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 27, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00027795:01996
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lLUiE.XXXVI.: STARKE, FLORIDA, Friday! November 27, 1914. ,NUMBER'I .21.',. :.

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;:Track When He Was Past Week. tion to Their Needs.. Stricken, ustry. The Execution. Return and Surrender

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has been greatly Himself! '
Business stability
J :\ Will Moore will be hanged today : .

: ;3'r4 c.. Walker, special agent of the promoted by every development of The committee of railroad ex- King Cotton has suffered more for the murder of W. T. Andrews un- F. N. Andrews, Jgfcjj treasurer of if. ;
,dire Coast Line with headquar- the week and confidence has been im- ecutives, headed by Mr. Frank from the European war than any less the unexpected happens. Every-
i'it I,.at Alachua, was assassinated mensely increased. This confidence is Trumbull, representing thirty- other> agricultural product on the thing is in readiness for the execution Bradford county, whose:;'case,has at-

Sun-eveningabout based upon important achievementsin five of the leading railroad sys- American continent. The shellsof which will take place today be- : tracted state-wide attention for sev-

lw/j the rehabilitation of the financial I tems of the nation, recently pre- the belligerents have bursted tween the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. eral weeks, and who las; beenjiought

f; ''pity who fired the shots mistaking mechanism of the country the successful sented to President Wilson a over his throne, frightening his and 2 o'clock p. m. The scaffold has far and" wide, is now& nsoner in ,
Miim lor another man. reopening of the New York memorandum briefly reviewingthe subjects and shattering his mark- been erected at the southeast corner the county jail,having | *
j!'Special Agent Walker went to La- Cotton Exchange, end the completion difficulties now confrontingthe ets, and, panic-stricken, the nation of the jail, and the hanging will.take yoluntarlly returned a

l c Layette county with a party of friends by the opening, under bright auspices, railroads of the country and ; cries- out "God save the place in full view of the public. This and surrendered. Saturdayevening.
ot the Federal Reserve. Banks, by asking for the of the icing" ., ;' -. '.
3 ftjtt enjoy a few days' hunting, his com- co-operatien will be the second legal hanging that t 2:
'": pinion,being,,Conductor 0. K. Robinaoai'of which the money market may be effectually governmental authorities and the P ople from every walk of, life has ever occurred in Bradford county, Early in Septem 'Andrews; disappeared -

$\;' Jacksonville; Conductor*F. T. regulated and safeguarded. public in supporting railroad have contributed their mite to- the first one taking place about two suddenly. T&a;action afoua- '

!.!"colds and Harry Railsback, of St. Steps are being taken by the New credits and recognizing an emer- ward rescue work. Society has years ago, whei Hershey Mitchell, colored ed suspicion and an jcyestigatibh 'of ..
JAmw Stock Claim Agent;; R. B. Bos- York Stock Echange'for open dealingsin gency which requires that the danced before the king; milady was executed for the murder of ".
'tiek,:of Gainesville and Irvin Akin of bonds, for which there is an in- railroads be given additional rev- has decreed that the family ward- Arnold Brimer, colored.A his accounts as treasurer. 'showed, a ,

BeD;and they had just become'established creasing demand. The practical completion I enues. robe shall contain only cotton public hanging is an importantevent shortage in the county funds entrust

!in camp when the 'deplorable of the cotton pool, intendedto The memorandum recites that goods ; the press has plead with and a large number of peopleare ed to his care. Andrews' was subsequently
protect the cotton situation, .is an- j the European war has resulted in the public to bale"] bankers ; f i -4 ./
tragedy,took place. "buy a ; expected in Starke today to see arrested in Biftmnghanj, Ala., ;. '
,3 From what has been' learned, .itieems'that other event of the week. Actual trade, general; depression of business. have been formulating holding Will Moore'expiate his crime. and
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; Roy Moody and a man byname however, is still'somewhat backward, the American continent and in plans; congress and legisla- Moore has been making preparations brought to Stake and placed

.of Hall had become angered; except in the department of foreign the dislocation of credits at home tive bodies have deliberated over for death for several weeks.and in jail, but be succeeded., -i in furnishing ; ,;

i et j party by the name Of"Boyd.wholy commerce, which has rapidly recov- and abroad. With revenues decreasing relief "measures; statesmen and announces that he is ready to go. He a bond of $3,000;] and was re
ered from the prostration caused by and interest rates increasing writers have leased. A few days:'after be
j:>cting; as guide for the hunting grown eloquent ex- wrote a message to -the public for was F'
;r-'party, and that some time ago one of I the war. Exports from New York: the transportation sys- pounding the inalienable rightsof publication in the Telegraph of which given his liberty he deeded! to leave t

:tbj:parties had shot Boyd, but not during the latest week amounted to tems of the country face a most "His Majesty" and presenting the following is the gist: ,I again. Rewards aggregating $350

jerkmsly.. .On, Sunday, after the rail- $24,189,270, an increase of nearly $7- serious crisis and the mem ran- schemes for preserving financial "I want to thank Mr. ,W. W. Bais- were offered for his capture and'notices .'. I +
e rwid'men established their camp, 000,000'over the corresponding week dum is a strong presentation of integrity of the stricken den publicly for his kindness to me of the reward 'trczA sent'6rev-, :

y. goody and Hall visited it'with a view of last year, and during the first half the candle burning at both ends staple, but the sword of Europehas while I was a'prisoner under his ery direction. However, TOO idings'of < ,

i to r renewing their difficulty with of November the trade balance in favor and the perils that must ultimately proved migHtier than the pel care. He has done everything in reason him were received until last Saturday, i j 'F

.is Boyd but he left to evade them, they of this country ,at the ten most attend such a conflagration of America in fixing value upon for me that I hare asked him to when Andrews sent 8, t' Jegram.from : !

"hanng,'.it"is' said, threatened to, kill important customs districts, amounted when the flames meet is apparentto this product of the sunny south, do. May God bless] him and his fam Valdosta, Ga., to Sheriff Denmark: .

t U Min on.sight Boyd's home was buttshort to $32,392,214. The foreign demand all. In their general discussion I Prices have been bayoneted, values ily. God bless all who have prayed asking him to meet hint at Hamp : ;

fy$ distance from the camp,. andJdw includes not only breadstuffs, the railroad representatives say I riddled and markets decimated for rr.e, especially Rev. H. W. Bart ton. Mr. Denmark was absent at the. ; c

:the railroad track. but also A wide' range of supplies in part: "By reason of legislation by the battling hosts of the ley and Rev. J. W. Robinson, vrho time, but Deputy SheriffW.,; W. B is-' f' ,

H_'Special Agent Walker, who had 11 called for by army, necessities, and and regulation by die Federal eastern hemisphere until the; ?baptized me. I feel better than 1 ever den went to Hampton tiamd arrested 7 =1! -
I'' known;Boyd for some time and who during this week there were notableinquiries Government, and the forty- American farmer has suffered "a felt in my life and I am ready to Andrews .and brought.hsin to"Starke.The I'I

'esteemed him as a guide, left the for wool,,hosiery, overcoat- eight states acting independentlyof war loss of $400,000,000, and a question of the? paymentof ,. L
t :-etfmp, remarking that he would g4uIendeavor o ing, leather, shoes, steel bars, etc. In each other, as well as throughthe bale of cotton brave enough t o "Young men, when start to a the reward then presented itself and / 1
action of you
;>- .to.let-him know of domestic -a there, .are some signs a strong public opin enter an European port must pa' take second andgo Mr. Baisden settled it,bV writing to/ .
. 'impending danger at the hands hisf f of a more active movement.' "There ion- railroad have expenses in-'recntyears a ransom' of half its value or go crap to'game church. a Buy a pocket'thought testa. Governer Trammell, and .explaini

_. Moods ad''' Hall It was now after is more liberal buying of pig Iron, vastly increased. No to'prison until the war is over. ment and do what it' Goodbye. the circumstances to'h' 1' The g
criticism is here says.
' made of the
::6 o'clock and dark, and as Mr. Walker and further inquiry for finished stee 1. eral theory of governmental gen Hope ef the Future Lies in Co J ernor replied that in hiss|opinio :
,', !u walking 'along the railroad Large buying of copper has advanced regu body was entitled to a.. reward.under* "\ .
I lation, but on the other hand, n:0 operation. WHERE IS ENTERPRISE? .Y.
that ,.
J ;;track;joing in the direction of Boyd's prices of metal. The textiles the circumstances.. i .
, ,home:; he was shot down by partthe markets are very irregular, some of ingenuity can relieve the carrier" : The' Farmers' Union, throug Andrews gave a Telegraph representative V
,>.; .. ditch who had concealed them the lines profiting by the war demandwhile of expenses created thereby. the columns of the press, wants As this has been frequently asked the- following'account} .of"-- '
President' Wilson, in transmitting to thank'the American people for 4t' elye8'iathe: ditch beside the track.if" others are held back by the difficulty < his travels while he vi'asigane: -
Two loads of buckshot were fired, one of obtaining foreign dyestuffs.Except the memorandum of the rail the friendship, sympathy and assistance give an idea where it is, as it is onlya On Friday, October SOt';;h was vis- ?

,:t 'load striking him in.the back just be- for a brisk export demand the road presidents to the public, given the cotton farm settlement of. good citizens, ando a iting his brother, ScoltJ Andrews, Y

'::Iovr.the right shoulder and,the other shoe trade is inactive, the domestic '. characterizes it as "a" lucid statement ers in the hour of distress and t good farming section in the northernpart near New River-when he*took a sud- !:z .
: 'i?tearing'off a part of his right arm. movement being sluggish. Wheat u is ident of plain truth. The Pres direct attention to co-operative of Bradford county. It is on: the den notion to leave. He' left
f The ,shots Were beard by those moving'in great quantities, both from recognizing the emergency y methods necessary to permanently Lawtey and Raiford road, 3 miles brother's home and went to New '-
irt .i around. tho camp-fire, and also by the farms' and into ships, the market as in extraordinary. continuing, said ] assist the marketing of all l west of Lawtey and 7 miles east of i River station, where* hJ? 'boarded 'a '. $

J Boyd,; but 'nothing serious was vacillating between the influences tf 1 part: farm products.The Raiford, and 6 miles north of Starke, northbound train and went to, Lulu. ;,
;t\thought'of it at the time. Boyd, it u increasing supplies and expanding ex.panding "You of ask me to call the' attention present emergency presents the county site.. It is in the famous He left the train-at Lul'jiand caught

not.afraid of Moody or Hall,| exports. The winter wheat tlre'country to the'imperative as grave a situation as ever strawberry section of the. state. Herewe I the southbound train forralatka: ar- :'
tF'Wag following!J the reports' the gun average is being increased. The livestock sustained that and railway creditsbe confronted the American farmer have some of the best soil in the t| riving in' that city at r.|( :50 o'clock!. -

t )s. said! that he, from his home markets .are unsettled by the in the railroadshelped and from/ the viewpoint of the state. We grow crops the year r ) From there he went tc:5 Miami and sF. Y,
i nearby; shouted to them that they had breaking out of the foot and mouth whether every possible way, pro u$r, would segm to justify round. We have good land for r'then! to Key West. On= he -way to a'

}f|ajustt'asweil: go on-that no one was disease. Retail trade is still backward by private cooperativeeffort extraordinary relief measures: thing. We grow corn, rice and sweet j Key West he was very much impress- .
( Ss afraid, of .them-not knowing that I but is i now somewhat stimulated feasible or of by governmental the action_ __, _wherever afTPnrip. even to the point of bending the potatoes, after gathering our straw I i ed with fhft' ma itude :U F1a11er's .

IFth shots he had just heard had taken by colder weather and holiday buy and I am glad to do-- n so because-o---- -I s constitution and straining business berries. We do' not have any gall I I jpet project,, the oversea railroad* : }

tii. ',the lifo of Special Agent Walker, who i ing. Reports from the South, where think the need real.! rules in Older to ]lift a portion berries: or palmetto to contend within i From Key West Andrews proceeded "jP

"3 'was enroute to inform Boyd that the the business depression has been intense The conference.very was of"the burden off the backsof the clearing of our land. All ve.'haveHo .. to Havana, Cuba. He remained 'in* _"' '. _

J.twci, en were looking for him with are more encouraging. One of fortunate one fpr the nation certainly and a the farmer, for unless some / do is to clean up the logs and j Havana a few d3ys'arid'wen 'took any ;" ?f:'

' the. ,I'tirpose of doing him harm. the favorable signs of the week is the the President is to be thing: is done id heck the invasion pick up the trash. and then go toFjowing. j xcursion to Haridora, a J.fflall Amer-V: < .... : ::3

Alitle.while; later Mr. Akin, while increasing activity in commercial paper lated fort opening the congratu-to of the .wa'r forces upon*the We have the best land in, icon settlement, 90 miles;!east of Ha ,. ,!' .
gate ,
.on"his a cotton fields, the pathway of*the the state, all need is ,
way, to secure some supplies ; and collections are also.reported new world of effort. in which so we now some vana. He soon returned; .to Havana --V; "' ;rand .
o t ,for the camping party, came upon the bettor.-Dun's Review.ADVERTISING everyone 'may'co-operate. European pestilence on this continent more good'citizens, 'If you are looking left immediately for the Isle of :V; ..,; -jl { c
jt 'body.of .Mr. Walker. He had fallen will be strewn with n* rt- for a good place in Florida, come
There Pines, island south of Cuba. He 00'
are many important an t : ji:
' fa dO'Wnward FLORIDA gaged homes and famine 'and to For information :
on the railroad track, Enterprise. further "
in sojourned there few th V "
problems a and went .
' our complex civili- will ;; 'f
stalk.over southland
,K and,from ppearances death was in- zation that will poverty the about Enterprise and Lawtey back to Havana where "" }
Fruit Given'Delegates at W. C. yield to he?conscience : r.. .r
-atant out The shot which filling.the highways of industry address Mr. H. C. Peace .- .. t
n ; enter- tion which will not lend them- Lawtey, or began to prick him for leaving in. the : : ;; ,". .. ,.
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f ed his back penetrated the heart, and Convention.At selves to "arbitrary rulings of with* refugees and thebankruptcy 1tlr. D. L. Phillips, Lawtey, Fla. lurch the friends who had:signed the ;' t.;'. 1t ,
the wound was a very ugly one. the national convention of the I court prisoners.All j
commissions and bond for .
financing rail- his'appearance i 5a court and _{, -lY.;
;.. Moody and Hall Arrested. W. C..T. U. held in Atlanta last week roads is one of them. The man andUie calamities.] teach us lessons their usefulness: "The prou'em Is I he decided then and tfcer to return J:- :. l 4 4 ;I 111to )'
crisis c
J'OfBwrs were notified, and at an ear- Florida received the most unique and with the money is a factor that illuminate t>resent serves to a gigantic one-too great for the Starke and take his l' mlldlC1neHe -T. : .. /. :'4'

; tJi' :j hour Monday morning-before valuable advertising in its history, cannot be eliminated from any methods frailties of our farmer to solve unaided. He must took passage on a steamer: to Pcnsa'i: : -; ,i; t''
marketing and .
the .
Moody and Hall have the "' .
assistance bank-
were arrested perhaps. Business of the r. '
transaction, and cola, later going to Mobile end Montgomery .'
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credit 1r. ,
l'; IL r d eputy sheriff and carried to the Miss :Minnie Neal, President of public is an interested party that out of the our financial system, and !8r! the merchant and the govern-I Ala. From the letter glace ?: .12 ':. : ...;,V<;

|ttartyjail; at Mayo, being held by aIrfi Florida W. C. T. U., secured pledges should always be consulted and travail of the anguish and ment. he went to Valdosta, Ga...! where' hewired .4! < t f
, .eerdiet i cf the coroner's jury to await from to tbeir the cotton farmer will In production we have reached '
: growers ship productsto President has invitedall volume Sheriff S. B. Denjnak to treat': 7 -j: '
;tlW,'cnon charges of murder It isM come a of discussion anda the mark of ;
Atlanta that added cQurtesies to participate in' the solutionof high water perfectionin him at Hampton. +
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j $ ,that,both Moody and Hall were might be .ext t ded delegates".from all our railroad problems. mass suggestions and finallya the world's history, but our -L .t: ;;" y. ."T-": '4
tf: "y under the solution of this, the biggest .:, '-,.". ,y'
I influence of whiskey parts of the nation. The result was marketing methods are most : ',: I f.i( fJ1',..
; 1: ;wrested, and that Hall made aMskment an unexpected quantity of grapefruit, FRANK DOOMED problem in the economic.. life of primitive. In the dawn of his- AMERICANS EVACUATE.[ "h,'; .:." "!\ .t
America if indeed .
I in we have not .. < v- ;
which he ;:
; ;'r. acknowledged oranges, tangerines, kumquats tory we find agriculture plowing 'J,
psr- WASHINGTON Nov. 23.Justice &. .,,' &
laid the foundation
_t ;,* t he;fired the shots thinking thatWalker ; simmons.. nd paper shell pecans. already for. at with a forked stick but with a VERA CRUZ, Nov. 23-lThe Med-j: :*:',
?jf.. easl Lamar of the United States Supreme least temporary relief. $?
t Agent was Boyd. For several the Florida dele system of warehouses under : '
days governmental yjm
;''1 "" Court today refused to grant a writ can flag is again flyingo.!; r the city*.; ..
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; :" :remains, of the special agentbrought gation More Pharoahs- 'Needed in supervision that made :
numbering 60, filed in to the
of-Vera Cruz. Six thousand United
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to Newberry Monday onIJisilJfceltnun great choir loft of Broughton Tabernacle Agriculture. the Egyptians the marvel of civilization -
of Atlanta, who is being under sea States infantrymen marines. -unl.. :C '>' >! .3\
arriving. there at 1:30 m., each bearing .f' for who has not ad- '>
* ** ** p. a market basket tence to bang for the murder of Mary Farm products have no credit der command of Brigaoifr-General ;-- ,:&&" 4
; District Supt. H. 0. McArthur festooned with Spanish and filled and mired the vision of Joseph and ; H*> {
moss Phagan.. : perhaps can never hare on a Funston left the port todayg*.;\ J-
n.L. .,. them"carried thence to Alachua with one variety of the selected and applauded the wisdom of Pharoahfor f". -*
Frank's counsel announced tonight permanent satisfactory basis General Aguilars, the jlcxkan! conimander -, ', '. '
-special train. luscious fruit. When the cheers of unless build warehouses storing the surplus until demanded -I '.' '
)tr.Walker. that they would carry the application we cold :: occupied the city,. ;.as the.Amreicans .
was a native of the by the consumer, but in
the.convention abated, Florida elevators y'
i,i-te* sang to other members of the court and if storage plants, etc., for left.. No disturbance of' -
.f ;','frD' Pm of Alachua county and one of their songs for the occasion of refuse without storage and credit facili- this age we have too many Jo- any note occurred. ,The ;;transport' '. ... &ar-
Frank die
they to act must
TII x s:msn y' relatives in ,that section.O gave their battle cry, then passing unless the Governor of Georgia ties, the south is compelled to sephs who dream and not enough Christobal, bearing j ei; furl contingent ; af*
com '
rome time he was deputy sher- through the auditorium and distributted its the Pharoahs who build. .
mutes the sentence. dump crop on market at I of Americans left, the dock at ,
I :'BFibare; was later marshal of Ala the fruit to delegates and visit- harvest time. The Farmers' 11:50 this evening forth:;, United : F

fi; at for the past two years or I tors. When the convention closed There was not much stir in Stark Unions in the cotton producing 'praa no.C ;r ij\\ ;jsaSiQ! .tiouraw States. : '- &*

.;1 e'k' i the,,"u employed as special agentAtlantic there still being plenty and to spars, on Thanksgiving day except at the states have for the past ten years aq; jo Suiynjs jo'u 'puiui! aq The threat made by :the;foQpweri: .t, :>;;-- ..4x t

Coast Line. As an of- baskets were sent to hospitals, Y. W,. noon hour when the people gatheredof per istently- advocated, the construction jo utdola! .tap s si! uojiEonpg! of General Villa and otters that'tJ1e1j'; : .J".r._1'0;
If ,;he'b.cw'no fear, and was re84 C. A., and other places. their Thanksgiving feasts. Many of storage facilities. We would resist the occupation of the ." A''V '

.t:: 11sthe'as one of the most, alert offi- Here is the battle cry: around their festal boards to partake have built during this 'period COTTON REPORT. city y. Aguillars troops/ ;rai1cd.tC1t.; 5'." ijTt f-.
county. He was only Rah! Rah! Rah! Who are we? of our folks had visitors and gueststo 2,000 warehouses with a capacity materialize. Aguillar is an-adhere ",- ;'''

il:: s+*&tt-S5 but'years of.age, and was marI Orange blossoms down' by the sea. share their pleasures and a fsvspent of .approximately 4,000,000bales( ( There were 2722 bales of cotton cf General Carranza.' ':cai'ranz is- K 2

I;t.e cKa, Clemmons a little over two years'ago What are we here for Here our cry: the day out of town. Of course,, and looking backward the result Tinned in Bradford county from the quoted by representatives rjere as be='v .. j ; ;

*'eamity..The', of Brooker Brad Out for Florida-Dry! Dry Dry! everybody did not have a feast. 1'hepoor .would seem encouraging, but Top of 1914, prior to November 14, jug displeased with the .!lmeiiean ..
;J: ; sad news was irad It is needless. to say that Florida cannot afford feasts, but everybody looking forward, we are able to 1914, as compared with 2227 bales method of delivering tHe city.y He tlt

.: ; 4 'Ii .to [Mrs.' Walker Monday, she i made a hit, and many took the ad enjoyed the day The prisonersat house less than one-third of the ginned prior, to November 14, 1913. wished formal. transfer e4%the'vanous .-; t
. on: 'a visit to friends at La- dresses of the donors N. D. WAINRIGHT, departments from American au.'
II -h iaesville and ordered the county jail were given a good crop and warehouses without a I't, ,..,J f
>: ,' ,,,; Sun. > fruit. -: '.. -,....r&f 1 1 j dinner in honor of the day. | credit: system lose.90 percent of Special Agent thority. \ .,: \ ')' ,<:,' :"..
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,< AppealforFa r Judgment NOW HER FRIENDS Ready, for, -To-moirow. ?:'-

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BARCLY KNOW HER Horses digest- their feed less L ttoronghfy than .", >

{:. < other farm 2DltmlI : 0
11 tf $ jg orderto insure \
< thorough tun
--I' 1 f f-' = /f t.- 4 \ digestion of all the food eaten, and to make your STOac nIu MEDIQN BUDe"*; '

horses readier for next day's work add to tbtir.I

Judge Peter 'S. Crosscup, of Chicago, Analyzes The Question of Responsibility Bet Tiii Does Not Bother Mn evening feed a teaspoonful of- :a m Iee4.itua beaIhi.it tlllUliilld.. IIIItta

ii Burton, Under toe STOCK dcaa.

of Great' European War. CimPn Bee Dee InJotostoa \

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iJ: -, It WIn lessen your feed bffls. .
: Houston, Texas.-In an interesting
G I of. was tinder no duty .England or directing "its efforts against Austria- It win increase '23c.sac IIId $t.yes .,
.The other day : saw a group your profits.
letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton .;-

men in
road who seemed to be in earner t could have remained neutral by re, lug for the most .severe punishment to tell you what your medicine, Cardui, .

maining passive, as,China is remain of "publication calculated to incite!
of the
conversation. Suddenly one the wOJrian's'toD C, has done for me. |
jug passive, while 'Japan, called out; hatred against the territorial integrity
men struck one 'of the others. In I was down sick with womanly trouble
I. felt that he was'tbe by England is'going across her of Austria;" to remove from the i
it : stinctly and my mother advised several differed

I ;v- aggressor-that he wished a .fight territory toward Germany's Chineseport. public education establishments" ,in I treatments, but they didn't seem to do Andrews Mercantile}

t ir., But the facts, had I been near enough .China has not given permission; Servia everything calculated to foment me any good. 1 fingered along for three

to see and hear, might have been she protests; but no one believes, propaganda against Austria; to I or four months, and for three weeks, J l? ....

different. That first blow as I saw much less anyone in England, that asa publish in the, official gazette and,tread was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for

it may have been in self-defense; I .neutral she is obliged to take up to their army this promised' new lDy one to walk across the floor. I Company'sBIG \\1
, the whose attitude of Servia to Austria; and to ,
;.> ., was not near enough to see the arms against country armyis My husband advised me to try Cardui,
crossing. Indeed Belgium's right remove from military service all such the woman's tonic. I have taken two
\ : other's' cleached fist. It may, have
I not to be molested, even by troopsin persons as judicial inquiry may haveproved bottles of Cardui, am feeling fine, gained
), : been deserved; was not near
, transit, was not that, of "guar to be guilty of acts. directed 15 pounds and do all of my housework. SALE
I enough to hear the provocation.What :
anteed neutrality" at all, resting on :against the integrity of the territoryof friends hardly know me, I am so well" ,
e, is the only thing visible to one at a
!. but of territorial inviolability Hungary-promises nn o If you suffer from any of the aflicents
: distance may not.have been the facat people would make unless there \ <
tresting on the fact that she was a was so common to women, don't allow the WILL CLOSE '
all as seen by those upon th independent nation-that same right a basis of fact for the complaint. trouble to become chronic. Begin taking

spot. that I have to exclude from But though Servia thus acknowl Cardui to-day. It is purely vegetable, Nov. '
1, $a American public, opinion meanS tot house not because you have my edged the basis of the,complaint, and Its ingredients acting in a gentle, natural Saturday, 28th

1' be fair. -Bat. ,we in America saw the you agreed promised to take measures to remedyit way on the weakened womanly constitu-

t beginnings" this war only from a with someone else to let ,me alone, she refused the "collaboration" of ion. You'run no risk in trying Cardui. "

I distance. It looked to us as if Ger but because the law gives me the Austrian representatives or the participation It has been helping weak women back to'' All Who Trade $10.00 Get a Nice Piece of Silverware -': 4,

right, on my own account, to be let of Austrian "delegates health and -FREE :, I
many struck first Was that the act jn strength for more than 50 ,

; :tf of an aggressor'wishing! for a fight, i alone. the investigations relating thereto rears. It will help you. At all '
;. But suppose, in pursuit of one who She made no straight out denial of deaIers.j We will submit few of
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1 :; war was unavoidable, it reveals that morally* right in attacking wanted sincere responsibilityAustria of the practical side of the problem! Ladies' Hats, Ladies' Coats and Sjien's

I r, ? t responsibility for it, whether it was France is one question; her military a of Servia investigationtheattitude looks if she as presented to Austria: The spifit ; and Boys' Suits being sold at coet.f .
necessities in she as
case behind
was morally these attacks on Austria-Hun-

:; .?t C' avoidable, and as or much not, is at on least Russia on England.and primarily right in the attack, is another and that wanted the'a two whitewash.countries And broke.it was on gary was not the'spirit of the Ser- Come on before this sale closes and get.some' of these

.f France secondarily as on the Kaiser .a.different question. And that publicpinion Now Austria vian government only, but the spiritof bargains and a piece of Silerwarfe Free.A.D.AndrewsMer.Co..
was Hungary right in
lacks all, thet Servian :r '" '
: s'ense of proportion people also. A gov-
", tI and his councilors. Before goingto making the demand and Servia i
which holds, that however morally ernment may be reached sometimes I I
t / that, however, a couple of collateral wrong in refusing the demand that \ f
r' right the attack' on France may haveeen by protest. But there are cases in
considerations must be noticed. Austrian delegates sit in the instigation .
> and whatever the of I which a people can only be reached ,
tk The'gist of these is: How came i( necessity ? That is the crux of the matter .
s going across Belgium, there is by some tangible military demonstration. RAIFORD FLORIDA
amoral ,
about that Germany was so ready for between Austria and Servia. The z
t in History is replete with demon- &
ear. at the moment she declared'waIf r' wrong trespassing on Belgium's conduct of nations, like that of individuals strations of that .
abstract right of territorial kind; so that the
she did not desire' wart 'Is' not l must stand the test of common oroblem. of Austria, now that' thegovernment's '

"readiness" inviolability compensation being sense. And like individuals, rations .. :
an evidence of "desire"? I'
: guaranteed. At least word could no longer be stirring up the Slavs of a neighbor land and < a
p Yes except as anxcus'e : have the right to have their : arc: joined Eusisa a. :|
? >.- and not That depends on other :iken, was to impress the people of ,&'! I
j i:r facts-for instance, how long has that no nation yet has made it a word taken in matters of this kind Servia with Austria-Hungary's ig nation. It is not impossible that putting on Che-yoke would ,not haw";

? readiness existed. One ready and cause for war. As for France, aSsuming until their word is no longer good, by pose not to be silent longer under pur- Russia, pressed at home by her ownSlavs alleviated tl a rervility: of bearing it

j. wishing for war would: strike quickly again that Germany was right t being repeatedly broken; so had this these flying firebrands. We went to for a greater measure of civil But was. here no way to escape-:;" j

in striking her, her mouth is closedgainst been the first complaint against Ser- that yoke with ut war?. That is tl1t;f'
; -would not wait forty years. Germany war with Spain for less than Aus- liberty, saw in the Servian situationa
( complaining of the violationof via by Austria on this matter, and i question his*, ry will ask. Withootfej
has tria'was'S116ering; at the hands for that
been "ready" for forty of vent feeling, by becomingthe
the treaty by the fact that she this was Servia's first promise t6 live Servia. war with R s4z, no-unless ,Austria| I
three Her situation both England declared war on the champion of the race abroad. Its
years. on provoked it. And England, in declining hereafter relations there accepted RifSsian veto on demonstration : j
: on friendly thej any :
republic of Paul
n n.tE the west and the east: has compelled Eruger for less. And not impossible that Kusisa nas ue-
x to say whether or not she wouldbe would have been no justification farAustria's against Servia. RUSSia1tmind j
Italy declared war on Turkey for less signs of her own on the Balkan
her to. be always ready. But while peninsula -
a belligerent, is in the same posi- demand, or for her refusalto -and in each was ztpde up. Austria stipulated <
case the war'closed and feared that demonstration
a -
within-:the last sixteen years of that ion. As pretended guardians of Bel- take Servia's word that a fair investigation with that she :Would not annex any :
territory detached from the Austria
vanquished by might take the form
: forty-three England has made war on gium they cannot Servian that sufficient ; .
f" provoke an attack would be made and the and taken ry; was not -::
the Russ
by victor. of Whatever the
acquiring territory.
the Transvaal, the United States on and then fend it off by holding up guilty punished. But this White Paper ; remained immovable
we wrong? More than that: reason, the spark that has ignited .-
: Spain, Japan on Russia, and Italy their ward between them and the shows that this was not Servia's Did England suggeted a conference, and
I any great outside Power even Europe was this alleged public opin-
I : I I On Turkey, Germany, always ready, lows that follow; so that as a rcoial first promise-that she had made former Way? .On the other hand we were say ion in Russia.. What subsequently pending sue,|conference that Austriabe '

( has remained at peace. Does that question, this occupation by Germany promises-that this new offer of 'oft to deal with the allowed to < :cupy Belgrade, Russia :
problem the
as we transpired was simply develop-
t count for,nothing in the enquiry of of Belgium soil for the purpose of her word was the offer of an already refused. iR ssia was willing that
right. Why, then, should ment of that spark. Germany tried to .
any ,
"desire?" The Kaiser came to the transit, is merged in the larger moral broken word. This is the third fact outside Power England It4T, France and Germany :
I : say Nay to Austria, drown it out even in Russia; the "
throne in his twenties; he is now question: Was Germany right in in the inquiry-the turning fact oi especially if should go. into conference, but,made
no territory was- to be White Paper shows that on a sharp '
It :t in his fifties; during that period her:attack on France-did she hon the question of who was wrong andwho taken? Morally right in her demandon note from her. to Austria, Austria it clear that peiding the outcome of

t f- '''usually the fighting in estly believe that her security and was right-a fact entirely ignored such a ,.conftjnsice Austria's hands
; period a man's Servia, to sit in at the investiation stipulated not to'take any of Servia'sterritory. .
J honor required that that attack to be in the views must be tied vU from making a mil
: life, he has not sent pressed upon American !
#,' a German why was not Austria left alone Germany tried to preventits
soldier against an enemy; of the mil public opinion. Five years before to enforce that right, as England, the spreading to France; did not want itary demonstration of her determina-

oi'I lions of soldiers. in the field today a Though the- White Paper covers I March 18, 1909, Servia gave her United States and Italy had been left war with France; the White Paper tion that tl-e'incendiarism should
five pages of the American word, not to Austria alone but'to cease. Russia's'will in the matter,
h German army alono is without a alone to enforce their rights? shows as already stated, that she said
in which I found it, the essential 1 Great Powers, that this .scattering oi f The must be accejrtHJ: by Europe as well
i- private 'soldier 'who has, ever before answer is-Rusis'a. And that she would not mobilize against Franceif
facts pertinent to this larger 'firebrands should as by and Austria. That
lit ques cease-that thereafter Austria Germ&njj
too not because '
I seen actual service in battle. Does tion was without England would stipulate for the
are few and can be compactly she would live was Russia's'atHtude.. And it meant
b ? that count for. anything, Who as a friendly just cause for what she proposed, but neutrality of France. And'it is certain '
can stated.
The first of these-trite neighbor. That shows that five to Austria tjnd{ : Germany either to
it + believe any movement against th3 Germany did not want war with
to himself that enough but to be lost bow to that ill, war-with
never sight of the offense was already in or Ens-
ex Slavs
{. readiness of Servia would not be tolerated England. Even after England an-
of that
kind is evidence I
f -is
t o: the Austro-Hungary' monarchy isfe lce. Did it cease? Was the word sia at least. t
: by "home opinion" in Russia.
; desire? Thatis nounced she would not permit Ger-
l' I contains a very large Slav pop kept? In the note communicated to the fourth Russia undoubtedly believed she .
salient fact contained to attack from sea the northern
The second of these collateral matters ulation-the race of the Servians also Sir Edward Grey by the German avnbassador in many had the backinf of France in this,
the White .
f- Paper. Russia
stood coast of France and asked about
: is: How came it about that Ger -some of it added in recent year July 24, 1914-a note that aside as England was willing to the of and possibly jot; England also. The
I Germany respecting
many invaded Belgium if she did not This constituted, to say the least, a called out from Sir Edward, not a denial stand aside purposes White Paper contains a dispatch
except to see that the Belgium. 'Germany suggested that if
desire war? ,The White Paper show highly inflammable anti-Austrian ma but an expression of sympathythe demonstration showing thatth l e French Ambassador
against Servia would remain
was not England neutral she
that Germany told England she wouldnot terial to anyone disposed to start a German Ambassador, referring carried at St. Petersburg was urging the
too far
the flame would not would stay out of Belgium. But Russia
mobilize against France if fire within'the Austro-Hungarian to that earlier "solidarity" of 'Russia, France and
England promise, says, "It was have spread to fig
Europe. England s was immovable she would not accept
'r,: would assure, the -neutrality o f, boundaries. Another fact-not so only owing to the far-reaching self no interest in it, as an "AustroServian the offered stipulation of Austria England, on fte,English Ambassador

fJ France in Germany's affair with Rus trite, but equally important-is that t restraint and moderation of the Aus there. Now :wry did France back
question, so Sir Edward Grey that territory would not be taken
sia. That shows she was not seeking Servia has been systematically distributing tro-Hungarian government, and to expressly declared. France's interestras from Servia makeno Russia? Why has England come to f
England yould
.' war with firebrands throughout this the energetic interference of back her finaHy for the Belgian mat-,
even France the
." her old enem;Y \ merely that of ally .of Rusisait assurances for France and with .
much less with little injammable matter. "It was a subversive Great Powers, that the Serpan ter is only ait excuse? On this matter :
..- Belgium tha provocation was put on that ground at the time respect to Belgium, professed to look
movement, says the Austrianforeign to which between Austria and Russia, Austria -
lay between Austro-an.ily the
them. The by French
White. Pape foreign office; so it was upon the suggestion as the offer of a
( f minister in one. of the dispatches was then (March was right an- Russia was wrong.
shows also that Germany asked England 1909)) exposed did Russia's interference, and Russia's interference bribe.
constituting the White Pa not lead For Austria to > surrendered to
to conflict. ave
: 1 if she (England) would r: roam assUrance alone that blew the flame War is hideous. The kaiser andhis

I' :, 0 neutral if Germany, in the event 01.. per, "intended to detach from Austriaa 'of good conduct in the.future which! from a matter concerning Austria and grandfather always ready, as the veto of R ssi'' would have meant
part of her empire, carried then the surrender of !her independence as
on by was given by the Servian '
war with France, would stay out f government : Servia alone, to a matter involving their situation demanded they shouldbe
organized societies in Servia, to which has not been kept. Und a great power\\ Why did France (and
Belgium. England professed to treat Servian Europe. And upon the sole reason ready, had it been averted for for
high officials, including ministers the at least with England finally: ):; virtually insist on
this the eyes tacit permission (at least such is the
as of
f offer of a bribe and de generals and purport the ty-three years. But, if put in his Tri-
judges; belonged, of official Servia the that surrender Because of the
clined to commit herself. The White and great White Paper) that there was a con place at the head of a nation, what
r resulting in the assassination of Servian propaganda has dition ple Entente? Ko dIy is bound to support
continuously of
Paper shows also that when opinion "at home" .that would you have done. What' couldAustria
Germany the heir to the throne and his It is on
wife another
increased in extension and ally ii a wrong-
could intensely; would not permit her to be tolerant
get none of these .Germany do? Let the
assurance as an individual mad deed of to its that American public
a account must be ground
set the that
I, : she asked for recent or even just, in such a dispute as this Servian government and the Servian
peaceful transit acros Guiteau or a Czolgosz, we might add, crime, the threads of which lead to abroad. opinion is excusing Italy from her
, r' the Belgian Group together, in your people go free, on her own wordagain
territory, offering to but of "an organized then
propaganda and Belgrade; an indictment that none o f mind, these three facts-the obligation to i Germany. Why
? That :
, compensate for any losses that might conspiracy" that developed itself in the Powers so much as question- the Slavs in presenceof would\ be to invite con did not Englapd end France let Germany
\ large numbers in Aus- tinued attacks. Servia would
follow. have
This Belgium refused. On several attemps, 'at several : neither the have* with Russia
canoe Le foreign offices nor embassies right, ; it out
tro-Hungary the
i 11 i ; systematic stirring ascribed the indulgence to fear of '
other fact in this nected ,
points several
connection th by ? :
f persons on of Russia, England or France of these Slavs by Servia against wrong 7
Y geography of the country. A look the same day; a statement of the Ser to which Servia practically pleadguilty tria-Hungary and the .Aus- i stirring up trouble in Europe. LetRussia's There was something else than the

4 Ii at that will show that for Germany vian attitude nowhere denied in this in her answer to the Austrian Servia in that; persistence of interference changethis?[ I I Triple Entente.. Europe the chief seat
even after solemn Servia
would have known then.that. !
1' to swing her forces solely on the English White Paper, either in the untimatum already stated. mises to it both pro of civilization is the chief seat of the
stop to Austria their
"' and indulgence due to fear '
i southerly bend through Alsace and London foreign office or the emb asNow i n view of this what was the Great Powers-and world old struggle; of the races also,
I have the fear of Rusisa. Besides
you there is
\' Lorraine, would leave her northern sies at Paris or St. Petersburg. On Austria-Hungary to do? Accept the staked out the especially eastern and southeastern
, war as a national self-respect to be main
t ( he
flank at,the mercy of a northern contrary Sir Edward Grey sayshe : word of Servia again? We must look! an immediate matter between Austria tained. Europe; the drawing of the races to
f' Germany and Austria bowing
army from either England or France. cannot help but look with sympathy at it not from the standpoint of those and Servia. Add the fourth gether by the concentric chords of

t t.= To keep out of Belgium, therefore on the basis of the Aastro-H an- who think the Austro-Hungarian eov -the determination of Russia fact to the yokeof Russia, on a mat modern life has.. only intensified that
for ter in which Germany and Austriawere
I; with garian complaint. And Servia practically ernment should be t truggle. Europe-also is the seat of
4.; England a possible enemy, destroyed, bu reasons of her own, that no military right and Russia would
i would have been military madness. admits the truth of it in ler from, the standpoint of Austria-Hun demonstrations should be made have been wrong the modern struggle of economic am
Germany and Austria already
.:., Now with all these facts in mine reply to the Austrian ultimatum for gary herself. What would"e c f stop Servia-and y u'will have the morally vanquished. Eventhough bitions; industry in our day has become -
J. though she calls whatever agitationtook America do the affair of individuals.ut
if not
:- what was, not the techinacl, but the despite a solemn promise lever that lifted it from an Austro- France and England had
t moral obligation of place "political"-that is toga y, to desist, some neighboring nation Servian question to of nation But as colors released ;-,
Germany to Eel a European ques come at once and openly to the side
something whose is the to-
i I object changeof continued to stir racial tion. from their-anchorage run
gium. up revolution Russia is the
-; By going across Belgium she great Slav coon of Russia, could Germany and Austria
? I government and not private mur- among our people-say of the ether, the races drawn out of their ,
L : Spin: try world. It is
was not forcing not impossiblethat have let the
'; war on Belgium fo matter on Servia's
.. : ; rdsr i I she offers to dissolve the Narrodna among the Porto Ricans go isolations are ineiging and industry
or that
: Philippines -
although Belgium great race demanded of its word? Not unless
6 was no du : Odbrana they were ,
a revoluionary society ? Would we accept that no longer a matter! of small spheres
1ation's government that
; to Germany to grant her transit, she and no Slav anywhereshould willing to bow their necks to the -
every society be word
may again? It is
a just aid be
punished, even if he were yoke of Europe. The fact that Eng- (Continued ,on Page 7)).


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1ii Noma inspect A Pensacola dispatch says: Reports I i.
: urdoubtedly have been worth considerable were made here today by a railroad Dcnnellon-Advocate. uplifting influence, and on be- r

I.t, 'expected-the jury on the case money had Scott had the pres- conductor and engineer of the murder Estero-American Eagle. yr half of.the American plowmenI 'General Insurance

i""tr Q Mrs : McGowan, the PenS3coaI e'.1ce.'of, mind to capture it alive.- of Zaek Wheat and the placingof ,Eau GallieRecord.s, want to thank those engaged
w.- shot and killed J. Leon in these high for their
gmttn who Gainesville Sun. his body'' on the railroad track Eustis-Lake Region. callings
v; man who able and efficient service and I -
., a prominent young near Cottondalc early yesterday Fellsmere Tribune. '.
her daughter, returned a ver- B. A. Smith 'shipped Friday four morning, so' that the eastbound train Fernandina-News, Record. shall offer to the press a series oi 1 represent none but .FIRSTCLASSompanies 't

Ma} The chief defense hl""S to Tarpon Springs and received, '1\ articles on co-operation between
,.of not guilty. s, would mangle the body. The train Fort Myers-Press. .., and will ba constantly on the
,1 :.:....:.1::. 'accused woman was the un- 11,1 2 cents a pound for the porkers, Fort 'Meade-Leader. these important influences and
',:j-$ WICI. struck the body and hurled it from alert to promote your interestg. Qou-
law. according to a report'made in the the farmers In the hope of in- .
Fort Pierce News and St Lucie
i f the track,- but it was not mutilated,
This ntee courteous treatment to all patrons.
Brooksville Argus. is perhapsnot I Tribune creasing the efficiency of all by \
',,. :.p61k county lath try said-oil roads. but the and an examination revealed the fact mutual and A well written< tlntaclaue '
very remarkable, Argus 'understanding or- polity by a
<' 'the eommis- that the man* had been shot in the Fort Lauderdaje-Herald, Sentinel. ..
t a'meetingjof I county
,, tells more about Smith and his hogs Groveland 'ganized effort. We-r ill take up, agent in a first-class, company some .
last ,week it'was 'decided toT head by some one who was behind v"
Eo reports that he has 10,000 poundsof first church.
.' .Gainesville-Sun. mea means much in base of loss firs
,_Vfor bids for the construe- him and the body was then draggedto t by
pork to be placed on the market
sections of the railroad track and placed cross GracevilleAdvertiser.Green The Farmers Are Great Church
ft'of. five quarter-mile short while, and this is certainly in- B. t. RICHARD :>, Starke. .Ra
h' .Builders. ,
: ; Toil sands road, similar to theEustis the' ties. Wheat'lived at Cottondaleand Cove Springs-Clay County
teresting., Florida pork is as fine as, {
The American
1riDle farmer is the
road. : had been at the Marianna fair on .
i raised anywhere and it would
F' "&[ifr 'i '< i .i iii'Bewsre any Saturday, staying'there, until a late HavanaNews.High greatest church builder the world r. .
. of one Dr. J. D Cooper, seem that those who undertake it'I hour. A coroner's jury examined the Springs-Advocate. has ever known. He is the cus- FCAS'SELL'S

.' .- ""i'claims Valdosta, Ga.-as his home. make a success of stock raisin The body and found it'cold, so the mur- Homestead-Enterprise./ todian of the nation's morality; ;

"?Ja bad check artist according to very best way to meet the high cost' der had evidently been committed several Inverness-Chronicle., upon his shoulders rests the "ark Famous Indian' .RemedyFOR

iIi (formation ,that comes.from' Palat- of'living is to raise the things needed hours before. : Jennings-Herald. of the covenant" and he is more INDIGESTION

aheie"a1' local physician .was at home and Florida- is the placeto Jacksonville-Times-Union, Dixie, responsive to religious influences -, 4

I for $20. Cooper also put* one :raise all kinds of things; >Jackscnville The_,Daily Tropical Sun acknowledges Metropolis, Florida Staats-Zeitung, than any other class of citizen- GUARANTEED, : CURE '

{ %91ac a physician at Hastings,the bthlJfer'Jiy Times-Union. with thanks the receipt of a State;.Floridian. ship.The 75 CENTS AND $1 v

( '" '- generous slice of one of the juichst Jasper-News, Banner of Liberty. farmers of- this nation ,
'; \ Light' shipments of strawberriesare
I 9KJif! H. and, best tasting watermelons it has Key West-Citizen Journal. have built 120,000 churches at. a Manufactured by The T. A. Cosself's ,
.as' being made from this section, and ,
handed a emI I
Messenger Medicine
ijTW Co Fla.
Arcadia 4 ,
# been our good fortune to set our I Kis'simmee-Gazett'J, Journal cost of $750,000,000"and the an- _
I of'them in factXottbesVwere in a short time berries will be moving 3
rajthisaweek; .two teeth in for a long time. Accordingto Lake Butler-Star, Times. nual contribution of the nation For Saijl1'p b
The earliest
and forward at a lively rate.
: .rea1lemo were
accurate measurements made witii toward all 'church institutions* J. C. i
City-Index, Citizen-Reporter.
I 'the nicest, ones we, ever saw.f They Berries.seem to come from Kathben, RKrER
rule the whole approximates $200,000,000
eight miles north of here Mr. W.-.W. our composing melon Lakeland-News, Telegram. per t
J:; wefched a pound and a half apiece ,
The farmers of the Unit-
I have
' p must been about 2 feet long and. Lake Worth-Herald. annum
..measured fifteen inches' in cirV Keith having sent us a sample on November -
j. il'rtd. over 8 inches in diameter. We were! ed/States build 22 churches perday.

; ) 'oiaYerenee.1 ,They were grown on the 14. Three days'later Mr. J. told it weighed 30 pounds and haveno LargoSentinel.LeesburgCommercial. There are 20,000,000 rural +++++ 1111111111111CHURCHES. ff4rif' tf
:;John Matthews place and to him we L:.Haralsoin, of Galloway, wag exhibiting '
| the
i church communicants on f
doubt it was at least that heavy.It '
Live Oak-Democrat.
. _indebted for the treat Malone a quart of, fine ripe berries of -
;2 farm and 54 cent of the total f ff
}. "> the Raul- was raised by W.. E. Keen in the Loughman-News. per ,
missionary variety. Henry tf
.i.v r;
,,, backyard of his residence in the city, membership of all churches, reside -- +
Baker Stand-
, : ; recn, of the Lake Parker section, Macclenny- County .
. J'i'J'4)' broom'factory is .the latest ':Ist outside of the..city limits, had in ,our sandy soil and without ferti-, ard, Baker County Times. I in the country. BAPTIST Rev. 'W. A Fer..\ t y- ;

, t,Fi. (area'tO Bartow, according to the some nice berries today, and ship- lizer but, as there are more melonson Madison-Enter prise-Reeorder, The farm is the powerhouseof fk relL, Sunday school, 9S-A. 'P -*. r'lfe T>i>1

;ji1 1e fcL: 'The".paper ;tells that L. L nents north from Lakeland,,Kathleen, the vine, for their safety,.we won't. Marianna'Times-Courier, all progress and the birthplace f M. Morning service, 11:00; f ff

si >W Ud his"'son have started a fac- Galloway and Griffin will 'soon to: of tell exactly whore Mr. Keen lives. It: Miltoa Star. .; : of all that is noble. The Gardenof I evening service, '7:00..; Visitors +

fj jw7.told will use straw: from their frequent occurrence.-Lakeland Telegram was Mrs. Keen who remembered the: Monticello-News. ; Eden was in the country and f cordially invited to' ', worship tf
k 'nearby.. The Pikes are said to newspaper men and brought the sun-I Manatee-Record. the man who would' get close to with us; ft F

4i Jbi experienced in broom making, andaianyonewonld pie'to our office for our delectationand Melbourne-Times."n God must first get close to na f

J j know the material West McLeod, proprietor of the we fully apreciate the courtasy. Miami-Metropolis, Herald. ture. + CHRISTIAN itey.- Ltrnest' 'Lt

!\\1, Jt grows in Florida, must be as good Callahan Bargain House, was shot Just think of fine ripe melons almost Modello-Tropical Breeze. The Functions of a Rural Hcase, pastor. Services on .

i iqlhe'b., st iuyherer-Sanford Her )nd badly injured last Friday after- Thanksgiving lime and then wonder Noma-Record.iS "T,' Church.If Ie morning t and .evening of'each ff

,''"''\.t teen by J. Q. Whittemore, a local real what Florida sand will produce next. New Smyrna-Breeze, News. the rural churches today are second and,lcurth Sunday of ,.ff

: \40 estate man. The trouble occurred -Palm'Beach Sun. Ocala-Banner, Star. going to render a service which the month. v ,t't
., i.re.nearlY: : a acres about 4:15 o'clock the S. A. L. tI '
this demands there must be .
Orlando Orange County Citizen, age ,
vif'fine"strawberry plants setout in crossing, almost in front of Mr. Mc- A broo/n<< factory is the latest en- between the 'reli f EPISCOPAL-Rev. W. M.. Bd ff
.. |Jhfcer'county: this year and"some cf terprise to be launched in the South Florida Sentinel, ReporterStar. -J
Leod' store. Both shots took effectin'McLeod's city, social and economic life Moulin, priest incharge.: Sun itf .
I gious,
? |fce plants! are in full bloom. If the left L. L. Pike and son, Luther, having
thigh, one rangingup' Palatka-News Times-Herald The of the community. day school, 9:30 A. M. Morn, ff
;|t.SMson stays right the berries will be installed ,
recently hand
. and the other down. His condition machinery for attain
jmdy Item. The church to its fullest ing prayer and pennon; 11:00. .
; ;for market just after' ChristIf the
manufacture of that useful and
which has been serious
mir : say PalmettoNews.Plant measure of success must enrich f o'clock. Evening prayer and ,ff
a success is made this year he least, has caused no little anxiety.He indispensable article. Luther Pike in the '
the. lives of the people sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir ref
is destined become City-Courier. ;
: 1 Ji-Bafcer county to at1' was exhibiting of the brooms
was taken to his residence'over one on
Punta Gorda-Herald.: 'community it serves ; must f hersal, Saturday 3:30 P. M. ff
strawberry county.-M a c tIe n n tho
y his store immediately after the shoot- streets Monday and soliciting or- thoughtand :
build character; develop ff
!i Panama CityPilotPensacolaJournal .,
r" ". ing, ,where Dr. W. X-Brewster. made ders of the local merchants, and had News. increase the efficiency of METHODIST; Rev. B. T. tf

T 4tSer ial avacado- ors alligator' pear examination of the wounds. He little trouble in disposing of quite a Perry-Herald. human life. It must'serve the Rape, pastor. Sunday school tf

I, f *e|%.asve ,fruited in Daytona this was taken to Jacksonville Friday and number. Mr. L. L. Pike formerly Quincy-Times. social, business and intellectual, at 9:45 A. M. Morning ser'P

% :/,.tutJumD1 r, among them trees owned -! placed in Dr. N. W. Francis', sanitar- owned a broom factory in the west Raiford-Tribune. as well as the spiritual and moral f vice, 11:00 o'clock; evening ff

k> II",Geo. H. Clark and F.D. Spring.\ iumw -Callahan Leader. and consequently has had years of St Andrews-Buoy.X" side of life.' If religion does not service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior -f i if

p;Y.S Tk latter bas had 48 pears, the last Sam Fackler, the well-known experience in the business and thor St ugustine-Record, Flo rid a make a man more'capable, more Epworth League,;Sunday 4:00 f'f '

i:4of which fell from the tree Thursday peripatetic oughly understands every part of it Farmer and Homeseeker. useful and more just, what goodis P. M. Senior Epworth League, ff
'!of:list week and journalist of Florida, has acquired It is hoped that a factory may soon I We want practical religion '
?i : weighed,two and a the St Cloud-Tribune. it? a Sunday 7:15 P. jlj; Visitors f
fi.1,biit pounds,'while a pear from one ,Gallie Record and has be established here. The soil in this St Francis-Florida Facts. one we can live by and f cordially invited jo attend. f
|,ofc'; Mr. ,Clark's trees weighed,even out a beautiful boost edition vicinity is well adapted to the grow farm by,.as well as die by. 4. ; ff
ff ''' 'II by way.of a starter in his field. Sop hoppylrgus.StarkeTel .
new ing of broom
t', J.rasore.; The fruit has, been very fine. corn as" W. J. J. Whid- Fewer and Better Churches. PRESBYTERIAN-No regular f, af
yam is a quaint old fellow linked to den had quite a' lot of it grapn:,
= '
vu Daytona Gazette-News.. year, l lf
pastor.Sunday school +
s the fast-fading days of hand'compo but Sumterville-Times. Blessed i is that rural communitywhich at

ty[1 4 ? i' week will see the sale of the sition, G. Wash hand presses'and- being it was unaccustomed planted almost to too its thick culture St Petersburg-Independent has but one place of wor- f 10:00 A. M. fff

"j ttrgt 8trawberris of the season. Ripe other forms cf simple,life in Florida and did not head well However b.3 Times. ship. While competition is the +

f ;;bm.r i-1 have been reported.for some print shops, but youcan't keep him will plant more this year and with, Seffner-Eagle. life of trade, it is -death starvationto to the fffffJ 1III +f4rff 4

d;tare;'but; Saturday it is expected that down and he will bob up unexpectedly last year's experience feels sure he Sanford-Herald, Growers News. rural church and moral Best Cough Medicine for Children.

r }!:!!oog)
V< } ;.of the first refrigerator." Beraia'aie wishes are with him in his latest venture. isr-Informant Sf.'IlD1erneld-Chronicl'J. is a scourge church blightsthe Pittsburg one of my children had a a '
life and prejudicesaps
somewhat earlier this year .-Lakeland News. Mr. Fackler Tallahassee-True Democrat hard cold and coughed,dreadfully. Upon -

6Wdfprmerlyand the crop was nevlltbetter will ,be remembered by many of the Jacksonville.-The sending of a Tampa-Times, Tribune, Free press the vitality of over-churched many com- the advice of a druggist purchased -
: condition.: By ThanksgivPlant citizens of the northern end of the white woman to serve a/term in the and Florida Grower. munities. crime a bottle of Chamberlain's,, Cough

{!r City should be .able to sup- ounty, as he at one time conduced a state prison is one of the unusual oc- Tarpon Springs-Leader, Progressive. community serious is a handicap against to. Remedy and it benefited him at once. i .

S I the northern markets paper in Alachua. The. curences in the state such religion, a A
' li P.f with several : Sun also congratulates record be- and useless tax I find it the best cough medicine for
society' a upon
erators of fine berries our friend of ing made, however, after- Tavares-Herald. t
.ij. '#> at from long ago.- Saturday children because it is pleasant to take. '

;;t.t T.cents to one dollar per quart netI Gainesville Sun. noon in the criminal court of record Titusville-East Coast Advocate. agriculture.While denominations are essential They do not object to taking it,"

1irgrower..-Plant City Courier.' when Mrs. Annie Walker, with Vernon-News.
a writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer
: A West Palm Beach and pride com-,
says number of aliases, was sentenced to .Wauchula.-Florida Advocate.. ot City, Pa. This remedy contains no
the teaching
[berry,growers are rejoicing. Of JohnAshely, alleged murderer of De mendable, high
serve a term of five in the West Palm Sun.,
state Beacb-Tropical
years opium or other narcotic, and be
Soto universal Christianity must may
: B.a.few of the farmers have Tiger, an Indian, on trial for his pre-
bad luck with their,strawb3rrynee life, escaped last night'as he' be- prison on a charge of uttering for- Winter Haven-The Chief. vail if the rural church is to fulfill given to a child as confidently as to ;,

l ( 4 but the majority have ing taken from the courtroom was to his gery.the The sentence pronounced dur- Winter Garden-Times. its .mission to agriculture. an adult Sold by all dealers. ? 1
ing early afternoon the Williston-Courier.- -
, .'rewarded with cell by Deputy Sheriff upon We frequently have three or
prolific/plants/ Bob Baker, pen handsome Zolfo-Truth. VNIdO MNWJMNIBO
young woman might have
laid these of the four churches in a community
l same plants have now beti sheriff,of this county. Posses -
''to been avoided by her as she had, it is which is not able to adequately
| bloom profusely. It is likely are searching for the fugitive
but alleged, been given a chance at a Virginia is the tenth state to outlaw Small
Iafew: berries, will be ripe for can fire no trace of him. support congrega-
If break Ashley madea previous occasion, when she was triedin whiskey. One may now travel in tions attend services once a
At for
any rate the liberty at
'li jail Joor this court on similar charge line from the national fail
mtmas holidays will find while the officer a and a straight cap- month and all to performthe r
d ? He was turning the ock. was convicted. This was early daring otal to the gulf without passing a religious functions of the
ffiiluscioaairaft for the familyta-.I was not handcuffed I
;q !: ,;and': caravansaries. instantly in and disappeared the summer when Mrs. Walterwas single legalized saloon. See your pro- community. The division of religious MNUQ( '
' 'f I darkness.The arrested and tried and convicted hibition map. forces and the breakinginto I _

i a' 1 deputy fired at the prisoner at he I t on the same charge. At that time, fragments' of moral effortis now To Give Quinine To ChlI4t a. "
. .j I went over the fence in the 1 t TIle Guinlna That Doss Not Affect. The Head
4 rear of the
Thompson i Judge James less than
i J of Sutherland A. Peeler vied ofttimes a ca- Elathetrademuknamegiventoaimproved
was Because tonic
jail. Sheriff. BakerJs, of its and laxative effect LAXATIVE Quinine. l1i1a Tut!le...Smp.plc_
,tA 't'riday and-left at1 the' the prostrated over sentence in' her case on the express BROMO QUININE better than ordinary : lamity and defeats the very purpose ant to take and does not du-arb the ctomach.
affair and'under a Quinine and does not cause nervousness nor I Children take it and never know it U Quinine.
F r veto office,,just to show that He has physician'scare. condition that she leave Jacksonville.This ringing in head. Remember the oil name and they seek to promote.Get Also especially adapted to adnlta who cannot

\; .erland iin the front rank, a OW for offered a reward of SL Mrs. Walker is said to have fail- look for the iignature of E. W. GROVE. 25c. cautenervoufncsaaorringiacintbebead.take ordinary Quinine. DOM not baoaeate'Try nor, ;

c'" .< grapefruit with twelve, of' believed Ashley, dead or alive. It is ed to do and shortly afterward an- Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a year. our prices for printing and we it the next time you need QiiniM tor tmj POT--
that Ashley Auk for 2'ounce origins pwkare. Tkt
was picked I pos
:/ ""!"r".:, 't, up other check for |150 appeared andS zuoL og'Jt-qda.L8alit ayl psaut will get your orders. name F ; &lUJCa it blown In bottl6. U "

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c:"'t :J**Jia ',; 'T.pI A psychologist'has just discovered" I THE FLORIDIAN'S CREED. THE: :BIG DOG GETS THE *". "itHSme.' %+

). : that "most soldier are liars. Had
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d;1.. ,_ 0' he' gone 'a iittte'deeper teethe Subject William Fremont- Blackmail, presi- :1 BONE. THE :

.:; Ji:IMaI 'aad, 'Leaf Distaaee Phone he would have discovered that all dent of Rollins College, Winter Park FL'ORIDiJPRES.SttC
i ;. 't. ? ;", ;, .&' I(is passing strange that there isnot" ,
!; \. Naaber ..,. 'of the,.war,eorrespondents are. liars. Ffc, has written the following creedand t, ,
1-- C a mow fraternal spirit prevailing 'fk, ;;:<
.", Amen who'is'91 eoveD t for Floridians, and HeM+We tt ik.;":-c
Georgia years the farmers and the consumers -

k "Psilisbed'wee ", tad .catered astttnt old attributes his long life:to'the fact it is worth pasting in JOur hat among, and between>> the two classes. Infection from handing money has!.whit w
elaw.utter .at the. pMt.ffcrt that.he spentmucl1 of his time BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of Because .of their lack of organization cost an army paymaster!: his arm. This*party'-.b cakBaiai '-..

Starke, Florida.E. : .- the "open and fathomless sky, of lambent doesn't bit ,
each year digging potatoes. Quit sowing they are being. daily plunderedby ,scare us a -Tampa Trib- -
stars, of mountainous opalescent :
r wild oats, JOang'man. and grow soft the robber middlemen and trusts une. The fact that'the
8. Matthews,, :Bt aad Owaer potatoes. clouds, of benignant airs, of incessant scientifically PICKED TO THE urer .Bradford

P. E.. RoWM .. Associate Editor 'summer, of unstinted md vivifying Sulzer he county n
; MARROW._ says made Roosevelt sent cigarette smoker
Th Telegraph has received several sunshine, of responsive and and *
and BuliMIa Haaager Did you ever throw a bone out to look: like thirty cents," but the pro- er. wffl jjfford the
copies of speech delivered by f .CUnd soil. mora&
.' I a little dog and then watch"a dozen cess was not-original with r-1 grounds !for teaching fine '
Senator Gore upon the cotton situa I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, laved on
Friday November 27 1914. it? And did Tampa Tribune. the youth of
big dogs
.! pounce upon you the '
affllvi ...,., ... ,. tion. 'We expect to understand the every hand-cooled and warmed and stn .
take note of the little fellow's pained Times-Herald,
cotton situation thoroughly'after we cleansed and fed and decorated by '
', look he watched his meal fade The Methodist church is showingan i
.The devil, has heeD unchained ,in read all of them.. the azure and teeming waters of the increase another
reason why we| Jacksonville soda
:: Mexico again. A tropic seas, and by"countless and fount i
Miss, Doris. Louise Henn half applied sparkling .lakes and streams. The consumer and ,the farmer ain re should plantmore.hensr-Florida Me- adopted the sanitary driukj"

.. What has become of the oM-fash- to the superior court of Cali I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land odestretching f much the same position as the lit tropolis. and it is proving popular. .'

r ; ': ioned Woman who wore shawls? fornia for.permission to change her wi and m.v ao lj, of tle dog and its master. not expect to see before fengtj

'f" .' name because her friends call her limitless open < THERE ARE TOO'' MANY BIG Since a natural soap tree has been in the hotels and salutary tiii'\

:: ,. There is only one Tom Watson, but "chicken.Why doesn't she get married green prairies and glades, DOGS AROUND. found near Ocala, that section has sheets and pillow cases
cf dense'and S
vine-hung ham k3
of ;
i t one'at a time is enough. ? : In other words, instead of having not been infested by tramps. Palat- burned a 'ter one using?,
mysterious bays and swamps, all in
----.- farm take short cut from ka Herald. Reporter tar.
products a
The peace' dove is hovering over Thursday: of last week was adver their various forms lovely and fruit .
the either -
the to
I Mexico looking for a spot on which ful; the land of fragrant pine and producer consumer > "" "
tised Ladies' Day at the Gainas-
as It is claimed
the retailer that artist -
direct or via they pass a Chicago Florida:;now wants a big
to alight. Mlle fair and the announcement cans mourning cypress, of mossdrapedoak through the hands of numerous middlemen has painted a picture more sensational winter tobrists, but: worse'thma

Luke M'Luke thinks ed so' many men to attend that day. of waxen magnolia, of comely slice abhor than "September Morn." Lead '
says every girl all of whom off us to big crop of permanent -

I 1<,' she has two good reasons for buying that you couldn't see the ladies forthe I palm,and of of regal shy poinciana and brilliant, of 1amingvine orchid. mal profits and boost the price sky it.-Pensacola News. I know how to make' the sort T,

i 1, silk.stockings.Uncle menIt I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA, land of high before the consumer,. ever'gets a forth an abundance. The aon'i

1 all depends upon circumstance s. the and pomelo and taste. Noah was six: hundred years old part industry and iatd
Sam would better let weD orange spicy
Middlemen will have their poundof before he knew how to build an ark.Don't are applied to it ;,
J enough alone and continue to attend If a woods cow is killed on the railroad kumquat, of peach and pear and persimmon intelligently
flesh, whether the producer and your grip, advises Fra ElMetropolis. Banner "
the xlares she
? owner was a and
to his business. loquat, of pine-apple and
bertus.-Miami '"
registered Jersey but if the Germans the retailer getanything or not. And I .
guava and mango and avocado; of J;;

} George B. Stallings has resigned sink a..British ship, the British claim corn and cotton and cane and cattle, often produce junkets around from Instead of starting a

, t the position of editor and manager of I the vessel was obsolete anyhow., and cf whatever else is anywhere one big dog to another until the price No, Lillian, it is not possible forthe to go" away across the sea too '.?

the Bronson Times-Democrat borne of trees the'soil mounts so high the robbers must get old-fashioned "Mexican crisis" t immigration from among-people
or by
I ': a General Winter will soon take command cf the earth. grown their additional plunder by loppingoff be compared to a cat. Cats have only speak a different language, sod"
, ... I Lakeland is soon to have a gas of the battling armies in En- I BELIEVE IN the legitimate profits that are due nine lives.-Pensacola News. have ,tastes and ideas differentour
FLORIDA home of
I plant Orlando Sentinel. Lakeland rope. A day or two after we wrote I creatures the farmer. own, why not try to fare'i

\ has had a newspaper for years. this we saw practically the Same the strange saurian, curious and beautiful Too much big dog and not enoughbone The Russians fight the Germans as thousand good Americans from:

--.- thing in the Tampa Tribune, but we monster, the gliding if they considered them mere men. North?-Tarpon Leader. -
The Kaiser will not find Paris in reptile, the darting dainty lizard, 3
are not going to throw it The French and
away. The average farmer is keen upon English seem to con-
I his stocking Christmas morning, nor the aquatic manatee, the egret in w-
S the from his sider them demigods.-Times-Union. Farm and Fireside
big dogs
i, will the Czar find Berlin in his. I The Florida Metropolis asks if a snowy nuptial array, the roseate chasing away is the a -, '
of habit --' for the
: little one but through force stefestnen that under
\ A "Buy-a-Bnll" movement has been nation with a sane head can engage spoonbill the exuberant mockingbird he just about lets the middleman and An exchange mentions a fellow marketing;Conditions: of farmc,
'i war. Yes, a nation with a sane the flame-like, flute-like cardinal

\ .' started; and it is a' good ,one. Buy a the trusts rob him of even the socks that was "shot at'the front" Won costs $7,000000,000{ to get $6L..r
ead or several sane heads can have wood-pecker with ivory billand
bull and start a herd of cattle. he stands in. He has been soaked der if that was the man who was 000 worth' pf, farm products-
war, but nation with the humming bird with
fo- a many sane ruby
< and gouged and fleeced so often and "wounded in the fraeasT"-Tampa consumer=the handlers ?'
': A woman looks at the silk stock heads will not go to war except in throat, the painted butterfly sipping Times. ..
". > so much he would feel lonesome if thousand coition more. than the
in the show windows but extremities. nectar in winter days. a
ings a man ducers.
didn't hand him anotherwallop. -
some one -Cljrpley Banner.
looks I BELIEVE IN FLORIDA land of .
at them on the show women. ,
Editor Adams of the Zolfo I Paragraphers can go back to the
J SpringsTruth romantic legerd and adventurous history ... ,. Balkan .r <""-
I 1 The Teutons and the allies, love has the sympathy of the Telegraph of to-vps the most ancient and And be Will continue to oe gouge war days and dig up some of Champ auk says "This eonfora

/ I each other so well that they ,are try in the loss of his plant by,,fire the re vest, of swiftly-growing cities, and fleeced and swindled and plus their witticisms for use in the present ed war has: unjointed the eoantq' -

.. ing to send each other's souls,to heav- Tuesday, and we hope the Truth will of forms a-d orchards, and of wide dered until someone comes along witha trouble now that Turkey is in Champ's mistaken. It's one of i

1 : \ 'en. soon rise from its ashes. The loss of and inviting solitudes still awaiting sane plan for kicking the buzzards it-Tampa Tribune. greatest g -together causes that"i|

that paper would be irreparable to man's coming.I into the discard and marketing his er happened to this country .1fi

: '.:. The only difference between a kleptomaniac Zolfo Springs. BELIEVE IN products without trebling and uad- Parliament member says Englandwill wonderful success of the fll-* '

; and a thief is that one is a w FLORIDA, magnet rupling their cost to the consumer. later on collect its war expense buy-a-bale ;movement proves il4)r)
}' ;. t, rich thief and the ether-is a pooro ;when he decided to quit the liquor and meeting place for men and worn- Down among the Florida fruitgrow from the' German emperor. Indications lando Reporler-Star.

; f;' thief. business the Czar of Russia made a en of the North and the South, the rs the big dog got the bone fora are that he will not be able to "':;j

; tentative offer to President Wilson' East and the West, and countries over his
good many years, until some fellow pay own.-Tampa Tribune. Inquiry made as to what bash]
Men who teach school for sea Americans alL
$320 blended
aYeal.can'show one
to of his
: surplus vodka at
a with brains advanced the idea cfa come of the thrifty woman who midas
statistics to prove that discount to wholesale dealers' in the I and indissoluble and free people. ]I It has been J
: fruit growers' organization. Of suggested that it wit to roll paper lamplighters fir order'
.. a high school education is worth $1 0 I believe in her boys and winsome
United States. Now eager '
if the the
vodka course, like everything else new, prevalent "foot and mouth disease save: matefr f9' Well, just now she i'
j ; a day were grape juice, he could sell it readily jirls, in her schools and collegesher _" that killed the b i
raze poo-hooed at first but now the -moose par economizing >y buying one of tiw

"I Charlie Schwabehas' a Germanname to the state department -institutions churches of of divers faiths, in her members of that organization are ty-running about the country and fancy china:lamps offered at a sad

and Charlie loves his grandt An explanation of the remarkable and in her philanthropy press, the voice and mercy and gating good prices for their fruit, talking too much. Tampa Times. fice sale fog; only 511.9S-OrlaadoSentinel.

t: fatherland, but oh, you, 100,000OOC their crops are marketed by the organization i J
celerity movement displayed by the the instructor of her common mine v
.. contract! they are sure of theirmoney Trouble; with most of the Demo "j
German in its rush and
towardsParis' will.
i. army and the consumer gets his cratic theories is they don't work cal Hats off to the Florida SupWcourt
:: Old Boras and in its subsequent retreat: IN FINE, I BELIEVE IN FLOR :
'' intervened in the fruit at reasonable price. -Detroit Free Press. They seem to Last week it rendered dais-
; European war and will drive the Teu has been found. More reserves answered IDA, the commonwealth old Fret MANY LITTLE DOGS CAN LICKA have worked out a goOd many Rep'1&- IOns'' in fiv->I', murder eggs appealed

:' tons and the allies into their holes the first call for soldiers than young, unformed as yet, but palpi licns all
until BIG ONE, and in like manner right.-Tampa Tribune. from lower ccurts, and sustained ti
1 spring. were needed and the question of: tant with energy and faring forth in- *
t CONSISTENT ORGANIZATION, lower courts:in each case., It is iifi
choice was settled by foot to the future with ;
races. high hope and swift
r k ; I CAN DO WONDERS FOR THE The Clearwater Sun thinks that time to stop;treeing criminals on tho
-v: Hagenback has some elephants to step; and believing thus, I COVE-
'' selL The The county treasurer "graft" has FARMER AND THE CONSUMER. newspapers should be excused for technicalities of law.-Wauctula! ,M-:
Republican party needs NANT with all her citizens of like
Middlemen and trusts the BIG writing cock and bull, stories in describing vocate. .
{ been put to sleep forever and a day ; are 4If ;
: The
new one. old one is almost hors mird to give myself to her service,
t 7 in Florida. Commissions to that DOGS. the poultry and cattle exhibits '
de combat.s paid a man's'pet ;
"\ mind and heart and hand and dog (pedigreed, d
; purse
r official for They are hungry-ravenously hungry at a fair.-Miami Metropolis. '
paying out'
% receiving course) .
to explore and develop her hidden resources hapfens to be out late at
L 10 i i. 'Edison has discovered that we are raoney will, after 1916, be appropriated to celebrate her -and will continue to gobble everything night he'll rate thunder about it la!!,;

f' too rich. He is the only one who has by the county commissioners to truthfully, to win worthy citizens praises for in sight until'the farmer If the grower will not eat green oranges go out andlvralk' himself to deati] U-

iJ, : discovered it. The rest of us haven'tfound advance the cause of good govern- arises in his might and thunders a' he ought not to expect the find the m'td
her void to till her fields g1 one so that no haia.can .
spaces to :
it out "NO!" "other fellow" to eat them. A Floridian
yetElectriquettes ment by the "men of mflooence" in mighty -
come ur tfte missing animal gUTyou )
. \ keep her politics to make >
: 1 pure, more
I S the precincts.-Palatka News. With the right kind of organization orange is fit to ship only when don't
: or motor chairs will efficient her schools, to strengthenand it is I rvjoften find hfardiasB :
t ;. among the farmers the big tog palatable to Floric&ans.-Ocala
; ."', be used at the Panama-Pacific-Expo A hue and a cry has been raised unify her churches, to cleans will cease to exist But until such Banners around theth ri to find out where?

; ; sition. "No pushee; no pullee, but go about the fire at the State Reform and sweeten her social life, and thus an organization is an accomplishedfact his son or laughter, do ycat 'Afl4

like hollee allee samee." School, in which 10 lives were lost, to make her in full fact what she is you know,:; times that son or;
to will continue to get the bone. The Atlanta Georgian that
human says daughter mh; be in a darnsite worse .
and by right and Divine
.' an investigation has been ordered. power,
. Buerta and Diaz have democracy should not be a one-man th1. 'the pedigreed
one goodtlJing the company dog.AadThat
It is no use to lock the door now the !
to their credit They left Mex horse has been stolen. ; QUEEN OF FARMERSMNSTITUTE.A affair. The Georgian,is right, that's no diWnt! -"Thorn" in Pain
'Investigation COMMONWEALTHS
ico. Carranza, Villa et al miht one-maa affair might die. and then Beach Post i
j, ought to,be made before such things .
; profit by their example. Farmers Institute will be held .t '
take place and then they wcraldr -
I at Blair school house on Tuesday,
'" take place. .........................
The paragraphs of the Starke Telegraph December 1, from 10:30 o'clock a. m. .......... ..........NM"i

grow brighter with each is- If any silly youngster. imagines he "Will good times ever return?" inquired to 1:30 o'clock p. m. i;.

I 5 i. :sue., Robbins-if it is Robbinsis a would like to go to war, let him start a pessimist in speculating on Experts from the University of

:genius in short-lining.-Tampa Tri b- out before breakfast some cold, wet his Christmas expenditures.Of Florida will give illustrated talks on I Progressive Business Fines]In Starke i i
,":., !'. ne. morning, and dig a ditch in a swamp,, course they will. Why not? farming, trucking, fruit fertilizers, + ,.

-. J' then stand in it to his waist in I Here's the why of the will: plant-diseases live stock, forage crops t r,
: What has 1ccome'of the oldfash'ioned up water Readers of the
1. There is Telegraph will fipd it to their
": all day and night without just as much money in and dairying. ; '
oi -
man who used a rubber stamp anything
i. instead of printed stationery-Pen- to eat while all the other boy: the country now as there ever was. Rr. Coorge F. Babb will speak on i advantage to trade with the linns represented

2. The farmers have just harvested the subject of hog cholera control
in the
sacola News. A few of him still live neighborhood throw stones at in this direct ry.N .
r: :: in Starke. him. That's modern war*--Key Wss t one of the biggest crops in historyand Everybody is invited to attend es- :

...-. i.-: Journal. 3.are Federal selling reserve at good banks prices.have beenopened pecially the ladies. A day cannot be .......................... .......(..............."
: Germany has been reported to have i more profitably spent. Intelligent cooperation j

:' a shortage of lead- oil, petrol and ammunition I The story told by Colonel Roos- and millions of dollars of new will make farming pay and .......,................ ......... ................

, for three months, but she velt that.he had seen, plans of tw money will be placed at the disposal Florida more prosperous. It is time 4 I; .
powers to seize the cities of New of the banks of the REAL ESTATE. .. ,::flR iITURE. i
seems to worry along very,well vrilhi i country. for the farmers to get together. ;: .

,out them. York and San Francisco and hoi 4. The banks in turn will have ........................... .............M........."

than for a ransom, won't scare the plenty of money to loan to big manufacturing The special brand of head-ache

: :' The war has not hurt the business people of those cities a bit. They ar:!I and other industries for medicine that drove to insanity the 4 .

:' : of the paragraph canning factories.' so; used to being held who killed F.-
up by corrupnda' t operating capital. man W. Hinman should d COMER L. PEEK 4 i

7-- Some of the newspapers in Flo 'politicians and office holders thatthey 5. These concerns in their turn win be published for the benefit of head- ,4 FilRJOTUBE, .j

.( use the canned brand of paragraphs wouldn't know the difference. It start the wheels of commerce to revolving ache powder dopsters. There is very Florida Real Estate, Land aDd 4 sad almost anything else you i

'" exclusively. I I would be all in the nature of things. and millions of unemployedmen little of the stuff that is not highly .8 4 ; ,igW wantBULL .
-t: _____ I Timber Expert 4 f. i
Gainesville Sun.I and women will return to work. furious and some day civilized people 4 1"1EPARTIiENTe '
The man who thinks a business li
of1 6. Foreign governments are placing will see that its sale is prohibited. $ 3 years Experience at Stoke. .
.',;. cant get along without him will learn The other day 20 Russian soldiers, : I ; STORE. .
4 .
orders Miami
,: heavy for all kinds of supplies Metropolis. :
i f sooner or later that the business cannot who were Jews, captured one Aus- needed in prosecuting their .t..i. 8t.....

i only get along 'without him, but trian solder, who was also a Jew. war. The United States government !'
'I .' 7. Other orders for American made +MMMMMMMMMMMMDRY ........ ...t.......
in spite of him. t The prisoner He should
was a full
diplomat ap- goods are pouring in from all partscf provide a supply of rifles .' .
4 pealed thus to his captors: "You are the world. and ammunition for its people and GOODS. 4 KE3TISTS eily4ii
Not the Timessaid
t ago Tampa Jews. The Russians maltreat J ws. 8. The every able-bodied man should be 4MMMMMIMMMM. .

'. an editorial page without a paragraph .The Russians will give 20 men no financial situation has clarified taught the rudiments of drill and how ......... .iiiiit+NN '
column was like oysters with congress adjourned, banks
credit for capturing one man, but if to shoot straight. Then we would !dam
out pepper sauce. Somebody passthe ', are opening up their vaults, and gremanufacturing at f) ; .
'you would lay down and not need
your arms a standing and foreign
army '
1 sauce to the Times. industries are prepar.ing I. W. MORGAN rt.
I let me march you into the Austrian to nation would dare to attack .i :
open up again on an extensive VENTIST
As soon as a man begins to thank'camps I would become a hero. I scale, many,of them even now callirg,: Ocala Star. Headquarters for .

z God,that he doesn't have to go to,I would give you all the good wine you in employees who laid off Ltdiei Ready-to-Wear Goods, Edrrirdr Building i

:j: a school he has to start at the beginning could drink and you could become weeks were many: Great Britain has taken the em Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. f Upstairs1. over Post Office .
ago. bargo off naval stores and the 9 & .
Austrian soldiers and turpentine
; with ,his childrn and 'do the good Yes
? a work over again with them. 'I I treatment" The 20 Russian Jews that Christmas, you can dig down and spend business ought to look up .........

noney without any! once more. Of the .
[ course,
; ---e -' surrendered to the one Austrian Jew, .
b'' r Germany is getting a dose of'her who marched them proudly into the fear from.It of where. the next dollar is coming days of ninety cents a gallon may 0 CHARLEY TOM 4 .. THE TELEGRAPH i

own medicine. The Russians are levying .'' camp. is the not return in a hurry, but a good acthe Chinese Hand Laundry A JOB. PRINTING A SPECIALTY *
: ,I on way-and hitting t five movement at a remunerative *
}i fines and indemnities upon every ; I i_ -

'ji' German city they capture. It's a poor Get cur prices for printing and we high places. I price will soon put the business in tits Jefferson and Thompson Sts,. 'w. Best Adfertfcifig Medium of Tie ,

rule.that doesnt work both J forefront once more. Gainesville STARKE FLORIDA. < .
will .
.. .ways. get your orders. Read the Cdut,
Telegraph *
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Pjf:>fi 1,rtTs"tea _
:a Avaws.w. 9 -------.w

formerly of,Starke and i late'of'Grand

;" ;',. ::;. ,. Rapids; Mick; was united in marriageto ,
t : f Mr. J. F. SiegeL October 21 and
f; .' now resides at 6404 South Green.St, *,'t4Ud h.ti h.rl-.ld <

: Bits., f'L cal' Chicago_ ,HL Vats 'I 1JIIfP1"" ft flli

Mr. W. H. Caldwell, who bossed the .- ip ft actyour tools, ifsoU,4 11 alotlglt !

l i: .I lf rmatiOD job of building the new Starke schoolhouse *fart hJJJOU'II cm sr-' .'

and who is now superintendingthe *&sowti .; J
" ..... ,...tase ..afyR acorn wilt become a /irst clcus fae *t>
{ #i 'C; II ... construction of a new high.school eitver_ it .... ;_
,# .. .. ... hal-a dutnce.to f 1ce root! '
1 "
I building at Fort Pierce, was in town /ferfwYMLr>.,, --9 r>

this week shaking hands with his ,
.. I riends. .
iUY iDotbtoracoiw> 41 lanl dollar :
", Like a ,
L : LeritoL Mr. Walter WUkerson;of near ilk ; our anklo(

I .", : Butler;was in the county seat on business Hou., A. V. Long; of Starke, State wi1lgwwinto 7 : f r Il dasj; Wafer '

QoiUtmai novelties at Lane's. Saturday. Attorney for the Eighth Judicial Cir- f

? cuit was among Sunday evening's arrivals :/d we

i gygUP"CANS, Jones, Hardware. The ladies' of'Starke are invited to I at the White House and will brtan1V sent

__ __ the Christmas novelties f
S call and inspect remain here until,the criminal docket

Q ;lUdies, hats. Sternberg's.sale at Lane's.Dr. is. cleared by the circuit court.- :>'

Y -- Gainesville Sun. l

r at J. 0.' Haynes is spending the
sale of boys' clothing
/ -t Spedal,_ week in St. Augustine with his,daughter Cement sidewalks are being laid'on STARKE

Mrs. W. J. Grant. both sides of Eighth street from Wal- .

&W"1Z&Id mops. Jones i, nut street to Sanderson street These
walks close the last in the sidewalks W. A. BESSENT Jr.
Mrs. L. .;. wynn visited her sister, F S: PEDRICK
leading to the school groundsand DR. 0. L. HAYNES

} ,* Bargains in shoes at Stern Mrs. Tommie Finholster, in Jackson- will be a convenience in wet sea- Dentist .
last week.
ville, one day 0 FIREPROOF GARAGE
sons. -----
,: 'g's.', Mrs. W.. S. Graham attended- the Those 80. Hull Building.. ,. .

; |f Limburger cheese and sauerkraut national convention of the W. C. T St. Mark's Episcopal church Rev. STARKE, FLORIDA. ALL KINDS' OF AUTOMOBILE ,
r W. H. DuMoulin, priest in charge. AND GASOLINE
frtBrownV U. at Atlanta
First Sunday in Advent. Sunday
;!tf ;Turpentine chips for kindling.-: Mrs. R; H. Wiggins, of Lawtey, visited school will be held as usual at 9:45. '--r wherever exposed and many wa- ENGINE WORK. j
ter pipes had to be thawed out be- ,
f f ft a; Hardware. her sister, Mrs. S. L. Alvarez, The priest in charge requests every >
| fore the cooks could fill the teaket- WORK GUARANTEED
\t here Saturday.Mrs. teacher and scholar to be present
K i The weather is warm'enough to be j tles for breakfast Children played
next Sunday morning. Evening prayr *
Willis of Williston, visited delightfully with the first icicles they ; .
: i 'plegsantigaln D. B. and sermon next Wednesday evening I PHONE 103. STARKE. FLA
her son, Mr. B. C. Willis, and had ever seen. Many flowers that :

A.:p;_ I A big line of dress goods at I(wife this week.j at 7:30.-- were not covered were frozen and I CORNER WALNUT AND MADISON STREETSOnrWtandClockRuing: t.- .>

t ;Sternberg( 's.beautiful. I The four-year-old son 'of Mr. and tender vegetation in the gardens was .

'v' j Mr. Brucrt Davis, of Tampa, spent Mrs. J. C.. Keene, of Hampton, met nipped by the cold. The leaves on

'Ht -X.: assortment of Christi -( Thanksgiving day with his parents, with a serious accident last Saturday. some of the orange pees were frost- I

*">:*"44 i\a i. novelties, ___ij--at Lane's.-i l.----- (Mr. and Mrs.. H..E. Davis. The little fellow was sliding down a ed and some of the oranges were fro-

tj..i: Mr. 0. W. Alvarez was a visitort Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Wynn, of Hampton Board on his stomach and struck a zen. Truck fields were damaged to Will more than please

' to Jacksonville Wednesday. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. .I !splinter: which penetrated his abdo- some extent. However, the cold wave you. Estimates given i ,
). T. Sunday.Mr. men. He was promptly attended by soon passed and normal autumn V cheerfully. Prompt tor- 1 .
_tA:.{You will find Christmas noveltiesSspLan physicians and is reported to be out weather is now prevailing. We have We vice. Par Parcel Pat / ''

Call and see them. "0. J. Farmer, of Gainesville, of danger. a squaw winter every year about this Charge one Way.

,the popular Times-Union representative time, which is always followed by JEWELRY, DIAMONDS I
lilfiir. business
Kits made
Tate a
was in Starke Monday. Hundreds of barrels of rosin are,a t the delightful hazy {lays of Indian NOVELTIES t /
s||:to Jacksonville Wednesday. I the depot awaiting a favorable turn summer. 1 R. J. RILES -

r3 I.M%'Guy Alvarez, made a busine I Mrs. J. W..Andrews, Sr., spent the of the market. The naval stores market JaefcMBvflle Fla. Ill

1 fibip;( to Jacksonville Tuesday. (I.week-end at Alachua with her daughter -, is showing signs of improvementand OPEN MEETING OF LADIES'MUSICALE.

tIt -" ,| Mrs. A. M Pettit. it is confidently expected that 1

I jft Special bargains in coats for 1&- I there will soon be a demand for tar- .
Mr., and Mrs. R. T. Jones moved ----- .
"dies'misses and children at Leviton's.!! pentine and rosin and that prices for 'r.
I .
i last week to North Emporia, Va., On Monday afternoon, November I'
these will show ;
products decided
PfLir. J,,A. Brooks, of Raiford, was where they will reside 'in the future. a 30, in the High School ,auditorium,I -
upward tendency. the ladies of the Musicale will hold Insure With \
!, | r visitor to Starke Tuesday. I ,I .
: Sheriff S. B. Denmark and .Deputy
their second meeting to which
J' Messrs. B. C. Willis and E. Burn- open I
.'!tJ 'Mi: E. Frank Chase 'was in Jack- Sheriff J. B. Sapp were in Jacksonville the public is cordially invited. The

t i lolinik'' business Wednesday.Save on official 'business Saturday.Mr. sed Tuesday held a afternoon turkey shoot, in north which of town nine attendance at their first meeting was J. R. DAVIS & ,COMPANY

d\f) :money at Brown's on grocer'HJplies. J. H. Williams consigned ten turkeys; were offered as prizes to the good and those who were present expressed STARKE ,
; Get our prices and know. I I'ffll barrels of fine Irish potatoes to the best shots. 'A number of persons assembled themselves as being highly ,

I northern markets this week. and took chances on gating pleased with the ladies' efforts.
.Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M.Minton a turkey for Thanksgiving. Chief of The following attractive program And Wear That Satisfied

%'.Wednesday r November. 25., a girl I j A complete lumber yard and build- Police Kite won three of the birds and has been arranged for Monday,' especial -

1,"/"-;i'i*'Mrs.- ; Evelyn Bailey visited her I ing supply store at your service- the rest were won singly by the other attention being called to the H Smile.

Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. successful candidates. last number, "A Day in Venice,"- i t' .
,, mother,.Mrs. Liddon, here .this week. \ -
Nevin. This consists of four exceedingly .r.
:! County Superintendent F. G. Schell, Clarence Richard Wainright, the numbers which tell in
t'5: or A doses 666 will break any pleasing -
of Lake Butler in Starke omi I t
was on -
I I : ;
four-year-old of Mr. and Mrs. l
;" JIII of Fever. or Chills. Price 25e. son charming words the love story of a
oral business and Wednesday
I i' Tuesday Truby Wainright, died at their home Venetian maiden. Combining with : -

f. Special bargains in coats for JaI in Tampa last Thursday morning of .Nevin's artistic and melodious I fiffffffff:.tftft+tt
dies'misses and children at Leviton's.' I Reduction in Prices + : ; .
diphtheria and measles. The
." : 1 I Horse high, bull strong, pig tight; body was hords which speak so tenderly of the + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING + i .
brought to Starke Saturday and hid h cart's desires and affections the effect .
:! The most complete line of wood Southern wire fence for sale at the + .
Quigley Lumber. and Supply Co. to rest in the Crosby lake cemeteryat is truly beautiful. +++++_.+++++++.+.++'I :
and oQ heaters. Jones, Hardware.
I I 10 o'clock a. in., Rev. F. B. Johns, An admission of ten cents is charged Well, just look at J. C. Carter. He
3 :5'oi. 6 doses 666 will break any i After' December 1 the price of of Starke conducting the funeral ser- the proceeds going to the piano has cut the price on feed and grocer FOR BENT-Two store rooms in

case_of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. I shaves at the barber shops of S. L.I vices. The sympathy of their many und. The program: begins at 3:00 i t'So central location on 'Call street J.

? I Alvarez and J. W. Hicks will be 15 : friends here' is extended to the be- 'clock.. Syrup barrels, $1.75. W. Morgan. I\ ,

p4,; ,I:.Coats and coat suits at the cents.. reaved parents' in their hour of trial. Paper. "Mendelssohn," Miss Mar- No. 1 hay $1.35 per 100 pounds._. ?
: .'f r right prices at Sternberg's. I I Robert Sed wick arrived here Saturday Everybody who rents I vick. Lard, 9 cents a pound. FOR SALE-Early Fiat Dutch and '
if--'.t J i. Yri. Thomas Crawford of Gain $-I I from Philadelphia to spend the reduce the cost of living and promotethe can I Piano, "Spring Song," (Mendelssohn White side meat 14 1.2 cents per Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage .

.t I"'vtlb.'Tinted'' Mrs. E. Johns' Sunday. winter with his father, J. H. Sedg- health of their family by means ), Miss Peek. pound. plants, $1.00 per l,O0l. J. W. Staf :

ik i wick. of vegetable garden. Every Voice, Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. Good head rice, 6 cents a pound. Waldo, Fla. ll-6-5t. > ,
: ..! union prop- .
Thanksgiving service was Piano Miss Pack. *""*ll ***"* ""l *:** -- --- .
I' owner The best Japan rice 5 cents '
erty should ,
k : not only plant per "
!. -.-.";.-,.Wd....-..; at, the Methodist' church Thurs- Prof and Mrs. T. J. McBeath, of garden, but set out fruit and nut trees a Voice, Miss Emma Darby. pound. I: FOR SALE--Coon:; land posnm'hounds
;. !""1.; I i Jasper, were the guests of their Chorus "A Day in Venice," (Ne- fox and cat hounds, point-
';I '''' :': i,I I and grape vines. In fact, all the trees 14-ounce pickles, $1.00 dozen.
.'"e"'.41'ft{ daughter, Mrs. R. A. Weeks, on vin), Ladies' Musicale.cumOijs. era and setters. 1\1. L. Crawford, f
-- on theises should be 3 pound tomatoes $1.00 dozen.
'worth 10 cents for 8 Thanksgiving day. fruit and can .
.kP'uor: the .next 10 days at Levi-i I t nut trees... Fruit and nut. trees are 2 pound can tomatoes, 85 cents dozen. Tiger, Ga. !i 1167t.

:,.. : ._to,,. .. \ j Rev. H. G. Dennison, of Lake Albert ornamental and will furnish all the I BITS FOR SALE-First tlass hand-mads [*.
{ :;: I I
d Polk'county, will preach morn- shade needed, not to speak of the Matches, 48 cents per gross. cypress barrels, $2 per barrel; 5 or

!r J: in and inspect our large ing and evening at the Presbyterian, pleasure and profit that come from OF HISTORYOUR Irish potatoes, 25 cents per peck.A more barrels, $1.$0 each; delivered

S lne'Call;?of 'I ladies waists. Stern. I church next Sunday. .: i them. few pairs of shoes from 50 cents from Mose Mack's ahop, Stark,

if'berg'L_ The Lake Butler Chapter of the There are no signs of famine in DEBT TO SPAIN. to $2.00 a pair. I I I Fla. Joe Griffis. jM3-4t. Y

I Eastern Star will initiate Bradford r Any 5 cent package, 6 for 25 cents. 10I
f the Starke county. The woods full
Itoor.ofl-just what are WANTED To hides
| j you have been By A. W. MACV. buy coon, opos-
f -,.;waatbt-Quigley,. Lumber. & Supply Chapter on Thursday, December 3, of hogs and cattle. Pork is said to be Americans Cotton seed meal, $1.50 per 100 I sum, skunks, otter, fox! wild cat
; til''I at the Masonic Hall. more plentiful than it has been for sometimes forget pouttdaj in 1,000 pounds $1.45 per
1. i and house cat, for'hi' h I will
-; how much we pay
", 6"i Xi.'f: Mr. and Mrs.,W. E. Torode, of Law years, and Bradford county pork iI i isI Through Columbus owe, she to discovered Spain. 100 pounds. I I the highest market :rash prices. T.
E ,?. R. Parnwnter, of Raiford, j always good. The corn this Best White Shorts in white sack.
I crop year America. B. Shirley, Brooker, ll-13-4t
and Mr. Fljp.
i rna4e'a: business tey, and Mrs. W. B. Bar Through Balboa, I !
trip to Starke Tees I was ample to supply our needs. W she discovered the Pacific ocean. $1.70.
i rett of
Saxton, motored
lay to
\'r ", Blare j sure,of our bread and meat and Through Magellan, she demonstrated Larro feed $2.00. ACT QUICKLJf. Sfa I
: __ Tuesday. r '
t '! :)(r,: MI H. Chancey, of Raleigh we will have all the sweet potatoes i that America is a conti Kandy feed, $2.00 per sack. v ',
New, and cane that need nent. Through Dc Soto, she discovered I Delay Has Been Dangerpua in This
+ "pent the week in Starke with his entirely sanitary and up-to- syrup .. we and Good sweet feed, $1.80. ,
:'- [family.ft date-the Kaustine closet system for some to spare for our neighbors. Tur the Mls.jist.ippi! river. Cotton seed hulls cheap. City. !; 1

V.--_ I home, office and schools. Quigley keys, chickens, ducks and geese are had Before tried the to year settle 1500 America England The best scratch feed, $2.15 per Do the right thing at the right .
I f Mrs:J. R. Williams, of Citra, span: Lumber and Supply Co. so plentiful that many are shippedout failed. sack. time. I ,
1 !.. :tbe ?week-end with Mr. 'I I of the had tried the !
and Mrs. P.j county every day. Act quickly in time of danger.In .
same thing, and failed. In Irish $2.00
1600 potatoes, sack of r
< > .A: Scott: .II A card from Rev. F. C. Edwards, per
1 t- .. Spain was the only that time of danger! Doan's Kidney
'"", _- I who has been at Swamianoa, N. C., Tuesday was municipal clean-u p power 10 pecks.
Woolsey's-you know the restitt'lajtJae. for several months, informs us that day and the city hired wagons to col disputed with the red man the 10 pound bucket of lard, $1.00. Pills' are most effective. v fL
possession of the : }
best. Quigley Lumber and he is now located at Kissimmee, :ria. lect rubbish in all parts of the city But after that she failed continent When you want, a bargain it will Plenty of Starke evidence of their

CaCelery I and remove it to the city dump. Many to maintain her advantage. She pay you to go to J. C. Carter's at the worth. *
t ;: 1t.t Two steel cells for"the city bastile private individuals assisted in the had introduced the slave trade, depot in Starke.Despondency Mrs. J. B. Williams, Starke, Fla, n

tE7} cranberries seedless rai- arrived last week and will be install clean-up program, -but the and bigotry andIntolerance says: "My kidneys were in'bad shapeand

I- t. &cabbage' apples and oil s usa'ges. in the old ,court house on Thompsonstreet Mayor Hoover's appeal was responseto not characterized all her actions. I had symptoms of dropsy. My tli':f
: fro'l'J1'a.
j ." '- for accommodation of thecity's unanimous by any means. People did More enlightened nations forged e J. G. GARTER feet, ankles and hands became swol ; j

i .)Ils:., J.. M. Murrhee, of Jackson. ,guests. not fall over one another in trying to ahead, and she gradually lost len and pained me. My ba.- t waS of- ,

( a i, visited friends here Saturday The ladies of St Mark's Guild will help the sanitary department 'of th her glory territory and her, her prestige In the, here ten so sore that I could |ardly attend :

Sinday.i serve an oyster supper in the city government to clean up the town. world. power new Due to Indigestion.It to my housework. I used plas- t;
t Armory
\u ,"'American"i.i fence. If -__ Friday evening, December 4. There I However, every little helps, and some- is not at all surprising that per ters and rubbed my back :with liniments -

;; quality and not will be a booth of fancy I thing has been accomplished in the Copyright. sons who have indigestion become dis but didn't receive a*bit of re
.lnality counts, will work, alsoa 18U. by Joseph B. Bowles.
t .. you buy Amerifence. booth of home-made candies. Your I right direction. Instead of' having couraged and despondent. Here area lief. I also had headaches and spellsof

at.; f\ Low prices., DeWitt C. patronage is solicited. ore clean-up day in a year, every day NOTICE OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEEDUNDE3 few words of hope and cheer for dizziness. Every doctor,I went to,

ought to be clean-up day; and every U81!. LAWS OF FLORIDA. them by Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana aid I had kidney troube,.but theydidn't '
I Mrs. A. H. Freemean, who attend- individual should consider it his Notice is hereby given that E. E. Canova Pa. "For digestion
; } e Bn6 of Ointments for I cd the duty purchaser: of tax certificate No. 63, dated the years my relieve me. I ruJ'J) used '
t "ll Nlli That I national convention of the W. to look after the cleanliness and the 6th day of June. A. D. 1910. has filed said was so poor that I could only the Doan's Kidney Pills and :itlyee: : boxes
f Contain Mercury'C. T. U., at Atlanta cert'ficate in my office and has made application
:! last health of the .
week and town. People lightest foods. I tried thingthat
S ait wI11 surely destroy ought to for tax deed to issue in accordance every elieved me wonderfully. !My kid-
J the later
'}.....,......!.** eamp1ete17 denox ae the mac II I visited her old home at Gaines take as much pride' in the town' in with law.described Said certificate embraces the following I heard of to get relief, but not ys began to act right and f rhe drop-
situated in Brad-
r...Maoris sartaca.Ilea Such enterinc articles It UlJ'oUgb.hoWd ville. Ga., for the first time in 30 which they live .as'they do"in the font county. Florida property, to-wit: until about a year ago when I saw sical symptoms disappeared My back

l' 1,a-<'as lnsd except on preaeriptloDl years, returned home Monday.. homes, and help to make it and keep Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and headaches '
I'tPdaIII.- JIbJaiclab. aa the damag east half of northwest quarter and northeast became stronger and the .
ea b tea fold to the good yo u The Church of Jesus it spotless and attractive. quarter of southwest :quarter and west half of got a bottle of them, did I find the and dizziness disappeared"
-ie-( term from them RaW. Christ of Lat southeast quarter of section five township right treatment. fl began to im
ter soon
.Cor. aaaufaetured by p. j. Day Saint will hold a conference Jack Frost paid this section visit six south range twenty-two east containing Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't 9
i CL:'hIedo, SM ta takes Intternaal ,. actIq Jacksonville November 28 and 2'. last Thursday night and a second said land being; assessed at the wore them is fine. For .simply ask for a kidney m.edY-ret
1'1"11'M1eM 1M Wood aDd mueous nr- President the issuance of such certificate in tho my digestion eime
Joseph F. visit Doan's Pills the= that .
Smith Kidney -
a7 .em. JQ buriD Han' of Salt Friday'night The lowest temperature of A. H. Green. Unless said certificate shall sale by all dealers. -
;. [1:8: IQue .M. tat 811ft you get 04 the made cen..... Lake City" will be there. All are invited prevailed here Saturday that,, be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Mrs. Williams had. FosU -Mflburn k
thereon the 28th day of December.
."r. 'h to attend. has been recorded for a number ol, issue A. D.191t on Piles Coed la 6 to 14 Days Coy PiopL, Buffalo, N. Yi; '. (
J'J 1 ,N DrttgIUL .Pee We par >setds. -A letter received years. In some of the thermometers I the Witness lied day my of official November.signature A. D.and 1914.'I' seal. this Yon drocptf win rtfon mater U PAlO '
, t il--,,-, _- the- Tuesday' contains I.the mercury tumbled down to 24 de- W. T. WEEKS. OINTMENT fan to curt tar cue of Itckinj Get our prices for pristine and wt
news that Mr*. V. L. Clerk Circuit Bradford ,y. BiiadBladagsrpoandiegPilaiaitol4dant t
.1''o Alvarez:, Court. County will get your orders. '
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1m MATERIALS. FOR CORRECTING FOR ,COTTON FARMERS., 'mothers spend their girlho63 .
SOIL ACIDITY.: -- NATION'S LABOR" days behind the plow, pitching "< < .' ....
-. The following program seems to us hay'.and hauling manure and 'i
(B, ,P.' ..H. Eolfi). sound and timely:, what is to become' of womanly When
? The entire.. stato of Florida,yn. 1.;Hold J'our.tto -in the :seed culture and refinement that grace YOU WantA

derlaid with limestone of inch qual if you can, u this plan is said to help PROBLEM the home charm society and enthuse > ..<""
sty ai'fo make when ground excel. the quality of the lint and. it' will man to leap to glory in 4t
,lent material for correcting- the acidity keep down;ginning receipts noble achievements If our dang Horse A
=, of'the 'soiL Various limestonebeds 2. If you must get some money on Over a million and a Half Women ters are raised in the society of Mule ci,

have been extensively studied cotton gin it and try to borrow from Work as Farm 'Hands the oX and,the companionship of -" .-- ....,. i '""' ;<,;;;
by our State Geologist (Dr. E. H. a bank The bank will frequently in the United States. the plow? .

= Sellards, Tallahassee), whose reports lend direct to the farmer for half the In that strata between the ages A Buggy A Wagon !
_: ,may be had.for the asking.' n cost of getting the money through a 'y Peter Radford of sixteen and forty-five are' 950- '
>r : addition to limestone, we also' hare lawyer cr professional money len etarer K don.I ttaaerf Cnloo. (600 women working. as farm -. xQ'.,-

i. in Florida extensive beds of marl der. Our goverment never faced so hands and many of them, with 1- '.*
'i t 'many of them sufficiently pure to 3. If 'you must sell outright pool tremendous a problem as that suckling babes tugging at their A of Harness
I ,t make'good material for ,correcting your cotton with that'of other'neigh now lying dormant at the doors breast, as drenched in perspiration !!
'! soil acidity. Finally along the sea bors who must sell; see that it is of Congress and the legislatures, they wield the scythe and I

t" coast/jaround the larger lakes,: and properly graded, and :work together and which, when aroused, will guide the plow. What is to be-
'1' k along most of our waterways we find I to see that you get the full market shake this nation from ,center to. come of that nation where pover- Come to See Us.
.J extensive shell grounds. The shells prices fcr both lint and seed. circumference, and make civilization I ty breaks the crowns of the J'
,{ t of these mounds might well be ground 4. Face the fact that wo must cut hide its; face in shame. That queens of ,the home; despair .
){ and utilized for correcting soil acid out cotton acreage 50 per cent next problem is-women in the field. I hurls a mother's love from its We buy in car lots and give Aur cus-

,I !;J' ity. year. Make plans to I raise all the The last Federal census reports throne and hunger drives innocent tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.

t Aside from these natural materials, feedstuffs needed on your own farm; show we now have 1,514,000 children from the school .4"i
several commercial fertilizers are and make plans, too, to co-operate women working in the field room to the hoe? :

\. J" available to us for neutralizing soil with your neighbors in growing, most of them south. of the Mason The census bureau shows that }

: ;4 acidity. In most cases however theresults grading, shipping and selling the excess and Dixon line. There' were 155,000 of these women are forty- J. W. ANDREWS & SON
{ obtained could be more cheaply products which you must grow approximately a million negro five years of age and over. Thereis
.: accomplished by using the natural on the acreage you take from cotton slaves working in the fields when no more pitiful sight in civili-
11 supplies.t production. liberated by the emancipation zation than these saintly mothersof .
Limestone and Lime. 5. Finally, demand that your state proclamation. .We have freed .Israel stooped with age, drudging t .
} Ground limestone is the safest and I agricultural college, agricultural department our slaves and our women have in the field from sun until Starke, Florida sr.JLnJwL
i ,best and most satisfactory material etc., arrange to give next taken their places in bondage. sun and at night drenching their
I 4 to use. It is a natural product, and year the same effoctive aid in crop- We have broken the shackles off dingy pillows with the tears of '-t1L L"7-'iLlL LlL L

t. may be added to the soil in any quan marketing-through institutes, bulletins the negroes and welded them despair as. their aching hearts
tity without serious danger of doing personal assistance and demonstrations upon our daughters.The take it all to God in prayer. Civ- ---- -- --"- _--1 ..j

\, x, _01 harm. It. should not be forgotten, -that they have heretofore Chain-Gang of Civilization.A ilization strikes them a blow ,-
however, that there are special cases given in rop-making.-The Progressive million when it should give them a .
in THE
women bondage GREAT BLOOD
Farmer.: crown, and their only friend is PURIFIER?\ el
in which it would not be advisable to in the southern
fields__ form_ the
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i n n He who broke bread with sueeessdlcedyfor Iti m,Pl ,l P :
use ground limestone. From one to -- beggars -
chain-gang of civilization-the and all Blood
.: \\l three tons should be used on soilsshowing WHY? industrial tragedy of the age. and said: "Come unto me P P P men and women.DISelSCSA.Ifcs been. Jnccrfcl::: Cinufcctured tonic fer for botk; -

-f. slight acidity, and a larger There is no overseer quite so all ye that are weary and heavy post 35 years At all Bruspnb, $!.CJ the
'tj amount on soils that arc decidedly Not long ago the. Model License cruel as that of unrestrained laden and I will give you rest." F. V. UPPaiAN CO. Savannah 1

.s;, acid; while on some soils that are Le ague sent out circulars signed by greed, no whip that slings like Oh, America! the land of the Ga. t

{ very acid the use of as much as eightto Tom Gilmore, head of that organization the lash of suborned destiny, and free and the home of the brave; -- _.
twelve. tons will be found profit- of liquor men which informs us no auctioneer's block quite srevolting the world's custodian of chivalry, --
; able. that: as that of organized the champion of human rights i
s Hydrated lime is made by slaking There is no demand for prohibition; avarice. and the defender of the oppressedshall A..L LIGHTNING EXPRESS-

quick lime with just enough water to nor any warfare on the use of liquor The president of the United we permit our maidens "
# convert it into a fine powder. Samples nor any dry territory in this States was recently lauded by the fair to be torn from the hearths 'If nm V

: ua analyzed at the experiment station country; nor any wish on the part of'he press, and very properly so, fo stone by the ruthless hand of hOb 'UER ., .':"j 1
b: show that commercial hydratedlime people to surrender their sacred suggesting mediation between the destiny and chained to the plow? vJ I :
is made ap of oxide of lime, hy liberties." engineers and railroad managersin Shall we permit our faithful !I' J.r --- ::'-'-'" !

k ,drate of lime and carbonate of lime..! Mr. Gilmore does "not know any adjusting their schedule of, wives, whom we covenanted with ; r. 1
When most carefuly prepared, 74 prohibitionists, nor of any place in time and pay. The engineers God to cherish and protect to be }. ORDER
pounds of hydrated lime are equal to this country that has outlawed whis- threatened to strike if their wages hurled from the home to the harvest TO.DAY1
limestone if 'key.< Tens of thousands : field, and our mothers dear
100 pounds of ; so we are voting were not increased from approx- I I't
use about two-thirds the quantity of I fcr< local prohibition," he goes on, i'mately ten to eleven dollars per to be driven from the old arm GET IT TONORROY1THAT'S I ;
; hydrated lime in the place of ground j"with the understanding that it shall day and service reduced from ten chair to the cotton patch?

limestone, we shall be nearly right. not prohibit, and tens of thousandsare to eight hours and a similar read.justment In rescuing our citizens from .
Quick lime or burnt lime is made praying for national prohibitionon of the overtime sched the forces of civilization can we "; I
from limestone by driving off the condition that it docs not prohibit, ule. Our women are working i in not apply to our fair Dixielandthe THE WAY WE !SHIP I

carbon dioxide gas.: One hundred i. pounds fpure limestone will make 561 it is plainly to be seen that while the for less than 50 cents per children first? positively ship the day order'is received. *. ': i

1; pounds of quick lime. If, therefore j,people want prohibition they do want day, and their schedule is the rising There must be a readjustment NEVER IN YOUR LHfE I
t we wish to use, quick lime, we may ; a chance in. each community to say sun and the evening star, and of the wage scale of industry s>o have _
1, apply approximately half as much as how whiskey, wine and beer shall be after the day's work is over th'v that the woman can be taken you been offered such LOW PRICES en strictly high grade.

". ["< we would if we were using .ground sold< in that community." bilk the cows, slop the hog and frbm the field or given a reasonable TOO PROOF STRAIGHT ,

.. ,'j limestone. ,_ Then in the name of common sense rock the baby to sleep. Is anyone wage for her services. Perhaps WHISKEY, CORN OR GIN. Take your choice. Straight ,cr
t Other Substances. !Thy all this fuss? Why the lesper- mediating over their problems, i the i sue has never been Asserted
: "B Hardwood ashes have long been :te appeals of the liquor interests to and to whom shall they threatena I. fairly raised; but the Farmers .Packages., 7f
I II' FuSI I Fvfessure Full Proof.
i:'-,< employed as a source of potash,-and voters and to the legislatures and to strike? I Union, with a membership of ten Quality Guaranteed
j I' ,:.t .' more recently! have been used to a 'I If congress. Why raise millions to Congress has listened approv- million puts its organized forces 4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts1 GaL ,' 2 GaL 3 GaLe .;'

f f I considerable extent for correcting the j !ght an enemy that does not exist? j.-igly to..those who toil at the squarely behind the issue and w S2.S5. 65.40, S7.50 S2.70 S4.90 $7.00 ='
i lr? soil acidity. There is much variation j. forge and behind the counter, and now enter upon the docket of civilization EXPRESS PREPAID _
i l, in the amounts of potash and lime r WIll' ADVERTISE FLORIDA. many of our statesmen have smiledat the case of "TheVoman I
.' > If,, contained in hardwood ashes. They the threats ad have fannedthe in the Field" and demand an im We carry a full line cf all kinds of liquors. Write fommpiete rricelL I

1 t contain generally about 3 to 6 per! The Southern Banker, the only flame of unrest among indus mediate trial.SUBSTITUTES. THE JOSEPH ZAPF COMPANY I
.: cent of potash, and may be used at magazine of its kind in the Southeast trial laborers. But women are as

: the same rate, as we would ordinarily ern States published in the interestsof surely ,the final victims of indus FOR COTTON.From P. 0. B3X133 623 W. BAT ST. JACKSONVILLE. FLA !
,. apply fertilizer to the soil. banks and banking, is alive to the dustrial warfare as they are the ,
Basic'slag or Thomas'slag as it is' importance of advertising more ex burden-bearers in the war be- Mississippi: I am going to i if.'duee
sometimes called, has been employed tensively the advantages of this ter tween nations, and those who arbitrate my cotton acreage considerably i
to a considearble extent .as a fertilizer ritory. and mediate the differences next year and am desirous of
for Florida in recent years. This Information, roaches us that this between capital and labor getting substitutes for it. I have already e- i '
: f material is made from the refuse from company will shortly send a representative should not forget that when the believed that money could he <
4. iron or steel mills. It contains about into Florida for the purpose expenses of any industry are unnecessarily made out of Irish potatoes properly \ 'ijJj:1; .

!: 40 per cent of lime in addition to 20 of gathering information to be increased, society handled. Please give your opinion INSTOCK
t ,_ per cent of phosphoric acid. The lime used in the publication of a Greater foots the bill by drafting a new and tell me how the land must be 'I

in the mixture is a strong correctorof Florida edition as a supplement in consignment of women from the prepared and planted, and what I can t .
; acidity, being less effective in this equal size' as its present regular home to the field. expect in regard to yield and price. I 'e PL.-\XEBS RES.VS STE.UI rEEDs 1 I

I. direction: than the same amount 'oft monthly. Pinch No Crumb From Women's am figuring on planting 100 acres. TOWED H.\TCCEftS EDGERS SELF rrtr FanIaP hewn 'j I

\ quick lime or hydrated lime, but hay Undoubtedly: it will result in bring Crust of Bread. We think that it will be a mistaketo PClKIXS' SHL"CLE IlAtHl.'tEaT h i
\? 1 ing the advantage of also carryingphosphoric irg many new people and enterprisesinto made reduce tb cotton acreage except to ESGI\ES rap te 10 b. n"lILLS
No financial award be I
introduce rotation
"' acid. It was found a useful Florida. a regular grain BOILERS ap t. 40 b. 1J k t fad Un"Y I
< source of phosphorous in our fee The Southern Banker should be without some one footing the bill crops and forage crops for stock. The SAWDUST COXVEVOBS: SL..B C.NVEYORSGASOLI I
F,. .tilizer experiments with pineapples. commended for selecting Florida for and we commend to those who war is not going to last forever and 51 nIXES STEAK FEEDS + I
Nitrate of soda when used in our the initial number of this characterin accept the responsibility of the the world will need the cotton. Instead LlTU 1IILLS ST.\.OIULU J
':; fertilizer tests in tho citrus groves, its career of more than twelve distribution of industrial justice, of going into such'an uncertain ISSTOX SAWS : I IS.tfl. I t I
was shown by Prof. Collison to cor- years. Appreciating this the peopleof the still small voice of the woman crop as the early Irish potato on a JUT3 for all wstea .t saws /
L;;. feet the acidity of the'soiL The soda Florida generally county boards, in the field as she pleads for large scale, it will be far better to SHtIT.YG I't"Ll.EYS 'DOXESEELTIiG.
t- and that .J .
we beg grades.-me best
mercy they to
'r l left in the soil after the nitrate had commercial bodies and all enterprising ;row more oats and more peas and
pinch no crumb from her crust LOG CLISS CT nOOKS :TOSGSELnTHloa
't been used by the plants acted as an citizens should join heartily with] of bread another velvet beans and feed more stock. We 1'0& TIU:
.,,. 'r., alkali the Southern Banker in making this her ragged put patch upon believe that there is going to be more 1 SSWSIILLa
V\ Creator Florida the best ever devoted We that 'noncy in beef cattle in the South VV:"Ito forPl'lces
beg listen the
; they to
-i1 A SENSELESS CUSTOM. to this state. scream of horror from the than in the effort to grow perishable i a
The fact that this the stuff! with which you are not familiar.
< largest and /
\i on every dollar that is :
fek: "Instead* of having a drink hava a only financial magazine in fourteen 'wrung from the brow of toiling In some seasons the potato growersin
; ;- think." This is advice given to men Southern states, takes up this work women and hear the Goddess of eastern North Carolina and Virginia
4 who think to regard to brass-rail, and will place a Greater Florida edition Justice hiss at a verdict that increases make money out of the crop,
wherever ird in other seasons none at all. Thugrowers
mahogany-topped saloon counter as their own
paper per the want of woman to ,
an indispensable aid to talking busi trates is an advantage out of the or satisfy the greed of man. in eastern Virginia, for instance -:..
ness-advice given 'ot"by a temperance dinary. Also it is proof conclusive The women behind the are compactly oranized for co- PLOWING UNDER PEAVlr ES. February. ;nil becomes all the more
society or a prohibition crank that this state will be prominently] and in the counter perative selling. Their Produce Ex-: likely to piwra profitable if the bad
; but by the Cleveland, Crane and Engineering brought before people of the financial sympathy and factory the cry aloud for hacge has its salesmen all over the Will green peas turned under in lies so thai washing is a factor of

Company, o( Wickliffe, 0. world and otherwise. in their defense press and thundersout the Xorth and Canada selling in car loads I the fall be of much benefit to the importance; A cover crop is the
This company issues a monthly maga This being a most favorable season pleads for but pulpit -according; to the demands of each crop the.following spring? preferable Method when it is practicable
zinc Its August number deals exclusively of the year and a time when information about the woman mercy in the field? gown, and they are not dependent np- Yes, it will be-of great benefit to I ev|i i? it be nothing more
with the! ",rail of the cork as to Florida's claims and advantages Will not these powerful 'n the commission merchants as &n the crop planted on the land the following than rye, 'so-red rather late.-Tbe
screw" as it affects' the workingman, is most eagerly sought, every of human rights turn exponents their- solated grower would be. These spring if the land is in need cf Progressive Firmer.

I : and is called the "Curse" number. An possible assistance should be given talent, energy and influence to TQ-vers, on land that has been long humus and nitrogen, as most South I -
.. article under the caption "What'll It this great work that will redound to her relief? Will the Goddess of '.red for truck crops, use from 1,000 era lands are. It Really Does' ;Relieve Rheumatics
I Be, Gentlemen! }" points out most truly Florida's gain. Milton Gazette. Liberty enthroned Washing- '> 1.500 or more pounds of fertilizers .. Some of the peivines will decay
that the conventional "come and er acre for potatoes, and of course during the winter and at least a small Everybotf" who is afflicted with
-,have a drink",invitation is "about as An Active Liver Means Health. Ion hold the calloused hand ant hey nab good crops. But in some part of the nitrogen which they con- Rheumatism in: any form should by I
aiJly as.if it were the custom to If you want good health, a clear soothe the feverish brow of het masons when there has been a large stain will become dissolved in the soil all means keep'a: bottle of Sloan's Liniment -
-. emo&e a' little dope o'r inhale laughOT complexion and freedom from Dizziness sex who sows and reaps the nation's -ej in the North, the market filledth wa.t?. If there is hand The minute fed
no cover crop on on ;; you
? -3m "$ ga$ temporarily loseyour .. Constipation, Biliousness, lIed harvest or will she permitthe" old potatoes is easily overstock- the: land muscle
during the
??- uhcs winter to use tb pain or soreness in a joint or
,.. head anyiiY' you may before talking Vew and Indigestion, take Dr. King male of the species to shove J by the millions of barrels that go nitrogen which becomes soluble ism bathe it with loan's Liniment D
Pills. They drive out fer- women-weak and weary-from North Carolina
business' 072 and
; Virginia the soil water from : almost
the decay of the not rub it. Sloan's penetrates
panting .and undigested foods cleai the bread-line of industry to the 'J makes much.
Happily the number cf businessmen 10 ose *
it of
po may be- lost by being immediate right to the seat pa
he back
a who cut out drink are increasing Blocd and cure Constipation.. On: alleys of poverty? 'Yv'Itb a rood rotation,of crops and leached out in the drainage water. relieving th|: hct, tender, swollen feel
' daily. ,The industrial and commercial 'y 25e, fit yourInvigorating druggist. Women and Children First. 'tton", solely as the mosey crop, while Although this loss is not likely to be ing' and mtkirg the part easy and
world has learned that booze The census enumerators tell us abundarce cf,feed is fork Sloau*
, and to the Pale and S 1;kJ grown large when peavines are plowed under comfortable? Get a bottle of
F business'don't miL The Cld Stanford renwal strengthening took that of the 1,514,000 women who }; we believe that in your secpra in the fall, it is probably sufficient Liniment f<| 25tf of,your druggist and '
-- :ROVES TASTELESS chill TONIC duce work in the fields as farm hands i\")? can make better returns colds
OU' owing to our winter have it in 'he, house-against
j open
Piles Cared lalaruuenncbMtheblood.atKlboildUoptlies
in .
dicers win refund 6 to .f tizysYur If pAZf .u1. A true tunic. For adults ear children. tieand 409,000 are sixteen.years of age -p by engaging in the growing of weather, to make it advisable to puta sore and s. lln joints, rheumatisA
roamer under. What is the final '..h
des- rericaable
OINTMKNi'' hiss n cure of olio r. ar.d uncertain erupTh cover the land like ailments-
ny caw Get our prices for crop on to plow under neuralgia, sciatica and
Bir.d.! FlrHr. ..... cr..frptniding. PUr,in fi taU dev printing and wt *iny of a nation.. whose. .futurt = potatoes.-The ProgressiveFarmer. in the l satisfied, but
j 5e' ..:; .I' *9 L q .1 t..aL w_ will t't"our orders -- spring, or to defer plowing Your mone back if not
y1 the cowpcas under until January or 't does give almost instant relief.

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:#v,:.._ 'alwer.niher.97. 1914. :A6E' SEVENtdtjCIAIS

W. '
? S' .'' ,. THE ST TE'S ;GREAT SIN. Mr. Phillips had Stomach J "' : ,! f

Trouble for More _
dispatches telling of
: If the news r

horrible holocaust at the Florida than Five, Years. .

School at'Marianna -----
i' tate Industrial
INDJEALTH correct the state" of Florida isuilty MIGHTY' FINI-

: : of ,a gross; crime
ltfLr' mi is i,the price of ignorance. ardliness of expenditure and carelessness f.IL _
hasH of that caused t,
State Board of Health consequence

,jM'a. c(' ..jptJ a-century king. for to more make than the a quar"t" great. death.ten innocent. persons io be buried to ?- That's What They all Say ,. ]I

.f" tar. to live m.'itrsyabl Of the ten, eight were youths of .,
oh..a_better About Our Famous Line of .
Pa ;working along the same tender age committed to the state'sfostering : ii''

1' With'i the most! advanced sanitary care, to be reformed from w
e ereand'it has led the waywardness-and led into the pathsof _

t'ta'&OD1e.of.th directions. It right-thinking and good citizen- .

:;U c_veered from'hard experience, ship. -- ,.

:' i other have discovered, that According to the news dispatchesthe 100PROOFWHISKIESn.

'" :obstacles, the greatest controlling board, either becauseof

t; tints have come from the lack of funds to make such provision -

'?: of those who were most to or because of an idea of saving -' \4 .
> '-atted, from a lack of appre- expenses, or through carlessnsss, : s Good old time whiskey that is a pleasure to drir k. Not made yester*

)I1 jg of the value of health and'* failed to provide a watchman at the day to be sold today but pure, aged and mellow goods that have'',

:ahv' gnrroundings.Moists 1 dormitories, whose duties would be to stood the test of time. To those who
( want and something
'; l, money, real money, for the safeguard the inmates of the various
f1 u for the community, toIia buildings. There was a fire escapeon good, we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best j
your :
I'preserve .this most valuable the building where the ten perishd money can buy. -

2 r The lack, of money in more but the door that led to it was :; : I

., t dI 1 i instance in Florida cities, double-padlocked. Who had the key, 1 .' !'

7.;...1urtailed: the activities of munici- and why he was not available at theme

k the extent of ac- ti 6f need is not known. It doesn't V TAKE
JW filth boards to YOUR
;M| Mr. W. Tw Phillips, Jr., 189 Kors- CHOICE :
*. .toftj'increasing! the death .rate. So matter now. The fact remains that land Ave. Atlanta Georgia mites:

i'"lIili there is urgent need to educate I 'he door was double-padlocked; it apparently "I had the catarrh and s cn1 lc' : .

:tbe tiage'Florida citizen'to a high could not be forced in time trouble for more than five years, anti !
; I I faithfully tried all the meJIchies
;. 'Intelligence regarding health mat- to prevent the horrible sacrifice of saw advertised and' fauna they al i, PACKAGES ASSORTED TO SUIT CUSTOMERS I

: tm.'iher is a greater need to bringpublic human life. And the great state of failed to cure me. I than teorJ of :

f officials-those who say how Florida, or its officials in charge of Ferrule I purchased six bottles, aril .

&j funds shall be spent-to a bet- this institution, would seem to be after was their use I soon discovered that 100 PROOF CORN \
public I well safe and sound.: I now N umber i
I*;ter appreciation a wider understand- jjuilty. Tampa Times' weigh two hundred and ten lJou J3. 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts.'O.JU

,. .iW'of) the actual money value ofiea1th. I and have never been sick since I toot ;
"} i and of how It may be preserv- AN APPEAL FOB I Peruna. It surely is the best medicine 100 PROOF GIN
ts; i FAIR JUDGMENT! for colds, stomach trouble aad.catarri Number 2
,. . .
%|ttH; l municipal officers will legislate; ,(Continued From Page 2). 0b
fcappropriate, wisely, their consti- -Try This for Your Cough. Number 100 PROOF RYE WHISKEY

typlti will aprove, and sooner or lat is concentrating into larger and larger 3 4 Ots $$3.00. Ots 5.75,12Qts. $8
. .
t ter',good health plank will be an es. spheres; neither races nor econo- Thousands of people keep coughing \

, .,"t feudal to'the platform of every pros- nomic spheres can be kept separate because unable to get the right rem- Number PROOF BOURBON .

,'ptetive municipal legislator. Educa- longer by national boundaries. Within edy. Coughs are caused by inflammation 4 400 $3.00 8 Yes 5,75,12 $8 r9J .. t
Qts. . .
i tho last between
't i.to.: be most effective, must be- thirty years my of Throat and Bronchial Tubes. ,

?{ syit i the top and filter down thru first and< last visits to Europe this What you need is to soothe this in ;. ,

"tbe mass of citizenry. process of things becoming alike (including flammation. Take Dr. King's New WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES : .

iWhat' .are some of the sanitary people) has transformed Eu Discovery, it penetrates the delicata !

,{;Mama to be solved by the public r ope' from a' land of picturesque! differences mucous lining, raises the phlegm and Write for Our ;t tMASTER'S .
Complete Price List all f '
land on
f ificials Jd. Florida cities? to a resembling Amerca quickly relieves the congested mem

1D11aet"'aie'> called upon to apportion in identity of dress, of mental at- branes. "Dr. King's New Discovery Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South '
; ,
t f ptblic Tmunds for the maintenance of tudes, and of the internal spirit aswell quickly and completely stopped my :; \

. iI.i ij "departments. No department as, external appearances of live cough" writes J. R. Watts, Floydale, A j;

; _es closer to the citizen than thatit"iich affairs. That means that the day of Texas. Money back if not satisfied,
makes the city healthful Indirectly a larger political concentration is at but it nearly always helps. Chas. Blum

k ,' good pavements, sidewalks and, also. What' led France and Company

England to back Russia in this MASTER'S SALE.
this health-
:d I{ and,parks contribute to wrong Notice is hereby given that under and by
ffol condition; 'more directly the bestfl'sewerage Austrian-Hungary matter against virtue of a final decree of foreclosure made 1a
and rendered the 2nd day of November A. D.
; system and clean streets, Germany, right, was undoubtedlytheir 1914 by the judge of the circuit court of th a The largest and oldest mail order house in the South. Established over quarter of
the abolishing of all unscreened apprehension that Germany Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida in an tin
) for Bradford county Florida in chancery in POSTOFFICE BOX 584
1 firth closets as the source of contag- successful over Russia would be Germany favor of Lois Adkins and A. Z. Adkins. her DISTANT. PHONE 188!

!tioitb; ; filling of all swampy places not simply preeminent, but pre- Mordangh husband complainants and Eunice Murdangh.and against his W.wife N. Jacksonville ,

f* the closing of all carelessly kept sta- ponderant, politically as well as economically before defendants the undersigned will offer for sale Florida $
the courthouse door at StarKe. Flor ,
3 bleu and other breeding places for among the nations of the ida during the legal hours of sale on Monday :: ,

I s mosquitoes and flies, the carriers of c Continent. best. bidder December for 7th cash 1914.the to following the highest described and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ l _;

ij contagion, and most intimately of ill That apprehension ,may have been real Starek.estate county yin of g Bradford.and being State in the of town Florida of :ii- jj .

b j ,the: bringiag'of skilled medical and ustified j by the probable fact. The I to-wit .
e surgical,attendance and nursing to spread of the war to the whole of I I two.Lots in one two and six seven and ten in block SALE. I. .
Truby Davis addition to the town n lIIIIII4I4
of Starke. Hereby notice is given that under and by ,)+ ++++
I:I. th &e'wh ,cannot afford what they Europe, in consequence, history may A. S. CREWS. virtue of that certain final decree of fore- COFFINS CASKETSAnd : :
should the benefit of them- iustify '1 what I believe losure made the ;
have for ; am only stating l5t.?. Special Master in Chancery. b7 Judge of the Eighth
I udicial Circuit of Florida in chancery sitting a Full Line of SEABOARD TIMETABLE; tIi
selves' and for that of the entire com- to be the basic cause. But this in the circuit court for Bradford county,
i? |'niaity." .In general, to' provide for t King every honest mind must admit: GUARDIANS SALE. Florida on the 4th day of November. 1914 Undertakers' Supplies ;, .
Notice b )
hereby given that four weeks after n favor of J. H. Sandlin as complainant. (The
%If thti:.control of ,everything that, can'menace'public If this was the Big Cause, underneath date to-wit, the 9th day of December .xtainst G. J. Douglass. Ella L. Douglass and Always on hand. The beat leI.I I following tchjduk is t .
1914, the undersigned as guardian for Chare A. Duncan defendants, f in
as the undersigned now effect: j .
: health. the smaller causes that brought li V. Cylatt. Theo Emma Clyatt, Sallie E. U offer for sale during the legal hours of rice at the lowest price Special ,
f. :Public ;officials are generally Just France and England into the strug Markham and husband Carl Markham William ale on Monday the 7th day of December No. 3, Jacksonville to Tam- f. i
j J. Clyatt. Walter N. Clyatt and wife. iiH to the highest and best bidder for cash attention to Telegraph Orders f
at Starke .
U-CMBnon__ people elevated to -), Germany, by every law that en Hazel Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. minors, ie following described property: t pa, h 02 A. M.
1 positionst nation will apply to the Honorable George A. Gardiner The northeast quarter of the southeast quar- + No. 1, Jacksonville Jo Tampa + -
of without to
; honestly grow, was county judge of Bradford county Flor- er and the northwest quarter of the southwest Registered Embalmer
4'tteafor: the duties of their, Jltaci'1iTlit1 : entitled to resist them. And if the i da. at his office in Starke. Florida on the quarter less one ((1) acre for school and t doe at Starke It4 P. 1[. 'f '
date above written for an order t osell. at ',ve (S) acres on the north tide of the southtbi t No. 15 Jacksonvj'.stf: Cedar 'F
: assume resposibility without 1 war on one side of this apprehensionwas private sale the interests of the above named : quarter of the southwest quarter of tec- ; '
kbeiag educated up to it; and most of something not to be denominated minors to the hereinafter described real es- :ion twenty-one (Fl), containing eighty-four DeWITT JONES f Key, due at Starve 4:49 f
tate as follows to-wit
I : K4) less
acres more or ; also the south half
o"tbtm' never come to any adequate as monstrous war on the other side The southeast quarter of southwest quar- )>f the southeast quarter of the northeast Succour to G. C. Livingston & Co. .. P. M. J.; it
I ter and the southwest quarter of southeast quarter: of section twenty (20). AH in town. No. 4 tp Jacksonville
i realization of more. than a part of is equally above that common epi- quarter of section thirty- is (36). township ,hip five (5) south, range nineteen (19) east, 1'1 L Starke, Fla. I Tampa t ;

!& responsibility. .hat: It is not impossible, of course, .five f northeast(5). and quarter west half and of the northeast northwest quarter quarter ,'ontaining our (104) in acres the, aggregate more or less one, hundred in Bradford and __ f due at Starke:C:4d P. U. + i

: fiTothe:) physicians, sanitary work. that Germany made a mistake in believing of northeast quarter of section one (1), county, Florida and also one (1) gray mare 'F. No. 2, Tampa t<* Jacksonville .
afar township six (6), all in range seventeen (17), >-le about eleven (11) :years old named f due at Starke 4tl A. II. .
I-rjtr* and particularly to the public offi- with 'Russia, or surrender south and east, containing 140 acres: also "Mary.- i
eialaof Florida cities an opportunity I to Russia, was unavoidable, thru east half of northeast quarter of northeast JOE HILL WILLIAMS. f No. 14, Cedar Kit f.o Jacksonville f i'f'
quarter and southeast quarter of northeast 1-6-St.. Special Master.SHERIFF'S '
iftoreducation is offered, .if they will conference. Only Omniscience and the quarter, less ten (10) acres in southeast corner S'EEDSWe due at Sirle 9:21_ 4'f
f secept it'in'the Southern Health Russian knew. and southwest quarter of northeast quar- A. M. | .
Ex- Cabinet It is not im er and north half of north half of northwest SALE. ,

'MMtion,which is to be held in'Jack.sonvill possible that Germany made a tactical quarter 111. township of the-six southeast(6) south quarter range section seventeen one Notice, sheriff is hereby of Bradford given that county I. S. B.Florida.Denmark carry all the leading varieties 1 + ; .

i ,from November 27'to Decem- I mistake*-that the participation (17) east containing one hundred acres (100) jnder and by virtue of that certain writ of of Farm, Field and Gar- f Starke and Wannti },raRci1. '

s ,btr T, during the conventions of the of England on''the side of Russia more quarter or of less southeast; also south quarter half, section of southeast thirty- execution i the circuit issued court out of o Bradford fand under county th ,e Flor-seal ) den seed that have been tested I 4 + 4' i.

I ..American Public: Health Association : might have been avoided by that con- six (36). township five (5), south range seventeen ida, against R. H. Reynolds and G. W. Scott. I and known to be adapted to this t No. 101 leaves Stark, 6:45 ff
end in favor of A. Z. Adkins on and dated
(17) east containing
twenty ((20)
f and the National Mouth Hygiene As.soeiationV -- I "erence. Only Omniscience and the more or less; also southeast quarter of south.acres Vovember 3rd. 1914 will offer for sale and I soil and climate. We can fill A. M. : : +
east quarter ofv northeast quarter and north 'ell to the highest and best bidder therefor + No. 'It '
104 arrives : Starke +
is English Cabinet order
an opportunity that knew. And it is half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter ""or cash at the court house door in the town j your immediately for' new ';
'.' 'cones)nq.oftener than once in a gen not impossible that Germany made a and north half of northwest quarter of 'f Starke. Bradford county Florida on Mon. crop of all varieties of f 2:45 P. M. + ,
southeast quarter all in section one (1), township day. the 7th oay of December 1914 the same -
eration.-- Doctors, nurses and sani- mistake as to her own strength, evnwhen six 161 south range seventeen (17) being<< a legal sales day of said court, duringthe Bermuda Onion Seed, Onion f f j ;

tariani.don't'need' : any reminders .of' ready against her enemies' un- also east northeast containing quarter sixty (60)of acres northwest more or quarter less; legal real hours estate of sale situated the following in Bradford described Sets, Turnip Seed, Florida + Limited Trains ", fif

the; value.-of these educational con. readinless. The event will prove. But and the southeast quarter of northwest gash count. Florida to-wit: Grown Seed Rye, Seed Oats, f t

ferences. They will come without he duty and the responsibility of of tt'r southwest and the north quarter half section of northeast one (Il).quarter township two Commencing acre tract at of the land northeast off the north corner end of of a Seed Barley, Vetch, Rape, Italian + No. 9, Jacksonvill4 4|, Tarn- +

Wig But to the officers of Flor- balancing these, as to whether he east containing six (6) south one hundred, range acres seventeen(100) acres U 7) southeast the west half quarter of the of northwest the northeast quarter quarter of the of Rye Grass for winter + pa, due at Starke Ijp: IP.;: M. f l ,

idamqnlcipalities they may be of would wait for such conferences or more or- less. Total number of acres described section twenty-eight in township six south, i lawns, flower bulbs for fall + No. 10, Tampa t( J, ks"on- f
1 incalculable importance.The not with here in four hundred and twenty (420) range twenty-two east ; and run thence west planting and' + ville, due at Starke f' 10 P. M. f
was the Kaiser and his acres more or less situated in Bradford 100 feet to a point of beginning; thence.run :
most eminent professional councillorS.- And who has the rightto I county Florida. west 100 feet; thence run souht 309 feet; NATAL GRASS SEED + T. J. Griffin tgont f
I This 3rd day of November, A. D. 1914. thence run east 100 feet: thence run north I ;
!Otkera, f the United States will toe say, that if war either now or a I. EMMA N. CLYATT. ;U9 feet to the said point of beginning; said I I Complete stock of garden and f .

'? ', w Qng; the leaders and they are to little later was inevitable-if the attitude !I Guardian Clyatt.for Charlie Sallie E.V. Markham Clyatt. Theo.and Emma hus feet".f i north being and 100 south feet,east in the and town west of and Starke.S. 3091 field seeds, poultry feed, and ++*** 11111111111(++++"v++ ;s

!discuss medical problems and san ita- of France and England sup band. Cart Markham. William J. Cly l-6-5t. Sheriff B.Bradford DENMARK.County, Florida supplies, incubators, etc. Write y t t .
|tkai; from the viewpoint of the latest porting Russia I att. Walter N. Clyatt and wife Easel for fall
I and
J' wrong, against Germany Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. our catalog weekly NOTICE TO APP1tA& I
devhopraenta of scientific research right, in the AustroServianmatter I i CONE &; CHAPMAN. NOTICE UNDER OF APPLICATION SECTION 8 OF FOR CHAPTER TAX DEED price list on poultry feed, etc. I In circuit court Eigthth Judicial. Circuit s
of *
Attorneys for Petitioner. Florida Bradford
t Tbapeograma 1 of the various sessions revealed their true attitudetowanl I ll-6-5t. 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. Oldest established and largest I Bank of Starke. a eorporatitftvs county. -,>
Notice is hereby given that G. W. Alderman ,
jti lrowded with subjects that have the natural seed house in Florida. I ,
growth of Ger I NOTICE OF ELECTION purchaser of tax certificate No. 41, dated I T. M. Shaw et aL iN
'.,host Intimate and practical interest in the By virtue of tat the 1st day of July A .D.. 1912. has filed .
k. many family of nations-who the power vested them by tie* to Appesi
I the school laws of Florida the Board of Pub- said certificate in my office and has made application I INr. The State of FloridaTo
f.J f Florida and the whole has the E. A. Marlin Seed to.
: South. right to say in that event lia Instruction of Bradford county Hereby order for tax deed to issue in accordancewith //1 T. M. Shaw Greeting: '
"g>*v* greatest good that can come to that William was bound to wait until l an election to be held on the 5th day ofDecember law. Said certificate embraces the fol It having been shown by afcJaF ;U that the
A. D 1914. at the following place lowing described property situated in Brad defendant. T. M. Shaw noa-isidtut of the
f ft$* from these gatherings W ..llJi' his own preparations had been matched For the purpose of electing three trustees for ford county Florida twit" : J06 East Bay St., late of Florida and that t-f rrtktnce of '+
practical enlightenment by theirs I the next two yean and to determine the Lots 4 and 5 of bloats 13 in Newsora's ad. Jacksonville Florida I said defendant is at Brunn-, i* the state
on sanii am not unreservedly amount of millage to be assessed. dition to Lake Butler, tfeetion 30, Township of Georgia and that the defc-idntt M over t
\7. F)l!natters as related to the cities for Germany, nor for France for Theressa. Inspectors of election Ed Ows- 5, south range 20 east the age of twenty-one years. ".
.f. I towns ky J. W. Batten and D. W. Moore. The said land being assessed at the date of / It is therefore considered' ;-sn-t adjudged
{ and local communities oft England in this war. There is much F. G. SCHELL. the issuance of such certificate in the name that the said defendant. T. S* Stew, do ap-
:14x,(Sate, of the public officials who that I do not know'that U-lS-4t Secretary. of Unknown. Unless saU certificate shall be MASTERS SALE. car t othe complainant's i-UI; ;: ..l complaint '
I 1
turn redeemed according to law tax deed will issue Notice is hereby given that under and by here con or before the 7th tics of December.
t !'directly and financially responsi- the scale either way. But I am for --- thereon on the 14th .y of December. A. virtue of a final decree o foreclosure made A. D. 1914, in default whereof, a decree pro :i
l .i for the highest D. 1914. and rendered November 2nd. 1914 by the eonfesso will be ,entered agaiiut tie said T. t
welfare an
of mind.
their open The -
i v question is not: No. 666 Witness my official signature and seal this Judge of the eircuirt court of the Eighth M. Shaw.
,r..4 enta.,, struck the first blow! The the 11th day of November A. D. 1914. udicial Circuit of Florida in and for Bradford It U further ordered that :it hit aotice be 1
f.k.lo\. ques W. T. WEEKS published in the Bradford Coctty Telegraph.
TU -
"' county, in chancery in favor of M. H. +
J |: $ estimated tion is: Why was any blow made ne. This u a prescription prepared especially Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Fla. Markey. complainant and against I. J. Min a newspaper published at Stb'lIe! in Bradford
jl the present rev for MALARIA or CHILLS & FEVER. By R. A. WEEKS ehew and G. A. Epperson defendants the undersigned county Florida once flchfweek' for
: fray costs $50,000,000 11-lS-St Deputy Clerk. will offer for sale at the old Dekle our consecutive weeks. }
day. Five tix doses
or will break and
any case mill site in or near the southern limits of the In witness whereof. I have b. reuito set my
E iri tilt f continuous war between alman' i Don't Delay Treating Your if taken then<< as a tonic the Fever will not Important.Bear i iucoroporated town of Lake Butler, in Bradford and and affixed the seal of OUt circuit court
; l and the entire I Cough. return. It acts on the liver better than county Florida where the property hereinafter >n this the 4th day of Novemtx .1. D. 1914.
i cost could in mind that Chamberlain'sTablets described is located, during the legal w. T. yeiKS,
:t M "up- in loss A slight Calomel and: does not gripe or sicken. 25e hours of sale on Monday December 7th (SEAL) t Cki-k.
't : : money, of life, cough often becomes serious not only move the bowels but By R. A. 'E'EK3
l 1914 to the highest and best bidder for cash.
W' ;,tM4\ and in hindrance to civiliza- Lungs get congested, Bronchial Remarkable Cure of Croup. improve the appetite and strengthenthe !*>e following described personal property, to- 11-6-St. pe t.ty Clerk.
the Christianization of the Tubes fill with mucous. Your vitality "Last winter when little had digestion. For sale by all dealers. One: saw mill outfit consisting of one NOTICE TO DEBTORS AM-CI'EDITORS.
:=) -thi;, the most destructive and is reduced. You need Dr. my boy 'wenty horse power engine and twenty-five ,->i<'tice n hereby given that;:11 creditors
Bell's Pine- croup I got him a bottle of Chamber hore power boiler one saw frame and sawmill legatees, distributees and all Pirsdhs having
\ Uug: war in the history of na- Tar-Honey. It soothes your irritated lain's Whenever You Need a General Tonic outfit one certain saw bell and all at.aehmenta. ,.,,,ms or demands against the f'atc of D.
Cough Remedy. I honestly believe 3. Wheeler. late of Bradford Florida '
.. would seem like child's air Take Grove's : GMolr.
play i in passages, loosens
mucous and it saved his life writes Mrs. JOE HILL WILLIAMS deceased, are hereby required w i-j sent the
lI80n, makes your system resist The Old Standard Grove's Tasteless As Special Master in Chancery same duly authenticated to th &lMnigned '
t :: -- Colds. Give J. B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. "If cut the chill. Tonic is equally valuable as a O. E. KNIGHT. will be held in bar thereto and 4l1 persons in-
,I\. :aISl... :..... Ittsr Itattts 1"1 cinIMttr the baby and children Dr. Bell's Pine- phlegm and relieved his General Tonic because it contains the Solicitor for Complainant wil! be held in bar hereto and v persons isditeed -
*gas, Tar coughing ll-6-5t to said estate are require w pay their
f' tf.' saetl by tk ao wosderiul of bow old IOOlltandillL Honey. It's guaranteed to help spells. I am most grateful for what well known tonic propertiesof QUININEand said debts to the administrator ifoichwith.
a'.1\ 0 ti Ile them. Only 25 IRON. It acts on the Liver, Drives D. W. }IA) NIP"G. '
.,;..;'., W v1.-1t etie....lltatiag OiL It relinu'tio. cents at your drug this remedy has done for him. For out Malaria Enriches the Blood and If it's news it's in the Bradford Administrator cf the estate of 1; S. Wlwcler.
1&IIII tine, 25x.53c,tLoo.I. gist deceased ,
111{ 1-- "1: sale by all dealers. Builds up the Whole System. 50 cents.L.t t County Telegraph. :J-I-8 J .. {I._ .La...

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and Fo d.ifUad .
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of latins hrosd ia totfrea. the '
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Items Inbjftritaut Minor/Arabia :
{ County News family ia too oitiuiistk-v It is 'al Turkestan: and of 'A the ia Tisri-Euphrates, CUTTERS Ever

ways going to have, a larger Income '
valley aukit into sheet Tbraeabeets > "
T ext year or IB five jrears.IDiItters'with It desires are about'fort; inrbtw wide and SYRUP CANS, DIPPERS and: SKIMMERS (C
to keep up In social the ,
: facts Gathered Darin the Week by Our twice as Ion?, _lid taw natives make almost
: people next door yr farther up the
t Refuter Correspondent street. It buys pianos or motorcars or as iniwh us*of tlifiii all the American CANS, SAUSAGE MILLS, STOPPERS \

> _.. 'liulbii does of t rrii., bark. If they '
encyclopedias on monthly pa.ments.but .
>t ... .. need an au'Dink fur rotwtkiD againstson DE11 f ITT G. '-
,- 'Jf .. In most cases put no monthly,10- JONES
or rain Uijr unwind_ rull of this
tallmeBt in the savings Lank. It.has .
r? I; bread ar:< : t NEW RIVER. friends. no margin of security -
a pole stveral limes, much as a camper i
.Mrs. H. B. Hudson has employed a How much better it is to Lave a-mar-
,, Fa t'r pots up a dug tent, for if it baa a coat
< to help her with her work, as she liD of resourra; than to Uj,living coninnally -
.... Mr.*W. T.Turner was harness girl .f almond oil or mutton talto* the ONE
rty has been in poor health for sometime on the ragged edge of nothing bread I* fairly waterproof. ME t_
I visitorto the thriving little town of .
of do because
as many a* just we are
last. He stated but we are glad to say is im- It is a-iviaical .islit to are a teamster LARGE
l ; '.: Baiford Wednesday such devotees of the god of appear-
or i-ame'l driver of the Levant
the price of cotton was advancing proving.Mr. ncesL
i' Wilkinson is grindingcane travel pbHdJr through;: a heavy howt'f
ii some.lr George While the high cost of living is one
with of of bread 4
yards sheeting
t f There was quite a crowd of young this week. The good times are of the live topics of the day. a note of a couple ,
thrown over his shoulders and to
here good old cane grindings. warning should be sounded warning Feel bad do ? Worn -
t /? .. people from around: here who attended see him tear off pieces-here and there you &. ? Tired i
against a suggestion that
Miss of Boston, : extravagance \yiat
Anna D. need isROSE'S.MEDICI
you -
} a Pentacostal meeting at Sampson and chew ou.tbem if be feeU hungry ,
: family: make a deposit in the
, every
last. Mass, arrived here' Monday to visit The bread is made of durum wheat
: Sunday
., savings bank each month. The future -
her Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hud- flour mixtd with the of sultana At
! :, .; .' Among those grinding, cane here parents, happiness and prosperity of the pUlp

I 't ,t 4 this week,are Messrs.,Parker, Grtfen son, for a while. .average American family depend upon raisins, which given it a sweet taste HALT '
and a fragrance like that of honey. WHISKEY _
I 3 and..Turner.Mr. :the proper adjustment-of Inoue and ,
The Arab ti>es his sheets of bread ;l
! .i Floyd Green was a pleasant TEMPLE'S Mill. expenditure. It is not what-a' ,man which look like chamois leather for a GOOD,.." !MldsmDSdew J Sesdsf1e :
> .earns, but what be and his family IVf?
I ;:' visitor toLake, Butler ,Sunday last I save that counts In' determining' the makeshift blanket and it is' said bytravelers rosE yooli booadmliroogayoa otfinail ,

I' .', Among those who attended the fair We were visited by a cold snap last ultimate success or failure of his life who Have tried it that it bnt pilalabl lie"good wiklty.flmiaaiteaa :R O1.7F '

): ; .'and carnival at Gainesville last week week no damage done, except the .from a material standpoint D.' Mc Keeps the beat in and the cold out al- BIG FREE I + :

i: '.'were Messrs. C. Johns,F. Green and berry blooms were kill d. :Gregor's "Talks on Thrift" most as well as a. real blanket. Bat g rR Lltid,

i i' > W. M..Parker. Every farm has been improved by I II II I some .'f the Russian engineers at work ISedidaall'.altsad I will tend yon free ODe extra: b gt -
I tlsrtrcirlh.u! rf baffle math five bottles *
on the Transsibe-
? cljlaltiaafleiprojpr .
:!: : Mr. Jesse Thomas and Leon Ren- trees 'plantedout. ,
having some
CHILDREN MUST PLAY. clan r.-u'uu, did rr.a better. for they provided yon wse iCOtJPO

:: f roe,.of Sampson City, were visiting made It incif of th;- bread by boiling 1313 COUPON :; : oIl rxpli Decza&er

': :j{ their parents of this place last .Sun Mr. W. }I., Whistler made a busi- That ls the Method Nature Provided several !.,.--..< m..j ti
-i; day. ness trip to Jacksonville Saturday'19meet For Their Development. strips uf the surf tins.: each a meter LLLq II5m1.EIIJ ROSE ,
.U.1mIU : P'a.e dip (1,fliain&
'' : Mr. W. T. Turner was a business Mr. Lagoon, the president ofa "_ And the streets of tbe dry shall be wide by two meters long. Thus :J: .

r visitor to Starke on Monday. Farmers' club from the North. full of boys and girls playing In the. they manufactured a sleeping bag. and HMC0

;, Master 'Clyde Parker, who 'is attending Mr. Eashlndert,, of Jacksonville, streets thereof." Thus spoke Zechariab a very comfortable one too. ,;

the Lake Butler school, spent has moved to Mr. SedwicV farm. In 620 B. G But there were fewer. The Turkish peasants use this flatbread LiRoseCU.flame. :
r for window and In the bazaars .
." the week end with his father, Mr. W. in tracking motorcars in Zechariah's day 'than ines. ,
: He intends to engage, the vender of merchandise wind JadsaoiIt eA& Prpreaaort rex 'L '
there are In ours. The children now .
t. : M. Parker. and raising of stock. need for their play some place safer up pieces as a grocer does a paper cornucopia ,epWnutt4 -
Mrs. W; T. Turner made businesS The debating club has some good than the street and ns them to bold small w sho w Post Office r:'

i" trip to Lake City Monday. Mrs., Turner subjects for another month. Everyone ,More important than the playground, amounts' of nuts. Turkish candies or .

; lived in Lake City before coming invited to come. however is the play. It Is well that square* of sn;=nr. 'of course the purchaser

to' this county, and has many friends Don't forget Sunday chool every children should play In a safe place. eats tie! lay with its contents.

there."l' Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. but it is absolutely necessary that they In the same shnjie the bread sheeting

F Jack Frost made a visit here last This is the information that W. M. should play somewhere if thee are to is used for holding the fruity drinks of ILLUSION t IN WEIGHT. J I explode :'tfie. rest of the 'staff)_",

1 at all. for there is doubt the Bosiwrus. hut it will not stand drums., en rely. dempI1sbing gibe-
: I week, but on account of the cane not Whistler gives on wheat growing in grow up no
bot liquids t''t'D"lIeo it is coated with and killing fire ail wiuj
\ ; r i',; being ground, he was not accepted this county: .Break the ground well now. I think in the'minds of educa- almond oil. Thanks to the raisin pulp Blunders That Simply Prove'a Person's In it tie-time.: persons The barman,-
tors that'play builds the child. It Is
, t, :, '; ; with" great hospitality. and use stable manure, beardless- the method that nature has providedfor the bread is of remarkable elasticityand Good Judgment through;' having"gone: down inb ffiel
in October bushel to can be tent luck and forth with Take a sofa pillow in one band, bal- '
/ riety sown one bis development Play, indeed is lar just, previously,whence he<

; 'I,:*: ENTERPRISE. the acre. He raised some this year the positive side of the whole .phenomenon out cracking. It has actually been used ance it carefully until ron think you ly beard U>.r laughter followed feyi'

} t r- -. that would have an average of 15 of infancy. for bootMutliuYouth.: Companion. have a tight sense of its weight. Hold musical glIig". ,of the thin

f .4t f ,i" Rev. and Mrs. D.; L. Phillips attended bushels to the acre. The straw from The reason the higher animals-and -- a large glass in the other hand and and tie) 't-wo '"aplosIODF

\\ 1 *t church at Rising'Sunday. this grAin can be used for stock or man. above all-are born so helpless Skimpy.A have some one pour water into, it until Weekly :%.__ '_
to American
i and )informed is that they be contributor the Magazine think it weighs about as much as f
\ Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Billiard at- straw hats. may tells the you .
story: < Expansion.A
finistLd by this special method. It is the pillow. Then weigh the two and ;
I Sedwiek has 16 head of full
'' Mr.
tended preaching at Rising Sunday
; "A clerk iu one of the great Jewelry very shut fellow 'once
t 'r, .'Iat."I : .,, blood Berkshire hogs on his farm. for tbe sake' of play that Infancy exists stores on Fifth avenue in New York lee how far out of the way yon are. himself; toSir; Francis Ba.- tt-
that there Is such as
a thing a
j ,- We to the Water- He has full blood chickens and ; city exhibited to .rich and Or take a cap in one hand and put In him
I; are sorry know some child at all. The child who Is deprived a weary asked 1'.(; be.had a sitcatfca tobInL ]
; ,. .oak. scribe has been:stopped writing ducks. It has ben reported to the of, his chance to play Is deprivedof customer a lady's handbag. fire inches Le needed as many coins as you think -"."

M!, 'Is.; on] account of other scribes sending writer that Mr: Sedwiek intends to go his opportunity to grow np--Craftsman square, made of platinum and fairly may to balance from it You wUlfind "I do jjot'.tnow: you." said' Sir 1 1ds.
your judgment<< far correct a
well covered :0whr
ou one side only with it him.
; t in 'the ,news from other'p1aet'". We North this spring for a rest. Take jhrs. looting '
two stone Fill
diamonds. The price $9.000. The one with -
j are most'sure that he Was hitting at Mr. Davis and Jim SOcox were over was ; bay you forgotten n ri
hot water cud tLe'other with cold and '
fact that our side only was covered the feIl w._.>*1 was onwrty a PIe I
iffe ri WIIIJ'-j'l1Ie 1.-: scribe. Enterpriselikes to the Sunday school Sunday.We Cats and Man. with diamonds troubled the customer. ask a friend to say which is the heavIer your bo J3e."J -, ',

t to read, the news from other have a, new'neighbor here. He No subject that Dr. Weir Mitchell Turning the handbagaround and of the' two. The bottle with hot ,"My Jear'boy." said de

: : fef places, so if the Wateroak scribe,will has ,broken up.land near Mr. Lufcs studied either scientific or social is around and looking at it from all sides water will seem 25 per cent heavier. "you have tjecome a vohuadTton's .;.r'
more curious than the be described -
., write his news Enterprise scribe and intends to build a house and one over and over be finally! said: 'Very Take three articles weighing the Wfeuy: "."
In little known entitled
: : .. will write his farm here. He came here from the "Of Ailnropbobia and the paper Power to Be pretty. really. Hut 1 don't like one same. Put one on the gronnd, one on ;- v", ..
: side without diamonds. Honestly, the a table and one on a high shelf. Aska .. ''''
jb*' J em. C. C. Scaff, S. H. Thompson, North. Conscious of the Cat as Near. When Moles nelS of Molecule* ,

i J. B. Browning and Mack Mahone vis.ited Bushhart, -Bros and Mr. Stearns! Unseen and Unheard." In this pa. thing looks "kim|>T-rather skimpy.' friend to lift them and determine :Ut;,so minute that >
At an additional expense' of $7.000 tJ sdUllt'ulty which of the three Is the heaviest lie about a'sextillion of them b
t\ -. the state farm Sunday. have made a- fine crop this fall and per Dr Mitchell declares that there will are '
was removed. pick the one en the shelf as the, 6? '
.r cubic hub air. Tbes at freeEiH
& Mrs. ,D. M., Roul is, still reported have a'fine crop of berries.BROOKER. are persons who have been able to distinguish one which weighs the most every time. temperature, dllate. back' and fwftit;

;i i' seriously, ill We hope her a speedy the presence or.1: cat by its Dignity.Are The laws of illusion In weight are the rate: of W70 feet a second ,ttaj
'" smell but cannot longer do so
l; ) .. :'raovery" .. and yet who retain any ability to detect you iltaillied! If fIO, why? Is quite exact and it is marvelous to see average length of their path berrta.:,

";;1 Ii Tho cold weather last week has ? it because (If.\Vblt you are. what your what a large proportion of people will oscili.itifirw h? about one twobuwfradband ,
+ cats
;, 't':, pttt*the farmerS-to killing hogs. ThedryWeather Miss u1ia Anderson, who is attending unseen"It Is likely., he says. that the cat, ancestors were or what yon hope your make eXJ(11ytlJe same mIstak'e.1n ex sev ntylfeven thousandth of.to|

J..t to .-.1 "of this year did. not, let school ae Lake Butler is vis- emanations may affect the nervous descendant: vlP bet actly the same way. Thus'-the pillow inch. Each. ,Ames Into collision WW

_..I' i 1 : the hogs doss_ well as' usual, but they iting her home folks'during the week system through the nasal membrane, Is it bei-an. of something you have seems lighter: tbl.n.it is because its appearance its felloe! alyut 5.000.000 times i aee-<$

.toi."J f done sonH-iifing you rnu do, somethingyou suggests lightness. Of twosimilar.weights oni :
.., .did well enough. although unrecognized as odors. Why \ ; j .
t- end.Misses
the one that Is the larger -
know ?
{ ,: Mr. 'M. D. Carter and family mo- Ina Crews and ,Loca John these emanations: should it plainly ur something von possess ..
: Is it because of some reputation'yon in size will always seem the light :.A ] Mess ;*. fi
y' .! ] 'tore over to, Lawtey Sunday. son made a trip ,to Graham Sunda perceived as due to cats cause certain yon
it is
in'those who dread catsis have or .some reputation yon would er. That why the weight of the cap .The lonr est--Item of news eyerfe-|
1tti ; ;)Ir. Frank.Johnson, ,. of Starke, vis- afternoon.' Did not make the tri{' symptoms understood. like to get? will be underestimated in the expert-, graphed f<> a'newspaper was the&&*j.

;, .y, (i.,. lied here, Sunday, af1; rnoon. alone of course. "The readily ultimate cause of unreasonableterror Is it ber.ui'se of definite notions of ment just described. New Temrht as revised which.*w

It J" : 7t-i Mr. and Mrs., W. E. Torode, Mr.: The citizens of Brook'er were 'le* of cats I cannot explain/: *-Cea- what In right and proper or \agua notions Any change from normal temperature sent frohi; ',v York to t ChkI&f j

f' $ if"r ,,: "Mnr;, Bill Barrett, of Lawtey, ribly shocked at the death of M tury. of what xoroelMkdy else thinks is either Lot or cold will appear to newspaper fcrillay 22. 1SS2 That lr

passed through our town Sunday af- Walker, 'the deputy sheriff killed i right and proper! Increase the temperature. A piece of sue ot, tlierf-apcr ,comprised t1rll11i1

\;oJ- + vfernoon. Lafayette;: His body was brought 4 Her Congratulations Or do you jnst., happen to be that ice the same weight as a glass of water pagesrjteenot: which were takes sicby
that'you could will seem to weigh twice as much. the'N. 'v ]
often wishing Testament
-.; Dr Eo;L Biggs'and Miss Ida Robert New Hope' for burial Sir. Walk-! An Evanston lady was telling the way re- w !
: The extra exertion needed to sustain ,
o lax and enjoy yourself like some of the :
oflCawtey: were seen in our was 'a son-in-law of Mr. J. E. Cl other day about a rather lugubriousaunt .
$ more frivohus people you meet-E. O. the weight of an object either,above or .. Diplomacy.
J burg Sunday afternoon. LOOk'out, mons, of this, place. who seemed to see everything J. in Life. below our natural reach seems to make Ladsr-Ini afraid one foot is bgf! j'!
through blue spectacles. Her greatestpleasure'
Doctor, you are coming out here too Cane grinding in season. Se' It heavier and for this reason the than the ptber Sbopman-On the(
in in funerals
life attending -
\often.4"'Three. : era! are in progress and "juice" is ?' and in t:1seof a friend's illness Wicked King John."Wasn't V4k3ht on the shelf will seem to have trary, majdant-: one is perhaps smaIllf 1j

'4 cheers for the Telegraph'everybody. : we.hear.. she would console the patient with Kinz John a wicked man?" the\dvantago. than the"itfer. ].-London Opinion.4 I

Misos Myrta Hazen and Beat gloomy forebodings and with tales of said the professor's.little: daughter the Dces this show what poor Judges we ,

other evening "lie used to run over are? Not at all. It only proves our f 1
.{_ 4 Crosby, the efficient teachers of Gn others who had met untimely deaths ; They Got Their Answersheuf
people with his motorcars." good judgment is like the sadcaseof -W tt.. hip owning milHoiaa| i
2t.r /' HILL ham spent the week-end with the: through similar afflictions.
4 CLAY parents"of this place. Her sister! who though in good The professor was puzzled. nen't the college student In a class on op Sir'Donate! Carrie was asked by !i i.

3t1i.,. ., V* ._. yon made a mistake?" he inquired tics -who'could see through the illusions heckler ata political meeting at Greet ?
"" health.
was by no means young was
Quite number from here anticpate
k+:. Mr. David Lang is\ grinding caner a celebrating her birthday and it fell (o doubtfully. "Surely your teacher didn't ,,sq that matters which'ap.elred wicb I If bit father had not been tfie :

it this W L. attending the hanging at Star! the melancholy one to send congratulations. tell you that?" crooked to ,the rest of the class, although 1. local bar&T.Jhe; admitfed promi, f-1

if: ,Mr* John Starling, of Lawtey,Was Friday:.I" 'I "Oh yes she did! She told .us that they were really straight appeared "It Is trw-Rnd it your father ..
Several Brooker citizens attendethe John down the people straight to him. Instead of been tot
King ground been barker would have
;, visiting her husband's" parents hen "}Iy dearest sister" she wrote. "you a : fpu |.
fair at Gainesville last with his talls.-I.ondon Chronicle. complimenting him on his discernment "
'r last week. > t week. have passed another milestone in life'sjourney. same. ? 't
Bird is and the I the professor promptly expelled the When Jlr. LJoyd-Gt>orge. who II r
season on "sporte 'Do realize that area *
you you
tIkdi Nancy Hall and sons
.two student from the class on the ground and bringa
have made their usual trips, Joe leaf nearer the ? I wish Finzncial Jealousy. proud of Ilia lowly ,birth
Freddie year grave you
and Willie ,of Jacksonville that he drunk. And be M
r was was- question
"The duke is fearfully jealous re- was ajkfrt a
fifteen shots; fifteen birds first trip many happy returns of the day.Cliiclgo up. ?
; are visiting on Clay Hill this week New York American. sevJ
Inter Ocean.t marked the heiress. scored as iwlftly. and even, more ;
Thanksgiving passed with the ;
-y u:
: Y and enjoying .the. cane,grinding. Wet "Worries him to see you look at another erely. The heckler unwisely ingw' :

,II I' wish for .them a pleasant visit. ual casualties. man eh?" :: TRAGIC LAUGHTER. I if he remembered that his grandfather f

q Mr. Jesse Byrd,. of thisplace, and Mr. 0. J. Fanner representath 'Strained. "Xo. But it gives him the shudders used to drhe: a donkey and cart "W I:
of the Florida Tunes-Union was i They were discussing BeSsle's wedding will baTe ito Iprgive me. ladies W
Miss Dora Osteen, of Longj Branch, ; every time I spend any of my money. Vibration and Nitroglycerin Formal
c -
C town, Wednesday. \ Louisville CourierJournal.One \femen Mr. Lloyd-Geote apologIze j
were united in the holy bonds of gen
r Perilous Combination.'An .
Mr. Olen Hazen and sister, Mh "Usually it U the bridegroom who Is .: "the:!cart had quite escaped mf.j
< last Wednesday., Mr. H. B. Eunice the : nervous, while the bride is self possessed accident said to be the most extraordinary but I'tee the donkey is Bvirf I
spent week-end at the Way to Live. memory
Hudson spoke the words that made on record. -occurred at
,commented,one of the brides- i "
: \
home. "One-half world doesn't know ;yet. .
;1 : -t y" them asone. We wish them many, maids. but Bessie's voice sounded as the some oil fields in the Baktt'district of -. : ;

'many happy years of wedded'life. MissIna'Crews went down to tr though she were frightened. It souddell how the other half lives. quoted the Russia. on the.borders of the Caspiansea. Birds That Shine In Dark. 3

t city of Gainesville Wednesday i wise guy. One of the big "gusher" oil wells
; The bride and rather strained. somt':
groom are both well That certain ijirds of prey are
company with Mr: J. J. Morgan there's explained "Yes. agreed the simple mug. "some became choked and wttb a view of well
c .bon Lere and have' host of an- "Ob, a reason for that. spend half their time wondering times lumII3IIU :at niht is a fact
people -
I blowing it clear, a number of iron Is
family on a, shopping. expedition.. one of the ushers. "You see. known'to cliservant naturalists. It .
how they are going to spend the
drums full of 'nltroglycerin
: were tbelr
she was talking through her veiirfLIppincott's. explained bj :the presence on :;;
,," It Really Does Relieve Rhenmatisn ." other balf.T-rbiladelphia: Record., brought down by rail from Derbendand spore
: feathers ofthephosphoreseent:
RHEUMtiK i deposited overnight in a large shed the
\ of certain fanji that grow
Everybody who is 'afflicted wit: 1 :1 .. t All on His Side. which was used by the men as a sort of treesJn wbfch they roost Bat the Bulletin -
Long Winded. I ..BHggins
"Mr., talks a great deal canteen.
SLOW Rheumatism ,in' any form should't.. 'Do'n't.'yo enjoy hearing your wife -about his familY"pride.? The steward of this establishment a of the National AcclimatizatwoSodetyof
EfllSOl tbe
all means keep a bottle of Sloan's Lu discuss of hour Irate records
tjuestious he ?
"Yes. replied. Miss Cayenne: "only Greek named Darios. opened one of the luminous
fU > 4 iment on' hand. The minute you f e "When. Henrietta' discusses any' he is content to feel l proud of his family drums for some reason best known to tion, of a wkit swan that to October was of

.Jeccr- the entire' oakn pain or soreness in a joint'or muse: thin:." replied ,\Ir, .iPt>kton1t Is Dot without considering whether his himself and decanted n small quantityof Jut all night wiile: irom none July of the other birds

e$ E* .. becomes permeated with bathe it with Sloan's Liniment D a question of tbe hour. It is a question family has reason to be proud of him." the-dangerous, liquid.Into a long.; that year inhabited ibe same lake road \\Jt

V- injurious acids. '1 not rub it. 'Sloan's penetrates almo: "of."several hours."-Washington* Washington Star. thin glass csed for mixing:: vodka. This seen after Jar',-St. Louis Post.D3-
nx '' To relieve rheumatism Scotfs immediately right to the seat of pair Star. he placed on a shelf behind the bar. patch. ':

fr Emulsion is a double'help it is relieving'the hot, tender, swollen fee! f' His Experience Shortly afterward there entered a -; '
t ; Too Cheap. V "hareon, ever been given any de workman earned Borkovitcu. who was .
and Envious.First
ing making the part
rich in blcod-food it easy an
; imparts "Majolica! pitcher brings $G55'In 1J'ee.ln your fader:" famous for the boisterous hilarity of .tVorkman-I see it W*

i' -h4 strength to the functions and sup. comfortable. Get a bottle of Sloan'Liniment sale. read ilrs. ':1D. ."Yes there is one I have teen given his manner and especially.for his loud. : Britt;+b in France 'as j:1"t:

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