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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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41t UME J XXXVI. STARKE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ,December 4, 1914. NUMBER ,22.MIL .
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'CROWD. PRESENT (Delayed From Last Week). at the school auditorium for three or KILLED HARD:TIMES AR|. PASSING. '
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME BY CANE MILL
JU.,1 ,T- The following new pupils entered four successive Friday afternoons. 0- .S
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ptkT: Penalty on Gallows For s'choollast Monday: Horace and Cath- His first talk will be on "Causes That ,People Are Beginning to Turn : ;
Knight and Chancey Defeat erine Dupree and Marvin Newman Led up to the Civil War;" and this Life of Herman Norman. Crushed ,!
'2x'The KillIng of W.. T., Jones and Peek.At entered the first grade, and Lafayette will'lead up to "Life on an Old Southern Out. Loo'seTh&r r ,

Dupree entered the fourth grade. Plantation the kindly relations -
!! Ft.- Andrews. : the private court of J .E. Futchin .Supt. F. G. Schell waS an interest- that existed between the slaves and Lawtey, Dec.. 1.-One of the most "Cash:" : '

r Starke on the afternoon of ThankS- ing .visitor to our school Tuesday and "Ole Master and Ole Miss." serious accidents that has ever oc- ; .
;. I i; Wffl] : Moore, colored, was publiclyjjuJBged giving day was played a very inter- Wednesday of this week. Prof. Schell .' Prof, T. J. McBeath, of Jasper, who' curred in our community was on last J. F. Drew. "r$:.. ,\:,

i'q,1 at high noon in the jail yard esting game of lawn tennis. Possiblythis visited every room in the school, and js visiting,his daughter, Mrs. Weeks,! Friday, November 27, when little Her- N.Perry Dover. ;; ley ; 1
I-l% ,Starke on Friday, November 27, was the first match game ever reports that our school made a recordof 'was $ visitor to our schools Wednesday man Norman, son of J. S. Norman, Ned A; Conner ';- ,? i'5- '! \

1?forjflie killing of W. T. Andrews near played here, certainly it was the first 98 per cent in general efficiency, and Thursday of this week. was crushed to death' by a cane mill o T. J.Williams-i Andrews.; \ ,;. ,: ,

!'*'",biford last February. such game played in Starke in the this includes lessons, the disciplineand The pupils are preparing a minstrel Several of the little ones were G. W An.l_ ;, '- *f .i.--, .
A crowd of several hundred people past twenty years. deportment of the student body, drill for Friday evening'of December around the mill and Herman got upon ,,J. W.Y Wood.Wly"J I' 'A;', r
"t(_ all section's of the county witnessed Several weeks ago, for the purposeof care of the building and grounds and 18. This drill will be for the purpose top of the cap piece of the mill to 'j'.; ,
the execution, among whom stimulating interest in this< splen- attendance. Supt. Schell says that : of raising funds. to get books and watch the mill in operation and the J.'B. Sapp. .; ; f ,--.! ..: -4 I
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|were :probably two hundred women did old athletic game, Messrs. De- he' is stressing two important sub- I papers for our library. We do not sweep caught him and almost crushedhis A.C. E.A. Johns.-, _.: ''c' ';,t-. i
*and children. Witt C. Jones and Julian L. Peek jects in the schools of the county. believe that any Southern school library body'fiat Murrhee.? %s<.
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i ii I Moore mounted' the scaffold at 11:15 challenged any other two players in Mental arithmetic and improvementof complete without pictures of Only the mother was present to Mrs. RobeS01. 1 "f,
..f:"o'clock and' was photographed by town to play a 'match game on the hand writing. He tells'uS that WashiDgtoDj' Lee'and Davis, and we face the dreadful scene and she man- ;Price.T' ;" -
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=.fa new blue serge suit and wore white being the championship for Starke in have a pencil and.tablet. to "figure great American who died with "mal- the body of the little one. J. H. Dupuis. "'' -, .

.. flhoca and white gloves. He'stood lawn tennis doubles. I II out" the ordinary business transactions ice toward none, with charity for all. Let us all take warning and be W..H.'demons., rr- >' .0 i
r'creet'held'bis; head high and walked I I' Messrs. Carl A. Knight and Clifford I II I but that such transactions 'are And 'surely every Florida school more careful how we allow our. children S. W. breisbacKi*; 1 '.' e
: itha: _firm tread. After the taking Chancey'accepted the challenge. The usually, performed mentally.We should hang the pictures of'hcrtwo to be around sugar mills. .0
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-of the photograph Moore joined the weather was ideal and the games.werewell are 'glad to say that quite a most famous sons, General Kirby The doctor was quickly summoned, 0. J. Griffin. Et
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jtwiored: ministers who were present in II played and the score close.,The nice collection of presents and gifts Smith and Dr. Gorrie. but all was in vain. Little Herman W. J. Griffin. :: '

wing a hymn, which was followed match was to be won by taking three for our friends, a kindly remembranceof The.honor roll for November is for passed away at 12 o'clock Friday 1..' ;
J. M. Futch. '
-.b r'Ja: prayer by Rev. H. W. Bartley.! out of five sets. It proved to be nec- the spirit of true Thanksgiving, the 'Primary Department: Myrtle night. 1.'C .M. Kelly.. ,* ,a
-$ other' hymn was sung and then' essary to play"the entire five sets to was collected in the various rooms on Hodges, Lawrence Topilinson, Fannie He leaves a father and mother, one 'j. ;".- ,.
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::1I e:prayed. Moore's prayer was decide the 'contest, Peek and Jones Wednesday for distribution. We can Darby, Joseph Thomas, Alma Forsyth, little brother and three sisters and a J.E.E. ,\. ,,Y.;.;. :...?.'
'' ,.,_ired by a song, after which heieepped'to won the first set'.6 to 4; Knight andChancey only hope that these,few,presents are Allie Green, Marvin Johns, Gladys host of relatives and friends. The .J.Owsley.TMrs. R. Rieb rd. : .
"' the west end ,of the plat- won the second set 6 to 2; appreciated by the ones to whom they !. Williams, Lester Austin, Hugh funeral services were conducted by 0. B. ,,
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.,jfcnn and made a few remai a to the and the third set 6 to 3; Peek and are given with the same spirit of universal Brownlee, Ruffin Edwards, Gussie I Rev. McBride at three o'clock Saturday ,John,Parker.J. Gordon.' .
:'etad,' after which he stepped back Jones won the fourth set 6 to 5; and love that prompted the children Smith, [Fred Mott, Elizabeth Brownlee afternoon.God B. Florrid. 1'i: '

:isd,sang a hymn of his own,compo Knight and Chancey won the fifth set in getting up the various bas- Jessie Harris, Nellie Mott, Willie R. B.: Thomas. ; 0 '
pi: ittion; Then he stepped upon the 6 to 4, which gave them the match, kets. 'It is, indeed, more blesed to Agin, Edwin Broughton, Julian Ca- gave him to.them to keep I Rev. J. E. .= '' '
% trap' and sang while the noose was and until such time as 'they may give than ':to receive. nova, Lawrence Simmons, Hazel War- Awhile to cherish and fill their lon ( .BlackV. .
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.1.b1inr adjusted around' his neck. This meet defeat in a match, they may be We would again call attention to the ren, Dorothy Edwards, Lottie Allen. ly lives. ;; ,' > '
:"c'+$s" done at' 12 o'clock sharp.- then known as the "champeens. However, Friday afternoon exercises of Dec- Intermediate Department. Alice But now he has taken him at his own .BusshardtjBros;:, -- '}

H the I"black cap was placed over. his many ambitious and energatic play- cember 4. Cot Peek has very kindly Thornton, Levy Canova, Paul Canova,, good will T. 'W. SweaT. f V r
+thead.' :;Moore said goodbye and began ers'have their eyes on the new cham-. consented to give a series of lectures, Nellie Stearns, Gladys Gardner, Jessie A vacant place at His own right hand N.. W. Littlefieldw: / .-> .

'|{pry sing. He was singing when the pions and Very likely Knight andChancey or rather just informal talks, on Ante Forsyth, Aileen Alvarez, John l to fill Stephen De Sue*: '"' .4 .IF, Y
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MtilDdWU''sprung at 12:02 o'clock. must be prepared to play Bellum life in the South. The Colo Powell: -

FcFoarteen. minutes later he was prp- winning tennis or lose,their -conspicuous nel tells us that .the subject is too High School! Department. Edyth But if we will try and do our best, -, A. C. Strickland1; ,'. j i

'.- nounced dead and at 12:26' o'clock hisbodywet place in the, game. great to tell it all in one lecture,.and I Warren, Eunice Robinson, .Gus Beas- We again can meet him in the land of E.,T., Thornton.IsP. : c-..;.0 ;. 0
;;, ; cut down and turned oyerto About fifty people witnessed these therefore he is going to be with us ley, Archibald Thomas. the blest. _. A'.''B. Hunt .; .."....'' -:.J., Z I

: 'Us{ ;friends ,for burial. :Moore's hotly contested games and appearedto I And then we will never part no more, A. Boss.' \ .; ,.\e.j;; .,. w
fck wit broken by the,drop and he be well pleased.with::the splendid ... And all be happy on the golden shore. A.'Douglass. ; itR "
f,died:tlmoit. :instantly and without a exhibition of skillful playing. seen ,in carrying firearms. et: 1 He could'not explain'why Moore -- "*;,* '- .. '.,,.:LomB:'Wilke-v.--'sonl"..".., 4-=,I ... y ,",.,"'_
"Deputy James Crawford and Ser- had left him four one-dollar bills and H..M:Chastami!. \ _
%: .itrngfte. this match. He can never return to us we well "' r t'
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1.-1-; 'Moore-met his doom in a 'coura- i Mr. W .H. Phillips as umpire and geant Detective ,William A. Cahoon twenty cents in coins in his pocket know, Do'Wti Manmng 5 -
flinched went to Fernandina .last night and and he later arrested Bald- Mrs. J.-F.. Siegtt t:, ;!
1isttued.- He never nor I Mr. N. Sternburg as linesman; show- was at But to our dear little darling we can .!'.: :; ,
' seemed to enjoy the oc- ed that they know how to dischargethe I'identified the negro as Moore. He was win and brought to Starke and lodgedin surely go. ,J..McKinney.T'' \> JY": '. ,
f ,,:;i e afc :.better.'than any person prestit.t duties of their respective positions brought ,to this city last night and the county'jail Monday.. Some talk So off with our grief, disappointment S. H. Moore. I'. '. J

: He said he was ready,to go and in a manner satisfactory to all placed in the county jaiL of lynching Dorsey was heard and, and sorrow, f, A.: B. Fletcher,.r. ... '.-i.:, "
V..4his'actions to his words. concerned,'contestants as well as the "In conversation this morning the in the absence of Sheriff S. B. Den- This old life here is no longer than jA.Tride.BRADFORD: ,' "
I fUpoa'. the. scaffold were Sheriff S., spectators. negro desperado talked freely of his I mark, Deputy Sheriffs W. W. and G. tomorrow. V" '
; ,'f.B.1:; .!,Denmark- ;, :Deputy Sheriff W. W.I series of escapades in the past few W. Baisden spirited Dorsey away to COUNTY" NEWS. .

3tt:1aIideD:> ; Deputy Sheriff Dyal'Mallory Sunday morning, and Deputy:Sheriffs days and admitted killing Deputy Gainesville Monday evening for safe- Ah, dear darling, how we'miss yon, PAPERS. '-- "- ,.n.. .J -
5 -J colored ministers and the Sheriff Andrews in Raiford, stating keeping. ,-
ane* four, Lucius Haddock and Jim Crawford, But now your home is better than we j ; = {
f G. E. Kelyi&J that the deputy has interrupted a Bradford county should certainly I r
t ..i'r foUo; ni twelve jurymen: who located the negro on the Mon. can give you., I >
T. J. Beck S. T. In attempt the KILLED TRAIN. feel proud of her battery of excellent
: Roberts, crief road near Thirteenth street. crap game. an on BY Ah, it was hard to give you up 0
ft Dowling, T. M. Hagan A H. Haley, "When,the two deputies attemptedto part of two other negroes to interferehe t But not, our will;but His be done. newspapers. It is .indeed,a pleasure
= lt: Thomas, G. W. Johns,''J. 0. Ti- arrest the negro he drew a revolver shot both of them, one of whom Wilson Godfrey, colored, was struck o' to read them each week/or' they are'

:?1 bn, A.;,Williams, M. W. Mann and and began to fire at them.: One of may die from his wounds. He stated by a southbound freight ,train one Weep not'tor him when you stand by bubbling',over with live and interesting .. ? '
i J to 'J. McKhmey.f the bullets tore through Deputy Sheriff that he had planned to kill a few of mile apd a half north of Starke, Sat- his grave, ne nd'bOosts for their county.
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1 ..," Haddock's coat collar, while an- the "Crackers" before he was taken urday evening at.7 o'clock. One arm Think of the crown all the ransomed The Bradford County Telegraph is one f
) ".Ttie following account of the mur- other pierced his coat sleeve. into custody. was broken and his skull crushed' and shall have. of-the oldest and best papers.in .the 1 B
!T 1 >T&e iaph of'February 6: ly, and the negro ran down the road. boarded a railway train and rode the Godfrey was under the influence of: save, years of useful service for' Bradford ,'t": ii

"o t"Will T. Andrews, son of.Hon. A.I For some distance the running contin- blind baggage car to Yulee, where. ho liquor a tthe time of the accident. He For he has gone; he is gone. county. The Telegraph: conductedby .. j
I =;D. Andrews, of Raiford, was shot and ued, but the negro desperado managed was captured. He stated that it was came from Jacksonville Saturday af- Messrs. Matthews and Bobbins '1

,J killed:Sunday morning about 4:30 to make his escape. Deputy Sheriff only through good forethought on the ternoon on the 4.49 train with a sup- Go at the close .of a bright summer both old experienced newspaper 'men ,
t : -.,'do t, by Will Moore .colored,-who Haddock believed that he woundedthe part of the special agent in grabbinghis ply of liquor. He was noticeably intoxicated day, and brilliant' writers. The Bradford '' "
is a i valso shot and seriously wounded two negro." pistol that he did not kill him." at the time and started up Come when the sun sheds its last linl I County Times .at Lake ,Batler,.is under
i. l. "negroes'. .who'tritd to protect Andrews. After the revolver fight with the Hon. A. D. Andrews, the father of the railroad track. It is supposedthat gering ray. I the management of A S. Hearn,
; ofThe'tragedy occurred at the house officers near Jacksonville' on Monday the murdered man, and some ,of his he became sleepy and sat downor Come and rejoice that he has passed : who has had, wide 'experience in several \ 4
t : Dorsey near Williams and evening, Moore escaped in the dark- friends believe the motive for the lay down on the ends of the ties. I' states' in the newspaper game.
i RenfroeYmill,, about two miles east I ness and he was not,seen again until murder was robbery and think there The engineer saw him there and re- For he away has,gone; he is gone. The Times is'a booster.ad its' editor
J' of Raiford, where a crap game was in he was arrested at Yulee by a special was a concerted plot on the part of versed his engine, but it was impos- is' just the man to put LakeButler: on ?'

{?}'progress. The game was interrupted agent of tlfe Seaboard railway and several negroes to that end. sible to stop the long train in timeto Praise ye the Lord, he has freed from :the map if the business.ijie'n stick to
'( :., by.',the" entrance of Andrews, which I taken to Fernandina upon a charge of Mr. Andrews was thought to havea avoid the accident., all care, -. him. The Raiford ,Tribune is a new
!, fl enraged Moore, and he began to shoot carrying concealed weapons, the following -I large sum of money with him at Serve, the' Lord* that His' bliss you paper in' a practically new town,'but' 4
i at Andrews, the first bullet striking account of which appeared in the time of the tragedy which he had GOOD ROADS NOTES.The ye share. \ this youngster is a huslcy one and so K
, s jt'the cheek bone under the right eye. the Florida Metropolis of Wednes- received from the sale of some cross- Look may on high and believe he is 'is the town. F. B. Tieknor is the' '
: fl1'be f aecond shot struck Andrews in day: ties. Out of money he was known to country road is a most impor- up there editor,of the Tribune and if Raifqrd -

- i'-the right,breast under the collar bone I "Will Moore, the negro desperado have paid $50 to J. R. Dowling. The tant factor in rural life. For he has, he is wants to continue its rapid strides toward ;'
:. 4..rod the 'third shot entered the back who has confessed to the murder of remainder was principally in one dollar A well kept road is an ear mark ofa gone; gone. the':front, the' peopVe have but = '

' |voder,the right shoulder blade, pass- Deputy Sheriff W. T. Andrews, of bills, which made it seem to' be a well-bred population. Farewell, darling, farewell, for aye, to stand behind the Trili .-Mac- .
; la *i,through the body and emerged Bradford county, on last Sunday very large sum of money and it is Highway improvement is' always We will try to meet on Judgmentday. clenny Times.. ::
from the leftloin.! Death was almostietaneous. morning, and to have attempted to thought that this fact' aroused the followed by better living conditions.The you
1 Yancy Michael, col- murder Deputy Sheriffs Lucius Had- cupidity of the negroes, especially next best thing to a good homeis -By. a relative. FEDERAL-TAXES ON)FIRE I INSURANCE n
;; !k eyed;.and an unknown negro who were dock: and James Crawford when about Moore and Dorsey, the latter of whom a good road by which to reach it. POLICIES.
" ;I"l a >ltaemt, attempted'to protect An- to be placed under arrest Monday was arrested on suspicion Monday. Although good roads are expensiveto
':i.****;] "Moore shot Michael in the evening near the corner of Moncrief Dorsey told the officers that he was construct, they are of too much AN ESSAY. BY CANNING CLUB The Federal tax of,ote-half: of one f

t ,arm and fatally wounded the.un-... avenue and Thirteenth street, is to- not at his house when the killing occurred Value to be neglected.Good GIRL. per cent on_stock fire insurance premiums
: '. n negro in the back. day confined in the Duval county jail but that he was near enoughto I roads and streets are the ar- enacted by the Federal Government -
: After the shooting Moore made his awaiting his return to Raiford by hear the shooting and started to- teries of community circulation anda The first thing I did was to fix my ,to take Affect December 1, 1914,

: :; Moape..: ,Dogs were taken to the Sheriff S.,B. Denmark. ward the house. He further stated town without them is retrogres- tenth and fertilize it. requires these tax stamps t5 be affixed j'
i .e' but failed to pick up the trail "Owing to .the .fact that enraged that Moore came out of the house sing.The Second, was to plant my. seed in to all fire insurance policies to ,
; t 'unknown hoboes on their way to citizens of Bradford county are con- and met him at the pump, where he rising generation of America bowls for setting out._ make such policies'or contracts of insurance '
! J tod, met Moore on the Baldwin gregating in preparation for lynchingthe demanded money out of Dorsey at will demand quicker intercommunication Third, I kept the' plants watered a valid instrument. The ruling r

t, Maid(and he told them that he had negro if he is brought back there the point of a pistol and that Moore than is possible on any of: the good. of, the board of insurance commissioners ;-
. .i;'toed'r'Andrews; and two negroes. by Sheriff Denmark today, the trip took the money out of,Dorsey's pock- country roads of,today. Fourth, I made up the beds for set- of the state of :f lt 'men are being held as witness- has been postponed indefinitely by the ting out. that ,the companies issufo ;these. policies + ,J
a ,.. (In the'case. ,sheriff.' In a message received from I i I'l 111111111111111111111111'l 11111111111111111111111 Fifth, I set them out and kept them 'shonld pay this taJ.,' = F
:' 1 The parents of Moore live in Jack- Raiford today it is learned that the + watered good. .I Under the provisions of Section 29,
1J;&VuVand it was thought he would negro murderer has little chance to + Sixth, I hoed them and shaded them Acts of 1913, Laws of Florida, agents'
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01oto'that\ ; city sooner or later and escape death at the hands of the citizens SELECT RIGHT KIND OF FERTILIZER. with palmetto fans from the sun. of insurance companies in!this state ,
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1t 1e1)uval county authorities were who are intent upon avengingthe + + Seventh, I pruned them. are forbidden paying xhis .taL'The t
a rn td to.be on the lookout for him. death of Deputy Andrews. + Ths good farmer studies his soil and learns'what kind of fertiliz- + Eighth, I staked them. payment of this tax by finsuranwi; n t
l i\1Jb!'pen development in the case "Moore was arrested about eight 4' er is best suited to his soil and crops he wants to grow. 'If he + Ninth, I.kept the worms picked off agents in this state would;constitute
. I'I'i i! thus described in the TimesUnioni o'clock Monday night at;Yulee by a + wants to grow potatoes it is one land and for cotton ,or com another + them. a rebate, forbidden by thVVection; of, ,
'i febeauq 3a :, special agent of the Seaboard Air + kind is better. So. Mr. Merchant, you must study your business + And then they rotted.CANNING law above referred to'and would tub-* ;
: 'fj ,;}... .:d. petite revolver fight was Line Railway and taken to Fernan field to determine the kind of advertising to use. + CLUB GIRL jest'them to the penalties prescribed, '
11\\ '",['lure yesterday at about 6 p. m. dina; charged with carrying concealed .The Telegraph covers a big field;! and through its advertising col- +' by law. '):',

>>. W"lI' Moore, the' negro who' weapons + umns you can'drill in your f ertili;er& + Mr. S. H. Moore, of.Raiford, transacted J."'C. LUNING
{, :ito bays killed Will T. An- seat' Stat 'I asurer. i
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FRIDAY Decent
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::4 ,'AGRICULTURAL COURSE Hiss Wells and Miss Harris will be IMPROVING THE ,BREED BY I'
in charge of club members and will be LAW. -

in dw'ge'of classes in cooking and I Beef and Milk' A-plen yK
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sewing. The'seniorS in tome economics -
That the enforcement "Cured"Mn.JayMckeolStepb
; This Week and Next will assist in class work, Miss through legal Cattle are kept for two purposes;for beet proAictkm 0 .', .
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agencies principles eugen- and for milk production. To do enter right Aare otaalE_
Palmer and Miss Clark'of home econ- ics, admirable as they.are, belongs to they must be neanhy. There Is nothing beterto Ge ad
Program for short course for which omics department,. assist in planning a future ideal state of society, and keep them is continued good health or to hake 1riaa men t .._
writes -For them wefl quickly when slcktban a few dose Iffey s
'18 scholarships have been provided work and exhibit not to the present imperfect present, envflle' Texts dolts cf

.by county boards of education and is the opinion of such authorities'as due (9) cars I suffered wife STOCKMEDICINE STOCK.
' DANGERS bad
HIDDEN womanly trouble. I terdbIe
for canning flub Dr. William Mahon superintendentof Bee Dee ,
public spirited men hesdacbes, and pates in ; '.'
prize winners, 1915. the Manhattan state hospital and .
7 Nature Gives Timely Warnings That my back etc. ttseemedtstf ... -' -,...
November 30. chairman of the Medio-Psychological Stirs die Brer Drtof
Monday, op ..
No Starke Citizen Can Afford I wadd die, suffered see Attest t"k'
Tallahassee straighten out association's committee which has ik>sar
Arrive disease poisons sway. 1
To Ignore. I decided to try Cardd, trot
-i: rooms and place exhibits. Meet.in studied the subject with scientificcare the woman's tonic, and it
;t nning dub room to get acquainted and certainly without prejudice The ,
DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes helped me right away.
| immediately. &ftersupper": from the kidney secretions.'They will against any practicable scheme for bin treatment not only helpedme p
Tummy race improvement. The conclusionsof "
weak. me, It cured me.
when the kidneys are
,3' 11:00-: 9:00-Lecture, Tallahasseeand warn you the committee were supported by
Well excrete a clear, amber
f k" College, Dr. Conradi. Outline kidneys the society at its meeting, when reso- TAKE
fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a c Insure
I E; : work for short course. lutions advocating ."clean bills" of With
} thin, pale and foamy, or thick red, f I
I : 10:00-12:30-Cooking. health and "evidence of normal mind" ;
full of sedimentand :,
urine
t: ': ...3:00- 4:00 Visit to town, to pur- ill-smelling in candidates .for marriage licenses Cardui
irregular of passage. J. R. DAVIS & COMP t
; chase material for sewing les- DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes were emphatically rejected by it. 1
sons. Like most reformers, the eugenistmove
from the back. Back pains, dull and STARKE FLORIDA
t 6:3G- 7:15-Visit recreation hall of too fast. They would remak'e a ,
1 _. college girls. heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest world over night, and change the hab- The Woman's ToolcCardtd
weak kidneys and in that case warn And Wear
/ 2 8:00-Meeting of one-half its of a free race by writing a law on That Satisfy
.r of the danger of dropsy, gravel
a'
an hour in canning club room. you the statute books. Not only would belps women in time

Wednesday. and Pills Bright's endorsed disease. by Doan's thousands.Here's Kidney. the course which they advocate fail of greatest need because It Smile. y-

A 8:009:00 -t Lecture, history of are to accomplish the purpose they desire contains ingredients which act

s Florida, Miss Brevard.lOOO12,30C00king. a Starke proof: but it would inevitably bring in yet gently on the
Hansford Austin, farmer, Starke, weakened
; its train unnecessary suffering and womanly organs.
t
t 2:004:00Sewing.. Fla, says: "It has been some little lawlessness. But this is not to say So if you feel discouraged,
while since I used Doan's Kidney
1 : 4:00- 6:00-Walk on campus, visit : that their crusade will accomplish no blue, out-of-sorts, unable to
. !, | to gymnasium. Pills, but I know the remedy helpedme. good. On the contrary, as Dr. Mahon do your household work on ONE

- I t. 1:008:00Lecture, Home Physical I was having trouble from my says: account of your condition stop _
back all the time and Doan's Kidney
[ Culture, Miss Elder. "I do not think that, as educationof worrying and give Carded a LARGE.BOTTLE.
W 1 Pills cured me. Others of the family triaL It has helped thousandsof
Thursday. the people continues, and the lay
f .f: 8:009:00 Lecture, Eng., writ. have also, used this remedy with good public becomes more and more fa- women,-why not you?
results. I don't mind praising it"Price
; > ing essays, Miss Longmire. miliar with the consequences of the TryCarduL E-71

I 10:00-11:00-Guests of college at the 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply marriage of unfit persons, the health I 4 Feel bad, do you?' Worn out? Tired? i -
ask. for kidney remedy- tDoan's '
i {\ chapeL a of a prospective husband or wife will What you need !isROSE'S
that
Kidney Pills-the same
-
: 11:001:00Cooking.2:004:00Sewing. exert a more and more powerful influence -
Mr. Austin had. Foster-Milburn I )
\ ; ,'-, and that love will move withina MEDICINAL
Co Buffalo, N. Y.
Props.,
}: ;' 4:00-. 6:00-rAutomobiIe ride by the narrower, range and reason in a wi USING GROUND LIMESTONE.By MALT WHISKEY :
It citizens of Tallahassee.
METHOD IN MADNESS. der.It Ii *"
,. 7:00-Meeting in canning will be observed that Mr. Mahon ( P. H. Rolfs). ow_ Builds muscle andfieso.! Sends fheioef aROSE

club room. Bill does not exclude love from his high- The amount of ground limestone to south bOnndingthrough Stiaal -
o'
; Buy a bale cotton, Jou-me< : t
.. ;;. Friday. Buy a heavy ham. ly educated, sensitive and responsibil- be used will vary greatly accordingto ,bat palatable{ lite any gooc111'biSUc kO i

v 8:009:00Lecture, pictures for Buy a bar'! of'apple sass, ity-acknowledging society. He restricts 'the acidity of the particular pieceof BIGFREEOFFER ed wiTto Decent 20 NEDHIt
the home Miss Williams. Visit its field somewhat extend- d
of jam. by land, even different parts of the
': 1 Buy a jar. .. .... ...., ..... .=... is :1 Medicinal. Malt and 1 will send free "'q
:. < to art studios. .,i t,,..."' i. ... .-- .... ",- :", :.1.. ..3..0.P ing the province of reason. Nor same acre showing different degreesof bottle foe bottles you oneeztnlar MALT 1/ -
I "': I l.- ,making of Matiaallerpreas'provided "
t.Y 00-10:00-Visit to college kinder- Buy a box of oranges, this a mere dream. Most persons acidity. A soil that is only slightly you use -- ; ;

; .t garten. Buy a car of oats. have knowledge of cases in which a I acid will need from one,to two tons THIS CO UPON COUPON-TU*offer expire. Decanter 29:

'II0OO-12:30-C00king. Buy yourself a suit of clothes, strong passion, has been curbed and of ground limestone; soils that are: E-61 DonttorgetDMextoiUttltof HadteiMlJUaEOSE -
2:004:00Sewing.. overcoatsBuy the natural desires of those possessedby decidedly acid will require about twiceas atttsrla aaralat \
Buy some. .. .. _...... .....-.. I .u.,1ISIII.t ; Please: tkip&efyHovi g:
,
6:00-Supper served by the 'j I .&c"-"' : .n ,'.,. -..... i' -.-.' ...14'.: :. them restrained through the ope- much; and some of our most acid ,
: second year dom. sc. class. yourself a ton of hay, : ration of a realization of physical or soils will be benefitted by as much as KENTUCKY '

8:00-Meeting with Miss Buy a load of bricks.t mental unfitness for their fulfillmentOne 8 to 12 tons per acre. Many farm .I

1'I 3..' '. Harris, parlors east balL I Buy a pair of rubber boots, of Dr. Doyle's stories is based crops are benefitted by an applica- 1 AJ.Ao5CCo.Alama

., Saturday. I Buy a flock of chicks. on'an incident of this nature, and we tion of ground limestone, even when Wsamle.11a. Express Office,
.\ 9.-00-10:00 Visit college infirmary.' presume that scarcely a medical mano the soil does not show acidity. Plantsof Sa.- t taM tl
i
rr.w
t. Lecture home nursing, Buy yourself some chewing gum, nthe roster is unacquainted with. the .legume family .are especially uIJ Qfgro .
college nurse. cases of this kind. benefitted such ." '
by application. Cel-
,' Buy it by the box. an &7.D.or 8t-- Jtialt J
,
: 10:00-12:30-Cooking. Buy yourself an auto, What the Medico-psychological as- ery, lettuce, cabbage, citrus fruits, -

200.- 4:00-Sewing. Buy a dozen sox. sociation has done is to acknowledgethe hay and forage crops, generally pre- -

4:00- 600-Visit to places of historical -..,; impotency of law to bring abouta fer a large supply of lime in the soiL

"j .,, interest around Talla- condition that be attained only
Buy a year's subscription, can Watermelons, on the other hand, do
hassee.J .. education. If other societies MR. FARMERSTALK
\ Pay it in advance, through well on an acid soiL !
., 7:00-: Open meeting'college Then your friend, ye editor, would recognize, as it does, that all When to Apply Ground Limestone.It ?

I .. literary societies.. Can buy a pair of pants. progress is not measured by satutory:' is best.to apply ground limestoneto ft f\ I! Lowest :Price'
;' *.' Sunday enactments, a good mischievous -
many
-j Exchange. the soil a considerable time before $25 '.' ;
t I. Girls will visit churches and Sunday laws would soon cease to cumber the crop is planted The application CUTTERS Ever Off.

school of their choice with college COTTON GINNED IN FLORIDA the books; and were the money expended should be made before plowing, as _-

( girls. In the evening will attend in ineffectual' efforts to en- this will give an opportunity to incorporate SYRUP CANS, DIPPERS and SKIMMERS,

.' the Y.'W. C. A. of college. ,Wm. J. Harris, Director of the cen- force them devoted to the, cause of the material more evenly _

"'. .; ,' ...,.".* > Monday.' .. I sus, department of commerce, announces education the advent of ideal condi- with the soil, and will give the bene- CANS, SAUSAGE MILLS, I; STUFFERS J

s 8:00- 9:00-Visit to high school of the preliminary report of tions might be brought appreciably ficial soil organisms fa. opportunityto

Leon ,countj.9OO11OOCookinc.. cotton ginned by counties in Floridafor closer. increase to large numbers.If DEWITT JONES .

> the crops of 1914 and 1913.. The it has not been possible to apply ; "&
Prompt Action Will Stop Your Cough
12:00-1:00- Sewing. report was made public for the stateat ground limestone before the soil is :"
When you first catch a cold (often fingers do not touch it, since the there is much land that is fitted *
3-00- 5:00-Public canning demonstration 10 a. m. on Saturday, November broken up, it may be applied before per-
I. on campus. 21. The amounts for the different indicated by a sneeze or cough"It), planting time. It is advisable, how- spiration from the hands is usually ly for grazing purposes. This feai-

Tuesday. counties for the crops of 1914 and break it at once. The idea that ever, to apply'it a considerable time acid enough to turn the blue to pink, if it were properly seeded to gnss.

'. *< .9OO-10:00-Lecture) home furnish- 1913 are furnished for publication in does not matter" often leads to serious before one wishes to use fertilizer, and in testing soil after the paper that would! furnish grazing forcat

.' ing,'Miss Clarke. the local papers. Quantities are in complications. The remedy that since the acid phosphate of the ferti- has been handled a false reaction may tle, would 'be some of the most p

11:00l:00Cooking. running bales, counting round as half easily and immediately penetrates the lizer on coming in contact with the occur. The soil to be tested must not fitable in the country. ",:
lining of the throat is thekind 'de- be too dry. A small amount of soil Shipping facilities here are telethon
2:00- 4:00 Sewing.Ml bales. Linters are not included. ground limestone is likely to be reverted -
. 4:00- 6:00 Visit to Mrs. Trammell County 1914 1913 manded. Dr. King's New Discovery more quickly than desirable. may be taken up, and if it'can be in most places. The markets

at Governor's mansion. Alachua _____________ 6,335 5,261 soothes the irritation, loosens the Formerly it was considered neces- pressed into a good ball it usually the country can be reached easily td

I z 7:00-Guests of Y. W. C .A. Baker ___..?__________ 535 562 phlegm. You feel better at once. "It sary to have the limestone ground into contains enough moisture to show the quickly. There is rail and irate,

at games after supper. Bradford ____________ 2,722 2,227 seemed to.reach the very spot of mycough" a very fine powder; later experi- reaction. Break the ball of soil open transportation to the big popolatJa

t Wednesday. Columbia i._________ 2,926 2,282 is one of many honest testi- mentation has shown that a rather and place two strips of paPer (blue centers, and the matter of shippi(

j 10:00-Cooking.. Hamilton ____________ 3,545 2,660 monials. 50c at your druggist. '(1) more coarsely ground limestone is and pink) in the break, then press either beef or cows on the hoof wwfi

10:00 .12:30-Visit to capital to meet Holmes _______:______ 3,930 3,321 RING AROUND. quite as beneficial and more lasting.Dr. tightly together again. .In the course be a simple'one.. There is no long expensive

Governor Trammell and offi- Jackson ___________19,104 16,226 Hopkins, of the Illinois Experi- of ten minutes examine, and if the haul that wears the fivestod

cers of the state cabinet. Jefferson ____________ 5,387 3,547 Mary' had a little ring, 'twas given ment Station, considers that the lime- paper has been thoroughly wetted the out like a, shipment from Men

2:00- 400Sewing. Lafayette ____d______ 516 493 her by Joe, stone is ground fine enough if it can condition of the soil may be noted. If points to Chicago, for instance"*

;, :00- 6:00-Visit to gymnasium. Leon ________________ 3,631 2,750 And everywhere that Mary went pass through a sieve with 10 meshesto the blue litmus paper has turned pink like shipping from Texas points b

: 7:008:00..cuests Of the dramatic Madison ____________ 6,496 3,408 that ring was to the inch. the soil is acid. If the pink paper Chicago. Beef cattle could be'P

:; club. Suwannee ___________ 4,497 3,467 She took the ring with sure her go.one day Since there are included in this ma- has turned blue the soil is alkaline.If out in the!big centers in much ka'

o Thursday. I Washington __________ 1,939 1,455 when she went out to tea, terial all the finer particles that are no change in color occurs the soil time, at much less expense, and >*>

. 9:00- 9:30-Lecture, Mrs. W. S. All Others ___________ 4,340 5,458 Where she might show it to the produced in grinding, a sufficient is neutral. The degree of aciditycan much better condition than'ther.COUbe
be told in a general by the shipped:from far western points
Jennings. girls who numbered twenty- amount of lime will be available at way

9:30-10:00-Lecture, Miss Okie C. Total ______________65,903 53,217 three. once for the needs of the plants. degree of pinkness if the paper was In recent:years more attention to
f .. : Painter. Most Florida Soils Are Acid. formerly blue. The subsoil as well been paid to the higher grades of C31
And when the girls all the ring
saw
: 10:00 1:00-Awarding of state GOVERNMENT RECEIPT FOR they made ado The soils of Florida are for the as the soil should be tested. tie, and good herds have been dev*
a great ,
!
\ prize of $100.00to state win- WHITE WASH. And all exclaimed in chorus: "Hasit most part made up of silicious particles oped in Flo=;da. The cattle indoJ

ner, Mrs. Jennings represent- Half a bushel of unslaked lime, at last got 'round to You?" and have an available alkali or A TEST FOR LIVER COMPLAINT is just starting. The only hindraitfto

J : ing Woman's Clubs, and a slake with warm water; cover dur- base to neutralize any acidity. In a Mentally Unhappy-Physically Dull its growth is that the country1not

/. i : representative' bankers as- ing the process to keep in the steam; Sick Headache. few cases where an abundance of The liver, sluggish and inactive, yet prepared for heavy product sri*

sociation. Awarding of gold strain the liquid through a sieve or Sich headache is nearly always limestone occurs in our surface soil first shows itself in a mental state -because of lack of pastures *
&
I. .- watches Miss Painter to I strainer add it is corrector of unhappy and critical. Never is there enough feed production. With
by ; a peck of salt well dissolved caused by a disordered stomach. Correct -a acidity, but by far >>
I nothing
l- county prize winners. in warm water, three poundsof them and the periodic attacks of the larger percentage of our sandy joy in living, as when stomach and details supplied, there is *

11:001: -Cooking. ground rice boiled to a thin paste sick headache will disappear. Mrs. soils are acid.. liver are doing their work. Keep your prevent Florida from being the wori B

2:004:00sewing.. and stir in boiling hot, half a poundof Jno. Bishop, of Roseville, Ohio, writes Our muck soils are nearly all acid, liver active and healthy by using Dr. profitable cattle country in the

4:006:00Second canning demon- powdered Spanish whiting and a "About a year ago I was troubled I there being very few exceptions. King's New Life Pills; they empty and the price of beef goes up'P

'; stration. pound of glue, which has been pre- with indigestion and had sick headache These, are not only acid, but very the bowels freely, tone up your stom- year. The demand for cattle is Meta P&

1:00- 8:00-Guests of home econo- viously dissolved over a slow fire and that lasted for two or three daysat strongly so, and frequently require a ach, cure your constipation and pur- er every ye Jacksonville

mics club. Lecture by Mr. Mc- add five'gallons of hot water to the a time. I doctored and tried a very large amount of ground lime- ify the blood. 25c at all druggists. clis. .

:/ ,, Quarrie and Mr.. Pace on gar- mixture; stir well and let it stand number of remedies but nothing help- stone to correct the acidity. Bucklen's Arnica Salve excellent for *

: i dening. for a few days keeping it covered to ed me until during one of those sick addition to the fact that most of piles. .(1) Keep It Handy For Rheumatis .

". t't Friday.9:001:00iCookfng. exclude dirt. It, should be put on spells a friend advised me to take our soils are naturally acid, this con- ) *
... \ l'j. and serving hot. One pint of the mixture properly Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine dition is intensified by some of our A CATTLE COUNTRY.In No use to squirm and rheumatismwill wince

z luncheon to invited guests. applied will cover a square yard. relieved me in' a short time.. For fertilizers, especially where large Florida today there are some as try to wear :out your

2:00- 4:00.:-Sewing completed and Small brushes are best. Thers is sale by all dealers. amounts of sulphate of ammonia are fine herds of cattle as can be found wear you out instead.Needs

exhibition of work. nothing that compare with it for out used. When such materials are broken anywhere. There is no country where some Sloan's'Liniment: aIl ,101<.

" 4:006:00Lecture, Mr. Barber ont side or inside work, and it retains its up, as they are in the process of cattle may be produced in large quan- it -just let it penetrate i""

tomato culture. brilliancy for years. Coloring matter RUBMYTISMWill being made available to plants, the tities, kept in good condition, and ; the affected parts, relieve the You r.-

= Visit plots of horticultural .may be put in and made of any Rheumatism acid radical is left'in the soiL This need as little shelter and as little I ness and draw the pain. bed

class. shade, Spanish brown, yellow ochreor Neuralgia cure, your Headaches, Cramps, fact was brought out in our experi- stored feed is in Florida. ease at once.and feel so much and tea

: 1:00- 8:00-Packing trunks prepa- common clay.COLDS Colic Sprains, Bruises, Cuts and mental citrus grove and noted in our This state produces many grasses you want to go right out Sloan'
tory to returning home. annual that almost the other sufferers about
o t. Barns,Old Sores,Stings of Insects report. are good pasturage, for"
J Saturday. I & LaGRlPPE Etc. Antiseptic Anodyne,used internally How to Test For Soil Acidity.Soil entire twelve months of the year. bottle of Sloan's Liniment
: have
and
G : Visit to normal school and extersaJ'y. Price 25c. may be tested readily for acid- There are other grasses and hay cents of any druggist d
and town. 5 or 6 doses 666 will break ity. This can best be done in the crops'that will produce abundantlyand the house-against colds,. sow .1

11:00-12:00-Awarding of certificates any case of Child.&'Fever, Colds Invigorating to the Pale and SicklyThe field. Procure strips of litmus paper furnish ample feed for livestockof swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica back i

by Dr. Conradi. & LaGrippe; it acts on the liver from the drug store, of both kinds, all kinds when there is no green like ailments. Your money ..I

Noon departure for better than Calomel and does not GROVE'S Old Standard TASTELESS general chill rtrenzthenin TONIC drive* tonic.oat pink and blue. In using this litmus feed for them. not satisfied, but it does give ((1 I

!''.' home. gripe or sicken. Price 25c. tcn.Ualana A true nncbes Uuuc.tbe For blood adults jodtxiildi and p-children n p the sy Sec.- paper, care should betaken that the Land is comparatively cheap and instant relief. Buy a bottle toda&" i ii I

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THE BRADFORD COUNT :TELEGRAPIL>> .
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Decemb 4,. 1914 .
--
,J >;,- and particulars of the' ecsape u"e' on the night of the fire, which was I I 1 -=====:

not yet been received here owing to discovered at ,o'clock in the .a

STATE NEWS the lack of telephone, communication.I ing. One of CorweU's boys morn-I I Bradford
tV& County
tl : The sheriff received a call shortly after inmate of the reform school and had j

".,.,...'o........._.L- noon to hurry to the scene and he escaped on the afternoon before the', '
'j' left in' an automobile with a number fire. People who know Colwell and Y

;.'.qtr; ; Are. :Happening' All' Florida of'deputies. He was to have communicated are reluctant to believe that he is J I Abstract Company::'

g That with other deputies at 4 o'clock guilty of incendiarism hold the opinion .

j As Told By Our ExchangesOver this afternoon, but nothing'has been that he was near the buildingto A complete record Bradford County lands J

a WJ heard from him and it is supposed he look for his son. A warrant was Land Title Real Estate InVestmenI

Ot'11 ; is on the trail of the escaped prisoners sworn out for Colwell after the coro-

/ .:'1'f:' .:,.L; shell fish eommiJ-l bile tourist, is enjoying a trip thru and is away from all communications. ner's probe and Sheriff Bowles wentto ..:!:.

!i i,1'.f.tJ_,;i'.w t. .-to be **' !the East, ostensibly advertising this The revolt was led, accordingto his home this morning in,the northern I'll' II 1 1 III III III ill !

firm to take moving state, will be interested to learn that reports, by four strangers, who had part of the county and effected l

yicture industry at the Troy (N. Y.Times, one of the been sentenced for short terms for his arrest. Colwell is, a farmer and :

:.of the oyster papers which Thomas claimed as vagrancy and it is believed two of the has never been arrested before. + CIVIC PRIDE. !
1L .1 ;
,WI rr4M fathering his scheme, has written to men are wanted elsewhere, else they .

l' 4 i .;; the'next few days it is exthat --. Florida inquirers that it has no con- would not have committed murder Mr. Richard Croker and bride were 1 1 in 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ;

) United States nection whatever with, Thomas with only about two more weeks to in Jacksonville Friday enroute to '
.t of
a fleet The front yard is a pretty
.-. will arrive in p.nsaeo1a knows nothing about him and his serve. Two guards were in charge of aim Beach to spend,the winter. Mr. dex to the kind of people that '; q,_

in connection tour, and cares less Thomas workeda the camp in which there were only Croker's bride, who is 23, is 50 years *
the house. It's
fall practice a fairly
;... stationed smooth proposition on numbers of thirteen convicts it was located five ytranger than her husband, is taller bya
1 navy aeroplanes phecy of the conditions
.* people.in this part of,the state. He miles from any settlement. One of fraction than he is, slender and you
ing to in the
'place.i find yard
has been printing a "log" of his jour- the guards was overpowered and his lithe, erect in carriage, and walks
: t- house and clean back
a yard
*.jjtii. hit week totally destroyed the ney in the afternoon paper. Willis gun and pistols taken from him. The with the swing of a trained athlete.In ,
., means good sanitary
'. Jamber mill belonging to H.-L. Powell took the lead in showing up other guard, who, was asleep, awoke fact, she said she was a lover of y ;
the entire establishment.
'r, jtuated at Raleigh, between the scheme and now those who con- and offered resistance, when he was ,, outdoor sports, and especially fond of Good looks count. First 's

a"and Archer. The loss is es- tributed to Thomas' traveling expen killed. All of the convicts were short loresback riding and swimming, both
sions are hard to get
at $30,000, about, one-third ses are realizing that they have been term men serving less than one year. of which she expects to enjoy in this away
Florida in
f' > was covered by insurance "stung.-Tampa Tribune. state this winter. Her coal black hairis proportion to
I The cold wave of Friday and Satur- lation, probably has more
.jjents are already under way of a fineness one would not ex- t
jp The board of'county commissionersof day was the most severe that has year through, than any other
'J.the rebuilding of the plant. pect in hair of that color, was braid- .
have subscribedfor Florida in at the union. A good many of
Orange county I come upon many years
."Jtr.iJ = ed and worn as a coronet about her '
i!,BJrior George Butler arrived in the 750 copies of the Orlando Sentinel this period of the fall, and from in- head, the tinge of bronze in the front itors every year are

''fa yesterday, and will remain here to be mailed weekly for one yeSl"topeople formation received the vegetable adding an attractiveness to the ebon first trip to this part of the ,

:for w indefinite stay. The major has in other states. .. The list of crops have suffered much as far southas land, and how many of them
that is pleasing and at the same time
I been on a trip through Georgia and names were selected by the Orlando St. Petersburg. According to reports unusual She said t that the statement disappointed by their first

bat just returned. He has been con- board of trade and approved by the received by Chief DispatcherM. A very large share of the
that she had appeared in Indian costume -
,_jfarmg locating at Branford, but has chairman of the board of county commissioners H. McClamorch in the district of- the last stations in Florida, in the
Hippodrome stage
abandoned, the idea for the present This is the best possibleway fices of, the Atlantic Coast Line, the on is entirely without foundation.She and the little ones alike, 4 fS

fit kast: His many friends in Liven to advertise the resources of a bean crop was wiped out in this entire season the most'unviting. spots in
is proud of her one-fourth
'Oak:! ire always glad to see him.- county, and Orange county is to bo section-in fact, it is said that all the very ken bones and barrels, pieces {'
Indian blood, and in her carriage and
film Oak, Ilemicrat.yuiner congratulated upon -having such a t vegetables were killed except cab- I features shows the descent clearly.Mr. ber, bits of orange peel or

:' board of commissioners. lettuce and romaine. The low- and a thousand other
pregresisve bage,
killed a moccasin the, .Croker said he is out of politicsand
i The method of advertising the 1 here 22 degrees.I more or less, disgusting
same ejt temperature was
,.;.ffcaf'dsy"; which, measured 8 feet, 11 refrained from discussing same.
resources ,of Osceola county was Thick ice formed over in many places scattered about, and the
the river
while down on Ocala Banner. fiill
".long, '
land there. The adopted by the commissioners several and Saturday, although fair, was un- like a ; well, it is !

P.lliolbgover', laid there some wasn't room enough years ago and has proven most suc- usually cold, the wood.dealers hav- LISTEN DAUGHTER. it should be. These railroad ,

cessful. Gainesville Sun. fall. are the front yards to our
')i''car for himself and for the ing their big "first day" of the Pf

;.W they left the snake' to him- A small octopus, weighing about Many of those who had no warningof Listen, daughter, don"t go moping they reflect should credit be made blame

3<' f4ra, while. Iris said to be the eight pounds, was hooked recentlynear the cold wave lost their flowers around the house and sighing like a or on
who live there.
'tile of its kind ever seen for lack of protection. According to train loose air
the navy yard and was broughtto freight cutting the ;
Of the railroad
f?' 'around. here. InvernesslDslly'Watson the city as a curiosity by the man reports the lowest temperature recorded brakes; and don't be walking around course,
south of Gainesvillewere are responsible ,for these
at points
: who was expecting almost anythingelse with your eyes all puffed up and red t
Ocala 26 Center Hill, 24 and but it's a long way from
;.t.fiif Vi.oP but what was'on his hook when : ; from tears, simply because you can'thave
: a colored woman, St. Petersburg, 32. Center Hill and station to the general
he hauled the line in after some object clothes that wouldn't look good ;
ttw) was said to have been 100 years Webster sections are noted for their fice somewhere far away, and ,
I ha4 attached itself to the other anywhere except on one of those
1,'. if..'and very deaf,.was instantly truck farms, hence the damage in very much'concel11ed how the '
end of the line. The usual "tentacles"wore freak magazine-cover:girls. I know
n-killod by the northbound limited on those communities will be heavy. Not- and yard at Podunk are
features of the unusual object, its a pretty tough old world, from .
Vlke;Seaboard nearl Bushnell ,yester- withstanding the freezing weather, it station agent is supposed to
who it and whoclaimed of vision, because'your ma | ;
and saw your range ,
|/4iy afternoon.' The old woman was persons is not believed that citrus fruits were erything neat and clean. This ti
{
m.wBdng on the track and did not hear to know of what they spoke, hurt, and it is certain that the trees and I have forbidden you to wear ideas of what is clean and

flfce[ tram and when the engineer real- said the catch was an exceedinglysmall escaped injury. The above from the skirts that are too high and waists not be very highly developed
of the that'are too low. I know child that
.. one to what some same ,
.r.'lsed that she would not get off the Gainesville Sun shows clearly that may need stimulating by
;
attain. One of the of the other girls chasing
are
|track5:,h'was too late to stop. She species arms or South Florida has as cold weather as some of the town who have some
: bitten off 'butthe around the streets in costumes that ;
"months" had
been as
:. was not mutilated, but knocked from we have in this part of the state and ing remainder of local:
||the,track by the engine.-Ocala Star.. stub of the same remained. It that citrus fruits can be grown hereas would shame a bur1'sque'troupe and conception of the value of Mjl 1"1
,,; was claimed that these creatures never attracting lots of attention; but did
pressions, to nothing :
4 'Tamps- FIOrida schools have'ad- take a hook, and the explanation well as there. you ever notice just what kind of at- health and death say rates. ',,"

t.:vaneed in efficiency 50 per cent during of how this was caught was that the Miami-Miami and Dade countyare tention they attract? Of course you Some cities In Florida, a

-? the'last 12 months,. according to line was being hauled in after bait resting under the shadow of a haven't. You don't happen to be within them, have energetic s

|:GUI i M, Lynch',.of Gainesville, state had been stripped by some other fish, terrible crime that has shocked the earshot when some of the boys say have extended their efforts :

.t' superintendent of schools This has and the hook caught the curious object entire community and that will be what they really think about the ness beyond their own homes ,

f;eOm i hout'1arge1y through putting -Pensacola Journal read with horror throughout the state "other girls.. Thank' God you don't. public places. It's a pity : :-L

.' the rural school system on a business of Florida and elsewhere. With their You're too young to know those >
!basis and is'a direet' Truck has begun to move from this. I ida. towns t haven't
consequence' skulls crushed in a.blunt instru- things yet awhile J:
by
energetic with these
t!securing the services of county and within another two weeks I women #
competenttecbeL You the other girls laugh at
their bodies burned say. :
ment and beyond
practically all the farmers who are! tions. Some of these cities .r
The school theeta'
systems'of recognition, Adam A. Boggs, aged 45, your simple, pretty little frocks and
annual which
'v will be I they
: raising vegetables shipping spasm
according to Mr. Lynch, '
represent at freckles Let''em laugh!
I
and his beautiful daughter, your : '
produce to the markets. The first young "Clean-up Day. They line '
an investment of approximately
i'Marjorie, aged 18, were murdered That shows they ARE the other kind |
'
shipments of tomatoes and school children and show r
"rdidooo. peppers of Your mother and I met each l'l
girls.
were made this week. Eggplant ship-'I: early this morning in their country to,do, and the town is ; '
= 'Cry tal the home at Cocoanut Grove. The house other long, long ago. I loved her ; ;
i: SPrinrs-In, drilling of ments, .which began three or four nizable for three pf four
1 drainage. well on section 31, justl weeks 'ago, are heavier this week.I was fired to cover the crime. When enough- ask her to marry me and week. But it has a quick

f Nit of.town, the'drillers have discov- Crops throughout the county are reported neighbors arrived on the scene about she cared enough for me. to answer .does not recover until
f
|j red a very thick stratum of what isjoaowieed to be in fine condition. The i' 3 o'clock this morning the flames were "Yes. We've been happy ever since, strikes some one a year later

,; by several who have eximbMd rains during the past week came justin issuing from every window. A coro- haven't we Ma? Our marriage took. attack spreads. ;

it to,be phosphate rock. :Theeu time to assure excellent fruiting.!I j' ner's jury empanneled immediately It didn't take any\split' skirt or silhouette I I I Why not clean up and f

,, altered the stratum at about 20 The vegetable acreage in the county,: after daylight rendered a verdict that gown to make me fall in love Nearly every town in

. list below the surface and continued is considerable larger this season than i[ the two victims came"to their death. with your mother. She never had get used to it-the town ;'

|fc it down to,a depth of about 290 ever before. Eggplant is always the at the hands of unknown person or' such contraptions on in her life. AndI who ornament the v

i tom:: ,The well discontinued at Mr. Boggs didn't go prancing up and down
; ,was a leading truck crop, but beans, pep persons was a leading would come to appreciate it
t.{aslant of 297, feet, at which depth a pers, peas and tomatoes are being I'! member: of the Florida bar and an attorney Main street with a monkey hat on about it-and the result c

?food drainage vein was .struck. of national reputation gainedby the back of my head and a cigarette
I. raised in large quantities. The boost, an advertisement It
; straw-I I his fight on behalf of the fruit and poked out in front of my.face. I I '
:,:A'commission to handle the Ever-: berry crap will be of Let the other girls smile if they so unusual in Florida that
vegetable shippers of Florida for lesser
tfedos in the season. Just now the home. tation would spread far and
drainage commission it
taking want to, but just wait for the finish.
pert of.the hands of the state trustees market affords lettuce, green peas, I rates of transportation. He was You won't find the decent 'i But civic pride should not : ; 3
beans tomatoes Ber- a son of Dr. William E. Boggs, for- young fined to ,
,
for ,
fi tilt, internal improvement fund snap peppers appearances.
the kind I would want to give
chaps
rtWiI! :;in: probability be urged on muda onions, okra, summer ,squash,I merly chancellor of the University oft of the lecting them, it should
little girl to, marrying any
M the legislature! according to re- eggplants, etc, not to speak of the' Georgia and now pastor of the Pros- my"other girls." i healthfulness of the town. }

E'1t now being circulated on the citrus fruits, pineapples and other byterian church at Waynesville, N. C. tation is about the first
I That's right, have a good if
He occupied the chair of professor of cry you
luxuries, Kissimmee Valley Ga- securing general healthf
.
[t lypress, The'change is proposedpIt.Ion ,
want to, it'll do you good..: But remember "
in the of
history University
Georgiafor !
: zette. the local he
't of the fact that the trus- I dad knows best. So put on many places
,teen of the internal several years. Later he was sect ities are inactive. The
}" improvement fund Mr. J. B. Rivers is now the champion retary to Major Breckcnbridge, ambassador that pretty little dress, the one we ;
hart BO much additional business to t abundant supply of good :
sweet like-and we'll all to the
potato' grower of Clay. to Russia. He was all go mov-
associated -
fault of in almost
to that man
Attend unable de-
they are to
x county. Not that he grows more potatoes with Senator F. M. Hudson ing picture show and have some ice, 1
as
,
.rote the ; Florida. Nature has done
; attention to the
1 necessary t
than anybody else, but the afterwards. Hurry It's
'-des matte,. a member of the law firm of Hudson cream up Man has neglected his, ,
j largest On last Tuesday he dug out. and Boggs. The bereaved wife, who getting late, and we don't want to mere negligence or criminal

. } ifA' of his patch: two potatoes weighing in miss Warren Kerrigan. That's right,
; ;sweet potato weighing exactly :b i; is in New York, has been notified of i ness and indifference have
,,I'dblp ve the aggregate. 35 pounds-the larger, smile!
pounds, which was grown by i the death of her husband and daughter i the chances for even
.. I
< Mr.- Robert Blum, a mile north of weighing even 20 pounds! and,the other I : and is hurrying south. A son is I conditions.
THE HOE AND THE DOUGH.
ww: was sent to Ernest Monks at tipping the scale'at< 15 pounds.1 1! at school at Lake Placid, N. Y. Three The same is true about '

; jBe'Bernon, Pa., by parcel post this TlTey were a sight to look at, and I brothers survive, Lucian H., an attorney !I supply. People of a
' Mr. Blum is beat anything in the of a potato!I The man with the hoe has been recognized
way
one of our new i I at Jacksonville; Thomas H., a have to use poor milk or l 4
\\U Marc from Arizona and this potato we have ever seen. They were of the,, Baltimore doctor, and another brother by every age and nation as they don't want to. They

.iwa on new ground. He says early Golden variety, and grew from'I i I ,,also a doctor, in Atlanta. a fundamental source of prosperity, the article if they will Y

14 dug'one potato from the same vines set out last spring. When .M!;. and while our literature abounds with pure

1 b that weighed twenty pounds. It Rivers reported to some of his friends II I Marianna.-Charged with arson in encomiums in his behalf, the half has and should make be civic an effort pride to in get

...,J ltasd1ess. to add that Mr. Blum will that he had a potato weighing 20 connection with the burning, of one of: never been told. well in looks and

;;k.:44t- ,for food as long,, as he re- pounds, they, knowing him to be an I I I the main buildings of the state re- But the man with tho dough is side as impressions good but such

i. 1i iD Florida if he can raise po- honorable,and truthful man, could not form school on the night of November equally as important at this period of Florida

,hW {;Rte these.-BunneU Tribune. doubt him but still said they wouldbe 18, George Collwell, a citizen of Jackson our growth and development as the not general in "

r ; better satisfied when they saw the' county, who resides near the Ala-I man with the hoe. Attempts have pride is an unknown quantity )

;: MOO cars of fruit have gone potato. Mr. Rivers brought them to' bama line, was arrested this week .. been made to discredit him, but when jority, of the places where ft

rlfl' t from Florida, and that the Times office, where they were I and placed in the Jackson county jail it comes to building factories, rail- trains make regular stops a '
and it is time for
early in the season brought weighed and left on exhibition for a by Sheriff Anderson Bowles. As eight roads and large industrial enterprises state, ;

::practically, to the shipper, while, after which, the larger one was inmates and two others lost their i. which are necessary to our prosper- to wake up and get busy. $
:- make real start and see
gin and unfit. for market. carried to Lucas' market where it lives in the reform school fire and ity, we must face the man with mon- a ,

9 shippers: were called upon to can now be seen. Mr. Rivers had Mr. arson is a capital offense Colwell was ey and our destinies as a nation of lead to.

r.l'J i the freight, and the others got Sybesma make pictures of them, a not given bond. His arrest followed influence and power are largely in his Mrs MeClain'g Experience !

"'.N V,to 50 cents per box. It serv- cut of which will appear in the Times I the investigation which was conducted hands. ,. I Croup. ; N'.

-' evi :.right; it win teach them a later. If there is anybody who can by the coroner's jury. While the It takes the man with the hoe and i "When my boy, Ray, was ;

. tt i abet still there will be other beat this for potatoes, we would like. coroner's jury has made public none the man with the dough combined to I was subject to croup, and I

f1 ng the name thing next year. to hear from them.-Green Cove. of the evidence which it took those make civilization, and one is interdependent 'I ways alarmed at such times. s, f

1-i !r worthless stuff is now Times who other.
attended the investigation.recall upon the berlain's Cough Remedy '
4'M4! *' for the better fruit out
' it the testimony which was given letter than other for
|.2 VBtlyxed the market conditions :A' Pensacola dispatch says: One against CelwelL There was no di- Co-operation among the farmers in ble. It always any relieved him I

in a revolt of their products will enable them to secure -
county convicts about for the fire, the only testimony secured I for I know it is a positive
: twenty.five miles better prices
northwest
I; .. tsbo helped provide the cola when thirteen of Pensa- against him being that he was croup," writes Mrs. W. R.

I .+dti hosas tile alitomoI their prisoners made seen near the building which was de- Read the Telegraph-$1.50 a yea BlaimiDe, Pa. For sale by I
' "'lc;; escape. The name of the pari''' o'clock .
fire I
atroyed
by at about 9:30
(i '. ""i f .ii I( s o9'jKduietey 81p poesy ers : '

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FRIDAY
Decani ',
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duty 'T'" says Peter'it:will Cooper"soon>"'Hewitt be' possible.the inventor to talk WHY -THE DOUBLE' 'STAN-. I RAPE-i FOR- WINTER HOG.PAS l CUY: Hill TO- THE' FRONT.' for a.:-;better home- :>-= '

.. ,across. the Atlantic Ocean by'means DARD? TURE. -. I[1 rcome, p.to Clip Hilt'b{ .

'Localaid: LlaCDi- t ce 'Plume of, the ,wireles.atelephone.S :':. ,- Just.how. it i8, With others I cannot -::aJ d.,t will : '
There are two distinct classesof Too much but/1 t he kind oL lam
t Number 40 -S very emphasis cannot be placed say, can freely speak for ght.

"Thorn" of the Palm, Beach Post newspapers in this coun ry4woextremesand' on, the importance of planting a myself and I do not believe there is i l tion 1iil1, 'leld th,! ho-m .

f r .. calls,,himself, "the Oman in the hole." the public sets a different green crop for hogs in Florida. In the many"others that"'could possibly'doubt!t"It's-godenough' for:ing ..

' +' f Pnbfished weekly,andentered. asaeeoad 'erv appropriate." Newspaper men standard for each. first place hogs do better when they InYgood taste and this is not a dreamnor 1( just.,, .apt you. Come. .

; class matter at the po office. are nearly always in.the hole. Just why, no' one knows-but it have a green ,pasture than they do a' 'phantasmagoric idea' because: set( &M.you'll no\ lone u .

tie '.' ,at Starke, Florida.. .....).._..', ( .... ., & docs. even though they have liberal supply those Jewel peaches that ''ripen in I am Y hoodoo.' ':'i
a
I l' Frank James, ex-bandit, is dying of I Of the one. it requires. truthfulness of com. We have no'.winter crop May you know are delicious. Those I A :CLAY roLL PPt031CAWTEY

: ,$. 8. Matthews, Editor and Owner heart disease.He was dying'of decency and moderation. that gives more tons to the acre or old natives and those plums and figs -
_tuber-I'I
; P. E. Bobbins,-__ Associate.Editor, culosis; several Of the other it requires nothing-, grows on a greater. variety. of soils a nd.ICUppemong grapes and Florida ;

'" 'and Business Manager_ w&a. from years the ago |I it just takes what is handed out, and than does 'rape. Seed can ,,be purchased favorite watermelons ue in abundance :Un Olin Bogged .= '
pardoned penitentiary
L :..# looks for more. I|[ at 10cents, ; a pound, and as. 5 here through the ''spring and isinjttendanceattte'i. ,...,.
I
I
_, FRIDAY,. December' ; 1914. 'The big news nearly 5 always breaks The great metropolitan)' gathers j.I to 10 pounds are sufficient to plantan summer. Then along comes the fall national Missionary conv. '--.

loose too late in the'week: for the I up the news of the world and. acre the total cost of the seed does fruit, There's those pecans, pome atDeland this week. "' 0

r1 to it and it becomes that news is read at the breakfast not exceed 7I> cents per acre. .. granates, besides those kumquats and Evangelist David E. ,,>' ,
weekly -
country use
',y : f j.* :*;Health. is the basis of all efficiency. stale before the next publication table, or during the. day, or after the Rape is a plant that likes the cold satsumas, tangerines and mangerines.: business sitor to Jackso'- .

i .0.* day. evening meal weather and will continue to grow even Those[ large beautiful grapefruit and day, .

i' v:There are.millions.in the bread line The reader seldom pauses to remember on the coolest weather we have in the golden yellow orange these are also Mr.'L. L. Sapp was a b ;''-

(:. 'in, .:'Belgium.., WauchuU has an ordinance which that reporters and editors Florida. Where the soil is fertile and animating and health giving.If itor to Starke last_ Frfda,./,.
'
: r. :;" : makes "knocking" punishable by a have warped and colored much of that the crop properly planted it will make there should be a doubt in your .Eev.fOlin, Boggess.wan ;' -

'. :: Kissing:spreads diseases, and marriage fin.)'of $100 or 60 days of hard labor.I I I I news .up to satisfy the public craving a, growth of 12 to 20 inches in 'two mind that Clay Hill's fertile, soil is visitor,to Starke Wednesday
'
f is one ef'them. It is a pity that the ordinance is unconstitutionaL -' for'sensations. It may contain a few months. It resembles turnips and not adequate enough to produce those, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Ed/''""

.1 ;. '_ .i grains of truth and a few bushels of rutabagas and makes a similar appetizing and delicious fruits, they! chfldres, CoL and Mrs.'A. J-

.,- '' Earthworks are better defenses fake. growth. Furthermore, hogs are fond would be readily convinced if they:. and baVy, Dr. and airs U. Q.1,

? : than masonry...:. or steeL A newspaper broker has been ad- The country paper gatherS up the of it.and for this reason it is highly will come and view the home and and children, of Starke,- .
t \ &;v > '. : .- vertising for several years that he news of the home community and recommended.' farm of Hon. H. B. Hudson who Mrs. J. C. Adkins, of and >,.

1. .: ..-. ; Advertising' is like liquor all good has some properties for sale that are sends it forth on press day. That The following is quoted from the lives just north of Gum Branch on g4ests at thh home'Galwere '.
of'
tt '.; some better, some best. not "hawked." It is about time to news must be TRUE, or the editor's records of the Alabama Experiment: the Jacksonville and Gainesville road. E. Edwards last Sunday.

*If you 1 'don't- enjoy W your work; ; you hawk them and get. rid of them. reputation for veracity is ruined and Station: This place is beautifully decorated Mr. q J. Dowda was'a'b: "'k'"," ,

; L .: < }(have missed your taIling.r Charlie Schwab takes a very hopeful his career of usefulness is at an end. "In feeding experiments at the 'Alabama with shade trees and fruit trees. On itorto: Jacksonville Tuesday;*

r, .' 'f. view of the.future. Charlie has Faults that are Condoned or en-, station running for 147 days, the south side of Mr. Hudson's house Htgh*,Fryer spent last weIi-:

i I ': ::- What has become of the old-fash landed a $100,000,000 contract for his tirely overlooked in the big daily are (November 9 to April 5), with pigs you can see a young thriving groveof friends ji Gainesville. a Q

'- .' ioned spug organization? company and naturally feels optimistic. unanimously condemned in the hum- weighing approximately 45 pounds satsuma oranges and other .varieties The loath of Mr. Judsoni:Sir?'

I '; Blease has broken into the public .... ble weekly. each at the beginning of the experiment above named on the north side man:occurred sometime Monday
, The city daily soften builds up a it found of his home. of November ,
tha
: was tthe two lots There is a beautiful 16, from heart _
prints again by pardoning more con-
;,',: -acts.r Abe Martin says: "Th ranks o' the tremendous circulation by panderingto of pigs fed on a ration of two parts peach orchard which contains several Mr. Blackman, who lived just -

h, .. down an' out are filled with fellers' one of the worst elements in humanity corn and one part wheat' shorts and varieties of the best peaches and of of the town limits, went up't" -

: There does not seem to be any each who nailed a boss shoe over th' door -the insatiable desire for allowed the use of a rape pasture plums that is most adapted to the Monday afternoon to get his i' ,' <

' i $f" animal as a decisive battle in Eu- instead o', puttin' a ad in a newspa- scandal during the period produced pork on Southern climate. West of his houseis some;; provisions and started .---

I'' per." The country weekly builds up its an' of 34.4 cent less a which has heretofore little befdre
. i(33,. rope. I II average per cost pear grove sundown. He t d" -
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t circulation by catering to a higher per pound, counting the cost of providing produced very much, fruit. On the sufferiagfrom heart trouble j
. Women are not vain of their Old Diaz was a grafter, a militarist ,
it more of the dissemination
plane citizenship by
' I the'rape pasture, than did an- south and southeast side there is to time,:and his feeble condition '
-
. : ;' beauty than men are of their and a tyrant. He looted the Mexican of facts in its columns *
news :
. I I other-lot fed on the same ration and be seen several varieties of the very ticed by ft neighbor, who bfft
" I .. strength. treasury of millions and then left the
: ..- ._ I' by a rigid adherence to truthfulness confined to dry lots. In other words, best and specified pecans. In his yardis assist'hint to his home, but has
but that is about all he did .
'
, ; ;f" A town is like a girl; it's wonderful country ilgave n its utterances. the lots fattened on rape pasture,supplemented to be seen the golden yellow kumquat ed the offer" and resumed his .

'J what a little fixing up will dp for The world has apparently learned j with the necessary amountof with its laden boughs of fruit' alone :for: about 130 yards,

4 it.-Exchange. ,.! Editor Ticknof of the Raiford Tribune to expect about a certain amount of the ration of.corn and wheat, made also the orange and beautiful grapefruit evidently ,;
r "et- says the gasoline engine was in- fakery, exageration sensationalism very satisfactory,profit, while the lot likewise. down 'on the edge of a small L

We'll bet some of the 'war dispatch vented by the devil, and he is right, and sensuality in the metropolitandailythough fattened on the ration of corn and The 'scuppemong grape vine and He was found Tuesday morning]' .

; : ea, have made old Ananias turn over. for nothing will make a man fall fromgrace happily there are ,a wheat shorts alone in dry lots afforded -ever bearing fig are all beautiful besides on his;face dead, rightlnJront.i '

i. .in his grave.'What quicker than gasoline engine.j'f few dailies that are disappointingtoi little or no profit. these many varieties of fruits end of the: bridge close to the gate .

; has become. of the old-fash I i'I1 I their readers in this respect, they' are Planting. and eatables there is all kinds of roses which =to enter the field where tic 1

\. ioned Edward Everett spoke two hours at . brains aristocracy of character, cultureand Gettysburg, Abraham Lincoln two I I Of the country weekly it demands ]broadcast. The best results are obtained 'with the beautiful japonika, and the Mr. Blackman came to Floridti".*.

? minutes. Nobody remembers a word,I the traversing of the straight and by planting in rows thirtyinches beauty of the Clay Hill home is not'aD his wife several years ago from 1

r That "contemptible little British of Everctf's speech. Most people i narrow path-the elimination of sag: apart'so it can be cultivated. spoken of as yet, for east.of his sylvanta and resided in StfL.

, army" is stiU doing bvsiness at the don"t know he'made a speech. Lin gestive and questionable matter-the It is a plant that uses considerable house is a large grove of live oaks, county-until: his wife died abodt j

f same old stand.. coln's speech is a household classic. publication of a sheet which would water, consequently cultivation helpsto with their limbs dropping to the beau- years:Ago then he came to'Ln -

:. t' If you want to drive a truth home, not shock Christ if he came to earth.. preserve moisture that is frequently tiful camphor trees.which makes an where te bas been ever since _

,, Men design women's clothes and whittle it down to a point. Why'the double standard? needed during the months of February evergreen shade. In the lane there is the exception n of'a part of last f]

then make fun of the women for I and March. If planted in rows the mulberry and the Spanish walnut which lie spent in. South Florida 1 .
With
the consent of their captors .
wearing them. ., who furnished the materials, the : WHAT OF THE HOMELESSAT 4 pounds to the acre will be sufficient and the beautiful cabbage pal; deceased was about 63 years of -

The collectors of vital statistics will prisoners of war in Germany have HOME? If broadcast, 8 to 10 pounds' shouldbe metto. About the lot there is to be The fcodywas: laid to rest Tu

have to work overtime during the started a newspaper "for.the encouragement used. The seed can be obtained seen the hedge plant and the wild afternoon in the Lawtey cemetajj

hunting season. 1. of salutary humor and harm A few weeks ago a certain daily from the Hastings Seed Company of persimmon burdened with its golden I Evangelist David G. Bacon' coz&i!

less optimism." newspaper in one of the great cities Atlanta, Ga., or any Southern seed fruit. ting the] services. at the grave. .
The Florida Metropolis forgot to started a ,movement for sending a house, and is usually free from obnoxious His barns ire full of his own prod

;. say anything about planting more Villa is nothing to brag of, but his e ship load of Christmas presents to weeds, so there is no disadvantage ucts. Hay of the very best quality The European war concerns erejj

hens one day last week. one of. the common people and the I the orphans of Europe. from this standpoint. If it which is easily made and harvested American :citizen. Nobody hen]

; The common people of Mexico could more The idea "took" -because it wasnew is sown broadcast the ground should Apart from the farm there is to be which side :will win. We ,knowUit

: man who depends upon certain reasonably expect a square deal fromhim and novel, and it afforded opportunity be in a good state of cultivation and seen in the lane about the gate late we are pot'responsible for the"ble bad
kinds of food
for brains will
'neverhave than from that bewhiskered old 1 for cheap notoriety. The fact the seed covered very lightly. in the afternoon approximately fifty struggle; Our national fee%s j
brains.
N. any hypocrite and politician, Oarranza. j I that a ship load of food would have Rape should have Been planted by head of fine hogs. About the place one of profound sympathy with tie i :

.. Some men'are natural-born mechanical Ii I I given greater and more pressing re- November 15, but in South Floridait somewhere you'll find a large drove of sufferers, regardless of their Batas I
Humanity requires that we help to! be and.in the and about ality, because they are human.. ni
geniuses. They can make jlief did not matter. There was no may planted up to January L turkeys yard
feed the starving Belgians. Nevertheless -) The] fertile the barn of the black thousands of us are related to tim \
the soil
anything but money. glory in sending food to the starving more the betterwill a great many
we are indirectly aiding and I by blood Indeed, in a large
i Now another great daily newspaper be the crop. Minorca hens can be seen. This adds
The football casualties in the United abetting Germany, for Germany is comes forward'with a scheme for having I Pasturing much comfort and joy and at the old they are all pur brothers. la.raseorop i

t States are running a close second d using the food that rightfully belongs'to ; Americans homes adopt the orphans Rape should not be pastured untilit gateway into the field a very largehickory nition of: that fact it is our prmkgt ]
to those of the the Belgians and we are.feeding and opportunity to do whatever itprope
: European war. \. of Europe. 1 gets a firm foothold.; The tops tree which produces bushelsof '
!.a Lnk'j M'Luke trouble is. about the Belgians. Of course, Germany is That, like the Christmas' ship, is should be six inches high and if there nuts. y' may toward restoring: I t&
says willing for us to feed Belgium. essentials of ordered life after I
; is only limited it Now while Mr. Hudson has devoted 0i
amount should
the only thing you car. pet in this more or less commendable; and it, a notbe
country without advertising.. Among the recent arrivals in New too, affords an excellent means of advertising grazed too closely. It will con much time to the fruit industry, conflict, : shaD. have.ceased.
.
York are 1,700 pieces of tourist baggage advertising- newspaperand tinue to grow in Florida up until April ie' also has in connection with an Sick Two Years With IndigestBaj

We quote the following item from. the latest batch from the war "some people." 1, providing it is not chewed off too equal farm. There ,is the sweet potato : "Two years ago I was greatly tffi-'

. a farmer's diary"Set a hen on the zone of Europe. This makes in'round It is well to relieve distress- in Eu close at the start The more it is pastured crop, the corn crop, the strawberry i efited. througn using two or tiira'>

22nd of October and' got a pig. numbers a total of 25,000 trunks another d rope.' It is well to provide homes for the more it stools out, so it fact s crop, velvet beans and other vegetation bottles or Chamberlain's TaKei;7'

couldn't-. i pieces recovered abroad and the orphans. Both ,may bring forth advisable to let it get too high which accompany his farm writes' Mrs:'S. A. Keller, Elide tt:

- Why we swap buzzardsfor brought to this country, constitutinga letters of thanks from: kingsand before pasturing again. are to be found in a growing and a "Before taking them Iwas sick for.j
Belgians? needs buzzards
Europe
and lesser of I 0. E. MIZELL, ,thriving condition.
a notable tribute to American qu'jens dignitaries. VAII two years with indigestion. SoH tf.
1 and Florida .needs Belgians. cy in baggage rustling. which, to be sure, would make excel County1: Agent. Mr. Home Seeker if you could ask al dealers .
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a lent reading print. \
l There is as much talk in Florida
"I see by our home paper." BUT WHAT OF HOME
How about broom factories as therewas Howl) -
t. about canning factories a few frequently this phrase comes to What of the hundreds of thousands CURIOUS BITS I'. ....................t..............................
lips. For news* of war, for the ball I I
of children in our OWN COUNTRY I+
years ago.Turbulence OF
score, for quotations from the market ) to whom Christmas wilt be but HISTORY

t and unrest will cease in for information as to marriagesand an empty name a mockery? 1 Progressive Business Finns In Stage I i
*
Mexico only when the government deaths, people turn naturally to What of the little babes In our THE HATED HIRED HEs.

gives ''the common people a square their favorite newspaper. Just as OWN COUNTRY who are pining and NS.

J deal instinctively they turn to the same'[ dying for want of proper nourishment Readers of the Telegraph will find it to their
of information when By A. W. MACY..
source they
A new fuel called zoline ? advantage to trade with the firms rep- :
want to buy goods. Reading the newsI What of the mothers whose breastsare "Hired Hessians" were much
which can be made at home at a cost and the despised by the Americans during resented in this
paper relying on newspaperis empty because the table is bare? I direct&ry.
;r of two cents a gallon, is said to have a habit. Jt applies almost as much the Revolutionary war. The ..
I What of the fathers who are walking ........... C
been discovered. of .._ ...
employment mercenaries
to the reading of the ad or C"' &&& & & & && & &&&&& .....
.' newspaper the streets because there is no soldiers TT _,,..................... .
foreign who
Pink oysters have been discovered. vertisement as, it .Been to the "news." employment for them? pay was formerly much fight more for .......................... ..>+M..M.MMM.MMMHFURNITURE.

Pink oysters' will probably'become a The farmer actually pays a premium What of the young girls in the common than it is now. Dur'ug .
fad the blase seek cities who down the American REAL ESTATE. .
among pleasure for bad roads. He pays it in great are dragged to Revolution England ; t.

. era.l time expended in getting in market; the depths because:: their positions are had her much difficulty recruiting .......................... ..+M..MMMMMMMMFjURMTURE| ."
their bills armies so she mad
gone, board are overdue,
l followed in value of drafting animals and the '
i
! example J'and' they have nowhere to turn no arrangements with various psct/ .....I. +t.......
o' of Diaz and Huerta when he left food they eat and in the extra handsfor I German rulers by which they '.
Mexico. He took the cash box'with their care and handling; in increasing great paper to head a campaign. in undertook to furnish troops, to COMER L. PEEK I
their behalf?
Hi him. number of vehicles and wear I serve under their own officers .
--. and tear on them; and in the decreased -'j Europe has out sympathy it In America. For each soldier .. Florida Real Estate, Land aid and almost anything else you .-

i When the war news doesn't suit a product of land that has less attention should have what assistance we may killed England agreed to pay Umber Expert. .. .. night. want .'

a 1r mIn he claims we are not getting the and care. If the county had reasonably extend. $35, and for each one wounded. HULLS DEPARTMENTy

; 4 real news, but when it suits him he a system of smooth and hard highways )I BUT CHARITY SHOULD BEGINJJAT $12. She was also to pay all 83 years Experience at Starke. STORE.. :
HOME-and the expenses, and In addition : ,.
Lord knows
thinks pa/ ,( '
; we are getting. it would blossom like a rose a :;
. would follow in the wake.I I i I there is abundant call for it in ,the the Landgrave of Hesse $500,000per **'8"" 4." "'.
prosperity
g Any hot air artist caD get out one .. United States today. annum and the other petty ..........".....
princes in ........... .M.MMM...M.
; .;' or two good papers, but it takes a It is inevitable that ,the UnitedStates t I I But then there is no glory in that proportion. This i N1N1I
J practice
:: newspaper man to keep up the pac should, in a commercial sense!, -no advertising for the newspapers Americana was looiced upon by the DRY GOODS. DENTISTS /
I i as degrading and .
t '
".. J fifty-two weeks a year. be the beneficiary of the This for the .
'J'1", ., t is war. I? no notoriety givers. infamous, and they took particu- .......................... ....................*****
accident It is
an which we as friends of just charity-and plain Jar
charity delight In
... .:. .: .The text is about the only part of mankind deplore, but which we are I'I is not popular. hired soldiers whenever punishing opportunity the !..............,...'......... AA A A"........ rYT".
1 a long 'sermon that anybody can re .
compelled to regard as an extraordinary offered. The total number I. .
; member. The J. W. MORGAN U. TURNER
same thing is true of DR. G.
editorials. opportunity for the expansionof CARD OF THANKS. of such troops brought over .. DENTIST I
long our productive industries. Eventually to America during the Revolu- Headquarters for : .

An- advertisement'- in a Chicago paper America will be the overwhelming We desire -to express our I sincere tion was 29,867, of whom about LadieitoWear, Goods, Edwards Building /
1,200 were killed or !. Dry Goods, Notions ECc. Office
mortally Post
Upstairs over .t
reads as follows: "I have cast off victor because, with her vast re thanks to our neighbors and friend wounded, 6,354 died from other -

clothing of every description and mscones and uninterrupted activity, for their sympathy and help duringthe causes, about 5,000 deserted ..........................
vite your inspection." she will be'required to assume the I sickness and death of our, little and 17,313 returned. ta 'their .
i'. foremost rank as the provider. This' son, Thomas Angus. European homes at the. and of 9 0000000fY
: You can't make the schoolboy believe is a decree of the fates; our hands MR. and MRS., E. S. BIELUNG the war. CHARLEY TOM Q THE TELEGRAPH 1 I

that school days are the bsppiendaJl are clean; we shall profit legitimately, p- Chinese Hand Laundry 4 JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTYBest i
and you can't make us believe Plies Cored ia 6 to 14 Days. .
t fairly and abundantly not because of (Copyrleht.' 1911. by Jon-gn B. Bowie) -
it, either., ,This. is one of the many our designs, but because of our position Ywr OINTMENT draairt fail wiQ to refund vvaS' if PAlO D: Jeffersosr and Thompson Sts, .. Adrerlsbg Medium of Tie*
core of
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His 'friends hene will interested
many be
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to learn that Dr. Henry Harris : : t ."
formerly Episcopal rector in I
Starke, has moved from Oevil's_ Lake, :, :' }
Bits :01 Local ,
: J N. D.. to Petoskey, Miclu: _it


coq ; Information Miss Blanche Pattishall, teacher of ..=: .

the second grade in the Starke,pub- 1 '

..t.-: ; ;: ,'!)I r. Jic school, spent Thanksgiving and j J. usual11."Q.ttb in posttnorfons'Obgt -y "
c..Hr I 0. ..... ..INA t \ .\
.. the week-end at the home of her .
rMr.. ,. .. c cr'" r. par- r-/ .
Hurt has bllpp cant Pie
ents. away eo fade, :

', a : r the oto amlkman wlh ibe 5qjtfw Gn! hq lr la a 3

i: 1t > I, Mr..A. P. Ha dee, clerk of the cir- % '' I-, make ttfurrt trf.n, -1Im t. ,' ,

i1 i ..,,dry goods' Leviton. SPECIAL prices,on furniture, limited -I cuit court of Levy County,, and Mr. x" What Juroe uou'- to show jbr kutjvar? -
> > See ad. Hull'sDepartment
f. time. display A.
C.
Lindsay, a prominent businessman
;,iII; : : ';UP CANS, Jones,, Hardware. Store of Bronson, were in Starke on III 0," %<$tart now to,make the cntiti ly<&r fmfl 1

( :!" t your copy ready for your Christ- business Tuesday. f ul. $tart to put money m ourk' ;. \ ; :
bulT tight )
.1;" ..'-V Horse high, strong, pig ; ,. -' ., ,
'($ I Southern wire fence for sale at the Mr. Pat J. Murphy, of Jackson- .... i1't: 1 "

'Ji #t ;;L.1P"''' and lime. Hull's .Departments Quigley Lumber ,and Supply CoI' ville, compiler, and solicitor for Mur- '
'
e5y phy's Official Railroad Guide to Florida .
rt ; I I' 'y ;Christmas ad should appear, was in Starke Friday collecting It 43tItOftjti'ka

i clr Special sale of, boys' clothing atJones in the Telegraph December '18. Get data and soliciting advertisements. -
_
,
,1 !I iritOn's. your copy ready. '
.fi Mr. Louis F. Gay, a prominent resident 1i 1iDR.

.t lt KlJDI-Wizard mops. i Delicious home made candies on of the Providence section, viSited -
. .. .
sale at the armory Friday evening, friends here the first of the week.

W December 4th. This was'the first visit Mr. Gay had 0. L. HAYNES B A Few Words to Horneieekersand
Hull's
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DepartPaint
groceries. 0
'JI.41rtlptoice, made to Starke for several years. I Dentist.
;;,I, Store.' I Oyster supper,at.the armory Tuesday .
----
} *-; for kindlingJenea .- evening, December 4th, for the {Messrs. A: V. Long. H. C. Richard, Phone 80. Hull Building. Investors 3:
| chips
Turpentine benefit of St Mark's Guild. G. C. Livingston and E. S. Matthewsleft 4 STARKE FLORIDA. .
.
W k, '.. :!" Hardware.Special' I Ii Mr. J. R. Dover and mother, of Thursday for Hall Lake with a . . I have a tract of land in Baker county consisting ofr eleven thousand ;. '

:'i j i j/ prices on sweet feed. Hull's 1 Hampton, .were in Starke on a shop- camping outfit and some other thingsto acres, situated thirty-seven miles west of :Jacksonville on the Seaboard Air

,. {Department Store. ping expedition Wednesday. spend a.week hunting,and fishing titles of syrup, canning it, giving ,at Line Railroad, lying in a body North and South of said railroad

and enjoying life generally. a special label and placing 'upon A good proposition for a saw mill, pine timber estimated by two sawmill
:F
M D."E. Knight was a business visitor,, Miss Carrie. Mills, who is teaching Mr. J. G. Amar, of Jacksonville, the market in big lots. experts; one, twenty-two hundred feet per acre; bthtjj1, two thousand

; : [ioJ Gainesville: Tuesday. school at Lakeside, spent Thanksgiv- feet per acre f-
was in Starke Monday and Tuesday Some time
Jh I doses will break an 'ing and the week-end at, home. ago the Telegraph offered A fine proposition for a cross tie manufactory, many and: thousand '
5 or fi 666 y gathering data for a Bradford county a year's subscription as one of the cf well many
cypress as as pine ties
this land.
i, reM'of Fever. or Chills. Price'.25c. Woolseys-you know the rest-it I write-up in a special edition of the prizes in the canning club contest of For sub-soil on i. _
clay diversified
lX f farms there is no better land in Florida. a
the best Lumber Florida Times-Union 'which will be the
is Quigley and county, and the winner '
of this
, : \ .:JU. H.' C. Sapp, of Lawtey, was a t -., f
Supply Co.SPECIAL. issued December 31. prize was Miss Hattie NesSmith of NOW
. n 1r ;mtor to Starke Monday. READ THIS ;J JI \ r
"t Dukes, who will receive the
H Telegraphfree
..I i i [i3t.;U. D. Miner was in Jackson1 prices on furniture, limited St. Mark's Episcopal church, Rev. of charge from'now until January have a fine proposition in the famous strawberry lands in Bradford .
.
6 1 time. See display ad. Hull's W. H. DuMoulin, priest fn .charge. county; three miles northwest cf Starke
rifle on business Thursday. 1, 1916. The canning club idea and same distance southwest of Law- 4
. ; t ______ Department Store. Second Sunday in Advent, Sunday
tey, consisting of
is taking root in this three hundred and twenty acres, all nude
and the ,new American v
..i' county,
ltM1 i :sWr. F.A.. Scott made'a businessE school 10 a. m., holy communion and field wire fence. This '
Jacksonville Tuesday. I Rev Olin Boggess, of Lawtey, was 11 o'clock. Choir rehearsal various canning clubs under the di tract of land for a stock farm and general farming is
E v sermon on
4hip'to bound to interest the
rection of Mrs. Nina Williams'are most critical buyer.
8f in Starke on business Monday and Saturday afternoon, 3:30. accomplishing ;
.?. 4 Kr; S. J. ternburg was visitor Wednesday of this week. much good.The Twenty acres in cultivation, partly stumped, tenant house, barn and other -i

|0:, Jacksonville 'Wednesday. I Hardly a month has elapsed that -,- buildings. Thirty head of young and selected stock cattle
,
I monthly of the La- ,
Mr. A. B. Fletcher, prominent we have not extra program
put on help; they
1R: :Mr,'E.:; E.'Canova made a business dies' Musicale ANOTHER EXCELLENT:
real estate ma n of Olustee, was in are not idle either. If you call, you was beautifully rendered PROPOSITION. .
'Mi; rij! to Jacksonville Thursday. 'ij Starke on business Saturday. on last Monday afternoon, Novem-
J may discover a reason. Brown's first, Three stores for sale
.! '. at a bargain in the center of the Business section
ber 30th
to
small but
.. U:j i. MR; W. C. Smoak, of Willeford, was i Remember Brown's Christmas, for last'.and"all the time for groceries, I audience., Because a of the appreciative inclemencyof of Starke. A good rental proposition, all occupied by good tenants. '

., :t x:" ;:,in Starke on business Saturday. I IMayor. | anything and everything yon' want-at dry goods or Christmas things at the weather many who had anticipated NOW MY {
prices that makes it' to prices right. RESIDENCE
r' buy.
ofLawtey easy being
:: B. L. Blanchard, present' were prevented I 7 _

\ass a visitor to Starke Monday. I I I' Mr. and, Mrs. J. M. Rising have re- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. De Sha, of and by request the ladies have de A two story eight-room house, modern conveniences, garage, stables

4 turned from Philadelphia and will Waldo, announce the marriage of cided to repeat the program on next eta One acre, street on all four sides, beautiful shade trees'around the en

,' I'!' ''!'bI'lDost complete line of woodi4t' spend the winter in Starke.. their daughter, Miss Stella Anna, to Monday afternoon, December 7th, at t; tire lot, oranges figs, pecans and other fruit trees. Within'h o blocks of the a,

, ;, s and. oil,heaters. Jones, Hardware. I Mr. Percy Leon Thomas, at the First 3:30 o'clock in the auditorium. All new thirty thousand dollar Starke High School '

1 1< A complete lumber yard and build- Baptist church in Wednes music lovers invited Reason for selling, I must have '
r i Born Wednesday, December 2,. to' Waldo, on are cordially to money to meet pressing obligations. Will
r \ i*'i J.. and #r& Julian Peck, a boy. .ing supply store at your service day afternoon, December 16, at .4:3 0( attend. The small sum of ten cents give terms. Can show this property easily at any.time.

1 Quigley_ Lumber and Supply Co. o'clock. for admittance goes to the piano fund. Address all communications to ,
: Dr. and Mrs. J..P. Tomlinson were' -
f :visitors,to Jacksonville Saturday. Mf. Harry Buhner returned to i. While cranking Mr. M. Leviton's Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Dennison returned E. E. CANOVA

"" t Starke: Sunday from New York City,, automobile last Thursday Mr. Freeman Monday'to their home in Lake owner, Starke, Fla..

i ,? :Mr Cornelius Young, of Theressa, where he has been for several months Register's right'wrist was fractured Alfred, Polk .county, after spendinga References
r, ,was hi:Starke on business Tuesday. the of the week ten to my character and business standing ,in thin;; state. I refer i .
Iri I Imported ironstone china, white by "kicking" crank or days very pleasantly in you, to '

'Mr*. J..':T. Wills, of Gainesville, is .English ware Something that is nice The bones had to be splinted and it Starke. Rev. Dennison preached two The Peoples' Bank, for Savings, St. Augustine, Florida. I '
will be time before he-has the Sundays at the church '
some Presbyterian
t visiting friends in Starke this .week. and will wear. Hull's' Department The-Bradford County Bank, Starke, Fla. f
=
7
full use of his right arm, and created avery_ favorable impres The Barnett
I Store National Bank
: Jacksonville, F1&. ;/;.
: : 5 or g doses 555 will break any sion. It is probable that Mr. Dennison ,.
While Mr. and Mrs. F.
C.
ear of Fever. or Chuls. Price 25c. ,! Hot coffee, salads and ,sandwiches Holljngs will receive a call to the pastorship oJ 'w ti---- \

i' ";-' i served at the armory Friday evening,, worth were spending the evening at the church. He says "Barkis is wiIlin' -I council is contemplating the submission -l ++++++++*+*+ ++++++
Special. bargains in coats for ..la'iies the home of Mr. Hollingsworth's'father to the + :'f
voters of the
" t December 4th. Benefit St. Mark'. and that if Starke likes him as question of a : +
i:' vI misses.and children at Levitan's.;Guild. last Sunday somebody entered well as he likes Starke he will return I bond issue for the improvements 1 + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING + r; t

., ;+', tr f : II their house and stole a new blue sergesuit and locate bore mentioned in the near future Paved''1 + attttttfttt
,
Special bargains .in coats for ladies -I American fence. If quality and not of clothes. An old suit and the I I streets it'f'rtttt'P:

.;,.o' r .-,; ,.';misses and children at Leviton's., quantity counts, you will buy Ameri-I cne stolen were lying side by side Mr. T. A. Crawford has just r finished system would and an greatly adequate, improve sewerage the I o ..,y- .

i'r I can fence. Low prices. upon the bed, and the thief nice FOR SALE-Early:Flat Dutch and 1
I -III !h.,A. J. McKinney, of Lake But- very naturally a twostory'residence in his healthfulness and appearance of the Early Jersey Wake eld
ler; Jones. took the new suit. farm four miles northwest of Starkeon t cabbage
; ,was in Starke
business
I: on Fri- city, and it is believed that a majorityof plants
$1.00 per 1,000 J. W. Stat, a
the Raiford road. Mr.
I d'i>) a.. Eev. W. H. Du Moulin, the priest in Mrs. J. H. Roberts, Miss MamieRoberts of our citizens favor the issuance of Waldo, Fla. 1 '. 11-6-5t.
{ 'ir now has one of the finest farms in
'? '' Mr.. W. E. Bradley made a business charge of the Starke Episcopal Mr. Butler Roberts, and the that-section of the county. He moved bonds for these purposes.. :

$ trips to WJIIist ,Friday and SaturST church, preached at Cedar Key Sun- little grandson of Mrs. Roberts were there about twelve years ago and settled I FOR SALE-Coon and possum w

: 1 day. poisoned Monday from eating some in the woods, and now has aboutL'ixtyfive THANKSGIVING SOCIAL. hounds, fox and cat hounds, pointers
; hogshead cheese which containedptomaines. I and setters. $I. ',L. Crawford, R 1
s>, .'.Oysters served in all styles Friday 'Mr. B. C. Willis accompanied his The life of Mrs. Robertswas acres under cultivation, One of the most Tiger, Ga. I t.' 1l+1t z
,
I wife to Jacksonville good stock and farming implements enjoyable social af :
'I
I't;; evening, at the Saturday, where : 1 .
. ,armory, beginning f; at despaired of for a time and the fairs of the -
E*> R.A' she is for an up-to-date farm. season was a Thanksgiving !
t ; taking a course of osteopathic other three members necessary LOST=Black, craven tte raincoat between
the ;
. ; Jr--- family social given for the Senior b
This
treatment. is only another example of Bradford Ep- Starke and New River sta.
.j f J i -'I'herain, : early in the week was were seriously ill, but they are all up county, where brains and brawnis worth ,League, at the Methodist parsonage tion. Reward for'jeturn d-

, ,. |.1 worth hundreds of dollars to this sec-' Mr. C. E. Waldrup, field agent of the again and out of danger, now. used on her soil. November 26. Starke, Fla. J. 0. :PoppelLFOR to me at

G. S. &; F. railway, was in Starke on ,The drouth which had The parlor, hall and dining rooms
I. prevailed "")'
' tiott.Mr. I business connected with his depart- here for several weeks broken Messrs. T. 0. Futch and J. D. Cobb, were beautifully decorated with pot- SALE-First (pass band-mada
: W. H. Roberts, of Jacksonville,' went was of Lake Butler were in Starke Saturday :
Saturday. ,
ted plants barrels
I early this week by ,copious showers cut flowers and vines. cypress $2 per barrel; 5 or
"i W'i spent Starke.:: Thanksgiving with friends" in ," Miss Grace Sutton who has of rain.' The ground was.thoroughly selling stock in the Bradford The guests were met at the door by more barrels, $1.90; each; delivered
been
}, County Fair Association, which will Rev. and Mrs. from Mose Mack's Starke
""" I employed at the Hopson soaked and thirsty vegetation received Rape and ushered into I shop, ,
I"[ -Mr,.F. L.,Turner was in Jacksonville -I parlor for some time, left for millinery Mobile the moisture it' had needed for soon be organized in this county. A the parlor, where they enjoyed games Fla. Joe Griffis. 1 '' 11134t.

't ;on,business Tuesday and Wed- Ala., Tuesday.You some time. The rain'was.a godsend number of our citizens subscribed for and music 'till the clock struck ten. Ales i''
I >_*y. to the berry growers and saved the shares of the stock.. A good county Then they were invited to the dining WANTED-To buy h coon, opossum -
fair each year will fill a long felt want skunks, otter* for, wild cat
find room where delicious
the
tt may just little fancy pasture in the woods for the cattle. refreshments of
Floorcl'1-just: what you have been article you need for that Christmasgift in Bradford county. This county is ambrosia and cake'were served, after and house cat, for v vhich I will pay -

!|:.. :.wanting Quigley Lumber &: Supply I,.I on sale at the armory Friday Whistler ,Dyal, son of Mr. Oscar one of the best agricultural countiesin which they departed declaringthat the highest market 'cash prices. T. ;

i ::'Company, evening, December 4th. DyaV of near Sampson City, nar- the state. 'In fact, it has better soil they'd spent a most enjoyable' B. Shirley, BrookerFla. ll-13-4t

'Ca rowly escaped the loss of his'right and greater agricultural possibilitiesthan evening.

:, : ied-4t:'American, wire fence, not just M. W. Turner and family came ov- eye Wednesday, when a cartridge exploded any county in the state, and the Those present were Mr. and Mrs. SHERIF" 5"LE. f
t came last week. Hull's Notice b hereby given tfat I. S. B. Denmark 3
? er
Wednesday
from
Department: > Starke, where in a rifle and blew out the best way to call attention to our Rape and Misses Kathleen Alvarez, Sheriff of Bradford Muoty. Florida un-
: } Store. they will spend the der and by virtue of that JrUtn writ of execution
I If
breech. is
( Thanksgiving: His face and right eye was great resources through the med- Florence Canova, Edyth Warren, Eu- issued out of and .inder the teal of'the
,Every holidays.---Macclenny Times. badly burned ium of annual fair. Our sister cireuit-court of Bradf'rd ,. Floe .0
f 1" hour finds new and catchy by the flash of the pow- an nice Robinson, Fonida Moody, Carrie count
I ida. against E. H. Douglw and in favor of
f Cbriatmaa thingS being opened at New, entirely sanitary and der and several grains of powder be- counties don't hide their light undera Boll Weeks, Cleo Mitchell, Mable Col- Joe Rosenneim Shoe company a corporation, '
I 4Brown'9., date-the Kaustine up-to- came imbedded in the ball of the eye. bushel, and there is no excuse for ley, Louise Mattox, Gladys Prescott on and dated December 2. HI4. will offer for
I closet system for I sale and will sell to the hi |est and best bidder .
home, office and Bradford county's doing it any lon and Doris Scott and Messrs. Drayton therefor for cash at th'court house door l
i.,8PECIAL! : prices on' furniture, lim-' schools. Quigley The ladies of St. Mark's Guild are in the town of Starke. Brad-ord 'county, Florida :
rRed time. See Lumber and Supply Co., holding Colley, Charlie Beasley, Gussie Beas- on Monday the 4th day-()f January 1916 f
display ad. an oyster in the i
Hull's supper arm- ger.C.
ley! Walter Graham Clifford the Eame being legal sale cay of laid court
- ;!'LDigattment Store. Ii I Mr. ginning at 5:30 o'clock. Oysters serv- C. Wilks, a stranger, was arrested Chancey, during the legal noun of ile, the following
F.
I L.Baylor, of New York Leo Canova, Allan Canova, Elzie described real estate situated in. Bradford a
Ia i g.. ol and Mrs. City, is visiting his, brother, Mr. G. finninf at 5:30 o'clock. Oysters serv- here last Friday while in the Moody Bruce Davis Ben W. county. Florida to-wit: c '+
D. ,
E. Rape, ,
'
Knight andi L. ed in all styles. Those not caring for act of picking the pocket of Charles Southwest quarter of lOu f ad quarter and .
ifNreV; ;spent Thanksgiving in Jack- Baylor, who located near tarke a C. Rape, Guy Prescott, Bascom Mat- northeast quarter of southeaat quarter of section
an will Edwards. John Denmark Wilks ten and west ball of
few oyster supper find delicious saw Vfae west half of
**Tii&: months ago to engage in fruit fox; Rodney Turner, John Rape and Eouth west quarter of sectioc eleven (11), all
: #t" ':-'| (u | .._ and vegetable growing. salads, sandwiches and coffee, which at work and grabbed him and called Wilbur Scott. in township six[ (6), range eighteen (18), one '
|||;Captain and Mrs. Heiberger, of will tempt them.. Home made candies for help. Deputy Sheriff W. W. Bais- hundred and twenty (120)S. B.ales DENMARK. more or leu.

,'''''' visitors to Starke Mr. D. F..Barker, of Island Grove, and an attractive assortment of fans den and Chief of Police Kite went at Sheriff, Brad1 rd county Fla.

.,.;;". ',- J. on and,Mrs. L. S. Sutfin were united i cy articles also on sale. Your pat once to his assistance and took Wilks CARD OF THANKS. A.Plaintiff Z. ADKINS.attorney. t., I 4 t

: I i. marriage by Judge George A. Gardiner ronage solicited. into custody. They found a pocketbook 12-4-St. | :I'
fi
: 1fr. W. H.,Caldwell,'who spent the at his office Monday and Went on containing $8 in his possession, We desire to express the heartfelt '

: : ffalt.1reek in Starke, returned to Fort. their way rejoicing. Mr. Louis Kahr, a successful farm- which Edwards identified as his. Two gratitude of our family to our neigh- Keep It Handy For 9ieumat'ism

' L _, 'eThursday. ,I er who lives a mile and a half north- other suspects were arrested but they bors and friends for their sympathyand .

ITIJ I Watch this paper for the announce west of starke, brought the first established their innocence and were help during the accident and No use to squirm aid wince and \

.' 1i52yt. -than. Catarrh In this section of ment of Brown's Grand Christmas strawberry of the season to town on released. Wilks was tried and con- death of our son, Herman.Mr. try to wear out your ri-eumatism. It I

;;1:,y F .'U4 tmtU aU tho other lut dieeaaea tew years put Opening when everything will be in Monday and left it for exhibition at victed in the county court Tuesdayand and Mrs. J/ S. NORMAN.Mrs. will wear you out inead. Apply a
.
ApJlOMd to be Incurable. For a place from'a ilttle doll the some Sloan's Liniment: Need not rub
,. doctors pronounced it crew to the finest store of W. G. Brooks on North sentenced to six months in the --
rT= PftICribcd local remedies a/local and cut glass in town. Walnut street. The berry was.large gang. The robbery took place while MeClain'g Experience With the it in-just let it penetrate all thru '
,'fi', 7 falling to cure WIth local
; and Croup. the affected parts, the sore-
.... ...t. pronounced It tacnrabte. 8d- The W. C. T. U. smooth and perfect in shape. It the crowd was watching the executionof relive
,.' provea,Catarrh to be conatireuire.- will' meet next looked good enough to eat and smell- Will Moore. "When my boy, Ray was small,he ness and draw tho pain. You get. ,
and Monday
. tiu therefore afternoon at 2:30 in the and I always at and feel sot roach better #
ease
t .. tn&tmeL HaD' Catarrh Methodist ed better than that. was,subject to croup, was once i
/jl" (: .Ufaetured' b, P. 1. Cbqq, church.' 'Change of time is Messrs. G. A. Smith and J. W. Haw- alarmed at such times. Cham- you want to go right out and tell the f

- :ley can m theamarket. onr It Ia tabla CouUtu-IDb made'to' favor those who' wish to at Mr. A.,P. Fant, industrial agent of kins, representing the J. B. McCrary berlain's Cough Remedy proved far other sufferers about SI Jan's. Get a -,

"11'"-'' doses acts frota directly M drops 0& the to a blood teaIt tend the Musicale. the Seaboard Air Line railway, was Co., of Atlanta, Ga., were in Starke better than any other ,for this trou- bottle of Sloan's Linimjnt for 25 f..

.t4' 'e" aurfaee8 danan*tU for 87Item. They ft ,MalloryvJones, of Jacksonville in Starke- investigating the syrup canning this week surveying the streets of ble. It always relieved him quickly. cents of any druggist aid have it in '

" .,, Bead,for circulars any tad:ease to* a visitor to Starke Friday was industry of this'county. Mr. the town for the purpose of makinga I am never without it In the house the house-against 'colds, SON and

", i:'.jJ.' --l:!f._CbdY.co. day. Mallory is now and Satur Fant iS making 'an 'effort to induce topographical map of the city and for I (know it is a positive cure for swollen joints, lumbago,; sciaticit d

'''':::1f\:;'$..ar ThagI.i.1 75. .,rataoar 0. iff of Duval county' and a'deputy sher the farmers in this, section:to plant.a gathering data from which to make croup," writes Mrs. W. R. McClean, like'ailments.. Your' m ney backvif

( tf -l" :J."' .".".,, rt.oafea__ ___'" am doing well. f says i-' he1 is i large acreage' of sugar:cawif' orthepurpose estimates of the cost of paved streets Blairsvffle, Pa. For'sale by" all deal- not'satisfied, but H does: give almost'

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PAGE 8IX '. THE BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAPH." _
FRIDAY!. 'Deeemhw_ jll4iEIUY
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TragSe tirmbn on.Frh Air. :
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LEAD THE FLORIDA
SHOULD : The Innate corruption and depravity

of human nature were perhaps never


I4!:' FROMEVROPE IN IJVE STOCK 1914'OAT CROPe clearly stands black brought hole unrivaled of'Calcutta.out as than an instance In That'the When You ;,,.W ati't, "f'-,.'


IfcVrIf i the utmost suffering humanity can ':

Washington, D. C, NOT."30.-The : A new demand is now being made I Washington, D. < 3O.-The passed through by a large number A 'Horse A Mule r:; g

lit Department of commerce, today issued on the Southland.-An increasing-population :. 1914 oat crop of Florida'will amountto yet leaving a few sun trots.to tell #,
c
the tale. have been slain > ,
lK a statement showing the different rapidly rising land values, and approximately' '765,000 bushels, or executed Many at oDe more time death being -- '. '" i I::' kinds of c articles imported into a-decreasing natural supply.of animal pdccf'with't a total yield of '900,. !II-
but pafe
anticipated, probably only
;, the United States from European food products have turned the eyes 000 bushels last year/according to estimates keeping of the prisoners was Intended, A Buggy A Wagon

i countries. The compilation, of these of the nation toward the South as given out today by the crop And only tear of breaking a despot's i

',/' J data was'made necessary in order to the only possible soureeof'a future reporting board of the United States sleep prevented their earlier release. -*; ------_ .;

f.," intelligently answer- the numerous and 'adequate'supp y of animal food., department of agriculture. The acre Yet this torture "nnequaled In history ..

:: r queries received, since the European What are the special advantages yield this year is 17.0 bushels; and the or fiction whose record cannot be read A Set of Harness

'' war began, from merchants and manufacture'rs possessed by the South, which have product is bringing the farmers about unmoved after the lapse of 150 years" x jt

' :;,; in practically every'country given rise to the almost universal 69 cents per busheL Last year the was produced merely by crowding men ijm

..;, in the world. According to the opinion that she can and must furnish average price was 67 cents per bush together In an 111 ventilated room. No

i' report, the United States is dependent the future meat supply for -our fires,racks nor scourges were needed. Come to See
elThe All that was done.required to'be Us l
fj. upon England for a large portionof increasing millions? To appeal so oat crop of, Continental United -
done was to take from each the amountof
the cotton goods consumed in this strongly to the judgment ,of those States this year is estimated at 1- ::r

::. country, approximately 36,000,000 who have given.the subject carful 136,755,000 bushels, or about 15,000- air and cruab space bim.lnto to which he close was proximity accustomed We buy in car lots and givc'our customers .

yards of cloth valued at $20,000,000, consideration ouifacilities for livestock 000 bushels more than last season's with his fellows, and the thing the benefit of the.lowest ptices.J. .

Fj being imported annually into the Unit production must have 'a substantial yield. The average yield per acre in was accomplished.-From "A Farmer's

ted States. basis in fact. 1914 for the entire nation was 29.6 Notebook."

1 Germany supplies the American Conservatively stated, the peculiar bushels and 29.9 bushels in 1913. "

k'. .trade with'a large quantity of chemicals advantages possessed by the South, When They Stoned Actors. J. W. ANDREWS & SON '

,' and last year sold $20,000,000 which will enable her to meet the ODD BITS OF NEWS. Authors and actors of today hare : ;

; worth to United States merchants. demands of the nation for increased reason to congratulate themselves upon ;

Other important articles imported to livestock products are about as follows Sedaville, Nev. W. E. Noble, desert the disuse of many of the ancient
,:' the United States from are Greek methods of showing dissatisfaction -
Germany in the order of their importance: teamster shot at rattler
a rec '
cotton goods, palm oil, potash, salts, 1. The ability to grow two forage nt1y. The bullet passed throughthe in the theater. The worst that a Starke Florida :
playwright must reckon with now Is an ,
lr i
wood pulp, machinery
toys cutlery, crops a year on the same land. snake's head and struck rock
a ,
_
ironical _
cry"of "Authorf followed
., gloves, silks, paper goods, clover and 2. Large areas of cheap land. splitting it The rock essayed $150a booing demonstration. Bat It Is on by record a '"' _
i* sugar beet seed, rice flour, cocoa, 3. A long growing season, leavingat - -- - -- t
ton gold and 900 of silver.
ounces that the Athenian audience at least ,t ...:
spirits wines and malt liquors. most not over four instead of six .,. ,- .'
--- --
At there 2500 tons of
III present are ore once forcibly ejected an unsuccessful .,
France supplies the United States months for winter feeding. in sight. comic poet from the theater. The pelt- '7'x

with a large amount of luxuries, 4. The absence of any natural or San Bernardino, CalL-Fishing for Ing of bad actors with vegetables and

tr among the most important being artworks climatic conditions noteasily over rattlesnakes is the latest sport 'round questionable eggs Is rare BOW even In THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. W

silks, autos and wines. We come by man, which are antagonisticto here. Fish hooks are fastened to the remotest provinces. But the Athenians A uccesstulremedYQ1RheumaUsmnloodpoiiol-
f also import perfumeries, diamondsand the health draw the line at and m
growth and development bamboo poles and held near the snake. did.not figs P P P and Diseases. wonderful tonic for boa ;
motion picture films from this olives as missiles. Aeschlnes said !
of high-grade livestock. The snake strikes at the end of the I was men and women. Has,been manufactured for 'hei:
a country. France contributes few necessities 5. The opportunity for winter and becomes hooked. nearly to Lave been stoned to death past 35 years. At all Druggists, $1.00. 4 '
pole
to the United States. grazing which if used during his stage career, and there Is a F. V. UPPMAN '
properly Ctf Savannah r
may New 'York.-Dr., Wright, the eminent Ga.i ;
story of a second rate musician who
Italy supplies largo of
quantities extend the grazing period at least ten '
sociologist, has created a sensation borrowed .
of
a quantity stone from a
macaroni: fruits and nuts olive oil, months of the year. 1,
by showing the increasing quan- friend to build a house'with, promisingto 5<1.t
.
prepared vegetables cheese still The .
.
-10- superior advantages possessed tities of opium that are being con. repay the loan with the stones col- :r ;::if.
t wines, art works, hats, argols and dis:1' by the South for the economical ; $I
: production sumed in the United States. He declares lected at his next performance.-Lon .: '12
tilled oils. Netherlands is a leading of livestock rest chiefly in our that the annual requirement don Telegraph.

source of diamonds and wrapper' tobacco long growing season and our large for legitimate medical and other purposes LIGHTNING EXPRESS:

and also sends us hides, fish, areas of chep lands. If lands that will Burma Ruby Mines.
is
60,000 pounds but that last .
." spices, tin and paper stock. Belgium produce one crop of corn or oats a year more than 480,000 pounds were Very little is known about the ruby < f s.: nL"1E'Rrtl.l(

.} is our largest source of diamonds and year are worth from $100 to $200 an brought into this country. "The mines of Mogok, In a valley of Burma, n .
use "
-
i' Also sends us much rubber, hides and acre, what is the real value ,of ours whence come nearly all the large 'ru- .. =-- '."l{
:--
: of cocaine, opirm: and other drugs is, _00- <;:..._.. iz
::. furs and linens. Switzerland leads a lands, which will produce a crop of i bles. The valley lies through a forest
I regret to say, largely on the increase rF
I oUr source of imported cotton, laces I oats, oats and vetch, or crimson clover Which Is seldom trodden by white peo ft. ,
i I in the United States, said Dr. pie. A few Englishmen'who live there
and. watches, and is'important in the and then the same season a crop : ORY ER TODAYekr
\ r Wright. have laid.out .a polo ground,.and between -
of silk and
matter .cheese goods coal of beans
corn, or soy or cowpeas, or "
j "' Crawfordville, Ga.-"Fritz, a trained this and the town are the mines.
tar. Ireland supplies large quantitiesof ?
lespedeza rat and the mascot of the local The diggings are slowly eating up the

: linens. The same expenditure of money and paper died recently. Fritz knew his village, arid the main street Is already GET IT TOMORROWTHAT'S

labor will produce more food for the half Id troyed. The work goes on all
,, SLEEP OUTDOORS. name and was a terror to other rats
livestock either as pasturage or dry day and all night, the' ruby bearing
and mice. He had been in the
a pet
It is tree the farmer's hours
waking forage, than can be grown in any other earth being brought up In Iron trolleys.A .
are spent, for the most part, in the section of the Union. newspaper office for three years.. few strangers who have called at THE WAY Wd SHIPNo

open, the farmer's wife and children The South lacks nothing in land, the mines have been told by the officials excuses or days of waiting when yoU -order from us; 'as 'w/,;

also enjoy the benefit of clean, coun climate," or facilities for the' production TOHELPFLORfDA that they can keep any ruby they positively ship the day order ;is received. '
air which find, but no one has ever been able
: try city dwellers are denied may
of feeds.
cheap
NEVER :
IN
YOUR LIFE
the to find one. The gems are imbeddedin
during hours the
of '
day,
i but how about the "third of life"spent stock Her only farmers.need is more The trained live- HOG RAISERS the gold colored clay which stretches have you been offered such LOW PRICES on strictly high Bade s!
: 'i Progressive along the whole of the valley, and it !
If in bed? This is a goodly proportion Farmer. 100, PROOF STRAIGHT A
'I Is only after the earth has been wash- ;
i -4 of the sum total of our days. ed that the rubies are seen. WHISKEY CORN OR GIN. Take your choice. Straight erf .
,
f Z' Ventilation from a couple of .half'
LUKE McLUKE SAYS. I Washington D. C., Nov. 30.-The Assorted Packages.:: {
: 1;: .. closed windows-or a window with a modern method of Marriage by Halter.
solving agricultural -
f ; curtain over.it will not give us that problems by investigating them, Among ignorant people of English Full Measure -,Full Proof Quality Guaranteed;

t i" life-giving stream of,fresh air in the i A man can lie out of a lot of things.' not only in the laboratory but also birth It was once the belief that a wife 4 Qts. 8 Qts 12 Qts. 1 Gain 2 GaL 3 GaL *!.,
abundance that health But he can't deny it when he eats on bought with money or goods was legally $2.85
F. S requires. I I on the farm in co-operation with the $5.40 $7.50 $2.705$4.90 $7.00"
married If the purchaser led her all
f. So
things of more'im
many seem ions.A farmer has such admirable
given results EXPRESS PREPAID
; t than the man will pay a dollar for a 50- the01' borne by a halter. -
portance screening
upper or that it is to be
theantihogcholera
applied to .
f f\ back' porch so that the family mayenjoy cent article that he wants. A woman crusade. Baring Gould the English antiquarfcn We carry a full line of all kinds of liquors/;? Write for roovplete pries Ei..
told of a village known to
poet
,
will 49 cents for 39-cent article
f. pay a "
i the
greatest luxury in thc e Congress has appropriated a half him who bought a wife for a half THE COMPANY
she doesn't wantA JOSEPH ZAPF
=
! / world that of waking refreshed and million dollars to carry on the work crown and led her twelve miles to his

4 eager for the day,that the years I' girl is real proud when she grad and experiments will be made in all cottage. The squire and the rector pro- P. 0. BOX 188 623 W. BAY ST JACK ?NVlLLE. FLA
uates from college with B. A. Butt I Ii
a
: i roll along and the stuffy bed room is parts of the United States. The aim tested to the village poet that he was
I i .. .
still holding its own and depriving! she is even prouder when she enters not legally wedded. -
will be not exterminate
only to the ,-
the family of that vigorous health the school of matrimony and. addsB -Why, yes I be. he replied. "Ill .. '
disease in the test sections but also '
which is alone Y to her degree. take my Bible oath I never once took
: a king's ransom. THE BUSINESS COURSE !
discover STETSON
to the
most efficient
AT
,. One needs of A girl can wear a long skirt and practical, the halter off till she'd crossed thee .
course proper protection
against make it display more hosiery than if I and economical'methods for th doorsill and the door was shut" WINTER TERM begins Janury C. Tuition $.... a M>nti. Individual iutractiM ballege
weather-a hood
severe continuation of the work of such wife *
The latest Instances
throughoutthe craduU 'nJ, J j.
she wore a short skirt. It is all in
if
the hair be thin and plenty of wool country. sales occurred In 1S5S and 1S59, when 1. A CoMtrdal Coane e.brsdng Bookkeeping, Buiatu Arithmetic, Cm.ercbl Lay,

I, r; blankets. The little iron "army cots" the managementA I The investigation will fill a long. women were sold In Little Horton and Penmuuhip B-tineu Encfiik. Rapid Calculation, Olin frarfiet, Baiiaai fne&* ..* .

I or hospital beds" being narrow can be mother never changes. When her felt want as the hog death rate in In Dudley. lu these cases a blue ribbon spelling '

easily pushed in or out if one does son is 40 years old and wears long took the plat of the straw halter. 2. An AdTaoetd QoBU-erdal Carpe embrmdnr Adraifced:: Bookkeeping, Arfttv at
" this state from cholera is 150 '
r whiskers per Advertising *
she won't call him anythingelse
not to the old beds I
care move out
1,000 head and raisers 3.
hog A
are losingan pedal Banking CMIM. \
but "Willie. An Inventor's Hard Luck.
"'. In our home it is desired that each of 116,000 valued 4. A Shorthand Cocne embradng Ben Pittman Trp.Wiitlq,1sd-
hogs,
average at Stenoftapbr. Tondi
The scientists must be losing their Ill luck was the persistent partner
.
}: child sleep alone and we find thesj $696,000 from this disease UIA Letter Writing, Spelling.
annually. of Samuel Craiupton the inventor of
: grip on the PeepuL In December of 5. A .
t little narrow beds (they have good : Manufacturing Gave.a. |
the mule.VhL Cromptonwas
last year the Harvard savants an spinning A Department of Buinm Adniniitratlon leading to ''. B. Deem in tiw Cdta*
the Or sheet a
springs), just thing. a' "
I aii iufsiit his faltu-r died leavingthe ? Liberal Arta. _
i f spread on the porch floor and a thick nounced the Great Discovery that ML NOT SEND lad to the care of hs mother who Send .for.. catalog'of Stetaoa College of Liberal Arta BISSWESS' COLLEGE. CaBen of '
nearly all women are knockkneed.But La.Sell. of Technology. School of Music School of Fine ArC, Domeitic Science, aid *
l- mattress placed thereon is found to Insisted poi a tlr iy task of well spun School Teaching. Addreat STETSON UNIVERSITY" DeLanjl Florida.i .
ber quite comfortable by many. But you may have noticed that the wool. He ltested it and invented the *

1 whatever plans and schemes must fool men keep right on, getting married EUROPE WHEAT% spinning mule to relieve: himself of the .f.. -=
' bee and taking a chance.A work. Having invented it be was not --. ,
1- resorted to, just make a trial ..
Massachusetts girl cut off her ______ lucky euonsh to find a capitalist to i
t- season of this sleeping in the open.
hair in her Most it finance him. Wht'U1i" save a model u
: sleep. girls yank The United States has approximately
: The result is a foregone conclusion.
f y There is no tonic in the world like off before they go to sleep. 300,000,000 bushels of wheat on of his iuventiou to -.-a company of t.ttTYLENE
manufacturers a subs riptiou list was
The Hibrows claim that the of if 1nt:
dry, cold air: Damp air cannot be so use hand this year for export and practically opened to recoup him far his Josses GAS THE HOME I.

recommended, but as it's the'qnly air a medicated tissue screen "will makekissing all of it will probably be sold and several of the subscribers repudi IrH

I there is on a damp night, we must "safe and sanitary. It may to the warring countries of Europe. ated their signatures.

1. shut ourselves in with a few square make it sanitary, but.there isn't anyway According to a report issued today by I ,I I !1Iff !,lnPI';;" ...

inches to be breathed over and over to make kissing safe. the United States department of ag Diplomatic Letter. 'I

during many hours. The English have ,' It must be a terrible jar to the re riculture the wheat production of the The wayward young man. broken In WE SEtU

the best complexions in the world formers to realize that the fellows United States this year will be around health was sent to the southwest; to ACETYLENE GAS' MACHINES.
who smoke cigarettes to r ujJiarntE''. lie was in jail for stealing
manage copout 892,000,000 bushels and -
and they sleep in the dense fogs thatexist only 601,000- _
: a hind quarter of beef. lIe wrotehome in several sizes to meet the requirimtBts; of the farmhouse
so good jobs.
y the fades many 000 bushels will be needed for food _
in England. When : "Dear o'atbl'r-I'Te licked up and bam the town house, store factory, hotel wareboosft
weather renders the consumption' and seed at and boat Larger sizes for lighto .
ment porch an purposes some flesh since I came bore but am community.and village |

impossiblity, leave all the windowsopen U. SlWSHESWORLD home. still confined to my room. Please: send THESE MACHINES ARE CHEAP DUBABLE. ABSffLUTELY -
The capita wheat consumption: ; SAFE and require only few minutes attention
on the side or sides of the bedroom per n me$100. Exchange.: >, about once a month. With our IflNITJXG SYSTEH no

into which the rain is not com of Florida for food is 4.5 bushels and matches are csed in lighting the gas. The machine can ceI

AUTOS the total amount required for seed Scientific: Problems placed In the residence, in an out-houu's or in the ground.

i ; ing.Many parents will protest, "How 11 i and food purposes itf this state is 3.. "Much energy Is not utilized. There Acetylene gas produces a bright Ii *it at the low COST or

can I manage with a family of children I 816,000 bushels, leaving a deficiency ought to be some way of conserving Write for Fall ONLY Ol\"E.BALF CENT AN BOOB for a 25candlepoParticulars *
light Equally good for
-1 ? I know the value of. outdoor I Dur-f( of production this year of approxi- the rays of the sun. cooking purprjses.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 30.- ''mutely "Yes. and look at all the energy that THE GEO. W. CLARK CO.
3,816,000 bushels.
t sleeping but it is an undertaking to Florida is
ing the year ending June 30, 1914, goes to waste in chewing gum. If we 202 CLABK
not wheat BUILDING FLA.
aecomodate six or seven of us in a *.. a producing state and will 1 .JACJL.t ONVILLB.
American manufacturers shipped 28,- could only harness the gum chewers .
small space." Let me suggest a tent 306 pleasure autos, 784 commercial have none to ship to Europe.I eh r-Pittsburgh Post.Natural a _

i in the rear of the lot for the boys of I I 1-I -
trucks
and
a large amount of antparts YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS .
.
f the family. Witness their delight a1 j i I Error. I
to foreign countries. The COMbined Break It Up Xow.
PEDRICK
a suggestion of tho kind and you willbe "She is rather thin." I W. A. BESSENT, Jr. : F. S.
{ : value of these exports was a?- A cold is readily catching. A run "Whor t
it is indeed
that good
-I persuaded proximately $43,200,000, to Jora
according is

pl -aport, as Westcott well as.,good in the health Progressive policy.Maud a report issued by the department cf You owe system it to your susceptible.=l'1f and to to germs others'f yonder."That"girl In the purple gown over' FIREPROOF GARAGE!

commerce. Practically every country ;cur household to fight the germs "Gosh, I thought that was a designIn tALL

Farmer. on the globe bought American c' r .., Dr. Bi1 P;"e Tar Hog the wall paPer.-LoulsvlUe Courier-
MARKET. made autos last The e3' JournaL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE A GASOLINE
WANTED-A year. exports to i for colds ajjj '' rp'S. It loos-

Like any other business man, the European countries were'13,357 cars, c.'I mucous, st'''\s the cough and ENGINE WORK. |

farmer only wants a fair profit on his valued at $12,250,000; North AmerLcan HI' the lu .:;:-. v* sruaranteed.i Spiteful. .l

capital investment and a living'wagefor countries took 5,488 ears valueway O; :!- d. rorr .." '"""st. (1)) "Do yon know Mayme, I bad the

his labor. There is no better at $10,686,000; Oceania, 4,996 autos, .. hardest wort In the world to keep Mr. WORK GUARANTEEDPHONE

of helping him make both ends meetthan worth $4,485,000; South'America. Africa 'P:1M; Cared .in 6 to 14 Day Smith from pnposmg=r
.,, ; :, r .;iK-iK .w.1! rf''jnd "" H "I dare say you had-to some other : FLA
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THE BRADFORD' COUNTY TELEGRAP
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-Y Decemb .4 1914. {PAGE 4r
rb, A SEVEN

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# vtaNsoN's LA lOO SURPRISED THE, CAPTIVE .
: :. A Nervous Wreck

F"I tiU l" Aroused Varied Emotions
\ He Cwidnt d and the'Kind An Incident That :

j4-4 tt Story He Wanted All Around. n Had'No-'
,
Basil
General
his hisReminiscences'
,of B.' L In
ttIIII. from the Letters MICHTY
:'r Confederate'armrl tells FINE
i iI 1 IfeD D.- shows his aversion ,to W. Duke of the Desire s
incident be witnessed'Just after
of an
is't r\ ___ one ot I1b own books, and the
1 the close of the war: To Live
for which he yearned:
of tory
,feted
{ T ""One morning about 9 o'clock I was .
y" *# ,I* W, E;. Henley: I send you a book station ,J
sitting on the platform of a .r:
IwMcb (or I am mistook will please

fft(*Vfeett pleased me. But,I do=desire a tion waiting was for attracted my train to a when squad my of atten Federal .- PerunaIs That's What They all Say : ,4

and
J.'t a.-Ir| of adventure-a romance no .
...i

"pI I: } ,f_i will read get or aDd write reread.me one.'too Dumas often:, guard soldier during who the bad night evidently but were beenon + ATonic -. About Our ,Famous. Line of 'r f ;". -

rz. I1Ilbave
; their breakfast They i .
r and I am snort I want toiler now 'getting and t
too.
h: p eott, well supplied with rations and it
were
swords club. I want a book top

; !4 bssta Ins good ,"a7book.. I guess seemed"Just in then high I caught spirits. sight of a .lank.hungry .. ::3 StrengthBuilder' .

k.f pn Treasure bland. alas which, I fellow who was unmistakably \ .
looking ;

M i l.ri"'e!t..* to never be ninety., read and 1 .would cannot that though some I an faded es-Coufederate.Jacket,, He with_wore the >a, 100-PROOF-WHISKIES ] \ ; 7

'clot that I a ragged gray Mh > So ,
!pt else had written it: By all :: > SaysMrs. ,
of most dilapIdated !: -
buttons cut off a I pair .
: book for
it b the
l .. learn very my ,

:}r lt J .' ..,tJtt.and they l'Jlte.tbe' tell me way John, I Silver hear .is It haversack blue as trons.lIud empty as''extra-sidereal an; old nmva.s Stroebe.. Frank R. F. Good old time whiskey that is a pleasure to drii k. Not made yesterday -

}t. hU neck. It be
ar'ouud ,
D. 1, Appleton
hung
it pod fun And to me it is and must space to be sold today but aged and
mellow
bad eaten a square meal within Ris Wls. Her letter pure, goods that. Have

m:;,i)C h'; er be a ,dream Ob. my unrealized sighings a after book un-ro- months appearance were deceitful.. reads: "I began when using health Peruna and a stood the test of time. To those who want and appreciate somethinggood

sVm hidden! behind a cotton few months ao my
; He partially
was
\: "! ajnee or even Skelter). and. oh the bale whence lie watched the Yankee strength were all gone and I was we recommend our 100 proof whiskey to be the best '

.[ 'wary age which will produce me nelHi threatenedto nothing but a nervous wreck. Could sour

; ikrl spread with.ves. that dis- not sleep, eat or rest properly and money can buy. I:'
the intervening
ij1'Jchapter j I.-The night was dark protrude across felt no desire to lire. ,

r'ijd cloudy the'ways fool The single tance. Three bottles of Feruna made -

;|Porseman, cloaked and booted. who "About: tN! time I gthim the me look at life In a different light
,
l..' "[pawned his way across 'Willesden Tanks'!. < aujrlil sight of him. They as I began to regain my lost TAKE YOUR CHOltEPACKAGES
consultation then one of strength :While my recovery took
i f, common had not met a traveler when held a *h"rt ;
pl them sprung "1'. started toward him nearly four months, at the end of
sound of wheels"
:4 f the
that time I was better than I ever
ittf -, "Chapter L-'Yes. sir/ said the old and, sbonl..1! nut: had been before. I had a splendid f

; pilot she must have dropped into the Hello; rel: Come this way;, we color and 'never weighed more In my

:f 9' bay a little'afore dawn. A queer craft want you"For life."I ASSORTED TO SUIT CUSTOMERSNumber

some reason-perhaps becauseI
she looks. certainly think Peruna Is without ,
r ",8be shows no colors' returned the was sick and peevish conceivedthe a rival as a tonic and strength

: young gentleman musingly. I idea that they wanted to arrest builder, and it has my endorsement"Mr. 100 PROOF CORN WHISKEY

'5t' : .They're a-lowering of a quarter I Ij him. and my blood boiled with Indignation Charles Brown, R. R. 4, Box 79, 1 $ d'50'

j j boat Mr. Mark.' resumed the old salt at so totally an unprovoked act Bogersville, Tenn., writes: 1 have 4Qts $3.00,8. Qts 5.75,12 Qts. ; . ,
tried .different remedies but ,
't 'We shall soon know more of her.' of oppression."The many ,
f j s>
.
have found that Peruna Is the greatest 100 PROOF GIN
\. :y{ *''Aye: replied the young gentleman 'Johnnie' evidently entertained Number 2Number :
tonic on earth,and a perfect ays- $$50
I j called,Mark. 'and here. )fro Seadrift the same opinion for he began a rather tent builder. 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts. . .

;j j comes Jour sweet daughter Nancy, rapid retreat A fresh summons, bow- \ .

t"!i ", 'tripping down the cliff.' ever. re-enforced by a volley of threats. MASTER'S SALE. 3 100'PROOF RYE WHISKEY

;;: i t.,, n _'God bless.her kind heart, sirr ejaeI Induced him to turn and approach the virtue Notice of is a hereby final decree given of that foreclosure under and made by 4 Ots $3.00.8 Ots 5.75,12Qts. . $8':50 ;

I! '"sl; ;tfated. old Seadrift party with an attempted dignity ,of and rendered the 2nd day of November, A. D. l
J 'f I.-The notary Jean Bos- 1914, by the judge of the circuit court of the 100 PROOF '
, :; "Chapter demeanor that was ludicrous comparedwith Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and Number 4 KY. BOURBON Q"

4 ;'slgDOl. bad been summoned to the his hasty retrograde movement for Bradford county. Florida, in chancery in 4 Qts $3.00,8 Qts 5.75,12 Qts..0.. 50
Favor of Lois Adkins and A. Z. Adkins, her
l r.t'top- ot Ja', great house in the Isle St "When .reached the spot where husband, complainants, and against W. N. ,

ti 'Louis to make a will and now his the 'grub' was the Yanks seized him. Mardaugh and Eunice Mnrdaugb, his wife, !f
Ii 1'' t duties finished wrapped in a warm defendants, the undersigned will offer for sale
made him sit down and began to exert -
? + before the courthouse door at Starke, Florida WE PREPAY ALL EXPRESS .
,; -II roqnelaure and with a lantern swinging CHARGES
, themselves to appease ids manifest during the legal hour of sale on Monday .
ry from one band he Issued from the I have known some extraordinary December 7th, 1914. to the highest and .
hunger.
best bidder for cash the following described
: 1JIIIDIlon! on his homeward way. Little feeders, butt honestly believe I real estate lyin e and being in the town of Write for Our, Complete Price List on all \
rI ; 'did he think what strange adventures Starek county of Bradford, State of Florida, ,
two
have never seen any other men '
j ', to befall btm.f to-wit Leading Brands. Largest Stock in the South ,
'li! >'were eat as much as that fellow did. He Lots one two, six seven and ten in block t ; I
f S-_ _That is ,bow stories should begin. two. in Truby and Davis addition to the town
for not less than
kept at It steadily an
of Starke.
, =fI if Afid I am offered busks instead.
hour while the Yanks aided and encouraged A. S. CREWS. .
: fir' "' What should be: U-6-6t Special Master in Cfiancery.
' him the utmost He
drank
to
i The filibuster's Cache.
,, L41! Jerry Aberabaw. six tin cupfuls of coffee. He swelled Chas. Blum

, 11'f Blood,Money; a Tale.Wait visibly and I wondered how his frail Notice b GUARDIAN'S hereby given that SALE.four weeks after Company

' is: garments stood the tension. date, to-wit, the 9th day of December.

z { i Aunt Anne's Tea Cosy.l "When at length be finished! his captors 1914. the undersigned as guardian for Charlie
f'.; Mrs Brierly's Niece. V. Cylatt, Tbeo. Emma Clyatt Sallie E.
; 1 Society; a NoveL crammed his weatherbeaten old Markham and husband, Carl Markham Wil The largest and oldest mail order, house in the South. Established over quartej of Cen.'
liam J. Clyatt. Walter N. Clyatt and
wife.
haversack
'i IL: L. a full of hard tack and bacon i
I Hazel Clyatt and Williard L. Clyatt. minors,
i r and sent him on'bI way rejoldng. will apply to the Honorable George A. Gardi- I. POSTOFFICE BOX 584 LONG DISTANT PHONE',188 .

1' nor, county Judge of Bradford Florida '
county
"It is scarcely necessary to say that -
Lincoln's Life Line. '
at his office in Starke Florida, on the
*f, When former Senator Blackburn wasvicy my own feelings in regard to the Incident date above written for an order t used at Jacksonville Florida
private sale the interests of the above named .
-* young man be practiced law for had very materially changed .
j i} ,minors to the hereinafter described real estate -
+,: ,a time .. Chicago. daring its progress. as follows to-wit: y

:" One day'Iq the fifties he'was engaged ,. The, and southeast the southwest quarter quarter of southwest of southeast quarter

; !; in a case against one of tbe big law- The Gallery's Verdict. : quarter of section thirty-six (IS). township -.- .

t i1' "r- pets of the'dty. Blackburn was in In the',old days the proprietor of a five northeast, (S), and quarter west half and of the northeast northwest quarterof quarter }

i i' stniti-- He floundered a bit and a tall, music hall always used to walk up I of northeast quarter of section one (1), MASTER'S SALE. o; : Ii

houety man who was reading a newspaper and.down the center gangway duringthe township six (6), all in range seventeen (17), Hereby notice is given that under and by 1+i ,H 1IIIIIItIIIIII: +. .
; south and east, HO also CASKETs
containing
{ meres; virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure COFFINS j +
i near,him gave him a hint He performances and restrain the exuberance cast half of northeast quarter of northeast made by the judge of the Eighth ,

t $o &dared again and the tall man of his patrons. One night a quarter and southeast quarter of northeast Indicia Circuit of Florida. IB chancery sitting I And a roll LOM of 'SEABOARD TIME TABLE. f :
(1 quarter, less ten (10) acres in southeast corner in the circuit court for Bradford county '
.sve him another hint lady singer began a doleful ballad In and southwest quarter of northeast; quarter Florida. OB the 4th day of November. 1914. Undertakers' -, Supplies! i f, t"f

7 :fiTben ,the opposing lawyer jumped a still more doleful ,voice and at once and north half of north bait of northwest :n favor of J. H. Sandlin as complainant, I ,. ffhe following;;; schedule is f : 1f
Quarter of the southeast quarter section one
against C. i. Douglas Ella L. Douglass and
: ,*;5'." .: received: "the bird" from the'pIJeI'J' (1), township .ix (6) south range seventeen :* A. Duncan as defendants, the undersigned I Always on hand. The beat Mr nowin; effect: ; +

.?\*H your .honor please"'ale shouted That'll do.. boys," said the proprietor. (17) east containing one'hundred acres (100) "II offer for sale daring the legal I hours of I vice at lowest price Special .No. Jacksonville to Tamp t '
-
less
, also south half of southeast
more
or ; ! ,l r, -tfl desin to inquire whether Abraham Order,. please Give the artiste a quarter of southeast quarter, section thirty- IM4. to the highest. P. best bidder for cash I attention, to Telegraph.Orden. pi, due at Starke 11:02 A. M, +
' ;>Itaeota bj an attorney of. record in this4gliir chance." But when the performance six (36), township five (S), south range seventeen !be following described property: '
t 3f
(17) east containing twenty (20) acres northeast quarter of the southeast quar + No.:), Jacksonville to Tam 4'
1 was finished he took off his hat bowedto more or less; also southeast quarter of south Thean the northwest; quarter of the sooth- Registered Embalmer '
r 't: ?!" answer that" said Mr. Lincoln the gallery and remarked. "I beg east quarter of northeast quarter and north west quarter less one (1) acre for school and -- pa, due at Starke 11:14 P. M. i' r ;
m future '"I half of northeast quarter of southeast quarter five (B) acres on the north aide of the southwest 'No. 15, Jacksonville tq Ce 4' ,If
president am bat 1
f not. pardon you were quite tight"Lonndon and north half of northwest quarter of quarter of the southwest quarter of section -
i R- Ipe: too soft hearted to sit here and Express southeast quarter, all in section one (1), township twenty-one (21), containing eighty-four DeWITT C. JONES t dar Key, due ai Starke 4:49 + .. n
witch' six (6) south range seventeen (171 ((84) 'acres more or less; also the south half '
this .
: ,< man overboard with. SucccMotto P. M. 1'
young. east, containing sixty (60) acres more or less: of the southeast; quarter of the northeast G. C Lnrnpbm & Co. .j
' i; eat throwing him a plank!" also northeast quarter of northwest quarter + .
-Saturday Life. quarter of section twenty (20) All in township No. 4, Tampa to Jacksonville fo ';
"' and the southeast quarter! .f northwest quarter five (Ii) 101110. range nineteen (19) east, Starke, Fla.SEEDS. :
l .I r:: ro.c., .la certain of Its essential respects a and the north half of northeast quarterof containing in the aggregate one hundred and I i + due at Starke 3:49 P. M. 4' rt

,'i'.., t, "", madhouse; in others'a pageant: In still southwest quarter, section one (1), township four (104) acres more or less, in Bradford No. 2,- Tampa; to Jacksen- .f
six 6) south seventeen (17!
range
( county, Florida, and also one (1) gray mare
. '' PMling,Onions For a Living. 'others, a commonplace succession of east, containing one hundred acres (100) acres mule about eleven (11) yean old named f ville, due at Starke, 4:54 A. M. ff
"
$ ; The profession of onion peeling Is not humdrum Incidents. At times you'are more or les. Total number of acres described "Ma>-"
d' SBt that obtaln'- here in four hundred and twenty (420! JOE: HILL WILLIAMS, No. 14, Cedar Key to Jacksonville f -4'
much notice yet there quite sure It is all a gray monotony; acres more or less, situated in Bradford 11-6-Ct Special Master.SHERIFF'S .
due At Starke 9:21 f
; are at least MO women In tbe east end again It ,begins to arise and spread Itself county Florida. '
of This Srd day of November. A. D. 1914. #-A.M. I.
LutdoB earning their Jiving by rsmoTing like an Arabian night And the EMMA N.:CLYATT, '
, onion skins With practice Guardian for Charlie V. Clyatt, Thee. Emma SALE. We all the f +
unexpected breaks loose-a series of Notice is hereby given that I, S. B. Den carry leading varieties .1 I,
they:can make ,4 or 5 shillings per strange encounters flashes of vivid Clyatt: Sallie E. Markham and husband mark, sheriff of Bradford county. Florida, of Farm, Field and Gar- f Starke and Wafenee Branch f -
r W.' Often Carl Markham William 1. Cu- under and by virtue of that certain writ of
r; they have been peeling since color bright eager, personalities Jostling att. Walter N. Clyatt and wife llazelClyatt execution issued out o fand under th e seal den seed that have been tested H ff
{" childhood daughters succeeding moth. and Williard L. Clyatt at! the circuit court of Bradford Florida ; :
county
and strutting In excess of vitality. and known to be No. 101 leaves Starke 6:45 tat
adapted to this
: CONE & CHAPMAN
1 ..; It U not a profession against R. H. Reynolds and G. W. Scott "
j learn\ you can Harper's Weekly. Attorneys for Petitioner. and in favor of A. Z. Adkins on and dated soil and climate. We can fill f A. M. f 1
( In one lesson for the skin must U-6-ot November 3rd, 1914, will offer for sale and I
. \ be 'removed by hand or the osJon"Juice1 and the sell to the highest and best bidder therefor your order immediately for new + No. 104 arrives at Starke .
.. NOTICE OF ELECTIOW. for cash, at the court house door in the town 2:45 P. M. f
t .and Is no use for pickling. A woman take By virtue of the power vested SB them by if Starke, Bradford county, Florida, on Monday crop of all varieties of }
, \The onion can a dime to the the school laws of Florida, the Bowd" of Pub- of December }, +
: are always peeled in water. the 7th day 1914, the same Bermuda Onion Seed, Onion .. _
( liver counter of the butcher's shop and lic Instruction of Bradford county hereby order being a legal sales day of said court, duringthe ;
Tata'Is t
t i ,not to save the eyes of the strike a better bargain than a man an election to be held on the 5th day of legal hours of sale the following described Sets, Turnip Seed, Florida Limited Trains t t
k Peeler.,but Is,done to ,keep the onion December, A. D .1914, at file following place real estate situated in Bradford Grown Seed Seed Oats --=- +
, could
waUe. make: but a man can wear a for the purpose of electing three trustees for count Florida to-wit: Rye, ,
Londcm
f: t Express.- two dollar hat till It turns'green, while the next two yean and to determine the Commencing at the northeast corner of a Seed Barley, Vetch, Rape, I- f No. 9, Jacksonville to Tam t 3
amount of millage to be assessed two of land off the north end of
tract
.
That a woman can wear a twenty-five dollar Theressa. Inspectors of election Ed Ows- the west acre half of the northwest quarter of the talian Rye Grass for winter pa, due at State 12:51 P. M. tf

I They All Think one only till her friends know it by ley. J. W. Batten, and D. W. Moore. southeast quarter of the northeast quarter of lawns flower bulbs for fall No. 10, Tampa fto Jackson. f .
There goes a man who is sure Pm sight-Louisville Courier-Journal. F. G. SCHELL' section twenty-eight in township six, south,
> ; sot doing my duty to my family." 11-13-41. Secretary range twenty-two east; and run thence west planting and f ville, due at Stark 6:10 P. M. tf =
100 feet to a point of beginning; thence run T. J. Griffin 4 '(
[?0ne of your neighborsr A Favor She Won't Ask. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED west 100 feet: thence run souht 309 feet; NATAL GRASS SEED ; Agentt ]
R.: *" Pe." UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER thence run east 100 feet; thence run north Complete stock of garden and f f r
Aunt Clara" said four-year-old 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. 109 feet to the said point of beginning said
?; --"Evidently a friend of an,intimate Flossie. "I want to ask a favor of you." Notice is hereby given that E. E. Canova, .">d being 100 feet east and west and: 309 field seeds, poultry feed and ++...+# Ill IIHHI111 ++*!++ x

'i'ce friend of yoursr purchaser of tax certificate No. 63, dated the feet north and south in the town of Starke. :
"Well what is it dearr asked her supplies incubators etc. Write I
S. B. DENMARK. ,
6th day of June, A. D. 1910 has filed said
m :-WroDK'
:, "again. Not. even an air aunt certificate in my office and has made appli- 11-6-St. Sheriff Bradford County, Florida. for our fall catalog and weekly NOTICE TO: AJPEAO.

"i.\tJlllntanee. "When I prow op" continued the little cation for tax deed to' issue in'accordance In circuit court Eirthth Judicial Circuit .
< obbe.theur with law. Said certificate embraces the following price list on poultry feed, etc. of Florida, Bradford county.Bank .
.tt : miss "will yon lend me one of your described property situated in Bradford NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED Oldest established and largest I of Starke. a corporation.vs .
|> A Ufe insurance agenf-Detrott long skirts until I can have mine let county. Florida, to-wit: UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER cvt' t : ...r ,
w|Pret, Press down r-Chkllgo News. Southwest"quarter of northeast quarter and 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. seed house in Florida. T. M. Shaw 17
1.1r ;' east half of northwest quarter and northeast Notice is hereby given that G. W. Alderman Notice to ZApusr.
purchaser of tax certificate No. 41, dated The State of Florida iTo
quarter of southwest quarter and west half of c
iiJi 'The Thunder. How to TelL southeast quarter of section five, township the 1st day of July A .)... 1912, has filed L A MarOn Seed Cob T. M. Shaw Greeting-: '
F six south range twenty-two east, containing said certificate in my office and has made ap : It having been shown.-by reridavit tb the
a"liaf., mamma. queried the small "How can you tell when a woman Is 240 acres. plication for tax deed to issue in accordancewith defendant T. M. Shaw? ncD-na'de-it' of the

-- .a of a local labor leader "is it the only shopping The said land being assessed at the date of law. Said certificate embraces the following No. J06 East Bay St., .tate of Florida and t&attthe residence of ;
described property situated in Brad said defendant is at B1'fJl\8Wick, i'l1e state
l t ttender that strikes or the lightning "When they intend to buy they ask of the A.issuance H. Green.of such Unless certificate said certificate in the name shal ford county Florida."it: Jacksonville FloridaKASTER'S I of Georgia, and that the: Defendant is over Tt

"' pTbe lightning dear was the reply to see something cheaper. When they're be redeemed according to law. tax deed will Lota 4 and 6 of blot IS in Newsom's ad- the age of twenty-one yesrs. '
It is therefore
,
considered and
4 JOh.'welL; replied the youngster "I shopping they ask It iou haven't something issue thereon. on the 28th day of December 6 dition, south to range Lake 20 Butler east. flection 30, Township that the said defendant,;'.". M. Shaw adjudged do ap- I{

'r |*ij>pose tbe thunder doesn't belong to more expensive in BtOCk.Lou- A. D. 1914.Witness official signature and seal this The said land being assessed at the date of Dear t othe complainant's rill of complaint
} my SALE. here non or before the 7th Hay of December, f
.. the such in the
fct nniou-Chlcago issuance of certificate name I
,,i\. News I isrille Courier-Journal. t the 23rd day of November A. D. 1914. of Unknown. Unless... certificate shall be Notice is hereby given that under and by A. D. 1914, in default thereof a decree pro
W. T. WEEKS
,
-:- redeemed according to law. tax deed will issue virtue of a final decree o /foreclosure made eontoto will be entered;against the said T.
'> Clerk Circuit. Court, Bradford County. Fla. and rendered November 2nd, 1914 by tbe M. Shaw. : ,
14th of December A.
we., Not Very Par. Its Moral Advantage: (Seal). -! LMASTER'S D. 1914.thereon on the fay Judge of tbe eireuirt court of the Eighth It is further ordered -ths*' this notice be "'" .t

meredollar back that I marked "Aviation is usually conducive to the Witness my official signature and seal this Judicial Circuit of Florida. in and for Brad published in the Bradford County-Telegraph, t
ttlod SALE. ford county, in chancery, in favor of M. H. a newspaper published at Starke in Brad-
put into circulation only day beyesterday. control of one's temper.." Notice is hereby given that under and by the 11th day of November W. T. WEEKS.A. D. 1914. Markey, complainant, and against L J. Min- ford county Florida, opee": each week for
: tore Surprisine. ebr "How sor virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure chew and G. A. Epperson, defendants tbe undersigned tour consecutive weeks. : '
Circuit Court, Bradford Fla.
()b. 1 "It would made and rendered the 28th day of November Clerk County. will offer for tale at the old Dekle In witness whereof, I leave hereunto set my !
don't know. A dollar doesnt never do when several hun A. D. 1914. by the judge of the circuit By R. A. WEEKS. mill site in or near the southern limits of the hand and affixed the _1-,1 our circuit court
# TJ very, far.these cbtYL"-J udge. dred feet up In the air for one to get court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of 11-13-Et Deputy Clerk. ineoroporated town of Lake Butler, in Brad on this the 4th .day of N,\' .her. A. D. 1914. a
'''' put out would Florida, in chancery in favor of J. B. Whitehead ford county. Florida, where the property hereinafter W. T.' WEEKS,
-' Itr-Baltimore Ameri and W. M. Redding, complainants and Cms OM Saris Otter Unities inf Con described is located, during the legal (SEAL) Clerk. x ,

if; < Real Unhappiness can. against J. F. White and F. B. Noble as trustee The worst eases,no matter of how long standing, hours of sale on Monday, December 7th, By R. 'A. WEEKS
for 1914, to the highest and best bidder for cash, 11-tJ-St. : Deputy Clerk.
atV' the defendants. the undersigned will offer are cured by the wonderful, old reliable Dr.
: matter. old sale at the White Mill four miles northwest Porter's Antiseptic Healing Oil. It relieve the following described personal property to-
j Sn! Von' took unhappy. Cynlcus-1 Settlement Work. of Lawtey. Florida, during the legal hours of fain sad Heals at the AaIIIe time. 25c.50\:.$Loo wit O'ne NOTICE TO DEBTORS UMD CREDITORS. r i
lea., Tm almost as uubiipp &s a "Did yon hear about Muggins taking sale on Monday. January 4th. 1915. to the saw mill outfit consisting of one Notice is hereby given; thSt all creditors,
worniwlttl up settlement work r highest and best bidder for cash the following twenty horse power engine and twenty-five legatees distributes and i aU' persons having
; "" let that nobody wants to described personal property situated in Whenever You Need a General Tonic horse power boiler one saw frame and sawmill claims or demands again.'Itbe estate of D.
1 j b w.-LotMioa Telegraph. "Tea. He usually works his creditors the county of Bradford, state of Florida, to- Take Grove's,, outfit, one certain saw bell and all at- S. Wheeler late of Bradford County Florida, ? }
for 50 cents on the alt- tachments. deceased, are hereby reqiiJreJ to present the
!ljr'e t. dollar.-Town TOD- Standard Grove's Tasteless JOE HILL WILLIAMS, duly authenticated the undersigned
>; One sawmill outfit complete located in the The Old same
1 A' Ilite'rlfnq work and leave no tags. ks. southeast corner of section five (5), townshipfive chill Tonic is equally valuable as a R KNIGHT As Special Master in Chancery.D. will be held in bar thereto; arj all persons infill indebted i
be held in bar hereto anall persons
J, DO *.. (5) south of range twenty-two (22) east, because it contains the
:2i.&llcnr when yon are. at a General Tonic Solicitor for Complainant11.6.6L to said estate are required to pay their
Your and of
1 tttlll c; do It and be done with It-Pro- own words and actions are the eight (8) head JOE HILL oxen.WILLIAMS. well known tonic properties of QUININE said debts to the adminujrator forthwith.
> only things you will be the Drives D. W. MANMNC.Administrator .
r lraorBbtckla' called'to ae Special Master and IRON. It acts on Llvc,
If it's it's in the Bradford of tbe stale of D. S.,Wheeler..
news,
oust for. A J. C. POPPELL. the Blood and
"rlik : Eempls. out Malaria Enriches deceased ,' rf114St
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mi 'PAGB BlGII'1* 1' ;THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. FRIDAYS DecemhpritV r.f<< >


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F -. '. DUCKING A SCOLD.

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Punishment a Long Tongue Used to
I). Win In Old England.It *

,. Is Interesting In these days ,of FOR THE HOLIDAYS. I '
News Items
County : woman's rights and woman's progressto

ri conjure up a picture of a "ducking"as

practiced In England at the end of FU RIM ITU R E

IIIf Interesting fccto .Gathered During the Week. l>>>y Our the eighteenth century. .
When the "scold" had been properly I
Correspondents .
aeuJar
[ tried by a crowd and conrlcted of her neighbors-she was escorted fact, # While we have the time-while. YOU have the time. We 'are- .going- to'gipe


i' by the.whole village-to the ''nearest our customers, :who will buy early, Saturday, Dec. 5, to'Satufd, Dec 13, ,onlq:

pond, and the greener and slimier the
TEMPLE'S' MILL Saturday.Rev. pond the better. A long plank waS '
A
J. F. McBride and R. H. Lee, produced, at t'ne.end. of which was the SPECIAL DISCOUNTlOFj !

It bas been reported to us that all of Russell were attending the. union- ducking stool and In this the screaming -

': \ of; the seed, cane has been killed that and visited in our homes, leaving for ,struggling victim was securely :

t : was left exposed to the' cold of last home Monday.We pinioned. 25PERCENT
K, were glad to have with us" four ,The chair end of the plank was then

.Friday week. of Clay county's prominent school pushed far over the edge of the pond. ,
; .. Mr. P. A. Johnson has a sweet po- and at it .i
signal tilted ,
a was deep Into
:' teachers Mr. C. E. Saunders and the ON ANYPIECEilOF
: FURNITURE IN -QUR '
tato'at his farm here that measures the green ooze until the scold was com- STORE,
;, 28 inches long and 24 inches in circumference Misses Lucy West, Orrie Saunders, Immersed.
pletely This special discount will
: apply only Cash
and also on Purchase amj will not
and Drewcilla Montgomery, apply to'any
and tips the scale at 8 When the''dripping, halt drowned #
x"' and 3-4 pounds. It is the slip dig- Miss Edna Townsend was with them. woman was raised to the surface purchasefrnade on the instalment plan. This will apply on Brass and Enameled

: ging, not the draws. Come again, appreciate your vis- again to the jeers and laughter of,the Beds, on Dressers, Washstands, Porch Chairs and Rockers, Arm Cl4rs. In Ea t.aIl

W D. Godfrey, a colored man, was its. ? onlookers it can be imagined that her .Furniturelincluding Art Squares, Rugs, etc. This is a chance you rejnot; likely to have
Rev. Jas. Strickland spent the tongue wagged to some purpose. Aftera
lolled Saturday nightly a freight again soon. iHULL'S *.-
the end of night at the home of J. D. McCor-, second dose she emerged more subdued '* .J: .
i train. He was sitting on v -
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and after third
mick a or fourth she
a the crossties and was hit by the en- recently. a'
was as
penitent woman as the vil-
Rev. L. A. Donnelly, of Gainesville, DEPARTMENT
1911 from I .y
fine He'came here in lage contained and was allowed to proceed
i and a preacher friend of his, B. L. '
\ in the
Alabama and was employed home a sadder and wiser woman

turpentine work. He has a family Adams, of South .Carolina, were vis- until the next time.-London Tit-Bits. STORE J:
iting in our homes Saturday and Sun- .
;: _
here.The _
; debating society had as their day. RENTED SCENERY.It .'

: last subject, "Which Deserves the J. H. Sapp and Edwin Saunders, of + .. #

f Most Credit, the Common Educated Gainesville, were visiting here for a Was a Parisian's Idea, and It Suited 0 #
.
r: :Man or the Graduate," it being hard few days lost week. the Thrifty Peasants

t fought The graduate side won. MES: J. E. Black, who has been on M. Georges Moreau one beautiful r .

the sick list ever since the death of day, in the course of a walk at Villiers- 'iff :

}. BRADFORD.The her.husband- is improving.Mrs. Saint Benoist greatly admired three Diversified Plantings Are. Safe Plantingsx

B.: H. Damon attended the un- magnificent oaks which towered from HI>obethetrlsdotaCil
J F ,. friend f ion the edge of a field. Drftr ssomutes .. rhvea46at dI""slLtL.la sbouI be pnrtId both IanalDw.sindt so _wbU are IJUW the mg rfUAI K'a aowI>aa .as u.01 #.aa-e&c*etc*we a \ many Mrs. Ada Walker meeting at New River Saturdayand taw" oe 8Ct'IIWIt 01 O1'ft.pooducnoa,rtunml 01 lllarkets w caIoa dos tbU teblt as_theecuyTo It will P'*' So in Bradford County join in expressing Sunday and reported a grand "You'll not see 'em much more, citizen pwta that d aaied pbobog,illJIOIICri7 waagcd grmrtn: the fmrtnf jirrfiti ind lllaF 11 aI.th..er tray .mmijij.iju boa a kue,_ cIOpo: EsDaimm,bra.
their sympathy to her her meeting.A ," growled the owner of the land. R s and Assorted Fruits Insure Pemaneot Boses,Shade Trees and SnndtLcrT Make tH Home
i. "They make too much shade. I'm going ProEUUeDiversificaUoB More AlJradh

in the loss of her husband. sad accident happened at Enter to cut them down." PUotrustior k.... and third home, fcc CCIIISWIIp commacal o ;shippinzto SfCODd to sipplf distant local 1IIark man_ The Bake JnrflJna rrabomea plantinz ol bauntaUoteiaS m4chmhte.al.d.! oaIF

f } We are glad to learn that Mr: Benton prise Saturday. Mr. J .E. Norman's "What a sacrilege! Cut down those Gooier Plant< In sutocimtquimity he both fresh fruit and far canning, to hoe,but-"IRSrSLTT.wW oat It UlII nlDe way ltd. t llro"" l 0 fruits k easy anrl emp1e and tot,pooIitablc. U"doe t period 7 ? a Iiboot.
Now thece
B
e moth
m fracas ,
c of near this place, is recovering little boy of about 8'years years of magnificent trees! Better rent them to ,bow..., bow Profits Dopartmemal ranging iromJm.oo AIriaoIIuIe daaoa4rate a-guru be will t&b lane. Nothing..impraoes oar iortbeJa 1siI'::"i..SoodII aad IadDaoa I5thet u..a.,a Ie

!.k from a severe attack of palsy. age, was caught between the sweep me." bout&p" vrirc peaeha. plums.Japan tolOO.OiIPft pasimmont.am can and tallied gapes. U rounded y freely vita of beautiful our properties palms as ioratc their;and wekcae femes f-homepkaaad,_,

': Cane grindings are numerous here. and the frame of the mill and was "What'll you do with them?' Large Soft. SheD Pecans,Staple as Bacon or Beef Griffiaft Macdenny Trees are Tesl ,Tried and Tree"'-
Pecans .
crushed to death 10 hours "I shall look at them as I pass by. be mut.ted are- wvckatil* iw a ti.nfilw CODCftItJaIftIIood product that At.dzdamF NmYna .err J.-bm.ck, Fla..we bate the_ *.-, .""
only living ere
Come one and all ands Mr.. Will sureaa fuua pkayua. ?sari trill praducemoteact al food complete IIIotk: adapted lor Southern plaatmg ee-ted Ia the South,_ '
Howard,and his new. evaporator,oper after the accident. The entire conmunity Will you give to me for 15 francs a !\ I UOtID4 birDs_aDCi t1wa buiIdiDIISo_any other pmridiallb crop KTOWH.club.deandapro/ilabCaop Ewry lama should have tome 1IIi1iz.lifts IruinDIYiMs.ocse'-bosobodetRaadsbtabbr urbin* pram and ocher mac gap hoie'unn"Ey" .twtd, guts aad "t.
year the right to admire them l' 1DII0Ib0nnse FwwdlOnlplanlmrltrcquln5ua.ltwmtrPft hrihttock: '"
2SL5J and tapped br u.af..J _
ating. is in sympathy with the parents any and the land bcnma the Vac a be med fcf fana.truck ice the dbbod ; j.
fIt "Agreed! It's only a Parisian who I Ili tabJQllo Yw WI IIIiIkc nu tontate ID plaabq pttamaoy.hae ill IIIc SwIll. am ; C a giitathe bat and Ia the 0tId atr '
Mr. Purvis'Mott has you 1m" TlIqlate boa atoa a eatis6c ._m....,.__tb.mnt. '
that
seems -
"
could have such a funny idea! }
J,;' .4 i found the center- of attraction at this We'are soon to hear the saw mill The,story spread abroad, and now cot-, and and T Plants for.h.. + -'-

; : 'place. whistle of Wainright & Clemons. whenever M. walk Web .'it:,
: Moreau takes a in -'h' Quick' -- .MaMmlatheby. tmmaam.c.y
I. ToO the 'ZIrm- ......
the m
plete ( ken from oven ra we..olaf.
Remember prayer meeting every J. H. Wainright made a business that district the peasants hall him tatenik pballq. Aagd,. tlr
1
: : While reporting 'a term of in the we bate
court and hoisted the when
i
over ship sued
rF Sunday afternoon at Bradford. church trip to Jacksonville Wednesday.On with: "Hey, citizen will you rent those b&ma a hdpiq I ba.d III aduttfio.
an.outlying county a village merchantwas coal runs out easily.- That hot air can >F tabIa _
three account of 'rain Rev. J.F. Mc- trees there c? me? If not Til cut 'em tuoJI l at o'clock'sharp. 1 PioIII.
"
i prosecuted for "arson. It devel- do to'twenty-one cars in forty minutes of 1
down. Yes or no? One, two L% k' ,,, 'a.p
I It We. are pained to hear that Mrs. Bride did not preach at this place on M. Moreau and three".1'.1' oped that the business men of the what it took 100 men a day to accom- t W .
yields
: l'! Maggie Johnson,. of near Palmetto, Sunday night. the lives of the trees that delight his town had retained a "special prose plish. t- Grimnis Setvsce Idrdiu,

:; .. but.at present at the home of Mrs. Miss Ruth Malphurs, our school view. The little birds would be un- cutor" to assist in the case. The at- Mi'f ii Inca d e.w the wb d ta.desed ban SIIIwd to the'tl dtaaaha>e ripe

';.!:ii.: W. M.-..Barrel, is ot.dping-so, well teacher, went to see the ,homefolksand grateful did they not salute with their torney for the defendant Invariably Good Bait. Fiji!, n' .aa6aotthearoeaktitaad.....to'ticct eras aoilaad atiri+d n.y

..t.- spend Thanksgiving with themat most harmonious roulades the preserver asked each witness'It he had evercontributed Fish 'stories are supposed to be fill IT Jbe tree bo =- '

l illneu. Sante Fe. of their neats.-Cri de Paris. anything toward the support unique as stretchers of the imagination "'":: &trill".......iled.......

Ft' '. Miss 'Cecil..Raborn'and Miss Mat- Mrs. J. E. J. Wainright spent Tuesday of the "special prosecutor." One old but Done beats the story told bya IIaok IN will...-. ed CIa RqUa&1IIIfIII". ;
a man was very:zealous in his efforts to recent British visitor at Washington.It Grtff ing Brother "
\ti*,,Stalsby- attended the Union: at with her sister, Mrs' Jas. Conner .- Uncovered by the Wind. ,
convict the that lMSr. Gear "
defendant The attorney seems:: one of. his acquaintances **Block. "
.. \ ,'Jfew River Sunday and. reports a good of Raiford. "In the year 1793 says an old chronicle started to ask him the regular "con a traveler of .some note bad JacbooriBe, Florida :
1\: "the waters of the Rio de la Plata
r a 1i. 'm* .' Miss Fannie Johns was taken to tribution" question, but the witness in- sold a small farm to an Irishman and
N .MrWade'Harrell'made' one of the hospitals of Jacksonville :were forced in the month of.April bya terrupted him and
a businessttrip gave his answer in I, the latter was complaining because
; 'c. most violent current of wind to the
I : fcver to LaCrosse Saturday. afteFis. Saturday. She reported to'be dosing distance of ten leagues, so that the the middle of the question with the there were no birds in his garden. ,

'! fine and to be home following result: "Set some traps," suggested the traveler -
.I. .tw>>* expects .on
neighboring plains inundated Victrola
,, were entirely Get That
: .
r" "Have
t Sunday. yon ever contributed anything "and they will come""Sure
and the bed of the stream was
,, _-, ...., E'N ERPRISE.. Mr.:Drew Reddish and his mother left dry. A number of ships which bad toward the support= an* will they come thin?" .

.', 1". '. attended the funeral of her brother, been' sunk in the river for upward.of ""No. sir; I never dM-nof" centr! "Yes. I was once in Africa and For 'ChristmasYour A
H-O your familyrThe there wasn't a woman. I had been ,
Mr. H. 8. Norman was a visitor Joe Andrews, of Cedar Keys on last thirty years were uncovered and, .
witness'wu excused amid told, within 200 miles. I wanted '
the some f ,
,
.to"Starke Friday. week. He will be remembered by a among others, an English vessel which laughter of the I
court jury and audi- one to cook so I bung a'pair of earrings :.
Mr. S, M Thompson and daughter number of our people, for he spenthis was cast away in 1762. Several per ence. He left the rood mad as"a hor- and a bracelet on a tree and the wide family! wiO be;
sons repaired to the bed of the river, '
r i : wise visitors.to the county seat last days in this net and heard <_ '
; young county.BROOKER. on which they could walk without wet. was to mutter 1 ain't next morning found five applicants tinder pleased Christmas morning to >
;
4 \a Friday got no family.-West Publishing Com- the branches."New York Tribune. "
ting their, feet and returned laden
Mr. 'J.. M. Norman 'attended 'the pany. find one in the house Its "'
a with silver and other riches, which had
i? t j' Central Union (;Baptist churches.. at W been long buried under the water. The Warning the Flirts. music and*entertainments kit i

(Jb Alachua. Sunda;. ,. G. B. Colson, a prominent merchantof phenomenon obtained for three days, The Silhouette and Painting. A popular actress was condemningthe always .w lcome and there'i
: the end of which the wind ceased art of painting begins inevi- flirt.
Bev._D U. Black attended the union at ,
,_ 4 of churthes at'New River this-place, has purchased him a and the water returned with great violence tably with drawing-with expressionby "The fUrt." she said. "has a good time no better time to get one this

b ; Baptist. R. C. H. auto. means of the the In the time of
lot to its native bed." point; result-line. present-a good a sort in right now. Write us or come
,..' Friday and Saturday. *: : v. We are glad to welcome Mr. A. A. This every teacher and academy real- the present-but what about the fa- the

II SfiO.- J..Phillips- and sister. ,' Miss Hazen again as.one of our merchants izes and has to realize. More every tare? Manx girl is on the shelf.to to stoe and see about :
; Goyoil House.
5 .Debbie;, were visitors. to. Starke. on great school of painting has evolved day because she kept men on the rack YOURS and we will arrange
Mrs. Allen entertaining a caller
't y : 'last Fi ida i. "'; here.Mr.. Matheny'has ginned about 250 one afternoon was not ,long ago and was from It. But this use of the point or yesterday."-Washington Star. to deliver it any time before ,

!1 e, ,,7' Mr._J.. Norman was among those; bales of cotton; in addition to Mr.Matheny's enthusiastically explaining the many drawing soon reaches its limitations Christmas. '
S who attended'to business in Starke and the brush demands mass or per- To Think About
gins he intends placing ina advantages of concrete hollow block
:a, ., haps it is more correct to say that mass "She seems like a very nice g'.rL""One
._Friday.; ; shingle mill. construction of which the walls of her
demands the brash. The whom it would be safe
to
'. wonder floating of mar
We wby. the doctor did not new home were built
Prof. T. B. Pli hoister "
'i'- was here on masses on to canvas or paper, with its ry? >
'
"The air In the walls afford
coine out' 'afternoon? spaces
Sunday
Saturday.Mr. edges the "Oh No girl Is safe i
insulation against heat in summer and holding outline of the form. no. enough for
..Mr. David Sullivan left Monday for Is silhouette. that But she's !
Pinholster nice
Dewey and his'sis- cold in winter," said Mrs. Allen. "And Silhouette in other enough to think

f' Homestead ter, Miss Lee Amanda, spent thanks- not only that but such walls afford words is the basis of all mass impres- about marrying If you only know whento ,

:c' ; :Everybody and his brother went to giving with their parents here. ventilation and insure a more healthful sions. Without a sense of silhouettewe stop.-LIfe.. .4.

Starke :Friday to see' the execution house." can utter no large and sublime :

_ ., a. "of',Will Moore. This is for all who CLAY HILL. The visitor nodded approval and moods. Yet. strange to say. the small In the Days 0.

went= and did, not receive personal ff .:. paused reflectively for a moment then part given to silhouette in the teaching "Hew these laundries do mangle
.'
--- of the art of painting in academIes- shirts of "
: t mention replied: your mall! said Sir Lancelot

I I iy ; e 'Miss 'Fannie- Dahm is visiting in Mr. Louis' Carter had his cattle "Well, our frame house must be quiteas indeed more often the utter lack of "Yes mine always come back shy .
;
: 4 r3e4 .,Jacksonville this 'week. dipped Tuesday. The good work is well built Every night we lock the It-has always struck me as extraordinary. several rivets." assented Sir Gink. KINDS -
:::; x i still going 'on.Mrs. .< cat in the cellar and have to let her out .- HaIdane Mncfall in T. P.'s Pittsburgh Post. ALL OF DANCE MUSIC :
1'- Mr. ,R. L. Hess,. of Lawtey, came -
. 't 'out here .,_Nancy Hall returned to her of the attic in the morning.-Detroit Weekly r London. RECORDS
' hunting Friday night. '
home in, Jacksonville' Tuesday after Free Press. g Much Easier. Fox Trot, Hesitation, Muile,0_-

There must .be someattraction .at spending .,couple of weeks with.relatives Bride's First Mistake.. Candidate of Ideals-Wouldn't you Step, etc.,-75 unb'and $1.25 ;

4' Lawtey..'..for y,.. Jesse- Witcher.WATERQAK.. here. Saving Trouble. An amusing incident recently took rather be right than president? Practical ;

Miss When Bobbie went to see his grandmother place in a hotel at a popular seaside re Friend-certainly! It is so much
Florence Crews THE MOST VIC.
COMPLETE OF
: spent Friday STOCK
l he was much interested .in sort. At one of the tables in the writ- easier to be right-Baltimore Ameri-
,' .. night and Saturday at the home of whatever went on in the kitchen. One ing room sat the young and charmingMrs. caL TKOLAS ANIX RECORDS IN FLORIDA. :
: } Mr. $. W. Wilkinson.
t < ;. We. were glad to see the refreshing day she said to him: "I'm going to Newlywed busily engaged on a -
'
;, '"-n; '. 'showers Saturday 'and Sunday. Mr., W. A. Starling is grinding his make you a nice little pie in a sancer, letter. Suddenly she stopped laid Ear Wagging. Florida Talking Machine Co
it :. cane this week. all for yourself. Don't you think I'm down her pen and gazed out of the Only animals with long and droopingears
!Wateroak was .well represented atthe" window then she stared at the are able to S Writ Fwijrtk Street
'Miss Gretta Cook take much trouble?" : ceiling wag them. A rabbit
spent Saturday pretty good to so
: : Union,meeting of the Black Creek In for instance do Jacu.aYiJJe, Florid
night with her teacher, Miss Florence Bobbie pondered. "Grandma," ,he evidently deep thought Finally she can what it likes with
: > It{ Association: held with the Evergreen Crews. i said at length "mother told me not to made a number of jottings on the blot its ears dropping one or both and lay- Established 1909. Sad for Catalog to*?
w church and 'all > ter beside her. examined them carefully Ing them flat
.reported a grand .and Mr. Glen Crews be a bother and if it's going to be any along Its back when
fi M! glorious meeting. was visiting on and at length resumed her letter.A dashing through thick cover. Haresare -,
trouble you can just as well make my
v': 'Wm .Montgomery and daughter, of Clay Hill Saturday.' pie reg'lar size."-Exchange. base and uncalled for curiosity still more brisk in ear movements.; A CALL TO FARMERS. t
.
Rev. James Strickland attended the prompted the correspondent to take his ,But short eared beasts like weasels

{ fs tR -t. ..Belmore__, were- visiting-. in our; midst union meeting at Evergreen and reported His Distinction. seat at that table not long afterward.On and..stoats, are unable to w g. their A business meeting called by the..

: '. a good time. the blotter each word followed bya ears In any degree although they have Starke Growers' Association for tiKe {
.t to
"William are you ever going get
,1 .r.. matters so arranged that we can affordto formidable question mark was the enough ear to wag if ,they had. th purpose of joining the Farmers'_ Society :
."" ,--<' mysterious inscription: "Happynes? business
The heavy purchases of horses have an automobile power. of Equity, the first real

; a S 'L 1I."I youCatarrh y made throughout the West by British "I don't expect that 'we can ever Happiness? HappynessT And.- alas organization the farmer ever hai
Mrs. X. had made the first mistake in
. '. and French agents for war is afford one. but I hope to get matters Consolation. Meeting.will be held af the Unto>
use, pre- her married life. The first two words
: ? senting a serious EO'arranged within a few months that "Why so. gloomy' looking. Madge Chapel 1 1-2 miles from Starke an
problem to thquartermaster's e had a determined line drawn through dear?' .
have Record- at J.
one.-Chicago
can
' we the German road. Doors open -
xt department of Herald. them.-Glasgow News. "Jack has thrown me over for a girl

. f h natal breathing United States army, and it is f eared with more money." o'clock ,p. BV ,
,! impaired? Doe ; Made the Hot Air Work. All farmers or co-workers with the
that it will soon be impossible to obtain Between Girls. -"Oh there cheer up! Thafs no sign
E throat set :: Until the aid of science was invoked that be doesn't love farmers are :welcome. Books will be
...LFr enough horses for its oWn parposes Lou-I saw Ethel yesterday and we you. -BostonTranscript
,= ,.Q' or dogged? the work of unloading cars loaded ( for new members if on*:
--- open any.
during. the present year. Al had the loveliest confidential chat .to-
5. with coal in winter in Philadelphiaproved'
: Modem science wants to business for the fri '
proves.that join
ready the 'She
horses gether. Lucy-I thought so.
'J'Oung into
brought
/
to be heavy task for it often
.. a .
theeo ire7ert
symptom
; wouldn't speak to Stow. ers to help buid Bradford county
me up
today.-Judge.
remount stations cost $17 head
Aut from fQliV40WQ bOftttu per happened that whole trainloads arrived
Ida and vapors are irritating more than last year, and these horses with' the coal frozen into a solid Crawford In fashionable restaurant" J. Si; ELLIATH, President.,

k ;; r and useless. are.too young to be'put in service a t Safe mass. Science built' a ,concrete .and Don't ,wrder anything for me. I'ni I W H. WHISTLER, See'h; f.

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