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 13, 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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r 1879. Sub criptloa-Per Year, 51Sig Months,..75 Cuts. Payable In dvuce. E. S. Matthews, Editor aJlcfPprie or. :

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STARKE, FLORIDA Friday November 13 1914. NUINhER
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':>'i'":,,..ARD OUT.FOR ANDREWS CIRCUIT COURT ADJOURNS Three new pupils entered school on. grade is reading Carpenter's Geo- WILL ARBITRATE NEW COMMITTEES HOSEN". Ii

..: Monday morning. Effie Woodward, graphical Readers, Europe; the ninth I I

'{airants Issued in Payment Only a Few Criminal Cases who was in the Starke school last and tenth grades are reading Stevenson's Survey and Estimate For Sew Contract For Jail Ceils:! to Be ." ;

, "it' :Of Bills For The Pasta Were Tried This Term.The year, has ,come back to school and eleventh Travels grade with is a reading Donkey;Haw-the erage to Be Made.At Placed in The rftyBuilding. : i

entered the sixth grade. Two small thorne's House of Seven Gables 'and t. f f
a Three Months. fall term of the Bradford coun- ; an adjourned meeting of the !. '
children, Charlie Marks and Myrtle the twelfth grade is reading Cran- :
.:J ty circuit court ended Friday, and all! city conucil Tuesday evening the ques- I ,;
*' ,Monday, November 2, 1914, the cases, orders, motions and proceedings I Clark whose parents have recently literature books are the best of tion of the extension of Clarke and The council met in regular session ; :: .! Ion
and besides
hard met in regular session at the ,not otherwise disposed of were moved to Starke from Campville, beinga Sanderson streets was taken up. A November 5, 1914, With all mem't: .;
story they give the
calledto the next term.Thursday. have entered the chart class. pupils bers .
house in Starke, and was continued to resolution was passed agreeing to ar- present. I
eonrt order by Chairman C. A .Roberts Mrs. Green, the mother of De Ritch good exercise in classic English.We bitrate the matter with the owners Minutes of the last mating were ; r i
notice that fresh dirt and sand i
all members present, to-wit'A. The grand jury went into sessionon and Nelson Green, was a welcome visitor of the'property through which these read and approved. I .:; I ;
vtih I with
gravel is being hauled along the '
Surrency, S. T. Dowling, W. A. Thursday and returned the follow- to our school recently. I streets will run. Attorney J. E. Futch Bond of W JL Wall :as(fa member ;\\.i i :
l. side walks
> to the school. We
Electric have been in the
and W. S. Croft ing true bills: lights put was appointed to represent the town of board of bond trustees'approved. I t
Bessent that these walks will be finished be- .
Minutes of the regular,and special Walter Sapp, grand larceny, pleaded school auditorium. And our only re-:. fore the muddy streets will be bad of Starke. Bond' of Ed Burned, Tight marshal {;4 f 1
held in October were read not guilty. gret is that we will have so few occasions so It is proposed to continue Sander approved'and filed. t

meetings approved. Adam Thomas, murder in the first to use them this year. We that the pupils will have to sit in son street to intersect with Temple Bond of C. A. Fetch: clerk, 'approved {t ;
nd school with
wet feet.
State pension claims of Mrs. Samuel degree. sincerely hope that at the beginning street and the property owners inter- and filed.Committees \ ij! ,

Croft and Mrs. Shedd were ap- Silas Kite, no bill. of a new school year that our town Rev. Marcus Fagg, the superintendent ested in this extension are Messrs. N. appomted.by.the. chairman t

Grover Lang, no bill. will be financially in shape to put ina of the home for Friendless Chil- D. Wainright, S. L. Alvarez, Jay Al- for the year: .

proved." The bonds, of W. H. Hollingsworth, Dave Williams, grand larceny, first-class lecture course. We knowof dren in Jacksonville, has made a per- derman and N. T. Ritch. Clarke street Finance and Taxation White, \\81 i

J.H.Harrell, Jacob Johns, Dock Dick- pleaded guilty, penitentiary one year. nothing that would be as beneficial sonal appeal to the various school will be continued through the prop- chairman; Bryan, Andrews.!

and E. W. Green for fire arms Shirley Price, entering (without I both to the pupils and the older children of the state to help him to erty of J. W. Alvarez and J. R. Da Rules and Ordinancis-Bryan, I

m approved and licenses issued to breaking, pleaded guilty, penitentinry people of the town as lectures on his feed the more' than 600 orphan chil- chairman; Wills, White. *

were caid named parties. one year. torical, civil and scientific subjects. Ina dren in his charge. We are glad to : vis.The J. B. McCreary Co., of Atlanta Streets, Sidewalks and )Buildings 111 ;

'- 'Bonds of C. A. Johns and M. L. James Hazyoke entering without few years the last active partici- say that the Bradford County High I I Ga., was awarded the contract to Andrews, chairman; White,! Wills. ; 1

'Johns, Jr, for fire arms upon motion breaking, pleaded guilty, penitentiaryone pant of the gigantic struggle of the School has sent him $7.00. If each survey the town, establish grades, Sanitation-Wills, chairman; Bryan ;I f.Ii

hid over for further investigation. year. war between the states will have one of these little tots are given three furnish plans and specifications and White. r

=,Death 'of J. B. Johns reported to Samson Richardson, desertion of passed away, and their deeds like.that meals a day costing 5 cents each it make an estimate of the cost of a Electric Lights, Waterworks' and f

;the board. It was ordered that his wife, pleaded guilty, $50 and costs or of their sires of the revolution will be would amount to "$100 a day. We, sewerage system and paved streets' Fire Protection-Andrew*, fchairmaa; I r 11

)tine be dropped from the pauper roll three months in jail. no longer transmitted by word or by who do not know what it is to be This work will be done with a viewof Wills, Bryan. !;

"lad H was further ordered that $750 Friday. mouth, but will be found only in the hungry, can hardly sympathize or calling an election for the purposeof The street committee reported that 4 j

). appropiated for burial expenses. .. The following.true bills were presented dry volumes of books. And the pea know what it means to be responsible issuing bonds for sewerage, pav- contract had been let to the Quigley i i .J a': ''

+Si;,T. B.Bosier filed his report as beef by the grand jury on Friday: ple of Starke, have, perhaps, forever for the feeding of over 600 chil- ing, ere.Chief. Lumber &: Supply Co. for jiQ cells to ,; .ff

iupeetor for the 8th election district i I.,. G. Ware, murder in the first deg missed the chance of seeing and hear- dren. In a letter of thanks to Prof. of Police Kite was instructedto be installed in the city bujlding.! ; '

'for month of October. g gree. ing Mrs. Pickett, the wife of the famous Kean, Mr. Fagg expresses gratitudefor order Deputy Night Marshal 0. The tax collector was allowed credit +

j*" Board ordered that one hundred dol- Osias Roberts, common liquor deal Gen. G. E. Pickett, who led the the gift, and stresses the fact Gardiner to appear before the coun- on delinquent list. as follows:
famous charge at Gettysburg. Mrs. that unless other people and schools Taxed refunded by council : \ i
lars' reward be paid for the arrest cil next Tuesday night to answer a -. -i .- 66 Al k
;and delivery to the sheriff. of Bradford er.The I grand jury finished its work Pickett will tour the South and de- will continue to help him that these charge of neglect of duty last Mony Tax Sales _... ,....-18.84 ,I- fi

: county, Florida, for the said F.iN. and was discharged.John liver lectures on her personal experiences little children, some of whom are not ''' night. Total credits --:If,_. 75.7 :' ti t

-: : Andrews, charged with embezzlement Poe, contempt of court, dis during the war between the over two years old, will starve. Mr. Tax collector reported collections- t }..
for October
: of funds of the county as treasurer charged. states. Fagg tells us that if we do not have CONCERT FRIDAY EVENING. The treasurer, $463.72.' t.ashOD'J' i '"

of Bradford county.R. Alex Jordan, assault to murder, The various grades have begun the money that farm supplies and I repoiUd : .1 j{ L

A. Green presented his report nol pros. their collateral reading. The seventh provisions will be very acceptable. I The .civic and Musicale Clubs of I hand as follows: ,.' l
: General fond -. -__ 236.0T -.S '
, for agricultural statistics, and same, Frank Williams, breaking and en- Stark will present in concertJ. I Road and bridge _--101&75 1

Approved by the bqard. tering, nol pros. Oscar Miller Violinist-baritone, Interest Sinkink _. ._ ..! '--.-'1110.83 102.6S # .
The board took up bills for approval Court- adjourned. REWARD FOR ANDREWS. ELECTION FIGURES. director of music, University of Waterworks _J. 32.61 J, .

for the months of August, September Florida, Gainesville Conservatory of Total ': .. 2496.82
sad October. Bills examined'andiimroved : SILVER WEDDING ANNIVER-. A reward of $350 will be paid for The".board of county canvassers met Music.n 4 The following bills were' examined .

and scrip issued in paymentof SARY. the arrest and delivery of F. N. An- at the court house in Starke last Saturday Miss Rebecca Peterson, concert and ordered paid: ," '

; said bills, to-wit: drews to S. B. Denmark, sheriff of to canvass the votes of the pianist and soloist, head'of piano and E J. W.S. Matthews Andrews,do aem__court______*f-___. 2.M 2.M

Puget ADa...... ..oouaHoltoB. Rev. and Mrs. B. T. Rape receivedtheir Bradford<< county, at the county jail in general election last week and an- organ department, Gainesville Conservatory S. A. Bryan do .............!' ?_ Z.W t
Carrie gparkman. pauper --------- G. C. Livingston, do .. 0"
friends last Saturday eveningat I of Music. r-- T.-.n. ;
I1D! do ----- Starke. nounced the following result N. D. Wainright do UZ.M
. Pelt Ann Green do --- ------ 1.00. the Methodist parsonage, the occasion : Bernice DeLand-Miller, pianist and J. W. White do '._ Lot I
._ Wright do 2-M Governor Trammell has offered a U. S. Senator-Duncan U. Fletcher, J. C. Wills, do __, 1.0.
Mary Ward do 1.00 being the twenty-fifth anniversary accompanist.At A. s.- Crews salary u' .S
reward of for the of An-
, irtG&tUi.do-. e.oo of their marriage.The $150 arrest 502.Member the High School Auditorium, on Situ Hits, salary and few -:___ 64.C > .l s
; Nancy Conner do _-..-- ------ i.OO drews, the county commissioners have Congress-Frank Clark, Ed Burned do ------------,--__. ELM \
Mary) Brooks,.do 1.00 rooms were artistically deco- Friday evening, November 13, at 8 C. F. Hoover mayor's fees -=-__ 6." -:; I
Ttnty Dyeat, do _--.---- -- '<-MWm7G offered a reward of $100 and An- 510. J. L. Warren phone rent = Lie .
: :;. s on. do .................... LOO rated with vines and cut flowers and drews' bondsmen have also offered a Commissioner of Agriculture, W. o'clock. J. W. Morgan bill paper -_---_:1'1.Ot: -I ;
; "J... Parrish. dd -----. 6-M the bride and groom of 1889 stood General admission, 35 and 50 cents. Bradford County Telegraph, pnvucr[ I." ; ,;
: :Jma Eiutabotham. do .. 250 reward of $100, making a total of A. McRae, 467. I: Jaek Smith, posting city limit ern.73 ;
6.00 under a silver bell to receive their Special rate for school children, 25 *
MIa JldAsIMlllo do -- Silas Kite, com on beenses aol taxes ,
-- $350 offered for the apprehension Justice COurt-W. H. ;
4o ... 4.00 now Supreme .
CueIIIIe Grltea
? ---- 191S 89.7S
guest cents. Reserved seats at .
on --
: .... Brtie. do ...- -- of Andrews. lis, 418; Thos. M. Shackleford, 338. H. C. Richard premium on bona L. : i
ASMARA ToOttUsCt do 4UvIs Mrs. Rape was becomingly attiredin Mitchell's Drug Store 50 cents. __
.J-L !! ------ Wall : u.I *
r Crosby do 10.00 Andrews left the county Saturday Railroad Commissioners-N. H. W. H. Miner report blanks .25 .
: EjstHnt Griffls do ... 2.M a light gray silk dress and was I W. L. Wall, Are ehief -f-_ 2." "
Knin Griffls. do ..................- 1.00 assisted in receiving by Mrs. L. A. morning, October 31, for parts un Blitch, 429; R. Hudson Burr, 396. DEATH OF MRS. L. VARNES.'. Cliff Chaneey fireman -r.-'-, t- LM ,
do ..00ft known. He pretended to have left to Member House of .._._..__.'...
Nag D. M. McNignt. do
': -------------- Mrs.E. RepresentativesA. The friends and relatives of Mr. Ab. Sydboten. .r. 1.0t J
.. 1.00 Davis and Mrs. A. H. Freeman. 1 .
J. Campbell do Joe do LMi
i B. Johns, do ------. . on 8MTiney .' S. Matthews served fruit punch go to Lake City to consult an attor- D. Andrews, 479; Joe Hill Wil- Lacy Varnes, one miles and a half;I Gay Canova.Alvarez, do -----.- -r.- LM
.... do ...... 4.00 ney, but when he reached Hagan he liams, 498. Charley Beaeky. do ........ ,-f_ LM: r
Banner DyaL do ......-.---..- 4.00 from an attractively arranged table south of Raiford, will regret to learn I Will Wainright. do ....._ :. .:... 1.0. s
S BtarUng S Uis. do -- 18-M and several young ladies' waited on left the northbound G. S. &: F. train Tax Assessor-N. D. Wainright, of the death of his wife, who was. Will Moitt, do ...............-_..__ LM
Nag Tames, do ,----_---_--- 4.00 and boarded the southbound train. He 524. I Gus Beater, do n : LM
I Newman Children do ._..--.. .. 8-00 the guests with a bountiful supply of taken ill with pneumonia about three Will Miner, do LM .
, Wads McKnigkt do -- 8.00 has been traced to Palatka and it is Tax Collector B. M. Dowling, 507. Roy Turner do ..._....Y{: ? LM
Ann do .... 8-00 ice cream and cake. weeks ago. ....... ._
i Polly Ehoden ------ believed that he left that E. B. Shipman. do > l.otI
Hampton do 8.00 :Misses Lois Peek and Cassie White city over County Treasurer-G. W. Ha en, She died Sunday morning, Novem-' Situ Kite for cleaning council ruom .35
f.w.John Willis Norman, do ----do----------------- 4.00 6.00 rendered a number of beautiful piano the East Coast railway, probably 489; H. 0. Brown, 101. ber 8, at one o'clock. She leaves a I C. A. Futth, clerk's fees _,__'.__-37.SO

Kate Jackson, do _ 4.00 selections, and the evening passed bound for Key West, but there is no County Commissioner-A. H. Williams hunband and eight children. Total ___________ *-_ 278.15 .

Ira Km N.Sisters,a Newman, do do ..n-. 10.00 6.00 most pleasantly in an informal social definite trace of him beyond Palatka, 452; J. B. Crews, 447; S. T. Precious mother, she has left us, J. S. Mercer ROAD AND street BRIDGE work --):_'0M..z>_. 27.00 '
Mrs. LOO and it be that he made another 434 J. L. Underhill __ __...
fImaaI.U.y.do Banner Dyal do 8.00 manner. CoL C. L. Peek being in one may Dowling, ; 438; Left us, yes forever more. H. E. Lagergren..surveying t __ 10.19 8.00
J. W. Andrews Son. hauling
Henry Padgett do _ 6.00 of his genial moods the entire company detour and left the state through D. W. Pinholster, 443. But oh! we hope to meet our motherOn Quigley Lumber A Snplpy Co.,' tumfcer- 14.58
T Wm Lang _. .__ 3.00 Pensacola. _....... 83.20
o' School woik
or Board-L. W. Kickliter, W .F. Mott saw --;. ,
Mrs. L. L. Hatan. do ,was kept entertained by his wit that bright and happy shore. -
Jsan J. Bossier, do 3.00. and humor.A Officers everywhere are asked to be 419; J. E. Douglass, 428; Chesty Total paid out of above fund -.-'-- 143.28 f d
.' .... Nancy Biggs do 8.00 the lookout for Andrews. The The council :to 'Tuesday
399.Constable adjourned
on Fogg, J
the hours
t Kathtl Stokes, do 8.00 large number of elegant pres- Lonely the house and sad ,
!f do sheriff's office here has sent out the November 10th to .make final |]
llm. Lydia G- 8.00 District No. 6-J. B. dear night, |
ents from friends in Starke and other since our one has gone.
A, J. 2.00
Baden do places in the state where Mr. and following description of him: Sapp, 92.Constitutional. But oh! a brighter home than ours, disposition of the openin cf: Clarke

i,Total _____________$198.50I : About 6 feet tall, stands erect and Amendment, abolishing her'own. street and continuation of Sanderson
GENERAL FUND.. Mrs. Rape have lived attested to the In Heaven is now
K D. Wainright. com U assessor ...100.00 popularity of this couple. walks rapidly with short, quick office of county treasurer and A FRIEND. street to intersect with Turtle ave-
: '
K K rx D. Wafatrlght.Wainright do do _. ,- y- 100.00 100.00 The guests departed with many stride; weighs about 175 pounds; fixing term of office of tax assessor nue. ; ,
X IX: Wainright.. do 100.00K about 35 years of age; broad,'square and tax collector for four years WHO HAS A RICE MILL? C. A. FUTC1R] Clerk.
thanks the host and hostess for
D. Wainright. do _.. ._........ 100 00E to :,
K. D.:Wainright. do ..........-__ H.OO the pleasant evening spent at their shoulders; broad face, rather full; Yes, 276; No, 99.Constitutional. A number of rice growers, who

K M. D.D.''Wainright Vainrvht. do do !103.11(>O.GO home, and the wish that they might prominent cheek bones; small'crease Amendment, relatingto planted rice for the first time this DEATH OF D. Y. & COX. .

E !o R*Remark' 1'*day with com ___. 4.00 live to celebrate their golden anni in center of lower lip; dark complexion appointment of commissioned officers year, have requested the Telegraphto I -

c-.t": ,.oo o..... j.__ _- .--. 29.60 16.00 versary. and hair; a great smoker, mostly of state militia-Yes, 161.: No. find out for them who has a rice The death of D. Y. Silccx 'Occurred
:<< W A Croft' do -- IUO I cigarettes; heavy drinker and fond of 96. huller in this section and where it at his home in the Temple's ilQl section
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&tneaoy dG 28.80
L t. !Dewbng. do. 2480 REV. J. E. BLACK.Rev. ; playing cards for money; a glib talker Constitutional Amendment, relatingto is located. If the owner of a rice ,last Friday night. TKe: cause of

It A.C. J.A-Adktaa Knight,co supvr attorney registration. _..._.__ 10.00 10.40 : ; very genial disposition; in talk the judiciary-Yes, 130; No, 81. :. mill or anybody who knows where his death was brain trouble. He was

,C. A. Hakht. suptrr registration --.:.. 10.40 J. E. Black died at his homein ing uses the word "shore" (sure) one si will send word to this paper we buried in the Kingsley Lake cemetery

.L L Dwmark AAiu. ,co with attorney co com .. 10.00 4.00 Starke Sunday, November 8, after frequently and laughs cordially. "WAR IS HMYSL. will be glad to make an announce- Sunday, Rev. P. M. Riggs tojiducting .

I' *W.. '* *.*.. clerk 66.00 : an illness of several months, at ment for the benefit of those inter- the funeral services.Mr. { :
I. L. Wsnea WUUains.pbone Janitor _' 17.60 8.00 the advanced age of 71 years. He CARD OF THANKS. A soldier of the legion lay dying at ested. Silcox was 60 years cf!jage. He .,

1't lfc Plant lights 3.80 buried in Prezmysl:' he vowed that Shermantold born at New River, Octber 28,
W. t rt... clerk etc (6.00 was Evergreen cemetery on was
Css D. Barnard Co. snplies-clerk die 12.45 Monday, Rev. James Strickland con. I desire to express the heartfelt the truth when he uttered "Waris ST. MARKS EPISCOPAL 1854, and has lived in this,section of

A.W.J.'t'. Adkir Walt;. 10 clerk attorney- (5.00 10.00 ducting the funeral services. gratitude of our family to our neigh- hmysl." It kept me awful busy CHURCH.Rev. Florida all his life. In 1L45'he was

P.A.. L.>R hawse. 1..day with board. :- 4.00 Rev. Strickland was born in Georgia bors and friends for their sympathyand here a dodgin' shot and shmyslan'what W .H. Du Moulin, priest in I united in marriage with *Iia? MaryF.

W. S. DfI. 1 day with board-: 14.00. where he grew to manhood. He help during the illness and deathof the whole blamed thing's about charge, twenty-third Sunday after White, who survives him. rTo this

;:\1&'- !...Dnllar.Dlaa f\do .. 4.00 4.00 served as a private in the Confede- my father, D. Y. Silcox.J. I'm sure I cannot tymsl!" Palm Trinity Sunday, school, 9:45 a. m. I I union were born seven cllldren, all

7$"L 3t'1t L.rag VoorIIaea. ribbons -- ---. 4.08 rate army during the ,civil war. He L. SILCOX. Beach Post. Morning prayer and sermon at 11 of whom are living.
BtMchard. viewing body of Ben
.t ... 3.00 was ordained as a minister of the o'clock. Evening prayer and sermon,
">I :'. ....1ri1..... Janitor .. 17.50 in the \ 7 o'clock. Choir rehersal Saturday at CARD OF THANRSI'I (
gospel Missionary Baptist
t c... supplies clerk's office __ 13.5 11111111111 i'i' 1111111 M M i n 1111111111 I'l 1111111111111
';4' c..; .. '.0< church 47 years ago and fought a 3:30 p. m. The.Woman's Guild will I -
; .!p, M sin Co. hooks for clerk office. 68.57 + II residence of Mrs. H. C. We take the pleasure thro fh the
W.... recording first issue tax good fight until overCome by ill + ". meet at the I
e 'wy .. 9.7S health. He 'has been a resident of ADVERTISE AND ADVERTISE MORE. Richard next Tuesday afternoon at columns of this paper to thrak the
1 iV Wskrv 14 do" 3.75 f + of St. Marks will people of Starke and sumjinding i '
J. w hone 3.00 this section for about 20 years. 3.30. The men
4 t-A."3bhsrtIE 1_ board 4.00 Rev. Black was twice married, his + D n't try to do business without advertising and hope to sue- + meet at the church next Monday even- country for their kind attention dur-
Dswbgr, coll IUs.U e 1 12aigns 12.65 + ceed. A farmer had well to without ferti- + of beloved ,
just as try a ing the illness our
:; Dewa.g, grow crop 7 o'clock. rather
'4D.11 eoll 1U.10 f ft 1 1L.81 second wife surviving him. He is also ing at
J.. >M Iiaa. freight oa 1.05 + lizers. A new ground may grow one good crop or two without # Elder James E. Black.
survived by four children from his
gg** tnaael .
4 Novelty Co signs 28.80 + fertilizer but the result is Same with + REPORT.There also wish to thank tkf
p4f S *** receipt books for first marriage, W. E. Black, Tampa; permanent nothing. any COTTON We many .

A..Eat, .spat tegistrstlon and 12JO'jCntimNd ''s. M. P. Sullivan, South Jacksonville +. business. To put a business on a firm foundation and keep it + were 2398 bales of cotton kind friends who gave the Dutiful .-

." ........ 10.0A& ::0 ; Mrs. L. A. Swindle, Savannah, + there you must put something back of it to make it grow-you + ginned in Bradford county from the floral offerings.
i,\ Co attome + must advertise. # of 1914 prior'to November 1st, His children:
it- lwm.rt, I .Jan wit beard 8.00'I Ga.; J .G. Black, Shellbine, Ga.; one crop BLAIK
Msf, eoaa a tax con 101.01 + Plant your fertilizer for a good business crop in the advertising + 1914 ,as compared with 1941 bales REV. JOHN G. ,
., '. L. brother, J. S. Black, Jesup, Ga., and
... :urns. phone ---- 1.00 + columns of the Telegraph and watch the returns. + to November 1st, 1913. MR. EDGAR W. BLACK.I .
'ii:::!..; Plant lights aDd water r..55 two sisters Mrs. Sallie Clark, Asheville ginned prior 4
t..flQ ll judge ___ %U6Yt N. D .WAINRIGHT, MRS. KATIE SWINDELL.MRS. .
N. C.; and Mrs. Belle Bennett, .f l
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let us' rather see in it that Providence, .

! !WAR FREED which determnied to save the South CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR

M despite itself, has permitted us to see What "BeeDee.
Means {t
the evil of our fetich worship of cot

THE SOUTH ton. WORK.% Backache; "Bee Dee" on the label means REAL VALUE :.!
inside the and .
Cotton As An Autocrat.As package, RESULTS and SATI.FACTION ,
f after the contents have been used. Renedes mr !ee
I a subject held in control and Miss Myrtle Cothrum Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stork IOIDctune. 'gen e I
1 Editor Constitution: Let'me warmly made to do our bidding, cotton is one -This is number 6, (or a small portion of Russellviile,Ala.,says: or poultry remedy. "Bee Dee" remedies are t'rtf. =sa::' 1IIef1llI
of it,) of bulletin issued pared from pure, medicinal ingredients, in a scien
congratulate The Constitution of heaven's richest blessings to .any press by "For nearly year, I suffered I ud w
upon way, and are genuine medicines that
csw mCtl.J
you tbem.
autocrat domi- the publicity bureau of the United So-
country; as an with terrible back
its healthy and helpful optimism. depend on. McMfflea
than other ruler on earth, ciety, and written by the Interstatefield I Stock.-I
any ache pains in limbs
From one end of the South to the my STOCK & POULTRY Wac&.Tczgz,,
it is destructive of highest secreatary, Karl Lehman. -
our prosperity and bead ached nearly
my .BeeDee
other there should go up a song of I MEDICINE _
gladness. it deadens our initiative, it Over two thousand American aH the time. Our family tINIMENT-DIP W Tea .

; .1: Away with the pessimist: away with kills our' self-reliance, it impoverishesour Christian Endeavorers spend a goodly doctor treated me, but Bee Dee Healing Powder-Bee Dee Colic Kerne# JOar can dtaJa'a.get nqg'g ;
soil it holdS material part of each Sunday afternoon in the
every expression of bitterness. our progress, only gave me temporary P.R

Away with the spirit that placardsthe educational, religious,' in check. hospitals, orphan asylums, soldiers' relief. I was certainly in
the Let us therefore sing a song of glad homes, and old ladies' homes. Their bad health. My school .
country with appeals to "help
South. ness that the spell has been broken, bright, cheerful singing, the repeating teacher advised me to FARMERS TAKE INITIATIVE. ONE LL41P INSTEAD OF
that ,rule and of scripture earnest
cotton can no longer passages
Are its TAKECardui
Is th South a beggar? peo. "
pie so weak-kneed that they cannot ruin us, that everywhere there shall prayers from the lips and hearts fill The farmers of Ingram county,I beet factories it
be that diversified agriculture ed with genuine faith in a wonderfulGod thro
meet with a few months of adversity soon seen Michigan, are considering the question out the country are facing
which spells progress in capital and Saviour, and a cheerful message of erecting a pe _
without standing hat in hand begging a canning factory of situation. After working at
letters-progress in broader thinking, from God's Word are the means their own at Lansing. have become ful'!
: alms of the nation? parity to '-teet a supposed
in broader and in broader of bringing new hope and demand,
Have we been breeding a race of planning courage joy convinced that such a plant high-price!,. sugar they find
utilization of our marvelous advan. to these who greatly appreciate the would take of the market
men with cotton strings. as backbones care surplusand there is nj such demand.
nn_ !_ i tages. message. At Christmas time Christian The Woman's TonicI also; make it possible to increasethe the sugar ;.is offered at six centgZ AIthOui
And with this thought in mind, let Endeavorers prepare a treat and .
in that section
How else can we explain the sudden acreage of sweet pound, wholesale, sales are slow:
hysteria which swept over 'our country us contrast our snow-white fields of take it to these homes and many of took two bottles, in all, corn, peas, beans and fruits of all i jobbers and wholesalers, it IV

: and the fear that took possessionof cotton with the blood-red soil of Eu. the hospitals.The and was cured. I shall kinds. The men back of the project I stocked up fceavily when the '

us? The South produces annually rope, our rivers as they go to the sea, Chicago Endeavorers maintainthe always praise Cardui to have observed that wherever canning broke out ajid, with warehouses )_

over $3,000,000,000 of agriculture and creating the power to light our cities most effective hospital work that sick and suffering wo factories have been located a large ed to the rafters, they are osx.
and run our factories with the blood- is done. A hospital missionary is If suffer from home market ta&i
more than $3,500,000,000 of manufactures men. you has been developed and to put more? money into the prodU
and mineral output, or upwardof reddened rivers of Europe' choked employed by the Chicago Union. The pains peculiar to weak the necessity of shipping avoided or So the sugaj: is going begging
with the bodies of of thousandswho following report of six months workin atcents. Sii
tens suh headache
$6,500,000,000,000 a year, and yet women, as greatly reduced. Such factories have How; long this condition
because we had a temporary haltingin daily go down into the valley of Cook county hospitals by the C. E. backache: or other proved to be boons to the rural communities 1 last is a iuestion. The Ji1
death. Let us think of our manifold missionary and scores of volunteer symptoms of womanly where have conso
cotton and because we might possi- they plac i however, as long as he
bly get a few hundred million less for blessings and view them against the Endeavor helpers gives some idea of trouble, or if you merely ed. Without exception they have. the usual quantity of :_

cotton than last year, we forgot that background of Europe's horrors, the extent of the work. Total attendance need a tonic for that tired, given small farmers a chance at intensified rest assured that he sugar will, 'mij
where 20,000,000 men are grappling in at meetings, 3,427. Requestsfor nervous, worn-out feel- 1kt
the whole cotton crop, even,when it, farming and have afforded a profit. The retail price of
was worth $1,000,000,000 a year was death or preparing for the struggle, prayer, 1,267. ,Conversions, 216. ing, try Cardui. g 45 market for what the small farmer had cents a pound and it is OV
total while 300,000,000 people look on in Portions of Scripture given away 744. to sell. There about 200 likeIyt
less than one-sixth of our pro are growers will be kept: there, indefinitely.
awful agony at the world's most stupendous Letters and postal cards written, 224. who the 'ne
mine. We supply Lansing market and
ducts of farm, factory and old "law" of supply and demand
forgot that even if we had lost an tragedy. Bouquets distributed, 35,000. How they have found out that gardeningis pears to have been repealed in Ip.
The of heaven look do these figures appeal to who tijj
pitying angels some
entire cotton crop the loss would have a good business. Many of these century. The only to
been less than 4 per cent of our total' down upon agony, mental and physical think that C. E. means just holdingone want to work on larger scale and for speculators is through way the fit'
than there have ever been since church prayer-meeting, about six ODD BITS OF NEWS. pocket. .,&
wealth. We forgot that: the South's reason are in favor of a factoryto lack of demand or a falling off i in .
the world while the devil o'clock, on Sunday evening? demand
drink bill is annually equal to one- conver the surplus into a marketable is likely to result in
laughs with hellish glee such as the An addition to hospital wark is that Louisville a reduetioa'in
half of a $1,000,000,000 cotton crop;; Ky.-Two slaughter product. The experiment will be price, for the jobbers will
we forgot that if for one year the infernal regions never knew before. of fresh-air Endeavor. Thousandsof i house proprietors of Louisville have watched with interest, for the ideais to carry big stocks that not ait

South refrained from all alcoholic And here we, in a land of peace, a dollars are spent by great city been fined $100 each and sentenced to applicable .to almost. any part of sales. Therefore if are I n

drink it would save far more than the land where abundant crops have rewarded unions like those of Brooklyn, Essex fifty days in jail for selling horse the country. would cut down his allowance every America

total decline in the value of this the work of the year, where and Hudson counties, New Jersey, meat for food.Frederick of m- *
ar, jast'a trifle
with we are free from all the horrors that I Baltimore, in giving the poor children WHAT THE FARMER DID. we would see the
cotton -
year's crop as compared L prices tumbling in a few weeks.
burden Europe with earth's greatest and their mothers a summer outing, Md.-A Oa
last year; we forgot that our own interests negro in the jail spoonful or one lump, instead to
were suffering far more than I sorrows, are acting and talking as where they can get a breath of real refused to escape when three Qther fugitives A city mAn recently visited his in coffee of
your i
though our petty troubles were fresh air in God's own out-of-doors. effected "country cousin." The from every morning for
our cotton, that the loss in the value a jail delivery Saturday man month would result in
of the railroad and industrial proper. worthy of serious consideration. Surely Baltimore alone gives these hundred night because the warden had city, wishing to explain the joys of sugar before Christmai-a return'fivecent tf..

ties of the South as* measured by the Almighty might say to us, and especially children, mothers and babies a ten promised the prisoners chicken for metropolitan life, said: "We have certainly -

value of securities was greater than I to the farmers of the South: days outing. Brooklyn bought last dinner Sunday. been having fun the last few Try This for Your

the possible loss on cotton; we forgot "Unto whom much has been given, of summer $214.20 of milk for its. To days. Thursday we autoed to the Thousands IO f people Cough.

that lumber operators and naval'L him shall much be required." To the look into the homes from which these Belding, Mich.-A silk thread Manufacturing country club, and golfed until dark, because unable to get the keep coughinj.

stores operators had all faced a de- South much has been given. children come shows one the need, anda Company of this city, then trollied back to town and danced edy. Coughs are: caused right inflammation ran

.-"" -- l' SSicn as severe as that in cotton. i How should we answer a question glance at them in the Christian Endeavor is supplying the United States with until morning." The country cousin of Throat and Bronchial by Tuba: '

,-e, Cotton Bolls For Brains. from the Almighty asto, how we are camp thrills one with the joy. crochet cotton, a product, which until was not to be stumped in the least, so What you need is to soothe this in.

0' But because we have made cotton I meeting a situation so triflingly inconsequent of giving them this bit of real life. the breaking out of the European war- began telling of some of the pleas flammation. Take Dr. k ng's Net,

our fetich, because we have worshipped as compared with the awful Light-House Endeavor is another was made exclusively in Alsace-Lor- ures of the simple life: "We have Discovery, it penetrates the de1 cab

cotton, have thought in terms of woe under which Europe staggers? factor, when at least in thirty-five raine. The demand for the cotton is had pretty good times here, too. One mucous lining, raises the phlegm and

, cotton, have banked our banking and I Let us quit bemoaning our troubles, light-houses along the Atlantic coast enormous and the manufacturers are day we buggied out to Uncle Ned's quickly relieves the congested

, our trade, and almost our religion on I let us heed the divine command: "Be there are sturdy, lonely men and putting in new machinery to meet it. and went out to the back lot, wherewe branes. "Dr. :King's New Discover mem
like women that thank God for Christian baseballed all that ,
strong, quit you men. afternoon. In
cotton, we found,that too many of us I quickly and completely
\ ?t the critical moment had only cot. RICHARD H. EDMONDS, Endeavorers who remember them in St. Louis, Mo.-The war revenue the evening we sneaked up into the attic cough" writes: J. R. Watts stopped nj

.., ton strings for backbones, cotton bolls I Editor Manufacturers' Record. their loneliness by weekly packagesof tax of approximately $50,000,000 on and pokered until morning." A Texas. Money back if not, Floyd satisfied,,

t( for brains and cotton emotion for re.I newspapers- books. letters.. etc. the annual output of beer-is agreeableto sturdy old farmer who was listening, but it
nearly.always helps.
J ligion.We, AN OLD MAN. The work of Christian Endeavor in the brewers of this city, althoughthis not to be outdone ,took up the conversation -

I boast of the religious life of the hospitals, homes, fresh-air camps, industry already pays a yearly at this point and said:' "I was LISTEN DAUGHTER.

South and of our faith in Almighty Micajah Weiss, the oldest pensioner light-houses and light-ships, proves internal revenue tax of $165,000,000.The having some fun about this time Listen .da ghters., Your mother,

God, but the very moment that adversity in the United States, died a short the truth of the phrase-Christian new beer tax will yield a revenue myself. I muled to the cornfield and tells me that the honey boy who has '

: comes we lose faith in God as time ago at his home in Beaver Brook, Endeavor serves. more than ten times greater than gee-hawed until sundown. Then I been festooning the landscape here-
Are Florida workers doing their that of other suppered until dark, and piped until
in ourselves. We lose selfconfidenceand any single commodity.
Sullivan county, New York, of infirmities abouts for. the past month has retreated
share in this 9 o'clock
grand total of sunshiney after which I bedsteaded until -
self-reliance the -
; blackness ; we see only incident to his advanced years. deeds done in the name of the Christwe Grand Island, Neb.-H. F. Swan- the clock fived after which I to: a;; position previously' se
: of the passing cloud and for_ lected. In, other words he has "gone
get to turn the cloud inside out?to see He was in the 114th year of his age love? back, of Greenwood, Mo., although breakfasted until it was time to .go and got another baby., Well don't

the silver lining, for there is, indeed, and probably the oldest man in N. Y. GRACE A. TOWNSEND. aged 100 years, was an active participant muling again." I cry. Ther 's .ijo reason and besides it

S a silver, yes, a golden lining to it. I Born at Dancing Creek, Monroe county in the meetings of the state Best Cough Medicine for Children. washes off the powder. Honey; boy
We know that we have the most IMPROVE THE TOWN. lodge of I. 0. 0. F. held here last
"Three when I spent about four bits week .
Pennsylvania, and was one of a years ago was living a on you.Here's
week. He
richly endowed country on earth. We family of nine children. The early claims to be the oldest living in Pittsburg one of my children had a a dollar a week to take its

know that for variety and extent of 'part of his life was spent along Delaware If every man who reads this, and Odd of Fllow as well as he oldest in hard cold and coughed dreadfully. Upon place. Every time he called he clean- .

agricultural and mineral capabilities river in lumbering and fann i every woman, too would make it his point membership, having joined the advice of a druggist I purchased ed out the xefrigerator. Your mother

no other land on earth matches this ing. For fifty-five he or her business, the next hour he or the order in Hamburg, Germany, sev a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough will see that your brothers do this
years was a
'. heaven-favored region; we know that resident of Beaver Brook, where he she has, to look around the home enty-one years ago. Remedy and it benefited him at once.I in the future He kept you up late

other lands not one-half so well endowed carried on an extensive lumber busi premises and see how they could be Sullivan Ind.-Mrs.- find it the best cough medicine for nights. Your baby sister is teething

have grown enormously rich ness. *In his rafts-days he would frequently fixed up to look better it would be a bes, the oldest, Eleanor Corn- children because it is pleasant to take. and she hag kept me up late, but I'll
living white in
and that if we are not wealthy beyondthe walk back from Trenton to great thing for this town. It might Indiana observed her 105th woman They do not object to taking it," resign in ytur favor so it wont seem

dreams of avarice it is because Beaver Brook, more than 100 miles, not induce people to do any more than birthday writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer strange for: you to go to bed early.
anniversary the
Sunday at home
tunities.we have not fully utilized our oppor long before railroads were construct rake up the sticks that are lying her son, Wiley Gambill.. She is the of City, Pa. This remedy contains no He took possession of the most comfortable j

i ed. He had around. That opium or other narcotic and rocker in the living rOOmi'
"' been known to drive a would be a great help mother of eleven children six i may be
We ,
I grown cotton and spent it four-horse load of venison down Del- alone. But maybe while raking boys given to a child confidently as to When you look; at that rocker in the .
I and five
all for corn and flour and other foodstuffs up girls, 57 grandchildren, 147
I and'for aware valley to Trenton. In August, the loose leaves you would find thare great grandchildren and 17 an adult. Sold by all dealers. ... future, it wHl' not bring a pang to see .:
mules great
i. with
very 1862, Mr. Weiss enlisted in is loose it empty, for it will be full of little i
a in the
-. a regimentof sidewalk
a great grandchildren. Mrs. Combes
which to make the cotton. is THE ROAD HOG GOT
I HIS. I old George B. Father. Your ma andI
Pennsylvania volunteer infantry broken picket in the :
I Enslaved Ourselves With Cotton. fence, that the apparently in her usual good health. i.
and served until the close of the war corner of the porch has ___ stayed by ypu through teething,
We have enchained and enslaved sagged or A road '
hog living near Cravat colic, measlos and whooping
inlSGo. ,
Mr. Weiss was not teetotaler that the croup
a front
ourselves with cotton instead of pro- steps need a new plankin Buncetown, Mo.-In 1852 U. D. south of Centralia, got a lesson yes- cough and we're going to see you thIS
ducing our own foodstuffs and raising stimulant taking a glass'of wine or other them. And, as you would want to Stephens, father of J. D. Stephens, of terday afternoon that may do him this if we :have to take turns at
our own live stock. With the finest when he thought he neededit. make a complete job of it, wouldsee :
I you Woodland, Cal., journeyed across the good, says "the Centralia Sentinel.A spanking Take eyes off tt
you. your
advantages in America for raising When he returned from the fiftieth that these repairs are made. Maybe continent in I I number of :
a prairie schooner. I: automobiles from Salem the moon, daughter and look at the
foodstuffs, we buy our butter from anniversary of the battle of the house has needed a new coat of took just 100 days for the oxen tc I had been to Vernon and were coming dust around joil.

Wisconsin, our flour from Milwaukeeand Gettysburg in July, 1913, he stoppedoff paint fQr a long time. Perhaps new haul the slowly moving wagon. Recently back by way of Centralia. When near J

our beef from Chicago and Kan- in New York City and visited the curtains are needed at the,no _frnnt._n._ win...... this old gentlemen had the i, Cravat, they came up behind a buirv... An Active Liver Means Health.If 1

sas City.- Our 1000000.000. cotton late General Daniel E. Sickles. dowse And the inside of the house is pleasure of going over the same route The road was narrow- and the ma- you want good health a clear ,

t crop money is largely spent for these quite as important as the outsideismore in an automobile driven by his son chines could not get by unless the complexion and freedom from Dizziness

: : and similar things before the first IT'S YOU. important, for it is on the inside Just fourteen days elapsed from the gave part of the road, which the Constipation, Biliousness, Head

: bale has reached the .market. you live and where \isitors get time that the engine started in Wood driver refused to do. When they came aches and Indigestion, take Dr. King'sNew ;

::: And now that this lesson of the If you want to live in the kind of a through, if you will really look about land until the machine was brough to a place they could get by the man Life Pills. They drive out fermenting -

". curse of cotton when it becomes a town you, there will be several things that to a stop at the doorstep of the old in the buggy would rurr his horse to and undigested foods, clear
slave driver, with the producers as Like the kind of a town you like, can be made to look vastly better homestead in Bunceton. beat them to another place. lIe kept the Blood and cure Constipation. Only

ti the slaves, has come to the South with You needn't slip your clothes in a grip with the aid of a few boards or nailsor this up for some time till a place 25c, at your dluggist.

such force, let us all rejoice that the And start on a long, long hike.You'U a little varnish or a small expendi- Read the Teegraph-$1.50 'a year came where he could not head the '

-.- profit in the lesson will be worth far find what you left behind, ture of money. Collectively the effect cars off. One ran by him and then SOME TWILIGHT SLEEPERS. }

more than the cost. How trifling will For there's nothing that's reallynew. on this town will be great. Thereis BLOW ME! the driver proceeded to block the bug- The "Twilight Sleep" idea is a

the loss of a few hundred millions no economy in letting things run gy, until another car got alongside. Teautiful one. Anything that tends

: r. seem, when contrasted with the certainty It's a knock at yourself when you down and putting repairs off. A On the battle field I sit A couple of fellows hopped out, io: reduce pain and suffering is to b*

,::: that it will result in an annual. knock your town. house that needs repairs is going Bloomin' ready for to quit caught the horse and made the fellow velcomed. But twilight sleep is _
: ;: saving to the South for all time It isn't your town-it's down hill and I, of the
to house
in this
': ; a that is going I've been chasing and been chased for the buggy get out and get into the lothing new in part
come of far more than that through Real towns are not made by men down hill is losing value-value both forty days; car. The horse was tied to the fence country. We know of some towns

i forcing us to raise our own foodstuffs, afraid in money and comfort. Let's make First some Fritz me 'round and the driver of the buggy brought that are in a chronic state of twilight I
I pursues
: to diversify our to economize Lest somebody else gets ahead. this a better looking town slumber will "come
: crops When ; and let's Then I run 'im off the ground along to within a mile of Centralia, and they never

where we .had been growing extravagant shirks everyone works and nobody begin, like charity, at home. 'Til both me and 'im is in a bleedin I' when he was set out and told to hoof :*.>."" Some of our own.citizens. m.1.n-..

and wasteful, and to break the daze. it back and the last seen of him he tioning no names, go about irora twj
chain with which cotton as king had You can raise a town from the dead. DRINK DRINK was hoofing it lively and saying to day in never-ending twilight slum
enslaved us. And if while you make your personal list of delinquent
things that would not look ber. And look over our
stake Tramp, tramp, tramp the boys are right in
The Southern farmer now has a marchin' print. He was fully four miles from subscribers makes us rise to
chance to be a freeman, the South has Your neighbor can make one, too, where his buggy left. inquire what the doctors use to bring
I Buck up comrades, all is well. was
the chance to think in other terms Your town will be what you want to -- their twilight sleepers out ff the
But if anxious to find out
:: than cotton, the chance to worship see. Wot the bloomin' row's Malaria Chills trance? Send us the formula, for
It isn't about, or & Fever
another god than cotton and so out cf your town-it's YOU. DRINK DRINK I'll be bleedin', blinkin', blowed if I there are a few subjects on that list !V't.

the present depression will come a tell! Prescription No.666 it prepared especially whom we like to awaken. Did we .
blessing of unspeakable value to the Only One "BROMO QUININE" Caret OH Sam, Other Reneges fin'i Care can for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. call them twilight sleepers? Suffering ,
whole South. Let us cease to look To gel the gennine.call for full name. LAXA The worst cases no matter of how long standing -E. F: McIntyre. Five or six doses will break any case and ; blackest, midnight \ ,
TIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of are cured by the ,.on3eriul old reliable Dr. if taken then as a tonic the Fever will i cats! The deepest,
I upon the present situation as an evil; H.w.GROVE. Cures a CoU in One Day. Stops Porter's Antiseptic healing OiL It reline return. It acts on the liver cot could not begin to equal the
cough and headache, better than
and wort- oft cold. 25c. Pain and Ueals at tie"iI'"IC UP.., Sc.We$LOO. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. Calomel and does not their slumbers.
I gripe or sckea. 25e darkness and depth of


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,== .', pany, prevented the desperadoes from months purchasing lands covering I r. =i=======-======

t taking between $30,000 and $40,000of hundreds of thousands of acres in

\i : : LIVE STATE NEWS funds said to have been in the I I the counties of DeSoto and Osceloa Bradford
the time. McNamee County
i building upon already stocked with thousands of
I answering a call to the door, found head of cattle. The western cattlemen
,' I that he was confronted by two masked have found the place and they

Things That Are Happening All Over Florida I' men, each of whom leveled a pistol appreciate its advantages and capa- Abstract ,Company

in the expressman's face. McNa bilities. That they will achieve success -

As Told.By Our Exchanges mee also had a revolver, and without goes without question. And this A complete record Bradford County lands

preliminary ceremonies the trio opened success means the establishment of Land Tide Real Estate. Inveatmen.

,: i' fire. McNamee emptied his pistolat other enterprises; among them the s

Following the bar examination beta'the I A self-styled Jewish rabbi, calling the desperadoes and they fired locating at Tampa of large stock- ;I.1

't supreme court at Tallahas- himself Brother Simon, claiming to i I many shots at him, but neither of yards, slaughter houses and packing I

ses last' week, sixteen applicants represent colonization schemes for the three was hit. Hearing the approach houses. But therein is matter for an- PROTECTION FOR HIS VEST- I (

-used the examination and wen 'I Jewish people, made his appearanceat of other employees of the express bther article.-Tampa Times. ED INTERESTS.A.man r

"meted certificates to practice law in the Baptist .church last Sunday company ,who had been attracted MEN !

the state of Florida.A morning. Usurping the pulpit he by the shots, the would-be robbers Read the Teleraph-I.50 a year in one of the states which .
i t preached a sermon for the promotionof I made a hasty get-away. From voted on the question of state- .Doan trait untilUbrnniim' dfa- a t.ago

:} 'Vet" and "dry" election will bejjld his interests. Through the knowl- what McNamee could observe duringthe That the ,movement to bring Bel- wide prohibition last week was poriant orran. TboM Im"J> ",_- i

\ } in Hillsborough county before edge from the Methodist minister, exciting experience, the maskedmen gian farmers to the untilled acres of trying to convince another that 'because been di wicked vI mea..ha"the. i'. ,J, e

i:'tta first of the year, if the efforts'of Rev. Robert Williams, who knew of were white.-Gainesville Sun.J. the South is becoming a popular of the vested interests involvedthe f'OC'k.. anti-saloon lea.gue R
the newly organized his fake proceedings on the west movement in Jacksonville is shown in people had no right to close the "
are successful Petitions are be- coast of the Baptist deacons then W. Keen chairman of the boardof 606"
r ..6A one the large number of interrogationsalong breweries. His friend answered thus: '
ing circulated by the thousands and publicly exposed the rabbi, to the surprise county commissioners 'Nassau this line which have been madeat "I have three boys. By the time I -" Aluolnt. rarrt la aD t'' i a

it 'a expected that the required number of the the congregation and the county, met with the Charlton countyGa. the Jacksonville board of trade. graduate them from college they will enable cMr of rontrrfrtrd due.es. H p
treat WeBluMM of, Men, f'arlro- ," ; teel.
of signatures, about 1,500, will be consternation of the speaker. Anyone board of commissionersin Ie, Blood I,
( ) county The movement appears to have been have cost me about $10,000 apiece. i-Ic DISEASES Poison., 1" Fil and all PELBlPTl'BE- :, ;:
assured wishing to verify his guilt may Folkston, Ga., on Monday, relativeto started by a commercial organizationin Every interest of the brewery and wlthont the knife, lud1n- "' 1

A majority of the bonds voted on consult the court records of.DeSoto the bridge to be erected across the Quitman, Ga: A communicationfrom everything that the brewery stands without I.1 tfve. cutting 606 dlmtly er detentioa iota the blood from ..', t

'in Ocala were defeated by a close county-which prove he was arrestedfor St. Marys river, the cost of the bridgeto that point reached here and the for is diametrically opposed to and bu?loan lnt8.. a a. m. 'to .* n. ra. ."r. r.

vote. The bonds calling for public swindling the churches and pub- : be borne equally by Nassau and matter placed before the Jacksonville threatens the investment that I have Correspondence: iOlilded. ...:, .

buildings, street paving and extensionof lic of that place. (Signed) G. A. Charlton counties. It is thought that board of trade. In one case a citizen mad in my boys No doubt the Dr. Geo. L. Dickerson b; if!I

SPARKS/-Palm Beach Post. the bridge will cost about $5.000. Mr. brewer has than 111 .
water plant were defeated. The here who is now constructing a model more $30,000 invested WEST FORSYTn STREET '
for Keen stated to the Leader editor on home and in his plant, but I am going to (Near Heard ,Bank Bldg.) .i ':
bonds for sewerage: calling an Despite the big war cutting down, country developing a JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. I .f
expenditure of $100,000, won by thir-I as it has, the phosphate export busi- Tuesday that arrangements and plans good sized farm in connection is anx- i safeguard my own interests' first. 'I :
election will were made which were satisfactory to shall vote dry within ten minutes ''llt f'
ty-five votes. Another ; ness of this port to about onethirdof ious to secure a Belgian and his fam- t i
e be held for bonds to enlarge the elec- its volume, there are more vesselsin him and the commissioners of Charl- ily for work here. In another case a after the polls open if I can get my '

tric light plant. port awaiting cargo or taking on ton county ,and that the bridge will resident of this city stated that he ballot by that time." H. C. RICHARD '
undoubtedly be built. Mr. Keen was
has about 2,000 acres of farm land
The Brevard County Horticultural cargo than in any ore day for many appointed at the last meeting of the OFFICIAL RESPONSIBILITY.
which he would like to cut into
months. Twelve big steamers and
and Agricultural'Fair Associationwas board of county commissioners as a General Insurance
twenty-five farms and give to ;
four big schooners make the fleet acre }
organized at Eau Gallic Mo-.diy, tied wharves. up The phos- committee to meet with the Georgia Belgian families free from rent for a Some platitudes are worth repeat-
at Tampa
October 26. A large amount of stock people and arrange for the bridge. As ing in while 11
once remind
business is picking With period of two years. Besides, he a just as f
association has been taken by phate up. I
in practically all the travel in the county -
:red Britain mistress of the sea and states, he would afford the newcomersall ers. Here's one: I represent none bat:FERST-CLAS3 1
Gallic and commit-
of .Eau i
citizens is from the river to Hilliard, Cal-
hsr: merchantmen moving with but the timber needed for the con- Good health, besides being a good and will be
tees have been appointed to further hhan and Jacksonville, the bridge companies constantly on the 1
struction of buildings. The general l
perfect the organization and arrangefor little hindrance from the German will be a convenience to people living breaking down of the rental systemof deal of a blessing, is about the biggest alert to promote your 1 teresta. Guarantee :
fleet British steamers are
an exhibit next season. making, their appearance tramp here in increasing -f on both sides of the river.-Callahan the big cotton plantations of Geor- money asset than an individualor courteous treatme, jit to all patroni. I

The recent cool spell is doing muchto numbers. The greater number Leader. gia during the past several years is a community can have. It's worth A well written policyby: a first-data "t.. .i

color citrus fruit, according to Rolland of them are taking out cargoes of John Ashley, alleged murderer of said to have given'the matter of Eu- real money. It makes the individual agent in a firs :class ;.company sometimes .

E. Stevens of the firm of Munroe phosphate 'rock for European ports Desota Tiger, Seminole Indian, will ropean immigration an added impe- possessor of it a plus quantity-if he means much in Die of loss by fin 'r'{ .i iB.

A Stevens, the heaviest growers that and for ports in Japan. It is believed be tried again at the term of circuit tus in that section. In many cases will let it. The lack of it makes hima :;

in another week the fruit will be fairly that there will be a gradual revival court now in session at West Palm there is a distinct loss to the land- minus C. RICHARD Stare Ha. ,i J

1 well colored, except the late vari of the phosphate trade from now Beach, and T. E. Brents, special officer lord two out of three years and it is a non-producer, an expenseto t t.

'ties. His firm will not ship any quantity on and the mines are taking on more I 'in the Indian service, who has believed that some change will haveto the earner. And what applies to 1. ,' 'ir.

however, until about the middleof men than for months past. I been: working on the case for some be made from the rental system as the indivdual is true on a wider scaleto I. ;

December.: The crop in this local- time with L. A. Spencer, indian com- employed in most of the cotton grow- the neighborhood, the city, the CASS.EiLL'S: f.
ity this year will not exceed half the "The shipment of green fruit. de- o missioner for Florida, believes he has ing belt. It is pointed out that the state. ..1't, t

usual bearing.-Daytona News. clared A. B. Johnson, local managerof I''secured additional evidence. Ashley lands gradually deteriorate in pro- Famous Indian, Remedy ; :' r
the Orange county branch of the The individual can so regulate his tf
ductiveness and for this reason thereis FOR INDIGESTION ; :
was tried at the last term of court,
Florida farmers produced 61,000 Florida Citrus Exchange, at Orlando, I no argument in the system which living as to conserve his own health. .

tons of tame or cultivated hay during "has already drugged the market and but the jury disagreed. The Indian fall. has been employed since the Civil He can not regulate t hat of his GUARANTEED TO CURE ,

'1914, according to the preliminary estimates reduced the price of grapefruit to the I was killed three years ago this war. The Quitman promoters of the 75 CENTS AND $1
In the first trial, Ashley set the neighbors. So complicated are the
made by the United States I
lowest level. Up to October 27th I
i idea started out to
Department of Agriculture. The yield claim of-self defense, testifying that Belgian farmer relations of all the members of the Manufactured by t& T. A. Cas- t- !
1,225 cars, mostly grapefruit, had while down the canal with the 'get homes for twenty families, but sefl's Medicine 0;,. Arcadia Fla. :
rowing ,
last year was 03,000 tons. The pro- been rushed to Northern cities, glut- I i it is said now quarters for six hun- community that they must delegatethe -; ,
duct is selling for an average of $18.70 I Indian in the latter's boat a slight management of their af For Sale b3!
ting the markets with a quarter million dred have been placed on the roster.It common i
ton, compared with $17.00 noise caused him to turn around in fairs'to chosen representatives. Such J. C. i
per perton boxes and bringing a decline of is believed that this shows conclu- CARTERSTARKE
in 1913. The yield acre this I time to see the Indian pointing a gun representatives constitute boasted
per cents the box and our -
fifty on as a result sively the fact that the old tenant FLORIDA
season is 1.35 tons and the quantityis grapefruit is now down to $1 a I at him. Ashley having first refused rental system in connection with cot- democratic form of government.Of ;
five per cent better than the aver- to give the Indian a drink of whiskey. all the responsibilities of
box delivered, and hard to sell at ton farming is coming to a close. In gov- :
age crop for the past ten years.A that a deplorable condition which I'He said that he shot in self defense.He connection with the securing of Bel- ernment, none is more important than ; '1

was brought about by the shipmentof also claimed to have paid the In- believed the conservation of the public health, ++++-H+I#### fi FFf#f+of+
free wagon bridge to span Mana- I gian refugees it is, however,
for hides which he later
the and of such t f.
creating '
preservation 1
green fruit. Of course some of the financial assis-
tee river and connect Bradentown and that in many cases
Miami and sold. Soon after -
brought to conditions that health will + CHURCHES. f
Palmetto is a hope and promise of fruit was practically ripe, having took! to the tance will hava to be guaranteed, either sanitary 'f
the crime Ashley
be such will invite + +
possible not -
been raised on the shell hammocksof as ----
the near future. Questions in regardto I in the nature of passage money or I
there until last April
woods and hid disease It is important i" BAPTIST-Rev. W. A. Ferf I
and most
which municipality is to constitutethe the East Coast, or far down in as a means of maintenance forthe i epidemic. -
o suburb in the prospective combi- Dade or Lee counties, where the trees I t when the officers succeeded in capturing first year of their residence in this because health is the basic + relL Sunday schcjri, 9:45 A. 'P

nation have been forgotten and the had blossomed earlier and where the him country.: It is planned to use every condition of prosperity, a prime ne- + M. Morning :service, 11:00; f "

aggressive boards of trade of the two fruit matures earlier than it does on I We find this in the Fort Meads effort possible to select only farmers I cessity that makes community living + evening service=, 7CO.: Visitors f !

towns are to work together in har-' the high lands of other counties in I, Leader, which is good enough to and to aid them in every way possible possible. + cordially invited *to worship t.. I,

mony to bring about the consummation the citrus belt.-Lakeland Telegram. travel as showing the utility of the in the course of this movement.TimesUnion. .- Men are selected for certain positions -' with us. !'r; i
of and dream which'has I I of responsibility because theyare + !
a hope Florida alligator as a member of the I
to the ball
Offering start roiling
been cherished by older residents' of for Belgian colonization of South I municipal board of administration: ,supposed 16 have peculiar! wisdom + CHRISTIANI- Rev. Urnesi! .

the two communities for and fitness, but hOW many men who + House, pastor. Services # 4
many years. Florida with five thousand acres of : "Fort Meade is perhaps the only city Read the Telegraph-$1.50 'a year. on

-Bradentown Journal. ':r.d on which no payment or interestis in the world which has an alligatoron are charged with the: administrationof + morning and evening of each' *
its roll. But Capt. King has public funds realize the relative + second and fouth Sunday of *
The first camphor gum ever refined to be made for five years, and to pay OF INTEREST TO BANKERS.
discovered a useful work for old importance of different public works + the month. f'Ii. :
in Florida was sold in Orlando. The provide 1,000 Belgians with employ- very
I that are financed from such funds? t +
gum came from the United States ag ment when not engaged in cultivatingtheir 'Nick' in the scavenger department I The state bank commissioner of .
I 'Nick' belongs i Men whose judgment in business + EPISCOPAL Rev. W. H. f
of the Da
ricultural experiment station at the own land, James A. Moore, developer city's sewer system. Maine, under date of March 30, 1914,
I small here who hires matters is beyond question, usuuallyare + Moulin, priest in charge Sunf
to boy
fair grounds and was refined by Dr. and booster of Seattle, Wash- a says: "The assets of the trust com-
asks Miami him to Capt. King, our superinten- incompetent to pass upon health I + day school, 9:30 A. M. Morning +
Samuel Hood, the agricultural expertin ington, : people to get busy panies, savings banks and buildingand
charge. There was ten pounds of and take advantage of the opportunities I I dent of public works, when there is loan asociations are $172,710,06237. ,- matters, because they know mighty !. prayer and sermon, 11:00 +

the refined product and the McElroy of the moment. He also offers to i I need for a line to be passed through To this must be added about little about them. They regard the + o'clock. Evening prayer and + '
I i the expert sanitarian as more or less + sermon 7:00 o'clock. Choir ref
the'case ,
drug store was the purchaser. Dr. give ten acres to each of the first fifty the sewer as is sometimes $72,000,000 which is in the national
I of a "crank" until epidemic as a result + hersal, Saturday P. M. +
when sand accumulates or an obstruction f:30
! McElroy declares it is apparently a families to establish themselves on banks of the state, making a grand
I I of their own ignorance over- t f
much better quality than the ordinary his land, and to provde temporary lodges. After 'Nick' has travel- total of $244,000,000. The total number ,
I s I whelms them. Then they surrenderto + METHODIST Sev. B. T. f
'commercial camphor gum being much shelter for 1,000 if that many can be ed from one manhole to another with J of depositors in the savings bank, -
I I the line securely fastened to his body, the "crank" and follow his beadlike + Rape, pastor. Sunday school +
clearer and cleaner. Dr. Hood will secured. He suggests the raising ofa trust companies and building and loan
I flock of sheep. They + at 9:45 A. M. serP
preserve check received in paymentfor fund of $50,000 in Miami to loan which he usually does in a very flew associations is 383,280." The an- a Morning
minutes he is hauled and the line fail to recognize the modern sanitarian + vice, 11:00 o'dock; evening +
the gum and have it framed as a the Belgians for their transportation.Mr. up nual gain in the savings bank deposits -
attached to the drag which does the as an expert engineer in health + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior f
reminder of the first lot of a valuable Moore last year bought 112,000 of prohibition Maine during the
I I matters, quite as practical in his estimates + Epworth League Sunday 4:00 f
rest. We hope to show in ,
our new
ever refined in the state.-Orlando acres on the south shore of Lake past ten years has been about $6,500-
Sentinel. Okeechobee, bordering the lake for I booklet a picture of 'Nick,' the captain 000. of causes and effect and + P M Senior Epworth League, +

Jacksonville.-General I; thirty miles. He also made: numer- I I. the windlass, and negro assis- casts as the business man is in his Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors f

freight traffic ous purchases of bay front property. I tant, caught in the act. The sanitary own lines. + cordially invited to. attend. 0f
in Florida and elsewhere has in- The up-to-date sanitarian believesand + i
-Miami Metropolis. department of Paris, we are told, usesa
creased to nearly its normal status, mechanical crawler to pull a line CURIOUS BITS acts in his belief that preventionof + PRESBYTERIAN-rNo: regu- 'P

according to H. C. Avery. When war Lakeland.-The next annual reun- through its sewers when there is need OF HISTORYCABEZA disease is much cheaper than its + lar pastor. Sunday school at 4

was first declared three months ago, ion of the Florida Division of the of dragging same, but it took a Flor- .cure. He creates such community + 10:00 A. M. f

there was a decided slump in the United Confederate Veterans will be ida cracker to think of a plan of us- conditions as will ward off disease, + f

freight business that was felt by both held in Palatka, that place having ing native talent. It cheaper to DE VACA'S LIFE. EVENTFUL and too often the man trained to business i- **+*+ !I"HHHI" ++1111 ++4'++

railroad and steamship lines. Slowly been chosen over others eager to en- catch alligators than it is to manu- alone regards these precautions L

by degrees the local freight began to tertain the vets. John A .Rosebor- facture heavy crawlers, equipped with By A. W. MACV. as unnecessary, perhaps as a waste oS miiiiiiiiiii nun I mini'

. move, but the foreign shipping was ough, of Gainesville, was elected self-motoring machinery." Cabeza de Vaca, a Spaniard public money.A I

4! :',dead' as no goods could be receivedfor commander of the Florida Divisionover -- cf the sixteenth century, had recent instance in the making up HULL'S PRICES.The i

foreign consignees. Since Great H. H. Duncan, of Tavares, by a The increase la*the number of inquiries enough excitement crowded into of the budget of one of Florida'slargest following prices will prove attractive -

Britain's announcement to this country vote of 51 to 23. The name of A. D. that are being made in all his seventy years of life to sat. cities illustrates the point. if compared with others:

that she would not consider cotton Williams, of Jacksonville, was placedin parts of the South, and especially in isfy a dozen ordinary men. In The city council cut down by several: White Corn __. i $1.95
----- ----- ---
,' M a contraband of war, providing it nomination, but :Mr. Williams refused Florida for tracts of land for the pur- 1523, while quite a young man, thousand dollars the appropriationasked Wheat Bran _,._ 1.60

:..was shipped in neutral vessels, there to allow his name to be used. pose of grazing cattle is an encour- he went with an exploring partyto for the administration of the
ks Wheat Shorts ________________ 1.75
been a decided jump in cotton indication that the cattle Florida. The expedition was
Following announcement of the vote aging men health department. The result in the
shipwrecked, and he and three :Molasses (Sweet Feed), 2.00
I" shipping. t Mr. Duncan asked the veterans of the West are, beginning to turn coming will mean the curtailingof
pres- companions were all that escaped year Victor Feed _1_______ 2.10
: The Punta Gorda Herald sets up a ent to make the nomination of Mr. their eyes in this direction, recognizing death. They lived among the operations of the departmentto White Clipped Ooats -------- 2.10

:,, complaint that the war has reduced Goldsborough unanimous and amid that the South presents featuresin the Indians for some years, and the extent of sacrificing many lives Grists, per sack _,_JLi! ________ 2.25

tne: price of mullet and put the fishing the greatest enthusiasm his wish was many respects superio rt othose of Cabeza became a "medicine! among the new born infants of that Yellow Onions, per peck 35

,, industry down there on the bum. carried out. While listening to music other sections for the successful pur- man." In 1536 they reached the city.There Jap Rice _-___._ .05

It explains that they are shipped out furnished by the Lakeland Military suit of their business. These inquiries Spanish settlements In northern: : is need of education to rem- Cracked Rice '_.___'. ____.,._., .05 1

of there in car load lots of 25,000 Band, S. T .McGregor fell dead yesterday '- are not for small tracts, for these Mexico, and next y/ar 1 re returned edy such conditions, for they exist in Green Coffee --------J-------- 15

Pounds to central points from which afternoon, having been a vic- would be of little service. Tracts of to Spain. In 1543: he was other Florida cities. It seems that Best White Bacon _\_______-.16&

they are distributed over the South- tim of heart trouble. Mr. McGregorhad from 1,000 to 100,000 acres are de zpointed: : governor later he of Paraguay.Four :Impeached this education should begin with the All purchases that are not entirely 1 "i
only a few manded. Such areas as are suitableto years was voter to teach him to demand from
era states. The cotton slump "cut minutes before his for arbitrary -.:ilOr:3: as satisfactory may be adjusted to your
down death occurred the business are hard to find in his representatives wisdom to administer -
the expressed himself entire satisfaction returning the
demand, the fish market as governor, and thrown Into prison. by
Went to pieces and therefore they feeling in excellent health. He had any other state of the South than Then he was sent back to rightly the matters that concern goods to us. Thanking! you for past ''

have all got it in for the Kaiser down been a sufferer from heart trouble Florida, for the greater density of Spain, tried, convicted, and ban. him most intimately. The most ineffi- patronage, and trusting that we may

there. Since the ports have been for a number of years. their settlement precludes them. But Ished to Africa. He was subsequently cient public official usually is the one continue to serve yon, we are, ,

thrown open for cotton we are hopeful By in Florida, especially in these south recalled, pensioned! and who begins his announcement with Rours for service,
that the mullet market will fighting a pistol duel with two ern counties, many such tracts admir- made a judge of the Supreme the formula: "At the earnest request HULL'S DEPARTMENT STORE. s

open masked men at 11:05 o'clock Thurs- ably adapted to stock raising and for Court of Seville. and solicitation of hundreds of my
P and business .
at Punta Gorda will day night, R. E. #.1F+#11111111 I 1 + + +
'Let. back to McNamee, night grazing have been found-for there friends I have at last consented to
Bradentown Journal normal conditions.- money clerk in the Jacksonville office have been several instances of wes- allow the use of my name, etc, etc." Get our prices for pnntmg and we

of the Southern Express Com- tern parties within the last few Telegraph $1.50 per year. lIe isn't the right kind. will get your orders.



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Friday {November : '


c (By Major F. W. Barber). The "
writer of the .
Local aad Ia following letter J. Harris '
:; = DisUac Phase director of the census 'I .

No'._ 40 When the horrors of the Europeanwar to the Florida Metropolis believes department of, commerce, an- .

commenced: to percolate throughthe that charity should begin at home I I ounces the preliminary report of FLORIDA STAll 1 .
i Published American-brain a mighty protest and remain at home as long as it is cotton ginned by counties in Florida'
weekly aid entered
t as went up from one end of this countryto needed there;and asks why should we for the crops of 1914 and 1913. The
class Batter at the post.el>;ee go to Europe for I i"
o the other. we report
st Starke was made public for the state
,, Florida. here. His argument is logical and .y
Soldiers were denounced as murderers at 10 a.m" on Monday, October 26. f
barbarians interesting. He says: The amounts In Mexico it seems to be a case of skirt
as as.unfit to encumber for the different fteveals --
coun a ;
.. S. Matthews. Editor and Owner Editor Florida Metropolis: survival of the lightest-Tampa Trib cracked.
the earth. Insistent; and vehement 1 ties for the crops of 1914 and 1913 alway felt that
F. E. Bobbin __ Associate Editor No doubt the scheme une. oftJi.
-' demands were made for disarmament to bring Bsli are furnished for publication in' the of Jacksonville
and BnsbuM Manager and international gians to Florida and establish themon 1 local lot I .were a rather'
# peace. papers. (Quantities are in bat never
E running before
.! ,Ministers thundered from the pulpit farms is a grand good one, fir the i bales, counting round as half Vaccinating the modem girl where that their brains did .e

Friday, November 13, 1914 orators howled from the stump, Belgians, and is, no doubt prompted 1 1 bales. Linters not included). it won't show is getting to be quitea nether,limbs. -Palatka were fond I;

r -- excitable,citizens disclaimed in the by a generous spirit. But it seems I County Crop problem.-Tavares Herald. If half the concert des;,j,.
to me that charity should I of action i
public streets, and even the begin at half of
Like M'Luke much John great cotton that is
as Women
says home. There are-many men of families "" are not such a mystery hemg'foolishl1tsa %
of the as
Lind does not newspapers country led the I 1 1914 I 1913 were
say. were
fti '
: they
: van in the march of Bedlam. It was in this state and country who before the slit skirt became effort: 4 get it to concentrated '

The Republican party shows signsof the popular cry of the hour. have the desire to answer the call of A1achua ----.____.. ,972 3,750 fashionable.-orlando Sentinel would .be worth Germany ,

i : refusing to stay put. If perchance some isolated maverick "Back to the Land," but cannot get Baker --.__________ 270 306 Times-Union. How something! e

r' with an over-abundance of nerve enough ahead to purchase the land, Bradford ---=-_______ 1,859 1,606 A'club-foot is a misfortune, a hair. have tie aeroplanes would it.
Stuff your turkey on Thanksgiving,, tools seeds lip is start "
and fertilizer a calamity but
whiskers '
timidly that necessary, Columbia are. aman's
suggested the countrywas ----______ 1,870 1,588 bale movement?- -
but don't Memphij
; stuff stomach.
.-- your. in need of better measures of then live through the first sea- Hamilton ----________ 2,139 1,573 own faultOrlando Sentinel vial Appeal

?' The only business advertising will protection, that relic of. barbarismwas son. If the label, "Made in America," Holmes ---_____.____ 2,880' 2,753 -

r.. not help is an unlawful business. forthwith cast from the fold of: does not disqualify me, I would like Jackson -----------__ 14,276 12,73 7 The way they are killing British The :\retropo1is is

t-' .. the righteous as a thing unclean. to make application for some land under 'Jefferson -________._ 3,802'' 2,676 lords leads a paragrapher to remark about the'formation of glad to--
: Eighty-four cent of the the same conditions that it is that the war make rirlt'
per me The nation was mad-quite mad- Lafayette : 321 may King George associations in
who fail in busness are men who d<0 literally insane the proposed to grant to the Belgians. Leon ----------- 1 290 a peerless., leader.-T, impa Tribune. a number of 3t
: on subject of --__________ .2,499 1,789 schools.j, Girls need .
cot advertise. There is land athelUej"as
plenty of
. : peace. And not entirely without in Florida that : Madison -______.____- 3,619 1,909 much 'as the boys !!
, j is "man hungry," and plenty of Columbia State thinks sometianur ,
j The guarantees of treaties like cause. men Suwannee ____.______ 2,616 1,885 o more than'boys as the
,. other guarantees, are n t'worth a But the first shock and nausea has be are hungry, and they can I Washington ____.___ 1,380 1,17i : "come candidate for Governor, will dally supplied with out door ,

. \ tinker's daai.Pensioners passed away, and, as is customary mof' gotten together by the application All Others .________- 1,810. 1,922 right up to the scratch. ments tat require physical __
"credit"rather than Tampa Tribune. ci
: iQ.
this country, the people have pausedfor "charity. -Miami. Mearopolis. .

, die sometimes. One died a second and more sober thought Most of the land available is without Total I ___ ,:_
------ 135,956 -
in New York the other day, but hi e The sanity of the nation is returning buildings of any kind, and that means There may lie nothing in a name, We owe a

I was 113 years old. People are beginning to realize the more capital or credit. The state press is having its annual but Christian county, Kentucky, recently Chris Columbus'great than deal more.fioyp

4' .. peril that confronts us as a country Let the State of Florida or some of spasm about the "unprecedented in- voted "wet," while Bourbon j admit. If hi hadn't many.of m.31 '

I A bald-headed man would rathe: practically without. the power of r its philanthropic land owners arrangeto flux" of people from other states county went "dry."-Ocala Banner. I ict we might have discovered"Ame I

bea bald-headed man than be a worn sistance. place men with ambition., but small. Keep your shirts on gentiemen. The MnnH.s ined been back,then'l
EuroDe' _
,I' an with a crown of glory. The public is becoming means, on small farms, and the vacant -I regular outflow will take place next Cojumbia State paragrapher must -C- -bw..C'fHw! b 11II1-
eye opened
I savage, j jastjsad of
-- lands of the state will be .as usual The have been overlooked here m
U yuu can'h get a turkey for to the fact that the American continent madeto spring railroads and in a will He Florida amid 11:1-

Thanksgiving dinner, a fat pig your will offers many tempting inducements produce. In view of their advice, t steamship lines run in two directions. says it's surprising how close a dis-.I jny surround.d and protected peace_and pW& .

make an acceptable substitute. to an army of invasion from perhaps The Florida Metropolis can t tant relative can be.-Tampa Trib i wholesocrt influence fcy

o foreign countries. The people are be strong: to advance some "poultryseed. A friend of ours wants to know une. ilization and of Christian &

What has become of the old-fash- coming reconciled to the fact that unless ." But why go to Europe for I, what has become of the old-fashioned I ment-Arcadia: a God-fearing gore*.

ioned saloon where they furnished a we place our 'country in a state something that we have plenty of at novel with the old-fashioned villainand Love may be blind, but one of those I Enterprise. ;

j square neal with a glass of beer? of adequate national defense we are home? the old-fashioned literary style. sweet young things can always see Sixty kent of

It will S in grave danger of feeling the iron I Sincerely yours, We refer him to the Chicago Ledgerand about ten times as much in her sweetheart cidents per the United the industrial*
pay our farmers to make mJ States
heel of the would-be-conqueror, of B. J. FENTON.Box advise him to read "The Count's as there really is.-.Orlando to liquors chajtf

more sugar and less syrup this year. sharing in a measure the fate of the 613, Fernandina ,Fla. Revenge; or, An Eye for an Eye." Sentinel. the report of the chief a-
Sugar is at'a spector oi the
premium at present. Pennsylvania1dep ..
--o--.. unhappy Belgians. An old veteran at the state ment of !*ar. That's the kind
encampment of au
German villains that get what is Peace loving Americans have been "DON'T DO IT, GIRLS. : fell dead while listening to the Give any man worth his salt twenty gument a&fcinst the liquor, traffic

coming to them are the most popular: staggered, at the millions of troops Lakeland military band. That Lake acres of Florida land well located and I gives Bro. John Trice that tired,tim! t

now on the movie screens in England; being placed in the field by the warring : The Miami Metropolis reprints 'a land band must be i what pleasure is there he could not ing and ditgusts him with fd
f worse even than "than
S I nations of little story from a New England command that would be pri
\ Europe, of the terrible paper I the Sanford band which good for hibition cfanks" for
The time is near at hand when the engines of destruction at which which carries'one of the strongest people him?Times-Union. '- injecting foci
I want to fight but foreign ratter into
flies will so far has not the issuer-Ufa
cease from morals
troubling and possible to i ,
I the world stands appalled. convey by such -
deaths. Telegtam.
the bald-headed man will be at rest In the United States we have but a means. Without other comment than any Edison says the man of the future r f ,.

Luke M'Luke says II in Bible times handful of troops, and at best we this introduction, the Tribune reprints i The compositor and linotype operator will eat less. We have been thinking Since Flint City

. men worshipped a goldea calf, but have the arms and equipment for a it, that it may be heeded where it is i are blamed for their own mistakes : that fox.'some time. In fact, the man Courier informs its readers went thai dry &:

nowadays they worship a silken calf. maximum army of not to exceed 500- needed: and for the mistakes of the edi of the present is eating less. He has all of the business'men of the a nearly ton> -
(000 A young lady, her cheeks flushed tor and to.-ocala Star.
t men. Our coast defenses are lamentably proofreader, but they seldom have had an immense Incrpaso W
; n
: A Berlin paper says idiotorially weak, and our navy is'so ash indignation and her eyes flash- receive credit for the mistakes they iness, and .this right -in--the----- "-

that it is the duty .of Germany to small we would be powerless to prevent in:? fire, burst in upon her parents discover in copy and proofs and correct In the ages to come the scientistswill war times. Especially face d

force the German language upon the the landing of the vast hosts of and demanded, in no uncertain tones, be digging up the skeletons of thebullmoos'j the increased trade with noticeable g

world. !an invader. The demons I that papa immediately go and lick a --. in the meat oaf-
of the air swamps Louisiana kets,
I I groceries
. certain ''smart" The use of the mails has been de- : and dry goods store,
in and
(could hover the young man that puzzlnig their brains
over and to decide
country blow
I ......---A."JtwayTurkish: names are more town. nie dto copies of "The Nude," a prize what Verily whiney is.a curse, to any ton
i us into eternity for manner of animal it
euphonious we have no was'Tampa and its elimination
-" and easied to pronounce means: of checking them. "Why papa, he flirted with me; he painting. The exclusive right to sell Times. Meade a blessings-Fort
than Austrian, German and Russiannames. that picture will be worth millions. Leadf. .
i These disagreeable facts asked me 'which way, little one?' and -

-. II I forcibly home to the people are ,coming now- offered to follow me. I want- him I I I All minded the morbidly curious and prurient Why knock when you can cay some- A Missoan editor has gained two-
I ly in the
The Metropolis has been talking that they are taking time to calmly whipped. Oh, if I were only a man." will people United" Stars thing good about anything-even a ty-seven new subscribers to his week.

lately about Jacksonville's fine beach.'consider I conditions as they exist. Mamma naturally got dad's*hat and want a copy. cigarette. You wlil notice that the i ly paper threatening to publish&'

The city limits must have been ex-I I I Men and women who a few wok told him where the six-shooter lay If 1fr.'Ticknor's first effort in news men who smoke them never grow. old. name of the jjoung man seen with his

tended. i ago were denouncing wars and those hidden away. But papa didn't take paper work in Bradford county is a -Arcadia Enterprise.- sweetheart's :head on his shoulder if

I. who fight them .the hint. he did not come across with his sub-
are today demanding I sample of what is to follow ,the Rai-
We have noticed several ad'ertisements -, that congress take prompt measures "Daughter," he said, calling the girl ford Tribune is now in good hands and Rube AIlJIt'has solved the high cost scription. TGi twenty-seven sneakedin

lately for sober bartender for placing the country in an adequate to his side, "no one on earth is more will do its share in the future devel of living and Florida needs another and paid a dollar, while several!

, ;, Even saloons won't employ drunkardsnowadays [ l state of defense. interested in you than your old dad. opment of this part of the vineyard. niche in the hall of fame. He says a others have written t that they would

No one quicker to arise to de green persimmon pay the next time they to
1 I Thirty days ago but few of the leading your eaten just before came tows-
i in tense. But listen. This The Sultan will not be able i meal time -St.
'\ About the newspapers of the country ha very intend to carryout will pucker up the stomachto Augustine Record.If .
'' only satisfaction a henpecked eat has led me to study and this his threat of "holy Aba fit bean. .
husband has is the courage to speak in behalf of defensive you war. one -Orlando Sentinel Florida had reduction plant for
' the thought) is what I Khan
; c have learned: spiritual head of the lrloham-
that his wife measures. Today a strong J her .phosphate her
will phosphate mines
', brag him
on to her) medans
second husband. demand is going uo from the press "You go down the street very scantily advises Moslems that it is It must seem strange to our Northern ,I would be in. nnoM. _+_.inn_._. _Tf. .ii..: _nww\<
I I in all parts of the eountry. dressed. You deliberately expose their duty to be loyal to the government : friends that the South forget its Yankee sense to send our phosphate n I>

i Miami's "Pay-Up-Day" idea ought But this attitude of the press simply as much of your person as is neces- under which they. live. mighty doctrine of "State's rights"when to Europe, ship it back, pay the tram

to be generally adopted and the reflects the mind of the sary to appeal to the carnal instinctsof it wants a Federal loan for the
day public, Where, oh where is the Bull Moose char;ea both ways and profits -
J ;.' ought to be religiously observed at for the people themselves are awakening man. Your lovely neck, a large gone, "buy--6ae" movement. .Should4r'teach to the ;phosphate plants in Elrope. -

least once a month.. to the fact that their own ultimate portion of your well developed breast, Where, oh where can he be; state take care of her 0\Vn- .-Bradford County Telcgrapl
your arms andby'means of slit Miami '
i:_ The salient features of the recent salvation depends upon some in skirt and a With his tail cut short and his horns < Metropolis. Suwannee county will solve the prob-
your hosea
; election measures of prompt and effective ar- transparent cut long, lem. C. T; HrJbrook and associates
were Republican gains Progressive goodly share of lower limbs A
tion by congress. your preacher makes the will
losses'and Where, oh where can he beT have the "works" within a yea:
Uncle JoeCan- It is American sanity reasserting are exposed to view The portion ofyour astonishing declaration that the slit .-Live Oak Democrat
sensational "come-back." tselft body that is covered is clothedin Uncle Sam without an adequate .
; We had If this country should become in.volved such a way that every curve and army and navy would be as pitifully
some faith in Jess Willard angle is brought in ............................
. as a white hope until Jim Corbett se- in war with some powerful out bold relief. helpless as Samson shorn of his ..........1N.NN.NN41

foreign "Then when you pass a man, or a strength. Neither nations 1 f.
lected him as a winner. Corbett country, or a combination of nor indivi

r never picked them, we would not recover from its group of men, you giggle, toss your duals. should seek trouble, but they t
out a winner in his life.
Progressive Business
. e' effects within: the life of the present head, and perhaps remark to your girl should be' prepared for it. \ Firms In Stave I

The old-fashioned girl who said, generation. companion that this is the slowest old .-

"The lips that touch liquor shall never 'It would cost us a million lives inthe i town you ever saw. And if some man Mexico now has two presidents and Readers
accepts challenge two capitals. She ought to have at .1 of the Telegraph will find. it their
touch mine, is still alive ,but she flower of our young manhood, cities your you want him to

Iw : is still unmarried and it would be ungallant would be laid waste or held up shot. least a dozen of each in order to give advantage to trade with the firms

. t to tell her age. for enormous ransom, the countryside I "Not long ago I was in a town and each presidential aspirant a better rep-
4l. l wanted chance and to the I resented in this director
would be devastated, and the a glass of beer. I came to a promote general .
.' Heredity and environment shapeour pecuniary big building along the side of which welfare'of the country. t.
loss would mount high into the ................. .
ends. It behooves us, therefore, billions of dollars. in big black letters was the one word, The ......... NsNNNN.ft1 IN.NNN1N

to choose our ancestors carefully andto Business would be demoralized, 'c aloon./ I stepped inside to find thatit Chronicle funny says man he didn't of the know Inverness ontil recently .......................... ...........................
< be particular about the was some other line 4 .
factories would be closed, millions of business, that there .
;;' was a single old REAL
: we keep. but one which is often in ESTATE.. 4 FURNITURE. p
.', people would be out of employmentFinancial run seduce maid in Inverness. We never heard 4 .
the and want and starvation would face tion with a saloon. I called for a of that .......................... J
During past year the State of glass of beer and one wasn't single. .......................
the '
tb proprietor :
New York had 490 cases of rabies, poor. -
seemed in doubt You 40 0$.300 ......
panic would as to whether he can hardly expect a man to 4 $04
one case cf Sulzer and one case of ensue, the goo .
Roosvelt: not to speak of Thaw, weaker banks would go to the wall, should shoot me, kick me into the a place he never heard of. The ti COMER L. PEEK 41 FURNITURE .

Schmidt et al. and the rich would hoard the wealthof street or call the police. same is true of a woman and child. 4 .

", .- the country and withdraw it from :, "Daughter, I was a stranger in that But if the name of the place is in the .. Florida Real Estate, Land aad 4 and almost I nothing else you ;

(. Mr. A. J. Younger. who has guidetthe circulation. town; I didn't know that man or his newspapers daily everyone knows oft ttig&t wantHULL'S
.. I. Timber
Expert. .
destiny of the Lake Butler Times And this is only a portion of the business. I merely was guided by his This applies to the merchant who .i. '& 0
for several months,.has accepted sign. The man who accosted is doesn't advertise. His is 33 >EPAimiENT ;
a position appalling havoc which would overtake you place ov' r- years Experience at Starke 0 S?ORE.DEKTISTS.
;" on the Eustis Lake Region, and the country. a stranger here, and daughter, he was looked, forgotten, or never heard of. .. .

Mr Hearn, who has teen connected But prompt and effective measures guided by your sign."-Tampa Tribune. It is not the fault of the public. He 04 09 Lart444t O ,tUtt

with the Times lately, has assumed 'for the national defense would pre- cannot expect the public to keep his ...*......................., ........... .............

the editorial and business 'management dude the imminence of such a cola m- business alive for him; that's his job. ., ; .
, of the paper.Beware Despondency Due to Indigestion. I-St. Augustine Record. DRY GOODS. .,
ity.Are It is- not at all .I INNN
surprising that
u YOU in favor of persons ............ ,
; national defense .......... .
who .
of Ointments for have indigestion become discouraged Colonel N, ......N.N1H1
.. and security? Or do you favor Kyle, one of the most successful

:i Catarrh That Contain Mercury "turning the other cheek" for a few and despondent. Here area business men and manufacturers .,I ;
r, u mercury will surely derange se ]knockout blow! words of hope and cheer for of the South, raised 560 bushels J. W. MORGAN ., 0 .
of smell and completely them by Mrs. Blanche Bowers TURNER
. ft,'. whole system when entering it throu"ht' It is one or the other. Indiana of corn on four acres of land a t e JJEM1ST I
- .
.. 1.. the mucous surfaces. Such articles shoul Pa. "For years my digestionwas Clearwater Fla. Headquarters for .. e
, This
; an
, never be used except on prescriptionsfrom average Ladies ,
reputable physicians, as the damage so poor that I could only the yield of 140 bushels Ready-to-Wear Goods, 0 Edw'rds. Building .
to the
. Occasionally a is Col .
story made acre.
they will do Is ten fold to the good you 1 t I I publicto lightest foods. I tried ; Dry Goods, Notions, Etc Upstairs.ovt1 Post Office
can possibly derive from them.'' Hall 1 keep alive our faith in humanit that every thing' Kyle says that the possibilities o f : 1 : 1
Cure manufactured by F. J. heard of to get relief
not Florida land
. Cheney Twenty Col : when ,
' -; & Co. ToledO O.. contains no years ago Marston, of until about properly handled, '

. incrcury. and is takea Internally. aeinndirectly > Louisiana, failed for $100,000. He a year ago when I saw arc unlimited. This is an item from . . . .. ,, .
;:,.' upon the blood ana raucous sur- Chamberlain's Tablets advertised % i#$ faces of the system. In buying 'Hairs made a settlement with his creditors I and the Florida Grower that should be o:f 0 CHARLEY .
." Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genu- I I of 50'cents got a bottle of them, did I find the interest to in TOMs 0 0 THE TELEGRAPH >
Internally and made ia on the dollar. Recently i other states a: 0 Chinese Hand
. p.: IWrf"OhloTbr F. J. Cheney & Co. TsUoonials -i i he paid the remaining 50 cents and right treatment. I soon began to ii n- well as to the people of Florida 00 Laundry JOB PRINT1XG.A, SPECIALTY
taking a few bottlesof ]
yt H"' .. Wee Be feed to pay 'I interest if -1 learning every day a little 0
,. BQJd by rnKlstf. perbo tt1e. demanded. them mon Jefferson and Thompson Sts., 0 0 4 .
my digestion is fine." Adverlieing'Medium of the
rwaror oooatiparioe : That will For about their {
,1 I. .'fokeBan' TaaeW man stand without hitching. : sale'by all dealers. own opportunities.: 0 STARKE, FLORIDA. fr j

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.jx'y I Freda v. November.-- _non 0r 13. 1914. ,PAGE FIVE b
r. i .
'''t't':1;: ,--.- Prof. M. M. Fryer, principal of the

] Lawtey High School, was a visitor to ; .
sr.. y .
'!" Starke Saturday and informed us < --T--- .

t; that the Lawtey school is doing exceptionally I __
i of Local in e _

f$, .Bits + good work this year. .. .. _

'ft .
Groceries-This line will strength- r

llJDformatioDh JL TI your hungry spot as well as "Yesterd&yi

strengthening your pocket book. Your u\\eI'1ycwerWh-Tuue.\heon1ytbiDJiD: : a
., 1'aria lsvtsasi ... .lilewfiichcanbe '.
aa.esr.tl/ ,
i! .. .. .., T.... eggs will bring more both ways here. ,:*" comp1ete1yd.eslroyed. .
tt Brown's. f r' Y' To-day is yours but: tom r row b lonfflo the man behind '{

i."f 1#" Newer mall the million years of its hutory baa this secretivetunitiea '
:Jj fii Mr. J. McDaniel of Jacksonville old universe
R. ,
Ti'. < diplayed such ricbea.60 ;
mdttrY gtiza ous oppor' .
'(:"".;i\t. ,;For' dry -.A.- 'Leviton. Mr. A. S. McMillan came up from representative of the Remington a NOW-Wake your self, shake your self ant DO. ,

t: --- Hastings to spend Sunday with his Typewriter Co., was in Starke Wed- ', The most terrific Century of all U here. Share It." <

1 Ji: .A little rain would do no* harm. family here. the nesday"company.looking after the interests of ;JtutTO-/JfiIoh4KunOtlqinllte&nl.Mlprou satane 7 .I ; '. I

[If:? **' SYRUP CANS, Jones, Hardware. Mr. N. B. Ryals, of Jacksonville, ;i iI
f:.r, visited his daughter, Mrs. B. C. Wil- Hon. A. V. Long, state attorney for A
\ Apalachicola oysters at Kkkliter's. the eighth judicial crcuit of Florida,
} lis, Wednesday.
is in Gainesville this week, where the 1 a1rht ,

> Boy's clothing. Sternberg's.T Ladies-and-gentlemen, when- in fall term of the Alachua county cir- '?

cuit court is in session. I
!1:j j LADIES-Wizard mops. Jones Starke get your meals at Turner'snew -

1, Hardware restaurant. Ladies coats and suits at ti

t. . .
:\ Cold drinks eandies and cigars at I The longer you put off going to the right price. Sternberg's.You W. A. BESSENT, Jr. F. S. PEDRICK ,
cry, .Turner's- __restaurant Brown's the less cash you will have. will miss a musical treat if Dentist. .\ j t

!\\t:.F' Coats for ladies, misses and chil- Try us and see. you fail to hear Prof. Miller and his .' FIREPROOF GARAGEALL
,...: dren' at Leviton's._ Mr. Willis Colson, of Gainesville, accomplished musicians at the High 0 Ilion 80. Hull Building. .

( guest at the home of Mr. T. W. School auditorium tonight. 0 STARK FLORIDA. .
r Mr.;'N. B. Hull was .in Jacksonville . . KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GAsOLINE '
" on business Tuesday. Sweat Saturday.Mr. Come out tonight, November 13th, I I i .

Joe Mattox is now employedat enjoy an evening of rare entertain- I ENGINE WORK. t
Men's blue serge suits at Leviton'a.'School thieves. Thieves, like all other clas-
the civic
the Jay S. Brown store, where his ment and incidentally assist
shoes at Leviton's.Mr. ses of criminals, always commit one
many friends will find him. and musical clubs. i GUARANTEEp :
,. --- crime too many and get caught in
" N. Sternberg was in Jacksonville Dishes, almost anything you want Will Moore colored, who will b3 the meshes of the law. It is only a I ,f .
Thursday. PHONE 103
., on business from a 10 cent dish to a $10.50 set. hanged November 27 for the murderof question time. STARKE, FLA- '

visited W. T. Andrews, was baptized in CORNER WALNUT
I -' Miss Jennie Lou Rivers Brown's.Mr. AND MADISON STREETS '
I Mr. J. H. Williams, who lives two
Rev. H.
this week. the county jail Thursday by 1
I friends in Starke s
) Turner have miles north of Starke on the Stark _
. and Mrs. Roy V. W. Bartley ,a minister of his own --
.Mr. H. S. Warren, of Clayno, spent token an apartment at the home of race. and Lawtey road, brought to the Telegraph I 1:I F

i Sunday with his family here. j Mrs. E. Johns. office last Monday four stalks I r
The man or woman who knows the of cane that grew in one hill. The OorWatc6andClockRepairagWill '

... Born Monday, November 9, to Mr. Mr. and Mrs. George Burnsed. of I value of a dime, tries Brown's first. four stalks are so nearly alike that I mere than pleas I ':

, and Mrs. William. Burns, a boy.Men's Green Cove Springs, visited relativesin Nothing sold here below cost to daz- they look like quadruplets. From root you. Estimates given + .

i I work shoes. Sterg.i Starke Wednesday.If j your eyes, that's why our sales to this office. Bradford county has cheerfully.vice. Prompt aor- ";

, continue to increase. Good values atone in length. The main stalks are 9 feet We Par Parcel Pout 1 f t1:1: ;

i' berg's.. you are, hunting for bargains price. Ask those who know. long and have 18 joints. Mr. Williams' Charge Ome Way. r'ZiOVELTIES !*
in shoes try Sternberg
he did not make special
Gainesville says a ,
.: Mr. Markley Johns, of -- Seats for the concert at the High s / i s \
with friends here. I It Belle Kelly has returned to selection for show purposes, but picked '
[ spent Sunday Miss School auditorium for this eveningare R. J. RILES, M
: this hill at random and that it is a
Starke after a brief visit to Store.
r The most complete line of wood Jacksonville. on sal at Mitchell's Drug fair sample of the whole crop. It requires A Jacksonville* Fla.
t and friends in seats 50 cents general ad-
7 r and oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. I I. Reserved good soil and good fanning to :
a school children, ,
mission, 85 cents, all ,
. s Mr. Harold Brown has returned produce cane like the sample broughtt
: Mr. A. A. Wainright made a business 25 cents. a
home from a business trip of several othis office. Bradford county has

\: !, 'trip to Jacksonville Tuesday. I weeks in the North.A Mr. A. R. Williams, of Marion county the soil and Mr. Williams is recog-I
., ..,: Mr. J. B. Prevatt of Florahome, lumber and build- has purchased the 0. B .Sweat nized as one of the best farmers inI I m
;- "* was'a visitor to Starke Monday. I complete service- livery stable. Mr. Williams will add this section. He has a farm of 831 i Insure WithJ. '
store at
I.' ,. Y ing supply your to his equipment and conduct the acres that is one of the show places'of : .
Mr. B. M. Kelly, of Jennings, was Quigley Lumber and Supply Co.I .
; business along the most approved the county, which he always keeps

; i' in Starke on business Monday. I Horse high, bull strong, pig tight; I lines. in a high state of cultivation.Mr. I R. DAVIS & COMPANY .

a In. J. H. Denmark, of Raiford, Southern wire fence for sale at theI .
Sheriff S. T. Johns, of Rai'ord H. L. Stevenson, who purchased -
I Lumber and Supply Co. Deputy STARKE FLORIDA + '
r : Tinted relatives here'Friday. Quigley
I brought Tom Manshen, colored, the Rising Pecan Farm several ,

I. Miss Rhoda. Thomas, of Brooker, Stylish millinery at Stern- here__no Tuesday_ and placed_ him in the months ago, is making large weekly And Wear That Satisfied .
of This week he
. was a visitor to Starke Saturday. | berg's county jail. Manshen was convictedof shipments .pecans.
-, carrying concealed weapons in Justice sent away ten barrels valude at $500. .

I Blankets in cotton or wool, prices Mr. A. E. Wall is remodeling and Kelly's court, and was sentencedto Mr .Stevenson has forty acres of pecans Smile. 1tfftffffetffffffff

t >SO cent to $6.00 per pair. Brown's. improving the house he recently pur- three months in the chain gang. now and is continually adding to _

Society at Mrs. B.1 chased of E. Gnann on Cherry street. his grove. He has old trees and young I
patterns We' have received a copy of the trees. The trees are not all bearing, ,

: 'B. Hopson's millinery,store. u.13-2t.l j Hon.: Harry Goldstein, of Fernan- Florida Alligator, an interesting lit i but he will have at least 4,000 poundsof

I Mr. W. E. Wainright, of Hampton, dina, was a guest at the home of Sen- tle paper published weekly by the pecans this year, which'will bring -TAReductioein ,

I I'was in Starke on business Saturday. ator and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins Sunday. students of the University of Flor- him an average price of at least 40

ida at Gainesville ,of which H. E. for the whole :1, Prices
I American fence. If quality and not cents a pound, or $1,600 + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
: 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any Freeman, son of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. crop. Mr. Stevenson estimates that + I

I .ease of Fever or Chills. ,Price 25c. j quantity counts, you will buy American Freeman, of this city, is assistant five years from now his grove will ++++++++++++++++++4 I -

1 : Mr.. M. H. Chancey, of Raleigh,' Jones.fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. business manager. yield at least 20,000 pounds of nuts, i To my friends and trading public: .

I ) I with a value of $8,000, and the yield FOR RENT-Two store rooms in I wish to call your attention to a
: pent Sunday here with his family.I I The members of the colored M. E.
. i I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Richard, Miss held will increase yearly. Mr. Stevensonhas central location on Call street. J. few very low cost prices: .
Thomasville big bap-
(' "-; Rev L. W. Kickliter preached at Ruth Wainright and Mr. Morgan I II church of service at Alligator a creek also marketed 500 crates of Jap- W. Morgan. The best white side, meat, 14%c. | ; 1
l\\ Benial- church, near Palatka, Sunday.I I Darby motored to Jacksonville Sun- outh of town, last Sunday. Rev. H. anese persimmons this year. Come to per pound.
r Starke and with FOR SALE-Cabbage plants, $1.00 .:
? day. a
grow up
i I':: Attorney A. S. Crews was a visitor W. Bartley has just completed a suc- C. S. Ham, 21 cents.
1,000. Durling
or a fruit orchard. Either is per ,
I I' to.the Florida Metropolis Tuesday. I t New, entirely :sanitary and up-to- cessful series of revival meetings at I grove better than a pension or an insurance Fla. 10-23-tf. Lard, 10 cents. "

I' or doses will break any date-the Kaustine closet system forI the above named church. There were olicy or both.L. 2 lb. tomatoes, 85 cents a dozen.
. 5 6 666
t" home office and schools. 21 converts and they were all bap-
aw of Fever or Chills. Price 25e. I I I Quigley FOR SALE-A few bacon hogs 3 lb. tomatoes, $1.io a dozen.A .
. ;i,, 14 (, I Lumber and Supply Co. tized. Several hundred people, white L. Johns, of Tampa, arrived in cheap. R. R. Wynn, Hampton, Fla.I
. 1 ',:' Percales and ginghams at Leviton's. and colored, witnessed the ceremony. Starke early Wednesday morning for 11132t. children's hoes from 50 ,

. e I The Seaboard is distributing c wand the purpose of procuring a license to cents to $1.00 a pair.:*
. : ',Fresh line of dried fruits for your heavier rails along this division Reports are persistent that quails Besideshis Starch
wed Bradford girl. 50 .
a county FOR cents aI<1zen.
I Thanksgiving fruit cake at Kicklit- and will relay the tracks in the near and other game birds are being kill SALE-Klondyke strawberry
clothes he bottle of liquor Pickles
carried stock
. '. fl'" ]I future. ed out of season in this neighborhoodand a plants, second runners, $1.50 per I, $1.00 a dozen.
< in other sections of the county. in his suit case, which he sam- 1000. A. H. Green, Starke. 10-23-tf bottles.

4 Mr. J. F. Morgan, of Gainesville, Up to date restaurant for ladies Killing birds before November 20 is pled frequently. As a result of this Meal, 9 pounds, 25= dents ..
indulgence he went to sleep in the I FOR SALE-Early Flat Dutch and Grits, 9 24 6nts.
i' ,was in Starke .on business Satur- and gentlemen. First class service. not only a violation of the law, but ,
waiting room at the depot and forgotall Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage Pure coffee, 25 cents pound. j
I ..' day.j. Everything new and sanitary. Tur- it is contrary to the real sportsman'scode per
I ..' ner, Call street, Starke. ethics and shouldbe about his wedding plans. Chiefof plants, $1.00 per 1,000. J. W. Staf Parched and ground.' ('I j
: j. : *, Attorney T. G. Futch, of Lake But- of some means Police Kite found him and took Waldo, Fla. 1165t. Good flour, $6.00 peg barrel. <
for effectually stopping
I l ''& 1ers was in Starke on business Mon- Don't stand in your own light, look provided him to the county jail to sober up. Pure shorts, $1.75 fler sack. .

.; d y. around. It may be you are in dangerof the practice. Later on he explained matters and FOR SALE-Coon and possum Oats, $2.05 per &ek. 1. '
I hounds, fox and cat hounds, pointers t j
spending more than necessary to Mesdames A .H. Freeman, F. A. was released. He then obtained the pulp, $1.75 per sack. : .
: Good assortment of carpet and mat- and setters. M. L. Crawford,
buy it. Brown will prove it. Scott and W. S. Graham attended the license. He boarded the 11 o'clock Cotton seed meal, $1.65 per sack. 'I''I'Beet
: tine rugs and art squares at Kick- Tiger, Ga. 11-6-7t. '
: ', i liter's. Mr. A. Burson, .of Nichols, Polk W. C. T. U. Convention at Jacksonville train, but changed his mind and stepped No. 1 timothy hay:, |l-35 per 100

I county, who has been taking medical Monday. Mrs. Freeman was off. Towards evening he started FOR SALE-First class hand-mads pounds.

" Mr. J. B. Florrid visited the fam- treatment in Starke for several chosen to serve on the committee on afoot for Hampton, but fell by the cypress barrels, $2 per barrel; 5 or Any five cent package, 6 for 25 : 1

fly of Mr. G. M. Bennett at Theressa I weeks, returned home Wednesday.Mrs. resolutions and was also elected state wayside south of town. The engineeron more barrels, $1.90 each; delivered cents. 4 i

Sunday. secretary of the Loyal Temperance the early morning special Thurs- from Mose Mack's shop, Starke, 5 pounds good ground coffee, $1.00. '

J. M. Johns received a tele- Legion. Mrs. Freeman is now at- day reported that he had seen a dead Fla. Joe Griffis. 11134t. Grits, $2.15 per sack.
fkl Mr. Sam Thomas of Dukes, transacted 1 !
I it';k gram last Sunday announcing the tending the national W .C. T. U. con- man lying near the track. A searchwas Meal, $2.10 per sack. 3

I 1l, business in the county seat on sudden death of her cousin, Mr. A. B. vention at Atlanta, Ga. made, but Johns had evidentlycome ANTED-To buy hides, coon, opos- When you want a bargain,go to
I ;1 Saturday. i Cone be sum, skunks, otter, fox, wild cat i i
R I at his home in Boston, Ga. r- I to life again and could not I !
I I The building on East CaUj)street occupied found. and house cat, for which I will pay i
9' Ladies'. waists, all of the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Marks and lit by A. M .Darby and the Johns .' the highest market cash prices. T. J. t. CARTER 1-p. :

: t a latest styles at Sternberg's I tle son, C. A. Jr., spent Sunday in Furniture Company has been thor- After a prolonged indulgence in B. Shirley, Brooker, Fla. ll-13-4t j i

I. ? Gainesville with the parents of Mrs. oughly modernized. It now has an blind tiger liquor James Clark be- '

: -t, Laces, any kind cotton, linen or I Marks, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Sr. up-to-date front, a marquee awningand came non compos mentis Monday S
trouble and Clark
iflk not for
;. from 2 cents to $2.25 the yard. looking Yes, He Was A.J Right ;
I e _' > Brown's. "I Wool sweaters and a new dress of stucco .rough ''!ht and ran amuck on the streetsof had the right of way until somebody George 1:. :Sims' ncc-iuiit of forgetting .
jerseys. Starke. In his delirium he
I.' iron has been .
effect. An stairway sang
telephoned Chief Kite, who hurriedup his\ own address :;and having to ,
I "f Floor oil-just what you have been Sternberg's.Mr. erected on the east side of the build- and shouted and cursed, making the town and took Clark into custody. look It up In the telephone directory

: ,vj, tntinjc Quigley Lumber & Mr. ing to give private entrance to the : wee sma' hours of the night hideous -- was capped by a friei.f of mine nays .

, )Corpauy., SUPPlY//' Sunday for Mrs. J. A. Sasser left on second floor, which will be arrangedfor .: and disturbing the peaceful slumbers DEATH OF MRS. P. R. PAR a writer in the I, 'ndn Sphere, who f

,I Hampton Springs, where rental of our citizens. At intervals he told a story of a man twin;: to tell Dim
;'T': man who growls at autumn Mr. Sasser has accepted a position smashed store windows with his fists. MENTER.Mrs. from what he had IIt't l *I suffering.! "1 I

I .1.' ;:-ther in Florida is a hopeless pes- with his brother, J. D. Sasser. sneak thief purloined a bundleof He broke glasses at White's hare bten very III," I l-f said, "wltb'j'
s -.;rdmisk. clothes belonging to Mr. J. B. Flor- grocery Parmenter, the wife of Mr. with-with"- and roiAl 1 get no fur, t 1 .
I store, B. W. Hodges' store and A. A. # .
'j 1, or Born Friday, November 6, to Mrs. rid last week. The clothes P. R. Parmenter, was taken ill witha ther. Ami then suddiul.v! it came to : a
;- :'oo1se7'-you C. C. Starling, of one day Wainright's store. He was trying to him. "with loss of iiiriiorjBut.." "
'" know the rest-it Tampa, a girl, at fresh stroke of paralysis Monday, Octo-
the the home were wrapped in a package run his first through a plate glass he addt"d.111 all ris'l! now" J'
1 best. Quigley Lumber and of her parents, Mr. and ber 25, and died Thursday morning at
from the Mr. Florrid threw
) laundry. window at Mitchell's drug store when -- -
1-Suppl! ," Co. !I Irs. Silas Kite, where she is visiting. I four o'clock.
? Jii, the bundle into an empty suit case Chief Kite the and
i Lrft"Have
"" j jS i appeared: on scene I the Nothing ..
learn of death of
I t .i'i.:!Expecting Madam' Gray corsets at A few young folks enjoyed a socialat without unwrapping it and set the took Clark to the county jail, We regret to well you." asked t:le Judge of a !

I ;. ,!..Jui.'R\ B. .Hopson's millinery store. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan suit: case behind his desk. He neededa where he is now receiving medical at Mrs. Parmenter. She was a She respected recently couvirted mac "anything to
of this
: :i' 3!t; Sasser, Saturday night, October 7. It clean towel a day or two later and tention. Charles Strickland, who was lady county. offer! the court before sentence Is
t I Ittf I 51 of and leaves a
'zr I
i Kl 'was Miss Leetha Sasser's birthday. went to the suit case to get it, but he out late Monday night or up early was years age passed r.
.,aftd husband. nilied the pris-
Mrs. Boland Hall, of the J "No. your honor .
found the suit and
case empty .
)laapton I I 1 Tuesday morning, passed Clark on .,. last far ,
,- were visitors Children's oner. fy1awyer t()( my
'j ..: !t neaday. to Starke on sweaters, coats clothes gone. He has no clue as to Call street and Clark lunged at him A community that fails to maintain thlng.-London Tit-Blti .

.'. t: II I and shoes at Sternberg's. the identity of the thief. This is the and bowled him over with a blow of its schools, churches and newspapers .f:

f:J r;jrank! Burnsed came over from Hon. James T. second: case of stealing that has been his fist, and Strickland did not stopto is not on the way to getting Storm Ctrmr."Dneasy '

; : .> 0 to spend Sunday with his from Starke Wills has returned reported within two weeks. Thieveryis argue with him. Night Marshal very far on the road to progress and lies the befl that, wean a I y

; !u JJ.lere. Mr. Burnsed the the where he presided over uncommon in Starke. M"st every- Burnsed was not on duty Monday prosperity. People don't pick out that crown." T I y'-
: 8ta says fall term of court for Bradford body here respects his neighbor's when for location "In a republic It Is the: president'sprivate l1
; ,Prison Farm now has i night and his substitute was eitherat kind of a pace looking a -
a popula- county. He will In-
,, >tia a of about 400. preside over court I rights and property and don't like home in bed or thought discretionwas in which to make a home and a secretary who awjuires; the %\'
here this journal '
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4. .K I Sun. i the idea of the town harboring the better part of valor and was iiving.-Laurel Hill News. _. .- ;.
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4H insisting that the farmers must reduce FLORIDA'S GREATEST OP i I rill 11111 11111 11111 III I'
FARMERS AND'f the acreage in cotton to make PORTUNITY.While + 4
way for the necessary food crops. A
little of that sauie'cooperation will ----- COTTON LOAN FUND : t
: BUSINESSMEN help the.whole, cotton territory next the Florida press generallyis + PLAN.'I' When You Want
advocating the bringing of Bel- .
year. Will our bankers and mer- 4I :If
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chants be ? gians and others to colonize in this <;> .
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In every emergency a plan of action The same general principles apply. state where land is plentiful and This plan was approved by the Fed- A Horse A Mule
is a great help. The prices of to the tobacco crop. May your.plansnow cheap and more productive than .
eral Reserve Board
I food products are high, and there is to'meet the situation. Diversification I other' section of the United States, at Washington,, .
i .:;- every indication that they will remain and tfie production of home the age-old question of proper mar- October 24. 1914. and the followingis I

l so during the next year. The war in supplies is the'only safe plan to fol- I keting of produce arises to, confront an outline: A Buggy AWagon;

Europe has ,disturbed production low. I I us like: Banquo's ghost, and seems Administration.The .
11 abroad and has interfered with con- Suggestions and instructions on'all farther from solution than ever. fund is to be administered under i
sumption and with markets and financial of the subjects mentioned in this arti- Any man who is not afraid of work the direction of the individual

, \w: ,conditions in this country. This cle may be had on application to your can produce wonderful results' from members of the Federal "Reserve A Set of Harness i
state of affairs, familiar to every one, county agent, your agricultural col- Florida soil, regardless of location, Board, who have placed the, task of I
I makes it imperative that every farmer lege or the U. S. department of agri- but anyone having farmed in Floridacan the general administration on a cot- ,. ..

t" and every community should plan culture. testify to the uncertainty of proper ton loan committee, consisting of the :
; for next year's work accordingly. This article will be followed by oth- returns for their labor, owing to following gentlemen: Come to See Usf: I
; Wi The department suggests to the cot- er suggestions from time to time. the distance from Northern markets, Chairman, W. P. G. Harding of the "

ton fanners the following important Very truly yours, damage in transit, and not infre- Federal Reserve Board. I
r. things to consider for the next year: BRADFORD KNAPP, quently the dishonesty of the con- Paul Warbourg of the Federal Re- We buy in car lots and give: our cus- )

< 1. A Home Garden for Every Special Agent in Charge, signee, at whose mercy the shipperhas serve Board. tomers the benefit of the lowest. prices. {

Family. The home garden is one of I Farmer Co-operative DemonstrationWork. always been placed. Besides veg- Col. E. M. House, Austin Texas. .
I., the most important means of cutting I etables and fruits are not considered Albert H. Wiggin, New York City. 4:
down and producing the liv- ORVILLE L. MIZELL, James B. Forgan, Chicago 111.
expenses staples, and may be in demand or :
ing of the family on the farm. Set Special Agent, not, owing to the financial conditionsin Festus J. Wade, St. Louis, Mo. J. W. ANDREWS & SON'Starke ;
aside a good rich piece of land near Dukes, Florida. the North. However displeasingto Levi L .Rue, Philadelphia, Pa.

the house for this purpose. Prepareit tome this statement may ap- Wm. A. Gaston, Boston, Mass.
with extra care and apply manure HEALTH CONVENTION, pear, yet the fact remains that the Amount of Loan.
liberally. Secure from your county average Florida farmer, the real pro- It is proposed to create a fund of I Florida
At Jacksonville, Florida, is to be
agent, agricultural college or be
your ducer of Florida's wealth, must be approximately $135,000,000 to ,
", the U. S. department: of agriculture, the meeting place of the Forty-Sac- content to take the short end of the known as cotton loan fund.
directions for the making of a garden, ond annual convention of the American value of his produce. Subscriptions.Subscribers .

i' not only in the summer, but early Public Health Association from What our farmers need is a staple shall be divided into '.
and late the attention November 27 to December 5, of the --Y. --- -- -
\. in year. Proper money crop, with a permanent mar- two classes: Class "A" consisting of -- -- I. -:-
r. to the garden will give the farmer present year, and during this convention ket and a reasonably sure price, then II banks or other corporations, firms or .,
wholesome food during a large por- one of the features of special interest individuals located in oth- THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
such profit as he might make on veg- or residing
tion of the Get in touch with : throughout the Southern states I A successful remedy for Illicunatba
year. etables fruits cattle er than cotton producing states. EoodPc_
poultry, hogs, ,
:. the Girls' Canning Club Work and ar-I will be the Southern Health Exhibi- etc., would be pure velvet to swell Class "B" subscriptions, banks or P P P men and all and Blood women.Diseases.Has been"cncIcrtul tonic icrbo'h

t.' range to can the vegetables and the tion.This exhibition will sot forth in his bank account, buy automobiles, bankers located or residing in the past 35 years. At all Dl'uQistJ: inssufcctured, $tCJ. for th>e
fruits for winter use. I II
: and send his children to college. cotton producing states: Arkansas, F. V. UPPMAW CO.
I_ ; 2. Produce all the Corn for Your I most, attractive and interesting man- Now the plan I suggest may, at Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi Savannah Ga.

f" Own Use. Get good seed corn and ner the methods employed by the first sight, appear wild and foolish, North Carolina, Oklahoma, -- i
: follow the instructions of your county]t Southern states and cities to preservethe but from the business men and farm- South Carolina, Texas, and Tenses- ------ '- =;

I' agent in raising a good crop next public health. It will be of spe- ers to whom it has been submitted, see.

year. Figure how many bushels you cial interest to every visitor and of I hear none but words of hearty ap- AH class "A" subscriptions shall be o j t
t. will need for your own use and some great benefit to the entire South. proval. contingent upon the receipt of sub-

to sell, and put in yeur acreage ac-I The American Public Health Asso- Louisiana is one vast cane plantation I' scriptions of that class aggregating "-

cordingly. You wiH need corn for ciation has ,for its objects the development but the profit from the product $100,000,000. The fund shall not be '
the feeding of live stock and for I. and advancement of public; INSTOCK
yeur I I of the soil there goes to swell the regarded established for any purpose
your family, and a reasonable surplus. hygiene, the correlation of principal unless said subscription shall
fortunes of a few private individuals, aggre-
I I and practice in public health work,
I who control labor in a manner not gate $100,000,000. PLANERS RESAWS STEAM FEEDS
3. Produce Yeur Own Hay and,. and the promotion of public hygieneas far removed from slavery. On payment in whole or in part of 1IATCHEHS SELF FITiD Rip
Forage Crops. If you can obtain seed a distinct profession. It is an international -I I Crne is a natural product of the subscriptions, participation certifi- TOWER EDGERS THINKERS
i\ at a reasonable price sow crimson or body, having members the PERKINS SHINGLC MACIU/4CUY
; cates shall be issued evidencing
I I soil of Florida: and easy to grow,
[ bur clover, vetch ,or some other winter from the United States, the Dominionof interest of the subscriber. Certificates EXCISES ny to 40 h. SAWMILLS:
I I but for lack of a market has never I
t'' crop of legumes. If unable to do Canada, the Republic of Mexico confined shall be transferable ,on the BOILERS up to 40 h. Light (fad Hear '
been extensively, being -
I ', this put in oats OP rye this fall, peas :I'I and the Republic of Cuba. The membership -I to grown small patches for syrup for books of the committee and specifythe GASOLINE SAWDUST COTJVEYOHS E5GIXES"STE.IM SLAB CASAXVORS F EDS f

;r or beans in the spring, or use sorghum -!I embraces many of the most home consumption. There is a world terms under which the owner will LATII MILLS STATE MILLSDISSTOX r
H. kaffir corn, milo maize or some distinguished sanitarians from the'' wide market for all the sugar and be entitled to share in the distribution SAWS IS.VVT
other crop adapted:: to your climate countries named. It is organized into care products that may come on the of moneys realized from the loans CTTS for all make of wins
t ; and soil. Consult your county agent, a general body by which subjects I market, and always at a profitable made. SHAPTIXO PCLLEU':1, BOXES
'. your agricultural college or the U. of universal interest to public health I price, and herein lies Florida's greatest NOTE".-While it is provided that EELTI:;G, 4 zradr.--dlnm to! Wet
; S. Department of Agriculture. 'I workers are taken up. The work of asset and opportunity subscriptions to Class "B" shall be LOG CHAINSCAT HOOKS '(ONGSEt
i 4. Produce Enout/i Chickens and the association is handled under five I I:rrni::a rOB TIIII
: banks bankers in the cot-
.I I Why not ask the T. xt legislatureto made by or SAWMILL '
I.Vrltc {
'" Make Your Own Meat. As sections or divisions of sanitary
Hogs to states their doingso 1 ,
appropriate funds for the erection: ton producing yet t<$$ \' goo
rule Southern farmers have too science. These sections are the lab-
a our of their applyingfor
I of a largo and modern sugar refinery is as a part only Prices
(. few chickens. Pay some attention to oratory section vital statistics sec- j on the state prison farm in Bradford a loan for a customer, and in that / *gg r
them. With a little work they can be tion, section of public health officers I county, which comprises 18,000 acres event the subscription must be in an 1 \
',-,' produced cheaply, and enough of them sanitary engineering section and so- of land, very centrally located, utilize amount equal to 25 per cent of the t r a
g. will save'tLe necessity for purchasing ciological section. I the state convicts under expert man- loan and for this subscription theyare ".".
t'm at. Every family should plan to I The Southern Health Exhibition fea-
fn the manufacture of sugar given participation
agement ____ ._ ____ .
-- --- .
./,... raise a few head of hogs and the ture of the convention promises to and all cane products, and thus con- script. ---- ; ----- _-
t"' crops: necessary to feed them. The be the largest of its kind ever held in vert cane into a staple, with a permanent For example, a cotton planter, mer- class "B" above stated, must be ac- plied against both class "A" and"B,*
county agent will help you with plans''I a Southern state. It will afford to market and a reasonably
, n:: in this direction. Save your brood ]I various cities, and states opportunityto price Texas, has a thousand bale: of cot- warehouses and evidence of proper in- class "B" skill be one-half of that ill
f sows and hens and pullets. .You canJ. exhibit their methods of conserving The use of convict labor would reduce ton and desires to borrow or same. surance. I the case of t ass "A" certificates ustil -'
not'afford to sell any breeding stock.!I the public health. While thirtycr I i I the cost of manufacture to a This plan gives him the opportunityof The warehouses or buildings, in I! 'the amount of the class "A" oat-.
J. Market a part of your corn crop and' more large exhibits have already minimum, thus assuring a profit to going to his banker at Cbrsicana which the cotton is stored, must be standing shAn 'be reduced to the'

['t. your peas and peanuts through, hogs :I''been promised, the local Committee in the state, which, if measured by tne and applying for a loan of 6'cents a under the control or ownership of,I. amount of.class "B" certificates o rastanding. '
w .and chickens.J Do not be tempted to :I charge is anxious to secure a large dividends of the so-called sugar trust, pound, or$30,000 frr total. He makes I tome; person, firm or corporation' other : after that time the percentage :'
t. sell heifeis*or cows; bree dthemto 'a number of additional exhibits. Ample I would make reading almost as entertaining his note for $30,000'with the cottonas I than the borrower. The borrower I of reduction shall be the': I

f',( good" beef,, type bull and grow your space will be provided for all and as the discovery of the Klon- security; the banker knowing that must be able to satisfy the committee "' sane.. "
own meat. every facility afforded for making I i dyke. After the first cost of the plant he is perfectly good:risk, ccmmerciaI-1 that the cotton is of the grade-in-.) All committees to serve without'' 1
\: I 5. Cut Down Your' Fertilizer Bills each individual exhibit especially at had been returned to the state in dividends 'ly and financially, agrees to tended and free from all liens. All compensation any kind.NEWSPAPER .
; by Saving all Manure and by Planting tractive. The banker advances $T-I warehouse
.I' ,the future profits might be-! the loan. charges and insurance \I
, Cover Crops, Especially Winter Legumes Taking all in all this Southern utilized in building highways, improving 500 of it for which he takes' a class premiums shall be borne by the bor- LAWS.
'y if the Seed Can be Obtained. Health Exhibition bids fair to be one public schools and furnishingfree i "B" certificate bearing 6 per cent '-! rower. TEe following are decisions of the t.

i., Buy fertilizers for next year careful of ,the greatest educational displays books, or in reducing taxation i terest for $7,500 and secures for the In addition to the above security, United. State courts on saws governing -
ly. .Purchase only, high grade materials from the standpoint of public health, possibly fifty seventy-five or even I planter, merchant or manufacturer every borrower shall pay to the cot- newspaper subscriptions. They
of'the kind you need. Some I that has ever been held. For infor- ninety-five per cent. The convicts I $22,500 with the one thousand bales ton loan committee 3 per cent of the have been mpently published by the kinds of fertilizing materials maybe mation and descriptive literature will ; would pleasantly employed. under cf cotton as security; from the $100 I amount of his loan, to be &ductetf state- press, but for the benefit of
high-priced. Do not use that kind 1 e sent those interested upon appli- I the most sanitary living conditions, I 000,000 (against which will I be issueda i from the proceeds: of the loan; to con- those who hare. not read them we It-
unless you know your land requires cation to Dr. Chas. E. Terry, Chair- and when discharged would be better: class "A"' certificate for $22,500V stitute a mutual borrowers' guaran- produce:
it. Crops turned under add fertility man Southern Health Exhibition. fitted to resume their life work. I which certificate is issued ttr the subscriber tee fund, ta-tie used: "Subscribers who do not give express .
S. T ; to the soil and save fertilizer bills. Jacksonville'F1a. With this scheme in operationv other than tHose err cotton pro- 1. For the payment of administration notice? Lo the contrary are considered a

; #\ r Landlords should see that their ten- It Really Does Relieve Rheumatism. Florida, without any further advertising ducing states). It will be observedthat expense estimated not to exceed as wLhing to renew their sub
: tats follow instructions and grow as Everybody who is afflicted with j would immediately become the no definite subscriptions to any one-eighth of one percent of I scriptions. \ i I II
touch as possible of their supplies, as Rheumatism in any form should by Mecca, not only for the homeless Bel"- fund is required from the South. Thus I fund. I "If the subscribers order a discontinuance i
.4. a .; suggested above. Next year is the all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lin- gians, but for homeseekers from ev- each bank; whether it I* a State or: 2. To make up any deficiency in the i of their publication the pubI I
important year for all farmers: in iment on hand. The minute you feel ery nation and state, because they National Bank or Trust Company amount available for payment of : Usher may cifitinue to send them until I
>.,1,the cotton territory to make up their pain or soreness in a Joint or muscle would thus be assured or some compensation can finance any of their customers class "A" and class "B" : all due art.paid. f
; -,\.JtITi.minds to live', at home as nearly as bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. Do for at least a part of their needing-financing, and-as' such l Banksor cates with interest $ certifi'I'I I "If the sui criber refuses to tab
.v f possible. Every dollar saved on ad- not rub it. Sloan's penetrates almost I!toil. Now if anyone doubts the feasibility trust companies know to whom losses sustained on account of any:: periodicals frdm the postoffice tt 1
vances will be so much.gained at the,. immediately right to the seat of pain, of'this scheme, just let them they areloaning; they take no riskson loan made. I I I which they aie directed he is responsible f
"' '-c end of the year; every dollar borrow- relieving the hot, tender, swollen feel II submit it to the sugar trust, and their class "B" certificates, if Any balance remainingshall be returned until;he has settled his bill and I

5-, ed_ on_.. _advance_ has to be .paid back. ing and making the part easy and I hear them. swear. they are conservativTtn making such pro-rata to the borrowers. ordered the piper discontinued. I
out of the cotton crop. comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan's Respectfully, loans It is to be noted that both Basis of Loans. "If subscribers move to other places ;
r ? frlr 6. Plant Less Acreage in Cotton. Liniment for 25c of your druggist and H. C. PEACE, class f A" arid class "B" certificates All' loans shall be evidenced by I without notifying the publisher and ,;
: :..to\, Why? Because food products will re- have it in the house-against colds, Lawtey:: Florida. being negotiable, can be disposed of note in the form approved by the :f the papers art sent to the former address
/ .main high and cotton will- probably sore and swollen joints, rheumatism, by the banks in any manner seen fit. cotton committee and shall be seared the sub riber is held respond j i
". '. ', remain low if the war lasts. Do not neuralgia, sciatica and like ailments. NOTICE. Interest on Certificate. by cotton on the basis of six cents 'i ble."The
chances.,. ,Follow a safe plan. Your money back if not satisfied, but All class "A"' and class "B" certificates per pound for middling, in addition to 'I I courts have held that refusing
A1 4Toowill need the extra acres to pro- Third Assistant Post Master shalt bear interest at the rate the the *
o J' : it does give almost instant relief. Office' of guaranteed ,fund hereinafter de- to take periodicals from postoffij
''" dace the food crops. It is estimated General, Washington, November of G per cent per annum, payable scribed. I or removing aiid leaving them rmc -
J' '. f. that between three and four million CAPONIZING FOWLS.The 2, 19t4. quarterly. Time of Loans. ed for is prima facie evidence of &
t' bales of,cotton will have to be carried large breeds are best for cap- Postmasters are informed that.pe I Loan Applications-Class "B" Sub- All applications for loans shall be tention to deCr ud.
; /J* over out of the present crop. A normal onizing. A few months old capon is cans and other nuts, fruits, candies', Ecr ptions. made prior to and not later than the "If subscribers pay in advance thej i
*(' acreage in cotton next year, and no better than a cockerel. A capon etc., put up by the producer, manufac- Class "B' subscriptions shall not i j first of February, 1915 and loans shall are bound ,to give notice at the end :
r, ", :tio increase in food crops will certainly will more readily put on fat and get turer or dealer as proprietary arti- be required except as a condition to mature on or before February, 1, of the time time if they do not wisl J.to
v ,I' mean Jiighe'r-priced' food and large and prime after maturity. The cles of merchandise in fixed quanti- a loan or loans from the fund; in such I!, 1916, provided the committee may ex- continue otherwise, tbr
f low-priced cotton.' You cannot afford object in coponizing is to secure qual- ties in sealed packages, labeled so as cases the subscriptions shall be for an ,!: tend any or all loans for a period not subscriber is responsible until expres
j to be compelled to purchase high ity and size, but quality is of most to show the nature of the contents amount not exceeding 25 per cent of: to exceed six months after February notice with: payment of an arrearage

priced products out of a very narrow importance. Age does not impair a ouantity and name of producer, man- the loan. i,,1, 1016. is sent to the,publisher.:'" _
margin of profit in the cotton crop. capon as it does a cockerel, provided : ufacturer or dealer, as the case may "Class "B" subscribers (who apply Calls For Subscriptions. THE
'} ,Economy."in,..raising what cotton is the bird is not, kept longer than a.. be, are mailable at the fourthclassrates for a loan for a customer:: ) are not re- I'I Calls for payment of class "A" GRASS GROWNG'IN'
{- i c planted is of, supreme, importance. year and a half of postage, under the provisions quired to endorse the note nor shall subscriptions shall be made pro rata. STREETS.
/ The best economy is in good fanning Capons will have to mature before of paragraph 5, section 469, Postal they be entitled to receive compensa- ; If, ori February 1st, loan applications In an addVss before citizens of
i and living at home. they can get much: flesh, and for that I Laws and Regulations. When in tion in any form for making the loan. !: do not equal the amount then subscribed another town, |i banker resident of I
.. To bankers and merchants we would reason they cannot be sold while doubt as to the proper method of When a class "B" subscriber applies I the fund shall nevertheless town which a few years ago vot-d:!
say that with their co-operation much young.-Orchard and Farm J \ putting up such! articles in sealed for a loan, he shall accompany theapplication be closed at the amount than appliedfor out the saloon- presented this telling
I can bi: done to make our own suppliesfor packages for mailing as fourth class with a subscription to and loaned, and class "A" sub- argument;: 'fore prohibition: 'Liq0
f' next year. In many counties in .M 'N'N''N MH+ N matter, postmasters should submit class "B" certificates in an amount scribers shall thereupon be released men," he said,]"often contended that,
i boll weevil territory bankers, mer- THE TELEGRAPHS 0 I samples to the Third Assistant Post- equal to 25 per cent of the amount of from the payment of the balance of if we voted ou* town dry grass \\'OB
chants and farmers have united toe < > JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY 4' master General, Division of Classifi- the loan. I I their subscription, which, up to that grow in our streets. That prediction -
sustain credit. In such cases farmers 3 ----- 4 cation, as provided in paragraph 6 Security. time, have not been called for. I has come Itrue-at least in part.
I t,,} *. have agreed to produce hime supplies <$> Best Advertising Medium of The 4 .. of the section mentioned.W. .Ml apnlications for loans must be Method of Repayment to Subscribers. Grass has actxfelly overgrown one of
j- and do good farming and bankers and '<*> County. 0t J. BARROWS. made th'oujrh banks .or bankers and ;; As moneys are available for repay- our streets-the street that leads to

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i : November 13.. 1914. THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. .. -v.V1'lN

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'MGREATFSTlar next time you get a silver dol Starke Citizens Will Do Well to Profit 6

in your hand, burnish it up a bit by the Following. I

STATE-FLORIDA and take a good look at the face of

the goddess stamped it. Did you Many fatal cases of kidney disease MIGHTY FINE

____ I ever see finer features, a loftier expression have reached an incurable stage because -
the did understandthe
patient not
When he was on his way to Wash- a countenance more suggestive -

\. William J. Bryan was inter- of the peace and calm and benevolence symptoms. Even today in Starke |I r

= in Jacksonville. When asked of life? ther are many residents making theme .

" if be bad any farewell message for Is it not a face to suggest honesty s serious error. They attribute That's What They all Say .

. Florida he said: "No, I have not bid and to inspire confidence? Would you their mysterious aches, and pains to i ,

'1 the state farewell, I have only gone not go to a woman with such a countenance overwork, or worry, perhaps, when About Our Famous. Line of 1;" :"
all the time their rheumatic .
this of and consolation -
I temporarily and expect to return sure sympathy : .
backache and bladder
, jammer for a brief' stay, and then ? ..
ome back this winter to my home, It is not a fancy sketch, this beau- most probably due to weak and

ul and face it is portrait ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your
'I )have bought and am develop-: ; a [

'vjxfv of what I consider some of the best from life, the reproduced features of kidneys are out of order, profit by this I 100.PROOFWHISKIESGood

'knds in the whole country. a warm, pulsing, radiant girl, whose Starke resident's experience. I. !
Mrs. J. D. Hurst, Starke, Fla., : I
'CoL Bryan said that he had come to mother was a well-known Southern says .
"My back was weak and lame f ,
; very
F orida because of the vast, possibilities beauty. \ t
,standpoint The ilke this: Anna and I often found it hard to do my old time whiskey that is f.-
'of the state from every story runs I a pleasure to drit k. Not made yester; '
he had become identified Willis was the daughter of a wealthy housework. When I stooped I could
i and that day to be sold but
today and .
pure aged mellow .
with these possibilities through Southern slave owner and married L hardly straighten up. I was urged tory goods that have

purchase of various tracts of land indifferent Henry Williams, of Philadelphia, in L t Doan's Kidney Pills and I did so. stood the test of time. To those who want and appreciate something }

; sections, believing that there the good old days before the war. Unfortunately I have never been sorry I took this good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best .J

it no part of Florida that is not good. for the young couple, Dr remedy as they strengthened my back your :
/ money can buy.TAKE. 1 :
, His attention was called to "snow" Willis, the girl's father, lost his fortune and the pains went away. -

prevailing in Nebraska" yesterday and could not "set them up" in I Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't ,

and said: Nebraska is a great state,, the style to which she had been rear simply ask for a kidney remedy-get

only its climate now and then gets ed. This did not, however, in terre Doan's Kidney Pills' the same that YOUR

wrong. Florida has the greatest climate fe with the happiness of the two, Mrs. Hurst had. Foster-Milburn Co., CHOICE

in the world. It is never teat ho settled in Philadelphia and even Props., Buffalo, N. Y. j jI

,,1d. It is never too hot. I am 1 1I reared a family of nine chil I '

and my family were here this win- dren. During these years Henry Williams Don't Delay Treating Your Cough.A PACKAGES ASSORTED j
ter to escape the rigors of the Western made and lost a fortune, so that slight cough often becomes serious CUSTOMERS !

plains. 1 his wife, at his death, fould herself Lungs get congested, Bronchial ,

"Florida is undoubtedly the great-plunged again into poverty. The last Tubes fill with mucous. Your yitality ,

est state in the union when possibilities child, named Anna Willis Williams, is reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine- Number 1 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY $8 50

are considered." was born about the opening of ths Tar-Honey: It soothes your irritatedair 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. eo. .

When asked what he thought thegreatest Civil war. What trials and privations passages, loosens mucous and 100 PROOF I
possibility of the state, he he mother underwent to'educate ind makes your system resist Colds. Give Number 2 $8.50

said: "The development of its harbors provide for her fatherless children the baby and children Dr. Bell's Pine- 4Qts$3.OO,8Qts5.75l2Qts. . .

and waterways and the develop-i will never be known. But it is certain Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to help
ment of its vast inland acres, commonly that Anna Willis, budding into them. Only 25 cents .at your drug- Number 3 WHISKEY $8.50

called the Everglades." exquisite womanhood, had none of: gist. 4 Ots $$3.00. Ots 5.75,12Qts. . .. .

CoL Bryan stated that he had ex the luxuries of life. So serene and .
himself the state eautiful was her face that Notice is Number 4
pressed as believing everywhere hereby given that under and by $8 50'

should complete the development of she went people turned to look and virtue rendered of a final the 2nd decree day of of foreclosure November, A.made D. 4 Qts $3.00, 8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . :

the areas itself, and took occasion to at her. 1914. by the judge of the circuit court of the
Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
.emphasize again that he had no cause One day the head of the treasury for Bradford county, Florida in chancery, in WE PREPAY ALL

for changing, rather was"he strengthened epartment[ send for a designer named I husband favor of Lois complainants Adkins and and A.against Z. Adkins.W. her N. EXPRESS CHARGES 4

in the belief that the state would I George Morgan and commissionedlira Murdaugh and Eunice Murdaugh his wife,
..- be cutting off one of its vital members to design the stamps for the new before defendants the, courthouse the undersigned door will at Starke offer for Flor-sale Write for Our Complete Price List on all :

; if,it turned these lands over to ilver dollar that was soon to be is- ida. during the' legal hours of sale on Mon- Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South
day. December ;th, 1914 to the highest and | '.
bdividoala .of foreign corporation i sued. The stamp for one side was best bidder for cash the following described .

_, control for development and exploita quickly made, but Morgan hunted real Starek estate, county bin of ft Bradford and being State in the of town Florida of; iI t -

tion. long and diligently for a lace fair twit
Lots one two six seven and ten in block
enough to adorn the other side. One' two, in Truby and Davis addition to the town
Remarkable Cure of Croup. of Starke. Chas. Blum
lay a artist introduced him to
A. S. CompanyS
Last winter when CREWS.
my little boy had Anna Willis Williams, and immediately 1-6-St.. Special Master in Chancery.MASTER'S .
.croup I got him a bottle of Chamber
he knew his search was ended I,

lain's Cough Remedy. I honestly believe for here was the exact type of face' is bereby given SALE.Notice that under and by The largest and oldest mail order
it saved his life," writes Mrs.J. virtue of a final decree o fforeclosure made house in the South. Established over quarter of Cen.
le wanted. Anna was persuaded to ond rendered November 2nd 1914. by the
B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "It cut the serve as his model. And so the girl Judge I of the cireuirt court of the Eighth. POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE '188 j
phlegm and relieved his Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and for Bradford
coughing was had never had an extra dollar inter county in chancery, in favor of M. H.
spells. r am most grateful for what Markey, complainant, and against L J. Min- Jacksonville Florida
h life
thousands of
saw shining
shew and G. A. Epperson defendants, the undersigned -
this remedy has done for him. For coins bearing her image. will offer for sale at the old Dekle
sale by all dealers. mill site in or near the southern limits of the
The dollar is the true cosmopolite; incoroporated town of Lake Butler in Brad-
Cord county.. Florida. where the Drooertv here- _
THE SCHOOL AND HOME. it goes around the world and into allthe I matter described is located. during the legal 5
'I walks thereof. No glittering palace hours of sale on Monday, December 7th, : I
I 1914, to the highest and best bidder for cash,
Had it not been for the home and but keeps open for it; no den I the following described personal property, faK NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. ,
of sin but knows its power. Todayn wit: Notice is hereby given that all creditors, I +++++-111111111111 fI++I'++
for, the school, civilization would today One saw mill outfit consisting of one legatees, distributes and all persons having I COFFINS +
miladi's silken purse; tomorrow in twenty horse power engine and twenty-five claims or demands against the estate of D. +
be but a stone's throw from the the hone power boiler, one saw frame and saw S. Wheeler late of Bradford County. Florida. ft Full Line of + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +.
beggar's uplifted palm and the
dark caverns of ignorance, superstition mill outfit, one certain saw bell and all at- ieceased. are hereby required to present the -
third day stained with blood in theriminal's tachments. same duly authenticated to the undersigned Undertakers' Supplies + +
and mental inertia of the dark] JOE HILL WILLIAMS will be held in bar thereto and all in- I
c So it and As Special Master in Chancery.D. persona I + (The following, schedule is + J
grasp. runs reruns Ill be held in bar hereto. and all indebted
persons -
To those
aces. who believe in God I, E. KNIGIft.Solicitor Always on band. The bee eer.
the bamut of its changing existence to said estate are required to pay their + now in effect: + '.
und have faith in the, present and for Complainant114St said debts to the administrator forthwith. Tioe at the lowest prices. Special I
; 'and wherever it goes it bears D. W. MANNING, I + No. 3, Jacksonville to Tarn + '
hope for the future
there can be no attention to Telegraph Orden.
of the estate of D. S.
Wheeler +
the placid face of the beautiful girlto NOTICE TO APPEAL deceased. pa, due at Starke 11:02 A. M. +
.j( progress and no improvement with- In circuit court. Eigthth Judicial Circuitof -
whom it often ll-6-8t + N..,1, Jacksonville to Tam '+ :
< rat the home-the clean, wholesome was a stranger. Florida Bradford county. Registered Embalmer
home where the Romance is not a lost item nor an Bank of Starke a corporatijn I + pa, dae: at Starke.11:14 ,P. M., 4 '
family grows in VB MASTER'S SALE. .
bond of love unknown quantity in this prosaic T. M. Shaw et at Hereby notice is given that under and by + No. 15, Jacksonville :to Ce- +
$ brotherly to carry out world. Notice U Appear. virtue of that certain final decree of fore- DcWlTT C. JONESSesoctoC.Ctjvunston&Co. + dar due '
Look Key at Starke
at face the dollar ,
on .
its good influence for the race into The State of FloridaTo loaure made by the judge of the Eighth -
in your purse and see if think it T. M. Shaw, Greeting: udicial Circuit of Florida. in chancery sit- + P.M. + t.
the world'and make the world better you It having been shown by affidavit that the ting, in the circuit court for Bradford county, t 1
and more tolerable, The home is the i Memphis Commercial Appeal. defendant, T. M. Shaw non-resideut of the Florida. on the 4th day of November 1914, II i. Starke, Fla. I + No.4, Tampa tp Jicksonville + .
state of Florida and that the residence of .n favor of J. H. Sandlin as complainant + due at Starke :49 P. +
mainspring of human civilization and Invigorating to the Pale and said defendant is at Brunswick in the state against G. J. Douglass Ella L. Douglass and : Mo.
Sickly of Georgia, and that the defendant is over .. A. Duncan as defendants. the undersigned + NO.2, Tampa to Jacksonville + .
uplift There it is that all the tenderness I- The[ Old Standard general strengthening tonic. the ape of twenty-one years. H offer for sale during the legal hours of +
of humanity is poured out GROV 'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drives out4aIana.nnchethebIood.andbuhIdupthe5ys. It is therefore, considered and adjudge! ale! on Monday, the 7th day of December, I 5 due at Starke 4:5-tA. M. +
? that the said defendant, '.". M. Shaw do ap- ,J14., to the hicheit and best bidder for cash I II. + No. 14, Cedar Key ff'Jack- +
\ from the mother heart and instilled tem. A true tonic. For adults and children SOc xar t othe complainant's 'fill of complaint V following described property: ..
into the boys and herei non or before the 7th day of December The northeast quarter of the southeast quar- sonville, due at Stark 9:21. +
girls'who must go A. D. 1914 in default whereof a decree pro cr and the northwest quarter of the southwest SEEDSWe + A.M.
out in the world and be the men and eonfesso will be entered against the said T. quarter less one (1) acre for school and +
M. Shaw.It five (5) acres on the north side of the south- 'p : +
women of tomorrow. COLDSAn is further ordered that this notice be Aisi quarter of the southwest quarter of section -
published in the Bradford can fill your order immediately + Starke and Wan Eranm
The first step in the world after the County Telegraph twenty-one (21)) containing eighty-four 1 e +
a newspaper published at Starke in BradFord B4l acres more or less; also the'south half for + :
home nest is the school. In truth county, Florida once each week for of the southeast quarter of the northeast crop + "
these : four consecutive weeks. quarter of section twenty (20)). All in township of all varietiesofBERMUDA + No. 101. leaves Starke 6:45 '
two work hand in hand, and in up-to-date remedy for In witness whereof I have hereunto set my five (51 south, range nineteen (19) east +
the same channels for the Sand and affixed the seal of our circuit court, containing in the aggregate cie hundred and A.M. + .
good of the colds. That is what Peruna on this the 4th day of November A. D. 1914. four (1041 acres, more or less in Bradford ONION SEED + No. 104 arrives I
human race. The boys and girls in W. T. WEEKS county, Florida and also one (1) gray mare at -Starke +

school are preparing themselves to is. In successful use over (SEAL) By R. A. WEEKS.Clerk. nnle"Mary.about" eleven (11) years old named ONION SETS TURNIP SEED I + 2:45 P. M.'I

ake up the burdens of the morrow, 50 years. l-6-5t.. Deputy Clerk. JOE HILL WILLIAMS CABBAGE SEED OATS + +
Special Master. +
when we have laid them Limited Trains i + 4
down and GUARDIAN'S SALE. j-
gone to that rest and Notice is hereby given that four weeks after NOTICE OF FIRST MEETING OF CREDI- RYE ETC I II + _M __- 1 +
peace that Colds are caught In date, to-wit, the 9th day of December, TORS.In + No. 9 :
knows no waking. many 1914. the undersigned as guardian for Char. the district court of the United States I Complete stock of Jacksonville Tam- +
ways: Illy garden and I
As ventilated rooms; lie V. Cylatt. Theo. Emma Clyatt Sallie E. for the Southern District of Florida. In + pa, due at Starke 12:51 P. M. +
f important as having a clean, rooms that have direct Markham and husband Carl Markham, William lankruutcy. 'I field seeds, pcultry feed, and J '
I'' good home is the necessity for clean draughts; J. Clyatt. Walter N. Clyatt and wife In the matter of H. T. Dowling. of Rai- + No. 10, Tampa to Jacksonville -, +
crowded supplies incubators
rooms; damp Hazel Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. minors, etc. 1
ford. Florida in the count +
; y ofBradford I due at Starke 6:19
P. 3! +
food .
schools. The school should be stuffy school will apply to the Honorable Gooree A. Gardiner aforesaid, bankrupt. i
U rigid in rooms; offices lily county judge of Kradfprd county Flor- Notice is hereby given that on the second WRITE FOR OUR FALL CATALOG I + T. J. Griffin, Agsat. + .i !
teaching manners and in heated.A Ida. at his office in Starke, Florida, on the Jay of November. A. D. 1914. the said H. AND
teaching a proper regard one for dose date above written for an order t,,j and another of Peruna at the right private sale the interests of the aboV named lia tthe first meeting of his creditors will beheld LIST ON POULTRY FEED, &c +++.++44'+++4+44+.H4++4'++ :
f for all, as it has fort time, at the first : minors to the hereinafter described real estate in the office of the clerk of said court j
teaching the rudiments symptom of as follows, to-wit: in the government building in the city of !
, or refinements : cold, before the bones begin to The southeast quarter of southwest quarter Jacksonville, Duval county Florida on the -
', of a complete education. In the' ache, before the I and the southwest quarter of southeast 4th day of No\ember. A. D. 1914. at 10 OLDEST ESTABLISHED AND URGES NOTICE. -
school sore throat. quarter of section thirty-six (36). township o'clock A. M., at which time said creditors I' In eirrnu' court eighth judicial circuit, in '
the work begun in the home manifests itself, or the live (5)). and west half of northeast quarter may attend. prove their claims appoint arustee SEED HOUSE IN FLORIDA I and I-' Bradford county State.cfFlorida, in
must be completed to make the solid the cough, or ef northeast quarter and the northwest quarter examine the bankrupt, and transact I Chcucery sitting. .
discharge from the of northeast quarter of section one (1). Emma N.
, nose, just such other business as may property come Clyatt. Complainant I .
.ittbstantial, worth-while citizens, who a dose township six (6) all in range seventeen (17)), before said meeting. ** Partition
or two of
, 'c1n Peruna before south and east containing 140 acres; also Jacksonville: Florida, November 3rd, 1914. Sallie E. Markham and bus- r.
carry on and on and ever upward, these symptoms begin is east half of northeast quarter of northeast CHAS. S. ADAMS. E. A. Marlin Seed Co I'' band. Carl Markham. Theresa .
the gener- quarter and southeast of !
\\ work that civilized do quarter northeast Referee in Bankruptcy. F. Anderson and husband J.
man must ally
to sufficient. But after the cold quarter, less ten ((10) acres in southeast corner F. Anderson, et al, defendants. :
.' r life the race to that high place of is once established and southwest quarter of northeast quarter SHERIFF'S SALE.Notice AY. .206 East Bay St., To Theresa! F. Anderson and kufcland. J.
*iadom and worth that will above with the and north half of north half of northwest is hereby given that I. S. B. Denmark F. Anderson, and Crawford W. (..$aU, nonresident ;
fit us for symptoms prominent quarter of the southeast quarter section one sheriff of Bradford county, Florida. Jacksonville Florida defendants. \
jaa existence where all is good and bottle of Peruna a (111. township six (6) .south range seventeen under and by virtue of that certain writ of You and each of you are h :* ia or maybe two, ((17) east. containing one hundred acres (100)) execution issued out o fand under th e seal to appear to a bill of complaint th day filed f .
i jl glory and peace and happiness will be necessary. more or less ; also south half of southeast of the circuit court of Bradford county, Flor- I j against you Emma N. Cryatt 1:, the fore-
perfection.-Jacksonvlle. quarter of southeast quarter, section thirtysix ida. against R. H. Reynolds and G. W. Scott. ;oinir cause on or before the 28fb Jay of November .
!t I 1*. "For .everal years I have been (36) township five (5), south range seventeen nd in favor of A. Z. Adkins on and dated NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED A. D. 1914. That said tyll U filed
troubled With colds at each (17) east containing twenty ((20):: acres \o\ember 3rd, 1914 will offer for sale and UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER I in the office of the clerk erf the eheuil court I .,
of Beason. I took Peruna change more or less; also southeast quarter of southeast ell to the highest and best bidder therefor 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. Starke, Florida. J :-
not been troubled with and have quarter of northeast quarter and north 'or cash at the court house door in the town Notice is hereby given that A. Z. Adkins, It U further ordered that th'a- notice be
4 EVEN KENTUCKY. cold this entire season.the .Ughteat half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter ,f Starke. Bradford county. Florida on Monday purchaser of tax certificate No., 179, dated the published in the Bradford County; ;Telegraph,
Mr. Harry and north half of northwest quarter ol the 7th day of December, 1914. the same a weekly newspaper published in Bradford
1st of ,
191 day July A. D. 1912 has filed said
iaw a laden camel go through theWecfle'a more. Md. Mosher St.. Balti- southeast quarter, all in section one (1). town- King a legal sales day of caid eourt. during certificate in my office and has made application county, Florida for a period of four.eon-
ship six 461 south seventeen (IT) seeuti..eeeks..
range the legal hours of sale the following -described i
"I for tax deed to issue in accordanceiith
eye, have gIve the children Peruna If they east, containing sixty ((60) acres more or less : real estate situated in Bradford law. Said certificate embraces the fol- In witness whereof I have hereciito set my
: 1 a cold and it always relieves also northeast quarter of northwest quarter count Florida, to-wit ',nd and affixed! the seal of tb court at
tt* the : %
tbem. nwing situated in Brad
; trust that paid its fine Mra. L D. and the southeast northwest property '
Hayes quarter of Starke Florida. this
; Hill 1937 Druid quarter Commencing at the northeast corner of a ford county, Florida to-wit the 20th &y- of Oc<<:
old Kentucky dry." "When Ave.. Baltimore, lid. and the north half of northeast quarterof two acre tract of land off the north end of Southeast quarter of southwest: quarter ol tober. A. D. 1914. Honorable J.T.: Wills!
, I feel a cold southwest quarter section one ((1), township Judge. ::
No coming on I the west half of the northwest quarter of the section L
doubt take twenty-three township six. south
-1 r the popular writer who "a little peruna, and It does me six (6) south. range seventeen ((17) outheast quarter of the Bortheatt quarter of anjre twenty, east. W. T. WEEKS, :;
' 1Iad this good. Mr. Charles S. Many 13 Water east, containing one hundred acres (100) acres section twenty-eight in township six south. Clerk of 0init Court.
vision of St.. The said being assessed at the date of issuance
"impossibilities OssInIng 1\
Y. more or less. Total number of acres described Cone & Chapman,
twenty-two east and thence west
range ; run of such certificate in the of Un- :
t WiII.lIOOn see the necessity of revis. Peru.na"No family should ever be wlthQut here .in four hundred and twenty ((420) I too feet to a point of beginning : thence run 'nown. Unless said certificate name shall be redeemed Solicitors for complainant.By -
Int ft for It Is an unfa.llIng acres more or less. situated in Bradford vest 100 feet thence souht 309 feet : p. A. WKSKS,
; ., cure : run ;
Old for according to law tax deed will issue
Kentucky famed cold a. 1frs. U. F. county Florida. 1 Seal)) Clerk.
so long Jones, Burn- thence run east 100 feet; thence run 'north the Ivi) ity
on 16th day of November. A. D.
ing ereon
Sprmgs, Ky. This 3rd of November, A. D. 1914. 102351.How; .
r rJJta whiskey and for its bibulous day ;;uU feet to the said point of beginning: said I 1914t t : ,
->d being 100 feet east and west and 309 Witness official signature and seal this ---
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has gradually been getting Whenever You Need a Uenerai Ionic Guardian for Charlie V. Clyatt. Theo. Emma feet north and south in the town of Starke. the 12th day Of October, A. D. 1914. To Give Quinine To Children.
r and I Take Grove's Clyatt. Sallie E. Markham and fcus S. B. DENMARK W. T. WEEKS.
J2 dryer until today only four-I The band. Carl Markham, William J. Cly ll-G-at. Sheriff Bradford County Florida. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Florida. FEBRILJNElstbetrade.marlt name fciven to an y
,out of its Old Standard Grove's Tasteless att. Walter N. Clyatt and wife Kaze ;
120 counties remain By R. A. WEEKS, improved Quinine. Ills a Tasttlest S).np,pleas
-. Of the dull Tonic is equally valuable as a Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. Important. 10-16-5L Deputy Clerk. ant to take and doe not djs-arb tin*stomach.
twelve counties which General Tonic because it CONE & CHAPMAX.Attorneys Children take it and sever know it U Quinine.
'tIeJd tlections I contains the for Petitioner. Bear in mind that Chamberlain'sTablets Piles Also especially adapted to adults w.io cannot
September well known tonic Cured in 6 to Days
28 14
vot- properties of .
fA' QUININE 11-6-51. take ordinary Quinine. Does not osv ] bowels but
out the and IRON. It : not only move the Yojr druggist will refund if PAZO I
liquor traffic making acts on the Liver, Drives money cause lIervoUlDeIlDorrinein in the lead. Tryit
tal a to0i1OcOuntie3nowdy I out :Malaria, Enriches the Blood and If it's news, it's in the Bradford improve the appetite and strengthen OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itcaicg, the next time you need Quinine tot any pur.
I Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Piles in StoHdayi.. pose. Aft for 2-onnce, original, package. The
/ Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents. I It I County Telegraph. 1 the digestion. For sale by all dealers. 'ite .... -;;!.c.:...:. ores Eis, *nd lte t. Kc. amt FCJl&lUM;u blcwn is bottle. 25 cenu.
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4 4 .___ s LA WTEY. E. & Colombo kg out of road __ .25 'M. Cameron 'constable. *> LM I I -
'4;,\r L. B. Varna gen n4 work _, 15tQuitter. win Lee witness LM FR LlCK.HARRIS- :
: Lamber *'Supply Co, lumber 32.09 Geo. A. Gardiner cue M Jones 123 .
. rI Mr. W. F. Godwin, of Jacksonville, T. B. Rosier PIt road work T.OO H. B. Bennett const Jut ;.
E. L. Smith bleW bridge per contract 100,03 Willie Miller witness ..- LM The sly little god of
was in Lawtey on business the first M. Camercn. eoostaMt 42.80 Samuel Brown do LSO love, Dai:

'; 1. I News Items of the week. S. T. Dowliag. 2 day road iasp LOG Henry Bennett do T' U. pid has, Seen playing ljt
County Carl Whiten lumber and haohng 1.75 S. B. Denmark delivering Will Moore of p
Messrs. Duncan and En* Rhoden, 0. M. Alvarez, gem road work 3,00 to Gainesville Jan .. .. 840 in. WortKngton Springs <

I of Macclenny, were called to the bed- 8 JonnLSt&Jiby.do T. Iicnri llC. 2 days road iasp __ *8.00-5 S.J. L.a Warren Denmark.phone do at JaR- LOO 840 past fe-II months, bringing '" .

ide,of their brother, Mr. Enoch R. Geo. '!o&ir.scs. repairs to bridge 1.00 J. Warren .phone at jail .. LOO quite a nrcnber weddings *"
) I Intercctta* Itets Gathered DurI I the Week br OurRefubr L. 3. \arnu. gen road work _, 4J5 A. H. Freeman co paysicia 6.00 that ,
Rhoden, Tuesday. Mr. Rhoden was J. J. Z.1atioroad work per contract C.M B. D. Keller case Walter Ehoden.... 2.72 complete Surprises to friend, Gf
t 11 Correspondents. taken ill C. A. Roberta a days imp roads _, 12.00 S.T.Johm.dsdo 7.W .
seriously young lWfple, whom
suddenly and is
I .
Ray Marks. 43 stamps C.45 Mack Moore witness J ... LOO Copid.
; 16 I__ I still in a serious condition at this Will Catkins repairs to bridge 140 Rance Bitts do ? LOO out to entangle with his Jo.e .
r f. B. E. Brown, gen road work It25 Eli Thompson do __- L15Wm.
-- writing (Wednesday evening). J. L. Brown do 52.00 Johnson do -- 1-15 arrows. ,'_

dental work is Miss Susie Belle Blanchard G. W. Whitemore. do 64.00 Alien Yates. do 1.00 .No one lojew, until just d2.
glad to the com is a few
if' LAKE BUTLER. say Tommie Thomas. do ZlM Brent Gri<<"w. do _- 1.00 I
plete. | spending this week with relativesand W. W. Baisden.' feeding convicts-= 102.00 Lawrence Welch, do Leo before tha day set for the 'wej

f,; Mrs. Susie Reed and Mr. Saxon Mr. H. B. Hudson made a business friends in 'Jacksonville. Tom H. B.Jones Harris, do gen road work 63.00 t25 .I Jim Carrie Talor.NeWlODl do, do -- LOG 1.00 Tuesday t Joon, November 10th"

Mr. Marcus Brown Batten. do 2.50 Ed Byrd Juror -- 1-00 Miss EVA' ;Haiiacu
to Jacksonville Friday, returning came from one of
took an automobile trip over to the. trip up J.H. Scarborough, nails plows, etc 8.65 Peter Bm do .- 1.00 liveliest W: _
I' county seat Monday and were quieti' Saturday.Mr. Gainesville and spent Saturday and Hardy Newsom. lumber 35. 8 Frank Rarrington do Loo i ington's young girls, j3
W. A. Pearce building bridge cent 107.50 W. T. Ritch. do -. 1.00w. wed the fortunate
Sunday at the home per ,
hare of his
ly married. They were"serenaded the Noah Carter and family parents, Lee Brannen. gen road work .. 11.60 L Roberts .do 1.00 groom beiae
moved ,into the Lang cottage that Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Brown. Geo. Hurst do 17.50 M.W.Mnn.do 1.00Geo. J. 0. Fralick, of Providence
same evening, the party were invited Spencer Harder do 27.60 A. Gardiner ease W. B. s.b3.12
". into the house and partook of a fine has been formerly occupied by Mr. Mr. J. H. Bostwick, of MCltown, M.CCroft.do 2t25 S. B. Deamark. do &..25Roie I secret got. ut, however, and afte.
Ga. Sam Croft do Williams witness LlO did Valuable ...
Willie Parrish. was a prominent visitor to Law 12.50 many presents 1rere.
1 wedding cake. We wish theDt'much Otis Pearce. do .IiO Leila MeLeod do LID
.-": Mrs. Fred Lang, Mrs. David Lang tey the first of the week. J. J. Nettlees. do 147.00 John Gof do LlG i. ceived frmo friends and relatives
joy.Mr. Rev. L K. Sessions T. G. M .Gay 10.00 T. F. Uemin&wa7 Juror 1.00E. fore theirdeparture.
Stanton of Ki&simmee, has and Miss Alice Prescott were shop- ; of Macclenny, W. S. Croft insp roads 12.00 W. Bicke7. do Loo ::.
ping in Starke Saturday.Mrs. Breached at the Grace M. E. churda H .A. Brannen. gen road work 3.00 i A. O. StriCkland do LtGII. The ceremony was quietly perfoa:,
purchased the.fee plant Mr. Daniels
H. M. Wasden. do '.00 C. Fennell. do 1.00w. ,
last ed
an expert mechanical engineer, is ex Gertie Wilkinson and little I Sunday evening.Mr. D. L. Phillips do %8.1% F. Edwards do LOO at Worthington Springs by 3
I' and Mrs. W. A. G. W. Hieks. do 2-25 F. Co Hollinpworth. do 1.00 T. Taylor. They
daughter Katie and little David Barrett of motored
pected to arrive here shortly and put son, W. M. Andrew do 2.50J. Geo. A. Gardiner cue ErDe KaJ4.04 over *
the machinery In order. visited Mrs .Willie Godwin, of Hgih- Saxton, CoL and Mrs. J. C. Adkins, P. Pamsh do .62 So B. Denmark. do -..., 9.0 relatives, father and sister cf,,'ft
of Jas. Douglass do .. 8.44 D. P. Pullum. witneM 1.00 bride
Gainesville and Dr. C. H. Harrison
and Mrs.
U. Elsie
Mr. H. J. Stewart has vacated the land, Sunday. F.Dyal.do 4.45 Nathan Carter., do oc 1.00 I Birrisa

If': ; big house and has moved to the Rev. James Strickland was called G. Turner and CoL and Mrs. A. Z. Teddy Lewis.* do .. .. ...... 7.81 Joe Tbomaa. do LOO grandfather nd mother of the
cosy J. F.Brooks, 2 shovel 1.70 will 'boInaa. do 1.00
residence lately occupied by Mr. Will i to Evergreen Monday to preach the Adkins ,of Starke, were guests' at the E. D. Aberaathy. lumber 7.61 Westle Sutton. do -. 1.00 V. 'J. Valentine, Mrs. J. M. p

Epperson. funeral service of Rev. J. E. Black. home of Mrs. M. E. Edwards last B. M. Andrew, gen road work 4.60 J. P. Canv do 1.00 They were ::married in the auto JIlt
Soriver Co.. nails and files 3.45 U.C.Cle.nonado. -
.. Lake Butler is proud of the fact He returned home Tuesday. Sunday. ft. B. Andrew. gen road work 22.00 J. Z. Andrews juror 1.00 a short: while. before the train trrh:
Mrs. Olin Boggess is in L. A. Wynn. do __________ .75 Co B. Sthekland do 1.00 ed.
that Mr. Rivers' won first prize for Remember the sing Saturday. Be Jacksonville H. D. May. do 8.50 B.LGyeen.do LOO I

: his plows at the Valdosta exhibition. sure and come. Come, ,we that can't this week as' a delegate to the A. B. Sl rRlICf, insp reads and with G.C.TIUi'.dO LOG Miss Harrison was married ia h!
aNI\"kta. 27.00Kile A .Go Green. dI\ LOG t
The Rivera plow manufactory is the and learn to sing and come we that W. C .T. U. Convention. Wuden gen road work 7.50 Ceo. A. Gardiner. ease Perry Kite 1.96 traveling suit, a blue coat suit, 1rhiQt''

:' .' best industry we have. can and help the others learn..TEMPLE'S Miss Enza Blanchard was a visitorto Chs Mills do 15.62 So B. Deamark. do C.U was most becoming to her pretty f
Joe Pitta, do 13.42 A. G. Greea. witness JUO airj
Rev. Sam McCook, the lecturer, I Jacksonville Monday. E. Innon. lumber 26.72 John BroWD Jllf, do _ 1soChas. colorin- and thrown. fair.-. '"""
Mesdames H. M. Hill E. D. W. E. Pinholster gen road work 52.50 Uaderbill do 140 Mr. Fralici
". gave an interesting discourse in the MILLThe Sayles Jas. V*aL do 4.12 Ben Green do _. UO persuaded his J01mf
and J. M. Moore ar! in a.t >"tfIl"" ilL Dinkina. do 1.25 J. A. Sedgwiek. do UO fiancee to bdf married at .
Methodist once. 3
church Sunday night ------ -
on _ _
E. D. Aberaath1 lumber 9.75 Lacy Edwards do 1.10
at the W. Fralick
C. T. U. is
His subject was "Hinder me not. people here are thinking of Convention- in L. Gru. pa road work 3.12 Roy Roberts do 2JOH. engaged in mercantile fca-.
Jacksonville this week. J. Co Barry. nails and file 3.13 M. Wasden. do 2JtO iness at Providence.
.., Mr. McCook is a blind man. He planting a larger acreage of rice next H. D. Wuden. gen road work 10.15 Geo. A. Gardiner case Marion Reddish 3.92 '
'." gradually lost his sight becoming .spring. It is a profitable crop and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert: Ward, who J. So Griner. cutting out log .%5J. S. B. Denmark. do 15.60 Mr. and Mrs. Fralick left.for Ts.paandothpeinaiterwj :
have been R. Bnill. pa road work 6.27L Andrew Green. witness 1.81 I I1iIrs.
at the
guests home
stone blind some years ago. He works can be grown with a small amount of of Mr. Gray. do 4.31 Andrew Green do 8.60 tin i
undestheauspiceof the W. C. T. U. work. N ** and Mrs. L H. Hill for several days, H. D. Wuden. do 1.15 Levy Green. do 3.60 will go to thoir home in Provid nc. ,.i
Jr.. do .. .
left Rile) Wu4en do 3-12 Andrew Green. 3.60
He holds the attention of the people Mr. W. M. Whistler has on his Tuesday for their home in Bos- Reuben Dial do 25.62 J. R .Davis, juror .- LOOR. Mrs. FraliuSc is the daughter J :
ton, Mass. John Wilkszon do _ 23.50 A. Newsom do 1.00 Mr. C. H. Hrrison. She
.: from first to last, and his addresses farm some rye. This crop can be E. B. Anmw. do 39.30 H. W. Ward. do -_ 1.00 has be j

are interspersed with witty sayings.I raised here and used to a good advan-. Mrs. E. R. Rhoden was shopping TOM Boyk Jl" do 25.50aM.W&saindo W. J. Forsyth, do -_ LOU reared near Worthington: Springs, &otl j
1.00 J. L. Warren .do 1.00
I in Jacksonville -- n. a lovely
Service was held in the Methodist tage for stock. Tuesday. Horace Melva. do _- U7 E. L. Credo LOO youB girl and popular i

church on Sunday morning. Rev. H. Mr. D. D. Leach and Mr. Joe El- Mr. L. H. Hill is the latest to joinin I J. A.R. ounglllDod.BeviU do diJ 1S.76 1.12Co J.F. M.B. Byrd.Dowling.i p d case a _Joe_Fleming_ ___ 248 6.05 a large circle* of friends, who -ii j

b' Logan preached to a good congrega- lington, Mrs.' R. A. Ellington and the automobile line with a Ford Chu. Phillip, do 10.62 C. H. Driggers witness LOO for her very: great happiness ia he i
car. There are now 10 in use in and W. M .Phil1i do 1.60 P. M. Padgett do 1.00 married life and in her new home.
Mrs. D. R. Williams and Mrs. J. R.
tion.The Geo. Rivers d> 8.75 Geo. A. Gardiner ease Lucius Davis 248 I '
Christian church held services Williams near Lawtey. A.M.C1em5d0 3.00John S. B. Denmark do 17.J5
are leading
our Sunday
Serman .. 30.49 John Mack witness .-.. 3.00 1
at the tent on Sunday morning. Rev. chool workers. SHOULD BE Will Williama. 6. 11.62R. Alex Mack do 2.00 VISIT THERESSA.
EVERY FAM. So Humphre.4o 14.00 Howard Thomas do L70 _
0. K. Cull preached = ;:
.. a good sermon. Pastor Rape, of Starke, will preachat E.Parri.h.do- 3050G. A. H. Freeman. county physician for I
Services will be held morning and the main chapel school house here I ILY. Co Tillia. do 145.Z October 6.00 ;J returned Monday from I most';
Henry GreL dit9iDg 10.00Bob A. H. Freeman county physician for
evening in the Baptist church. Rev. every third Sunday afternoon at 3 Haislop. pa N8d work 5.00a. August 6,00Jas. pleatant visit'with friends at Ther

S. S. Proctor will preach. o'clock.Mr. "If I could take only one paper," C. Tillie. reiairlaz bridge 1.60 M. Dell. M. D. visit to Will Moore sa. Saturday night we went 'poa-$ I
2.. L. Sspp bautini lumber %.%5 Alachua county 2.00
said the late Mr.
Justice ;
The Womens' Missionery Society of i J. H. Williams took a bunchof Brewer of J. M. Alvar iho for convicts 8.25 W. W. Baisden guard at jail Ang 20.00 sum hunting and caught a bigfice,| J

I. the Methodist church met at the cane to the Telegraph office, as he the Supreme Court, "It would be TheYouth's J.W.T.A.Jonea Beuent.PIt iiiip road r.da work 20.00 11.60 W.W. W.W. Baisden.Baisden do do Get Sept. 20.00 20.00 fat fellow. .We had him cooked Dice| I

church on Monday afternoon. Miss ind Mr. Oliver Underbill are making Companion-a little of everything Town of Lawte1. 1-1 road tax 113.85 W. W. Baisden. clothes and washing and brown .|th "taters" for dinner|
in a nutshell and unbiased." Town of Hampton. 1-1 road tax 87.63 for insane boy . 2.50
Fay Hodges gave an interesting report sweet drinks out of the cane here. W. T. Weeks keepi$ road book for C. P. Cason. medicine for jail 2.05S. Sunday and ilwas. "shore" fine. '.?

:,. : of the meetings in Live Oak, to He has orders for one thousand The Companion is a family paper in September 10.00 B. Denmark com on fines 89.08 Tosstun pky and raccoon porridge,
W. T. toad book for
which she had been sent as a dele quarts of syrup. We have heard that the completest sense. It provides the October WeeD. keeping .- 10.00 Total 731.08 CookH with'tatera nice and brows,!

,: gate. A stranded woman with- child the soil here suits cane and'potatoesand reading that without failing to in- W.Jack T.Davis.WeeD.PIt bep.d road WRk book for L75 Board adjourned to meet on the Can't be beat to please the boys f I

was sent to Palatka, the society voting strawberries and averything else terest the young, still interests the A1ICDIt 10.00 first Monday in December.W. As they dance and frisk aroun', |

the money for the fare. in the farming line. mature. It unites young and old So vict B. Deamark.camp __deliyer-S--IMn to coa-. 40.00 T. WEEKS, Clerk. Sunday we went to church and SIT il

Did it ever strike you how mean The weather is cool and hog killing through their common enjoyment of DeWitt C. Jones hoes and shovels for. all the pecpleand lots of pretty girls.1|
convicts 1.00 I
I'- and contemptible it is to have a man time is near. delightful fiction, agreeable miscel- DeWitt C Jones- Lumber--" nails 8.73 WHY EGGS ARE SCARCE. Theresa i? a pretty place. Thqj

trust you and for you to betray that Mr. Charley Cooper has a fine crop lany, and the clear exposition of public 8.DeWitt B. Denmark C. Jones difference, do of_.I...... .Ray-. 1.08 is not much"f a town, but it is s

trust? The dealer says, I will trust )f berries. questions.So nolds and int convicts ?___ 163.57 St Louis.-So many foolish and good farming country. The farmen |

: youwiththegoodsandinsteadof Mr. carefully is it edited Conngton Co. convicts clothing 29.00J. have all mad ood Their er3
John Uglow Is grinding cane so variedare W. Andrews A Son. hanlmg convicts childish things in regard to the high crops. .i

appreciating his confidence in you this week. its contents, that it would easily 4.00 price of eggs have appeared in the local and being aJl full Thee are tfl'j

: you neglect to pay him. Do not say Recitations at the debate were giv- supply a family with entertaining fiction S.October B. Denmark delivering convicts. for 20.00 papers of late, all of which put good people & d they are happy. J i

y,u are not able. If you are able to en Saturday night by Mrs. Elliott's up-to-date information and a J. W. White A Son supplies fof'convicts 8.00 the blame on the poor commissionman Mr. G. M. itnnett has a fine p tA'| !

purchase luxuries, take trips, etc. A girl and Mrs. A. 0. Thrower. supply of wholesome fun, if no other W. W. Baisden-board of convict--_--- 14.00 that a well known chicken fan- of berries iti
I manlndebtwholgabletomakesome Everyone is pleased with the teacher periodical entered the house. Total -- __S08LS5 cier has published a reply, in which finest sweet potatoes that I have sea j

; effort: to pay and doe not do it is Miss Susie. She has asked all the If you are not familiar with the FINE AND FORFEITURE FOND. he gives some reasons why high prices anywhere. Sf had the misfortune to,J

: just a common. thief. The Business people to get'ready for a nice Christmas Companion as it is today, let us send S.. B.M.Denmark Byrd. J p feed case for James prisoners Williams_ 127.20F. LIB have prevailed. He writes under a fine mule 8 few days ago, but k1

.. Men? League will soon get these fellows drill and the Sunday school willhave you sample copies and the Forecastfor S. C .Crews. cI. do -_- __ ___ 8.00 the non-de-plume of "Egg Producer is a hard-wofJdng, progressive mID |-
Geo. A. Gardiner, case David Silcox .73
,' on the black list. I a Christmas tree at the Union 1915. S. B. Denmark. do 1.li5 and his article is worth reproducing.It and he will sdf n overcome his losses, |

IA.man'said to me the. other lav. New Subscribers -u..n- _n.n._.. M- -1.21i-- for he baa foe
who : farm Theressa
hapeL J i'.I send S2DO a at
---- --. :tJ :tjfl ;. ..,. I M. A. Drew witness __I _-. 1.25 is as follows: i
4. "I am in debt, but not a luxury until -- for the fifty-two issues of 1915 will I Hebre Underhill. do 1.25 "The many absurd articles appear- and a beautifyl home. ';

; it is all paid." That man's credit BRADFORD. receive free all the remaining issues Allen Ales Underbill Underbill do do _" -. 1.25 1.25 ing daily recently in the newspapers "..' J. B. FLORRID. }

will always be good. of 1914, besides a copy of The Companion Fred Hams, do>> 1.25
-; Geo. A. Gardiner case Henry WadeD: 2.10S. purporting to emanate from would- NOTICE OP APl UCATION FOB TAX nUD
Fire extinguishers and fire buckets Rev. Joe Kelley filled his regular Home Calendar for 1915. B. Denmark. do _- 1.45 be-reducers of the cost of living, suggest UNDER 8EM10N 8 OF CHAPTEZ '
;. Jeff Willie witness L25 4888. LAWS OF FLOBIDA. -
are suspended at intervals THE YOUTH'S I
over appointment here Sunday and Satur- Mike Brown. do 2J5 that it is time for a word froman Notice is here/, riven that G. W. Ald!.
the city. Anyone having a fire will "ay before Ifr\ WM 144 Berkeley St, Boston, Mass. Ben Daly, do 2Meaes producer. Believing that the man. purchaser <$ tas certificate No. 4L Said
just have to Highsmith. do ___ 2.2 the lit day of july A .D.. 1912, has lid I
slip out to the
nearest iBrooker was well represented here J. L .Harrell. do --- 2.21 majority of the people do not know said certificate h.my office and baa made application
one and put it into operation before BOARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS W. W. Farnell. do _ 2.25 for taxi deed to issue In acsorisatt
., Sunday. Come again. Gea A. Gardiner cue Tom Hamilton 3.73 ; the reason of strictly fresh eggs, by with law. Said certificate embraces tilt following
the fire has gained headway. A ser Miss Mattie Stalsby, Rosa Barry MET MONDAY S. B. Denmark. do 6.40 which I mean one or two days oldeggs described property situated ia Bradford .'
ious blaze was extinguished Allen High, witness _ 1.00 county Flor.U. tvwit:
: at the and Cecil Kaborn attended the debateat (Continued John Pall do _________ 1.00 commanding a good price, it Lots 4 and C K bloM 13 in Neman's addition
Methodist parsonage a year ago by Brooker Page 1)). A. G. Dyal. do _-__ __ 1.00J. to Lake Bitler. fcction 30. Towsskv 1
Friday night. Geo. A. Gardiner, insanity Tom may not go amiss to say there are
: seven of these Williams B. Sapp. do. ------ 1.00 5. sooth range 2fr east
machines. What we Mr. Maston Hays attended the debate _. 2.00 Tuck Johns do 2.20J. several absolutely indisputable reasons The said landing glossed at the date rf I
want is H. B. Bennett do 3.60 H. 1.00 the issuance
now a good bucket brigade a Ritch. juror of bxh certificate in the BSBK
hook at Brooker last Friday night. W. W .Ba ;den. do 1.00 J. F. Canova do 1.00 why it is so difficult to procure, I of Unknown. Urless saW certificate shall be I
and ladder brigade organized. We are glad to that the W. W. Baisden. d a do __ 2.50 E. L. Crews. do 1.00 strictly fresh redeemed aeeordii to law. tax deed will issue I
: Lake Butler is report prayer A. H. Freeman. M. D. do 2.00 I A. L. Alvarez. do ._ .._.-_. 1.00 eggs. thereon on t'fe 14th V of December A. "
awakening. Severalof meeting here is progressing nice- J. P. Tomlin on. IL D.. do 2.00 Chas. MeKinney do ._. .- 1.00 "Of the early incubated or hen- D. 1914. r !
the leading men of the town have Ceo. A. Gardiner, insanity John Gong 2.00 I G.W.DYI.dO 1.00 Witness my ofT.eial signature and seal thii I
ly. There was a nice programme S. B. Denmark do eggs, a large percentage, for
Curtis Wade3.88
begun to hustle 10.75 Ceo. A. Gardiner ease the 11th day of yovember. A. D. 1914. .
.. and hustle tall at A. H. Freeman M. D. do __ _________ '
rendered. One of the main featureswas 2.00 S. B. Denmark ,do 7.35 some unaccountable reason, were unfertile W. T. WEEKS. !
that. A splendid little booklet, with : J. P. Tomlinson. M. D.. do 2.00 Maggie Nelson witness 1.50 Clerk Circuit Co art. Bradford CountY Fit.
a duet by Mr. Barney Andrewsand Geo. A. Gardiner, insanity Polly Ann Ethel Moultry. do _-___-- *40 and later hatches brought By R. A. WEKtlS. '
; an original illustration, is being scat- Steve Lewis. Also a nice read- Green __ 2.00 Sam Brooks. do _-_ -, 1.50 young chickens into one of the worst 11-13-St. Deputy Ckit ,
S. B. Denmark. do _
tered broadcast 3.00 J. B. SaPP. do 1.00 -
singing the merits of ing on "Prayer," by Cecil Raborn. Mr. A. H. Freeman. M. D.. do 2.00 W. B. McKinney Juror 1.00 summer for heat and enervating con- NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SAU.
Lake Butler and surrounding country J. P. Tomlinson M. D.. do 2.00 H. S. Billiard do 1.00 Notice is hereby given that I will on Mo-
and its splendid rich Michael Andrews was leader for the W. W. Baisden. do 1.00 C. L. Carter do __- 1.00 ditions that almost anyone has ever day the 23rd day of November. 1914 beg
soil. afternoon. Mr. Arthur Edwards will Geo. A. Gardiner inquest John Williams A. A. Hutchinson do 1.00 I experienced. That is not only retard- I ninK at ten o'elcik in the forenoon. tell at
Mr. Hearn has succeeded Mr. 4.90 G. W. Dyal. 'Sr.. do 1.00B. public outcry to the highest and best bidder
be' our leader for next Sunday. Everybody W. W. Baisden. d a do ____ 7.80 G. Dyal. do ____ 1.00 ing the development of the young for cash all the personal property belonzuf
Younger as editor of the Bradford remember to come and to B. D. Kelley .j p do Rob Denmark 3.80 Gea A. Gardiner case Frank Steven- chickens, naturally delaying their to the estate of I:. S. Wheeler. late of Bradford -
k. S. B. Denmark do "
County Times. Bro. Hearn is 5.80 son ---- -- n 2.31 county, deceived. Said personal property
4 cot new bring a friend. H. W. Raiford. juror do 1.30 S. B. Denmark. do --_- 2.55 producing period, but the same con- consisting of household gOuda all Be*.
; at this kind of work. Mr. i Mark Tomlinson. do __ ___ 1.60 Annie Stev p&on. witness 1.00A. and one new Ford automobile. ttid saw W
Chisby Benton visited Mrs. Fred Waters, do 1.3C I G. 7&1. do ___ _-_ -_ 1.00 dition had a similar effect in weakening be held at the late residence of Mid decel.idin
Maggie Johnson Sunday.Mr. Ben Andrews do 1.30 i Geo. A. Gardiner ease Mack Orandy 2.08 the older hen, delaying her molt- the town of Suirke Florida.
Ed Byrd. do __.__ _ 1.30 S. B. Denmark. do ___ 7.85 .D .W. MANNrI1G.S
CLAYHILL. Alvin Raborn, Mabry and Malcolm J. G. Bitch do ______-__ 1.30 C.A._ nantmer. cue Norah Viekers 3.52s. ing and the resumption of her egg 11-13-2L Aaministntor.NOTia .
Harrell attended the debate Johnnie Addison. witness _...... 1.00 B. Denmark. do U5 -
at Roman Addison ,do ________ 1.05 Race Cox, witneaa _____ 1.10 producing. : OF ELECTION. ,
Rev. James Strickland is grindingcane Brooker Friday night. Columbus Johns do 1.05 Addie GU'ODI .do 1.10 "This combination of conditions pre- By virtue of tb iiower vested them nr
Will Yarborough. do _- __ 1.05 Henry EdJ. do __ 1.10 the school laws of Florida. the Bokri of Pah'ie -
this week. Hope you will make Fielding, of Jacksonville, wasa Stella Thomas. do 1.05 Chas. Crutchfield. juror 1.00J. vailed to such an extent that large Instruction of :Bradford county areby or-

some good syrup, Jim. visitor at the home of Mrs. W. M. Mrs. Rhoden. do 1.05 R .Mattox. do 1.00L. flocks, irrespective of whether theyare ter an election tL* held en the 5th day
. '. O J. Griffin. juror inquest John William L. SaPP. do 1.00 December. A. D J914. at the following P-
Miss Florence Crews, who has been Harrell Saturday. -- -. .. i 2.70 W. J. Frierson do -- 1.00 equipped with the latest devices for the purpose of electing three trusted at
r Cane grinding will M. W. Mann do _ ._._ 1.35 W. H. Whitehead do 1.00 the next two yean and to determine V*
visiting in Starke for soon be the order and improvements or are the
I a number of W. L. Johns do 1.35 J. B. Mills do _- 1.00 average imnunt of millage to be assessed.
!," times, having dental work done, visited I of the day, as several of our J. H. Jones. do 1.35 I Ceo. A. Gardiner. cue John Mack ._ 3.74I I II farm. brood of chickens, are not yielding Tberessa. Inspretors of election. Ed O1*
:' M. H. Sweat do 1.35 I B. Denmark. do 1i.10 tey, J. W. Battenand, D. W. Moore
( ': there again Saturday and we are i farmers are getting ready for grinding Jaek Davis do 1.35 Edna II. Davia. witness 1.00 but. about 15 per cent of their F. G. SCHELL.
now. Albert Ellis witness 1.00 Lula Henry do %..00Silu broods ll-13-4t Secretary.
; some even less. fan-
i Manuel Hampton do _______ 1.00 Kite do 2.00 --- --
,.;, Mr. Purvis Mott and Math Dukes W. W. Farnell. M. D. servkes __ 10.00 Howard Thomas, do 1.60 ciers, who have very small flocks, NOTICE OF- REWARD.
attended church here Geo. A. Gardiner. insanity Anna Cox2.00 G. M. Sistrunk Juror 1.00 State .f Ftofida-ExecgtiTC: OFiet.
Saturday night. S. B. Denmark do __ 3.85 Jacob Johna. do J.OO that are pampered may be doing a Whereas. it has.been officially made kno**
J. P. Tomlinson. M D., do 2.00 Jesse Strickland. do 1.00J. trifle better; but again to the cost of to me that in or about the month of September -
SAPP.! E. L. Biggs. M. D.. do 2.00 W. Edwards do 1.00 and October. A. D. 1314, in Bradford S
W. W. Baisden. do 1.00 Roy Turner. do 1.00 the egg. county Florida. oneFRANlf
Miss Vera Sapp and brother, Truce J. C. Gainey, wood for conrt house- 20.00 Oscar Alvar. do 1.00Geo. "The man or woman who has been N. ANDREWSthen
Sapp, were visitors to their Bradford County Telegraph printing... 193.50 A. Gardiner. cue Clifton House 2.13 county treasurer of Bradford county.
uncle, Mr. Louis H. Hill dept reg officer dist 1_ 6.00 So B. Denmark. do 7.81i giving special attention to producingeggs Florida committed the crime of embeutaM
Strength L. L. Sapp, at Lawtey'Sunday. Henry L. Foyler. do 2 __ __. ... .. 8.00 Ceo. A. Gardiner. case Amos Vickers 3.00 at.this of funds belonging to the said county Of ,
particular time
John D. Pearce do 3 when after
6.00 So B. Denmark. do UliL. Bradford. and that the civil authorities
Mr. James R. Merritt, of Raiford, A. H. Williams do 4 __ 6.90 B .BuUer witness 1.10 they are so hard to produce, has done diligent effort have found it impossible It
for Motherhood was visiting friends at Lawtey Saturday A .A. Haien do i _. 6.00 Lewis Guyonz do 1.10S. discover and capture the said F. N. Andre**.

F.A.SCOtt.dOS 6.00 E. Franklin. do 1-10 so at a great expense by feeding all who ia alleged to have committed the -
RI BUTTHEKHOOD. not a and Sunday.Mr. A. A. Futch. do 7 6(0 J. B. Cowar juror .._- 1.00 kinds of tempting food and giving crime of embezzlement. ..
Ill tine for experiment but R. T. Merritt of R. H. Weaver do 8 .__- 6.00 J. C. Gainl7, do 1.00J. Now. therefore. -acting under the author!
for .- Sapp, who has R. T. Taylor, do 9 _-. &.00 W. Edeards do 1.00Tate the chickens almost hourly attention. vested in me as Governor of the State <
4 IL prawn qualities, and nothing been in the turpentine business for Kite. do Florida. I do hereby offer a reward ofONE .
exceeds the vane of good 47 Total ________________,'n.1I___n: Noon Jones, do ... .. .......-- 1.00 1.00 Does it ever strike these reducers of HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLtAEJ
rl cheer needful exercise and years, says he is going to quit BUILDING FUND. Jesse Strickland. do __ 1.00 the cost of living that no one is for the arrrest arid delivery to the sheriff
1 I'SCOTT'S EMULSION. turpentine and try farming Quigley Lumber A Supply Co.. labor on Ceo. A. Gardiner case E. L. Smith... 1.48S. go- Bradford county. Florida of the said F. >
near plumbing ---___._________ 9.40 B. Denmark. do ___ 4.55 ing to do this work and spend his Andrews, charged as aforesaid.
SOOTTS EMULSION charges the Raiford. We hope Mr. Merritt every ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND. Geo. A. Gardiner, case Ernest Fenton 2.13 without IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
blood with life-eu tainlng HchncM. success, for he is well James Reynolds, mules and wagons, S. B. Denmark. do 10.10 money expecting to have have hereunto set my band an j
nervous conditions a respectedand guards etc for convicts __ 262.80 Plummer Bryan witness 1.50 some return, and I an quite sure the caused the great seal of the State
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suppresses hard working citizen of this coun- James Reynolds moles wagons, etc., Nelson Tift. do 1.60 (Seal). of Florida to be affixed at TaUa-
the quality and quantity of milk for convicts _-_ 47.10 Geo. A. Gardiner. ease B. H. Sloeum- 1.48 marketer of fresh eggs would not do ha eee. the Capital this the i..
and insures sufficient fat. ty.Mr. James Reynolds Shovels, guards, cap S. B. Denmark do. 6.85 so either.-Ncw York Producer. day of Jfotember.. A. D. 1914.
Merritt's native tain for convicts 78.97 Ceo. A. Gardiner. do S PARK TRAMMEL
11II COD UVER 011......th.LMe.k. ..., home is North 2.08 .
... UIIE aM SODA .. W. C. Whitten & Co.. shovels axes etc 10." S. B. Denmark. case Steve Heart _' 10.85 :. Go'By
.raid aadsaaketeMBis*easy. Carolina, having spent 27 years in A. D .Andrews Mere. Co.. shirts for W. T. Reaves j p ease Jim Jones 1.66 Piles Cored In 6 to 14 Days the Governor attest:'
U.. AP.JiS.&iS-tS& .AbW the northern part of Georgia and convicts __ _. __ 5.00 J. B. Dowling. d a do __ 10.25 Your druggist will refund money if PAlO .H. CLAY CRAWFORD,
James Reynolds, boarding convicts 51.33 F. M .Byrd. j p ease Pearl White... 1.63 OINTMENT fails to Secretary of State.Bead .
cure of
t' any case Itching, .
moving to Florida 5 years ago. W. A .Bessent paid discharged convicts 10.00 J. B. Dowling d s do 2.25 Blind.Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days ',. -
W. G. S als. j p case Jim Williama1.14 W. G. Seals. j p ease Wm. Johnson.. 2.25 The"nalicaHopcivesEas. 'od SesS.' Oc., the Telegraph-11.50 !.

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