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 20, 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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System ID: UF00027795:01995
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XXXVI. / STARKE, FLORIDA,. Friday, November 20, 1914. NUMBER ,20. :..'

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GOOD SEED IS NECESSARY TOOK. FOURTH PRIZE. Our school was increased ':Monday the. seh library. It:is an old classicof MURDERERS JAIL. RESOLUTION:. PASSED .'..t _..

----- Inea CO years of and has been '
;y twelve new pupils, Hendry age pre- 4

Ffwo; Crops A Year Can Be Mr. F. M. Rivers, who managed the nd.Annie ,Hogans entered the chart sented by both professionals and '. Sheriff, L.,il. Dyal, accompanied by Warrants Issued in' Payment ,.'".' I .i

:\. Bradford county exhibit at the recent amateurs to the great delight of the ))r. Dyess, 'went over ,to. Starke last '.

'*, GrowninThiSPt0f Georgia-Florida Fair, held at Val- class; Wilmot Maseley, Katie Chase audiences. week and brought back John Babb, of Bills For The Past 4'
The South. dosta, Ga., returned home last Thurs- and Scynthia Woodward, 'the first I. We have not heard the.,amount t 'alter Richardson and Abner Rich- Mon'th. ?: ,
hy after making business visits ina grade; Carl Hayes, the second grade; ; that was 'cleared from' last Friday irdson, colored, who are charged with -'. lib

'*" (By W-F. Holmes). number of Georgia cities. Roy Tompkins, Rsnse Johns and Rus-I evcrin.. entertainment, but those "the' murder'of a negro by the name of Board met pursuant to adjour. _

corn is as staple as sugar, He brings the gratifying report ie Hogans, the third grade; Leo ,who missed the occasion! failed to hears "oha Williams' near the Bradford and meat-: '
Ii Broom
II the short crops cf recent years that the agricultural exhibit of Brad- aas, the fourth grade; and Willie rare musical treat. Mr.'Miller is a I !eker county line several weeks ago. Minutes: of last meeting read and '' .
and ford took the fourth prize of 1l1e darkies were arrested and placedin ,
-mcda U; as marketableThe hot couty Johns and Edna Gena, the fifth grade. > violin artist of rare skill and ability, approved. '. "
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winds and drought of the Oklahoma $50.00 among a very strong and,numerous Dr John Thackston, State High!II and in ()nrmber. proved that he wasa jail at Starke and were to have County Treasurer'wag' ordered not :. '
field of competitors, and but been ,tried at the faIt'term of the
district, where broom corn is mostly School Inspector, was a visitor to our "fiddler" cs well as a violinist to .pay any warrants issued by'school froard :
for the fact that some of the nearby I Bradford county court, but it was dis- :
grown: gives us no ,assurance of a -chool Wednesday of this week. Dr.].i Ccl. Peek ras promised to come to : unless properly'ei1dorscd.. .. '> i
; ounties included live stock in their 'yered that the murder was committal -
normal crop. 'In fact, for several I' expressed himself as well pleasedvith /he school Friday 'afternoon, Decem- Midway school trustees are authoi'ed' ,- : ,
.exhibits, while Bradford county had about 100 feet over in the'Bakr t .
tfc" has not averaged one- educational outlook; I to purchase four windows_ and
crop the general her 3, ard Hiver lecture TIa
years none, our standing would have been i I I a on *>- county lire and instead of being tried r '
has door. '
resulted one ,
This shortage
halt "crop.. of warehouse. considerably higher, if not indeed at 'or all Florida and Starke in particu-i jtation i : Life in the Old South. We in Bradford the men were turned over An order ,
in ths depletion was passed ordering the '
<< :J.e head of the list. -Lake Butler !tr. He complimented the teachers i.I vore ,that ouite a number of our to the Baker county authorities.
all the country, and consequently county tieasurer to transfer ,
stocks over $73.91 .,
Times. trd pupils on their new and commod- friends fron town will avail them The crime for which they are accused '
hitrh priced corn, so.it has f rom the funds of district No. 9 t. .
can.be "aus building, which he says is not : selves of this occasion to come'out of is ,a brutal one; the old negro he > '
well to broom The earliest cultivating ac- general said
raid and paid grow fund, : sum havingten "
I' omplished by means of a section har -irpased' in comfort and convenience I -nd ijooj. the colonel. He will tell us John WilliamS; ingIound mur- previously autlorized by thu- ,

con.- by a school building In Florida. Thtre about that del'crhtful period of tiiro: :igred in the woods, it'being supposedat -
The early years of growing broom row. If the seed is planted in the tees of said district for the purpose .

'corn'in this country began back East furrow, the harrow should be drawn I vera three suggestions for the im- so.rptly a' d <*el'rbtfulv! described in the time that robbery was the tf having an assistant for the school. -: *- -'

and has crept "rovement of the school given by the, "Lorna Carsewell." The "big bus" 2.use. Palestine
.in\New; .York State. 'engthwise to the row at first, and asked for:footway bridge "c-5
western Oklahoma Doctor, en increased physical laboratory Hs been barned, the old cabins have -Babb'and the Richardson's have New .1
westward until today later a sled cultivator can be used to across River between Pine Grovd '

: stands first, with Illinois a kill the, weeds, which appear along equipment a manual training all rotted down but to the old timers nothing to say regarding the crime, ': Rosier school, which' refused., itI

f,dose second in amount of production 'he sides and bottoms of the furrows. icd domestic science department and 'thei1' memory is still fresh and frag- ither than to deny any knowledge of The chairman was instructed to'oi- c',

third place. Illi- *n our library more books on history, 'l1Chthe it. They will remian in jail here until Ier! '
; ,, .Kansas taking Broom corn produces a great many beautiful strain of Osian necessary seats for Lake Butler ;

.#...-noi takes the lead for growing the I v.eding roots very near the surface 'sen as Woodrow Wilson's History of "It13, Ho memory of joys that are the spring term of court.-Mac-I :ind Five Acre and BiallinV schools. m j

I/fin st brush, 'if) the ground, and for this reason all lhe United States, Lord's Ecacon" t>ast' ard pone sweet and mournfulto :lenny -Times. A motion was made to raise salary ;I

|? A Word About Soil. : shallow Lights of History, Watson's biogra- ih& '" of Ruby Pecples. Carried..' ,
: ., Cultivation should be very soul. .If the colonel's lecture Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a YP'''''. | ,

As a. rule the mixed sandy lands id, if I possible the soil should be hies of Jefferson, Jackson and his
'' considered' best suited for growin sacked behind the cultivator. With history .France. and the Stotard the Alkehest lyceum bureau we would HUNTING REGULATION& Theressa, District No. 1, on December : ) 'i

;- ".the best quality of brush, but <;ted; sandy loam this packing is 'ectures.It ".., glad to pay 50 cents to hear it. so >, for the purpose' of. electing three ,.

{'fafr f heavy soils Trill produce good ot, possible, but is not so necessaryin is somewhat of a disappointmentto \hy rot come out and hear it free. Now that tin,-rirtr' season: opens trustees for two years arid determine'' j

|hruih under proper cultural meth- this_case as on heavier soils. the pupils and teachers that the An.added attraction of the afternoonwill .throughout the ad the the amount of millage be assessed. : 4
;' odL So perhaps one,reason for san- Cd dwsley; J. W. Batten
and D. W.
In Florida corn may be planted as county board of public instruction has be an old plantation a duet
song. state, hunters who have 'not'ought
.., dyisoils having heretofore produced frost will allow the time-hon ... Icore were appointed managers. i _
early as danger of :fot seen fit to observe v Col. Peek and Prof. Kean, "When
: is that such land is inK' beir license are asking what they A motion
brush .
better was passed to M.' S.
after. February 15th, and.in from red custom of Friday after pay .
say giving You and r Were Young ] ;
hurt and what is prohibited. On .
for culture more ofH "X7
condition odges of Little
good... Spring;} school the
ninety to one hundred and twenty I Thanksgiving as holiday for the Mr. :J
Perry. the Amer- ,
representing ilia back of license is number
the time than other soils. Here in.. every a 11 amount of .saiary'act aside for
: days harvested. What will be grownto mpils and as a day for the county lean Book visitor ,
Company was a 'for (
Florida the fiat woods or sandy land f rt' uations that are sufficient principal said school 4'ith the un .
advantage bore is what is known teachers' association. But : j
would be in good condition without Superin- to our school Wednesday. 'Mr. Perry 'he hunter and arc printed for his derstanding that the truseesof'said

J fall plowing ss in the North. How- as the tall or Tennessee seed. The endsnt Schell informed Prof. Kean n avca short talk to the ninth grade Benefit. schpol lengthen the term. from. sub- '-. 1

seyer.jiew soils in Florida should be dwarf kind grows about, as high asa Jiat the board has made no provis- *n school athletics. And he thinks The following is a co'of the laws: district funds. | ,
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,the best 'results. We man's shoulder, and when, is j rk- -'1'!3 for the meeting of the teachers that Starke should have'a representa- The J
treated>t<> .tpt ,The State game' law places the title treasurer was ordered to transtr .

", '\tddlby:lie,"Florida ExrjerimejjtStation r-d. while the tall has to be broken ')f th,) county. I Hva. ..at the meeting of the Florida to wild game birds in the state : 66 from the fund of sub-district. ,
: that soils 'fewri, or what s""clltc5 bTed"when Tha nilsOf ths High' School'are ..,cKoofA nTltlc Xssociation ,' S '.-- -t. .--4C. ,'i. sj ,r ......,.
,' Gainesville. ,' our i thal'wiilisct f for: the purpcse of. protection. Tor 8to; general tond. ** '*" J; ,

are' ja many: cJscs deficient in bases, harvested. Many other details ,regarding rreparing a play, "From Punkin in Gainesville shortly after Prohibits killing catching or tak- J. 0. Tison was appoiited super- j j

.such'as potash, lime and magnesia,. the proper nathods in harvesting i' Ridge" to present for the benefit of hristns. ing, selling or buying shipping or icor .of Belling school oi a petition j ,i
enter and
'",.lad that there are agencies at work : into/thfe handled subject ._ ,_ ,__ _u __ fransporting, dead or alive any game I patrons of said school. j
1 srodncmg acid in practically all cultivated will .be properly : with anyone '
bird its skin A, resolution of thank is ,hereby j
*oiD* and unless there are who is planning to put in a crop. CLEANING DAY. '.TFrPl: l E'S MILL! or or plumage or game .andered the '. I
imal baks"; ofv the\
Tie seed for '*. : <' except in fixed :seasons for I
neutralize we can at M
.sufficient bases present b procure you Mr. W. E. wife ccunty, namely Bradford -
; Freaiey ara and Mr. County
killing be for 1
or exceptit experimental
;these. ,.adds, this soil will 'tend. to. be-j II ?4 per bushel lusfraight, and: can be I hereby appoint Monday, November d G''Aen rrd wife were over to the : 'Bank, Raiford, Bank> ,Like Butler. '

I 3 come permanently acid. To counteract banked upon as the best to be,had. 23, 1914. as' "Cleaning Day." or propagation! purposes, in Lnk .for 1 I ,
"nr" factory at J. 'H .William this which offering to lend: the.school I
i of The Price ef the Brush. : citizen cf Stark is case the game commissionerwill tsd :
[ 'IhiVacid the base lime in some its S Every .earnestly, 't7c\C"k. I money to pay the.teachers'warts ;
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t: 'forms may be used and' that finely The price obtained for broom corn requested 'to assst4n'? this vrork. The 'p vpon"payment' $ and ds- j at full in
M T. T. > value th >districts .
.Jnr will ,
s put his'sy- livery omithcloirists ; .
up : of letters from' two
11 ground limestone (the natural rock) will depend largely upon tho care with town will fur'd.shsvagons to remove .r.d Jill other disricts'yL1g nqtank.

>.<.i.it:'to be preferred., From two to six which it is graded. The stragiht rubbish which carrot be bt'rned rrn ,?i nUSirt'Mns, which he intends < one of w1om'.mus.t be a resident .* patriotism .and soundness> cf'se 1. ,
to s"ll in the North. ..
te-nsod to the Also srsen brush'should be made vacant of Florida, grant ,the applicant per- '
ttplS".maT acre onetrade. Trere are a number cf lots .:'. banks above named and'the .

q1tJS; : generally safe to assume that I Brush with red stalks shod which need attention. The owners .We have notatc' s to dig and cane mission to ship ot transport: not more .able men at the head. should be the re-
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Hpinand\ soils :* ssM.ddf'tIlIre "-Q ciada in another grade and all the ; r"d !'r' hf "t to kilT and haven't than ten pair of .any one species of -
i-t. are more or : ""c. especially reccestcd to see that ;. pride cf the county at )are.,, ,.'
; ; is'no indication of thep'fiosphsts' I I "rocked and inferior brush should be they ere thoroughly cleaned'up.. lh'" >n,ti talk about war. Tame or bird. The following bills and tsache s' f
r r.ti ,
;? : t'-ae stcne or marltt'ornear : "c'od in a. separate bala' to itself.ed Property owners fcra- expected ,to T 'JoT1., :. P< A. .Toh' 'son' has a fine fall Names the! following as' game biros; ':--ports were cxaniiaed:.rp
the surface.A brush will sell for aboct ": s ro*-'t'> T'': f.h. hich he has ship- The Anatidae (swans .
i. oue- TO3 that the sidewalks crd streets : d- gesse crdsred. paid: 'A' *i, '
t .' Wrrd About Fertilizer. 'Tfh less than the green, and tlie iouiir.g their premises: are cleaned., -'i from av mt 40 cratss of bean', I river and [*a ducks); Rallldae (rail GENERAL SCHOOL Fti\'D. .. '

: $ "rt'' fder find ':'3oked only about one-half the 'rrn TficH he raised this fall, so W2sn "opts mud lens and Liai1 2r3--Heatrice Eartmn lice ;'Lih .,.LI$! ::s.ei ,
CQrrn a > can csaHate price C. F. HOOVER, gallinuls) ; 2S4-Carl 5c15, E.nUlriJl'M .J_ :,,_ 33.0.. '
i 1 f "vttfc'i t'other plants,would "- f the green., have ar; .hi"? here tint can baj 1. icolae( hore tirt'oI:."- "d ,. 1>1'\;...,Iyn .._ _-__ : ',f'J .
Mayor. .,' 236-NdHe Logan, EaJflri:_ _S' J
: : ,1hI; :., if ever, in ta1nup; thereijfore.'a ',The secpnd crop; in Florida should. i \ ;din South Florida.Erervhixiv : ', :-iipe-wocdcock, randpipe-rs. tattlers '. -Q. R. ,Blsjr, #>' ;.-J--.JroG..U:23.MiJ. -

:; / much cheaper brard! of frrtiMUST '-.} easily produced.mpliaj two crops NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. l rttprd the meetings at'TVion 'UrJ i curIe .*) ;Gallirae. (wild}turkeys, 233-14: Macy Ka;nie,Elacaon Andres ,,, Ap 6' __1T r__,:_> __.'.-,48.M.J.i' I ',

- ; : will answer in making a good in,one v"ar. In the'orth.a average i I chapel scrool house., 1 I prou e,. pheasants, quails aei turtledoves 2<8-ana; MDonW. to ____'____ J58.M .
:I wish to state to ths ofDraciford 2H-+ itj McKna: Nebo _. __ "' '-
t' people I 'crop.of: corn. A, pood formula wouldWaitn : f one ton is grown on three acres. I -r.v; p. J. Broeker came up from I.I ).,',. ..: fc-iJ rlle Ksotn, Grahasi _;_.... :jwl. ,_ ,

I .nia, .a 1-2 per: cent; potash, \n experiment,.rcsde this year at county that it will be in-: !II Th-Tuid t;) f" Ms uoth"-, Mr.Brk.rl" :- I I. Prohibits the catahin;,,. killing or :241 t1-Bt-A.. C..ri.ce Cres.Creshy do, do -1,., 40.9,M Mva.ne ..
1 "o"r.e for to make round in -
; ;,i$' pefcent sad availablo phosphoric .3tsrke, FK, F"pms to hov n. nch i I me my r '-"r, '; tuinil'.J.I'oT-e.. :, k>nn-*I ''Irs of the doe, or'fem&lc'dr or :,' ', -. :.r<.>J? " to.a .scnber as I intended. However. i 248-:Manr Beihcrd .A> _____..1._ .-< UI '
: If' ;tCIJ... 5 rt ;t. s-d/ought to cost 'geryleld_ than the northepr 'I 5 ", sid" h3 states that thIs section : wild turkey kens at all'time; or more 2K-Ifcsth Paw..oo -, :. :r-r: :.'! .fer":," ta II ,.
" I'i 1: wish to say to all v'ho would like I ', I '2'-Cid ._ .1 J ,
!i .ltH
'fn eut2.OO ton. Unction. uj Otl
.. reF Tie w< yt was kept trrkf r5wrnd'rfuily: Since: ho was thai one buck deer iir I'i
oe"y' .
l' I : 243--1. Dniiter, 1'0 their taxes in November and I -
1 t J'4' tKorovMv prepare the soil and hsrvcrtxi, it.vas impossible: ray i 5- '5.-n r{) years .go. '. '.' threa buck deer In'' one'season, -<3 ae Fog, ikr ---:.---- .U; *. 4-ii
.( et the 2p.er'cent discount; that 251-Ltab Beite*}, *> ...L.'C: .n
S 'X Ji sandy the land should F" 'I tell whit ,yon "1 I, ------ ,
1 envery_ : ) exactly- vas raiswl, butter irlv"t1attelded Sunday. schssol, .. r>: November 20 to February 29, fol-' 2: -Ma1 Beift ftradtey, do'L&S. f
%" p5*>F q4'amll!*'(,-,\'<'rds rid<*ed or listT "* a: careful! investisatksi by th'3'' r ay do so by writing and Godins; <(:'! 'fI"y, pn $n.tv four atte'c'd the I .25V-Annfc: S JUi, do -_ G..n 1';_ '
> : i'owing. No back aer or de to be :25' Ptri OwsgNSeet, da __I.. I.I
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T %%z%*'r 1[ ted. after which it can be | "rite?, it seemed to' z1wthat out the amount of taxes das for If 14 ",."o'-j"ps [ .'U'. I.
they. J)1'E'.hrd, by Rev. B. T. :Sapfli.of .killed tint of JSi-BiA-r OeBp, do 2 dws :' ..< I ; f,
\. '>!!d thn forwarding chpck for sjin I seafca. :'j I W-Pearl Gnft&a. do .. ..---"F, ,___ 2 U t.
1' Qt' .:"i In Had raised i ?-
ge ? heavy about tm to [
, f:: .. !Co 'I' one two acre Starke Everyone hopes.= he can be i Prohibits eap ring, pursuing or:' 23.--T.: J' /.r.-""'-' 3 trtrsjodfcrj. lajHl 3'. Ot ., I'
" tt 'fii ii4.4it I4, f' *?-' .Iadvisable. : ,to .vHch wodd cearf one-1l 1f inn tsha I shall,make my: rouud h Ie "'*h us again. 15H.: O. 'V4"%, -J .. -- t, ,; 11 \j
t ; ..I I fox squirrel black squirrel .or 231: -Bcinie ffl&r .4.:1. .r o ins *. -'n __ < .t2S0 ,
l 3 'vejs thi F.'d thI'T"I.hly.as soon' af- rcr and for two crops t5tI'of Set'truIJy, i ]' n1. 0 JJ. Williams i < -B. }.. Halt;? kI"u1/Ur.wa"l- _, :. .C( 1 .
;';, 'I' B. M. DOWLING : Sunday squirrel excCr4-on'znd from No :, 261-L. & SttUh, Ktiiy .. ...;. ? *S '
: n plowing possible and to ITS' one ton to the The .. --- ? 1
l 'j> acre. price of good .1'.1'y '
d.9t"l ur 'tendent> has been sick, 20'to.. Felrusry: 20, following, !li.--... n. rlIJCr __ ('. !iii
''t!;! Q i ...,,_, .vij until planting '-rush! such as was grown this year. Tax Collector.csition b'.t is implwarg. :: -LGCa Joaca. de,, --h'I'-:----s' It i 1 JII:
: 3 yhin they be killed in .... '
"fUm : I rasy except 264-Ina Craars. So --- < f* .. 1.;
'-i Florida would the I t
bring '
Figit 71 .
2OtI. $
'lrd Altaian Ward t r41 f ;
js the -
sick list
and is in to on blic -
; position help th3 I"-: parks. ,
! ,'f .:' TV! for *-room corn should .rkst price -which would ba 'at this I i.6*-Jon T>nnai. Reil roan --"r.i, S.I. ./ -
to handle hiS' to the best t!t5 w-r'k.: I Prohibits 2$!>-Rct'a SfaVSnrs, HtArocn t "'
grower : crop banting withoutka bun- >-
:! Prtpared (much the same way astkafir ''no! : from 100.00; to ?150.00 per ton, .- .I. ::6il1'-A. 0. iv&as. Stari ecJ ,L. S4i, 026J S r.
milo. 'J ossfola I advantage. .i It :WT.S rerortcd to the writer that tei's license, which may be prpcurodfrom -Jcsfe KeHtr. da 3UJ. ..:
but.lne --- -
or ard nothing js to finer prettier corn was T>, f l y"t_:._ .. ,. :It
green to' vnrt Q"("eFi'wer of this 2f.-:4. D Jnkin. ? ; : --" 31i.D' i
Address all benzines W. IY'Holmes section has the i
t ccunty judge of the comity {
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: t of seed should be 1: cd. R{GHTVITAL =>.vr seen by the writer than -71-Uetta gaoer. U lon ..CJJa.J.----. : 5tr. 9
f ,' 'UnnE'I : I I .Spanish Rash Broom Co., seme berries getting rip i'1! which the::hunting is desired j "--2-0/'A. MuetU, nfcrteL.V .'" ____ 25.C. 'S 'i
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as poor \rJ'wn him at the Florida Growing --O. R. ilazsa.Boat DRUQ _. 4" O. 1
:rk-f-.1II. :1 'OG Consolidated Euiltling, Jaclti- Prohibits shipping or transportingny ; 27i,-Eanice astn. do _' E.tI II
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$ -?
t B/may: give, curly brush, center f.ttion. 'r ttT.fz, wan :t the county scat one i,S-S. H. KeJteJLattty'ccl ______ 4U'I. # r .J '
; ::". : 'b'lr' 'i. l"d i"f' 'brush ot allwhich S Professor Eolfe, Director cf the ville, Fla. J I d f last vrt; >:. game bird.3'out cf and within the ns-c.'F. Ketey do ...-.__,_ 23 MIF : ,I
t \''>- I -tste in and 1l'J1t-1 j *;. -M. J. McHac. transpenn;? pispils It .;; ;j
, produce\ ; hs might be e."C1E \griittral Experiment .Station, at 1'iEWRVEfl.! h It is time to dig potatoes and there I I Ii except season with .;J-Ai D, Kwn, Sara -----...,.,..... J5i1.itTnbfcte .
!: nT's Kcersc. This applies also to the!I 21:f-S. 3. Itowliny do =-----i.-;' "-79e9! j
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try poor quality of brushjust Mi-svilla, scys that broom com can 1 I i -"cras to be a splendid crop aruunJra 2K-Bbi* Scboc-iJcr do.__,'.._.: ;:) 81.0. t ." t''
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5- be fullyripened to..jbe !p3 grown. successfully in Marion, -- !' >. this I .transportation: companies. '! 2;;i EiUile Tion 4otSllte _..__-,._.___ scb ; .
is noted yc.ar.TissMerlon
The New River section for _\ j.
." to ::., i'J.HI .
= Crosby
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; S' 1"7'h5m" nib and kafSr "' JSIQ and Hillsboro and that we grinding pbaJ1l1.t I ? Adkin the week Prohibits trapping, snaring, dead- _..>'-{.'"!irA Jin';. :> -----4-Z----A"- .r ..c'1k ;
I theses spoit
its' caps season: I I11 ____... !.
. tlh uld \,be-growh in the.noighbor- Void! have -!:s, or baiting and night-hunting. j : do -, C' CO5a'Frpp
110. no difficulty raising ; nights. i I "- with her psrents: cf this pl'cp.TirJam j Go) _.;a-: ___ EJ.CO > ,i
4othe brcom corn field, other- -.t< of Prohibits huntirg catching kill-i I do ...:. .. I.U' .
5 : broom corn in Duval county, '. ; is ...,.t,,or.d.l"'th'" Lake Eutlsrhcol. or i 2E3-BtaBsbe FaUkaj :- ,
Messrs. Hodges and Sapp ground !. d.I _.:.:__ 51 lb -
;: 237-.Enma rYirLy ;-- -
: : 9 1h 1'QdJce crossed or hy- nd other I i irg unmarked hogs: without! giving; no1fee !
'i many counties 'no doubt last wcdc and 'l d.blty .- .!.:'-oue' P.a7. d.) --_ "':tfU611 4
d e4.. nna they always I 1 to three more freeholder inji !I 2SJ-W. C. Ww1drc4c'LtU : -' "
uld be or
just favorable :
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cf help to take the Floyd vas a ,baslress. ;, L20W. C. Vc: anvt 1I -
: &t tn\eotn be either ; up section. ,, '___ '''
may planted -.rationed: cbo\e. I i the ]i I : 'i-R: e Rugcr. d3.--- .Di
t drink r'j' !'or: to StTta Friday last. .. _._.__ UIIIIZl
.Yi .oiling of syrup, and also to 'I ::9-Ada: N mo, do _,
: I u Aj planter drill or with a lister. Now if Florida I There are local laws govcrnhg the1Ashing 1 1i .... ...
can product two I j "ho New River. 1 : ?- -0. N. Kov:, Thoyas ...-, :: n.1O r.
: j j JBbwevi r,,. lijter should not be .used, xps of broom corn in I le juice. Baptist in nearly all counties and a 294-Lena Bjihou, do ____,__i._ :>>.U :;
? one season
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I The Long Bridge school is getting : '-iU convene with'thO New River _,:i-L'zue: Marrhce. lake Batlf-r cil _' n.an ,
5tiqblowy soils. To secure fine '>.e reitdt should be able to change hunting license shall net be construed 2vft-L.Ua Harris .-EflZ ---::-. -- ,5gGtI : '
o brugh :along fine. Profesosr Manning ia llt- church on the second Surday in thisi 237-Ivy Harris, do _---.-,._ 3),0 :
I .' ? r ,Pounds, of seed to the 'ha base of poduction from other i cs permission for fishing contrary to 29B--H. R. %Wti.JI.. Samneon .:....--_ .::5.'"

:; I ,*W HQjis be planted. This will give stes to the fair Southland. le. but, gee, he must be strong. I Gor.th. 'o'al laws. \299-Inet Markty, Pine Hill _':'-__;_.. 4501 .
.__._.. 3.0' ,
i > |'. JJkat f t every 3 inches in tho row, The marketing of any amount rais- Mr. Nath Moore hauled his cotton i Mr. Robert Andrews was a pleasant There is a state law against: killing, 30o-daDlle SOI-Mabtl J.oyd"di1h.: do Eroou.r!-,_--,_,,__ oCIuD( j j

", i'.rows are 3 1-2 feet to Brooker this week to have it gin- visitor over to Starke Sunday :393: Rath t'fnrs.! LBTTU __.... 50.nll :: ''
apart. d is the rob-
safe ___
as as so much sugar, es- wounding, selling or shipping COS-LoUe Staffoid do _-. 45.1\8 '
IIIOuld be taken to see that ther' last. ucbiie! Brown do --;_.- 15.1141 ,
eeially jl the in for scientific educational
: right start is made except or
ned.Mrs. __ ioo.ss3ow.
; JwStribcted,.evenly in the row, ', termining to grow and prepare the W. T. Turner and son, R. J., If you are looking for a place to purposes. 305! -SL, M.T. Weeks Fryer, do *T.1.. _: __ :-. 5.0'' i!,..

-:(. "'Slants far' pleasant visitors a tthe home ofJ. spend the winter, I would look every- C07-Drew Co.. rubber stain? _.- LSJ 0
:; ..are apart, they brush that'will bring the highest mar- were E. Z. JONES 303-J. W. Andrews haabnir Sttikf: .':5

; J .l- S s a brush that is*heavy, but et price. The.Spanish Rush Broom 0. Turner Sunday last. wire and then come back to FiorMa.Why Game and Fish Commissioner.Get 809-J. W. Morgan office teittr ..:_,. !-O. ',.:f
'ifl will not be if : Adkins business visitor ? Becau i Is the best \'. ..tel 819-1.. K. Futch. 'taDer fee_ _fct jtar. ,%S... .' : "
c ', good,.. say 1' o. is interested in giving all helps Mr. Jim was a endiDjt JUB.29 T. --- .. ,jIjO.

; ".' t.* A, too great a nuxtureIDe possible" to any one who may want to to Lake Butler last Friday.Mr. \\1'( tfjrt' on the man. and other ;Kfple our prices for printing and we Continued on Page 4))' d,

.,i will be the result.: v started right in:this growing pro- W .M. Parker, the merchant of find it out this coming winter will get your orders. ( If, 1'-:. '

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ULt: MORE WAR Last-Ultimatum. CENT.It I i What "BeeDee" Means _

''f ; is stated that at the time of the I Colds "Bee Dee;' on the label means REAL VALUE

MORE BEEF. Gott, Gott, dear Gott, attention blease Civil war the slave interests of the I Inside the package, and RESULTS and SATISFACTION f

1. 1 Your bardner Vilhelm's here South represented one-seventh of the: after the contents have been used. Remedies AfterasmtbeD----
[should be "tipped in tilebud" I Always ask for "Bee Dee" when you buy a stock : sometime we
r I Und has a vord or two to say entire wealth of the country. Slavery I or poultry "Bee Dee" q
remedy. remedies
4 3 The Country Gentlemen says: I Ii Into your private ear; was abolished with a prohibition that. | far if allowed to run I 1 pared from pure medicinal ingredients: in are a scien presme_: and :entire sarifrthatt sataEa efa-e

t "America has faced cumulative problems So Burn away all udders now prohibits and an enormous war debt unchecked serious results| tific way and are genuine medicines that you can ceDd we theme rm0 ,

ti concerning her beef supply in Und listen veil to me, was piled up. Yet the nation grew i may follow. Numerous depend on. McVLBta Stock Pad
: times of peace but with the sudden For vot I say concerns me much- and prospered, advancing to the front cases of consumption pneumonia Bee M& POULTRY Waco.TCJQ.

' ; explosion in Europe which has thrown Meinself and Sheraany. by leaps and bounds as a :world power. -11 and other fatal diseases Dee .
traced back to -DIP <
r. millions of men into the field to fight Today its name is a synonym the can be Bee Dee Healing" Powder-Bee Dee Colic Remedy T -__
I a cold. At the first sign of a youTdesIo's.
C and consume, rather than to raise You know dear Gott I vas your world over for wealth and opportunity ea,
cold protect yourself by
: and supply the American beef supply friendt, for material and moral greatness.I I

i assumes the proportions of an extremely Und from mein hour of birthI The entire wealth of the United I thoroughly cleansing your I
with few doses ofTNEOFORO'S
t 1: deilcate question. quietly let you ruled o'er de earth, States at this time is computed to bo I j system a

f I i ''"Already some large packers have Und ven I toldt mein soldiersOf $140,000,000,000. The capital used in -- - B r Pw ySH

! I ;., ma4e overtures to some of the war- by-gone battle days liquor manufacture is $831,802,000, or '

' ring nations offering to furnish them II gladly split der glory about one hundred and sixtyeighthpart { I Andrews Mercantile

f.. with millions.of pounds of meat. Of Und gafe you half de praise. of this sum. A comparison of I d BLACKDRAUGHT 'II''

t. course all of this meat cannot come *. > these figures shows that while slav-t| I -

\ .: from the United States for we are In efery vay I tried to profe I ery represented $1.00 in every $7.00

:. able to export at present only about Mein heart to you vas true I Of the country's wealth the liquor interests Company ;
t. ,.. eight or nine per cent of that pro- Ind'only claimed mein honest share tepresents only about 83 centsin

f In great deeds vot you do. $140. Or to it in an- .
.Aaced Argentina will supply the bulk every put
i' ;' nevertheless the terriffic You could not haf a better friendtIn other slavery represented some 1
of it, but way
sky or landt or sea, fifteen cents in the interests the old reliable, vegetableliver BIG t
: consumption of meat abroad at this a dollar liquor S + LE.tlWILL
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Dan Kaiser Vilhelm Number Two powder.Mr.
: only
I time is beginning to be felt here. The represent
De Lordt of Shermany. Chas. A. Ragland o<
cent in dollar. The traffic of "in-
l a
not be gauged by the altogether ,
I effect must Madison Heights Va.. says:
} fictitious rise in the price of j toxicating liquors for beverage pur- CLOSE I
Thedford's -
"I have been using t
So vot I say, dear Gott, is dis be .forever prohibited in
t foods which poses may
'I meat as well as other Black-Draught for VI
: Dot we should still be friendts the United States and all
6 accompanied the beginning of theE stomach troubles, indiges- Saturday Nov. 28th
Und you should help to sendt mein subject to the jurisdiction thereof"- J JAll
European hostilities. foes the amendment bon and cold and find it to I
quoting Sheppard-Hobson -
: "The of agriculture b: the very best medicine 1
t department To meet der bitter endts.If .
without the tiniest
: ;' causing ever used. It makes an old Who Trade $10.00 Get a Nice: of Silver-
feels that it its duty now more you, dear Gott, ill dis me do, panic in the business world much lessa Piece

: than ever to bend every energy to I I'll nodding ask again crisis in national finances. Think man Insist feel like Thedford's a young one.the I i ware-FREE \
on ,
i make two beeves where perhaps one I Und you and me will bardners be about this.HAVE .
\ '.c V bellowed before. And it is in the direction Forever more-Amen. original genuine.67 I We will submit a few of our bargain prices:

f of the south that the depart' .- A 'CLEAN-UP- WEEK
Ladies' Hose _._....____..;j. .05
officials' are turned as they But listen Gott, it must be kvick,
\ a ment eyes I Children's Hose ___________-= __ .07
Your help to me sendt, officials do much in seeing
of you City can
production hogs.
Checked Homespun ..______.:... .05 -
.! "In speaking of,the south as a beef Or else I haf to stop attackt that street cleaners do really clean, Good Ginghams .-.-_j>., .05 .
(r producing country, George Rommel I Und only play defeudt that garbage collectors do their task iriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmBETTER
Blue Enamel Dish Pans_____;__..: .25
; has said "The south is the nation's i ifo So four and twenty hours I gif thoroughly ,and that public buildings + + Dining Chairs _______________ .65

; hope for increased beef supply', and To make the Allies run, squares and parks shall be an exam- $6.00 Bedsteads for .A$3.75
Und put me safe into mein blace- of neatness. But what the offi- + BABIES. + ---------
'I f' the same may be truly said of the ple Bed Springs _______tljus'Na.
.f De mittle of de sun. cials do will be but in the + +
can a drop .
production of hogs.* 8. Cook-Stoves ____,..__->_ $9.75Ladies'
: bucket, compared with what should be 111'111111111111111111111Ever.y ++
ct- There is no portion of the United Hats Ladies' Coats and )fen'sa
If dis you'll do, I'll do my part, done. It is the corners out of sight
t States where beef and pork can be as baby has the inherent rightto d Boys' Suits being sold at tost.
I'll dell de vordlt de fact that need most attention, the courts,
t cheaply made as in Dade Palm Beach a fair start in life.
But if you don't den I must tink cellars and back yards, and over Come on before this sale closes and get some of these
and other east coast counties. This But the average child has a fearful 1
:, is not simply an assertion with no It is an honest act. these the municipality has no con- time getting a start, for of all the I bargains and a piece of Silverware Free. .
Den var at once I vill declare trol. It depends therefore, upon the
foundation but actual children born in the United States
; experimentsand Und in mein anger rise householder to do the major share in ,
: actual experience has demon- Und sendt mein Zepp'lin ships to the elimination of rubbish the over- one in five dies before it is one year A. D. Andrews M Co. :
strated this fact. old-before it reaches the age of self- fir
wageA hauling of the things that collect dust .
consciousness. One in four is ,
The time is dead
rapidly approaching
fight in de skies.
up and filth, and the whole process that I
I when many thousands of acres of the before it is five years old-a savage RAIFORD, FLORIDA
goes to make the real city beautiful. .
y Everglades will be drained at least comment on twentieth century civili :
Dis ultimatum now dear Gott, For in the last analysis the "citybeautiful"

t V sufficiently for pasturage,'while thousands Is von of many more is made up only secondarily zation. .
rII. The highest courts of the land have ---
i of acres will be absolutely I
Mein mindt is settled up to clean of parkways and fine buildings;
drained and made fit for cultivation. De whole vorldt off de floor. the essential beauty of a city is found I decided that the parents have not unlimited These deficiencies-the larger portionof formation ia jegard to the organize

Then there are thousands of acres of Because you vas mein bardner Gott, :n its cleanliness and upon its clean- control' over the child. It is them-were not the result of heredity tion of ,a elil., and just what each

low flat woods that make most valu- An extra schance js giffenSo liness depends its healthfulness. Dirt not a chattel it has the right to be but might have been preventedby club is to do, end hopes to have many

able pasturage and these lands will help at vonce, or else I'll be of any sort means multiplication of surrounded by such conditions as will proper foresight and watchfulness inquiries and many clubs started at

soon be absorbed. De Emperor of Heffen.W. disease and disease means economic I assure a normal development, both which the parent should have been intelligent I once, as he hopes to have all the articles .

.Already this season the Armours M. Butterworth. waste. Therefore "Clean-up week"II I physically and mentally and the enough to exercise. And and motley in by Christmas

4 and other meat packers have pur-, I means business prudence and enter- meaning of "normal" is becomingmore there is no reason to believe that time Anyone desiring further in-

'chased thousands of cattle in this' TO KEEP WEEVILS OUT. I prise. Health brings wealth and prog- liberal every year. these rather startling figures vary formation in regard to the '"Save 'a

state and shipped them north where ress and all things toward which a Inasmuch as the first five years of much from those that would be revealed Baby Club" minrement can secure fa-
will be fed and life are burdened with a much heavier in every other large city by information '
they returned to the As to the best way to use carbon wide-awake community aspires. It tyf addressing Marcos C.

.x state in the shape of beef. bisulphide, Dr. W. E. Hinds of the is the patriotic duty of citizento mortality than any other similar period careful investigation. Fagg State Superintendent, 361 St.

The United States Agricultural De- Alabama Experiment Station says: do his part, and the every wiser ones the attention of sanitarians is Ignorance is at the foundation of James Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
being directed more and more toward most bodily ills. The remedy is to .
i partment and does realize the op-* "In making the application level will not wait for the week but will l

... portunities of this great southland for off the surface of the corn and pre- begin to prepare for the clean-up lessening this mortality toward giv- supply and apply intelligence whereit COTTON GINNED IN FLORIDA
ing the children a fairer chance than is lacking in the parent, to bring to
the production of beef and are using pare small holes about one foot deep without a moment's delay.

every effort to encourage the develop- by pulling out the ears at intervals hey have had in time past, or even the child, through the parent, if possible Wm. J. Harris, director of the census -

\ !, }nent of this industry. I of three to four feet apart each way. in times present. In the present day but to bring it,anway, the pro- .department of commerce, an-
The conditions of society it is manifestly per treatment that will give it at
question comes to us with renewed Divide the liquid to be applied among nounces the preliminary report of the
I force? "Why this waste?" these holes. Begin a tthe side far- impossible that the state shall inter- least the.fair chance to live to'mature cotton ginned If counties in Florida
a result of the November elec- vene to influence the prenatal exis- years which is has not at present. If
Why are people so slow in grasping thest from and work toward the for the or 1914 and 1913. The
tions there are now fourteen statesin tence of the child but it is not only those who have the crops
so entirely responsibilityof
the great opportunity which is within door. Pour the liquid directly onto report was made public for the state
the dry column. They are Arizona, limited as to its subsequentlife. children would realize that
their ? the it will hurt it either for responsibility -
grasp corn- I at 10 a. m. en:Monday, November 9.
Colorado Georgia, Kansas', Maine .
There is no place in the United feed or for seed-and fill in the hole the battle for better things The amounts fir the different counties -
Mississippi North Carolina North In the practical development of the would be'more than half
States where much cattle and with confine the won.
, as hog immediately corn to for the crops of 1914 and 1913
> Dakota Tennessee
i', feed can be produced in twelvemonths fumes as much as possible. Close Oklahoma Oregon idea of a more intelligent infant hygiene are furnished for publication in'the
Virginia Washington and West the parent, particularly the "SAVE A BABY CLUB."
as in this southern scetiun. the door tightly and quickly paste: local papers.
Corn be in abundanceif the cracks around it. Virginia. mother has been a great obstacle to
can produced paper over I Quantities aria in running bales,
( used for the silo two crops can be Leave the room closed at least There remains 15 states in which better conditions, especially among A unique plan and one in which every counting round half the population live in so-called the poorer classes where the need of man, woman and child in Floridacan
in Rhodes will
produced a year), grass, -a-enty-four hours and no harm are not included.
no-license territory. They are Alabama education and of help is most neces- have a part has been
Para grass, all of the sorghums Jap- be done if left indefinitely. Fumi- County Crop
Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, In- I
Ignorance of the importanceof Superintendent Marcus C.
anese cane in fact the list is almost gation is much more effective during sary. Fagg I 1914 1913
diana, Iowa Kentucky Louisiana, the physical well being of the of the Children's Home
innumerable. For hogs, peanuts corn, warm weather partly because of more Society of Alachua ____,_ .______ 5,291 4,656 f
Minnesota Nebraska New Hamp- child in its'earliest years, stubbornness Florida, for the purpose of securing
velvet bean
chufas pasture etc., etc. rapid evaporation and partly be- Baker ': 463 454
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South Carolina South Dakota, or pride too often lead to the rejection funds to continue the state
It is high time that the land owners cause insects are then more active great Bradford _J_ 2,398 1,941 I
Texas and Vermont. of advice or assistance. The wide work of this organization in behalf
should awake not depending upon the and therefore more susceptible to it. Columbia 2,413 2,046
sale of their lands for Never carbon bisul There remains eleven states in only effective means is through the of the homeless orphan and
high prices, attempt to use 1 I.I ,Escambia 467 440
which 25 per cent of the populationlives services of district nurses or district needy children of Florida.The .
but enlist themselves in the when below
great phide the temperature is I Hamilton _I_ 2,814 2,083
army of producers. The beef and sixty degrees. It is better to starte in no-license territory. Theyare instruction, where by infinite patienceand plan calls for the temporary. Holmes _. I_ 3,556 3,075

! pork can never be overdone the de- treatment at 10:30 a. m.. rather California, Delaware, Illinois, tact the needed help may be ap organization of a "save a Baby Club" i. Jackson _;; ___.17,004 14, 37
Massachusetts '
mand will always be greater than the than at night, both on account of hav- Maryland, Utah Wisconsin, Michigan, plied.In. in every city, town and hamlet in our I Jefferson ___,._______ 4,626 3,249
Missouri Ohio and Florida's largest city more than state each club to make effort to
I supply. The opportunity is beckon- ing light and also higher temperature. an Lafayette .. .. 433 398
Wyoming. At different times in thefast ----- --
one-half of the children born in I
1913 secure ten cents from I
of A second and treat- every man,
ing men great wealth to purchase stronger I Leon _,. 3,155 2,360
23 states have adopted the policyof wore ushered into the world by mid- woman and child in that town the
lands here establish ment should be it after weekor ;
large cattle and given a Madison ____.,._] 5,258 2,754
All but nine for ------
prohibition. one I wives. .Among the 859 children so society offering beautiful silver lov-
: hog ranches thus bringing this por- two if it should appear that the a Santa Rosa _$969 1,864
ason or another, abandoned it for attended the deaths from lockjawwere ing to the club which raises the f.
tion of the great state of Florida to a tint was not satisfactorily effective. local option control license. cup Suwannee _____.5_ 3,597 2,825
point where it will become the great- Ordinarily, one treatment in the fall or by three times as many as among largest amount of money in propor- Walton __L____ 1,699 1,975
California and Ohio out of the six
the children whose mothers were attended tion to the population of that town.
est beef and pork producing sectionof and possibly another in March or in Washington .-,._ 1,660 1,330
states in which statewide ? ----
prohibitionamendments by physicians and skilled nurs- Each dime will purchase share of
the United States.E. April will be sufficient to protect the a All others _;'f V____ 842 1,027
V. BLACKMAN. I corn. Prompt and thorough treat- were voted on this fall, es, and it is apparent that at least a stock in the "Florida Save a Baby i i i -

ment is'most profitable.A elected to remain in the wet column.In majority of the lives so needlessly Club" of which each town will be a.. I 47,315
Total _I_56,645
Ohio the new amendment to the sacrificed might have been saved by local branch. Special certificates will

I YOUNG CAMPAIGNERS. WARNING. constitution practically places the intelligence.It be issued to purchasers of ten, fifty .

I _____ state in the wet column forever as is known that at least a majorityof and one hundred shares. It is not THE "WISE'GUY'S" DICTION-

. : An important role in the carrying The man who drinks does not findit t provides that no new liquor legislation those in the United States who are the plan of the Home Society to ask ARY.

: en of the campaign for nation-wide easy these days to take out a life shall be introduced into the leg- totally blind, lost their sight throughthe any money in place of money being -

I prohibition is that to be taken by the insurance policy in any of the old reliable islature. The present laws, however absolute ignorance or criminal contributed to some other church or I Reub.-A man who owns 240 acres

i little folks. They are being organized companies. A bulletin issued e very strict and are carried out to carelessness of the professional at- charity but in addition to those con- of farm land valued at about $300: an

t as "Young Campaigners for Na- by the Postal Life Insurance Company the letter. The'new amendment does tendants who brought them into the tributions so that every church and acre.

tional Constitutional Prohibition" of New York, sends out this' not prohibit the holding of wet and world. Sunday school should be interestedin Jay.-A man who owns an 1915 au

. # the movement a broadening out of the warning: dry elections in communities, under To the practical workers in the the plan. tomobile. \:

plan inaugurated by Miss Anna A. "Alcohol puts to sleep the sentinels. the laws that are at present in force. science of baby hygiene there is never In addition to the money each club Country Jake. .'A man whose homeis

: Gorden, and which proved such a that guard your body from diseases. The states that have voted dry dur- ending surprise at the ignorance of will be asked to get up a barrel or equipped with 'gas lights hot and

; strength in the Maine campaign oft I II Policy holders are warned against advertisements ing the year 1914 are Arizona, Colo- mothers about how to handle and care box of children's clothes shoes stockings cold running water, bath rooms and

I I 1911. In their parades the children extolling the virtue of do, Oregon Washington and Vir- for their babies. A knowledge whichit staple provisions canned goods hot water heating plant.

wear specially designed campaign regalia whiskey in disease. The cruelty of ginia. would appear would be instinctive, and preserves', and other articles that Yap.-A man whose son is leadinghis

t with cap badge and pennant. such advertisements lies in the fact is la kbg. They, doq't know how to children can eat, wear or enjoy. All class at the university.Hick. .

$ Their slogan is, "The Liquor Traffic that they appeal to the very people Don't Delay Treating Your Cough.A feed the youngsters, how to clothe of these articles are to be shipped to .-A man whose signature is

f Must Go." And their rally cry who are most injured by the use of slight cough often becomes serious them not even how to bathe them, the State Receiving Home in Jack- good for $10,000 a*, any bank in the

I ; "Who wants our country dry? I! I! I! alcohol-sufferers from rheumatism, Lungs get congested, Bronchial and concerning their moral and men- sonville to help provide for the hun- county. ,

j.. V Who to make it so will try? I! I! I!" i i chronic kidney diseases, nervous subjects Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitalityis tal bringing up the ignorance is even dreds of children coming under the Boob.-A man whose daughter finds

.. In every section of the country the etc. There is no such thing as reduced. You need Dr. Bell's Pine- more dense.In care of the society each year. Over herself worth $25'.WOO> when the will

r S : boys and girls are signing the muster medicinal whiskey." Tar-Honey. It soothes your irritatedair the public schools of Jackson- eight hundred have been referred to is read. '

roll and mobilizing for the final passages, loosens mucous and ville of the children of every class of the Home Society this year and more Simp.-A man, toj corral whose vote

battle with the liquor power. Only One "BROMO QUININE"To makes your system resist Colds. Give society who attended there ni 1913 are coming daily, so that the society the congressman tramps over fortY

,tvts IM Sins, Otter Remedies Hal Ctrl BROMOQC1NIKE.get the genuine call for Lookforsignaureof fall name. LA3A- the baby and children Dr. Bell's Pine- more than three of every four were must raise more funds if the good acres of plowed land.

The worst ease,no matter of how long sanding E.W.GROVE. Cure a Cold in One bay. Stop Tar-Honey. It's guaranteed to help physical deficients-77.1 per cent lack- work is to continue.Superintendent Wise Gny. -A city chap, with abort
\ are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr. cough and headache and work- c2 cold. 25c. them. Only 25 cents at your druggist ed something of the perfect bodily Fagg has gotten up 30 cents in his pockets who uses the

.Porter's'__u4 HuJs Antiseptic at te Healing time tune CXI., gc It,We relines 41.00.'y. Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. ., health which was the right of alL literature which will give aU'the in- above terms. '

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r, r "November; 20, .

I I. are more snappers in Pensacola today interest of general safety.-Tarpon I

_ r 1 than has ever been the case be- Springs Progressive.

I1! ; LIVE STATE NEWS i fore.Franklin Members will receive of the$2,240 crew for of the the I., MY AUTO. Bradford County .*m&

J catch. Each member of the crew will v qfil
v My auto, 'tis of thee; ::. .
k c .= receive about $160 and the captain's 1 Abstract .
Happening All Over FloridaAs share will be about $240. It required 1I I Short cut to poverty- ,
: That Are
Things about for the smack Of thee I chant
twenty-two days A c.omplete'record Bradford i
I blew dough County lands '.l ,
News. a pile of _
make the
Told By Our to trip.-Pensacola.
Exchanges'J For thee'two years ago Land Titles Real Estate Inveitmeri '

,' Pulling a small, two-wheeled cart I And now you quite refuse to go, < ii
a *
"_ meal and little I and accompanied by a pet 'possum, Or won't, or can't. ''"l'fJ
of sack of cotton seed a -- :
jlajor' George Butler, one e'' Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hafner reached 's.w ..
in Florida, kainit was used, making altogether, ties, while wheat makes a good
bert newspaper men New Smyrna last Friday on their Through town and countrysideYou grow-I
fer- way
of a week1 Mr. King said, less than $10 lug food for chicks a few
the publication
MOB begin considers this from York, Pa., to Miami, coveringthe were my joy and pride- ;
Branford to be known as tilizer. The Herald I Pure warm water is always good, and M.
entire distance foot. Mr. and Ah .
paper on happy day.
The friends of the some profit in turnip growing, as it I I milk is helpful, but care must be taken :J z'
Toe Bee. many Mrs. Hafner left York last May and I loved thy gaudy hue,
heartily welcome him back to means as least $1,000 to the acre.- to keep the drinking vessels cleanas kt 'trait ante dl.- x \
jUjor have been walking continuously since Thy nice white tires so new; cue l orraaUe 1m"f ,

tht i, ,-field ,of journalism.-Gainesville Perry Herald. that time. With Miami as their ob- Vow you're down and out for true A they small very, low soon chicken become house foul.is good Witaatergaao..; f mea 'Ihoatendt bares ..;'j:, ;.J

Sun. Mrs M..G. Weaver brought to the jective point they expect spend In ben wrecked en the
__ every way. for the young chicks. If this is built rcki ::of Unonmwa.id ::J.
the are fat Leader office Tuesday some twigs cut some time in that city and then walk lIe led. -; '
,; Fioricattle on ranges attached to the main chicken house
Florida cranberry' bush. The back to northern Georgia where they To thee old rattlebox 4
the time while off a I
fine at with only a dividing door, it induces 606"
|& ,.wo they wade knee deep in verdure. Ex- fruit is new to many. It is a nativeof will remain through the remainder of, Came many bumps and knocks the chickens to make an entry into ,

).,f Bung conditions and prevailing prigs Jamaica and is called the sorrel the winter season. The long walk is For thee I grieve. the proper quarters with little .diffi- eurable aRe of.eomrarted;-AbtoIuU tnm dlncaM la atl. ., !I

in the markets indicate great pos- bud or roselle. Mrs. Weaver planted being taken by the couple as an open Frayed are thy seats and worn, culty when the time comes for themto I treat YVMkiwu tlf M n. .rlN- t
eele Blood PolIO:. FlVf
and all $
;ibflities in 'a field of industry which four long rows of the plants which air treatment for tuberculosis on the Badly thy top is torn, make the change. Where the chicken \1C DISEASES ,inclBOinx BtFTCBE, t I
;, abundance of of Mr. Hafner and both he and Whooping bought affects thy horn, without the knife t ;
bearing an
ii'in its infancy in its relation to production are now coops are used, considerable trou- I give 606 dirjKtij Into the blood :!
.. of stock of the best quality. brds. These burs make most appe- his wife now appear to be in the best I do believe. ble ensues when they are too large bnslnm.without cutting'; or detention from ;R

Improved live stock should be a slo- tizing jelly, sauce, spices and marma- of ,health. In the small cart which for their own quarters and do not Hears Correspondence, 9 a. m.! to eo1!i c,p.ted.m. 'i
The flavor is delicious, being a with them is Thy swells the breeze, ;
the Florida'cattle men. lade. they are taking along perfume
for know enough to seek the hen house.
i tan rival of the famous guava jelly. Mrs. a change of clothing for each and a While good folks choke and wheeze, Chickens seem to know about as littleas Dr. Geo. t. Pick-arson j

FlankA':Montague, veteran of the I Weaver has placed the sorret'bu4s couple of blankets to use at night. As Ve pass by.I 111 TO CST rORSYTlI STREET.
I'J; any ,fowl ,and even when carried Near Heart Bank. Bldj.) .
civil war, and at present the tender of I If on sale at Francis' store, and those They both sleep in the open air, in paid for thee a price and placed on the roosts they do not JACKSONVILLE' S' I1.ORIDAl

the. Port Orange bridge, was a visitor I. wishing to make the delicious felly the.woods or beside the.road, where- 'Twould buy a mansion twice, adopt that idea at all readily. In time # :
to Deland Tuesday for the first time. and other delicacies made from ihsin ever night overtakes them. They Now everybody's yelling "Ice-" "
of storm half grown chickens will fre- .
f He has resided in Volusia county fore may get same by getting in touch spent Saturday at HawkS Park and I wonder why. '
quently seek their small quarters andcrowd'
the last forty years, but has never with her.-Ft Meade Leader. i iI i reached Oak Hill Sunday night. New aU together; it does not seem I". C RICHARD I 3
the ,,
before had occasion to visit county News. Thy motor has the grippe, .
Ned to enter their head that plenty of shelter :: ..".
witness M Ellaville dispatch says: 4III
seat. Mr. Montague was a Thy sparkplug has the pip, .
in "the ejectment suit of Gilman vs.I Trill, rn old and respected negro j,I A carload of fish, the variety con- And woe is thine.I is at hand; their bent is to hud- General l nrance.

Bosom, the trial of which started on f-rmer living near here, died this afternoon sisting of black fish blue fish, bass too, have suffered chills, dle and hover together. .. ..

i Tuesday afternoon. Daytona Ga with hydrophobia, after havI and mackerel, was shipped from this Ague and kindred ills, LIVE STOCK IN FLORIDA."Live .-- ,

I zette-News. I : suflV-ed for about forty-eight port to New York last Sunday and Endeavoring to pay my bills I represent. none bni, FIRST-CLASS
ears with convulsions. He was go- yesterday another car load of bait i
mine. .
The Gainesville Sun announces that irk home from this place about three r-h left for Savannah, all caught in I Since thou wert Stock Farming in Florida'I companies and will be constantly on the

Gainesville) is to have a canning factory weeks '"0 et night and st down on the waters about Fernandina. The is the title of an interesting booklet alert to promote your interest*. Guarantee
.with a .cap city of about ten a log beside the road to light his r>in:!. regular blue fish season has not benun No Gone'is my'twould bank choke now the, cow recently published by the Land and courteous treatment to all &UonI. i
, 'thousand cans a day. It is adways interesting A dog passed by and growled at: him.H yet, but it is predicted that these As once before. Industrial Department of under the Flor-the 'I A well written pplicy ;;by a flrst-olAU! +
ida East Coast
; to note improvements struck it with his
it and
scolded fine food fish will soon begin to gather 1 ;
. Yet if I'had the yen, i direction of the Vice-President, Mr.I agent in flrat-cjlasa,:company tome- '
Florida's' greatest
this character. at him
coat when the dog jumped here .where they make their winter '
will I So help me, John-amen, J. E. Ingraham, at St. Augustine, times mucl in of loss fire
;and permanent prosperity come, i and bit him over the eye. The place quarters and the indications are that means > cage by

,'f; 'Dot through the sale of. lands or the I i readily cured up and nothing more this is to be:: a profitable season for I'd buy And myself speed a car some again more. Florida. I'I H. C. RICHARD Starke Hag
the tourist harvest, but This booklet contains sixty pages :
'working of until
of the matter some business
: was thought those engaged in the fishing
of agricultural -j I I' -MAL ROSE. of information and illustrations set- ; s
'through'the development
he 'had convul- I
time during Friday a here. 'Shrimp abound in great quan- aSit
j v' resources and conservation of declared the ting forth the present status of the 3
sion. War has been on tities here and is claimed by men who +
) resources and products. I I dogs around here for fear of a similar ought to know that the supply will livestock industry in the state of : -
j I I Florida. It tells of the best methodsof
T. F. Faircloth, who lives about five occurrence.Ed I never be diminished by natural causes -
I I cattle and
I I raising beef hogs, sheep Indian RemedyFOR
i t miles ,south of town on Isham Fair- Nelson is the man on the muck but commercial conditions hav J reduced To get early chicks one must have poultry in this state and of the num- INDIGESTION

cloth's place, brought to this office' who has to be shown when people say the prices and, at present thereis ; eggs early too, and it is just as well erous feed and hay crops and pasture : '
Saturday 'a handsome large lemon, not the profit in the business as if the hens these have
I : : you can't grow things out here. This producing grasses that are now being grown to GUARANTEED: CURE

; weighing three quarters, of a pound week he again broke his previous rec- there was a short time ago or as not already laid a great many, saysR. sustain the stock.. It also calls par I 75 CENTS AND $1

;Vuich he grew at his home. Mr. Fair-I ords in cropping. He is harvesting a there will be again when natural con- S. Mliler, of South Dakota, in ticular attention to the advantages

I cloth says that this was just one,of i crop of coons now! The other day he ditions obtain throughout the coun- Hcard's Dairyman, of Fort At'cinson, offered Florida livestock farmers by Manufactured Ky:; A;? T. A. Cas-

several fine lemons on the tree and pulled a part of his crop of peanuts ry. There is every reason to believe WIs. The eggs from hens that do not i reason of the mild winters of this sellV Medicine Co.Arcadiar Fla.

feels sure that Madison county can that this section will be experiencingmuch begin laying until February or March For Safety;
I and left the vines on the ground overnight state which permits of the growing of,
grow anything almost and just as better than ordinary times andccnditions better for setting than all those
The next morning they seem- are such-crops and maintenance of good J.C. CARTER <'

i:good as anywhere else*-Madison En- .ed to have been disturbed, so instead before the beginning of the j produced by pullets that have laid all pastures''all the year round. STARKE FLORIDA ,

terpriseRecorder.Mervin cf,, gathering them he planted a couple approaching new year.-Fernandina II winter. It is absolutely essential to The information in this booklet ,; '

Martin, the well known dog I of steel traps, and the next morning News-Record. !I breed to non-relatives, for we have I comes from some of the leading prac-t 'i

. fancier and breeder, while out hunt- the coon harvest opened full blast ; Jacksonville. Mysterv surrounds' found than an entire change in males i i tical livestock farmers of Florida and' +++++ 111 jhHH+tf ++* ** ,'.:

ing this morning, killed one of the '-each trap having a nice fat coon, the killing of F. W. R. Hirman, busi- each year brings our flocks up to its I from the Florida Agricultural De- + *. '

largest wild cats seen in this section. one a 12-pounder and the other a 15- ness manager of the Florida Times- best and strongest. When we have partment.; It is based on practical ex- .+ CHURCHES.BAPTISTRcv. + : "

Mr. Marvin was trying out a pack of pounder. No, he has none for market Union of this city, which occurred on bought high-priced males and because perience, not theory. The booklet is + -if +

'seven dogs and when in the swamps 1 as he was just experimentingwith the steamer Mohawk off the Carolina I II males wil loften bring them up to a being distributed free of charge on + .; W. A. '

just below the old waterworks the the crop, but if the demand justifies I coast George Perkins, of Boston, did bred them to their own progeny we j:I request. I. + relL Sunday school, 9:

dogs scented the game and after a'I he may plant an acre or two.-Ithe shooting and at the time Hinmariras I have found more weak chickens, more I | + M. Morning; service, 11 Fer'J

few I minutes' hunt .cornered the cat, Fellsmere Tribune.Jacksonville.What. ,I \ killed, B. H. Wright, of Utica I unfertile eggs, and less vigorous, I i MADE A MILLION ON THEM + evening service, :00. 'J;

which measured 5 feet, 3 inches.from he claims to I I IN. Y.!!, and Captain Adolph Ingram,|I stocky, strong grG iCrs. We believe; ] t cordially invite. to

tip to tip and weighed about sixty be a species of rattlesnake hitherto I i of the steamer, were wounded.. Perkins with even scrub poultry, change of I j I FARM. t with. us.
-.Palatka males will often bring them to a I
pounds. Item. up
then turned the himself + t
\ entirely unknown in this section has gun on I 1 I f
good productive strain, but the better Can a farmer make a million from .
been discovered J. B. but the chambers had been emptied. + CHRISTIANRev.: Ernest +
by Capt. ,
Some considerable interest'was Royall I the breed the better the result.A the farm? It is claimed that
3032 Hubbard street well known local The exact state of affairs which led i j i I by some + House, pastor. !;Services on + "
aroused here Monday by the appearance -) I year ago, hens that had laid all he cannot. That may to true if the
to the shooting is unknown. Per- + +
.. iilroad conductor, who is the authorcf up morning and evening of each
of a white buzzard. While this
kins is held at S. C. winter began being broody in March farmer hides his cash profits derived + fourth
Charleston, second and of +
is not the first an article in a recent issue of "All I I
time this
strange bird' I
and by the first of April there were from his work, or if he simply putsit
''has Outdoors" The snake is where the boat put in, charged with + the month., +
been seen here, reputable citizens I a swamp or
for natural in bank and let it
plenty ready furnishing a as a deposit
murder. He is said to be
a capitalistof 4 +
butterfly rattler, and was killed
declaring that it made its near i
appearancein incubation. draw 4 cent interest. But the
Eighteen twenty were on
Boston. F. W. Hinman or per
was one + EPISCOPAL Rev. W. H. Du +
this Waverly, Ga., about 60 miles from :
county nearly twenty years set, and the result was a good lot ofchickens other hand, allow him to invest his.
of the best known in
ago, still its visit is so infrequent as here, last Sunday. It is marked with newspaper men I : + Moulin, priest in :charge. Sun- +
of about the and farm in well selected
the South and had lived in Jacksonville same age profits judiciously -
to create quite a little bit of excitement I brown transverse slashes on a field + day school, 9:30 A. M. Morning + ;
later others were produced. In fact, real estate in city or country, and
The bird was seen Monday by 1 lighter brown, the slashes differing for many years, beginning at "V prayer and sermon, 11:00 + '.
I hens willing to become it is possible that advancing
so were quite
the bottom with the many
a number'of the citizens flying with considerably from those of the well same companyhe + o'clock. Evening prayer and +
mothers that the incubator not values of such investments was ,
[f others of its kind of the ordinary col- known diamond-back. Its most strik- was connected with at the time of I + sermon, 7:00 o'clpck. Choir re- + >J

'or, and at last disappeared with others ing mark, however is a slender bandf His death. At the last meeting of brought into acquisition. We never I with continuous profits from the farm + hersal, Saturday: 3:30 P. .M. + "j
had healthier lot of chickens work be able to make million- '
the Southern Publishers Association I a stronger, may a '
+ + .
\ across the river.-Milton Gazetts. bright red, which runs along its i I !
-- back from tip to tail It had the he was elected its president, an honor and they began laying in Novem- aire.A. + METHODIST -*. Rev. B. T. t.

The British tank steamer San Re- characteristic rattles and the skin I in the newspaper world. Mr. Hinman ber. We like eggs from old hens bet- little over 50 years ago a Ger- + Rape, pastor. Sunday schoolat +
carlo ter than ones, as they are larger man lad came to eastern Virginia
arirved. at Boca Grande this has been brought here as a trophy.Ileaves a widow, two sons and a young + 9:45 A. M. Morning service +
morning direct from Hull and seem stronger and better. One from New Jersey, where he had been
England. Naturalists credit this locality with daughter, all in Jacksonville. AnothI -i + 11:00 o'clock; evening +

The steamer entered the harbor drawing but three varieties of rattlesnakes.! I ler daughter died recently in Savannah can easily run an incubator during employed as a helper in a blacksmith + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior +

25 feet of water. Her cargo consisted They are the diamond-backl] the hart-! Ga.Alleged. !I the winter if warm quarters are furnished shop at a salary of $4 per month and + Epworth League, Sunday 4:00P. +

of 2,200,000 gallons of creosote, back and the ground rattler. I for the young chicks, but chickens his board. Without means, he made a 1+ M. Senior Epworth League, +
consigned to the I to have been one of the negroes need and the earth's here
C. H. dt: N. Railway. range surface very primitive beginning as ,a Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors +

This is the largest shipment of creosote M. L. Meloche narrowly escaped who murdered Edward F. Sher- I for scratching. Winter raised country blacksmith, doing all sorts + cordially invited to attend. *

received in the United States' serious injuries from a huge, infuriated -> man and committed another worse I I chickens are, of course, designed for of odd jobs in that line. Finally he + +

since the present European war com- hog which attacked him Friday crime at St Petersburg last Tuesday I I broilers, and bring the best kind ofa became the proud possessor of an ox, + PRESBYTERIAN

menced. The receipt of this cargo night and inflicted a bad wound on night, John F. Evans was last nightat price, but later chicks serve just as a cart and a plow. With this outfit I + lar pastor. Sunday school regu"J at + ]

.will now enable the C. H. &: N. Rail- the thigh of his right leg before he 10:25 o'clock taken from the city I well for winter layers. he began to grow vegetables. It wasa + 10:00 A. M. + '

way to continue treatment of all the had time to escape to safety.That Mr. I jail in that city by a crowd of several There is nothing better than a ken new departure here, and he found + + :J

'f ,ties and bridge timbers for its Meloche escaped without hundred armed citizens and hanged to take of chickens, she sale for his Later he
line. being torn I care early as ready produce. : !
+++++++++++4+ill +++"p++
After discharging the cargo the ship to pieces is attributed to his agility, to a telephone pole at the corner of seems to know what they need and enlarged his :work and began sending. '

left the harbor today.-Arcadia News. which kept the hog from knocking Ninth street and South Second avenue -'i they seem to know her voice. It is a his vegetables to New York and to j l him, and he doesn't deny it, that the 'I

With -- him down after recovering from the in that city. The body as it was .' difficult matter to put brooder chickens Philadelphia.He 1 first began to go to church riding in

Push characteristic energy and first shock of the attack. :Mr. :Melochs suspended in the air was riddled with I.1' with hens, because they have not invested his profits in more land his cart drawn by a faithful ox. The .

; the.Xy West Press has keeps the hog at his home on Pine bullets. Mr. Sherman and wife were learned her method of managementThe from time to time until he had secured -I ox getting somewhat impatient at the 1I

'of secured Eustis the Fla.services of A. J. Younger, key, opposite Pass-a-Grille. He was sleeping in bed at their home Tuesday most essential thing for the ear- all that he needed for his work: I length of the sermon began to bellow, 1}
'f who
a man has
i.tiona1 ana-I trying to put it in a pen Friday night, night when a negro killed him ly chick is warmth, and yet nothingis In the 51 years that he was engaged) to the discomfiture of the minister, "1
reputation I
\, and'book as an I when the hog suddenly became infur- instantly with shoto-un, the charge I I more disastrous than too great: a in his work, only one year was a fail- who had only gotten down to "seven

been printer. Mr. Younger has I. iated. Unexpectedly the animal turn-I j itering his head. Worse indignities', heat Nothing so enervates a young ure. He is still at the helm conduct- teenth" in his sermon; and our friend .I
largest and best with a" few of the ed on him.and had bitten him in the I were then committed, which may re-I i I chick as being kept for even a short ing his business, but he has the able!. was pleasantly invited to tie his y

ments printing establish-I thigh before he had time to move.i. suit in the death of another member time in too high a temperature. We assistance of two of his boys who I II steed farther away. The next time he
in the north I
-.r. ,*"* handsome ; He took prize i The teeth went into the flesh about of the family. Since Tuesday morning -I I all know, who have used incubators, have not left the farm, and with the came to church he rode in his carriage ,;
gold watch-for {'
: best piece of the five inches apart and the hog then posses have been hunting all over how high the .temperature seems togo example of the father's success before -', and gave the church $1,000 to .
t<, Florida in 1913 printing in the state of, closed his jaws, making a bad and Pinellas county.for the criminals. Evans -I during the hatching and how read- them, probably will not leave it.I:' aid in building a new one. He new frf.
L I and is strong comPetition -' painful wound.-St Petersburg Independent had been arrested as a suspect,1 1I ily the small chicks succumb to any As the profits accumulated, the rides to and from and over his farm ;.

'best-mechanics considered in the one of trade the' I lit having been alleged that he had, small adverse circumstance. We believe thrifty German farmer invested his I I in his automobile, keeps the farm accounts :1

1 ; '::1ft. the printing I! had trouble! with Mr. Sherman last : if the early incubator chicks are money made from the soil in real es- looks after the selling and :
He' With I
country. be 56,000
.t ; aently located with the perma-:. come pounds of snappers and week over labor. He was brought be-' to be placed with hens they should be the in or near the growing city of.., buying, and, in fact, has general supervision -5i

t eenu above conl. groupers the smack Nellie fore one of his alleged victims at the. placed under a hen that has been Norfolk. In time he became the owner over his great trucking in- .

;Key West Journal. I Franklin, of the E. E. Saunders Co., hospital yesterday afternoon, but it broody and has been given an egg or of business blocks, bank stocks and terests.
: ** F. King, who resides about three, banks this morning from the snap- was impossible to identify him, owing': two, as she seems to accept her broodin government bonds. He is now a director -, He made his money honestly, has J j

;1 ft. mtlea south of Perry, has eleven rows' per Hansen. in command of Capt. Gus to the victim having been blinded by a better spirit. Some hens refuse of several banks and is.at the never gambled in stocks and bonds, '
fof turnips two and a half feet apart,i iZ. is the largest catch of a blow over the head the night of the I incubator chickens, but many will acCEpt head of an organization dating back :I nor has he ever been guilty of seeking 4

i! less than one-tenth of an acre, from I snappers sacola the ever to be brought to Pen- tragedy. Outside .of the taking of them and mother them in the 40 years or more. He is more than a ,. to put up a comer on his soil

't w>ieh he has already sold more than I, time Franklin on her trip this Evans out of jail and lynching him. riost approved fashion. j millionaire, but still at the age of products. He raises his own forage, j
W *prth of turnips, besides giving: ord ef breaking the previous high rec- the crowd was as orderly as possible I For little chicks, either late or ea i nearly 80 is hale, hearty: and healthy, with some to sell each year. In this -j:
,many to 53,000 pounds, which was made and looks after his trucking he is setting a good example. To :
the neighbors and eating off ouickly dispersed after they had ly, we have found no better food than 1 and actively

them all the time; and there ire i 1 two Cooney years ago by the smack Mary E.( completed their work. There was apparent -I:I rolled oats or oatmeal. le seems a business.He what source shall we give credit in iA'

.,.: .:a lot of fine, turnips in the field yet which was also in commandof a determination that such a pretty dry food and yet chicks feed has never made a dollar except the case of our millionaire truck

;-t 'fte ground, was cowpenned just a Captain the Hansen. With' the catchof crime as that committed last Tues- on it, grow and develop repidly. A from the farm and from advancing farmer if not to the farm, farmer, ::1
ale Franklin and the catches of values in real estate purchased with and farming-A. Je ers, Virginia in .x
) and about ,three-fourths of a smacks day night must be avenged as promptly little green food is good and sprouted -
!l arriving late last week there and effectively as possible in the oats can be given in small quan- farm profits. In fact, it is stated of Southern Farming, Atlanta, Ga. 4i
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Friday, NoyemhAr '%>

iiy t: Iradford County Telegraph)1 DRESS UP THE TOWN. KEEPING THEM ON. THE I RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS 346-Bradford,Count Bank --- ,_. 2150 j death. near 100. ;

1- .FARM. Total The
-9132.49 '
In another column of the Telegraph 57,8-D18TRICf5. last, year of Kb '

Local, and Long ,Distance Phone Mayor C. F. Hoover designates Monday Passed By County Teachers'Asociation 948-Bessie McGrader Johnstown 20.00 ifodefetor: of tbe.BlackT; "
947-L. H. Flitch do ,_ _
By Major F. W. Barber: &.00
i/:' e. Number 40 November 23, as skiddoo day for { at Lawtey. 948-Leon Thomas Heilbronn 10.00 ciatioa: which covered a- ".
; A- :, .. They say that every cloud has 3 silver 949-Ruth Malphurs, do .._ __ '6.60 hi kM
:_ r dirt in Starke. It has been the custom S50-A. J. Nyttroa & Co.. incidentals 25.00 1 for' years: workfd'".
', } I : have lining, though some look exceedsly : At the beginning of the school term 931: -O. A. M j ll, Elarbee 15.00 sbnary. Often ,...
,.Published weekly, -and entered ai for years to an annual 952 W. C. timesiweWs he
"I darkAnd this applies to farm cf 1914 and 1915 financial conditionsi Wooldredge Little Sprjs:. 11-25
: ':'/ second,class matter at the post-office clean-up day in Starke. The idea of a 933: -H. B. \Yigzias rapt alary Samp> : clothing to* cross'
.' rife! as. much as to ,any other avoca- :Bradforcounty{ had become such son -_ 40,00 fee i
1 f" at Starke, Florida. ;!ean-up day is a good one as far as tion. 1 954-H. B. VTiHios. bocks Sampsoiu. 14.30 that be car e to in his trateN
: it goes, but it does not go far enough. that it was difficult to secure'money ; 955-H. B. W' rim, {incidentals, do 3.67 Tthenewsofth-'GospeL-1:
The great complaint of the farmer Lonietelle Brown. Lawtey ]
with which to finance the schools of 15.00
ETs. 7e ought to carry the clean-up idea 857-John' V/fse. wife in
janitor. Stark <
Matthews, 'Editor and Owner -f today 15.0a.T. \) J.ed December '
i little bit farther than usual this > is the difficulty experienced'i the nir-ty. The Bradford County :; W. Wblte 01; Son. ineidei: U Dur. : 1327;T
F E. Bobbins Associate Editor. Starke his -
,' ___ securing and retaining competent 3.20 ag ministerial -
: < and Easiness Manager. r ar. ,We ought to give the whole I !Sank, of Starke, had famished funds .953-T. & M. Druz Co., books for Thomas lack 'had the ec-.
I help. It is' a that extends from privilege ,
town a ,thorough cleaning and then cry to the county board of public instruc- Sfcl DeWitt- 16.58 of
C. Jones .4,000
it in such :ean to ocean, and is looked upon by ion for several but this 982-Ruby Peeples. Theressa incidentals Strk 17.50 10.00 over ; persons, a recur.
+ 'Frl yNovember 20 1914. rcss up a manner as to at- years, at time o ccur. rd. -
963-O. N. -
any as a problem without a solu- Howell. Thomas 10.80
tract the attention of visitors and I fet-unwilling to assume the further 964-E. C Hosford architect Raiford 97.35 In'
. I $65 October, '1912 he .juJ:
Rosen ,
Simmons Co.,
--' --- -- contractors
.r; ; tourists. Every property.owner should ion.But obligation of financing theboard of
there IS solution-a Lawtey bldg _:_11'i8.5i ti) H"aie! Clark; of .
i :. Wonder if Haiti's new government co-operate with tic: city in this very I public> instruction single-handed.. 966-Can Carter janitor Lawtey 10.00 Starke',
'mnle one., 967-S. B. Casen. builders work New tit1 rvives hint : -
s is still straight? Bed
} ; on lunicipal house cleaning. Old fen Severs banks refused to have R'ver 105.00
any 1ave.cur
"i.! and old buildings should be MAKE FARM LIFE ATTRACTIVE I 968-W. J. Roberson work Sampson 6.00 ( children by his
',;', A little touch frost makes the cs re- '0 THE YOUNG,MEN AND WOM3N. !;hing to do with the matter except j 969-S. W. Dubose incdtls Little Spres 9.SO riag ::3lrs. Mary Kate .<
aired and then given a coat of paint order: conditions seemed too hard 970-O. W. Moore, incdtte Theressa 2.A5 S
JS> whole world shiver. c whitewash and then vines planted ., 971-E. Waters pump Brooker 5.00 Savah: Ga.; Mrs. France '
1 j .H #'.' "--.-- Possibly think this is diffidt to the school board. .972-B. Y., Saxon wood Hampton.- 7.50 Salliv-o
I Sew to get rich Plant a bedded ';3 cover them later on. The stems of you a 873-J. W. Morraa. incdtls Elarbee .. 3.00 : South Jacksonville;
Finally, Messrs. H. J. Stewart ef |
thing to do. 975-M. G. Griffis. woo d Starke 11.25 BlackShellbme
pecan grove 25 years ago. fruit and shade trees should be white- 976 H. R. Brown work Brooker Ga.RillettlTamZ3 E.
: 8.00
: But IS IT DIFFICULT? Or IS IT .he'Bank cf Lake Butler, N. T. Ritch, -
washed. This will improve both the 977-Clyde Parker janitor Lake Butler 12.00 ; "one }:.roth.r..J. s.'
S The weather prevailing here now is IMAGINATION?, )>f the'Bradford County Bank, and J. 973-J. W. Morgan inedtls Starke 2.00 TesaiGa.; ; .
and the health of the and two '
"t ppearance 979-A. D. Kean, chalk and erasers_ 22.62 sisters,
:. the kind that has made Florida fam trees. Streets should be mowed an d'o Have you, Mr. Farmer, ever tried }. tyrd ,of the Citizens Bank of Rai- 980-H. B. Halt wood Lake Butler 17.00 Me C} ',k, AshvDle, N. c.. .
.. make the lives of and ford: all agreed to finance those 981-Carrie Sloan. Little Sprgs 8.75 "
your sons !
0U3.l '
cleaned and lots 98-J. D. !Baxter BslIelEjnnett
vacant given atten- repairing pump at Jesup, Ga .t-
; :
l ; our daughters and your help so at- schools in districts having no banks. Brook-r %.00 B ?h',3 :
c. The prophetic can see the Germany !on: Telephone poles and electric: 9S3! -R. B.e." work on piano Hamntn 10.00 > request he was laid >
. I : eye fight poles should be painted. These !active they would lose all desire for Later W. G. Seals, of the W. G. 984-1. I.. iSapn. repairs Vanderbilt.. 5.57 in Rroreen
't of tomorrow ia tae Belgium o eking their fortunes in the big cities Seals' Bank and Trust of 985-J. H. Scarborough In dt1s. Brookr .65 cemetery on N eq.
'" today. jggestions are offered by us in the Hampton 986 H. I.. Fowler inedtU Brooker_ 3.38 : .er'f. iford, Fla, Rev Jan'
, \ ,I' .. that ? : agreed to finance his home 987 Quigicy Lumber Co. pomp t: fixtures land'
some of our civic organizations o
c I have in mind He'Ibronn .... -. 6.25 $ the funeral "..,
'G Whtt has become of the old-fash will take the matter up and one simple and easy Tchools so that there are now few 981! -J. I.. Underbill inedtls. Kelly .95 from ;hr text, "I have _
method of driving the deadly : 989-Herbert Edwards janitor Lke Btl 5.00 fonpl -i"
; .: Toned editor who used the expression, away 3 schools in the that
-rt a general cleaning up movement nnui which county are yet 990-Drew Co. printing blank book._ 7.56 fight,'-Ihl ve kept ,the faitl1amo -'
i = "in cur midst?" ? engulfs many young people naming unpaid. 5! Rmdford County Telejrrao'i report .* ILj
'I" of the farm.Encourage blanks and books for Starke. ?25 : last words were A<
.:' r Civic ugliness is a liability, but civ- Therefore, in view of the fact thathese notice sale Starke school house $2 27.00 ner sA-e d by i..
\ It is time for Sherlock Holmes to the young people to get grace. ::

return again and discover the cause i beauty is an asset. Slovenly mu- together for social enioynrat as of- banks have realized the gravity Total _______________2810.62F.G.SCHELL A FRIENU
icipal housekeeping is a reflectionpon I 1f the financial situation for the ,
+ of the European war. "n as possible, at least once a week 1 '.
'.f> .. the general public. The apparel achers and the school officials of Secretary
luring the winter months. .
:,, ; 3.73 inches of rain fell at Miami i it proclaims the man, and the a PThe people of he county, and feeling that these I NOTICE. .
young a countryside
the other day. We could use an inch :arance of a town no less proclaims 'articular banking institutions
light organi/e "Get need OBITUARY. The
Together Club"d 'Sfbool
." and
; ; 'f it here to advantage now. o quality of its citizens. What we .nd deserve special ij Civic C11|
.... hold weekly meetings, and theseveekly recognition from serve t fysters, raw fried
-- vd is action intelligent concentrat1 and
.::. The Tampa Times says Americans action, and the zealous, energetic- meetings might be utilized 's as teachers, we do adopt the fol- Whereas, it has pleased our Heavenly salads &\d coffee, Saturday ere stesj&

in Turkey arc in danger and turkeysia c-operation of the city government, for mental development as well as for 'owing resolutions: Father to take from the stage Yovorirei 21, from 5 to,10 o'clock "
iceial Be it therefore resolved that of action and out of ,*
AMerica are in danger. 'vie bodies and the citizens generallythe purposes. we, ocr .midst our Turnernew; up-to-date restaoj

matter of civic improvemente The country school house might be he undersigned teachers of Bradford 11 teach beloved brother and elder, J. E. The tod'os of the club

The Kaiser now wears a drooping e "vquisitioned for the holding of an ounty, do vote thanks to the banksepresented Black, who was born in our sister utatio for cooking havelfti.
mustache. The Telegraph predicted : oysters i nd't.re.
you like to make this Christmas 'rcasional debate on some subject in by Messrs. Ritch, StewTt state Georgia January 29, 1843, he will bc'fip to the usual

this.change several weeks ago.' just a little different-and a little ;hich the entire community is inter Byrd and Seals, for their timely being 71 years, 9 months and 9 days dard. fThp. money raised excellent !

The Columbia State says the name ,better than all others of the ted. The young people could set lid to the board of public instrued old. supper wiljl> be expended frpttt.0q'

of Arizona should be changed to Ar- pest? Would you like to feel just a these subjects themselves, as ''ion of. this county. He served in the Confederate war, :-n ':chic work by' themittet _

t id-zona since the state was voted dry. ittle better satisfied with yourself? .' ,!der "statesmen" could enconro Be'it further resolved that we thank enlisting from Georgia. He was of Stafke: cleaning on the stre tt
I ., ?igu-o 2 up about the amount of money ? the rcrvement> by attending and up, t__ ,
Judge Wills for his assistance, in that wounded at Jonesborough, Ga., and away ; eMs etc that
The men who are cussing the hard -*" ;!"cMn" *" our city
t' you are going to spend and then e personnel of the jury. "
he of this the cheer
approved plan of financing bore hardships with good not locAisj
r times now will tell their. grandchildren nd a check for about one-tenth 01etwentieth :: the subject and the speakers of much like a hugo tradjceptaci ;
i the schools
: : of the county. for he united with the Missionary ?!taring the
what old times had in.ft. '-"
t: good we of the amount to -vening were selected a week or approaching &.
." 1914. I Be it'further resolved, that we t:o Baptist church at the ,age of 18 and idays. ", ,
two in
-hurch advance the
: treasurer. If iniwn young men would
every person
is far as is reasonable, favor theseanks catered in the ministry, or was ordained The
rr did that it would save the min- have ample time for digging out thor e patronage of the citizen:Is i e;
The kind of religion some peopleget named above October 1872. .
with our bus i in licited. '
tars good deal of pleading 'nformation for intelligent I
f necessary an 1.C
t ls is like vaccination. It runs out in ness. After he came home from the war
t funds. Of the discussion of the subject and
course suggestion I is by
course of time and has be
to gotten he united in with A.
: marriage Mary
-' ather startling, but it would be quite the time the debaters on both sides p OF THANKS. '
again. i keeping with the Christmas spirit 'cnckded their remarks the elder M. M. FRYER, Lawley. Burns the Fourth Sunday in November ,

r The bad man can't escape hell = 'statesmen" would have "somethingthink LOUIE BELLE BROWN, Law 1866, at her father's home in I desire *a thank my neighbors i4;]

Heaven itself would be hell to him because D n's Review notes further improvements ., about." They would have tey. I Scriven county, Ga., Rev. Joseph C. friends' for\-"their sympathy and l 5p, j|

he hates the society of good in the financial marketsrd pertinent angles to the situation pre- GRACIE FOGG, Lake Butler. Edwards officiating. He then settled during the; illness and death of

people. says the proofs are accumulating ,: .tcd for their consideration which NELLIE LOGAN, .Raiford. down to a farm life and the work of husband,: Rev. J. E. Black, and tsj:
ape |
bily that natural forces, combined :d never before entered their minds, MAYBELLE BRADLEY, Lake the ministry for a number of years. cially Dj- J. P. Tomlinson for la

The foot and mouth disease is said| Tvith the wisdom of business leaders, air it is a well known fact that whenfOUNG Butler. He then entered the saw mill work faithful work. ,
to be "ttir r sPrirns, The mouth disse -
.. r re enabling the country to deal ef- AMERICA really becomesjterested CLIFFORD HAERELL, Lake and it was there, that he lost his left 3 t MRS. J. E. BLACK.WHAtlwOMEIUAN'DO..
"' .
; always was a serious matter,in "ectively with the new and difficult "- in an undertaking he movesith Butler. hand. His wound.in the war being in ,

this country. 'roblems created by the %war, and renewed such amazing swiftness he'np.- PEARL GRAHAM, hake Lu t- the left ankle did not render him entirely .

Perhaps the timely eruption of Vesuvins optimism and courage are as- 'lv leaves the breeze behind. ler. disabled until age began to. a p. The wtimet n of this town can'do i

-: will relieve the tense war feeling themselves. 'Of course speaking publicly on a A. D. KEAN, Starke. proach. After loosing a hand and also Jt for its In many towns the wca-,

,''r in Italy and cause the nation to e ven subject would be moro or less RUTH BIGGS, Lawtey. having an enlarged ankle he was' tare found working together fe

e remain neutral. D:. Simon Flesner is trying to iso- awkward to most your men: at first, H. B. WIGGINS, Starke. 1 employed as a missionary to go in ivic bettcnr.ent-more parks, cleans

i -.jfc. | lata the germ of the foot and mouthsiting .t it would require but a short time S. A. DRAPER, Committee. the destitute regions to carry the 'n's organizations and clubs of worn-

Before Florida imports any Belgians disease in order to prepare a serum | 't: them to become familiar with ddls e- good news and glad tidings to poor streets, pubic libraries, gymnasioEicd ,

it would be well to provide jobs to immunize cattle against the ate and then they would "warJh up' Resolutions of- lost souls. cleanerl: morals. Bat a wtma

and fams for all her own citizens ease.7c have been told that the, j t their tasks. Bradford County thanks Teachers'passed by tho And it wos in this work that he can do as iviuch as an individual iirile

r who need them. milk of a sow treated with anticholera And this study and these public dis- Association as Bomber of club
his last a or acj
at Lawtey, November 14, i9 14.spent days, having come toether
Uncle Joe Cannon serum will kill suckling pigs. uscions would develop their intel- Florida for that about twenty organization. She can enctrar"He -
sued a newspaper We, the teachers of Bradford County purpose -
Would it be safe to use milk from a | tots and broaden their minds as her husband to interest himself
::, for $25,000. He is old Teachers' Association years ago, working the territory
has cow that had 'thing else could do and'the intellectual asesmbledat ;; movement
been treated with the any for the public good,
to know that no.newspaper man Lawtsy do south of Jacksonville to Palatka, .
I. that much new serum? I and practical expansion reilting hereby expres sour ap where he, he can exert an influence where mere
money. predation won many good and faithful
to the
from such a course would rev people of Lawteyfor nan has much less influence than she
friends who will miss
0.. ,_ Some of the roads in Bradford The poultry'fiend of the Florida Metropolis 'utionize the countryside within aTaw their hospitality to us while in always Las; for she can teach the children of
ready words of comfort and cheer. Hew
: : county are so crooked that a special bases his claim that poultry years. their midst. her own home and of the neighborhood

z. model automobile equipped with hinges pays upon tho assumption that every And then the club would have its Be it therefore resolved, that we s much noted for his wordsconsolation of pride in;:the home town and u

-:- has to be used., 'ien lays 200 eggs a year, that every sgular meetings purely for social vote thanks to thegood people of and advice. ambition to nuke it a clean and well

'' I i gg will hatch and that every chicken njoyment for the relaxation of the Lawtey for tlie entertainment of us lIe took the pastoral care of Eve r'. governed rnu 'ipality. The town that

The British moratorium expired will live. It is. evident that he never 'rd and body from the strain of while in their midst. gEm Baptist church when it was becomes a model of it size is the town

:' last week, and it is time for some of ily toil and these Be it further small in number and served it eleven here
raised chickens except on' paF-r, meetings where resolved, that a copy ; both men and women are plan
) .be
k" private moratoriums in this neck TrMch can be done with profit and *'e sexes intermingle in friendly: converse of these resolutions be furnished to years, the membership being at his sag and working for it all the timer
of the
.i to expire.. rithoat loss.Postmaster. and games would add additional Inch of the county papers for publi L _
-- -- --

,: business It is ,not but always it is comparatively easy to start easy a Voegtle ID of New Or- 'harm hip within and attractiveness the circle. For to member-the so- cation.Committee-S. A. DRAPER. .4.........................N..............N..4+4N+

'ans, is trying to deliver a letter to ial side of these weekly meetings of +
to step It fact business will
one. a
i.r, A stop itself sometimes. handsome young lady, whose pig the young men and women and the HIS FORD. Progressive Business Slarle i ii

:f- ire is the only address on the er. "ethers and the mothers' would give I Firman

i The European war can't last much velope. Why does he not publish the 'o the rural districts an air and at- Ths Fulton, (Mo.) Tribune sings ,

tff : longer. The Hearst pagers: have already picture in the daily papers? He could '.ospl>ere cf gaiety which would for- crlh thus soulfully Readers of the Telegraph will their

t"t kilhd 50,000.000 soldiers and ir.d the young lady in a few hours if ,ver banish that dreaded spectre, the here was an old soldier, and head films to

ii there can't be many left.Everybody's ha is in New Orleans. "nil to the City." a wooden leg; a ride he couldn'tteal i advantage to trade with the represented -

--- Taken all together "Get To ehClub" and a ride he wouldn't
.4' a beg; so in this directory.
doing it. Doing what? The war correspondents ought to "
would be about the most 'e took four spools and an old coal t

Wearing Iron Crosses. Iron crosses use a little judgment in sending dis 'J .___ _ _ _
opular feature of rural lift and and he made- him Ford
a and it yyy..... ....q.......
1; are becoming too common to confer patches. Both sides can't win at the 4NMNN. ':..NN.NNtfv'FUUNITURE. +
laid !
serve to keep many thousandf run, by gosh
distinction upon the wearer. same time. One side ought to be allowed young men on the farms who are .......................... .......... ............."
to win and : .
one day
t..::, The dove of peace would now have side the next day. K." rushing off to the big cities and MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD REAL ESTATE .
to' as much trouble in finding a restingj individual oblivion. .

: place at Mt. Ararat as Noah's dove Editor King, of the Clay County A "Get Together Club" means a Regular Routine Business !Is .......................... ...........o........ H

;' had at the time of the flood. Times has lately been confined to his roader intellect, a contented mind, Transacted. ?a' 60000.4 6AOOG OOFi AA 9t

*i nation home by eye trouble. Ejp trouble has nd a fatter pocketboo .

&>" They say a can't go to war been almost epidemic among the men For to a very considerable extent (Continued from Page 1). 4. COMER L. PEEK FUR 'ITURE .

if* without money. Turkey and Japan since the latest styles of 'he nation is dependent tpon-is at 0 .

; .' are both reported to be bankrupt, bu came into female apparel the feet-of the young man of theGermany's *H-Bradford County Eank, inUrest. 111.47 .. Florida Real Estate, Land and and almost tfiything else yon :
vogue. 112-3uby I',,! !'. Roberts __ *
< ( 3500; nip|t want
hey both voluntarily went to war. arm. 513-Kubv P epl s. Theresa ___ 45.09( Timber Expert. e f.
According to a poem printed else- t" __ 114-C. E. Crosby zeff __ 35.00 .
<"# Most of us get stung occasionally I "515-Hun er Coff. Do'\ !ni? _____ 40.00 HULL'S :DEPARTMENT
where in the Telegraph Kaiser Bill surprise in the way of 517-S. B. Cascn building New-River 120.00: 33 years Experience at Starke. STORE.. .
tai and it is some satisfaction to know has sent an ultimatum to the Almighty Mg guns has been eclipsed by Uncle -N. H. Stokes board tervices 11.20 .

-i: that even John D. Rockefeller pays and threatens a Zeppelin raid upon- lam, who has a 16-inch naval gun II1 320*--M.Annie S. Haves Hirers teaehin Providence Lit_Springs 60.00 70.00 . ;.. ;;+

f.'f too much for the whistle sometimes.He heaven if he does not receive a favorable ith a range of 15 miles' and twice 322-F.321-Marie a Parker Schell salary do ____ 100.00. .00 .N.N.N/NNN.N........ .......................+"

recently paid $15,000 for a picture answer. be penetration of the German guns. :J24-Rena McDonald! -- __ 3.75 .

9 1 that was worth only $5,000. 'ncle Sam is not always asleep when I '.\ 5-ChesJey Foee. 4 da beard serv'ce 11.00; i. DRY GOODS. DENTISTS :
i ?6-Caie Sloan Little Springs! ____ 30.00 :

:In:tables addition De to Soto her county citrus is fruit growing ando b:: eyes are closed., I ;27-.J.aon II. Scarborough----,f_repairs.____school__ 2.00 I.......................... .4ooo
Beware of Ointments for a fine crop cf newspapers, the last Kaiser Bill is afraid to allow his 128 329--H.Chesley L. Fouler Fopir rails 2 da, etc board Brooker service_ 12.00 9.02 > &&&&&&&&&&&

330-331-J. R. Davis & Co., 4 .
-one out of his sight He takes it : insurance
Contain eie iprouted
Catarrh reuf' being the Avon Park
Starke school building; ____ J. W.
255.00 MORGAN
as mercury Will surely destroy the sense Facts. ih him when he goes to the front 332: -Nctre Jobnson Starve- ____ 75.00 0 DR. U. <:. TURNER .t
of smelt and completely derange the review his armies. He seems to :C33:-Qaigley Lumber Co., balance on e : DENTIST .
Headquarters for
whole system when entering: it throughthe Starke school sidewa'k! .w__ 119.10 *
mucous surfaces. Such articles! should United States troops will evacuate -ir that he will lose it and there's 334 OmVley Lvrbrr Co.. material on Ladies Ready-to-Wear Goods, Edward Building
never be used except en prescriptions Vera Cruz Monday ; reason StarVe and Theresa schools 160.44 Dry Goods Notions .
> November 23 for his fears. Etc. 0
from reputable physicians, as tha (Jaraase 'I 513 Carrie Sloan Little Snnns ___ 40.00 Upstairs. oiir Pobl Office t.
they will do Is tcn foU to the good yea which will furnish occasion for --- 336-Bradford County Bank taking up .
derive from them. Hall's ________ ,
can possibly Edison all warrants -- 5SL6317n. ?
too rich.
Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J. thanksgiving on both sides of the Rio says we are ; M. Powl njr. returned polls 4.00 W i A0 4Ds'> 4 flPr060 D00

Cheney & Co.. Toledo. 0.. contain* nomercury Grande. ,j That depends altogether upon who"we" m r!-N. H. Stokes board service 4.00 . . . ., %" "* .!.!.oM<$#U.YiM
and Is tn\en Infrcally. ctlngrct1y 113-J.
E. Futch.
retainer fee for
< upon the blood ail nurom, EUr- includes. It might be true in year beginning July I __ 25.00 4 CHARLEY TOM THE TFLEGSAPH e
liceg cf the bee sn ttrrfrT is IIiTsCatarrh When the country weeklies of Florida the case of Edison and the person or :Ul-L. W. Klckliter 2 da board scrv 8.00 0 Chinese Hand 0.
i Cure pt t frenu- want be 3 Bradford County Bank borrowed Laundry JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY I
-Into Is tafren Coney ( !r.l Tee to noticed they say some- persons to whom he spoke, but thereare money _______ 1800.00!! 0' <> < ;
'r Oi'ln. by 1'J & Co. thing for or against the Times-Union millions of 112:-IVe Butler Bark borrowed '
ti?('- I19 free. us who 'are not too money _____________ 180000 4 1 Jefferson and Thompson Sts, 0. Best Advertising Medium of The
..."v v.. rtrnwsrs!*. Prl.r"" F.ow'0.r knowing that it will appear in thatleper's -ich, according to our way of think *ll--Saiford Bank. borrowed.. money. /550.0l STARKE, FLORIDA. 0 0
JPtula : : --Tj.- rv nit r chairs for Ccanty.
i4.r::6 '" l Eoomerang department ing.J 0. ,
lake Butler school 10.80 s'4s 's 00r t <
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:I ; 'N vember; 20. 1914. THE BRADFORD COUNTY !rrratAtDrrHL :\ '

ft. __ __
:'W' "'-- rAti .'IVE

'' '! it The Starke Cigar Co. is now doing ; .
t j.1' business on the second floor of the

building occupied by the A. M. Darby

; Bits of LocalInformation .1II1J I store.

a 6a+trrxi'of t lc> taSt
Mrs. Sarah Looney Ham -ick will lihrwghl itu efkstebpxter -:
s open her pri\"ate'school for little children ?Sha11 alberL"1 0AQdttQi ..,o.

on Monday November 23rd, at anaho binthermthcf t

c..m"'l 0... p__';' 71"1 mat the Rivers house. )Than1cs ; ;
NU" h. caM T.... iving isthe. day to 9.wr E =#
W i thanks for the good
Mr. W. G. Brooks is adding another y uv*>
.. c enjoyed in the '
.. past and to
a day
.i '"""I story to store building on N6rthWalnut
resolve to do better
in the
For dry goods. Leviton. Ladies coats and suits at street. This addition was futon.,,
made to meet the need of more'room. .

Gun shells at Kickliter's. the right price. Sternberg's. Why nol start to put Money in the Bank..
Mr. Marion Carter, of the Water- and be for 't D s
ever thankful. You '
; > Help clean up your town.f' Attorney D. E., Knight was in oak section, has purchased a new need Jo start with much_ will don ;/
I Gainesville on legal business Thurs Ford automobile and he and his fam
CANS Jones Hardware. day. ily are deriving much pleasure from
'/"' I its use. 11paJh _

t.-, Boy your gun shells at Kickliter's. Mr. J. E. J. Wainright, of Water- A half dozen photos makes six 4i1' 1 '

jt\ oak, was in Starke on business Wed STl\RHE [
charming Christmas gifts. Hoover
Cleanup day Monday, December 23. nesday. IA
Bros. are making many new styles of I

|f Apalachicola. oysters at Kickliter's.I It< has looked like rain and has felt portraits. Quality and price to suit ". . . v. . W. A. 1. !

like snow this week, but it has not you. Have a setting made now. DR. O. L. HAYNESDentist. BESSENT Jr. F. S. PEDRICK 1
: Boys' clothing. Sternberg's.Special .
\ done either. 0 .
i Have supper with the ladies of the -
sale of boys' clothing at p FIREPROOF
A. S. Crews was in Rai- school and civic club Saturday evening 0 l lone 80. Hull Building. GARAGE ; i
,Leviton's.'d'I You will
not only enjoy
and Lake Butler on legal busi- your 0 STARKE FLORIDA. ; >

See the ladies coat suits aStump's. t nes Tuesday. supper, but will help them to clean: up AA. . . ._ . .. .. AA. ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE !: ;'

your town. .. .
I ,
> I Rev. W. F. Malphurs attended the. itself ENGINE WORK. : :;
gourd not large
I, was nor unus- ,
Oysters served any and desired tf
Gainesville fair Wednesda every
LADIES-Wizard Jones y andI ual
mops. in any way, but the stem was
| way by the school and civic f
Hardware. I Thursday. about three feet long. The cotton. WORK GUARANTEEDPHONE 'i I
I I I r :tub Saturday, November 21, 5'to'10 :
Men's work shoes. Sternberg's. I Eav..B. T.Rape was in Gainesvillerd P. M. Turner's" up-to-the-minute restaurant stalks were large in diameter and 13 t ,
:; 103 '
feet in length. They look Hl like small <,
Rcchelle business
on Wednesday
I Sr
ic i, ;;;d Thursday. trees and were of the Georgia High CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON STREETS ;. ,

See Hoover Bros. about it o.w- Take your family to Turner's Sat Bush variety. : ;.
Mr. J. W. Andrews Sr., attended
urday. Enjoy delicious oysters cook ;
don't neglect
"'0 Gainesville fair Wednesday and ed by the ladies of the school and Judging from the number of new 1 I; -1--_ ?;:

Turpentine chips for kindling. Thursday civic. club. Delicious salads and .-of'ee. dogs and new guns that have been '
bought lately and the Our Watch and Clock
Jones, IIardwcre.bars. Usual prices. impatience of Repairing '
!iFoOl' oil-just what you have been the local nimrods for the opening of Will more than please '

A .S. Crews was a visitor to wanrin*-Quigley Lumber & Supplyi Senator and Mrs. A. Z. Adkins and 'ha hunting season today, the game you. Estimates given C i, ,

", Jacksonville Monday. II I i I Company their! < guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ear birds in this section of Florida will II II Il, cheerfully.vice. Prompt ser % ,

I!! the'siit rat, of Saxton, attended the Gainesville have little cause for thanksgivingthis We Far Parcel Port :f
Stylish millinery at Sternberg's. oolsey's-yol1 know J Charge One w.,. '' ,!
; fair Wednesday. and Thursday year. Hunting talk almost ex- !I .
'; is the best. Quigley Lumber and I JEWELRY DIAMONDS / i tl)
i ;It ;'i Supply; Co.Ladies'. and while there were the guests of eludes war talk in Starke these days.I AOVELTIES L pt, .:;I

Mr.. S. J. Sternburg was a visitor Hon. and Mrs. J. E. Adkins. Mr. 0. E. Alvarez, who lives six I R. J. RILES yr j \11 t!
waists all of the
to Jacksonville Tuesday. J I There will be no preaching at the miles from Starke on the Starke and JaekMBville Fla. /r !! (( "
latest .styles at Sternberg's. N 1
Ladies and childrens cloaks S Episcopal church Sunday, but therewill Raiford road, brought to the Telegraph to 1J J

ti i I Mr. C. A. Marks and family attended be Sunday school at the regularhour. office a stalk of sugar cane 7 ''C
at Stump's. |i I the Alachua county fair at The rector, Rev. W. H. DuMoulin 1-2 feet long, which had 19 short r.C ..:-- F-4:

i} Rev. L. W. Kickliter was a visitor Gainesville Thursday. will fill his regular appointment joints and weighed 8 3-4 pounds, and ,

1 to"'Jacksonville Thursday. I I I at Melrose. 11 Porto Rice>> yarns'that weighed 35 Insure With
,, I Mr. R. J. Turner of New River, pounds. The cane and the yams were .

Col C. L. Peek made a businesstri visited his brother, Mr. J. 0. Turner, In reply to our inquiry last week grown without fertilizer and bear ela-J i

to Jacksonville Thursday. i and family here Saturday. about a rice mill Mr. S. J. Prescott, I J. R. DAVIS
: I of quent testimony to the fertility of j & COMPANY
Hampton, informs us that he has !
Prof. A. D. Kean made a business Rev. John Mullady, of Hampton, a"rice mill and that he cleans rice at Bradford county land. I ,
to Jacksonville Monday. will preach at the Christian church.on; STARKE FLORIDA '
trip ,
I I Hampton every Saturday. He also Mr. Fred Sapp brought four stalks'
'!I .
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Robert Gray, of Gainesville, I I I stated that he would sell the mill if of Green Simpson sugar cane to the II And Wear That

visited friends here Sunday. 'I I A complete lumber yard and building -; anybody wants it. Telegraph office Wednesday- that are Satisfied a

supply store at your service: '' remarkable for their size. They are I
.- Ladies! and childrens sweat-< Lumber and Supply Co. Mr. E. J. King, of Hampton, was 10 feet in length and each stalk has1'joints. Smile.

at I in Starke on business Thursday and This large cant was a I
Stump's.Mr. part
ers .1 i
I I The most charming Christmas gift informed the Telegraph that he had of the second cutting. The first cutting ; i'i'I ',

W. S. Parker, of Raiford, win as to a friend or relative is a photo- een the inquiry for a rice mill in was made in September. .Mr.I

Starko* 'on business Friday. I I I II graph. Costs but a trifle. Hoover last week's paper and dropped in to lapp raised this cane on the J. M. -

Mrs.-J. C._Cone' of Lawtey, Bros.was .ell us at that W. G. Seals has a ricenill Truby farm, 2 miles east of town, on I f!rtmzing- than all .the chemistS in {it +tt+itfttt+ fff t .

.shopping in Starke Tuesday. I j|I I Miss Ella Strickland, of Waldo, is Hampton, which he operates the Starke and Kingsley lake read. the agricultural department. Save + + ',
every Saturday.Mr. the CLASSIFIED
I II I|[ ''he guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Mr. Truby has already shipped four leaves. i ADVERTISING +

Mr. B. R. Witkovski and family' Knight at the Commercial 'arloads of this cane to Jacksonville | + + + ++ *. i
I I Hotel this A. A. Wainright is removing + + +++ + ++ ++++++
County Commissioner
'r J. E. Wil-
have moved
week. 'era a patch of :
his: stock of merchandise to Water- one acre.
liams, of Alachua FOR RENT-Two
county, who lives store rooms in ,
Blankets and, comforts at Horse high bull )3k.this: week, where he will conduct at Bell, shipped Monday central location on C$11
strong, pig tight; James Clark, who became suddenly | my way ofStart street. J.

Stump's. Southern wire fence for sale 'at the Tj" .general B. merchandise business. Mr. insane on Monday of last week, was ; a coop of fine Plymouth Rock W.. Morgan. y I I
Hopson will .
I Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. j open an ice cream taken to the state hospital for the insane chickens, consisting of two roostersind .
Mr. F. Harlot and cold FOR SALE A"few''bacon:
C. Cochrane, of Palatka, was drink stand in the four hens for hogs
in Starke on business Saturday. American fence. If quality and not.luar.tity building vacated by Mr. Wainright. at Chattahoochee last Sunday. Alachua at the cheap. R. R. Wynn, Hampton, Fla.
I I fair this week.
Mr. Clarke county One
counts,.you will buy American --- .- was confined to the coon 11132t. |
Mr, J. P. Prevatt ,,of Floraho m e,! fence. Low .prices.: DeWitt C. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Futch and Mrs. ty jail here for several days and was )f the roosters had two false feet. He .

\. 'was' a' visitor to Starke Friday.Mr. I I Tones. DeWitt C. Jones attended the first given medical attention, but his con- had no spurs, but where the spurs FOR SALEKlondykelstrawberry; !; I

I artist concert of the Ladies' Friday dition rapidly grew worse and it wa aught to be he had three well form plants, second runnefs, $1.J:>0 per

'. Roger D. Wells made a b usdNew, entirely sanitary and up-to- Musicale at the Duval Theatre i in found necessary to hold an inquest o fed toes on each leg. Otherwise th e 1000. A. H. Green, Strke.10.23-tf, '
ness trip to Jacksonville Friday. date-the Kaustine closet system for chicken was normal. It 4
Jacksonville 'unacy. He attracted much
Wednesday was
evening, in a committee FOR SALE-Early Flat Dutch
,Mr A .P. Moseley and family have home, office and schools. Quigley which Madame Olive Frenstad, the composed of Dr. J. P. Tomlin- attention at the depot. One day last Early Jersey Wakefield and a f
Lumber cabbages
Supply Co.
,moved from Gainesville to Starke.Children's famous soprano singer, was them 1ttraction. con, Dr. A. H. Freeman and Mr. W. week at the depot our attention wa plants, $1.00 per 1,000; J. W. Staf, '

Mr. E. S. Royer and family moved a -ry., Baisden, and he was pronounced -ailed ,to a colored than who had four Waldo, Fla. ll-6-5t.

sweaters, coats| to Fort Myers this week, where Mr. insarie and the committee recommended et-that is, he had enough foot at I I

and shoes at Sternberg's.Special Royer has entered a homestead of 160 The Johns buildings, between Hull's his removal to the state hospitaL the end of each leg to make two ordinary FOR SALE-Coon and possum

acres of land. store and the railroad, the old Bradford feet. He was an object of hounds, fox and cat hounds, pointers -

bargains in coats for ladies -- County' Bank building, on the Dr. A. J. Boss, of Monroe, Ga., was much interest to everybody who noticed and setters. M. L. Crawford, ..

misses and children at Leviton's. | Mr. 0. J. Farmer, of Gainesville, Corner of Call and Thompson streetsind in Starke several days this week to his pedal extremities. Tiger, Ga. 1. n.6-7t.

the Times-Union representative, was the Odd Fellows building on Eas look after the fine pecan grove southof
Special bargains in coats for ladies I FOR SALE-First
class handmad3cypress
in Starke looking for business Mon- Call street, are all receiving dressesif town which he purchased of Mr. A tennis match for the local sham
; misses and children at Leviton's. will barrels, $2 per,barrel; 5 or
day. stucco, which gives them a. new Fred Dawson several years ago. Dr. pionship be played on Mr. J. E.Futch's barrels
more $1.90 each
Mr. B., L. Fuller, of Gainesville, ",nd modern appearance. Boss gathered and shipped over 500 court on' Thanksgiving day, from Mose : ; i'
Col. W. T. Weeks Mr. Mack's chop> Starke, 3
and Mrs. R.
transacted business in Starke Friday.Mr. pounds of nuts while he was here. He beginning promptly at 2:00 o'clock p. Fla. Joe Griffis.
A. Weeks and Mrs. J. E. Wilson The concert given at the 11-13-41.
attended school auditorium informs us that there are a number of m., between DeWitt C. Jones and Julian -

J. F.' Morgan, of Gainesville, I' the Gainesville fair Thurs'day. last Friday evening under small seedling pecan trees on hi L. Peek, the present champions, I I WANTED-To buy hides coon, opossum

was in Starke on business Friday.If he auspices, of the Civic and Musi farm that he will give to anybody sand Clifford Chancey and Carl A. skunks, otter, fox, wild cat i

you are hunting for bargains blr.Mr.. R.- R.--Hoffman, of Atlanta, and -ale clubs treat of for Starke those was a rare muleal who wants them for budding if they l I II Knight, the challengers. Mr. J. E. and house cat, for which I will pay ,
Futch the
attend will act highest market cash T.
will H.
at and
.in shoes George Hoffman, of Tampa, visited I- The po once dig them up and
try Sternberg's.The attendance
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 4e was rot as large as remove them. I I ips. as umpire and N. Sternberg asinesman. B. Shirley, Brooker, Fla. ll-13-4t

,most complete line of wood P. Hoffman, the first of the week. occasion merited V1: account of: l Mr. Futch has a private : FOR SALE-Sorrel mare, 8
tad oil heaters. Jones, Hardware. I hreatening weather. Mr. L. V. Moore received a shipment :ourt, but he wants to announce that old years !
1,000 pounds, guaranteed to be
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. McDonald, and I It rf 15,000 tin cans last week, which I I everybody is .welcome to play tennisor
was stated in last sound \jvoman
week's and.
w 5 or 6 doses 666 will break any fir and Mrs. H. L. Fowler, of Lake Tele l he will fill with Florida syrup and witness at gentle; any ; can
ease of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. graph that Mrs. F. A. Scott attendedthe any time. drive her, will work ry\vliere, good
Duller, were visitors ship to the North, where there is Thanksgiving
to Starke Fri W. C. T. U. an Day is a holiday and saddler '
convention at Jack ; new Tison & (ones top
Mr' N. Wainright attended day. ever expanding market for this deli=: many of our people
t the: sor.ville. Mrs. are enthusiastic
': had been electeda buggy and harness. Ear .in. E. E.
3 lachua county fair Thursday. cious product. In fact, Mr. Moore tennis;: fans and a large attendance is '
From any picture you have we delegate to the convention and had< Canova, Starke, Fla.
has more orders for syrup than he expected at the
game next ,
> 5 6 doses 666 will break any make a beautiful large photograph; made arrangements to attend, but ran filL By canning it and placing ?Mr. Futch is going to offer Thursday.a hand- FOR SALE-One new Ford;' .--car, 'and
,t.R of Fever lust the thing" for Christmas s was prevented from going by illness
or Chills. Price 25c. a pre
it the market in
ent. Hoover Bros. upon attractive shape ome sterling silver tennis pin as a goods of D :.S. Wheeler,

H n. A. V. Long and family attended If your wife is a member of th o Mr.: Moore not only finds a ready sale trophy to the champion single player deceased, at public auction at late

the Gainesville fair Wednps'd Mr. John Campbell left Wednesday civic club tell her you will meet herat : for it, but gets better prices than by to be retained by him as long as residence of the deceased tin Starke

x J.' for Plant City, after a short stay in Turner's at 7 o'clock for supper selling it in bottles or barrels. Mr. ha can successfully defend his title to on Monday, November :..3, at 10

--- Starke with his brother, Dr. E. T. Saturday evening. If she isn't i a Moore is also a large canner of various the championship, but must be surrendered o'clock, A. M. D. W. Ma' ling, Ad-

SteWool sweaters and jerseys Campbell.Mrs. member of the civic club (and if sb kinds of vegetables and says to a new champion when- ministrator. : '

isn't she ought to be), tell her to that is the only way in which large ever he appears.

; -" Stuck, of Georgia, and Miss greet you at Turner's. qvar.tities of truck can be disposed of DRINK DRINK
-_ Ginghams" worth 10 cents facents r 8 Jennie Lou Rivers, of Lake Pickett, profitably. NOTICE CF FIRST NESTING.:: OF CBEDITOBS. I

P for the next 10 days at levi- FIa., are guests at the home of band Ir. Manager J. L. Warren of the Starke la f,e district court of the Unite! States a
ton's.'Friday.. Mrs. Telephone The leaves of the deciduous trees for the Souther! CLlrict of Fjj-ija. In ..
A' M., Exchange has been bankraptcy.
>r..I II f Darby this week. notified r .t.
; ; -- that on and after December 1 are falling fast. We observe thatmost In the matter of R. B. Roberts and J. T. I .

;tf ,1lr't ; ,and Mrs. J. 0. Miller arke Mr. Everett Miner now holds the war tax of one cent will be collected a people rake them into piles and Andrews Wc-thinyton, trading, Florida us,Rrtrrls in the rour.tr&; Andrew ef Brad. fI! :
I were visitors to S position of engineer ford, detrlct a'orcsaid. I
t at the city light cpon all long distance burn them. This is a mistake.. Dead Notice bankrapL .
telephone is DRINK
[ and mes hereby riven that ra the Uth ds* DINK:
water plant, which Mr. L. D. Bes- sages. Depot Agent T. J. Griffin has haves are too valuable to burn. They of r. NVvtTiber. A. D. 19H. the said R. B. ;. t --
: .bcrt and J. T. Andrews
'Miss'Emma Moore, of New'River,, sent recently resigned. also received notice that a tax of oneI I I aught! to be saved for the compost jifrfi baBkrept and that the were first duly moftm-r a
.Jtoted relatives and friends in Starke The ladies of St Mark's Guild cent will be levied upon all tele- heap. Dead leaves will provide the of of the their eerof!creditors said will court be in held the in Covermient the fie I desire to thank the goo-l'i oople of ;

.this' .week.. preparing to hold are ;rams. humus your garden needs. Leafreould Build'ns in the city of Jacksonville D'lval Lawtey who so kindly aided me during
their annual sale county Florida on the 1st day of Deeen-ber.
of fancy articles '-'.- -- contains the elements of 4. D. 1914. at 10 o'clock A. M.. at wh'eh the illness and death tf my hus >I
;His* Carrie Mills left last week for in in connection wiDe Mr. A. F. Roberts ,who lives near plant food that the shrubbery and time said, appoint creditors Jr..,. attend prove theirclaims band. They will ever be remembered
oyster a trustee examine the bankrupt
,;'I4e side where she will teach school cember 4.supper Watch on Friday night, Bell, sent to the Alachua county fair rose bushes and flowering plants re- and transact each otwr business Mmav by me for standing so nobly) ,by me in

". .winter' later. for announcement i for exhibiton an old-fasllion gourd /) Leaves are nature's own fertilizer Jacksonville.rrowrlT ecme Florida.b-fore November said meeting.17. 1914 I 37 hours of distress. {.

II I I and__a_bundle. of cotton .stalks. The. and nature knows more about I 1 clt Referee's. S.in ADAMS.Eankrop : MRS. E. R. RHODEN.



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Friday, November


His Carpenter's Cinch and the thavingt -
It WM Easy For the Pullman "
That Fell From It. "TflS

If, } MOITTHDISEASE GULFSTATES A graph description of a .visit to A. party Convince of physicians the Doctors.were the Bounty' \

Victor Hugo in Guernsey and of his ..
( J1 ., way to a medical convention
quaint borne there !* given by the late i bad
'J!;: gathered to the buffet car

;: = Danger of Milk Spreading The Washington, D. c., Nov. 19.-Con- Sir William Butler in hU .autobiography I| cosi professional matters. the Farm to iheCftyTabIeJ ;.

siderable interest: is being shown in : I 1 hail begun with proper

.; C -f'! Disease Overcome By Quarantine the Southern states this year in wheat "Of the many curious thin;;!! to be I bandaging. It bad progressed )
'. 1 ( growing. Inquiries are coming to the teen. In HanteriJJe, House the master's pout where sneezing was
' I
. and Pasteurization. U. S. Department of Agriculturefrom Bleeping room was the strangest. He i for the germs it disseminated .,

had It built on te roof between two the eugfue'wlilstltd to r ,. <
many sections the South regarding I i
I Washington D. C.. Nov. 19.-The the of wheat great blocks of chimneys. You ascended proachJng station. The Porter
suitability as a '
anxiety- that has been expressed in crop in these sections, and regarding to his workshop_ bedroom by I He waved his whisk broom. is a demand in -
in the effect stairs which somewhat resembled a '"Breeb yon tits IuhT" he
several quarters regard to.
varieties and methods of culture.In ladder. Quite halt of the one of the doctors. The doctor SOW
room was for all
health of the
:. '- .upon human ,present many sections of the South the glass and the view-from it 'was magnificent : on him. you: : .

. 1--. outbreak of the foot-and-mouth .. wheat crop should do well, and should The Isles of Jethou and Sark "Just exactly what I've .

I. disease regarded by the,govern prove a valuable addition to the crops were in the middle distance and beyond i i tending." be said heatedly. garden raise m / -

: ment authorities as somewhat exagl there grown. Much of the welldrained lay many a mile <>f the Norman I one of the finest little }

; gerated. The most common fear is clay and loam soils can doubtlessbe couLldE't"II(>,. lay to the north and spreading germs that ever was

1 1 ; ;' that the milk supply might become used for wheat growing. The san- beyond it one saw the glistening win. ed. This porter comes in here I II I roost or produce on

: contaminated, but in view of the precautions dy soils, however, are generally not dows of the triple lighthouses on the brushes me off: then he I

I i<. that the local authorities in suitable for wheat growing. The Casqnet 1'O'klID\! still more to the and you and you. and every farm'and orchard.

the infected areas are very generally right the hitili ridges; overlooking Cherbourg and starts a lot of germs flying
Coastal Plains of the Gulf and of the
taking, there is comparatively little The IMH was a small ramp bedstead in tbe air to be breathed in
jjj; Atlantic are not likely to return prof-
danger of this. The only danger is, with a table on one side of it disease. I say that germs F/S
itable wheat crops, and in at least all and a small desk: chest of drawers 'on to be disturbed in public. It's !fn f fti FYPPKQ In'4 '
tt therefore, that before the disease has
of the peninsular portion of Florida the other with pews iik and paper always ous. They ought to be let 2iArItIpi3 i|.
i manifested itself infected milk
some wheat growing should not be attempted. within reachNear thrown up into the air by :: S
,might reach the market. For this reason COMPANY
+ t The Piedmont plateau, however, the U-d stood a small stove. brushing! :
- a experts in the U. S. Department contains much good wheat land. which he lighted himself every mornIng There was a moment of

of Agriculture recommend pasteuri- Wheat can generally be grown on and ou which Le prepared bis cafe porter grinned foolishly. lIe -

zation. As a matter of fact, however land on which a cultivated crop, suchas au lair Then work: began at the large first on one foot then on the connecting linljj be- t

pasteurization is recommended by table which stood In the glass alcove He grinned again then \\' \
cotton has
corn or grown by mere-
the Department anyway for all milk few feet from the foot of the bed. brush.
ly disking and harrowing
that is rot very high: grade and from thoroughly, This work: went <>u till it was time to "Come on. doctah" he begged what you have; to j .
and then drilling in the seed about 1
tuberculin tested cows.It .. dress and desmij to dejeuner In the on and let me bresb you off:
1-2 inches deep with a disk or hoe room used for that purpose on the I Don't let that ide.i about
has been demonstrated and the
t;; by exper- drill. If weeds are plentiful, plow- ground floor. As the sheets of writing bother you any: What little city table.i .
t !!t iments in Denmark and Germany that ,
ing should precede and followed by paper were dniIttl; they were number I'm going to do aia't Join to :

I i* pasteurization will serve as a safe- disking, will probably be necessary. I I ed aDd dropjH'il: on the floor to be picked no Jprms0... sui-Youth's! 5

}; guard against contagion from the foot Wheat can be grown in the states up. xrrared and put away in the panion. Delivery ] n .< 4

I l> and mouth disease just as readily as bordering on the Gulf almost any drawer desk nt the end of the morn

: it does against typhoid fever but in lags labor. He called the
io& time in November, but generally writing ta- IVORY KUT TREES. Handling
I any event it must be thoroughly done ble his 'ilrtlt'lilt'r'| s bench' and the --
speaking the first of November in the '
It r -the milk must be heated to 145 degrees leaves which felt from it 'shavings..' How the Trv'l; Cans: From a Rates
North and the middle of the monthin
,1 ,i Fahrenheit and held at this !I -It was at this table and in this airy rasa So'd! :C:!+5stance.I .

. }! : temperature for 30 minutes. the central'parts are the most suit-1 attic that -must off tbe great work of < .:,..* f"';-.,{!.nil useless. the \
r ab<: seedling dates. A good growthof his later life was done. Here
were I'll tiv ...'.ut"ea u' fnittortaut
In this country the foot and mouth !
I II the plant is before the written "Les Mi necessary ', ,, EXPRESS
r. disease has been that there 'pi' ; ''' : fiuMi'eralily: : to t!
'to so rare cold weather begins, yet if the plant leurs de la Mer and many volumes of .,u + fj: l 1"1 ,innif.

: are few recorded cases of its trans- becomes jointed injury from freezingmay poetry." _*n II r.,:..-. ::re Chipped COMPANY i "
,I tt mission to human beings.' In 1902 a :
result. I 'iu..i:) .-::1':1! year. worth
': ;" few cases were reported in New England A variety that has been grown locally -I I II TRAVEL WITH A ROPE. 'Ji' 'JH v-c: : f folomlih and .
rf.t and in 1908 in few instances ;*'
a for several years and that has rf Mii'j ii ray:!'Inc their output.The is Standarq
::: eruptions were found in the mouths Be Sure You Have One Handy if Youi tl'c' N a stunted '
become adapted to the locality is gen- s
of children which were believed to (I i Take a Trip to Italy. rit'i! a sn:it thick trunk which
erally the best. The soft red winter b
{ ; have been caused by contaminated j I The foli! >iiig extracts from an article slowly to a height of ten to .
wheats best A beardless i
f milk. In both of these outbreaks, the I in the Woman's Home Companion I te t. Lr.rUiHl: by spiral lines

sale of mlik smooth, white-chaffer variety, such as expi.iins: w.y! no one should travel in left I;, fallen leaves and fruit
\ was as soon as
I Fultz, Purple Straw, Bluestem (not Italy! without a rope: The! I I'-avi-s resemble large
the disease found to be
. among the spring Bluestem), Georgia Red or i, "Let me urge tbe tourist not to fall green feathers and are like .-- :
the cattle. As long, therefore, as the 1 I -
Aalabama Red, or a bearded, smooth, to provide himself with a stout ropea the cocoantit palm while the bl( '
disease can be confined by rigid quarantine of of white and r,1 4
r white-chaffed variety, such as Fulcas- piece clothesline is excellent are pure very

to certain specified areas, the ter or Dietz, may be grown with the with which to tie up the trunk whichis The seeds or kernels resulting

' s ; danger .from this source is. ,very greatest chance for success. The hard to go Into the Italian baggage car. these are first in tbe form of

1. small. Should the pestilence spread If you do not you may miss many sweet refreshing liquid that
red winter wheats such
as Turkey
all over this country and become as'' trail couuectioas. It i IsI trick of tbe into a soft delicious edible
fend Kharkov while well suited
general as it has been at various '1i to canny Italian baggage master. finally becomes the hard nut

; times in large areas in Europe the Kansas and Nebraska, should not be "When you jro to check: or 'rt'lster"I merce. The nuts mature very I

sown in the Souths I|I your trunk at the railway station this requiring from blossom to rI
/ problem would become
more seriOus.\\ Some fertilizer should generally be crafty robllt'r11I! try to stick his ( fully a year. The gathering of
Under circumstances |
t any sown with wheat in the South. An tinkers under the lock or under the or unripe tagua nuts is

" fi pasteurization would be ,an efficient application of 200 pounds of acid staples at the side Then he will law iu Ecuador.

't. remedy.' Where pasteurization is not phosphate or steamed bone meal, 50 shrug his shoulderand- you blandi i Hundred of natives called ;

t possible and where there is that be 1 make business of gathering
any reason ly cannot am-jit the trunk for a
pounds of potash, and 25 pounds of I
. to suspect that the disease may registration us it It not fastened securely nuts from the wild trees of .
nitrate of soda when ----- -- --
I exist, the precaution of boiling milk per acre applied :i>"iajeman terior of Ecuador collect :;l..

. I i ,might be advisable. Simple directions I sowing, and 40 or 50 pounds'of nitrate stole any of your effect while en rafts and float them down the I

for pasteurizing milk at home, of soda applied after growth route the railroad would be responsible. to Esmeraldas or other Pacific rl'r.7i"Y THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.

i starts in the spring, should be generally Tbe lank must I* tied with a whore they are sold in open
J r however, are contained in circular 1271 A successful remedy for PJicumatisin,Blood Poises
which will be sent free on applica- profitable. j i rope and sealed he will tell you i! to tbe exporters.-Argonaut. j jBoiling I ii i i all Blood Diseass. A wonderful tonic fcr both
You have DO time to huntI
zo rope -
and lies been
,,:..,' i. tion to the U. S. Department of Ag: I I I ing011 bare to boy a from I I women. manufactured for the.
If it's news, it's in the Bradford It Down. Co ycora. At all Druggists,$!.Ca
riculture. I I I himlie charge yin what be thinks bad been married just
I County Telegraph. They F. V. LJPPMAN CO. Savannah, Go.
':. Cows affected with the malignant be can make you pay The price depends That was: why he risked

,, form of the disease lose practically all I I I ORGANIZED GOOD WILL. on bow many ininiitt- you still train by allowing her to fasten a -
p have to catch train. Theo
be ---- -
-- -
of their milk. In mild .tour --- --- ------ -
cases, howev-I of violets on to his coat But
the decrease I -- clip on a little leaden taj where tbe
er, may one- tapped the floor impatiently
Who can prescribe the limits of the is knotted and trunk is otfi-
' third to one-half of tie: usual yield. I I. rope jour less. and he frowned as be
.. ,, usefulness of farmer's clubs! They I+1 dally sealed It is a very serious offense LIGHTNING: EXPRESS
The appearance of the milk also I his wife's kindly thought
mirror the new time in which live to break this seal. "
I i
him his seat
.r changes. It becomes thinner; .Now. then it trunk is cozy --I\'C'i
and in bluiSh'J l and out of a jealous, suspicious, nar-'|I your ropedI said bit wife tr'mulously.you :: i'TER
poor fat. When the I I i when it reaches the hands of the boss --- :
row, selfish there love used tor
past ,
grows a new me as you "My
affected, the milk frequently contains 1 bagsajrenwn be i N required at your request =c: _.-. _. .
order of neighborhood kindness, good heart of beartsbe 1 'Ui)2 ..
: r'., coagulated fibrin and blood, so that a i and upon payment of 2 cent :
will and courtesy. The Jackson j perately eyeing the(clock "what
considerable sediment forms, while i to affix the official seal So. a& a last '
Farmer's Club Duluth has ** yon say that? "Because.
. near
word don't forget the rope!
', the cream is thin and of a dirty color. I she answered "when we ORDER TODAY
bought as an organization, four anda ----
These changes; however, occur only married it toed to take you a
half of land school-! .
acres near a Golfer's Great Catch.A
when the disease is in an advanced hour just to say goodby. and -
> house, and the club which was organ- good biory i is told of the late William -
f stage and, as a matter of fact, the ized primarily for co-operative mar- MoUison. the actor Playing on I tears interrupted her words GET IT TOMORROW}
;, disease is not permitted to into down her c'b.k-"sol1 can .
pass keting will extend its usefuness a TajsWe link, he was driving off at
as asocial
i and c-cati-u train all in
, an advanced stage, as any stricken the seventh hole which stand on a your
factor. A ball ground is to be ute*!;
; animal Is at once slaughtered.. high embankment with a hurt in
- a feature of the Jackson Club park,
. Men who come in contact with diseased front, and after the usual waggle, be THE WAY WE SHIP
with children's He Took No Chances.
a playground, swings
animals also become in- j let go. But the head of hive driver was waiting when order from us as we
. ,
I may and A A physkiau kIlOWII.for. his <<') you
simple equipment.
permanent loose. IfIIDt<< off and went into the
a fected. In adult human beings the and skin iu sjirgcry went to a ship the day order' is received.
building will be erected for special'exhibitions burn and left him with nothing but .
contagion such tu have a tooth extracted and
causes symptoms as
of community resources tbe shaft with the whipping straightened IN YOUR LIFE
.; .-,1. sore mouths painful swallowing, fever and a laboratory of human friendli-! o't-one end attached to the wort iuAewii Ins molars. grade
Slim LOW PRICES high
\Y1U it lie iKiinful' asked on strictly
. and occasional the
,-1 ', eruptions on New will find wel- shaft: and the other to tht head of the
S3. comers a sidan qurtkiujd.v."It'll I .
: lauds, finger tips, etc. While causing come in this house dedicated to the
-.' considerable discomfort, however, the glad hand and music and mental ex- be was heard to shout to his caddie: I'mr'Irit'tl upwniions... GIN. Take your choice. Straight or
disease is rarely serious. Where it is "Get the landing net ready .vow fool! I
I ( ercise and a better tomorrow. I've bt'rer' World replied enis urngnigly.Grihblug ; Assorted Packages
got a ten pounder ;.
f animals some authorities -
pi t prevalent among up his hat '
of Golf. Guaranteed
: "ii '1 believe that it is fairly genenl LUKE McLUKE SAYS physician remarked as be- : Proof Quality

!: among human beings, but that Clear Coffre. ward the door: "1 forgot I bad 12 Qts. 1 Gal. 2 Gal. 3 GaL.

4; the disturbances it causes are usually Hush money does more talking than It Is rather expensive to use, an egg gngrment in my office"for this $7.50 S2.70 S4.90 $7.00

; so slight that thy are-not brought to any other kind. every morung! tll settle your coffee, asa Ill see you later doc PREPAID

I' r the attention of the family physician. When you see an overdressed wom- great m.tny du. Iltlll It I1* not clear and Xwrs.

J There is, however, a very good reai' an escorting a man who looks like a free from grounds If yon boll It. Put An Acrobatti Feat. i all kinds of liquors. Write for "omplrt'J

'. i son for everyone giving the diseased door mat, you know who is boss in I your' coffee in the eetreepot| pour boiling The fresh air kid hud I COMPANY
-.. water in and set where It will be ZAPF
I wide berth possible,
animals as a as that house.A thirty minutes | hot hIlt nut toil. If have
you your
namely, that otherwise they may easily girl can put in ten years acquir- i coffee: :ground tine you will get betterflavor den of the vaudevilV stage BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE FU

carry the disease to perfectly ing culture. But that won't keep her I! and U will be ready in about ten "Huh. that ain't NO much." =-==-

., I i healthy herds. Federal inspectors engaged from snoring when she is asleep. minutes If :ground course allow about tile farmer's son at last. Rheumati*]
I in the work of eradicating the The man who beats his wife isn'ta twenty minutes. something in this very barn 'EM" It Really Does Relieve
turn without tuoving""Haiti :
pestilence are thoroughly equipped bit worse than the man who robs t neither! What Is Itr I have, afflicted

l + with rubber coats, hats, boots and, his familv by spending his money on Usually Broke. "Milk.-Detroit Free Press. Everybody who is should Mall

:( gloves, which may be completely disinfected his friends. -Fatherr --.- smart, Rheumatism in any form

I ; and ethers who lack this The old-fashioned man who used to "What I is it. COfl1U ;" His Finish. means keep a bottle of Sloan'svinvent f

strongly urged not to "\Vby are some men called soldiersof debts on hand. The minute yOU
equipment are his has ,
paddle own canoe now a son Sapleigh-How much money mastf I
is ;i allow their curiosity to induce themto -lo owns a motor boat named "Ish- fortune'- think :t man ought to : (' pain or soreness in a joint or 111
"I don't know my son. I never saw Sloan's JJnimentnot
bathe it with
become a menace to their own and kabibble." fore be can safely ask a girl to smart,
one of them with money.YoUDptown ahd
their neighbors' property. It is funny what a difference a few Trlegrara. him! Miss Keen-It depends rub it. Sloan's penetrates

' The disease, in short, is dangerous rears: make. The girl who used to man Mr. Sapleigh.; You will immediately right to the seat of F!*!

because of the loss that it occasionsto It011 chew her "wax" in school Wis G"l.Alice have to accumulate several relieving the hot, tender swollen *

property, and not because of its while! you took a whirl at her "all day -How many times would rOil Boston Transcript. sir; ing and making the part easy Slo&i

effects upon the health of mankind.At cker" now has a daughter who caries make a man promise to you before you me comfortable. Get a bottle of ;

present all infected herds are be- her individual drinking cup so she said yes? .Marie-If you have to make Wise Man. sir. Liniment for 25c of your druggist'

ing slaughtered as soon as they are ;;on't get any germs in her mouth. him propose hotter say jvs tte first Rustum-Ton know* Miss I can bet have it in the house-against !

discorded the carcasses buried and time.-Boston Traveler. very well don't yon / tau ; sore and swollen joints, rheuma

the premises thoroughly disinefected teurized milk, but as has already bean Jtnstum-Wbat: I thought I will, neuralgia, sciatica and like aflIrI

Until all danger of infection has been said: this recommendation holds true Sometimes" Not Jadge.engaged to ber:1n goes under." Your money back if not satisfied

removed, the local authorities quarantine whether or not there is any fear of "Seeing is believing. quoted tbe' sage it does give almost instant rebel-
e the foot and mouth disease. "Oh. I don't know. I see men everyday -- -
the milk. whom 1 wouldn't, believe under Tbe favor of great men Piles Cured la 6 to M D.YS

Those who wish additional : oath."-ctncl1nati! praise of the world are not mont1 gBhadEIerdingor"Prto rJ.l
procautions net our prices for printing and we i Enquirer. I Year drn. it will refund
relied on..;-French Proverb. and quit! I :: cure an #
Piesin6 lf
are recommended to use pas I will jet year orders. : ;

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f i V: November' 20. PAGE SEVEN. t k
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t=::- then meets and order a city charter MASTERS BALL : t : : }
BITSOFNEWS. Notice ia hereby given that under and by kr'
e"f ODD ,and the destiny of the office is placedin virtue of a final decree of foreckaore made
I and rendered the 2nd day of November. A. D. ;,1.1 'f
Pfcr-Six the hands of its first mayor. This 1914. by the judge of the circuit court of the
[" pUJadelphia, : policemen re- dignitary either starts a "reform" of Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
coins to see who would for Bradford county Florida in chancery, in
;'leently matched some kind and kills the town foreveror favor of Lois Adkina and A. Z. Adkins, her .1
abandoned baby found by husband complainants, and {
adopt:'an' he inaugurates an annual chautauqua Murdangh and Eunice Hnrdaugh.against his W.wife N. MIGHTY .

'M officer on a doorstep. encourages clean sports, harm- defendant, the undersigned will offer for sale FINE.Aar
IV-A Pennsylvania before the courthouse door at Starke. Florida -
,Bradford less amusements and even perhaps during the legal hours of sale on Mon-
-jnister refuses to marry any more baseball all .to keep day. December 7th. 1914. to the highest and .
income of permits Sunday best bidder for cash the following described i
_'who. cannot an the young fellows interested in their real estate brio g and being in the town of

i :2,000" or more a year.JoaweD.Ind.Wednesday. Novem- new city and then he sits back and to-wit Starek. county of Bradford., State of Florida, I That's What They a.lliy t

] sees the town grow'faster than a po I Lots one. two. six seven and ten in block .
day in the several two, in Truby and Davis addition to the town ',' -, -
ber 4, was, pigeon and litician's appetite for power. of Starke. : About Our Famous Line ofI100PRO0FWHISKIFs. 1"
mrronnding counties. Every man A. S. CREWS
,, 11-6-51. Special Master in Chancery. .
to vho could get a shot gun assistedb Try This for Your Cough. .

the:extermination of, the pigeons, Thousands of people keep coughing MASTER'S SALE.

:'which'are'said to be the chief carriers because unable to get the right rem- Notice is hereby given that under and by .
virtue of final decree
a o foreclosure made
of the hog cholera germs. edy. Coughs are caused by inflammation -' and rendered November 2nd. 1914 by the I /
:' Judge of the circuirt court of the Eighth ]f I
; South .Bend, Neb.-Ten years ago of Throat and Bronchial Tubes. Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Brad-

I ,frtak Herse, a brakeman, lost a legIt What -you need is to soothe this in- ford Markey.county complainant, in chancery and, in against favor I.of J.M.Minsbew H.- :i

''when his foot was caught in a switch flammation. Take Dr. King's New and G. A. Epperson defendants the undersigned ...
will offer for sale at the old Dekle 11
sea! _'ke was run over by an engine. Discovery, it penetrates the delicate mill site in or near the southern limits of the Good old time that is \
r t Beeently he lost his cork leg in the mucous lining, raises the phlegm and incoroporated town of Lake Butler, in Brad- whiskey a pleasure to drir k. Not made.yester- 4*
ford county Florida, where the here-
same sort of an accident at the same quickly relieves the congested mem- : inafter described is located, during property the legal ,day to be sold today but pure, aged and mellow goods that have j < I'
hours of sale on Monday December 7th .
branes. "Dr. King's New Discovery 1014, to the highest and best bidder for cash stood the test of time. To those who want and appreciate ,
k. Detroit, Mich.-Jlarjorie Davis, the quickly and completely stopped my the following described personal property, to- something ,1

: ;"j7 months old daughter of Mr. and cough" writes J. R. Watts, Floydale, wit One; saw mill outfit consisting of one good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best ,your :?

Nye C. C. Davis, has a freak tooth. Texas. Money back if not satisfied, twenty power horse boiler power, one engine saw and frame twentyfivehorse and sawmill money can buy.TAKE. ""' .r

;A few days ago her mother noticed but it nearly always helps.OLDFASHIONED outfit. one certain saw bell and all attachments. --it

i: ;'a dark spot on one of the baby's teeth JOE HILL WILLI AMS.

' and took her to a dentist The dark : MOTHERS.Thank As Special Master in Chancery.
. 'spot was found to be a perfect silver Solicitor for Complainant YOUR CHOICE .

, filling. As the baby had never visited God some of us have an old- 11-6-51. .

i a dentist before the filling is looked fashioned mother. Not a woman of NOTICE TO APPEAR. ,
curiosity. ''the' period painted and enameled, In circuit court. Eigthth Judicial Circuitof .
a great r
t upon Greensburg,' Pa. James Wilson, with all her society manners and fine Bank Florida of Starke.Bradford a corporation county. PACKAGES ASSORTED TO SUIT CUSTOMER .J z

! ,farmer, wondered why his favorite dresses, white jeweled hands that nev- T. M. Shaw et vs atNotice

milk. He follow- felt the of buta to Appear. : .
1 cow was not giving er clasp baby fingers, The State of FloridaTo : : :

1 ed her one morning and found the cow dear, old-fashioned mother with a T. M. Shaw Greeting: Number 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY '-

-, was-mothering a fawn that had escaped sweet voice, eyes'' in whose depths defendant:It having T.been M. shown Shaw by non-affidavit, sdeut: that of the the 1 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts.. . .$Q.50",1."

from the State Game, Preserve. the; love light shone, and brown hair >tate of Florida, and that the residence of ;, ,'
said defendant is at Brunswick i', the state
Charveston, W. Va. This state threaded with silver, lying smooth, I 1 I I of Georgia, and that the defendant is over Number 2 100 PROOF GIN ."

; went dry on July 1st and at the first upon her faded cheek. The hands, | the It age is of therefore twenty-one considered years. and adjudgedthat 4 Qts $3.00, 8Qta5.75,12Qts.'PO.3U

session of the grand jury, just com- worn with toil, gently guided our I the said defendant "'. !t. Shaw, do appear i

, .pleted 150 indictments were returned- steps in childhood and smoothed our hcrei t non othe or complainant's before the 7th bill
70 for bootlegging or cheeks in sickness reaching out A. D. 1914 in default whereof a decree pro $8.50 '
which are ever 4 Ots $$3.00.
J ed, of confesso will be entered against the said T. Ots 5.75,12Qts. . '
, .. keeping "blind pigs. This was a to us in yearning tenderness. Blessed M. Shaw.It i

', 'surprise to the residents of this county is the memory of an old-fashioned published is further in the ordered Bradford that County this Telegraph notice be, Number 4 100 PROOF KY. i

I } for it was announced before the mother. It floats back to us like the a newspaper published at Starke in Brad- 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts..tPO.50 '
; ford county Florida, once each week for _, 1
7 election that if the prohibition amendinent beautiful perfume of some wood blos- Tour consecutive weeks.In .''

it would put a complete The music of other voices witness whereof. I have hereunto set my'isnJ .
would carry soms. maybe : and affixed the seal of our circuit court,

: stop to the sale of liquor in the lost, but the enchanting memoryof on this the 4th day of November W. T. WEEKS A. D., 1914. WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES :
; itateiAlton her's will echo in our soul forever. (SEAL) Clerk.

,-Mo.-Justice of the Peace G. By R. A. WEEKS. Write for Our
:R Pfeifer recently celebrated his fiftieth Remarkable Cure of Croup."Last 11-6-St. Deputy Clerk. Complete Price List on all ,i

i :a; birthday. by reducing the cost of winter,when my little boy had Notice is GUARDIAN'S hereby given that SALE.four weeks after Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South ; .

marriage ceremonies from $2 to $1. croup I got him a bottle of Chamber- date; to-wit, the 9th day of December,
lain's Cough Remedy, I honestly believe 1014 the undersigned as guardian for Charlie : .
i Dayton, Laundryman near here V. Cylatt Theo. Emma Clyatt, Sallie E.
4 balloon with which laundry it saved his life," writes Mrs.J. Markham and husband Carl Markham Wil-
has.captive liam J. Clyatt. Walter N. Clyatt and wile
is raised above the dust of the B. Cook Indiana, Pa. "It cut the Hazel Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt minors
phlegm and relieved his coughing will apply to the Honorable George A. Gardiner ChasB1umCompanrThe
city to bleach and dry. county judge of Bradford county, Florida
spells. I am most grateful for what at his office in Starke Florida, on the
date above written for an order t osell. at
Bert Cough' Medicine for Children. this remedy has done for him. For private sale the interests of the above named .. .

Three years ago when I was livingin sale by all dealers. minors as follows to the hereinafter to-wit: described real estate largest and oldest mail order house in the South. Established" over quarter of den. I'

Pittsburg one of my children had a THE'KNOCKER'S PRAYER. The, and southeast the southwest quarter quarter of southwest of southeast quarter POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE 188 ;::
,hard cold and coughed dreadfully. Up- quarter of section: thirty-six $6). townshipfive ;
(5). and west half of northeast quarter
on the advice of a druggist purchased Lord please don't let this town ef northeast quarter and the northwest quay Jacksonville Florida i :
bottle of Chamberlain's Cough ter of northeast quarter of section: one (1)), ,
a grow. I've been here for thirty years township six (6), all in range seventeen (17),
I Remedy and it benefited him at once.I south and east. containing 140 acres; also .
and during that time I've fought every east half of northeast quarter of northeast : r .
it the best cough medicine
public improvement. I've knocked quarter and southeast quarter of northeast
children because it is pleasant to take. quarter less ten (10) acres in southeast corner -
everything and everybody, no firmor and southwest quarter of northeast quarter -
They do not object to taking it, and north half of north half of northwest
individual has established a busi- l of the southeast section : I .
quarter quarter : one
writes Mrs.. Lafayette Tuck, Homer SALE. I ++*++! 11II Mill 11 !! ++*++
ness here without my doing all I couldto (ii, township six (6) south range seventeen Hereby notice is given that under and by I !
City, Pa. This remedy contains noopium (11) east, containing one hundred acres (100) virtue of that certain final decree: of fore.1o.ure COFFINS CASKETSAnd + '+
put them out of business. I've lied more or less; also south half of southeast made by the judge of the Eighth ,
., or other narcotic, and may .be to them, and would have stolen from quarter of southeast quarter, section: thirty- 'udicial Circuit of Florida, in chancery sitting a Full Line of + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. +
six (36)), township five (5), south seventeen
confidently to range in the circuit
fives to child as as court for Bradford county,
them if I had the courage. I have (17) east containing twenty (20)) acres Florida, on the 4th day of November 1914 Undertakers' ,Supplies I + +
'. an adult Sold by all dealers. more or less; also southeast quarter of southeast n favor of J. H. Sandlin as complainant, I I iThe following :schedule is +
done all I could to keep the town from quarter of northeast quarter and north igainst G. J. Douglass, Ella L. Douglass and
half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter Always on hand. The best service in
JOHNSOFSTCAR.Jack growing and never have spoken a A. Duncan as defendants, the undersigned now effect: +
JACK and north half of northwest quarter of <1 offer for sale daring the legal hours of at the lowest prices. Special "
good word for it. I've knocked hard southeast quarter all in section: one (1)), township ale on Monday, the 7th day of December, I + No. 3, Jacksonville W Tam- .
six (6) south range seventeen (17) .914. to the highest and best bidder for cash attention to Telegraph Orden. : + due
at Starke M.No. +
and often. I've ashes the chil- pa, )1:02yA.
Johnson's racing car, which put on east, containing sixty (60) acres more or lees ; h<> following described property: -
the talk of the drens' slide and I've made the mar- also northeast quarter of northwest quarter The northeast quarter of the southeast quar- 1, Jacksonville, Tam- + '
two years ago was and the southeast quarter of northwest quay : and the northwest of Registered Embalmer
er the
quarter south
country has been purchased by B. C. shal stop the.boys playing on my vacant ter and the north half of northeast quarterof west quarter less one (1) acre for school, and + pa, due at Starke :11:14: P. SL + y
southwest quarter, section: one (1). town- five (5) the north side I +
acres on of the south- No. 15 Jacksonville1 +
lot. Whenever I to Ce-
Rosencrans, of the Old Sanitarium at saw anyone hip six ((6) south, range seventeen (17) 'vest quarter of the southwest; quarter of sec ]
Prairie dn Chien Wis. This monster prospering or enjoying themselves east containing one hundred acres ((100) acres tion twenty-one (21), containing eighty-four ; DeWlTT C JONES dar Key, due at Etarke 4:49 +
of described
more or less. Total number acres -
racing ear was built by the Thomas 'I've) always started reform to kill here in four hundred and twenty (420) of 34)the acres southeast more or quarter less; also of the the south northeast half ; Successor to G. C Livingston & Co. + P. M. '

i the business or spoil the fun. I don't acres more or less situated in Bradford quarter of section twenty (29). All in township + No.4, Tampa to Jacksonville +
; ,Flyer ,Co. The solid'aluminum body county Florida. five (5) south range nineteen (19) east Starke, Fla.
was cast in one piece in England, no want the young folks to stay in the This Srd day of EMMA November N. CLYATT.A. D. 1914. .ontaining in the aggregate one hundred and i due at Stark 3:49 P. M. +

: :manufacturer in this country being town and I will do all I can by law, Guardian for Charlie V. Clyatt, Theo. Emma county four (104), Florida acres,and more also or one lees(1)in gray Bradford mare = + No.2, Tampa to .1acisson- +

able to make it at the time. ,Its rule or ordinance to drive them out. Clyatt, ,Carl Sallie Markham E. Markham, William and J. husband Cly- "Mary."'le about" eleven (11) yean old named r + vile, due at Starke 4:5'A.; M. .

mechanism has a six-cylinder engine, It pains me, 0 Lord, to see that in att. Walter N. Clyatt and wife. Hazel JOE HILL WILLIAMS, + No. 14, Cedar Kty ip. Jack- + .

each of the cylinders being 5 1-2 by spite of my knocking it is beginningto CONE Clvatt&: CHAPMAN.and Williard L. Clyatt. 11-6-Bt. Special Master. + sonville, due at Starke' 9:21 + A

7 inches which have a capacity of 105 grow. Some day I fear I will be l-6-5t.Attorneys for Petitioner. SHERIFF'S SALE. SEEDSWe + A. M. r: .*

horse and will send the machine called upon to put down sidewalks in Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. Den :
power NOTICE OF REWARD. mark sheriff of Bradford county, Florida, all the leading varie-
carry +
front of property and who knows under and Starke and Wan e 11taluh +
I along at a speed of 90 mlies an my State of Florida-Executive Office. by virtue of that certain writ of
hour. All the parts of this wonderful but what I mav have to help keep up Whereas it has been officially made known execution,f the circuit issued court out of o Bradford fand under county th e Florida seal- ties of Farm, Field and Garden + -: : .

speed demon were especially made for he streets that run by my premises, to tember me that and October in or about, A. D.the 1914 months, in Bradford of Sep- against R. H. Reynolds and G. W. Scott, I seed that have been tested + No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 fA.'M.
And in-favor of A. Z. Adkins on and dated and known
to be
adapted to this +
Jack Johnson and cost $14,000. How- This, Lord, would be more than I county Florida oneFRANK N. ANDREWSthen \ovember 3rd, 1914. will offer for sale and +

ever the'reckless career run by him could bear. It would cost me money, county treasurer of Bradford county, -ell to the highest and best bidder thereforor 1\1! soil and climate. We can fill + No. 104 arrives: at f i Starke: +
cash, at the court house door in the town '
in connection with his famous res- though all I have was made right in Florida funds, committed belonging the to crime the of said embezzlementof county of ,r Starke Bradford county Florida, on :Monday I your order immediately for new I + 2:45 P. M. + t;

this town. Then Bradford, and that the civil authorities after the 7th day of December, 1914. the same crop of all varieties of + '. + ;i!
taurant in Chicago brought down too more peoplefight being a legal sales day of said court, during I ,I
diligent\ effort have found it impossible to the legal hours of sale, the following de- Bermuda Onion Seed, Onion Limited Trains +
if the town to
the loss of his rights in this country come begins discover and capture the said F. N. Andrews. rcribed real estate situated in Bradford I {.
'as well as his wonderful machine, grow, which would cause me to lose who is alleged: to have committed the said count Florida, to-wit: I Sets, Turnip Seed, Florida f -- +

of pull. I ask therfore to crime of embezzlement.Now under the Commencing at the northeast corner of a Grown Seed Rye, Seed Oats, + No. 9, Jacksonville to 'Tampa +
which was attached for a debt to the some my therefore acting two acre tract of land off the north end of

HeCeman Brewing Company, of La Keep this town at a standstill, that I vested Florida.in I do me hereby as Governor offer a reward of the of State d southeast the west half quarter of the of northwest the northeast quarter quarter of the of Seed Barley, Vetch, Rape, Italian + due at Starke I2:5i P. M. + :

Crone may continue to be the chief. Amen. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARSfor section twenty-eight in township six, south, II Rye Grass for winter + No. 10, Tampa to Jackson +
the arrrest and delivery to the sheriff oi\ twenty-two east and thence west planting and
range ; run + ville due at Starke 6:10 P. SL +
Bradford county. Florida of the said F. N I'lO, feet to a point of beginning; thence run .
HOW CITIES ARE MADE. Andrews, charged as aforesaid. west 100 feet; thence run souht 309 feet; NATAL GRASS SEED I + T. J. Griffin, Age:It. +
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, thence run east 100 feet: thence run north '
Complete stock of garden and +
Look at MeI have hereunto set my hand and U\I feet to the said point of beginning; said I : +
A station is railroad caused the great seal of the State - ,,. appoint on any I (Seal of Florida to be affixed at Tallahassee feet north and south in the town of Starke.S. I
where there is a cinder platform on am Well, the Capital this the 5th B. DENMARK supplies, incubators, etc. 'Write ,"
day of November. A. D. 1914. 11.e-5t. Sheriff Bradford County Florida. I for our fall catalog and weekly ,
one side of the track and an elevator PARK TRAMMELL. I ,
Governor.By NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED price list on poultry feed, etc. tIn
on the other. The inhabitant of the 1 cannot say circnn court, eighth judicial circuit in
the Governor attest: UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER Oldest established and and t<. Bradford county, State of, Florida, in
r: station operates the platform twice a too much for Pe- H. CLAY CRAWFORD, 4883. LAWS OF FLORIDA. I i Chc.icery sitting. '
Secretary of State. Notice is hereby given that G. W. Alder- seed house in Florida.LUlarlinSeedCo. 'I
day and the elevato'r three months in runa. It has entirely Emma N. Clyatt Complainant ,,
cured me of man, purchaser of tax certificate No. 41. dated vi .' Partition
the, year. The remainder of his time NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. the 1st day of July. A.D.. 1912 has filed I II Sallie E. Markham' and hjis- '
my trouble. My Notice is hereby given that I will on Mon. said certificate in my office and has made application I band Carl Markham, Theresa
spent in an effort to make a living eye lids were day. the 23rd day November, 1914 beginning for tax deed to issue in accordancewith ,, r*. Anderson and husband J.
for his family. It requires only two thick and red at ten o'clock in the forenoon sell at law. Said certificate embraces the following F. Anderson, et al, defendant. .
nearly all the public outcry to the highest: and best bidderFor described prop Hy situated in Bradford Ac. J06 East Bay St. To Themsa F. Anderson and hutland, J.
generations and continued good crops cash all the personal property belonging : county Florida, twit: I F. Anderson, and Crawford W. tiiatt, nonresident -
to time My eyes to the estate of D. S. Wheeler late of Bradford Lots 4 and 5 of blots 13 in Newsom's addition Jacksonville Florida defendants. '
: attract a general store, newspaper were especially county, deceased. Said personal proper. to Lake Butler. Section 30. Township I You and each of you are her:'J requiredto
'Ud a'cemetery. The opera house, sensitive to light ty consisting of household goods, all new. 5, south range 20 east. I appear to a bill of complaint fiji day filed
Catarrh and one new Ford automobile aid sale to The said land being assessed at the date of j against yon Emma N. Clyatt, i- the fore-
rt church and school and politician follow was my be held at the late residence of Mid deceasedin the issuance of such certificate in the name join? cause on or before the 28th day ef No-
b' their order after which the trouble. I had cv the town of Starke. Florida.D of Unknown. Unless said certificate shall be NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED vember A. D. 1914. That Mid:till it filed "
had my eyes sY ri .W. MANNING redeemed according to law, tax deed will Issue UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER I in the office of the clerk of the titsit. court,
,station has only to await the next treated and tooka 11-13-21 Administrator. thereon on the 14th flay of December A. 4888, LAWS OF FLORIDA. Starke Florida
deal of I D. 1914. Notice U hereby given that A. Z. Adkins, It u further ordered that this notice be
census great ;
enumerator the
get on publish in the Bradford
; map NOTICE OF ELECTION.By Witness my official signature and seal this purchaser of tax certificate No. 179 dated the County Telegraph
*fa lower ease letters and be referred medicine, but virtue of the power vested U them by the 11th day of November A. D. 1914. Ut day of July, A. D. 1912 has filed said a weekly newspaper published il Bradford
nothing seemed to the school laws of Florida, the Board of Pub- W. T. WEEKS certificate in my office and has made appli- county. Florida for a period off four con
t J to fa the marginal index as a village. help me until I lic Instruction of Bradford county hereby or- Clerk. Circuit Court, Bradford County :Fla. cation for tax deed to issue in accordance secutive weeks. to
,The: village stage in municipal life tried Peruna. I der an election to be held on the 6th day of'' By R. A. WEFKS. with law. Said certificate embraces the fol.ving .nd In wtnee and affixed whereof the I seal have of hereunto the wart set my at
December. A. D .1914 at the following place 11-13-EL Deputy Clerk. ''' described property situated in Brad-
i iI; is that era in which the post office always use Peruna when my farally for the purpose of electing three trustees for ford ''county, Florida, to-wit: Starke Florida, this the 20th day of Oc-
need It Always find It good; the tober. A. D. 1914. Honorable J.;, T. Wills! ,
box numbers very next two years and to determine the Important.Bear southeast quarter of southwest quarter of 1
; do than Judge.
not run higher amount of millage to be assessed. section south
It helps wonderfully. You can usemy : twenty-three township six
s 275, and while the residents point out testimonial anywhere wish Theressa. Inspectors of election. Ed Ows- in mind that Chamberlain's ,an {e twenty east Clerk of Chen Court
you ley. J. W. Batten and D. W. Moore. The said being assessed at the date of issuance .
a'telephone pole with more than one to.So says Mrs. (X Skehan. Kc. P. G. SCHELL. Tablets not only move the bowels but of such certificate in the name of Un- Cone t: Chapman
Solicitors for
cross: arm as evidence of their right fill S. Leavltt St. Chicago Ills H-13-4t Secretary. improve the appetite and strengthenthe town. according Unless said law.certificate tat deed shall will be issue redeemed complaisant.By R. A. WEEKS

to'recognition in the commercial NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. digestion. For sale by all dealers. 'von on the 16th day of November A. D. 10-23-6t(Seal B'.raty Cleik.
Notice is that all 1914.' |
hereby given creditors ,
::world.. Another twenty years, void legatees distributees and all persons having !I Witness my official signature ,and seal this
,of cyclones and conflagarations, RUBMYTISMWill claims or demands against the estate of D. Whenever You Need a General Tonic the 12th day of October, A. D. 1914. How To Give Quinine To Children.FEBRILINE .. ''
generally S. Wheeler late of Bradford County, Florida, Take Grove's W. T. WEEKS.
develop such a feeling of un- Rheumatism deceased, are hereby required to present the I Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County. Florida. is the trade-mark name:then loan
I st that your same duly authenticated to the undersigned The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless By R. A. WEEKS, improved Quinine. Itis.Tu& eH )'fIIp'plt'..-
something more than matrimonial Neuralgia, Headaches, Cramps, will be held in bar thereto and all persons in- chill Tonic is equally valuable as a 10-16-5L Deputy Clerk. ant to take and does not dis-nib the stomach.
ties is will be held in bar hereto, and all persons indebted I Children take it and never know i'* u Qainioe.
needed hold the
to contains
Colic, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and to said estate are required to pay their General Tonic because it Invigorating to the Pale and Sickly Also especially adapted to adults Who cannot
population together and keep the municipal Burns, Old Sores, Stings of Insects said debts to the administrator forthwith.D. well known tonic properties QUININE take ordinary Quinine. Does not caueate net 1
W. MANNING and IRON. It acts on the Liver. Drives The Old Standard general strengthening tonic cause nervousness nor ringing in tIt- laud. Tryit
metamorphosis headed in theright Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used internally Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler out :Malaria Enriches the Blood and GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TOMC drives outMalaria.enrichestheblood.andbuildjiiptliesvS' the next time you need Quinine for any par-
I pose. Ark for 2'nance original pakse. Thewamc
direction. The village hoard and external lf. Price 25c. I1-6-8U deceased Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.T57TFrVrS.,T tun. A true tonic. For adult and children. SOc nEA1LUiU it blows ia bcwf'. IS aqui

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'A '" THE BRADFORD 'COUNTY TELEGRAPH. Friday.: November ,gyn.L .

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-.:. ... Macclenny, a former resident of this LAWTEY.Rev. .
> town and a band teacher, came downon Olin Boggess filled his regular .MR. FARMER .

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matters and at Saxton last H
""s- Monday to arrange appointment Sunday.
help to organize. Howe McCormick, of Gainesville STALK 'Lowest p4=
CountyNewsitems received all the of who is business college 0
I have not names now attending a '
CUTTERS ::: :.
I the prospective members of the band, in Jacksonville, spent Saturday'rid Ever Off

tr ; J, but here are a few:' Sunday here at the_home of his -
s Interesting Facts Gathered- During the Week by Our Charles Rivers first cornet. parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Smith. SYRUP. CANS, DIPPERS and SKIMMERS ,"

' '' Regular Correspondents.. Harry Logan, first cornet. Miss Mabel Reddish, who is teaching -
Alf Swaverly first comet. school at Brooks, near Lake Butler :f STUFFER
uo.: .. Dixon Moore, clarinet. spent Sunday at the home of her
l} ::: DEWITT :
.' Fritz Townsend, second cornet : parents. JONES
the nice presents offered for the best _
; ". RAIFORD. I ittendance and good behavior, given J. D. Cobb first baritore. I Mrs. Olin Boggess is ia Atlanta, !I -- '+-

Bob Rivers, trombone. Ga., this week as a delegate to the '
-" Thursday morning, November ,12, by the Sunday school SuperintendentJ. I Prof. Draper, trombone. National W. C. T. U. convention.Mrs. I A Reduction in Prices :i IM J MEUORIAH. -:
M. Norman. of HeQbronn Sunday Mrs. .
: after eating ,a
r the negro prisoners' I Ellsworth Harper, second cornet. W. A. Colley of Stsrke, was Collins _.
,f '" armed themselves with bed schooL, Jesse Cobb first alto. the guest "of her mother, Mrs. Wil- Mr. D. C. fcollins, whose death i

, r alats.. and sticks and refused to go to Mr. J. D. McCormick and business Mrs. J. Bert Chancey, second alto. liam'Whitehead, last Tuesday. Well, just look at-J. C. Carter.,He red at ten home in WauchM ,

f' j rk.-'.-They were ordered by the superintendent E. Black were transacting Percy Rivers, second alto. Joe Stark came over from Jacksonville has cut the'price en feed and grocers on 'Septttr Ter' 29, 1914 was -

's : to come out. They pos- in Palatka Saturday. H. Blake, piccolo. and spent Sunday here with his Yulee, FI:|, October 28, 1874/

lively refused to come out and the superintendent Miss Dora Clark is the next to add H. J. Stewart, bass.J. relatives and friends. Syrup barrels, $1.75. was married on Thanksg11ng'high ( .

D. W. Purvis, ordered a telephone to her home.J. N. Cone, side drum. Mesdames A. A. Smith, J. D. Randall No. 1 hay, $1.35 per 100 pounds__ noon to Mr. D. C.; Coffii-

4. ; them to get quiet and sit down fore E. J. Wainright and wife were Truman Futch, bass drum. and Louis H. Hill are in attendance Lard, 9 cents a pound. Starke, tnlNoveirber'27, 190 ,\_.

$ he'wanted to talk to them. They all visiting at the home of J. G. Crews A large number of the friends of at the federation of clubs/" in White side meat, 14 _1-2 cents per she spent tl.e greater part cf her-

; sat down but one the leader, a large Sunday. ;Mr. E. L. Greene assembled at the session at Lakeland this week. pound. hood (daysand she was much ]

,, negro by the name of John Keene, Baptist church on the occasion of Mr. Charles S. Hill of Sumner, Good head rice, 6 cents a pound. and admired for her sweet V >".

who refused to sit down and told the BROOKER. his wedding with Miss Leah Reiherd spent Sunday at the home of his The best Japan rice, 5 cents per character that made her Iifa:

} :, superintendent not to come' inside of -' on Wednesday last. The service was mother and brother, Mrs. H. Hill, and psund. with everyone. that enjoyed'b'

if; th, building. As Mr. Purvis started Lieut. Bloxham Ward, of the 30th rerfonned by Rev. 0. K. Cull. They Louis H. Hill. 14 ounce pickles, $1.00 dozen. quaintamsv ;::

I I 7.: r in the building the negro made for infantry, U. S. army, is, spending a left for Gainesville on their honey Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Phillips, of 3 pound can tomatoes, $1.00 dozen. The announcement of 1 her death -

., t1 him with a bed slat and the negrowi few weeks with relatives here. Ill moon. A large concourse of our lighthearted : Enterprise i were 'the guests of Mr. 2 pound can tomatoes, 85 cents doz- not only .s treat t.hock to her.?",,",
i I be remembered that Lieut. Ward
t :.: was shot two or three times young people assembled it and Mrs. G. W. Stokes last Mon- en. acquaintances througnontjl

1 of'the guards_ standing near, killing won the West Point cadetship several the depot armed with rice ,old shoes, day. Matches, 48 cents per gross. state, bet '-fpread a deep gloa

';, f him instantly. There was no reason: years ago, after graduation he was etc., and other wedding accessories, Morsrs. G. L. rvtch '0. L. Thomas Irish potatoes, 25 cents per pe k. many hearts.,Tear-dimmad eyes V.<

1 I given by the negroes why they refused assigned to the U. S. army. Lieut. bet no bride and bridegroom appear N. T. Thomas T. J. Terry and A. A few pairs of shoes from 50 cents ?d togethsr in sorrowful tones

: ': ., to go to work. There is no better I Ward is stationed at present ia Alas ed. Getting wind of the proposed reception H. Harley attended the funeral of the to $2.00 a pair. irreparable loss and many sads ;,

1 ''; ,: __ 'man toward the 'prisoners. his care : ka. He will return about January 1.: by the h lp'of a fast auto- late E. P. Rhodea. at Macclenny onlast Any 5 cent package 6 for 25 eecti '- of:saq ere sympathy to her]-.

\ l '1 than Supt. Purvis. He feeds them Quite a change from the balmy breezeof mobile, they gave them the slip, and Monday.Mr. Cotton seed meal, $1.50'per 100 loved mother Mrs. C. E. EejT,"

: 1 well and does nat make them work Florida to the frozen shores cf husband, ttva little daughters :
boarded the train a station farther H. C. Sapp was a busines visitor pounds; in 1,000 pounds, $1.45 per ;
I f hard. The State farm has some 300prisoners Alaska. down. They arrived home next day. to Starke Monday. ICO pounds. dred end; Ruth Collins and sons..'

I now and about 30 guards, Mr. Claude Crosby, the.efficient. In the evening the serenaders assembled The annual town election passed off Best White Shorts in white sack, three brothers, 0. J. Farmer, ,

i. ',; and is superintended. by one. of the fin- teacher at Ziff, made an auto trip to in full force with many kinds cf 'cry quietly last Monday. The re'S1t $1.70. i*,j reprcser:!ative of the Ja- '-
". Long Bridge last Sunday. He took villa Times-Union '
: est msa of the state. The white prisoners residing ia''
musical ( ?) instruments: but the of the election was as follows: Lara feed 200. _

t .. took no part in the disturbance. someone with him. Cupid may make bashful young couple! did not appear. Mayor-B. L. Blanchard 41; J. E. Randy feed, $2.00 per sack. ville, B. X armer and H. Amen _"
; They all went to work on Fridaymorning two (teachers') hearts beat as one. oft. Petersburg'Fla. -
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The ladies cf the Methodist Hon Brown 16. Good sweet feed $1. 0. .
I j Misses Olga Ward and Loca Johnson
but about 20, but when Capt. and Foreign Mission Society of the Aldermen-With three to elect-A. Cotton seed hulls cheap. =

k ? Purvis had finished dressing them1down '! spent the week end at Starke last Methodist church are holding their I. Blanchard, 26; F. Moulin. 20; A. The best scratch' feed $2.15 per Lay on her bosow, pure as ;:'

/ : with, the 15 pound straps they week. annual week of prayer and self-de- H. Harley 34; A. A. 'Smith. 23; 0. sack. The .fairast; : sweetest Sowers:_---

: ;'. also were willing to work. The Literary Society was rained outlast rial. They meet each day at 2:30 at L. Thomas, 32; R. R. Thede 40. Irish potatoes $2.00 per sack of grew,| '

r The friends' and relatives of Mr. Friday but will present its program different homes. Marshal and Collector. L. Sapp, 10 pecks. Kiss her :an.1-leave her, your 1ea

.; Bryant, living near Raiford, will regret next meeting. New members are being added to Jr., 45; J. B. McCulley, 16. 10 pound bucket of lard, $1.00. deKghi; '
y to 'learn of the illness of his School here is continuing to progressnicely
.. : : the Business Men's League. Clerk When want
Already Assessor and Treasurer L. you a bargain: it will 4
K wife. She has been sick for several the best average of its his- they have several projects on hand. H. Hill, 52; G. W. Brown and Chas.. pay you to go to J. C. Carter's at the Her lips ire,-. osed as-in fond deJa-i

"t days, but we hope she will soon re- tory. Of the loving :words she had U.
This organization began right, and it Dinkins are the holdovers. The council depot in Starke. say :_.

cover. Several Brooker citizens are attending is sure to be a success. for 1915 will be G. W. Brown. -. And. her gentle.;: heart forgot.to ., ,

Mr. James R. Morritt, of Raiford, the fair at Gainesville this ,Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kerce of New Charles Dinkins R. R. Thede, 0. L. ""
:. visited relatives at Sapp Sunday. week. J. G. Toll 'the belts:
k GARTER sadly.
Zion. were visitors in town in Tuesday Thomas and A. H. Harley .
Mr. T. R. Collins, postmaster here,, For our bred one who has gore'ba
The death of Enoch R. Rhoden occurred -
; : WATERO K. made a busines strip to Lake Butler .- fore, '-:-"I
: ; Three new families have come to last Sunday afternoon about 6
last week. I the has climbed:
;f': eo town lately; their names are very o'clock. As was mentioned in lastweek's R ACT QUICKLY. the shining her 1
Well, for some time Wateroak hash Messrs. J. T. Quigley and Fred I Upon the farther shore- '
familiar in sound. Eourland Eowlin %
.. Telegraph, Mr. Rhoden was
:,' been left out of your paper becausesome Scott, cf Starke,'were here on Tues- Safe from dark
Delay Has Been Dangerous in This cvry temptatioSafe 1
f and Bolus. Sounds like Latin case taken violently ill on Tuesday of last

1\: of your correspondents wantedto day. endings. Our new friends will par- meek. and remained unconscious to City. from th:
\ claim. or did write some of the I Hunting season will open Friday don me. if we have spelt their amesm"on fhe end. Mr. Rhoden was born near Do the right thing at the right Sharing is the full fruition $
and will be the hunters' delight, and Of an inmorjal life 1
1:4. news of our burg and I did not see Joe Stewart has his we hope to know them better Afacclenny about 37 years ago and time.Act
gun ready.
: 1 { the use cf it appearisg. twice, so sincethey Welcome. 'ived in that vicinity all his life un- quickly in time of. danger.In Oh ,
I TheTiew center store ,, C. 'il he moved to Lawtey a few weeks time of danger Doan's. Kidney memory bells, toll slowly9

., have quit I will' came again. CLAY HILL. H. Driggers, is doing a roaring trad e co and opened up a grocery'store.. Pills are most effective. Keep time with falling tears, '1]

Our section now has thelippear- Plenty of Starke evidence of their Yet. faith's; bright rainbow spins the.
already new cases of goods have replaced The deceased leaves a wife, an aged -
: ance ef a suburban_ 'towa and we gof Mr. H. B. Hudson is having his worth. arch jj
f t the old goods old. Brother father, 3 brothers and 4 sisters to I .
*: so far'.as to feel that for"e dwelling: house re-covered, which adds Mrs. Above the earring :
t' | way Buck Driggers has many friends. mourn his death.. The brothers, are J. B. Williams, Starke, Fla, years J
t :\. have our telephones in our homes & i much to the beauty of the place. I It gathers the
: j Rev ,Overstreet has purchased the prank Rhcden, of Starke, Ervin and says: "My kidneys were in bad shape up shattering nb'I ||
are connected with the of : 1I.d'1 Mr. Byrd Pa ,tt and little i I! That death's
: system i g daughter 'ar.d I had of stern hand has
'r house on Maia street lately occupiedv Duncan Rhoden, of Macclenny: ando symptoms dropsy. 3Iy ri'Veni
, : ;, J. L. Warren; of Starke, who gives i. Gracie, made a busines trip to i, '-. Mr..Wm. Johnson. Mr. Overstrest e sister, were with bin at the time :i feet, ankles and hands became swoli Eeclasps then with a Father's low-

us good,servite.V : I I Starke Saturday, returning the sane: I! I ''on and To last forever Ie3Voe
pained me. back !
to from Live Oak i of
I |I comes us being a f his deati. The body WES taken to was I .1
.We want to extend our thanks to &Y i l "'gin so sore that I could !'
(! brother of Mr. Mar Overstreet. HeJTTll laeclenny for burial Monday morn hardly attend -
: "f the Eoard of Trade for the asisstance Mrs. Johnny Hall, cf Jacksonville,:;[ ; serve his churches from. Lake ; Mr. Rhoden made friends I to my housework. I used plus- j i "be rest Winnie" J'
> ng. :
t r they rendered us in getting our tel e- is staying at Mr. II. B. Hudson's this' nanny 'irs: and rubbed back with :'ids left in, 1(
i Butler. The town receives an import Jtning his sojourn here, who extend : my lini-
.< ., phones. week doing some! carpenter- work. I I rr.t addition in the person of cur heir heartfelt sympathr to 'the be- I i rents, but didn't receive a bit of reI -I' How we tarns her presence at TIDES: '

'*?' We also have now in our midst a Mr. H.| J. Taylor made business ,, Krcthcr and his family this we aii ;- -caved family. |j j ?;ef. I also had headaches and spells I.Tvrocld an:assurance most dear,:!'.

*.'. f large and general: stock of goods o?- trip to Jacksonville. .Monday, return i': *1' :iate. Rav. Overstrest is a minister The Bradford County Teachers' As- cf dizziness. Every doctor I went to, To know si e was theee, -.
.. ; crated by A. A. Wainright who has !!.g Tuesday. I'j To 611 the
J I cf the Baptist church. ton "3d I had kidney trouble but they : tr&zp at the fide! ,
"o? : lEt.t Lawtey school house
'' moved out cf town. If want Mrs. Charity Starling and Cur i : Whore she v.a.s '.
you country ;: son, l! didn't relieve me. I once most dear. ;
i Do finally
not sfciy at home on S ndsr "
I Ito I :St latsrday, November 14, with shoe 13 ;
call him the Wateroak Us! and little daughter Elsie .
> produce on wen and Doa 's Kidney Pills and three boxes:)
prayer meeting nights nakiag .
.. aachers in attendance.
-1 Y E ,; line and tell him what yoa want andrA Glen St. Marys: Sunday to visit her J Jfstsr 1;e cold as an' excuse, the churches notice given of the Owing time; of the I T-Iieved ne wonderfully. My kid- j:j i Wbn twht approaches,

. ;- ?. .;..'* you will get smile something if it is onlyiMl' days.- Mrs. J.eib! Mathis, for a' few' vrill be well warned. 'ession, mite; a number from the rut .1 -'ys berm; fc aact; right and the drop i,'!i.The -Eeasoa .-that is evr: saerej to}]

_' a pleasant | ; s'eal s song, :
.' | Eev. S. S. Proctor preached morn -! schools were cnafcla hera' ptcms.disappeared. My back! : .1
t H ",. or Mr. S. Carter is the pleasant oWner Mrs. Sh'JEJakeof this vicinity, j I :IJT and evening ia the Baptist church time. to"get I' became stronger and lire: headaches IIlr tame H r>5eated, sb
i' of Ford. I d:>d : a new I was '":'lrday. -rd dizziness disappeared.. I j j I tarries so lonc:;
t;. ...' Cane grinding is the order cf the. the sid ct the Long: Branch cam-1 I! Isv. H. Loran preached norni" Praf IL E. Wiggins vas made teciorery Price 50 cants at all dealers. Don'tpl7 I-!I Ard there :s tt: chord in t.e muse ]'
? president
,' day, next \dll be hog etery. IIer children rot present'' Ruth Biggs- score I I That's Tobsed.
killing. being rd night ia Haiferd to splendid CO'l"TCgatioIs. =:': a't for a'??3"ey .r edpgeDown's t :, ince 'JeI" area VO teJ
s 1 : '! ; M sT3. N. T and James Bitch with j |-R3t being notified in. time to get Rev. 0. K. Lull was t ary.o Prater I j! Kidney Pills"-.Uc" sane that' is :ray;: .1
ofrersd :
was by Myor L.
( their families were visiting at tat :? here, came; to Jacksonville] and secured have the ; ;Ir:;. "Wifcuns! had. Foster-Milbarn'I --r-d.a 1.'j;
v I preached ct evening union.onie Iknchard, after which the election cfs3T3persry .
.. !:erne of Mr Drew Reddish Sunday.: : a permit from tho governor and ; but.did net spnear. No dons t i Co., Props., Buffalo; N. Y. j Regret at bar long stay.
.. .Andrew Kite is the next be undertaker and president vras made per- I Ie .
... % I"I one to came Wednesday, : ,ar brother had good reasons for hl:,: Mrs. Rona I'I'nnnent.

. .. ; -\ .: :; building a tome r.eal'T..' B.- Brown-. Vovember 9, took her up and carried' a' !!ease, and we hope it is nothing se 'bosea and McDonald was ? q.Dpe,tn -il igtSt14n.I I Do notjplaee a- chair r:*! the table
: ,' in g s. her fe> Carrol,-Iowa, for proper burial.rioos. secretary Magruder. i is ; It is npt at ail SBQJrfsins ,,that persons When evl'ing'g: = home ....'., -'" are--'

.'i":.: :\ : .'. Mr. Leon Thomas is on tbs sick, list They were GorD ans. {I Mrs. H. Logan and f tar son, Harry, -'Mayor elected: BIzcsfcard treasurer.then extended* !I i who hive irdijfattion become- -din 'righ :': 1'1-I/

:f"; ;sr i* : this week but is improving. thertailexer t j i eouraged'and despondent. Whca the lamjt
.. wera visitors at Raifotd oa Saturday ... hospitelitiea Here area are lit in the 'Pu-;
f.. ," .' \ Dr.' Toralinson LAKE 8UTLER., 'I r.d of the city few :
has made severalprcfesiicr.al | -d Surdsy. 0'e words of hope and cheer for lot. : ;
4 II '
? members of the <
\' calls here'this week.: association, !then by Mra Blanche Bowers Ir : "i the stars ii
!! The ladies cf the ciri 1
t(: ; Two Ttsnksgivhg1 ; loaece held -'hicb was respcrded to Prof. A.:!'
services bj-
We had Dr. ara aranged ? Pa. .
Fremaaiia: our midst "For Y !11'5.m; digestionwas When the.. "S09& mLt repeated -
li' .t' : in answer to- a call from Urs. B. n.Boson to tale: place, one in the i: "hsir.... I""T1''i rit'"Tc' ?etiTt*; at th.. ? ) Keap, of Sfcrke* ia .:ia able manrer. I' SK poor thpt I could, only the : > e "
I : _
of Mrs.
Methodist, !! e A. Henderson. The -
t' '
. } : .-- who is improving. church, Ralferd. The : Lightest' foods. I tried every thing And all lay thcta frWe - ;

:' :' (' .. There must ,to some attraction for ,!' Ctristian: and Metfajdist churches' will ;t I'"ect i: "!;mnt ruder: in the discussion: home: End was "What to Too pro cram .which had been preJared t test I heard cf to get relief, but nqt: "thfrk cC hOt r: sic--: ;..-.. Hi-', I
unite. S
Eev. why" ?
1!. ,: : .' cur toys over at Lawtey. 0. K.. Call will &:( ht,:
The other service will real interesting talks were give That "The need cf more science in the Chanberlain's Tablets : .
:. Tbs nest to the grist, cull-G. W. lie bald in the j j"T advertised and For.she is '
t. f.;;: \ tent ia Lake i t 'resident, Mrs. Dr. Marias: cortri:',/- ools in the absence asterg.. )
.. _. Wdnrigkt putting vp a saw Butler, the Methodist:! ; of Miss Johnj I got a bottle cf them, did I find tha : .
10' t. :" ralilj u-.d Christian churches I j'I''' a well thou ht-o.t address the )r., was ably discussed Prof. 'rgbt treatment. I 4
by A.
;; aid has ordered a rice cleaner for the cnitlrg. Rev. soon began to improve -, Oh! hew mss -
,' : It Logan will occasion.! One of the Isd-'fc: csked! me :1. Kean. I ,we her E Ine,
: j conduct and since
'", tt ,cleaning cf rice, which will'be: here ia''! the service. UI taking a battles At morning noon -*
and ni->
'- i.1..1, .. "'::v"- ._ a few days. J I the weather is cold the service will be j f 1'-ct to mer-tica the fact that the r bj "Ths method of teaching history ine lcf I them njr tkjyxtlcn is fin.. :." For And lingers in v.TJttt ,. .'
.' i ,
anejo- T"-ou
I :t,: ,'r IIus Carrie Wainright and 7., held in the Methodist church tie i j -ett members were not prercct. This ; granuner; grades," by Prof. Wig- sale: by all dealers. ; :!
only h2i'
:( ,4IJ.orrls.I l J-tflJi1j being warned puts ne in mind! cf the Irish off err :;is, Kepi: and Fryer. prese:1 c ca L :
$ : lfor i
Largford the the fIOTUE
; were glad recipients ofMM oem Joyless, invitingly be- ::
r.':" .. : < rolling the roll call cf his regiment.He Adjocrnnent: for noon was then TO HUNTERS. 1 w'-:
I .: slonThs j fere
r i ,': : \ mij 'Lake Butler school had its tegn l: with "Attinskin! _Iv err, '--en, after which Supt. F. G. S" 2" ,

,}; : ,, ., : .'1";'::" : I tL' ftJ r.:. L ;:, attendance o.::. Monday, over record S03': I t: cyan iv yo who are prisint, shout pris- sddresed the association on "The out- ;"ifind understand to hunt there this are some: who'i' Because' cle she, is erased fr u""+ the cir.;7

.. ,.-: .\"ere wxter-sizc zndcr "u pits assembled in the chapel for int, md all iv ye that are absl'.ti "ocl: in Bradford! county for cduca- season withoutraying Because
-zseighitrith : license she is with ;
t a and who
.- religious i shout: abs:."lt! -: speak of cs no r reWritten
exercises on. ,
t and i
tt .
t pinched/aces and pee blood; they several yet were j| Dr. Tomlinson, cf Starke J *3 game.kw only as a joke. J drive ,- -- by: her cou- n, ?r";. Mary
. absentees. was a "Spelling" then -
do Professor was taken
: not complain bit appetite lags, tut Draper: up by tklaltl) Kob". Fk '
? I "isitor here to say that the law does not Wad, I 7orerober.
liar isan I on Tuesday.I : tr give
i have alibi: efficient teacher ; Draper and Profs.
y } no on aaiulo not prc;esa.z a man of de- Fryer and 16, 1911 Wacrhsla
[ !'. and Mrs. anyone the privilege to hunt withouti Advocate pteaw'copy. 1
:.f2 Suck chfldrea need the rich ccdiciiialnourishitcnt eidedly. religious convictions, yet as .I Mahes and familyvent Draper.An I .
ia & :t'e E
f. :? everything elsa; its purr co 1 liver oil ccafaTna : His teachers are wise'arid- : 'iorday. Mrs. /Msines with her son, 'a the "Consolidation of the county 'r is a registered voter may hunt in his An Active- Liver Means Health. .
'I catOTc's own blocd-fornunj, g. ;I ':'xbr.dC'd their outing to Live awn precinct without a license.I I If ;
intelligent OaK schools; dear 1
you want health
Draper Schell
building fats which quickly; show ia young women. I.is no have been rood a :
sheets Letter appetite farm flesh rosy ar3 wonder that the school is in such a' '-here they visited friends and took: 'ry er and Kean. requested by the State complexion and freedjci from IF.nii: i
and Fish
t' 1.<,4.-". .sturdy frames. prosperous condition.I ia the fair. After adopting several important Commissioner to arrest nsss, Constipation, Biliousness, Headaches :

*", "' If your children -are languid tired da not know of a sbgle case of Mrs. Dr. Sol Newscme, of St. Petersburg resolutions the association adjourned. any one hunting without license, and IndVestion: !!, take Dr. Kings

... .' when rising catch cold easily or find serious sickness ia the town. is visiting Mrs. Dr. Mains.: ,unless he'is a qualified citizen and New Life Pills. They"drive out fermenting '1
,4.:' ';. .. their studies difficult, give them Scott's in tranquil. A better spirit Or. Sol Newsome is well known and now To Give Quinine To Children. with the co-operation of the peace and undigested: foods, dear; J

r Emulsion; it supplies the very food elements Ute community than did pervades respected in this community having improved FEBRILIXC trade-mark name given to an '\dicers of the county I expect; to enforce the Blood and care Constipation. Only -
several Quinine. .
that their itisaastieuSprup.pieaaant
systems lack.Scott' been a medical practitioner for some to take and does not du>.arb the stomach. the law to the best of my abil- 25c, at your druggist:
ii. Emsltion contains no alcohol ago.About Children take it and never know it is Quill Je. ity. -
ry : ,and la so good for growing children it's a sixteen' names have been secured years. Mrs. Newsome will receive a take Also ordinary especially Cuin.ne.adapted Don to adults not who cannot Invigorating to the Pals and Sickly ,

'.pity to keep it from them. for the brass band. Avery G. warm welcome. cause nervon'ness nor riagin?in the nauseate head. Try ner A. A. HAZEN, The Old Standard general Btresstheoinz to*
the grit time Game
YOU need and Fish Warden
-M-C Scott.Bane,-Iaomtidd,'N.J. Powell, publisher of the Times, of Read the Telegraph-?1.50 a pos!. Ad toe 2 acne: onemsl Qmnui fatluge.for aoy pnr-The I Bradford I CRp\Jtata ta.enticbesthebiood.andbuitdsupthC E'S TASTiLfcSS:: chiU TO:ilC:: .driftloat s'vtcm.
year. .
'I&m a FEBaIi.zr is u.Wl m boUle. county. I ,
ZScctu. >*
I A tree toni:. F;;. adults and ctr t e fc
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