other lines. We will I 1, To Theresa Anderson and husband J.
array many edibles there are F. Anderson and Cr Crawford W. Clyatt nonresident
overwork or worry perhaps, when soon be manufacturing the drugs ,
unteer to 200 Federals defendants.
minutes probably made five dollars capture every
fish oysters poultry roast beef, port all the time their rheumatic pains which we have always received F'' a during the evening by walking up and mutton. Not one of these half one stood up and signified their anx- I I to appear to a bill of Complaint this day filed
backache and bladder irregularitiesare Germany, perfumes will be manufac- against you, Emma X. Clyatt in the fo!e-
_: one side of the street and down thee iety to accompany him. Dickinsonwas
dozen of
} things has a natural taste; ir most probably due to weak and tured here and the countless things min cause on or before the 28th day
the vember. A. D. 191;. "That said bill is filed
,. other. Then he took a $1.50 room at most feared man by the
fact, all of them are absolutely taste ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your that we have been in the habit of im in the office of the clerk of the circuit coon
a hotel and will leave tomorrow enemy in the Florida operations. Starke. Florida. *
; as a
: less and
one has to use condiments kidneys are out of order profit by this porting will now be made at home. It ia further ordered that this notice be
first class passenger and visit either liberally to develop any sore of flu: Starke resident's experience.Mrs. While he had but a small band of men, Florida will profit by this 'determination published in the liradford County Telrzrap&Hradford!

Tarpon Springs of St. Petersburgand J. D. Hurst, Starke, Fla.. says: the enemy believed he had a great to supply the demands which county.s weekly Florida newspaper, for d published'period of in four consecutive ,J,
make another five or ten dollars. vor.Why is this? The is sim back weak lame force because of his most remarkable weeks. Ii!
answer "My and
was very have heretofore been filled in Germany In witness whereof 1: have hereunto set ml
In the meanwhile he will write to pie: ice. It is the refrigerator tha and I often found it hard to do my victories. Dickinson was a soldier when someone finds the way and and affixed the,,seal of this court of Oc at
Starke Florida this the 20th day
his pals and tell them to come down takes the taste out of everythingAfter housework. When I stooped i could and he was humane. He was quickof to utilize the phosphate which we tober. A. D. 1914. Honorable J. T. Wills!

x early and be sure and work the west fowl or fish have been on icr hardly straighten up. I was urged to action and thought and showed a have been sending abroad to be made Judge. W. T. WEEKS,
'; coast as it is picking. Doan's Pills and I did physical endurance that most Clerk of Circuit Court.
s, easy twenty-four hours they have no task try Kidney so. was re- into fertilizer. It is not possible that Cone &: Chapman
,., The mayor should run them out of at all. Ice has the same effect on al I have never been sorry I took this markable. Florida honors the mem- this great industry will languish longor solicitors. for eoirpla' :nant.

s the city-do it now-with the first fresh meats and likewise upon on al remedy as they strengthened my back ory of this distinguished soldier. No that there will be a famine in fertilizer i Sea1> By R. A. Deputy WEEKS.Clerk.

one, and the second one will not vegetables. It seems too to develo; and the pains went away.,' true story of the Confederate war can while brains are endeavoringto 10-23-5t. _

come to be run out, because these fel- :a villianous flavor in eggs. Price 50c at all dealers. Don't be written without great honor and make the most of the opportunitynow NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED

: lows have an understanding amon Cold storage eggs boiled are atomliable. simply ask for a kidney remedy-get praise being given to "The Marion of offered.In UNDER 4888,SECTION LAWS Vf 8 OF FLORIDA.CHAPTER

i themselves and only work towns ] They are bad enough fried Doan's Kidney PillS-the same that Florida." that much and in much more purchaser Notice is of hereby tax cotta irivln fiats that No.A.1 i9,Z.dated Adkins.tl*

where the pickings are good.-Clear- dreadful when scrambled but boiled Mrs. Hurst had. Foster-5lilburn Cd., the war is to be a lasting and incal 1st day sf July. A. 'It. 1912. 1 has sled said
Buffalo N. Y. Don't Delay Treating Your Cough.A certificate in my Dt!"", and has made appu--
Props., culable benefit this Miami
water Sun. to country.- accordance
-good Lord! open the window! cation for tax did ;?1 issue in
slight cough often becomes serious *ith law. Said eerti".ate embraces the !<*
Ice is a pretty good thing for sun Metropolis. lowing described prop4rty situated in Brad'ford
s Eemarkable MINK lLJlllw DRINKs
Cure of Croup. Lungs get congested Bronchial county Fieri da'to-wit:
stroke and other kinds of headache :
,. Last winter when my little boy had / Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitalityis Important.Bear Southeast quarter cL southwest quarter of
F section township sis. w BtJanee
also for sherbet and for twenty-three;
: croup I got him a bottle of Chamber- skating purposes reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine- in mind that Chamberlain's twenty east. ;' .

; Iain's Cough Remedy: I honestly be but, when applied to food stufft Tar-Honey. It soothes your irritated Tablets not only move the bowels but The said vf such being cert'ftcKte assofced in at the the name date of of 1 issuance *

'., lieve it saved ,his life" writes Mrs is an outrage on the human app air passages loosens mucous and improve the appetite and strengthenthe '"own. Unless said ertlficate shall be redeemed

,,i ;, J. B. Cook Indiana Pa. "It cut the lite.-Punta Gorda Herald. makes your system resist Ce-lds. Give digestion. For sale by all dealers. "..reon according on the 16th to GPJ in.of tax November deed will A.issue j D.

'phlegm and relieved his coughing the baby and children Dr. Bell's Pine- 19H.witness '
tans BM Sins. Btiw leaeilis lul Can DRINK HOaimU* DRINKIf Piles Cored In 6 to 14 Days my offiiial:ifnature and teal thll
= Tar-Honey. It's the 12th day of Octottr. A. D. 1914.
s spells. I am most grateful for what guaranteed to help
> The worst cano matter of how long standing Yon druggist will refund money if PALO W. T. WEEKS.
,,' {; this remedy has done for him.:' For ire cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. it's news, it's in the Bradford th':m. Only 25 cents at your druggist OINTMENT fails to core any case of Itching Clerk Circuit Court Bi- dford County. 'FloridsBl .
Porter's Antiseptic! Healing OiL It relkre Blind Uleeding Protruding Piles in(to 14 days R. A. WEEKS.
wile bf all dealers. fain and Heal at the Mine Ore. Sc,SOc,Colt( >. County Telegraph. *!*-"* paLca.ucn ova Eue aai EsU COc 10-16-5L Deputy O.J. *
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3: : cNovember '6th, 1914. PAGE__TBREE

;i--! I next ten days, and from what is given commercials was.begun in 1889. ----I---_' ::

out in authorative quarters, business In 1894 Florida as a producer of

ClVE: STATE NEWS along the waterfront gives promise of(I phosphate rock outstripped South Bradford

being lively in a few days. Lumber Carolina, which, prior to the development !- t County

k 1 H" I Ir I I will not move before some time next I'(I. of the Florida deposits, had

I Iif week in any great quantity, when two .: enjoyed a,practical 'monopoly of tho

That Are Happening All Over Florida steamships are to come for upward of I phosphate rock mining. The value of Abstract Company

t gs two million feet ,A ship for pitch i the phosphate production of Florida
ky. As Told By Our Exchanges 'was looked for yesterday, but up to now approximates $10,000,000 annually. -. A, complete record of Bradford County Bends ;- .

g 'e. dark hAd not put in appearance. Naval In 1913 the output amounted to Land Tides Real Estate Iaveltmen :

\_<.t.I, I stores will not be too active yet $9,563,084, against 2,406,899 long tons -
t. has' what ,is so successful that it is believed this but it is believed since the South of a value of $9,461,297, in 1912. In
Jacksonville :zoo I
l/IitBj:/ champion wfiddler." : could be made a paying crop if planted American markets are good souces the early days of the industry in this ,j
the soils
fft somewhat
to It -
are remote. is
'filmed and w cap-1 in largo acreages and given atten- .of purchase ,thoso engaged in the exportation state four kinds of, phosphate rock true I'
tl'-.l li* half a'pound of, that city. tion. Persons from other states who of such would not be sur- were produced, namely, hard rock, that potash has been added to some
Kllttred on the river know cotton state that the sample is prised at an early aetivity in this now soft rock, land pebble and river peb Florida soils in the form of commer- MEN: {

r%"**'< / has ,been decided upon as fully as good ,as any grown in the lifeless line.-Pensacola Journal. ble. Soft rock, which is of a much cial fertilizers, and in some instances ;
Paltka this has
> |t for the 1915 meetingof, the I neighboring states, and believe thereis lower grade than the other types, has been the practice for a number D.a'twait mnttl dtoeaM -
; ftip place of It has been shown dUorfaalxe important
r : United Confederate Veterans a big future'for the crop here.- Andrew and Pearl Fenton have or not been mined for several years, and years. that orf ana. Theuanda ;
!'JTbrid much of this potash, not needed .f mea have
"I'at meeting held this week, in Fort Myers Press iginated new industry in this sec only an insignificant amount of river by been wrecked on thedneglect.aoraace
the the crop, remains in the soil and is
tion ,that of rabbit catching. With pebble is produced at the present )
J=:Lakeland.w there the
.w'. Another of the wonderfully produc- the assistance of two Scotch terriers, tine. Land pebble constitutes ap- presumably at present time. "

Forty thousand pounds of unusual- tive crops that can be grown success- they last week caught 85 rabbits near proximately 80 per cent of the total In such cases it would be reasonable 606"Absolute ; ,

!f ill: fine mullet were caught by the fully in Florida is rice and yet one Kathleen and this week swelled the quantity produced, but only about to suppose that it could be made ,
available caret In all
",f boats of tho Consolidated Fish Com- : seldom sees a'rice field. Occasionallysome total by 75 more of the cottontails. two-thirds of the total value. Hard by proper treatment. Prob- .curable eaaee ef contractdi eaaea. .'

yesterday. One car was ship- I farmer plants a little corner in These rabbits were carried to Tampa rock is generally of higher grade than ably an application of 1000 to 1500 I ,treat Blood WeakneM Poison Pile if yen akd all Varieorele PELVIC -- ,

; ;ice last ,night to the north and the rice,but there 'are few who go at it where it is stated that they met with pebble and brings about twice as pounds of caustic lime would free this without DISEASES the knife., including KIPXC&E,
'' will follow tojy potash most rapidly. It should be I give 606 directly Into -
catch the
f remainder of the in what may be termed a business ready sale at twenty-five cents per much per ton to the producers. At without cutting or detention blood trom ;

!' ._Miami Herald. way. Rice could be made one of the head. All which goes to prove the one time the only phosphate for the borne in mind however, that where bUlllo Hoara._ a .. m. to Sp.rt I .

council of Jacksonville leading crops of Florida, for while fi quent assertions of the Courier which there was any demand for ex- practice has been to frequentlyuse Correspondence 1O '1t. > l t

If; The reduced city peddlers' license from there are thousands of acres of ex- that there is no limit to the possibilities port, but in recent years the grade nitrate which of soda, lime or acid phos- Dr., Geo. L. Dickerson -:, t
r;' nave The house- cellent land on which any kind of that this section of Florida of- of land pebble has been materially im- ( contains from 400 to 111 WEST FORSYTH STREET. '

. t f'tf$50'to: $5 per Jacksonville annum. protested crop can tb produced, there are thousands fers in the profitable production of proved by methods of mining and of 1000 pounds of sulphate of lime to (Near Heard Bank,fcldg.) < ''.
i iagainst
Wives the ton) these soils have already ,
}: :' ,the hucksters being put out i of acres of low lands that will live stock. Two boys two dogs, in treatment before shipping, and the ex- been we iiI I .

: claiming that it increased never amount to much for any crop two weeks, make $40 catching rab- ports of the Florida rock now includenot freeing and making use '! 'j

.: ;of business, of living. except to' some such crop like rice, bits. This beats raising "buyabale"of only practically of the hard rock of the soil potash, and could expectno '. : ,

,tho cost which .will thrive on such low land.- cotton on the red clay hills of produced but also about one-third of marked benefit from additional applications RICHARDGeleral I 1

J, L Smoak was before County: Fcrt Myers Press. Georgia.-Plant City Courier. the land pebble. The total productionof of soda or lime now.S. I H. C. '

Judge W .E. Smith last week for killing hard rock in 1913 was 489,794 long E. COLLISON.An r I

squirrels out of season. He was The famous Flagler grow i e of grapefruit Florida is the most southerly state tons, valued at $2,987,274, an averageof Insurance! j

fined the extreme limit viz: One hun-I near Larkins in Dade county is '.a' the chain, and consequently the $6.10 a ton. The production ofpebble Active Liver Means Health. ; t

'redand' fifty dollars or twenty-five expected to produce this season 30- earliest fruits and vegetables in the which included an insignificant If you want good health, a clear : : ;
he killed. 000 boxes of fruit. This is a record complexion and freedom from Dizzi- .
dollars for each squirrel market are grown in it. One of thestrongest quantity of river pebble, was
Ocala Banner. uiat has never teen surpassed by any inducements for the settlerto 2,055,482 long tons, valued at $6- : ness, Constipation, Biliousness, Head- I represent none but FfltST-OLASS, f,

single grove in the state, unless by locate in this state is the diversityof 575,810, an average of $3.20 a ton.Florida's aches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's companies and will be constantly on the :
This season's pecan crop reportedto the famous Atwood grove on the its productions; it is a leader in relative importance as a New Life Pills. They drive out fermenting alert to promote your interests. Guarantee j
to; the best in this section in years north sid of the Manatee river, but and undigested foods clear .
has al- : early fruits and vegetables for the producer of phosphate rock is indi- courteous treatmen to all patroni.
of the
and a large portion crop of that we are not sure as wehave'not the Blood and cure Constipation. Only -
f harvested and, some have standard market crops, as well as cated by the fact that both in quan- A well written policy ty a first-claM I t
been 25c at ,
ready from the druggistPRAISE
at hand figures your
:! market. The any producing many fruits not grown in tity and value it contributes more
f found their way to agent in .a first-class company sometimes 1
: At net price of but one
" Verdict grove. a otter states. In topography the landsare than 80 percent of the total production !
i;.;>: ,- quality is extra good.-Chiplcy dollar a box the income from the nowhere very much elevated abovesea of phosphate rock in the 'United FOR FLORIDA. means much in case of loss by: fire i

\ ,,;,:: will amount to $30,000and
Flagler grove level, but are sufficiently rollingto States. -
- :F B. C. RICHARD Slarke Fla
. ';; There is a possibility of the National it will require about one hundredcars require but little drainage and that Fresh, virile blood has been infused ,. I

;. i 1 r Guard of Georgia using Black to transport the crop to market I only in the lowest portions. The soil THE POTASH SHORTAGE.There into every artery and vein of the ,

, ,1.i ,Point as a camping ground next year. The grove covers seventy acres and may be classed as hammock, pine land peninsula. It has flowed in from the ,'

;; f; ,The officers from the Empire state of every tree is so loaded with fruit that I high and flat woods, prairie and muckor is only a ,small supply of North and West. It brought mil -

! It;!: the South, who have been at Black the limbs have had to be propped. reclaimed lands, and as all a sandy potash salts now on hand in this coun- lions to invest, even when Cracker CASSELL'SFamous :

! ))\:t 'Point attending the rifle matches haves Tampa Times.' loam underlaid with clay. In acreage try for use in commercial fertilizers, opposition to progress was a political Indian Remedy 4

: /I.> informed General Foster that they A Pensacola dispatch says: James j:,the pine lands are largely in excess : and various means have been proposed factor. It is bringing many more FOR INDIGESTION '

f* ;would like to camp here, if it possible. E. Plew, of Chicago, and *a syndicate I,'of any other type. All of these types to meet and tide over this scarci- millions to invest as the progressive

: refined of Chicago men today closed for the of lands are easily cultivated and are ty. To increase the amount of phosphoric element cinches control. GUARANTEED TO CURE
i The first camphor gum over: I II' acid in fertilizers to'make AND :
cultiva- 75 CENTS $1
responsive to intelligent our
"in' Florida was made, at the United purchase of 9,000 acres of farm land very has led the procession of all

E States agricultural experiment station in this county, a few miles north of tion. up for the shortage in potash wouldof the Southern States on the score of Manufactured by the T. A. Cas- ;
be useless since it is well
in the Orange county fair Pensacola, and 10,000 acres in Bald-I I I John Mallem's poll parrot !has beenso known course fact that element cannot a phenomenal growth, and the book sell's Medicine Co., Ateadia, Fla. :,
one -
grounds recently. When tested by a win county, paying a total of $200- annoyed this week by parties com- take the place of another in the nu- value of her climate in the primal For Sale by I

it pronounced equal or 000 for the land, on which they propose cause. Of course the climate was not
, i -4 druggist was ing to hear him speak that he made trition of the plant. J. C. CARTER I I1
\ superior to the usual commercial to locate western farmers. They demand that John remove him to the responsible for her rich deposits of '
Use of Lime. 1
product have a plan of colonization which they back room where he could have a lit- Another is the phosphate rock nor her immensely {
means proposed application -
think prove highly satisfactory I tle privacy. The other day John was valuable fisheries, but when you add
of in form for
Truckers are getting ready to ship well the I some f-
to the buyers as as syndicatemen
her climate her 1273 miles
when to of
unpacking a 'crate of bananas palm- '
beans..cokes, etc. There is a larger taking the property. The "the purpose of liberating the potash I +++++minimumCHURCHES., ++'Pt +.
the up ,. poll was heard to call out-"John, in the soil. This is fringed coast lice, her splendid har-
acreage of fall crops in vicinityof made of the Fisher- already potash + < + f
purchase was
you'll lose like hell on ze banan. Of I' bors and bays and her short-cut trade .
in forms which insoluble
.Zolfo than was ever before planted. Barkdull taking all farm present are + + ?Vl'
showing course this tickled the men gathered and available the routes to the Panama Canal you have t .- .
Most of these crops are property of that company in this I very slowly to + +
t excellent condition and unless some- county. Sixty-five thousand dollars about the place. "That bird gotta I plant. It is claimed that lime will a pretty sure footing for your optim-i + BAPTIST-Rev. WJ A. Fer- +

'_ thing unforseen happens growers will represented the purchase price of the that from that man, Secretary Moses, I free this potash so that the crop can ism. relL Sunday school- 9:45 A. 'M '

I': derive a fine' revenue from the same. land north of Pensacola. what-ye-call-heem dat man what I use it. There is good ground for as- There was a time when it was rather + M. Morning service, 11:00; +
-Zolfo Truth. rans the board of trade-he in here that lime used in this the custom to refer
Springs ,burning way sneeringly to + evening service Visitors +
t that his contention that or.q: day and tell story 'bout PresidentRoosenfelt
Md B Believing
i will liberate some of the soil potash Florida as "that swampy sand-spit + cordially invited to worship +
!; Last week A. W. Brown, of Chicago, mullet had been and could be walking one day in Wash-
it caught I for the plant. Experiments have been winter resort that juts out into the t with us. t + s st
and a friend caught a tarpon in the with hook and line all statements to ington when he saw dago, hees know
where of the ,
,reported an application Gulf of Mexico. There was St. + + i
St. Lucie that was six feet, nine inches the contrary notwithstanding, A. L. pushing with push cart loaded with lime to soil has greatly increased the ReV.; -: ,
f':' long and weighed 155 pounds. It John Augustine, the oldest city in America, CHRISTIAN Ernest + '
and bananas.
I I Thajer taxidermist yesterday wentto peanut 'Hello supply of available potash as shown i
; and the rather romantic St. Johns + Services +
: took hour's hard work to landi" House, pastor. on
over an Salt LaLe and caught 45 of this say the president, 'how ces business? ,
in the obtained from the
greater crop river where could fish for sal- + and of each "
the fish alongside the boat where a 'Well Mistair President business you morning
species in this manner. With him limed soil. the .
Also by much larger
1. gaff was stuck in hiS gills after mucha I make mon or shoot alligators if you happened : + second and fourth Sunday .f + ,
: was Cagey Ingram, who vouches for so good; sometings on amount of potash contained in that '
which he' towed to dock.-Palm to be a sportsman. Tampa was a + the month. + ;
l was a but I lose like hell
the story. The mullet bit voraciouslywith ze penutta on ze crop. In one case over three times as I .
Beach Post. banan. You would not think one-man town, built as an experimentand 01' + I
I' the hooks baited only with angls parrot much potash was found in the
crop Key West had possibilities if it t EPISCOPAL-Rev. W. H. Du + .
worms, of the common garden varie- would story so long, but I
In the postoffice may be seen a .from the limed ; thus demonstrating + clt 4'
Moulin in Sunday
dat's bird Mr. Mal- ever got a railroad could grow priest rge. I !
smart ;
\ that fourteen and ty. Mr. Thayer brought the mullet explained you
lime the
sweet potato weighs the action of on potash .
i back to the city, also the hook and lam.-Palatka News. oranges, lemons, pineapples, sapodillas + school, 9:30 A. M. Morning +
one-half pounds. The slip was set I I of the soil. In nearly these exper- oil and sermon 11:00 + ,:,
'! line. He displayed them and the citron, bananas of a sort, avocado prayer ,
out by W..1. Heishun on March 27,, an "Business is better" said travel--' iments either caustic lime or sulphate + o'clock. Evening and + '
the potato was dug October 20. This'. gler's paraphernalia, with which they I lof lime (gypsum) was used. These pears, plums, peaches, grapes, kumquats prayer
ing man recently. "In all lines I be- + sermon, 7:00 o'clock.. Choir re- +
is several 'I were caught and invited those who loquats, figs, mangoes, rice, '
really large potatoes two much ,
compounds more ener-
lieve the worst is over, and after the are + hersal, Saturday, 3:30 P. M. t. i
solidly together as one. Mr. Weishun', were still skeptical to go out and takea people find where they are will real- getic,in their action on the soil pot- sugar cane, cotton, arrowroot, tobacco + h +
look at the lake.-St. Petersburg indigo, Sisal hemp, New Zealand II' "
has dug others weighing ten
.pounds. ize that the most of their trouble was ash than ground limestone. Where + METHODIST ,Key. B. T. + )
each.: -Palm Beach Post. i Times. ground limestone is used, very little flax, corn, oats and a variety of other
in their
own frightened imagination.The + Rape, pastor. Sunday school + : i
C. H. Johns has a new variety of I DeLand has as a resident the oldest first cargo of fertilizing mater- effect need to be expected. things; only there was no way to + at 9:45 A. M. Morning service oil ; ,
ial having reached Florida since the Use of,Soda. transport them out and to market + + '!
velvet bean which is better and more negro probably in Florida, "Uncle Al- 11:00 o'clock evening
prolific than the old bean and much fred Neal as he is familiarly knownto war began, it is reasonable to believe Another means of freeing the pot- them at a profit-at least not on a + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior + ,, ,

better for stock. He states that thereare aH our people. He recently celebrated that other cargoes will follow soon. ash from its insoluble compounds is considerable scale. There were yel- + Epworth League, SuLiay 4:00 + ;!

fifty-seven beans on one stalk and the 107th anniversary of his Lumber is beginning to move out of by the use of some of the salts of low fever, the hookworm and the alligator + P. M. Senior Epworth) League, + !

each bean averages five to the pod. birth. He has the date of his birthin the Gulf ports, and some phosphate is soda. In experiments where nitrateof to contend with, not to men- Sunday 7:15 P. M. }Visitors + !

Mr. Johns would like to sell some of the family Bible. He is yet in good afloat from Florida mines. Naval soda has been supplied, there has tion the old school Florida Cracker + cordially invited to h.ttend. 4 4\

the seed to anyone who desires to geta health, and with the assistance of stores have been sent recently from been noted quite an increase in the who regarded any sort of a stranger + \r.> + i

start with this new bean, as it is his cane is seen on the streets of De- this state and others in the South. All supply of soluble potash in the soil. with the same favor he bestowed upona + PRESBYTERIAN!! regu- + t

much better than the old variety.- Land daily, one of those good, harmless things show that a channel is open In one experiment where nitrate of scorpion. + Jar pastor. Sunday )school at + 4
old and be widened if attention is soda was used over a series of years + + .,
Macclenny Times. I. darkies you rarely meet these can Florida thirty years ago and Flor- 10:00 A. M. f

days. "Uncle" Alfred was born in I paid to the proper way of doing it. the yield was maintained at the nor- ida today offer almost as surprising a + .t + j1IIIIIttili I
Mr. S. S. Savage was up from his the year 1807, the slave property of The real Florida business season has mal, while on another field where the contrast as Southern Califarnia of the +++++ #++*++ ,

place in Lake county recently, and Benj. Chaires near Tallahassee, his hardly opened yet, and it is unfair to nitrogen was supplied in another two periods, and the Peninsular i I I

said that he had shipped two carloads father belonging to a slave owner by I compare business for this period of form the yield fell off almost one- is +4'mi II M mi in MM mm 1HULL'S 1-
', of oranges which he said netted the name of Neal the descendantsof 'I the year with business during thewinter fourth; the better results of the ni- present day growth very I i;
; him dollar cents likely to surpass the growth of that PRICES. i : ,
one and >
: seventy per both families of which yet residein months of any year. Even in trate of soda being largely due to its
-boz: Mr. Savage says that he has a the Tallahassee section'DeLand Florida there is a quiescent periodfor ,liberating more potash from the soil Pacific Coast region. She certainlyhas The following prices v i\l\ prove attractive J-

4dsnal'1 in his grove that is literally Record.A vegetation, and business must for the use of the crop. immensely cheaper land to offarjto : I if compared wit t others: i I

'" clearing it of the white fly. We hope have its time of comparative quiet so Little Potash in Florida Soils.It the homeseeker and has not begunto White Corn ____________'.|._____$1.95 '. I j

.';,this snail will become distributed short time ago the Fort Myers it can get a start again to greater should be pointed out, however, draw so heavily upon the future Wheat Bran ___________ ----- 1.60 .

:{ Fall the groves throughout the Press made what it thought was a volume. This is a good sign, and that all these experiments have been for the support of speculative values. Wheat Shorts _________----- 1.75 '

'.:state.* Ocala Banner. safe bluff by offering to pay a dollara I means that while the pessimistic fellow made on soils containing far more na- '-Bartow W. Currie in Country Gen- Molasses (Sweet Feed)) _:;______ 2.00 ,.

.',*?i,,Tho Indians i won in ball 10 bushel for ten thousand bushels of who owns nothing may cry havoc tural potash than Florida soils. It is tleman.It Victor Feed _________n_; _____ 2.10 t
a game sweet potatoes White Ooats ____' _____ 2.10
ito 6 against Miami provided they were all ,the man with property is well known that most sandy soils are Clipped -
white team in raised on one farm. The bluff'was saying deficient in potash when Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. Grists per sack _______________ 2.25
>Miami, Thursday. Joe Adkinson has nothing, but by act and example very compared who is afflicted with
lbeen training promptly called by Mr. J. R. Davis, boosting the Florida is all with clay and loam soils. The or- Everybody Yellow Onions, per peck }.------ 35
*. a team of Seminole Indians a big truck farmer of Bartow, who replied -, game. dinary corn-belt soils of the middleI Rheumatism in any form should by : Jap Rice _____________L_____ .05 s
for several right, with a banner just
weeks and they have year open- all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lin- ____ -.
> to the Press by requesting information west contain about 50,000 pounds of Cracked Rice _____ _! ----- .05
> ,already beaten the white ing.-Lake Worth Herald. i
Lauderdale boys of Ft. as to when and where to I potash per acre in the first 9 inches, iment on hand. The minute you feel I Green Coffee _________I*.----- .15

,! ,:"},. Miami., and now Joe they have vanquished deliver potatoes. Mr. Davis says he I Florida lays claims to importanceas the common soils of New York state pain or soreness in a joint or muscle I Best White Bacon _____ij._____.16&
them Do
, the Biscayne hotel to has enough to meet the Press' bluff, a mineral producing state by rea- have about 45,000 pounds, while an bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. I All purchases that are-hot entirely
l ': and the waiters almost
s aid and about half as many more to spare. son of the exploitation of its phos- ordinary orange soil in Florida contains not rub it. Sloan's penetrates satisfactory may be adjusted to your b
1"#; ':; they acted bettor than any base- immediately right to the seat of pain, "
Is there : the a
-bnll; team that had any other trucker or farmer phate resources, ranking first among about 1,400 pounds. Many high entire satisfaction by returning )
they ever served. swollen feel-
jr-Ft: Lauderdale Sentinel in any other county in the state that all the states in the quantity and val- pine and hammock soils in Florida relieving the hot tender goods to us. Thanking you for past

1 p... ,, could make such a showing? But ue of its production of its phosphaterock contain considerably less than this although ing and making the part easy and patronage and trusting that we may

t; ?..i-\ ", ,Some splendid specimens of short Polk county is always in the lead. which represents 90 per cent of a few contain somewhat more. comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan'sLiniment continue to serve you, were: s
r '.- cotton have been Her resources the value of the state's total for 25c of your druggist and Rours for service,
: brought to the city are illimitable and her mineral With these figures in mind it wouldbe I
" i the plantation of C. B. Doug- people are making splendid use of output. Public attention was first reasonable to assume that appli- have it in the house-against colds, HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE. y

I .; net,, a few miles below Immokalee. them.-Bartow Courier-Informant. I called to the possibilities of this now cations of lime or nitrate of soda to sore and swollen joints rheumatism, ++*+++1111111111..F)++++++ :
sciatica and like ailments. -
': (Tht cotton has grown upon natural Export business important industry by the United the corn belt or the eastern soils neuralgia to the PtJe: nd Sickly 't' }
toil in the pitch lum- Your back if not satisfied butit Invigorating
,without money
''r rk ; cultivation or fertilizer ber and naval stores lines is States Geological Survey in 1885, but would result in freeing some potash does give almost instant relief. The Old Standard jeneral saribeni |f tonfc- ,.
t ir the jam of a fence, and has proven to pick expected workable deposits were not discovered for the use of the crop, but the pos- Gltov 's TASTELESS bUxxUndbaikUaptlie chill TOMC. out- f i ,
,, up wonderfully
during the MalarU-eunchei
'r ",. until 1888, and production on a sibilities in this direction for Florida Read the Telegraph $1.50 a year. tern. A true tonic. For adults lAd children. 50c -1;:1 t i
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fc ::, J taifort' Gouty; Telegraph WEALTH FROM CALAMITY.Yes GIVE IT A NAME. THE !. j jf '
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[ cal 'awl' Loaf .Duttace Pkow .. ;just" that-wealth from calamity. -The fad now is to give your farm. Hs Weirs Them While Operating ; : :

I, V 'Nib .. ; or place name.. Sine* Ha Cant Gel Clean Hands. Progr SSiv

4G'a The war in Europe is a, calamity But we should go a little further I While the nurg 'un'. success depends -, 8 sfuess.fifplSlnSfa I

world calamity-but from it, will and do a little better and give the to a large extent ujxm his hands, they ,

j : Published weekly, ,and .entered u come great wealth for the American public a. little more satisfaction.We are at the same time a sourve of the '"
1_ eeond ebs matter at. the post-office farmers. should not only give our farms : greatest danger- to himself and his patient of the TelegrlphwUlflind it to 'tliei?

at Starke, Florida. He will reap the.greatest benefit of names, but those names should be 'advantage trade with the firms rep. :

all No process has yet beets discovered
neatly painted .
on a'sign over each resented in this

E. S. Matthews Editor and Owner When the war is over Europe will ntrance, together with the name of wblcb'makt'S geon's hands ,ire It pertain free that a sur directory.IMMMMMMM .
P. E. Bobbins Associate Editor awaken to the fact that it is destituteof the owner ef the place. microbes :.
: I and incapable Of carrying Infection to ..Ssesss..ss ++'.f.... ;Ii->..
.' ,- and Business Manager And while we are about it let's do .
: P i a patient. This IC'fb, the jjrmd surgeon 666AA6AAAAAAAAAAA6666A&66A .; ..'....
"- -- : Fields'win be untilled except by another good job and give a name to will not |H>rform the most trivial .TTYYYYYYYYYYYTYTYTYYYYYTY. .- .- ....... .- ';o."J'

Friday, November 6th 1914. aged men, women and young boys, every country church and 'schoolhouse I. operation without first covering bbt REAL .. ;;
'J and the little produced by them will I and cemetery and public placeof bands with properly sterilized glores. .' ESTATE. .. f FUD1TURP. 1

t supply but a fraction of the demand.It every nature, and have the names Prolonged scrubbing with IIOIP.and. .......................... t ...... ..... :
: Everybody can 'see opportunities is then the American farmer will]I of those conspicuously displayed.And running water followed by another ...
for else. .. .8..e'.t....$...... .
t everybody tnorou-fc 't
step into the breach With his hundreds then when the township is thus scrubbing from TO to, toper .r -

&* The optimist sees S the doughnut- ., theo of millions of dollars worth of r completely named and charted a map cent of skin ak-otoi mid bacteria removes and the lltprlayera' COMER L PEEK FVIUt1TIJRE
S makes :
| farm products. could be printed giving the locationof : : i
i' pessimist the hole. tbe "
surface of the hands
I sufficiently ,
,- -- ---- The demand will be great and prices each place by name, together with03vel" clean. I' Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost anything elta J'Oi:

: ; Sand-oil roads are being cussed and will be correspondingly high and I lake might
highway and want
) river in like
But there tlll remains the danger : Timber Expert.S3 ",
( ) discussed all ovei the state. the farmer will reap a golden harvest manner; and residents could provide that microbes which : .
: many stay concealed BULL'S
such as he has never known before. themselves with these years Experience at Starke. : DEPARTUNT !
in the crevices
tiny the
maps. nt base STORE.
: .
:7 It is about time to organize the Society > :.
And the farmer will spend liberallyin And with such a map a person totally of the little hair Ilnds111 be forced .
of Ex-Presidents of Mexico. e..t..t .
.- return, and the merchant, and the unacquainted in the territory to tbe surface lor perspiration and the .8. ...H. -- -

It is time to stall your turkeys and professional man, and the mechanic, could go anywhere and find any place use of the hands ill handling instruments .......................... ....... t......... -.. -
:. fatten them for Thanksgiving. and all of the people even unto the without asking a single question.* iud make an infection of the ,

S. humble editor, will share in the newly And that is something which no wound possible. While practical experience .. DRY GOODS. : j DENTISTS, :

,.: : Both sides in the titanic strugglein accumulated wealth that is to come man on earth can do today under the shows that his danger Is very ........................... ............... ;
i j Europe have paused for breath. to us from across the seas.Tremendous present conditions. j IlIlight. yet its possibility is sufficient .......t
T- I I to make it undcsiraWe: ever to operate ..... "i..
;. crops are reported, the t...
Eggs are cheap at 30 cents a dozen.I I with the bare h.indsNew York Amer. .
government estimating corn at 2,676- THE I I J. W.. MORGAN .
: It costs about 53 to produce a dozen. THOUGHT. 4 DR4 U. G. TURNER :

.. S 000,000 bushels, wheat at 892,000,000,, I a, .. DENTIST

The women can't make fools of oats at 1,137,000,000, barley at 197,- Ideas SHOOTING RAPIDS.Feats Headquarters for I
: on Christmas giving are rap. THE Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods '.
: some men, because nature beat 'em to 000,000 bushels, and other crops in BuildiBf :
idly Dry Goods
changing among the sensible., Notions Etc. Upstair: over Post

;, it. proportion. Those who think as they give are: .. ef the Arab Boys of Egypt, Who Office :,
S When the great surplus of this : Are Expert Swimmers. YYWY "
Everybody who is too old to attend' looking for a year-round service as vv
,- crop is marketed in Europe at war the important Among Ibe most cxiK-rt of swimmers . .
is in thing. vv vvvv v
school favor of edu vv
compulsory prices it will pour so much wealth are tbe Arab boys of f. ypt' Like all 1
f; ; cation. In a week of shopping, with all its they'm. CHARLEY TOM THITELEGRApH .
into the pockets of the farmers that other boys fond of displaying: *
S strain, you will not find a better gift'; their skill Mor> titrnncon. This is Chinese Hand Laundry JOB PRIMING A SPECIALTY
our country will be flooded with gold,,
Shakespeare and doesLuke .
repeats so than a year's subscription to the bow they shoot the ntpids of the Nile: 4 ----- 5
t and the of the farmer in
liberality '
M'Luke, but there: the resemblance L Youth's Companion. It offers its ser- I Seating themselves :tride a log of Jefferson and Thompson Sts., Best AdTe\lising Medium
his will of The.
ceases. own prosperity to \ice, its clean entertainment its fine I wood about six fift long :md blloyanteoouh STARKE, FLORIDA.
all branches of trade. County.
S ; ; to suMiort Hicm waist blgb out I4cN
Russia changed the name of her Patience is the watchword today,, at suggestiveness the end of the week after week and of water they ride it with the seat and %3 '* i w.H $+ -

capital, but Belgium and France but tomorrow a different story will be year, which finds| gestures of a jockey and with bands ----. -. ........;
in the
changed the location of theirs. many a gift attic, dust-covered I and feet keep it straight with tbe line GUARDIAN'S SALE. -

told.And and forgotten, brings the Companion of the current. Notice is hereby given that four weeks af CARtf. OF THANKS. ]
with patience we should com ter date to-wit. the 9th day of December ,
The German government will have bine again I with all the charm of last b The fall is shut with an ease and 1914, the undersigned as guardian for Char, -

to do a lot of explaining to the German enough common sense to keepus Christmastide.No grace that do away with the sense of lie V. Cylatt. Theo. Emma Clyatt Sallie E. I desire te express my heartfelt
frca from all entanglements in the Markham and husband. Carl Markham William -
; people one of these days. American monthly at any price danger one would: vxwt-t| to feel at see- J. Clyatt Walter N. Clyatt and wile thanks to mJ neighbors and friai!

: --. present conflict. offers the same amount of | ing a human being hurled along amid U sel Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. minors for their helu and
will sympathy
apply to the Honorable darizg
George A. Gardi
What has become of the old-fash
: I such boil
ic a and turmoil waters but
and none can offer better quality. Less ner. county judge of Bradford county Flor theulnessandeathofxnywife.ISIL&C ,
ioned boarding house that served hash LET'S STOP AND THINK.If thru four once at the bottom the youngsters have ida at his office in Starfce, Florida on the '
cents a week provides this date above written for an order t Gael, at EDWARDS.
; and prunes three times a day? best of Chtmas 'I a hard struggle to induce their "horses"to private sale the interests of the above named ,
gifts-$2.00 a year minor to the hereinafter
-- turn out of the! course.To described real estate
F;., The canal diggers are throwing we stop and think we can readilysee If you subscribe now all the remain- I do this they avail themselves of The as southeast follows to-wit quarter: of southwest CEMETERY WORKII.U : !

: mud again at Panama and so is the that the community that pulls to- ing issues of the year will be sent tbe impetus acquired by the log In its ter and the southwest quarter of southeast quar- All persons interested in Prena

clique who opposed the Panama route gether will do more and accomplish free and the Companion Home Calen. I shoot and. throwing themselves full quarter five ((5).of and section west half thirty-six of northeast(86). township quarter: cemetery ate |rmted' to meet there eg'

S better results than the one that is dar. A copy of the Calendar is also length upon it. they seem with a sudden of northeast quarter and the northwest quarter Friday, November 15, with their oV

: Rosin and turpentine have been removed always divided. sent to those who make a gift sub I stroke from the left leg and arm. township of northeast six (6). quarter all in range of section seventeen one(17)(Ii., ners and tool;;and help to ,clean 19

: from the conditional contraband By working together and produc- : scription. Send for sample copies, to drive it and tbemselves out of the east south half and of east northeast containing 140 acres: also and beautify this last resting pUg

: list by the British government. ing the greatest amount of marketable i and the forecast for 1915. current quarter and southeast quarter quarter of of northeast northeast of our dead.SUSPEC.'tS.

S products, and marketing them to THE YOUTH'S To fail in this would be dangerouseven quarter, less ten (10) seres in southeast cor
The advice of the Florida Metropolis COMPANION, ] to Arab swimmers. Immediatelybelow nero and southwest quarter of northeast quarter -
the best advantage and at the least 144 Berkeley St. and north half of north half of northwest : ARRESTED.John
Boston .
c. to plant kens: is worth heeding. I It will have Mass.] lie ugly rocks on whicb the quarter of the southeast quarter section one
expense, we greater profitsin heavy stream breaks with violence. (II. township six (61 .south range seventeen
: is cheaper to plant hens than it is to: the community than we would otherwise AN EXPLANATION. .-Exchange. great (17)) east. containing one hundred acres (100)r Babb Aid Walter Richardsm
feed them more or less ; also south half of southeast
receive. quarter of southeast quarter. section thirty- both colored, have! been arrested opoj

And by buying our goods from our Editor TelegraphIn Were Solid. six (36). township five (5). south range seventeen suspicion of being implicated in
Germany has failed in her attemptsto : :- They (1;) east containing twenty (20) acres &
: local merchants and from another issue Doubtless Lave heard the more or less; also southeast quarter of southeast murder of John Wilson
di !odge the allied armies and will one your of October 23, your you storyof quarter of northeast who:was shot

-. probably now vent her spite upon little instead of sending away for them, ware Raiford correspendent says ,"Rev. L. the retired contractor Who bad engaged half of northeast quarter of quarter southeast and north quar- from ambush and robbed near Elarbee I
wealth'of C. i an artist to paint a mrtriit of ter and north hall of northwest quarter of two weeks
the Futch
constantly increasing has
llol1nd.y cast his lot with the' bia daughter. "Mind said' southeast quarter all in section one (1). township ago- Suspicion first panted
; ;-: the community and the resultant Southern Methodist church," which you. be to lix61 south range seventeen (17) at Babb :an,1'he was arrested ud
.; the astonished! artisti: want none of east..eontailling sixty (60)
;J Th, latest argument in favor of prosperity! of each individual statement is untrue and simply shows your cheap slapdash work-three good also northeast quarter of northwest more or quarter less; placed in the county jail. Other developments -

;' building battleships is that submarines When much money comes into the the fruit of ignorance*or a wanton 11 I I coats." ter and and the southeast the north quarter half of of northeast northwest quarter Quar- caused the officers to ffiis-

would be useless if there were community and only a portion of it desire to misrepresent some one. Which boiimot lend me np to tbe of southwest quarter, section one (1), township pect Richardson' and he was also taken .
: no battleships to sink. goes out again the surplus at home L. C. FUTCH. story that a teacher iu one of the west east containing(6) south one hundred range acres seventeen(100) acres(17)I into custody* Their cases are not

side schools told me the other more or less. Total number of acres described in the
The Gainesville Sun is having will! grow and grow and grow, untilit day here in four hundred and twenty (420) hand of the grand jury. It
becomes a veritable Eden of wealth.Let's about a little girl. Her parents. it acres more or less. situated in Bradford
dreams. In a recent issue it speaks 1I seems bad been celebrating their silver county Florida. NOTICE OF HRST"MKETIXG OF cam

J: of the exit of the political boss and do a little-thinking. I r CURIOUS BITS! I i wedding. and little' Hosie the next This 3rd day of EMMA November.N. CLYATT.A. D. 1914. In the district: court TOES.of the United Stxfa

I !;' *-. the end of political graft. Dun's Review still bubbles optimism.It I. morning with cociuieiuiable family Guardian for Charlie V. Clyatt. Theo. Emma' bankruptcy.far the Southern District of Florida; II
OF HISTORY pride was hoisting lit the of Clyatt Sallie E. Martham and hus-
:J: quality
;;;:? important has been band Carl In the matter of H. T. Dowlinir. ef R Ii-
Uncle Sam is in says progress the received."There William J. Cly ford Florida i
the position of the presents att. Walter N. <' the count y ofBradfo &-
made in the work of adjusting the I Clyatt and wife Kazel trict aforesaidbacLrupt.
boy who had hold of the bear's tail. was a whole set" she said. Clvatt and Williard L. Clyatt. Notice
THE ORIGIN OF TAMMANY. is hereby given that 011 the tend
He wants to let the Mexican difficulty machinery of the money and exchange "of solid silver tell, I'OOUs." CONE Attorneys CHAPMAN.for Petitioner.. 'ay of Noveml r. A. D. 1914. the tatt E

I markets to the new world conditions "Are you sure. Rosie." asked the 11-6"1., T. Dowling was duly adjudged bankrupt, tai
, :4 go, but he is afraid to do it. By A. W. MACV. II'" tthe first meeting his creditors will bt
4 created by the European conflict and The teacher that the spoous were solid?" V W in the office cf the clerk of gait cout
the outlook Society of Tammany, or Ob yes" was the reply triumphant in the government building in the city d
What has become of business is therefore ;
the old-fash-
V; Columbian Order, was formed NOTICE TO APPEAL Jacksonville Daval county Florida. OB U.
ioned woman who considered her ability brighter. in New York in "solid silvir-trtjile plateSCbicagoInter In circuit court Eigthth Judicial Circuit '"h day of November A. D. 1914, it IIeoek
city 17B9 and
Ocean. f Florida Bradford county. .o A. M.. at which time said ereditsnnsy
i, to faint at a moment's notice a S has been a power In. city, state Bank of Starke. a corporation : attend pixve their claims appoint I
If you think you are having troubles and national vaT n-Etce. examine the bankrupt and traooct
sign of breeding and refinement? and hard times remember the politics ever since. Candle Power. ; M. Shaw, et aLNotice 'orb ether bostnen as may properly toot
S Its primary object was to offset to Appear. .(fare said meeting
I ; ;- Congressman L'Engle is on the sick seven million homeless citizens of the influence of the Societyof In computing (caixli power it must Th State of FloridaTo Jacksonville llorMa, November Sid 1914.
be remembered that as there are many T. M. Shaw Greeting: .HA1I. S. ADAMS
: list and it is not fair or.just to heap Belgium who are on the verge of Cincinnati. The latter was different sizes' of camlles: the rate of it having been shown by affidavit that the Referee in BankruptSQERIFPS -

criticism upon him'at this time. We starvation and the terrors of winter formed by the surviving officers :defendant'. T. M. Shaw. non-resUfeat; of thee '
1Ihc1 <
burning Intensity of light radiated of Florida and that the residence of SALE.
: don't believe in kicking a man when approaching. How many of yon have .? the Revolution and as its would vary. M> that the standard aid' defendant is at Brunswick in the state Notice. Is hereby finn that I. S. B. Detnaric. -
constitution o if Georgia and that the defendant is : sheriff cf Bradford county. Florida
provided that
its over
: he is down.Ornithologists. missed a meal lately? candle. ujx n wliK-ti Knglaml and tbe he age of twenty-one years. nder. and by virtw of that certain writ rfTecution
; 1 membership should be perpetu Coiled States be used.' It is therefore considered aril adjudged issued out o fand under th lot I
S agree must *
i the bullbat is Jacksonville is becoming effete. Aman ated by the eldest sons of members tat the said defendant .". It!. Shaw do ap. the circuit courtJ>f Bradford county Fto
say This standard caudle is made of pure "*xt othe complainant's Kit if eitmplaint d s. against R. H. Reynolds and G. W. Scott.
I the friend of the South. The food of was lately placed under a $15 | it was regarded by many spermaceti. exactly round h ere! non or before the Ttbr day of December, nd in favor of! A. Z. Adkins on and dated
as too aristocratic in its stvenA_ D. 191n default whereof November Jrd. J914/ will offer for ii!.! tali
I this bird consists largely of the boll bond for striking and kicking a wom d nclcs. ten- eighths neb. in ell1 rurtt"r and of n length toatfffo will, be entered against a the decree said pro T. Of! to the highest and best bidder therefor

t' weevil mosquitoes and insects that I an. Some time ago a nigger dogcatcher | The Society of Tam- such that six weigh t ne pound and T. Shaw. -'ra. .H. at thef omt house door in the ton
', rrany professed to be far more It is further ordered that this notice be Stsrke Bradford county, Florida. on MOB-
I) vegetation.Things slapped a white woman in the democratic with wick adjusted buru l-'o grains "ublished in the Bradford' County Telegraph. f". the Tth da> of December. 1914. the isne
; prey upon in its character. It
| |
face and the nigger is still alive. of spermaceti (per Ixmr. And the I.UOO.- newspaper published at Starke, in Bradford being a feral arcs day of said court durinr
11 I took Its name from a noted county, Florida once each the] legal hours of sale the following\ direal -
week for
haven't been going to suit I. chief of the Delaware 000 candle power sean-liligbt must emit ir.r consecutive weeks. si-rifed] eftete. situated in Bradford

I "Me" lately and "Me" has dissolved It is said that 2,500 business men Indians. ( a light equal to I.HXI.WO standard 'n vri'ness whereof. I have hereunto set my cornt., Florida. fNwit:
: .' Its chief founder was William | j "*n I partnership with "Gott" and "Me"f n Miami are 'subject to arrest forailure Mooney a native-born American cauilles.-New York Ainericau. -n this the 4th day of November. A. D.court 1914. ,fwo'. ae:'" tract i-t Iznd nS the north end of
o west half of-the liortbwcst of the
I rtt has taken supreme command to take out occupational li- of Irish extraction. The I SEAL) wr. WEEKS,Clerk. I v ontheast quartei" of the northeast quarter quarter *ffcction

! German army and ,navy. censes. Miami is probably the only society Is nominaly: a charitable Maybe He Got It Back. By' R. A. WEEKS twenty-eight (in township six. sooth
Brown Mi?* twenty-two iat and thence west
and Jones l-6-5t. : run
AVIV ii-auing .
town in the world the half of whose association on a Deputy Clerk. )
I :pt_ s> fraternal In An -'e-t to a point cf beginning: tlK>nee ro
in has its polished counter awl: talking intimate west 100 feet iherc souht 309 feet:
r: The war Europe exploded population are business men. nature, and quite distinct : run
I l y. Then said 15rown to Jones MASTER'S SALE. hence run ,eastilOO.fpet: thence run Boru
: rri ".. the Osler theory that a man's usefulness S from the general committee cf Notice is hereby given that under and by 09. feet to tbe slid point of beginning: &aid
Ji!?,., ceases at 40. All the men com The American farmer now has the the Tammany Democr cy. It "Look bvre. old mau. Suppose you virtue.. of a final decree of foreclosure made 1 being 100 tret 'rast and west and W
were to conic around to my apart. "t rendered the 2nd day of November A. D. feet north and south, in the town of Starke.
biggest opportunity he ever had. Meat a very prominent in .
manding the battling armies are part meats one of these 1914, by the judge of the circuit court of the S. B. DENMARK.
days mid should
above 60 of and bread will be at a premium for politics, nevertheless. It claims | Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and '1-6-Et_ Sheri Badford County, Floridt.
years age. walk np tu room and. for Bradford
: to have my receiving nonswer county Florida in chancery, in
: years to dome, and America must furnish outlived fourteen national a to your knock snonld In favor. of Lois Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, her MTWETO DKJTORS AND CREDITORS.
Several Starke business men hav:I the most of it. parties. Aarcn Burr was come >-'lT1fl. corar-teiriants, and against W. N. Notice is hpre' Y given that all creditor! *
a prominent member of Tam- and find my lifeless body stretched out Murdaugh and Eunice Murdauph. his wife;. Ireatees. distributes fend all persons havinglai"s
the following sign posted in their S defendants ; or dcmanrfH aaint the estate of DoS.
I the
I .. : cold: across the lutl. I\V. in a undersigned will offer for sale
I If Andrew Carnegie wants to die many in Its earlier years. ease before the courthouse door at .Wheeler late ;.f Bedford County. Florid*.
Starke for .,
stores: "If you spit on the floor at I Iikt'ltbwtlat would you do ida. during the legal hours of sale on Mon ..,.asM. are herby required to present t...
fit, home spit on the floor here. We want: poor, let him feed and clothe the 7- "111 tell you." tttiswereit Jones after day December 7th. 1914. to the highest and i r"-.p d.lv nuthenliFsVd to the undersiirn
k 000,000 Belgians who have been ren- (Copyright. 33': t. by1 Joseph R BowIt; bret bidder for cash the following described will be held in bar thcWto., and all persons in'I -
: r.. :, you to feel at home. thinking: It over.I'd intitule an immediate real estate bin I ;: ,t S dered homeless and helpless by the search for [bt' ?."> you nave ;:,*-k, county of Bradford; State of Florida '.J->ted to said estate Ire required to paf their.

it:;': Ohio is the mother of heroes as I war. He would die poor in money, Despondency Due to Indigestion.It owed me fur two Y\'III"S.- KxcUange. to-wit loOt, "ne. two, six. seven and ten In block raid debts to administrator; W.I MANNING.forthwith.D

I I': well as presidents. More than twice but rich in honor. is not at all surprising that per- --- ,two. in Truby and Daia addition to the town Administrator deceased. of the dilate' of D. S. Wheeler,
f Starke. :
Carnegie hero medals were .;-_.. sons who have The New Woman. i-6-8t.
i as many indigestion become discouraged A. S. CREWS, _
; _
\ awarded last Friday to Ohio men and 11 The. Orlando Sentinel has changed L and despondent. Here area Simeon r'onl. the Humorist. Raid at 11-6-51 Special Master in Chances MASTER'S- -SALE.

r. boys as to any other state. hands. Messrs. W. E. Essington and I few words of hope and cheer for a rect-ut diuuer: Hereby notice U: jrivefl that under' and W
W .M. Glenn of Indiana the Tbe ueu woman is 'rtne of that eerlain: final decree of forel --
are new them a commanding MASTER'S SALE.
t.,I by Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana Nctiee (>Iure made by the judge of the EiM)
owners. The former owner and editor Pa. "For figure. Mau riiickles down to ber. irtue of is hereby given that under and by .icial; Circuit of Florida, in chancery lit.
f!. years my digestionwas "Man. the a final decree o foreclosure made "-" ;" the circuit court for Bradford county.
Beware of Ointments for Mr. Josiah Ferris, will remain so that I could coiHjueror when he would --< rendered November 2nd 1914 bv the Florida. on the 4th day of November. 191..
poor the Tijde
only win a woman in tbe pa 1. brought ber of the eireuirt court of the Eight i favor of J. If. Sandlin as complainant
r with the
I ; Catarrh !bat Contain Mercury paper. lightest foods. 'udi:ial Circuit of Florida in and for I- :
; ., I tried every thing to the dust. Today on tbe contrary ford county, in Rra -2 't a J. Douglass. Ella L. Douitlaa nj
chancery- in
favor of M.
o H. .
I -. JlS mercury will surely destroy the sense that I heard of to get relief but be brings tli- iust ! I t'/ of smell and completely derange the The Tampa Times says Germany not to lIt'rCblt'aguRP hew awl G. \. Fpperson. J. Stir .1. offer for sale during the legal hoo" 0
defendants ,
it until about tiers Id. the pndefijnicd I- on Monday the Tth day of DCtOISbCT.Old.
whole system when entering through a when I
would not know the Monroe Doctrine year ago sawChamberlain's : will offer: for sale at the old Dekle cssk
r : the mucous surfaces. Such articles should to the hiehett and best bidder
I never be used except on prescriptions if she met it in the: road. If Germany: Tablets advertised and inreroporated iiI site in or town near of the Lake southern limits of the following; described property:
from reputable physicians as the damag- ;ot a bottle of them did I Peckless Driving. onf county Butler in Brad- The northeast quarter c>f the southeast qua f--
find Florida where
the the
! they wiU do Is ten told to the good you over runs against the Monroe Doctrine property hereinartpr Vr and the northwest cuarter of the south-
can possibly derive from them. Hail: right treatment. I soon began to improve Mabel-1 sve Charlie has his hand IDa I described is located during the Wai -'.8t nnarttr. lets ':ne (!l acre for school sna
will of
once she know it the next nnrs sale
on Monday. December
3. 7th. Ive tat side of the sooth'ft -
F. the north
manufactured acres
Catarrh Cure, by sling. Mark-Yes reckless "> on
I Cheney & Co.. Toledo. O.. contains E' time she meets it. and since taking a few bottlesf driving. *>"14.following to the highest and best bidder for cash qrarter of the soutlfvcct quarter of sri-
I \ mercury and is taken internally acting : them my digestion is fine." Mabel Auto? Mark No. Maoel- wit: described personal property, to- :r..1 twenty-one (tl). Containing eigblrIIJ "'
directly: upon the blood and mucous surfaces S # For forte? Mark-No. > acres more or lead; also the south ba U
of the system. In buying llill'j: The St. Augustine: Record refers the 0 sale by all dealers. bammer.-Ufe. -One"sty saw horse mill outfit consisting of one f the mutheast quarter of the northtast.irt' ,
power engine and twenty-five '- of section All in tow.-
}. Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gem V-te tv.enly (20
; and made liTMetta. I strawberry as anothe See power boiler one saw frame and saw 4h-D five (5) eouth. nineteen (19) "St-
: Jn '. It Is taken that children range
your "ill
U'i[ Ohio by F. J. Cbeney & Co. Testimonials 7lorida industry. The strawberry Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe be taught tthments.outfit. one certain saw bell and all at-' '"ntaininz in the inrreate one hunHrcJ m
tree. Old Standard not only the labors of the earth, but 'our U04) acres, more, Or: less in Bradford 4

$ Sol.1 by DT3tStL Price 75c per bottle 1sbc:;: has been a big industry i a GROVE'S: TASTELESS general chill strengthenics TON drive; toclc.out the loveliness of 1 .-JoIlD Ituskin.Li *JOE n Special HILL Master WILLUMS.in Chaceu?'. -county.-.'e about Florida.eleven and alc9(lt> one U) old J'T8YB.f1&IUEU"Mary. !

Taio QftU'a Famflj PUli for coBotlpstiaa. 'rcdfoid county for many years. \taIa.enticheIthebd.ndiIdnpt1esv,. F (:HT. ." V years
tem. A true tonic. For adults and children ." IHtor for Complainant.11.6It .
v : Special Master..PAGE .

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..,. 1Q14.. TELEGRAPH. .,. '"'.. fta ;._ _
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.. ,, The drummers love Starke these ;

\..,. day and they ,show it by coming '" -, '

f.d, ,' '::1,,." ,l't here in bunches. ,They say they.make ..., : z

,:,J- 'f; B its. of LocalInformation: more town sales of in its Starke size"than the in state.any othEr \joo.uwe\ to i take .. H(:

11. position Mr. L.as D.engineer Bessent at has the resigned city light his \\\OUf\ 01 1r. mG.tJ l tkt jumld\ I | :

and water plant to accept a similar YoU : :
', : J Cr rd,' .. ..... -..MNuI position at Miami. The new engineer, money now *- you'll NEED it worse later cm ,

.. .. CUll"'" .r.. .. Mr. D. H. Vaughn, ,,is expected daily I Start to put your money in the Bank a little ala'timc. .; = -
..r.".fiJJ'rt to take up the work. Deny your pelf and start .ayin*. Systematic Saving. r
{<<1. L u -. Spurte dorfl count. The finafscorc make
: Messrs. I. R. Rhoden and Sidney no '::
Y "dry goods. Leviton. I Mrs W. 'B. Harris and Mrs. B. W. Powers, Mrs. A..D. Powers and little mention of a splendid stArt if the fib provea yo
r Kor [
:1 Also
an Raln'
Gulley of Tampa, are visiting. 'Mr. daughter, Leta,, Master Audrey WERD r RT aALAFMJ: .>. : I

4i! {, SYRUP '.CANS, Jbnea,-Hardware. I and Mrs. Silas Kite. Powers and Mrs. Daniel Green, of YOU HAVETHEHOMEY-MEHAVETHE BAnK "'.vBring -

.LADIES-Wizard mops. Jonea and chil- Macclenny, were the guests of Mr. .
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brooks 0 I f
'f Hardware. dren, of Raiford, were visitors to and Mrs. Frank Rhoden Tuesday.The OpsnohAcount'. : V

l!t wire at Hull's Depart- Starke Saturday. School and Civic Club will hold DOLLAR i
; .
li,"!.sot Store.. I Sitting in front of the fireplace and_ afternoon its regular of monthly Wednesday meeting, November on the TO-IMY i- J't' 1r .... .... ; 'I {
is enjoyable "'
I cracking pecans an pastime
Hull'sDepartment ; '
jib' Florida syrup 35 cents gallon. I 11th ,at three o'clock in the council '.II'CTI' '_ --
on evenings.
: l Store. rooms. All interested as well as members JLl1JL1Jl (

(i going at $3.98. Miss Estelle Lanier, who is teach- are cordially invited to attend. . . . . f. !
Lake Butler, visited
ing school near W. A. BESSENT i
f.\ Styberg's. friends here Tuesday. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Bap- DR. 0. L. HAYNES ; Jr. I S. PEDRICK

tist church will meet at the home of o Dentist. ,

j! Cold"drinks, candies and cigars at Miss Ollie Wall, of Belmore, wasa Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Tuesday af FIREPROOF '

,'lame!'. restaurant. gcest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ternoon at three o'clock. Matters of 0 Phone 80. Hull Building. GARAGE 'i

i Jt.'F1 Hull's J. W. Andrews, Sr., Sunday.Mr. importance will be discussed at this 0 STARKE, FLORIDA. .
rida syrup 35 cents gallon. time, and all members are urged to . . . . ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE r ;
. ,if'i Department Store. John H. Powell, of Jackson- attend. '

. ; W ville, was the guest of his brother,, car: and one of the hand 1 ENGINE t
t rails WORK.
. Mr. Ellery Thomas, of Brooker was pulled
. -,; I Mr. L. C. Powell, Tuesday. J. W. Andrews & Son, of Starke, loose from its fastenings. Realizing I i I
"' ', in Starke Monday. I
. have the for Bradford countyof that he would fall
agency he
I thrust himselfas WORK
Futch of Lake Butler
) Attorney
. ); f'Florida syrup 35 cents gallon.. Hull'sDepartment the Studebaker automobile, one of far as possible away from the side ;
in Starke this week on business
: Store. I was the best cars on the market, whichis the car to avoid being crushed .
_. refute the circuit court. old un 103 + m
I I sold fully equipped with electric < the wheels. The fall rendered him S .ARKE, FLA :

. Suit cases 90 cents and up. A complete lumber yard and build starter, electric lights and electric unconscious for several hours. He CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON. STRERT15. : ,;

, .' i Sternberg's. ._, ing supply store at your service- horn, 1915 model, complete, deliveredf. was taken to a hospital in Tampa, ..
; a. : Quigley Lumber and Supply y Co. o. b. Starke, $1050. where it was discovered that his hip -. ''f
; J-.: dren's at Leviton's. Horse high, bull strong, pig tight; Mr. A. L. Alvarez has purchased had bruised.been It dislocated is and his back'I ;
Southern wire fence for sale at the the 0. B. Sweat farm of 180 acres be- thought that he Oar Watch and Clock Repairing $
:' : sustained internal ,
- can't be beat. | any injuries and
Our $1 pants Quigley j Lumber and Supply Co. tareen Starke and Raiford. Mr Sweat he is Will more' than please j
\ ,,i Sternberg's. fought this farm from Mr. Alvarez expected soon to be able to return yea Estimates given .+ '
c ( I Cold weather is coming. We have several to work. cheerfully. Prompt sarales.
forty .
years ago. acres l _
; "
I r p Men's blue serge suits at Leviton's. wood stoves and oil stoves at very
of it is under cultivation and'Mr. Alvarez We Pay Parcel Pen :
; r School shoes at Leviton's. 'I,.low prices. Hull's Department Store.ri will use the rest of it for pasturing ELECTION RESULTS Ckmrge Oae Way. t ,i

J .r 'The local market is now. full of week stock.Through a JEWELRY.NOVELTIES DIAMONDS t :.
ri Special for the coming :
..T' .3' Regular Nominees of .
.c / @;t home of I'-ladies' $1.25 house dresses the efforts of the Lake All Elected. Primary I I ,nr R. J. RILES / ra.

r -!* Mr. C. C. Click, of Ocala, was inII going at 98 cents. Sternberg'sI Butler Telephone Company Starkenow JaekMwvUle Fla. i !
business Monday. I has direct telephone connection
Starke on
I A i
I Embroideries at Leviton's.vt Lake.Butler, Raiford, Providenceand comparatively light vote was ',

_. : Mr. E. M. Wilson, of Lawtey, was the whole west end of the county. polled in Starke and Bradford countyon J!
:, 'visitor to Starke Monday. I Our $15.00 blue serge suits are goT Tuesday. There was no excitement -
.... .a.. connection was made Saturday r. jt
fast better before they I and lack of
, i ing get one a interest generally -" T
' ''! H. Futch of Lawtey, attended and fills a long felt want.
Mr. R. ,
are all gone. Hull's DepartmentStore. seemed to characterize the election. *i

'',;. !-,1"J.i, court here this week. Mr. W. H. Green, of New River, I All the regular nominees of the primary -I Wars Conflagrations and Panics ***

t: :: .. Mr. Roy Roberts, of Graham, attended American fence. If quality and not was in Starke on business Mondayand were elected. There was no opposition ,

I' '\\1" }' court here this week. I quantity counts, you will buy American while here told us of some big. for any office except that of I
Porto ,Rico he this county treasurer. The regular nominee -
yams grew year. Do not affect the
fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. companies
Iz'i' Pure coffee per one pound can, 30 Out of- one hill he dug four potatoesthat Mr. G. W. Hazen, was opposed we represent. 1 1I

'.i; .cents. Hull's. Department Store. "I I Jones. weighed 20 pounds and out of by Mr. H. 0. Brown, an independent They are solid all the time. That's the kind
another hill in the he candidate, who did not show much r ;
The most complete line of wood 3 pound can tomatoes, 10 cents; 2 same row dug.
, ii; and oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. pounds can tomatoes,'8 cents; 1 pound 3 potatoes that weighed 16 pounds. 'i strength. I of protection the property owners want. .

I r" '" can tomatoes, 5 cents. Hull's Department Latest reports from Tuesday's. elec- .
j; : 5 or g doses 666 will break any Store. Scuppernong grapes have been successfully tion indicates the Democratic major WE HAVE IT

,' -, case of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. grown in this section for E ity in the House of Representatives ;' 'j
,, II I New, entirely sanitary and up-to- many years. Recently experimentshave Will be reduced to 23, with a probable J. R. DAVIS l & COM PA N lf, FLORIDA l
1t' doses will break been made with several I f I
or fi 666 any date-the Eaustine closet system for varietiesof Democratic majority in the Senate of _i---------- '
I ,; ,, :case of,Fever or Chills. Price 25c. ]home, office and schools. Quigley bunch grapes with gratifying re fourteen. -'-----.. ...._- .. u ? I
. Lumber and Supply Co. sults. Grape culture here offers an ,
The Democrats have
Mr.,J. M. Futch, of Elarbee, was elected 226
. ,b Starke on business Saturday. time excellent opportunity to some enterprising members, the Republicans 192, the i i1 iI
at $10.00 worth of
t. j Buy one person to reap big profits. +++++ ++++++++++++++ :
Progressives 10, and the Socialists 1.
': '. A :good line of shoes atI 'dry! you goods 25 or pounds groceries of sugar and we for willsell $1. Concord time grapes for sell readily anywhereat Of the. six remaining districts it was ++ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 4 A Reduction PricesTo I

,t. 3; 'Sternberg's.Mr. 1 I Hallowe'en and Democrats would elect three ttttttttttttt t+ttf t I ---1:
was not celebrated
f R. B. Tilley, of Gainesville, We have of ladies ,
a new shipment each. my friends and grading public: t
'it':n. \ transacted business here Monday. I. misses, men and boys Selz shoes, an any young special folks manner did not in fail Starke to, but enjoy the The heaviest Republican gains were FOR RENT-Two store rooms in I I wish to call YOll;attention to a .\

]kinds, they are guaranteed. Hull's 13 in Illinois, 12 in New York 10 in central location on Call street. few very low cost prices: J
f -, ,'Mr. Peter B. Engle and family themselves in the usual way. Halowe'en W. Morgan. J'I ,
.It, ': moved to Fort Pierce this week. Department Store. parties were; held in different Pennsylvania and nine in Ohio. The I I The best white side meat, 14c,.

I The weather for the past two, weeks parts of the town and groups of children Progressive representation in the FOR SALE-600 bushels of first-class per pound. ,..t
t [iMr, J. E. Owsley, of Theressa, w sI' has been enjoyable, but a little rain in every neighborhood amused House was cut from 19 to nine or ten. peanuts. Henry Summers, Lulu, Ham, 21 cents. I' fl,
k ,b Starke on business Wednesday. The contests that Lard, 10 cents. .*>
:_ I would be good for strawberries and themselves with Hallowe'en pranks are so close thatn Fla. 10-16-4t. \
I', : ,Mr.' J., W. Hamilton, of WorthingJi vegetables. and games. Everything was done ian they could not be definitely determined 2 lb. tomatoes, 85c; &ts a dozen. !',
at a late hour Tuesday night FOR SALE-Cabbage plants, $1.00 3 lb. tomatoes, $1 06 dozen.A .
,r: inn, attended court here this week. orderly manner under the watchful were < a I
,ir* A I I IA ( Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Snyder and eyes of the police and no damageto in two Colorado districts, one district per 1,000. C. S. Durling, Starke, few children's thoes .from. 50 j

J-*& -. ,Mr. J-R.: Merritt, of near Lake Bu tbaby, of Kitesville, Md., spent Sunday property was done. in New Jersey, two in Kansas and Fla. 1023tf. cents to $1.00 a pair. I

f; a: ler,attended court here this week. with their uncle, Mr. N. T .Ritch, one in North Carolina. .i... : Starch, 50 cents a dozen. I

.",( I of this city. One of the many things that do -- FOR SALE-Klondyke strawberry I Pickles, fresh stock, $1,00 a dozen
,. Born.to Mr. and,Mrs.. W. H. Graham 1 well here is the fig, a fruit that is a DEATH OF B. A. PARRISH. I plants, second runners, $1.50 per bottles. f

: \:: on Tuesday, November 3,.a boy.f' .i Miss Lottie Warren, who is teach- general favorite. It is a prolific bearer 1000. A. H..Green, Starke. 10-23-tf Meal, 9 pounds. 25 cf-nts. ..: i
| bg school at Glen St. this :I
.. Good values in ladies' coats Si son, spent Sunday with Mary her parents sea-, and is a sure crop. It is said upon Mr. B. A. Parrish died Friday night, FOR E.ENT-Our new bungalow on Grits, 9 pounds, 24 cc-|'t. ''_.:

f $2.98 up. Sternberg's Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Warren: good authority that one acre of figs October 30, at his home near Miller, Madison street. Mrs. B. R. Wit- Pure coffee, 25 cents fer pound.
I will support an average family in after an'illness of two years with kovski. Parched and ground. : /*

I Mr. R. E .Roundtree and family| Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Riggs and comfort ,if the fruit is preserved at cancer of the throat. He was buried Good flour $6.00 per barrel.. s

4 moved. to Orange Heights Monday. Ai children, of Jacksonville, attended the home and placed upon the marketin at New Zion cemetery Sunday with FOR SALE-Early Flat Dutch and I Pure shorts, $1.75 per sack. \ j .

,, |t Mr.' 0. J I I funeral of Mrs. Riggs' mother, Mrs.i attractive shape. Cheap homecanning Masonic honors, the Lake Butler and Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage Oats, $2.05 per sack : 'j
.Phillips, of
r.VII in Enterprise, Isaac Edwards,' Sunday. and preserving outfits can be Providence lodges participating. The plants, $1.00 per 1,000. J. W. Staf, Beet pulp, $1.75 per seek.

: Starke on business Monday. I bought for a small sum nowadaysand deceased was a member of high standing Waldo, Fla. ll-6-5t. Cotton seed meal, $]$& per sack. I.

.- Judge T. J. Dekle, of Lake Butler is Mr. R. A. Green, of New River, who I an experiment of this kind is of the Lake Butler lodge. I I No. 1 timothy hay, 1.35 per 100 \
? attending the
:<. was b Starke .on business this week. at Gainesville this University of Florida in' worth trying. Mr. Parrish was 73 years of age FOR SALE-Coon and possum pounds. i

: year, was This has been at the time of his death. He was hounds, fox and cat hounds, pointers Any five cent package, 6 for 25
: Percales and ginghams Starke on business an exceptionally busy
.' -. at Leviton's. Monday. week for Starke. The board of county born and reared in Bradford county and setters. M. L. Crawford, cents. '

.:1 *, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Gordon, of Rai- Up to date restaurant for ladiesand commissioners held their monthly 1 and remained a resident of the coun- Tiger, Ga. 1167t. 5 pounds good ground coffee, $1.00. ;'

:<.foM.' were visitors to Starke Mon- gentlemen. First class service. meeting, the county board of public ty until his death. Mr. Parrish was Grits, $2.15 per sack. | "

'.... dartf Everything new and sanitary. Turner instruction was in session and the one of the county's most highly respected :: FOR SALE-One thousand pound Meal, $2.10 per sack. .: 1.
': Call street, Starke. Bradford county circuit court citizens and his death is sincerely horse, work anywhere. Tyson and When you want a bargain go to I .
Roor convened '
: :
l ; oil-just what you have been here this week. The horse traders: mourned by all who knew him. Jones top buggy. Two gallon milch J

tg-Quigley Lumber &: Supply While they last we will sell our were in evidence. People from all i He is'survived by his wife and one cow, full blood Jersey, at a bargain. I I l
se C-
J Crnrpany. sumer line of GARTER
1 J. G.
iff*tllt ,- ____ cent ties at 19 neckwear cents 35 at cost. 25 wer in vidnce. Pople from all sections small child, Talmage Parrish, and Apply at this office. 2t. '
; cent ties at
# ; John K. Stephens Worth41 22 cents 50 cent of the county were in and out numerous other relatives. : i '
; ties
at 38
?>;, ..ltayk.attended court here Hull's Department Store. tenthis ts. of town on business matters all the DEATH OF CHILD. REMOVAL NOTICE. t
I":1', week. The merchants and hotels of DEATH OF CHilD. 4
.. '(
.',- ot' I I -
The new rector of the Episcopal Starke did a land office business. Little Carl, the son of Mr. and Mrs. I have "..
j! j, t :S. I' removed my office from the :
Sternberg of GainesviUo! church, Rev. W. H. Du Moulin, has The friends and relatives of Mr. Berate Roebuck, died Monday, Oc- j
=his son, Mr. N. Sternberg, on arrived in Starke and is getting in Mr. Elliott Williams, of the Ter and Mrs. Jeff Starling, who live two x>ter 26, and was buried in the New, Francis building on Thompson street i :

)f.: "'A. ,""" _.,.'f. touch with the local situation. ale's Mill settlement, was in town miles south east of Sapp station, will Hope church cemetery on the follow I to the second floor of the Ritch block

rna" to Mr. and Mrs. Saturday and told a Telegraph man to sorry to learn of the death of their ing Tuesday at 2 o'clock, Rev. F. B. and my office now adjoins the office 1:

,01 JHami, on Aaron Jones, We have the swellest line of ne ckthat about 350 acres of strawberries little daughter... r.Ji"ehl> 'Irr>c Johns, of Starke, conducting the fun of J. E. Futch. :
Wednesday, October 28! ,wear ever seen in Starke the latest had been E. T. CAMPBELL, M. D. I'
t:, planted in that neighborhood taken sick on Wednesday last and eral services. Little Carl was born

'wo'ez i; in them.Bowing end bows, come'in and see this year. The first strawberries died Monday morning at 2 o'clock. April 23, 1911. The sorrowing par 10-16-4t f,
Hull's -
r .f ,11.<.' '.1. l'a-yoU know the s -it- _Department___ Store. grown in this county were planted She was five years old. We know not ents have the sympathy of their large Get our prices for printing and we

,, Saliply Wle ;,best. Qulgley umber and'I It Starke probably has as in the Temple's Mill section 35 when the hour of death cometh like a circle of friends in their bereavement. will get your orders. 1
., many aur -
: .- I I r tomobiles to the square inch ,as years ago and from a small beginningthe thief at night. It breaks our heartsto I

,it sdsy .. I i I town b Florida or any strawberry industry has gro to see our loved one depart, but God
',;, ldividuaJ dinners for families and which is a sure sign of any the other state, to a $500,000 crop every year. Mr. hath said. Blessed little children to +11111111111'l' 111II11111111111111111111'l+14'fo-H+4#+4+ .
S at Roy V. prosperity > j
T lataurank Turner's new of our people. Williams says his neighborhood is come unto me and forbid them not for 4+
: "
,' h. I making rapid strides nowadays. They such is the kingdom of heaven. + BETTER PREPARE YOUR OWN COPY. + I

L'dies 'and I Mr. 0. J. Farmer, of Gainesville, now have a good school, a church anda When we all meet in Heaven, + +

t;J ke ret gentlemen, when in the genial representative of the Flis >r- thriving Sunday school. And from sorrow forever be free; + Don't trust the writing of your advertising to the lowest paid +

!: f restaurant.your meals at Turne"rxaew ida Tunes-Union b this territory, was When we join in a song of the ran- + man in the house. It is too important a matter. The man who + ;

:i .. in Starke soliciting business Wednesday Mr. A. P. Hoffman returned Sa tersoured, + knows the stock and is himself a good salesman is the one for this. +

:- \IIri.c.. A. irrL._ and Thursday. day from Tampa, where he had gone What a gathering there will be. oi' Write copy that will bring the prospective customer to tho store +

i- ''' WA'mks: Jr.., and littl e sOn, C. Mr- B. R. Witkovski Wednesday on account of an accident A FRIEND. : + and the behind-the-counter man will have nothing to do but wrap +
,? tarke were here 'Monday I now has a potion that befell his son, George Hoffman, + the article and collect for it. +
of as salesman
f&Mi 11I4I 1Irs.guests her pare ts, Dry Goods for the Wilson : on that day. Young Hoffman, who is In your advertising, space in the Telegraph with good copy you +
1 B. of Only
"' Elba, Sra .-I I invites his and a railroader, was making a run fr can keep your clerks busy. 4 14
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to hunt him To get the enune.caH for fan name. LAEA
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.. November' lith 19n 14

,cane and a quick harvest; a wet fallor six feet. For the culture of sugar cane 'ant

SUGARCANE winter (frequent in Louisiana) re- Fertiliziflf., the manufacture of sugar and syrup, \\ L

read bulletins of'the Florida
tards the ripening, and entails greatexpense On naturally good, well drained Agri- \ .. _

for harvest. A Dg"frost" sandy loam, a formula containing 4 cultural Experiment Station Gainesville -
ii. Fla., and the Louisiana Sugar
seldom in Florida be-
occurs percent ammonia, 6 per cent avail- THE PUBLIC fWe' t
Experiment Station, Audobon Park;
fore January. Grinding begins Oc- able phosphoric acid, 4 per cent potash .

tober 15, in Louisiana, and seldom be- i composed of, organic ammoniate Louisiana. : .,are hereto, ,anwer -
AM write the U.
s01lsADAPTEDT9CULTUREMethods to S. Departmentof
fore November 15 in North Florida. -cotton
seed meal, tankage or fish
Agriculture, ,Washington, D. C., andtOserVe
Thus insuring thirty additional days scrap- with acid phosphate and high questions
for bulletins No. 70 and 75 of the ,
of Planting and Culture for' the 'maturing of the crop., .In grade potash either sulphate or mu- the
.'' Chemical division, "Experiments in : public. '
-Fertilizing and South Florida killing frosts are. of riate, applying from 500 to 1WK ;
Cane Culture and Syrup Making;; it
rare occurrence and grinding continues pounds acre, depending largely
The Yield. per aRw.e.dQ< for
South and Farmers' Bulletin
; Georgia,
i from December 1 to February. In the natural productiveness of the soil : ,

1 Sugar cane is successfully grown tropical ,Florida, south of the 28th -win,supply the needs:of the plant. facture.No."477 The, "Sorghum methods Syrup Mann for kWhat ;

", in all the Southern States bordering' parallel, frost to'kill oranges, lemons,; On well drained low hammocks and applicable ERN EXPRESS co 1

on the Gulf, of Mexico-"the'.SugaiBeltT limes.or tropical cane, seldom occurs. rich muck lands, which are naturallyrich sorghum syrup are practically the -,,,,,,,.,,-..r-,,,..I"'r..., ..-.. : ...-.-.\1
The climate of West Northern and same as: for sugar cane syrup.R.
in nitrogen, the ammoniates canto
: extending approximately one '
Middle Florida has fully thirty days E. ROSE,
hundred miles north of the Gulf Coast omitted.
State ChemistFALL '
in Louisiana ,Alabama and Georgia, longer growing season than Louisiana Yield. \ \, ;-rrii

and is successfully cultivated in all while South Florida has forty-five ,to While 65 tons per acre of cane have
parts of the State of Florida. At sixty.In been grown on large areas of rich

present, the largest acreages of sugarcane tropical Florida the element of land, and 35 tons averaged on fieldsof 7i rI :l
into calculation. most sections of the South then _
frost does not come
are found in the northern and more than 500 acres, it is safe to -

western counties of the state.A Grinding may begin when the crop is estimate carefully; while it is claimed should be a supply of fresh vegetablesat '1'

and extend into the next all seasons of the year. In Flor- '
white frost does not injure sug- ready grow- that 30 tons is a'fair average, my (

ar cane. On the contrary it checksits : ing season. As to the quality of cane,, opinion is that the estimate should be ida and other sections of the South

growth and hastens maturity. A little has been done in Florida to select an average of 20 tons per acre. where hard frosts seldom occur prac-

the in fact the tically of the common vegetablesmay 1
or improve plant; any
'' freeze kills the buds or eyes, and destroys Cost Per Ton. I y- T ,
poorest, short-jointed, stunted stub- be planted at this season of,the \ = = -
fr"itf the germinating quality, hence The most expensive item in estab-
ble generally used for seed, while year. In the other sections of the
frozen cane is unfit for seed (cuttings lishing a sugar field .is the seed cane.
f the best and finest is worked South it is too late to plant
cane up. any veg-
). Frosted cane will make good It requires four tons of cane to plantone
The varieties introduced by the etables except spinach, kale, turnips, ,
same .... .
The -
valued ati.00
syrup or sugar if it be "made up'before i acre, per ton. : --
5 Jesuits still This'negl.Ct lettuce" radishes and. onion sets for
k are grown.
the cane ferments. general and proper method is to grow
of seed however, is bunch onions. If these .
selecting cane, green crops
In the northern counties of Florida your own seed cane-one acre of good
not peculiar to Florida. The same have not been planted, it should be
seed cane is preserved by bedding,, cane will plant five additional acres,,
careless methods prevail to a large done as soon as possible. A hot bed
mat-laying or windrowing. When which, with the original acre, will
; extent in Louisiana and Cuba. Had or cold frame will be found useful in
properly windrowed, cane is readily make the field six acres the second
the and scientific experi- the colder regions of the South for
same care .
kept in good condition for planting or year. With seed cane costing four
with as growing lettuce and radishes ,Y
I menting practiced care
: the factory, for months. Thousandsof dollars per ton, the cost of the first

acres are thus preserved in perfect with beets during the last twenty year's crop, including fertilizing and winter. AT YOUR SERVICE tIt
the amount of in the All of the mentioned be
years, sugar crops
condition for the factory in Louisiana,, harvest, will approximate $45.00, or
could have been increased easily. Any good, well-
plant largely grown very
South Georgia and Alabama. $2.25 per ton, on the basis of twenty
tropical drained soil will do, but sandy loam
though average cane now a
Southern counties have generally tens per acre.
'. contains much more 'sugar and less soil is best. Thorough preparation is desire j
s' neglected to report their cane crops. II thirty tons are made, by no means: our earnest to
impurities than the best varieties of should be given the soil and where
The total acreage for the state re- an unusual yield, the cost per ton to

} ported in 1910 was 7,522 acres, val- ''--ets. grow and harvest, is proportionatelyreduced. manure has not already been appliedit serve and assist the shipPing -

is advisable to apply at the rate of ,
ued at $794,172.00, or $105 per acre. Central Mills. .
15 to 20 loads of well rotted
It will be'noted that more than half At five cents per pound for sugar,
Were it generally known that larger in the of
the acre. In addition to the ma- public use !
this 'acreage was produced in the a price that can reasonably be expected -
amounts of can be made in this
sugar I nure, 300 to 400 pounds acre of Ir5
northern tier of counties. It is safe for years to come, the value of this per
less with
state, at much cost per acre, commercial fertilizer will be found of
+. to say that, using better machinery, cane at a factory being one-half the our facilities. We mean
less labor, with but little skill required -
value in giving the plants a quick
mills and evaporators, this value growing, with far less capital required value of the sugar in it, would be $4 i iI
start. If is available
could readily have been increased 50 per ton for cane averaging 160 poundscf no manure ap- what .
for and manufac- exadly placard
ply 600 to 1000 pounds a good com- I our
'f per cent, or to $150.00 per acre. pure sugar per ton of cane, or 8
than in
turing, beet-sugar making,
plete fertilizer to the acre.
". With a modern'central sugar or i cent of the weight of the cane in
would be invested in the per j
vast sums The following varieties are for slogan: is 1 1J
sug- states our
.3 s syrup factory, similar to the beet factories business. The location of central'mills available, granulated or pure sugar, .
of the West, the value of the Florida gested.
per ton of average cane, or J
at various parts of the state-near leaved Norfolk

product would have been at least dou- Pensacola, Marianna, Quincy, Talla- $80 gross, showing a net profit of $35 Savoy.Spinach-Savoy or I

r. : ble, $200.00 : acre. for. the first The 1
or per acre, season.
hassee Madison Lake Gainesville
City, Kale-Siberian or Scotch kale. The
; #i. There is no agricultural product .tecond season, the cost of the seed bring L
; J than Ocala; Leesburg, Brooksville, Scotch kale is the curled type and is
more staple more eliminated the net shouldbe
sugar-no crop profit
Lakeland Plant Bartow Fort
City, ,
preferred by some.
certain than this to a fair less than to the
produce not $50 per acre r
,, Meade, Punta Gorda and Bradentown Turnips-Seventop, Strap leaf, Pur- EXPRESS COMPANY"Service
'return. A total failure of a cane crop grower. Minimum yields of cane or
could each afford of for I I
r a supply cane pletop Globe, White Globe.
4 has never teen recorded. The price : sugar only, are used in this estimate. _
mills each making 5,000,000 or more
fluctuates less than that of any other I Much larger yields in tonnage end Lettuce-of the leading type the is Standard'A.I
On the St. Johns ,
pounds annum. Hanson will bo
per Boston
Big or : very
: staple. Sugar, formerly a luxury, is i percentage of sugar are frequentlymade
river and East Coast, St. Augustine, satisfactory, of the loose leaf type
... ,,, '. ,now, recognized as a necessity. on well cultivated, properly fer- .1WHENEVER
Hastings, DeLeon Springs, Tomoka, the Grand Rapids or Black Seeded
Soils Adapted to Sugar Cane. tilized and naturally productive soils.
Daytona, Port Orange, New Syrmnaand
p,. Any soil in Florida that will produce Rattoon or Stubble Crops.In Simpson.
I Titusville afford fine i/imm MUM
4 equally as Radishes-French Breakfast, Scar-
a fair crop of corn will produce North and Middle Florida, properly -
opportunities for the establishment of let Turnip, Early Scarlet, Charter
f a corresponding crop, of sugar cane. cultivated and protected cane
central mills. I I
Any well drained sandy loam, partic- Long Scarlet Icocle.
I I stubble or rattoons, produce profitable -
These mills or factories purchasingtheir
Onions-Multiplier or Potato On-
ularly soils with a lay or marl sub- for two or moreyears-
supplies from the farmer can crops ion, White Globe, Yellow Globe, Sil-
soil, such as are generally chosen for three crops from one planting.In YOU NEE
afford to pay for the cane verskin.
,trucking or vegetable growing, soils South Florida, between Gaines'
a price equal to the sum now obtainedfor Now is the time to begin planningfor
with a large percentage of vegetable ville and Tampa, cane can-be rattoon-
his crude syrup, now made in a the spring garden, for it is im- .
,- matter, well drained as woods, low I ed for three years, with proper care
crude and wasteful manner, saving A GENERAL TONIC TAKE GROVE'SThe.Old
w hammocks and saw grass lands largely I and attention. portant to have vegetables as earlyin D

matter. the farmer the annoyance and cost the season as possible. To this end
composed of vegetable I I In semi-tropical Florida, below the
of manufacture, and packages and at
hot beds and cold frames should be
gently rolling lands of west and of .28th parallel and further south, rat-

north Florida, with clay sub-soil, a the same time make large profits on toons, properly eared for may be de- made for starting cabbage, cauliflower Standard Grove's Tasteless diill Tonic is Equally

warm sandy loam, well drained naturally the capital invested. I I pended upon for al many years as in tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and Valuable as a General Tonic because it:Aits on the Liver

Y' Further South in St. Lucie, Palm celery. Beets, cucumbers, melons and
soils that produce fair crops of Cuba. Drives Out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and Builds up
Beach, Dade and Lee counties, below onions also be started hr dot beds
corn. The soils generally chosen for Manufacturer's Profits. can fc
the Whole Grown and Children
Irish drained the 28th parallel, where vast areas of and cold frames, and the time of ma- System. People
potatoes-.well flat
j Basing the selling price of granu
rich land in large bodies can be had, tuniy hastened. South of the lati-

woods with clay bottoms, similar to the plantation or gang system will lated sugar at 5 cents per pound, pay- tude of Charleston, South. Carolina, You know what you are taking when yes take G mre'a Tasteless chill Tonic

: the Hastings and Dupont, St. Johns most satisfactory, when the,I ing the grower one-half the value of cabbage seed should be sown in Octo- as the formula is ptinteil en every abel showing that it contains the well known

county potato soils, and similar soils prove and cultivates the sugar in the cane, or four dollars tonic'properties of QUININE and IRON. It is as strong as the strongest bitter
owns the factory ber. In where hard freezesdo
j in Columbia, Suwannee, Baker, Duval planter is per ton for cane, the gross profit of regions tonic and is in Tasteless Form. It has no equal for Malaria, Chills and Fern

\ 'and other northern counties, with vast the cane also. This system the factory should be three dollars per not occur, the seed rosy be sown Weakness, general debility and loss of appetite. Grr s life and vigor to Nursing

a :1 areas of similar soil in Orange, Os- applicable only where there is m ton of cane, from which is to be deducted in the' open. Where hard freezes do Mothers and Pale Sickly Children. Removes Biliousness without purging.

s ceola, Polk, Hillsborough, DeSoto and probability of killing frost, where interest charges on investmentand occur, a cold frame or hot bed: should Relieves nervous depression and low spirits. Arouses] the liver to action and

: Lee. large fields can be safely allowed to I the wear and tear of machinery be used for starting the plants. In purifies the blood. A True Tonic and Sure Appetizer. A domplete Strengthens.

I stand till wanted by the mill. Northof regions north of Charleston the seed No family should be without it. Guaranteed by your gist. We mean it SOc
included in Df
In fact as I have said in previous and general expenses not
the 28th parallel the centralfactory beds should be protected but it is not
r; articles, I know of no township in factory manufacturing costs. Hence a factory -
system, similar to the beet to start the plants until
T Florida that could not furnish sufficient handling 1,000 acres or 200 tons necessary
system in Germany Austria and November .r December, except alongthe THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
cane to supply a factory, with of cane per day for 100 days (a very
the West will be found most satisfac- Atlantic Coast. A soceessful remedy for Rhfamatisra,Blood Fcison
of 5,000 to 10,000 acres of small actory-modern factories handle -
: capacity
a tory. Where the acreage is made up In the colder regions of the Sooth, P P P and all Blood Diseases. A w ncLrful tonic fcr both
cane per season, producing 1 ,000,000to 1,000 to 2,000 tons of cane, day) mlrufactured
and Has beeni for the
of numerous small fields of ten to where it is necessary to start plants men women. ; :
30,000,000 pounds of granulated would its owners $3.00 ton of
pure forty acres each, each farmer in case pay per for outside planting until winter or past 35 ycsra. At all DruggiJU, $..CO.

sugar per season. of threatened freezing weather, can cane handled, or CO,000 gross per early spring, the hot beds and cold F. V. LIPPMAN CO.,. Savannah Ga.
Ak : i Varieties of Cane. season, from which must be deducted -
properly care for his crop by wind- frames snoold be used for growing .
The principal varieties are the aU expenses but that of manufacturing r -
rowing or mat-laying, as is now prac- lettuce and: radishes or some other ----- -
Bourbon (Red or Purple); the Red ($1.00 per ton of car.. or 62
ticed in Georgia, Mississippi and garden crop. It should be borne in
and Yellow Ribbon; the Green, or cents per 100 pounds of sugar). Such
frequently in Louisiana.The mind; however, that craps for field
Simpson, and the Crystalline, prob- It factory will cost approximately
crop can then be delivered to planting should be started as early q
ably the parent of all the above except from $150,000 to $200,000, erected and I
the factory as it is required. This as possi le.. Do not wait until planting -
i Simpson. A number of new ready for work, much depending on
process of securing the crop adds but f'me to start your hot beds and
seedlings have been recently propagated local conditions.
little to the cost and keeps the cane cold frames and to secure seeds, fertilizers IN
by the Louisiana Experiment Sta- Present Conditions of Sugar Supply. '
perfectly for months. No silos or tools, etc. Write immediately STOCK
tion. Amohg them D-74 and D-95 Forty per cent of the world's supply -
bins are required for cane as with to the seed houses for their catalogue -
are a vast improvement on the older of sugar, some 7,500,000 tons of PLANERS RESAWS! STEAM FAEnSHATCHERS 1
beets. The delay caused by a cold I and to your state experiment
kinds. Parties interested in the sub- i 2,000 pounds each, are grown in those SELF FEED nIP\ 1
> seldom retards the work of station and the United States
sug- Department -
ject should write the Louisiana Sugar I countries now at war-Belgium, Ger- 1
ar making to exceed three days.I of Agriculture for their bulletins SHINGLE t
Experiment Station for bulletins and many, France, Austria and Russia. M.tCHINF'tYli
I R advocate the central mill plan, en home gardening. Study the ENGINES, up to 40 b. SA}. MILLS
This will not be harvested.
other information. year's crop
.. purchasing cane from the farmers, t catalogues and bulletins during the BOILERS up to 40 h. Light and I cavrSAwncsT
A distinct variety, the Japanese Were the war to cease today, it wouldbe i
n the best results be had in cojn-EyoRs SLAB CANYEGORSGASOLINC
that may evenings and on rainy days so as to
introduced from Louisiana by before these countries would
r cane, both the field and factory, the farmer years have a definite plan ready before gardening -I ENGINES STEAM FfEDS i
; the U. S. Experiment Station in 1885, again produce their average crops.
f devoting his time, skill and labor to time.Remember.
r is a first class syrup cane and a won- Sugar has become a necessity as a DISSTON SAWS
the largest possible of that the to
producing crop area planted
It is practically staple food. It is no longer a luxury, '
derful forage plant. SAW BITS for all makes of M'W*
the miller to the'
high-grad vegetables much in
car. produces more
a perennial in Florida. Once established but a necessity. The production has SHAFTING PULLEYS i BONES
most economical methods of makingthe I value than the farmcrop.
t it will reproduce itself from barely kept pace with the demand or noney average BELTING, 4 grade*-medium to Jbesi
best each receiving the It would take several of I i
sugar acres
f the roots annnually. It will with- consumption. N > surplus is
greatest reward possible for his skillin 'otton or corn to buy the vegetableshat i EVERYTHING FOR TUB /
frost than from to That -
: stand ten .degrees more year year. granulated
his particular line. can be produced in a quarter SAWMILL ,
; ordinary cane, and reproduce itself sugar will sell wholesale for
Write for
the following season. Bulletin 105. Culture. less than six cents per pound (retail sere garden.For Prices

of the Florida Experiment Station The culture of sugar cane is prac- ror eight cents) for years to come, i.c directions on making hot beds 4 w

I' c in Gainesville, Fla., on "Jananese tically similar to that required for not to be expected, hence the growing *nd cold frames, on preparation of ,. /

I : Cane for Forage," by Prof. John W Indian corn. Fall planting October -f cane and the manufacture of susa 'e soil, planting, cultivation, varieos '

: of vegetables, etc., write to the
t w Scott, gives much valuable information 15th to December 1st-is preferableto fTers unusual inducements to Florid

I ) regarding this variety. spring planting.For farmers, merchants and capital. sited States Department of Agri- -1!!
rttare for Farmers' Bulletin
Nos. .
h Climate. seed the mature cane are planted References. I -
V '
As to climate, Florida's climate i? by laying them in a furrow on Persons desiring more detailed ir 5 and 461. Whenever You Need a General Tonic

I 0. L. MIZELL, Take Grove's No. Six-Sixty-Si
certainly superior tQ that of any other properly prepared lard, in one con- "onnation as to sugar machine' The Old Standard Grove's
I state for sugar growing. Our "rainy tinuous row or line, lapping each cane manufacturers are referred to the a1'crtising County Agent. chill Tonic is equally valuable as a Thii U a prescription prepired etpeciiB)!] #J

=. season" is during the growing month i foot or more to insure a perfect pages of the Florida d0 r Only Oae "BROMO QUININE" General Tonic because it contains the for MALARIA orCHILLS A FEVER .,{

when rain is required. A wet fall o* stand, cutting such cane as are crook- -d agricultural press and to t1: well known tonic properties QUININE Five or six doses will break any cue V*. j
f net the genuine,call for full name, LARA and IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives if taken then .1 a tonic the Fever will rJJ 'j
S winter is the exception. A dry fall "d, in order to keep the row straight ouhiana Planter and S'.1P2t' Mam.iturer "t.BROMO QITIXXXK. LookforsigaatnreefCures tbtf ;
i -.- out Malaria, Enriches the Blood and return. It acct on I' .'.d winter insures the ripeness! cf the The proper distance between'rows is : New Orleans, Louisiana. ,: ,LL.t i'i:3daJ1'7 Cures a Cell(i 1.1)-*-Cat" o2 bay.cold.Stop 5c. 4 Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.: Calomel and doe not gripe or Ii(>1101 I **



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---- "' 60'
,. 111'1111111,111 liii "'" ", lar a quart wholesale, and one quartis 0
il vryou, SEED- sufficient 'to treat' thirty-two hun I

dred-pound hogs., This ,expense to II
+ HOGS vs. HUMANS. the board during the current yearwill

EDYOUROATS. + total close to thirty thousand Ifl

I 11'111111111111111111111111What dollars, about one-third of the entire MIGHTY .

I, {r is worth more, a hog or a fund at its disposal. There are about FINE

r N 'ur. important for every farmer human? fifty thousand farmers. Florida and
k i iPfc
I There's a reason for the questionin one quart of serum to each would ,
t, ..'Ik quickly if he is going to get his Florida, because by enacted law cost three quarters of a million dol- j t.)I' .

ft **&'' *';-- this fall Let me give you a large sum of money is spent every lars. Every farmer has the right to" That's What They all Say : -
) 'firr:es>mples of what might be done year in the state to protect swine ask, not for one quart, but two or. S ,

i i lWiti}the oat crop: from hog cholera, but not one cent by ten. Figure for yourself what thatwould About Our Famous. Line of :

iqe1even cotton states including direct appropriation for the relief of amount to. 1 t

=>; t# in 1912 had 4,140,000 acres tubercular patients, either native or The State Board of Health was organized -

,_ ,t which they produced someftWDr'over bequeathed to Florida by every other and exists to conserve thephysical
l gists.on
97,000,000 bushels. There state in the union. welfare of the people of the

these states over 6,500,000 Inquiry is sometimes made why the state-human beings, not animals. It, 100PROOFWHISKIESGood I
fa. is
1 bite and mules. If we were to State Board of Health doesn't do more properly exercises its functions over_. :

1 fJiari-only 3 pounds of oats for eachSne'ind for the consumptives. The answer animals affected with glanders and .

_k mule per day for three hnnj involves a bit of rather interesting rabies, because these diseases are l -t i i.t

j did cJaJlt with 32 pounds of oats to history. The legislature of 1909 provided communicable from animals to man.i old time whiskey, that is a pleasure to drir k. Not made yesterday I .

:' buShel, at the average production for the erection of a sanitarium Hog cholera isn't. A man can mix'with to be sold today but and .
tuberculosis sick hogs all he wants to and pure, aged mellow goods that have
:: "acre'of each of these states, i it in Florida for the treatment of -

_, 1: ld.tequire,7,898,000 acres to raise and the identical same legislature with perfect safety. I stood the test of time. To those who want and appreciate something
feed the mules "diverted" from the funds of Now the care of sick hogs is a good recommend .
..1'thi ie:essar1 oats to I' we our 100 proof whiskey to be the best
.ad'horses at this small amount per the State Board of Health sixty thousands splendid enterprise. It helps the i your ;
been i farmer and saves much valuable J money can buy.TAKE. ;
" <:! dollars, which had accumulated property "
' .' ,aw.;lAIuUiana'; only had 45,000 acres in. by careful administration for every year. But why should the i

oti in:1912. To feed her'horses 3 this very purpose, and placed the State Board of Health provide from' i

p0euds per day for three hundred: 1 money to the credit of he pensiom medicine : YOUR S .'
days would require 412,926.acres. fund. The Board hasn't been able t o CHOICE
oats. recover from the disaster sufficientlyto way or degree? If it should furnish

jUabama had 325,000 acres in pats do much for the consumptives and this remedy, why should it not also I' ;

fa 1912, and to feed her horses and still carry on its other work. furnish a specific against the white PACKAGES ASSORTED
plated 'the amount named-3 pounds'per Again, the sanitarium idea by institutional fly or citrus canker? Going still further TO SUIT CUSTOMERS

'd for three hundred days, would management (except for if the farmer is entitled to hog *.
the.vera incurables-the down cholera free of cost, why should he
Squirt 571,875 acres in oats, at the absolutely
production of the state. land outs) for the treatment of tuberculosis not be entitled to fertilizer and feed Number 1 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY

North Corolina had 230,000 acres in L has come to be regarded by for his cattle? 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. .'. . $S.50. {

oats in 1912 At her average pro- the medical profession everywhere as : One-half of the thirty thousand dollars 100 PROOF '
faction it would require 523,125 acres of doubtful value rather than helpful, that will be spent for free hog Number 2 GIN

,in oats to produce a sufficient average especially in the, Southern States, cholera serum this year, would enable 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . $8.50

::10 feed her horses and mules, as'above'pointed where balmy temperature prevails. the Board of Health to,, extend its 100 PROOF RYE f

out. Open air, the clean, fresh, uncontami- practical aid to hundreds of tub' rcu- Number 3 12Qta.$8.50
; In these figures no account is taken nated air of nature has been proven far human beings, to lessen their sufferings 4 Ots $$3.00. Ota 5.75,
ti of the other uses of the oat crop, feed- far more beneficial and this idea is and to save human lives', by 100 PROOF KY. '., .

& big value of oat straw, etc. Oats changing the method of treatment in teaching the people of Florida how to Number 4 BOURBON 8.50

t\will without debt be a good cash crop all parts of the country. take care of their sick and to protect 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12Qts. . .

ft .also.. At this date the demand is District nursing, or more properly themselves from infection.

,iT'lood.& this country and abroad. FigJrirei district instruction, is most efficientin Evidently Florida is much in need WE PREPAY
: : could be given for the other combatting the disease, in lessen of education along health and sanitary ALL EXPRESS CHARGES :;

.t. Vitates, but these examples are suf- ing its ravages and in protecting the lines. It seems that this education -

> t- &imt: community from infection. Open air might well begin with the voter,, Write for Our Complete Price List on all! j j'

,j: 'Eel is'it in your state? Do you is available everywhere and if every to have him send men to the legisla Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South i'

}1- ;rhise'! enough>oats to give your horses community in the state could be educated ture who are competent men, unafraid .

.t r and mules a quarter or a third of a : to its proper use in this con men and men who would value 1

:feed'per day,-to say nothing of a full .nection, there is reason to believe that a'human life higher than that of ahog.

feed,'for three hundred days?, an.incalculable amount of good mightbe .
In'1911 the Commissioner of Agriculture accomplished and many lives savedor Blum Company .

of South Carolina estimatedtint prolonged. Try This for Your Cough. :

: ,of South Carolina' imported one mil- Board of Health is able to maintain because unable to get the right rem The largest and oldest mail order house in the South. Established
Bon dollars+ worth of oats. The in the state three district nurses, or edy. Coughs are caused by inflammation over quarter of Cen.

Chamber of Commerce of Georgia es instructors, who are doing an immense of Throat and Bronchial Tubes. POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE 188 _

: timated last winter that that state amount of good. One for ev What you need is to soothe this in- '
Jacksonville '.
r purchased thirty-nine million dollars ery county in Florida is needed, and iammation. Take Dr. King's New Florida

worth of oats.Some in some of the mbre populous counties Discovery, it penetrates the delicats .

of the cotton acreage can welt two or three. mucous lining, raises the phlegm and I

be devoted to the raising. of this valliable There is no legal authority by whicha quickly relieves the congested mem- I..

crop. man suffering from any disease, tuberculosis >ranes. "Dr. King's New Discovery : c-

0. L. MIZELL, smallpox, yellow fever or quickly and completely stopped my BELGIUM
County AgentALBERT. the rest, may be taken from his homehis cough" writes J. R. Watts, Floydale, I RURAL TELEPHONES. DISCUSSES MEAT. SHORTAGE :

i castle-against his will or thatof Texas. Money back if not satisfied, TENANTS OF FLA. FARMS. I' *
it KING OF THE BELl his-nearest friends. There is au but it nearly always helps. I' The telephone is one of the most T .t .

: GIANS. thority by which he and all who occupy We wonder if our land companieslave farmers Chicago, Ill., Nov. 5.-.- ddressing 4 ;

the same infected premises may be FARM FACTS. considered the possibilities fo I an audience composed atock-rais- : i

I During' the present .European conflict kept within those premises for the' securing a large accession to the number keeping in constant communication ers from practically every Mate in the I

I! ,one figure stands out bold and protection of. the entire ..communityt (By Peter Radford, Lecturer National of their clients in the war devastated with the markets, pro- Union, at the National Dairy Show :

j;} distinct, heroic in its.splendid great Consequently, education appears to al Farmers' Union.) kingdom of Belgium. vides a sitting room for the commun- convention here recently,:' Secretary "

!f: 'ness'pvertowering in manly qualitiesand the only practical ,means by' hmake to organize rural lift) and The Belgian is an intensive farmerof ity where the families can assemble Houston of the United Slates Depart-

p, moral example all the monarchsf the best, or even good, results maybe the country a better place in the very highest type. Genera and discuss the events of the day with- ment of Agriculture declared the <
'of the old world-Albert King of theBelgians. *reached. But education which to live. tions of out the inconvenience of travel or short
even costs him have lived on the small meat supply to be ;lone of the
and this money' is The problem that confronts the far- loss of time, and in sickness and
money not now acreage of the farms characteristicto most serious problems confronting >
".' i Americans have little use for kings available, and it is,not likely to ,be mer next in importance to distribution that country, and has by both train- emergencies, it renders a divine ser- American agriculture. Mr Houston | t

:.h the ordinary meaning of the word. available in Florida until public sentiment : is diversification. ing and heredity learned how to get vice.Florida approved the plan of cattle{raising on "
But in ancient times the king was the shall be Agriculture has gone through two farmers should encouragethe x
aroused to demand oJ f the utmost out of the soil. As farm large ranches and declared that no effort -
.leader X his people, a giant in braintad the law makers a larger degree of intelligence thousand years of evolution and is ers on Florida's lands they would only building of telephone lines. Local would be spared by tte Federal ,

stature who planned their' battle and appreciation of health still in an experimental stage. have to learn the character of the cli co-operative companies can be formed Government in further increasing: pro- ,

,, and,himself led his men in the matters. Over-production is the stumbling mate and nature of the crops grown, and country lines built at small ex- duction from this source bijt: insisted I
thickest of the fray whether chargintbe g The legislature block, and systematic marketing the pense.
some years ago to become eminently successful in that the proper solution of;this prob-
; ,front of the enemy or defending provided that the State stepping-stone of agriculture.It .
Board of cropping our lands. lem depended on an increasjjd interestin
the homes and. lands over which he Health from its funds should furnish is the duty of every farmer to see The people themselves would make COMPLETE HAY MOWING. livestock raising by farmers and ina

:held' dominion. free to the farmers of Florida hog that his wife is supplied with every very desirable citizens, as they area more systematic control and eradi-
But the Washington, D. C., Nov. Florida
king of the old days is cholera equipment to lighten her labors.To -
serum to fight this disease quiet and persistently industriouslot cation of hog cholera, aattf? tick and
'well-nigh exttinct. Were it not for thexample This eliminate waste farmers produced 61,000 tons of
e serum costs the state fifteen dol- and inefficiency and every month would be utilizf tuberculosis. ;:
.of King Albert of Belgium, in marketing, the farmer should keep f tame or cultivated hay during 1914,
ed to the limit in making the land productive Figures were quoted frcr; Govern-
we doubt if one could be found on the in close touch with the market condi- according to the preliminary estimates .
,globe today. OWE MY HEALTH tions. in a paying way. made today by the United ( ment reports, showing hat,the pro-
This sturdy descendant of those The problem of These people, suddenly torn fromtheir States Department of Agriculture. duction of meat in the Uni'd States
pao- marketing is the
homes and firesides which during the past 14 :: Vd fallen
they years:
. pie, whom Caesar described as "of biggest business The yield last year was 63,000 tons. :;
these the to Peruna proposition of any seen laid waste by the fury of war,i The is + off 3,000,000,000 pounds an*'that the I '
Belgians are the bravest, age or nation and one that will product selling for an average
requirethe have been I population of the nation this,
the hundred during ;
is expatriated by j
proving to the world his title to combined effcrts of all the of $18.70 per ton, compared with $17- '
agen- thousand and time had increased 22,000Kv O.
are crowded into Hol
kingship.Albert. 00 ton in 1913. The
cies of civilization to solve. per yield per acre
land and England in numbers
does not direct his battles I was vast this season is 1.35 tons and the qUality country on the face of the earth. He '
from an island safe from hostilitiss. REPORT OF FLORIDA CROPS. There is nothing before them except is five per cent better than the, has plowed our fields, lOU '. our bat- 1

He does-not seclude himself in a 'dis Gradually Washington, D. C., Nov. 5.-The years of hardship and privation be average* crop for the past ten years. tles and is the most faitl/JI: of animal -
tot fore they hope to recover: what they
eapital'hundreds' of miles from 'S Reporting Board of the United States kind. His reputation ias ex- !
... the Breaking have lost, with the possibility of being CO-OPERATIVE FARMING.In ?
:. .junell .of powder. He does not Department of Agriculture, has just tended to other countries: s&d he is
1 Il'+Ker about and have his completed its obliged, even though they be eventually -
picture Down FromConfinement estimate of the acre now going to perform the g ervices for
:I ,hkeiiln, the midst of an imperial yield of the principal farm crops of! restored to their homes of being this age of co-operation, in which foreign countries!: which Ief has so '
\''WW ale I I obliged to submit to an alien govern-manufacturing and commercial interests
Florida -
any possibility of at- a for this year. The estimatesare faithfully fulfilled at home; 'j
***e*: He did not move his capital based on crop conditions !! mentand the certainty of being crushed have attained wonderful development :_ f
4 ...,. during
: 'u'W ; 'the sound,, of cannon. reached $ to Store. the early part of October. The'final down by a burden of taxation and success by merging their Adjectives From Na/(". j. 1
. : figures will be given out within sshorts which will make the future outlook of resources, it is not to be wondered at If you want your fame; absolutely j i

'/1:*$** Belgian king goes into the Mr. C. N. Pete.j. dealer In fine time, but it is reported that the present and following generation 1 that co-operation has slowly but inevitably and entirely absorbed you j-heMlil: have :
4 tt ?*e with his men. He leads their boots. shoes and cigars No. 132 South they will not differ to one of gloom and hopelessness.Under wended its way into rural an adjective Hither than a coUn deriv- '
Mala St. any great extent ;
iMwlU 'and stand with them to re- "I Council Bluffs Iowa writes: with the such circumstances the possibilities ]life. The old method of individualism I ed from jour name. .Mention o* a sten- *
cannot tell preliminary estimates.
.t' |*(s attack.. He eats the same food Peruna has done you me.how Constant much good con- According to the figures the yield offered in Florida should appear is gradually giving way to the co- ,1 torian shout never nowadays- recalls "'.
|, I***they,eat. feels the same chill and finement In my store began to tell acre of the principal per to them like glimpses of the operative spirit and the result is a i, the famous Sti-ntor. whose '\,0'"e made ;fi 1
of this i
ix J Jj* et;fl****** that they feel, endures on my health and I felt that I was State in 1914 will be crops promised land. We have no doubt but greatly reduced cost of living and les- ( him notorious at the siege follows Iwe
gradually breaking as : Corn (! Nor do we remember when use
j rills what both Holland and England, load- t
hardships sened of
and dangers that "I tried ,16 bushels Irish expense farming. j t ti
'l several remedies prescribed ; potatoes 110 bush- I maudlin (with a touch of SCIITI that ;
k endure- He does not arrogate to by my physician but obtained no permanent els; Sweet potatoes 124 bushels; tobacco ed up with their own personal troubles Flarida farmers are leading the cooperative -i this word i'rhat art has Cme for \ I
;, ; *tf" ,.'vke regency from God to relief until I took Peruna. I 936 pounds; rice 30 bushels and would be glad to contribute in every movement: and it is gradually :Mary IIdall'lIe. She was 1) often !
fi :.,.. the world's'"culture" and "civi- felt tles better Immediately and five bot- cotton 170 pounds. way in their power to the transplanting being extended into every; feat- represented by painters: will ejvs swollen '

l: No such divinity doth hedge I have restored been me to complete health. of a portion, at least, of these ure of community life. and red with weepits Jut; her
'\ .thu'fig. He mo:rely does his duty Since and feel that I best of spirits Best Cough Medicine for Children. most,desirable ones to a land where name passed into the language to mean
*.tbs leader of his people in the de- to It." owe my health "Three years ago when I was living opportunity stretches out a hand of AMERICAN HORSES IN BAT- tearfuL-IxmiK.u Chronicle.

.. si of:their homes, their properties Catch Cold Easily. in Pittsburg one of my children had a welcome.It TLES.The .
3' ,!y their lives, and he does well as a 21 Mr.. Arthur G. Peterson R F. D. hard cold and coughed dreadfully. Up- would pay to investigate this .Noblesse oblige. .i
. tilil king should do it. I was In the 21 habit Omro Wisconsin. He on the advice of a druggist I purchased field for supplying our land lands. American horse is one of the Her Father-You are wealthy! "nough
'fJ,!batthe: story of this great war easily. catching cold a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough with tenants of so skilled a character. first' to answer the bugle call of the and hare a good m.lbut} la

'' liy be written, the heroic He says: It has been seven Remedy and it benefited him at once. -Felsmere Tribune. I European war. Representatives ofmany your family equal to mine: Her :
;SIaL ot King. Albert will tower above months now since I have taken any : I find it the best cough medicine for foreign governments are in this,; Suitor-Well, wove bad rigbt'enera! -
;.tPthr so-ea11ed kings of his time touch Peruna of and cold I since haven't felt the least I I children because it is pleasant to take. How To Give Quinine To 'Children.FEBRItlNE -. country purchasing horses for the various tions of gout-PtJiladephla! I. +lger.

1\ f nt among pigmies. He may that I am now rid of and the I am positive (JHiey do not object to 'taking it," Is the trade-mark name gives to an armies of the warring nations
.. tendency to improved Quinine. It is a Tasteless Syrup,pleas- Put Her Out. it .-,
r Trtonate, he may be over- catch cold. I'eruaa ia a wonderful: writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer ant to take and does not dis.arb the tomach. and practically every state in the He-I know an exceedingly astldiOUB -
.. but, remedy. Pa. Children take it and never know it is Quinine.
holding honor aboveabove Those who City, This remedy contains no Also especially adapted to adults who cannot union is contributing cavalry mater- man who caught hH wife i
.i :sad,duty fear het can object to liquid medicines opium or other narcotic, and may be take ordinary Quinine. Does not nauseate nor ial to the belligerent factions. and put her out at once. SjL-Tbe;
now procure Parana cause nervousness nor ringing in the bead. Try
Af$ ...MgtaeadPensacola, Journal, Tab. givei to a child as confidently as tan it the next time you need Quinine for any pur The American horse is a utility an- brate! fle-Xct at all-sbo :was on
>- I adult. pose. Ask for 2 ounce original package. The other :
1. 0' ?i t.S 1 oW Sold by all dealers. tiaa FCB&II.INC: is blown in bottle. 25 cent imal and excels that of any fiiel

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PAGE EIGHT Friday November
6th 19
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r,4 Our nice little town was,visited by -
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r the famous Berry-Thorpe quartette '9'
ca last week. .F
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)- The ginning plant operated here by

::, :'''" Mr. M. P Jtatheny had ginned up to f
,County News Items Tuesday night 183 bales of cotton

and says he has 20 in his gin house Telegraph Want

unginned. You'llHave '
1atara tin|. facts Gathered During the Week by Our Brooker is enjoying one,of the most
Regular Cortapondatb.t successful terms of school in its his- s

tory. The average holds about one Ads

; r .. hundred and the masterly school work
seems to be the comment of every
t : ,HAMPTON. every one of the suggestions just one. Our principal, Mr. A. B. Shaw, to

.. :.-..:..-:.. mentioned, and many more just as whose ability as a teacher echoes Get Quick ResultsdELltl1'Tlit
6. could .be made a
good improvements
At last -our city dads are ,awakening from'Old Georgia, seems to have all
fact, but it means get together, ener-
the zeal necessary. Mr. Shaw is ably .
The jail for Hampton is
new interest. Now let'sjail
and \
activity .
,. gy, assisted by Misses Ina Crews, Loca
( noW" reality. A neat two story try and get our shoulders to the Johnson and Olga Ward. 1 .,"- l .,

-.,. with four cells down wheel and shove until we make Hampton '
1 brick building ,
,, I The Brooker Literary Society runs : : .,., ", ,
stain and upstairs that sprout up in such a manner that with the school. We H' '
a large room in connection :
will be actually surprised : : R
} old acquaintances : : ;
1 will be used as a council chamber. had quite an interesting program Fri- ;, :
when they come back and look ; _, '- _, Of' .:;
'" Much credit is due the "Dads" for day night. '
.! launching the project, and pushing itt for Hampton the little which, old they, neglected left. I and feel dead sure Our school was'visited by Prof. F. The TELEGRAPH is the ,: : : ):,; V
week and he it is "
G. Schell last says : .
all look- _
.' to completion. We are now I that all the ladies in the town would .'J' _

k 't ing forward to other great things gladly assist in any way possible, if progressing county. We as are nicely glad as to any know in that the real live and best want ad : J \ : '
that are promised us. Electric lights, -" '
they are only told what is necessary. .
is interested in
ice factory, canning factory and a Wetoo, need a starting point, and if I school.Profesor Schell so our paper in Bradford County. : : 1

-01"i: cotton mill will do for a starter. you will make it known to us, in time, :
Bird season is near and our cham- .
market for Hampton
new meat will make the delivery of results."I Ite
is the latest report. Do you know we pion, Joe Stewart, says the days seem i,.
could stand here from now until '
where it is be located? as years to him. We people of this t
what's the the refreshments )
but use,
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Rev. Jno .Mullady came in from waitingrDr. _" section think we are the best and we Why i v
are have the best of everything. The best ,J I
Graham and stayed
Tuesday us ,Middleton responded to the ad- .
shot-Joe Stewart-the best town, the
long enough to vote. Rev. Mullady
dress in rather a weak, befuddled -
best farming section and we know we
.3'. ing is ,holding at Graham.a Christian church meet- manner and in a trend that bore onlyon have the prettiest girls.BRADFORD.. Because The TELEGRAPH i r
the table full of good things wait-
? The town hall has been dark for ing to be served. It was plain to be t
several months. It's about time that seen that Doc had nothing in sight has the largest circulationand
the dramatic club was coming to the t
: times the
but the many
'' j. rescue. We have the hall and the remark was made that "I would soon- 'The Bradford school is progressing is still growing---that's 1F

I people enjoy an entertainment. Get er board six McDonalds than one nicely under the management of Miss r

; busy, get busy. Middleton." Mattie Stalsby. why everybody will. read
.. The "Quick Lunch" near the depot Rev. Joe Kelley will fill his appointment ., ." .
In all, a most enjoyable evening was -.1 ..'. ,
neat and appetizing at Bradford next Saturday, '
presents' a ,
i appearance for .
and the ladies departed .
spent wants.tToday :
\ once you reach the inside. their homes, happy and content, while Saturday night and Sunday. Every- your -V t ; {
V The good old home made light bread body is invited to come out and hear T fr" Y
the members of the council were em- -, ; :
made by them is having a great run. him. ) ; \ .
powered with a new ambition and ..i '
.fI. t
The demand cannot be supplied with Dr W. E. Middleton and family, of i ,
went to work with a vim that is !! '. .'
r' the present baking facilities. Hampton, spent Sunday at the homeof ; :
fri bound to bring results. Now watchus. r' __ : : : _>,;.t
e f 1[: The council met in a call meeting Mrs. W. M. HarrelL :. \, '" :
>' [ at the.. chamber Tuesday night toe Quite a crowd from Brooker attended : i. ;

1 work' out plans for the further development prayer meeting here Sunday Is .
ENTERPRISE.We a good time to call 40--- -
t and interests of Hampton, afternoon. There was a very
the light and water question being nice program rendered and everybody
and cool weather. The Want Ad
< given the most attention and much having dry seemed to enjoy it. Don't forget to Departmentand -
4 progress was made towards securing People are getting ready for the come again. We are always glad to 0
grinding of the sugar cane crop, One Cent a Wording
up the
these two badly needed features. see you. --- get habit of us-
r all of the *
which is fine and
't While the council was at its busiest young Mrs. Maggie Johnson is slowly improving
f the wives of the "dads" slipped in folks are looking forward to.a great- from her recent illness. these little liners the
time then. as That's the Price Cent well
t on them taking them fully unawares, We are all glad to kno wthat Miss ---a
# : ,and ,they loaded down with. basketst _Our school is progressing nicely Maude Lynn is getting along so nice- of economical adver- *
1, kets and flowers and within a few with good attendance. There is some ly. means invested. No ,ad taken for less
the little children but
kk i minutes after their arrival, the nw sickness among Miss Eunice Raborn and Miss Mat- *
f'"' council room reminded one of fairy it is not considered serious. Dr. Brown tie Stalsby attended church at New tising. ,
midst last Sun- than 15 cents i
was summoned to our
t ; I land. After the men folks regained Hope Sunday.Mr. .
." their breath from the surprise, -Mrs. day to some of the sick ones. Purvis Mott of Lake Butler, ,
L ''- 1 W .G. Seals read the following address Elder D .L. Phillips and his daughter attended church at New Hope Sunday ,.
Miss Debbie, returned home on s
r'' : and was a visitor at the home of Mr.
} "Gentlemen:-We, as you all know, Sunday night from Sapp station, or W. M. Harrell Sunday afternoon.Dr. I

t are.the wiveS of the countilmen. This Gallie church, where they have been W. E. Middleton and family ., I
fl little surprise haS been arranged with conducting a meeting. They reporta and Mrs. W. M. Harrell made a fly- f F
.>, I ,two very strong points in view, to- good meeting and a very nice time ing trip to Worthington Sunday in Call and the surrounding country. He give one of his famous temperance ter, Miss Susie Belle, were visitors ".
: 1 gether with a'hope: of prosperity for there and say that there is a nice the .doctor's Ford touring car. suffered long with cancer of the lectures. to Starke Tuesday. 1

.us all as well as for our town. church built there and the peopleare Mr. J. V. Edwards attended churchat throat. He died on Friday. Brother Miss Fay Hodges returned from Miss Bessie Rogers, of Putnam HaD, J

1 "First' to express ourselves personally clever and hospitable to every New Hope Sunday.Mr. Parrish leaves a, wife and an adopted the Woman's Missionary Convention spent Saturday and ,Sunday here as 'I

,; .I this little spread 'of refresh- one.Mrs. Cliff Andrews and wife visited I daughter, Mrs. V. Pearce.A at Live Oak. She reports a good the guest of ''hei' aunt Mrs. B. L.
-, J. S. Norman is very low at funeral sermon was preached in t
ments is to remind you that we are their daughter, Mrs. Clarence New- Blanchard. J
: | thinking of our husbands even if they this writing,'but we hope for her a some, of Starke, Saturday and Sun- the church by Rev. H. Logan on the time.About ten members have been secured Mrs. H. C.Beace. and Mrs. Olin

are away from our homes attending speedy recovery. I; text, "For now is Christ risen from for a brass band. Brother Boggess were 'shopping in Jackson- 1]
t the council meetings, and also to revive Ramon was at home on last week day.Mr.. Michael Andrews is attending the dead and become the first fruitsof Blake has already commenced on his ville last Saturday. '!

the spark of affection that you setting traps. school at Brooker.Mr. them that slept"Mr. scales. He says he can do the scale Mr. J. T. Qujgfey, of Starke, was a- J''
: j are supposed to have for your wives, We are sorry to state that some of T. B. and J. V. Edwards at- Younger, editor or the Brad- of B. natural. Good. business visitor to Lawtey last.Sat* !
; and as the old saying fits in pretty our citizens are allowing baseball to tended the farmers' meeting at ford County Times, leaves in a few About 11:00 o'clock on Thursday urday. '. 'i

well, I will repeat it, 'The way to a be played around them on Sundays, Worthington Wednesday.Miss days for Eustis, where he is offereda night the marshal discovered the residence I Mr. F. A. Fisher, of Jacksonville, :

.f. 'man's heart is through his stomach.' and some of the fathers are playing Rosa Barry and Mr. Charley good position. Mr. Younger is the of Mr. Weslet Andrews to be i was a visitor to Lawtey last week. :

'f "Second, we are also gathered here with the boys. We do hope this will Barry visited Miss Cecil Raborn Sun- holder of first prize in the state of on fire. He at once awakened the inmates Mr. and Mrs.:Herbert Ward, a newt

,' ti to express, to you our pleasure and soon be put to a stop, as it is not a day afternoon.Mr. Florida for artistic job printing. Lake who were unconscious of their ly married 'couple1 of Boston, Mass,

satisfaction at what you have accom- good example on the Sabbath. We Clisky Benton led prayer meet- Butler loses a good man. Mr. Hearn danger, and proceeded to save what were the guest) of Mr. and Mrs. L
plished in the past few weeks in giv- hope that our officers will look after ing at Bradford church Sunday af takes his place on the Times.A they could of the furniture. The H. Hill last wek.

', ing Hampton a new jail and a place this violation of the laws of our state, ternoon. baptismal service was conductedon flames gained headway rapidly and Mr. and Mrs: W. H. Miner, of

where our "City Dads" can meet and and let men train their boys to do Mr. Michael Andrews will lead the Tuesday by Revs. Cull and Wood- little was saved. A good playerpiano Lawtey last Sunday.; ,

not be' interrupted, (for you must better than to take Sunday to pass prayer meeting next Sunday after- worth at the "Trout Hole." was among the valuable things Starke, were :visiting relatives in :
: the idea that this blow-out of the time indulging in as hard workas Miss Effie Browning did splendid lost. We understand .
not get noon. Come and bring your friends. that the loss Mr. and Mrsj H. B. Bennett, Jr,
will be each of playing base ball. Let us as par- service at the revival meetings at the not all covered insurance. ,
repeated at your. mee- Mrs. Miles Dubose visited her par- was by were visitors toj:Jacksonville last Fri-
ings). This hew building is a credit ents be careful as to how we allow ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lynn, Sunday Christian church tent. She is an excellent day. ;

.,; 'to our little town and brings out the our boys to pass off the Sundays. It last. player and a good singer. Miss CLAY HILL. Prof. M. M. Frye and little daughter

/ necessity of keeping the interest that would be much better to have them Rev. F. M. Heartman, who has Browning is the daughter of Mr. D. were visitors to Gainesville last

/ you have shown in the past few weeks attend Sunday school.TEMPLE'S been spending a few days at the homeof B. Browning, of Raiford. Quite a number of the people from Saturday and Sunday.

up to the ,boiling point and continue Mr. W. M. Harrell, returned to I The British merchant marine flag here attended the singing school at Mr. and Mrs. Marion Oliver, of
t your efforts towards the end of beautifying MILL. Gainesville Friday. gaily floated on the roof of the unfin- Highland Saturday, and from the Baldwin, were guests last Sunday at

. our little tow We can have Miss Ellen Lynn and Miss Mattie ished post office last week. Mr. Mc- noise we can hear, we think some of the home of Mr Enoch J. Roberts.Mr. .

as pretty a place as there is in the Temple's Mill section is growing.We Benton attended church at New Hope Donald is a warm supporter of the the scholars will learn to sing. S. Austin, of Starke, was "a
state of Florida, if the proper energy have a school running with about Sunday. allies. Some young men bent on mis- Mr. Noah Carter and family, of this visitor to Starke (last Saturday.

and ambition is shown, and we do not 25 pupils and the Sunday school have Prof. Olin Hazen was a visitor to chief hatched a plot to take down the place have moved to Jacksonville.Rev. Quite a number of our citizens are

see a reason why we should not derive that many ordinarily.The Bradford Saturday night. flag, not that they disliked the Brit- James Strickland and family, in attendance at c circuit court at the
Temple's Mills debating club ish flag, but just to annoy Brother accompanied by Miss Florence Crews
the benefits of a growing villageor Mr. Willie Raborn was a visitor to county seat this w sk.
city as well as the hundreds of has some interesting subjects for this his home Saturday and Sunday.Mr. Mac. But they would have to get upa went to the White House Saturdayand .
'. other small places all over the state. month on hand. Everybody is invitedto Allen Raborn is getting along little earlier in the morning to get Sunday, and while there he bap- ---. '

.' "We hear various rumors on the attend every Saturday night at 7 nicely after his recent operation.Mrs. the best of that gentleman. When tized three members for the Caleb HIGHLAND. t

streets, such as 'Now if the town o'clock. W. M. Harrell was a visitor the shades of night had fallen, Bro. Baptist church. --L- j 1

t p. owned the waterworks,' or 'If they Major Matthews has added to his to Jacksonville Friday afternoon, returning Mac. changed the flag to a croquet Mrs. Nora Osteen and daughters, Mr. G. H. Barker and sister, Miss :

L.':' would put in electric lights,' or 'I farm in this section a cane mill and I home Sunday night. bag wlel dusted with red pepper. Tha Miss Wora and Eva, of Maxville, were Ruth, of Jacksonville spent the week

f ,.;' ,don't see why an ice plant wouldn'tr boiler with which he intends to make Miss Eva and Ruby Edwards and marauders appeared with long poles pleasant visitors in the home of Mr. end with friends fciere, returning to

" be a good thing for Hampton, but the moon light nights appear happier.Mr. Miss Rosa Barry attended the fair at and began to beat the supposed flag, David Lang Sunday.Mr. their home Sunday afternoon.The .
hearing these remarks will not bring J. G. Williams has a cane mill Lake Butler. when lol! something hot got into their Willie Parrish and family mov- friends of Mrs. Henry Austin,

: about a reality, we must all work to- and boiler on his farm and he intendsto Mr. Arthur and Harry Edwards at- eyes and throat. They formed the ed over on their new place across the who has been quite ill, will be gladto

. gether to bring about results, and make the moon light nights hap- tended the fair at Lake Butler. impression that the British were a Black Creek. hear that she 131) improving. \

there is not the least doubt but what. pier also. Miss Daisy Lewis and Mrs. Dave hot lot if their flag was any criterion. Miss Gussie Taylor and Miss Ru- Mr. G. E. Wilkinson made a busi

Ii. Dr. Williams has some fine grapefruit Andrews visited at the home of Mr. They abandoned their plan, thinking by Harvey of the White House, are ness trip to Jacksonville Tuesday.
r IS YOURBIMDRKH on his farm and a fine straw-! Cliff Andrews Saturday and Sunday. that it wasn't any wonder that the visiting Mr. Martin Taylor and fam- The many friead here of Mr. and

! berry patch. Germans had such a time trying to ily, of Hugh, this week. Mrs. Walter Butler' : regret very much

". l ?, While the Wateroak section has a LAKE BUTLER. get to Paris. Rev. James Strickland is digging their removal to Jacksonville, but all

.,. broom factory to talk about, Tem !. A few Hallowe'en pranks were play potatoes this week. join in wishing fot them every success

F 1'.;' ;krT1 pIe's Mill berry growers are talking Mr. Woodworth concluded a successful ed on Saturday night but true to Miss Gussie Taylor was visiting her in their new home.
about their plants blooming. series of revival meetings in their character the boys of Lake But- aunt and cousin here Tuesday and 'A singing class, was inauguratedhere

. Pool Blood _, Digging potatoes here is the orderof connection with the Christian ,churchon let did nothing that savored of van- Wednesday.Mrs. Saturday, Octdber 31st under the

fa 1M indirect cause of much the day. Tuesday evening. His adresses; dalism. Some old junk was placed in Shoemaker died at her home able instructions ofProf.; L. A. Davis,

winter sickrt&s-tt allows chilb, were strictly gospel addresses, forci- the vestibule of the Times office. Mr. near here Monday night and was bur- of Sanderson, Fla. :;;A fair attendanceis :

;. incites colds and sickness BROQKER. ble and plain. There were several ad. Younger promptly placed a card on I ied Tuesday. Heart failure was the reported. ::
" ditions to the church. Mr. Wood- it, "Times, a dollar a year." The Dun- cause of her death. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wimberly gavea
NoausfflcwT alone makes blood-
. s not drugs or liquor -and the nourishing Mr. Isaac Moody has moved to worth leaves here for a state conven-. can hotel sign was put up at the residence Cane grinding is near at hand and very enjoyable lIall we'en party

food in $cot,', fmdiioii charges Starke. The citizens of Brooker re- tion at St. Petersburg, and from of Dr. Maines. And a few sign that is the best time of all. Saturday evening.
. : summer blood with winter richness gret very much the loss of Mr. Moody there he.will proceed to Arcadia and boards were changed. A store windowwas About thirty young people at-

and Increases the red corpuscles and his family. Mr. Elzie and Miss commence a revival campaign extending accidentally broken, but the boys LAWTEY. tended the Hallowe'en party, Satur-

IU Cod Liner OH wmrau Fannie will be missed by the young until Christmas.A promptly offered to pay for it. Theyare day evening. After fortune telling by :
: the body, fortifies the lanes folks. number of the Masonic brethren not a bad lot around here. Presiding Elder I. S. Patterson, of a witch and many'games appropria

;, and ,alUvUu rheumatic Mr. J. J. Burton and family have attended the funeral of Berry A. Par- Rev. Holmes Logan preaches at Jacksonville, preached at the Law- for the occasion refreshments were
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become citizens of Brooker. rish at the New Zion cemetery on, the Methodist church on Sunday tey Methodist church South, last Sat. served. The guests departed about
i4 hut YOUR DftUCCIST HAS IT. had .
MSHUN SUBSTITUTES.: | i Dr: Lamb made a trip to Provi- Sunday. The deceased was a confederate morning at 11. At 7:00 p. m., Rev. urday and Sunday. midnight after declaring they

Of dence thin week. ;, '_..' .. J veteran, well known in Fort, McCook, the Blind War Horse, will Mrs. A. M. Blanchard and daugh, spent a delightful: etening.I ;1

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