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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 11, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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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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l;SOME -ARE READ BACKWARD MEETING OF COUNCILNo There has been only one addition erage life.of the.modern'warship be- DELIGHTFUL PROGRAM AvoiD'PATENT .':MEDICINES' J

I _.pj] "- r to'the school in the past week, Ardel : foreit;; is relegated to the junk pile. .

llJjPaMstied in Native Language Dupree entered the fourth grade. This Weave found out that the average Dangerous to Use!\ Any ,Medi .

Business. Transacted Ex makes the total enrollment of the naval expenditure of the United Rendered at Meeting of Ladies .

t ittof Countries Where cept Paying Bills. school 385. The average attendancefor States is approximately $$150,000,000 Musicale Monday. cine Except Upon Advice. '_; '

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j j The city council met in regular ses- of the total enrollment. But as there roads would give the United States .At the open meeting ef the Ladies' of Physician. _:.
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;'n w sion December 1, 914. Present, E. S: have been several pupils who have 15,000.miles. of hard roads costing Musicale on Monday afternoon 'a -

J:1iTb": ... :Chamberlain Medicine Com- sion December 1,1914.. Present, E. S. stopped school the. actual attendanceof $10,000 a mile. Roads that would last most delightful program was enjoyed Dope and death! s

pip"hl of Des Moines, Iowa, has sent W. White.The bona fide pupils was '90 per cent as long as the old military roads' by those fortunate enough to be That's' the combination.' 'that goes. = ,

-Telegraph'a bundle of .fifteen following bills were examinedand for November. built in Great Britain by the.Romansnear present. with-the use of patent.iedicines. NQ

;:PMwspapers from foreign lands, which ordered- paid: Leroy Stewart of the third gradeis 2,000 years ago. In one year we Mrs. '0. P. Likins, of Jacksonville, reputable physician would direct the ; !
: Chamberlain advertisejMati. Central hud. still confined his home : could build road 30 from the
-f min the to on account a feet wide paved formerly Cathedral Schoolof
E. S. Matthews, mem council _____ S.OO use of a prescription of, which he did"not
; .Some of these papers are typographical s. A. Bryan, do : : %.00 of sickness, but we look for him with:brick from Miami in Florida to Orlando, was the guest of the .club know the exact'conients "

addities and are publish- J. W. Andrews, Jr..-do _u 8.00 to be back before the Christmas holi- Seattle_ in Washington. If this sum on the occasion and favored an ap and their
J. W. White do ,:..--...._.-... 3.00 exact Each
5gved:in .the native language of the J. c. WUta. do on tOO days. were distributed to the states ac- preciative audience with two,most artistically proportions. ingredient {

?;$ countries from which they came. A.A. H.S. Crews Freeman; salary'health--officer-- _, 18.75J. 7.60 Every one enjoyed Col. Peek's lecture cording to population Florida would rendered numbers, which has its precise duty to perform in the i

% : Here" are. the well known Chinese L. Warren phone rent 1.7K last Friday on the "Old Planta- receive her prorata share, $4,000,000 met with hearty applause.Her relief of the patient, ana the prescription :

f'characters.arranged in vertical lines Ed Silas Burned Kite do, salary ? ... m.._ 60.00 66.00 tion Life." He pictured it so'vividly to be expended in schools nd.inter- voice is a lyric soprano of' is prepared to r&et. conditions'

ff.| reading from'top to bottom, the lines Arthur Alvarez special officer 1.50 that brought back to the mind of improvements.. Yet congress can marvelous sweetness and shows' the revealed .by the professional diagno-'

,[ arranged from right to left. O.C. Gardiner F. Hoover, do mayor's fees 1J50 7.00 every one the, splendid picture of the not make an appropriation of one- most finished training. Mrs. Likins sis. Yi

:C/+. 'The Burmese language, as printed C. .A. Futeh clerk's fees 12.40 antebellum home of the old Southern eight that amount for the most necessary has a class in voice in Jacksonville, Yet, the layman, ignorant of the demands A

1&Jf'Ur. 'composed principally of a combination Hull's Bradford Department County- Telegraph Store, blankets; printing and 6.00 planter. And the only regret of the river and harbor improvements and probably will open a class in of his own physicial condi-i 't

'| 'of circles., Some'one wittily sug- mattresses _- 8.85 audience.was that they could not help for. our'stab Starke in the near future. lion unskilled even in the rudimentsof
Quigley Lumber I: Supply Co., Jail cells a scientific J $
f f jfBsted that. for this reason circulars etc __---.,--- 228.79 "Marse Julius and Ben to scrouge in I I Rev. L. W. Kickliter, chairman of The program rendered on Monday diagnosis|unconsciously

!.would be properly,printed in this Ian- Bead and Bridge Fond. to dat melon dats er hangin' 'on de the county board of public instruc- by the club .was :an unusually inter- exercising a sublime faith in an all- t
fn. v '> & Quigley Lumber &: Supply Co., lumber 18.97J. wise Providence to overrule mistake .
{#<*""-''"'' W. Andrews &: Son. hauling .____ e 13.00 vine." Come again, Colonel, you are tion, was a visitor to the school on esting one. any *
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jifjjfc jCingalese,'the language of Ceylon W. F. Moitt saw work 83.20 always as welcome as the flowers in Monday morning. We have been expecting The subject for the afternoon, being -I of his own weak' human judgment : i

.' if i| is also curvilinear. Japanese and. Si- The council adjourned- to next reg- May. a visit from the ,board as a "Felix :Mendelssohn, his life aM deliberately doses himself with ,

i aiaese, are composed largely of vertical ular meeting night. On account of the'inclement weather body, but they have not, as yet favorer compositions constituted the 'program I some concoction that bray be a poison '

'| lines connected by loops at either C. A. FUTCH, Tuesday we only had one sessionof us with a'visit. The Civic Club with a few'exceptions.The or an'elixir- knows no .differ_ : "i
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!&! ,tap .or:bottom, but rarely at both. .. school extending from 8:30 in the of Starke has promised us that sometime program was as follows: .l uc ,u muui ; 10
? 1\ese,languages bear some resemblance morning until 1:00 in the afternoon. in the near' future that they ,"The Carnival," Mrs. J .E. Futch. chance, with slow death as the op- ':'

||1$( : to the'; vertical writing now ELECT OFFICERS.The And Prof. Kean wishes the editor of would hold one of their business meet- Paper, .Felix Mendelssohn Miss tion., '-;.. ; j

?/practiced in our public schools. the School Notes to announce throughthe ings in the school building and would Marvick. The market is flooded :with bottles,. I, <_.

4 f;,The four hundred million.people off local W. C. T..U., now number- Telegraph that on such unlikely visit each room. We are always pleased Piano, Mid-Summer'Night's Dream, beautifully labeled and brilliantly at

India.have nearly fifty different dia- ing thirty-four regular members and days as last Tuesday, that is, when it to see friends and 'visitors. Miss Peek. tractive. 'If one may rust the label "

.J ;Jecta'or vernaculars. The Chamber- eleven honorary members elected officers is raining too hard to dismiss the pu- We would be glad to have for our Voice "An Old English Ballad,** and the' wrapper, the particular,concoction -', 0 J.

I*i ;hn! Medicine.Company advertises in at the November meeting as pils at the noon hour, there will be library .such magazines as the Cen- "Swallows,",(Chadwick), Mrs. Likins. will work a sure and guaranteed -, x

l!f)ten of the principal ones; as follows: follows: only one session of, school. Dismiss- tury, Harper's, Scribner's, McClure's.any'staldard Voice, "The 'Gypsy Trail.," (Gallo- cure for every, physical trouble
| ; Gujurathi Hindi, Kanarese President, Mrs..F. A. Scott. from! corns to. consum } ion. Usually: a
p Bengali ,
ing the school at one o'clock for the works of history and fic way), Mrs. Adkins. .
;.f M-Jayalam, Marathi, Sindhi, Tamil First Vice President, Mrs. J. W. rest of the day. tion. And any one having'read their Chorus by the club "A.Day in.Venice there is an exhaustive. :outline'' of .the,

Jj::,Telega and Urdu The Sindhi and Ur- White. The tenth 'grade in their English current literature and wishing to dispose (Nevin). symptoms of 'various diseases, which .',
.i 'clu'i.re written from right to left in Corresponding Secretary, Mrs.7. T. the gullible reader; may:recognize as #',
work ire writing on the needs of the of it may send it to the school. Mrs., Futch was in excellent' voice
1% the' Hebrew fashion. The Urdu b'a Quigley. United States to increase their navy. And good second-hand books of stan- and her 'solo was beautifully render- peculiarly his o..mand from the large' :' \, :'.

'i/ tort of script ,and is so 'chaotic in Recording Secretary, Mrs. E. W. We have at least learned the cost, dard reputations would be gladly re assortment he'may selet-one or more, ': ;: /. '
.,; :shape that it is impossible to reduce Stewart. ed.Miss and piroceed'toa'9icclti' treatment"
? how long it takes to build, and the av- ceived. Marvick's paper on the character .A'J
|,It 'it to'the"'movable' type form. Papers Treasurer, Mrs. R. P. Mattox. I 1.- i I. and compositions of Mendels- entirely Independent of'the doctors.He '

; ,.printed in the'Urdu language are first We bespeak for Mrs. .Mattox, our I: sohns -was comprehensive and to the is'remi id d, howeve that several ;:;

:r'written' out by hand and a plate made very faithful treasurer, a hearty wel MISSIONARY ,SOCIETY EN FLORIDA WATERWAYS CON, i'point, and showed careful prepara- bottles of. the medicine may, 1'w- f. '

., Rub'yth(lithograph! process. The .Oudh !comehenshe goes out*,the. ".first' ofthe TERTAINS. : VENTION. .tion. quired 'to work a'"cozIete"curs"e': .' : ,' _,.: ,! '

,r- 'Akhbar,"'a siiteen :page page'.daily year'tocollect'dhes? 'Miss Peek's rendition of'Menc Iisohn's And so the lfdestrpctlonand : .._:;:'. : j

; .printed,at Lucknow in this' language, The December' meeting Was presided' Thursday afternoon December 4, Palatka, Fla., Dec. 11.-A call has '"Mfd-Summer. Night's Dream"showed death'goes on at a frightfully. ,increasing ; l ,
Irl i claims ,circulation of 5000. It' isI1 over by Mrs. A. Z. Adkins, with rate. ., Y .:'
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; the' missionary society of the Meth been issued by the Palatka and San- a'true conception of his idea & : '
said that in order to handle this cir- Mrs. U. G..Turner at the organ. The New, what are the farte! :
odist church was very delightfully en- ford boards of trade for a conventionto and .was most artistically handled. : -- : ; !
requires office force of first song, composed especially for In the ; ll
I eolation it majority of
an tertained by Mrs. F. H. Long. The meet in Palatka Monday, December Mrs. .Likins captured her 'audience cajps'the: socallqed ,

about 200.: Fortunately for the managers Florida by, Mrs. Curtis,was enjoyedby president Mrs. J. W. White, led the 21, organize an Association to by her exquisite singing,' which was patent medicine;are made-up 'pf; xi: J ,
:the wages paid to the natives all The last song, "A Saloonless ingredients that cost 'from three' to. '.
; meeting which was opened by sing- urge congress to improve and connect indeed a rare treat to the music lovers: : (: iJ
are-only stew cents a day. Nation in 1925, never fails to awak- ing "Rescue The Perishing," after up the inland waterways of this present. ten .cents. for-a,bottle: that retails for :\ 5:

t'f- .The ',Chamberlain Medicine; Com- 'enthusiasm.: which prayer was offered and several state. The call js as follows: Mrs. Adkins rich voice was J heard a dollar. Some profit And in"a'mlajoritjr" .m : ,

11' ";pany;advertises in newspapers printed Between these songs..came the reg- passages of scripture were read. The "A new river 'and harbor bill will to advantage in her charming rendering of..cases-almost universally'' -- .' ; :" ,;\ ': ';!

|ff .in: thirty-two languages. Besides ular business and .an echo'meeting different reports given show the socie- be introduced in the coming congress. of the "Gypsy Trail. the' ,most active *contaijed agent,'js' {"f 't'. '_K f
..*, ',' and the welt known presided over by Mesdames Graham hasheesh : ..
the vernaculars
ty has done a good year's work. One Only meritorious projects will be con- The chorus by the music club show-II, .opium or aft0hol, : !tjf ; i
g ;European languages, French, Span- and Freeman. new member was gained at this meet- sidered. The St. Johns river is the ed careful and faithful study. them .narcotlcs;- 1I of<;tiera'stupefyring ?: :

? ,lab,:Portugese, Dutch German, etc., The following are a very few"of ing, it being the last meeting of the great inland waterway of Florida. Its The music.club is doing much to-i! perverting:' brain- ] activity' : add. J, '.. 'I.
the, echoes from the National Convention
the list embraces'a number of languages weakening '
: will power'and'
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head waters can. be connected with ward'elevating the standard of music j t> :
: which until recently at Atlanta: year.An I themcreating the
possessed election of officers,was held with both the east and west coasts. It is in Starke to the 'open meetings held j I desire'for more,'alWays .
but for which the Roman A petition to congress of 5,000,000 f '
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the following results: not a one-sided proposition. To the once a, month should be better attend r'. "a r" j
? encircled the vast auditorium r n
alphabet has been adopted. Among names LCrtAin'
; 'i\ 'President Mrs. L. A. Davis. east, as on the west of it, is' a tributary ed. the so-caUed. ; proprietary
[i these, are' the native Hawaiian, Samoan when the convention met. A year'snumbers Vice-President Miss Olive Ray possible of most profitable development \ medicines:are not to- be':classed:with : ; tis
Tagalog (Philippine Islands), of the Union Signal were : t. "
t patent medicines. These'are frequent ''"t
: Recording Secretary, Mrs.. Frank The connectionsto :
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proposed
''' :'Kaffir., Zulu and Basuto, of South Af- draped in such a way as to representa Colley. the Atlantic and to the Gulf are SANITARY NOTICE.Those I ly the" prescriptions;.Pminejt phy, : ; j 1
'?f rica. There is also a modern form of mile in length. (I wonder how far siciail who authorii ftleirpreparation : '
Secretary Mrs. inland with tillable both .
Recording Phillips. country on
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'_*'theMalay; language, using Roman I the Telegraph would go, similarly Treasurer Mrs. J. W. White.' sides. who have not .real the article on'a'commercial'$en!j.by: pate- {
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.characters, m'JWD'as Romanized Ma- treated ? Far enough, I'm sure to be ble chemists ; :
: ; 'whose : { '.
: Superintendent of Parsonage Work, There should be united effort on the in last week's Telegraph, under > epohsibilty: ,
f|' lay. .This .is .used in Java and the worth more than tin subscription J the .
guarantees that '
Mrs. R. A. Weeks. part of people living along these natural the heading, "Civic Pride,". are urgedto f. printed;formula
!| East Indies i price). has been7v-11-v"Tl---- and ; a
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'the'
I .(iA vote of thanks was given the retiring ,waterways to impress :upon congress do so,'more especially those ...
lt' ** difficult to conceive how theJWl' Since Ohio has gone wet the L. T.L's paragraphs
vJt k are prnted.ou.le:
usually ; '
officers, for their faithfulnessto the need of access by cheap'nav- formula :
: 'readers to some of the papers manage have this to warble on the air: rating to cleaning up the \. -' 'r
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: the work during their term of ofI igation to this wonderful region"This :
jll; to handle ,them. Imagine a man onL "I can't vote, ..- is signed by H. M. de Mont- town. At the request r of the Mayorwe I But the. use' even .of'proprietary; "' -
t a Crowded street, car trying to read Neither can ma; fice.As had cleaning ntedickea ,
| { a light spasm up is dangerous 'Accepting '
I V' .. I _. : the election of officers took up mollin chairman of the river and traffic ___ _____ .._ ___ I en" I. '
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,1. .' -.<.wo.. ...*. .... .AIn.. .... .......10. nwvn wet, '
iJ L.w use pages. are w. .1a "' w "' '''''' I a few. days ago, but seems to be over; the prescription or thedoctpr and,
: I extra time the usual reading were committee and Moses. Folsom, secretary ;
inches long and '''twenty-nine inches Blame it on pa"Mrs. I their '
a dispensed with and the meeting adjourned of the Palatka board and C."R. only as he prescribes. Because'a '
now.Before -
:. t' wide. This'is.the size of the "Hita- Scott wants a new member in I I II. reading this excellent advice teaspoonful in water once in -three.-' .... '
after.which the hostess assisted Walker, 'chairman of waterways com- a
.) dabi ": J Jt her for Christmas. '
in
Bengali weekly published stocking from the. service of the hours will be '
press benefeisl'Eiresnorear
j by her daughter, Margaret, and mittee and E. T. Woodruff. secretaryof } : i
Calcutta. Some, of the English dai- Mrs. Freeman wants a compendiumof Healtfi theytown
State Board,of a few of son to suspect that tatlejspoonful I .
sisters, Misses Lois and Louise Peek, the Sanford board. .a.
lies: published in South Africa, are almost t[ Temperance truths. : officials of, Starke had discussed once an hour will hasten Belief. ;
served a delicious salad course, anda Citizens of all interested communities -
i.; "- % unwieldy, the pages of one I have not heard of any "cold shoulder" this same matter and determined that I ;Florida has' had a recent" emphatic
social in the state invitedto -.
: i very pleasant period was en- are cordially r
measuring twentyseven'and one-half t being prepared. for anybody'sstocking not satisfied with two I illustration '
attend. No
mater
p .inches .in length and twenty-five, inchea : _though it is considered a 'joyed.j more important weeks of cleanliness in the year us'a of these narcotics. Vie business 5
Those present were :Mrs. C. L Peck, now confronts the people of Flor- ,
: in width. I delicacy by some. of streets WhH'j } : 'tt
some our prominent manager of one of 'important'daIlies k
Mrs. Phillips :Mrs. R. A. Weeks, Mrs.J. ida. Cheap and easy access to our -
; 't To an American; ,newspaperman, it Our Union is in a flourishing condi: other fifty weeks resembled of thestate"was
H. Ritch, Mrs. G. C .Sweat, Mrs. fertile acres is necessary to continued killed by a inan ,
is interesting to note the'manner inlJ1Yhieh tion and we hope to do better work leys more than modern sanitary ave who.it is alleged iirhia Defense had 4
Frank Colley, Mrs. R. R. Hoffman growth. ; .
; ; the' colonial English'newspa- next year. been tG
Mrs. D. E. Knight Mrs.; J. W. White nues. dosing himself 1than;! alleged, .. 1
: i f pers.I.re'm de'up. They still cling MRS. J. W. WHITE.
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs. Hape, Misses ENTERPRISE.Mr. The average small boy with a dirty "headache t powder". It )ontalned.'a. :'
1 jll'ftke methods which were practiced in face with "Aw what's
Lois and Louise Peek. may object an considerable percentage- <>f hasheesh ; i

H wM country fifty years ago, the adl'Vtisements ticeable in the African papers. and Mrs. J. S. Norman were the use" remark when his mother asks and he* had been made insane,*had lost ; ,

: being upon the first few With few exceptions the advertising him to remove some o(the Starke soil control of all <
1/ A STATEMENT. visitors to Starke Wednesday.Mr. wiH power;'r and of:the. r i i
P-ges, followed generally by the. hea4editorials pages would give our" d" writers from his face, but people will have a ability to control his own Ictions.Tne; t
I desire to state'to the public that E.. L. Crews was a visitor to :
,,r ..< TI then.a: few meagre ca- the nightmare. They seem to have lit- although I was present at the meet Jacksonville Tuesday. higher opinion- of.his mother. .even if result was the ,.inneees-ary,- cruel 'J f

-11e'and'telegrapblc': : items, _aferwards tle conception of the value of space or she has to switch him a little to get it death.of 'an able man in't.\e.prime'of t
t ing'of the board of county commissioners Miss Annie'Halliard, of Starke is
,Ittai!' loeal news. The local news con- of attractive methods of presenting. doneand; it is.better for the boy'There a useful life..' ',. "- .
last I unable here this week.
I; l Ita 'feDerally of proceedings'" the either the text or the illustrations. A Monday was to visiting are several.unsightly vacant i' ',Th re..ls bur one .safe;; ay-never.swallow'of ., f '
preside over the deliberations of that Mr. and Mrs. H. S:' Norman're
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).::J tive bodies, town council, the pleasing relief to this monotony is afforded lots, side ;streets,. dead trees difapi- ,administer:'amrdieine;:p'att ; ". ,.
body in the usual way on account 'of visiting at Waller this week. .414
.,tI,+paiool board.etc.. .Contributions fromidera by the "ads" of American ad- dated structures hat are' an offense ent* l ther; ; ; '
kind
proprietary. :
or
t the fact that'I was engaged practically I Mr. J. S. Norman placed on exhibition : any > ; .: :..
It .'));! .are"numerous'and: lengthy! vertisers which -are rather numerous against cleanliness., Look about you excepting at the direction if a repota-' I ,
all of the time in signing the at Lawtey Saturday, a gener- : t1.t"
J i Tbe editorials are generally op Zit on their pages., and if anything
? today see on .your ble physician. And don't teke'thlfejsponsibility : ? .
scrip that had been authorized at the sample of his made on his ,
ous
syrup
here dignified and'serious nature than .These newspapers'are on file at the premises or your, vacant lots needs of dosing; ,
previous, meetings. I hope this ex-: place, which shows;what all we can yourjielf.-withVa _
l' tit -tneiican productions. The daily pa- Telegraph office and we would be tidying up. After the 15th of December prescription that.'he'oitlered.'a- year
:.r: devote more to book re- pleased to have friends call and planaion will prevent any person n raise at Enterprise. We will give his "
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space our the sanitary inspector maypay ago. Your :"ease:'may. ,have changed
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'' :with made him soon
from charging me neglect of yield and what it : -;
r i 1; and detailed reports of'scienti- !,,examine them at any time.' duty. r | Roy Davis and Eddie went hunting i IOU,an official, visit and request since then.\, It, may:n-ijl!- fit: *&* .

J'f : P,progress: than, American newspa- .. I you to correct any defect in,the.sani- Be sane-if would'afcy. .'t .
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; It,fr.' ._ do. :>Humor is not so noticeable'cartoons' It might be possible to get one Respectfully'' i I Monday night,and stayed out aH the tary condition of your propertyrwith *"' t t ft 'jY 1

i:J .' are used more ,rarely eration of men convinced that universal gen-- e C. A. ROBERTS, E t I night in the rain and got one German In 24' hours, or tell the, Mayor ,yOu, New York-paper yA s'a'ltory, J i, Y

tt. jwitivus.; ". peace is desirable. About the time Chairman.Board of Commissioners.' coon.Mr. I have. disregarded the sanitary, regulations '?'Chaoi Rfflgns.in Meiiw.'i'Pirstjtiinewe ; ;

H'"c. i .few:, if any, of the colonial pa- the .work was accomplished th The Polk'County Record springs,anew I D., L. Phillips is grinding'eane of the town, .t i had ti rd..of.him.: Tliat .makes f ''

l; .. issue a ,"pink.sheet," but they generation would be pushing forward one by claiming to have receivedan this week. Yours 'for'. more than one:spasm ol four: Gafranza, CmtteWet .Gonzales

I. iF plyrtbis. omission by devoting' and 'find cook '.toast. cleanliness a year. f"1A. and "Chaos"Greek Sounds! Bare,;hke: .a >
-- they would have to it out annoymous remittance/of. $3 from i II! Recipe:. To quail on '
proportion n ofevery issue to the, H. FREEMAN, name tiss !exiear: 'Trida: '; ;;.
all
t over _again .fo>. themselves)-Florida a.delinquent subscriber.-St. Peters First get your quail. Clearwater =..,.. A .
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_ .J ,This is especially Town Health Officer; Metropolis '. .1. T...<.
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FRIDAY. Deepmhoi.vii1:,



-:Fj f;1, -HEAVY EUROPEAN THE NEGRO INAGRICULTURE THECREEDOF HUSBAND RESCUED'DESPAIRING, ,} } ,4 i


Beef and Milk
A-plenty ;:
: THE COUNTRYRural WIFE
FOOD EXPORTS
\ 1H Ctifle are kept for two purposes;dofor beef pro ,
duction and for
i milk production. To right. Aar time sp-tf....
they most be Healthy. There is nothing better to tic eat my Cs

: Dec.' 10.:The! life is into After 'Foar:Tean' ofCotdftBi Keep: them ia continued good health or to make wi1a mmgi!
c,I Washington, D; C. Dec. 10-- More Washington, D. C, coming its own Ditloofeplu them veil quickly when sick,than few dogf cdb doses ..
'. 1' than $68,000,000 worth of foodstuffs census bureau has just compiled a I and country life is beginning to be Mrs.Bollock Cm STOCK of 8 t.n.

fJ ; were exported from the United report dealing with the .American appreciated'again after several de- Up ifl Despair. Hatband Bee Dee' STOCK < n"lOOaldw4'nT KmJCDf&,

''t" .: States last month compared with negro and showing the part he plays cades of 'disfavor and neglect. The Cam' to bIeR II'JJTI. Jolla S.CIrnI,

! ; only 138,000,000 worth for the same in the agricultural industry of this na- following creed, which is being adopted .If.lDU.&_. .If. ...,.
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r o' month of the previous year accord- tion. The figures contained in the as the slogan of various boys' and Stirs op the Hrer+ 'Drive* _,

: : Jng to a report issued today by the bulletin show that there were 9.R28- girls' clubs throughout the rural sec- Cation Ky.-la an interesting letter disease poisons away. --11I4,1.AI as.

\ United States Department of. Com- 000 negroes in the Unitel Stairs in tions of the United States, shows that from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock JOlt..-..p ,
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f '. merce. The food exports last month 1910 which is a gain of 11 per cent the thought life of the country is being writes as follows: "I suffered for four

, were also larger than any previous ., during the past decade. directed into its natural 'chan- fears with womanly troubles,and during
I )Ibis time, I could only sit for a little
month in history. Most of the outgoing Three-fourths of all the negroes in nels. up (jI
while and could not walk
anywhere dIlL
shipments were destined to Enron the United: States live on farms and *I believe that the country which l
At times I would have
,\ one-fourth dwell in the cities. God made is beautiful than the severe paiDIIII I
;:,, ; pean countries engaged in war. Exports only more ( mT left side. Insure With .
i: of wheat oats rice ,and fresh There are 893,000 negro farmers in city which man made; that life out
The doctor was called in and his treat
I and canned meats showed remarkable the Unted States and 673,000'of of doors and in touch with the earthis ,
sent relieved me for a while but 1 j
|t gains over any previous month's ship- them are tenants. The value of prop- the natural life of man. I believe soon confined to my'bed again., After was J. R. DAVIS & COMP '

s' : r ments. ExportS fresh meats last erty operated by negro farmers is that work is work wherever I find ?.t j
that nothing seemed to do me any good. I
"I month amounted to 7,000,000 pounds, $1,1444181,000 for the entire nation but that work with nature is more '
I had gotten so weak 1 could not stand STARKE
; _. or eleven times the exports of the and has increased more than twofoldduring inspiring than work with the most and I gave up in despair. FLORIDA ,:

f ,same month of 1913. the past ten years. The total intricate machinery. I believe that
. : At last, my husband got me a bottled And Wear That !
number of negroes engaged in agricultural the dignity of labor depends not only Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I commenced : SatisfjeSmile

.. m pursuits in.the. country is 2,- : upon what you do, but on how iOU taking first
! : very
I> .0 THE TONGUE. 857000. Thirty per cent of the negro it; that opportunity comes to i b.y ; vw
dose, I could ten it was helping me. I
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} population of the Unitel States on the farm as often as to the boy in walk .
can now two miles without Us t
There is no greater source of evil is unable to real or write, but the the city and that life is iarger and firing me, and am doing my work."

i r than the unsanctified use of the percentage of illiteracy among this freer and happier on, the farm than If you are an run down from womanly ,

:. tongue. Nine-tenths of all our social class of population has decreased 14 in the town." troubles, don't give up in despair. Try

political and religiuos ;troubles are per cent. in ten years. Cardui the woman's tonic. It has helped
traceable to this unruly member. It Prompt Action ,Will Stop Your Cough more than a million! : women in its 50 ONE

i destroys the sanctitiy of homes, severs When you first catch a cold(often years of wonderful success Your and should MEb 7,(
surely help you too. druggist baI
1 the ties of affection between husband WHY BABIES DIE. indicated by a sneeze or cough). sold Cardui for years. He knows what I LARGE, : :*?,.

; and. wife parents and children; sets break it at once. ,The idea that "It it will do. Ask him. He will recommend -

,; '' otherwise peaceable communities in a The mother's knowledge as to the does not matter" often leads to se- it. Begin taking Cardui today. BOTTLE

tumult of unwarranted and ne less proper care of her baby is popularly rious complications. The remedy that WriU to: Chatunooca Medicine Coy lace* 4
!: I'excitement.. This deadly has supposed to be instinctive and unerr- Advisory DepL. Qutuooogx. Team, for Special: Fed bad do ? Worn -
i weapon easily and immediately penetrates the Inttntctumt on your case and 64-pae book. Horn you out? Tired? i
; 1 dethroned empires crushed kingdoms ing. lining of the throat is the kind de- treatment tor W_."MIlt In plaiD wrapper. E66-8 What yoa need isROSE'S -

: laid waste continents, and sent desolation Unfortunately the mother herself manded. Dr. King's New 'Discovery -4

i and destruction and dismay holds to this view in spite of her roof w soothes the irritation loosens tlle' MEDICINAL 1
little in the age laborer, the American workman ,
r 0 from one end of our world to the oth graves cemetery.In phlegm. You feel better at once. "It
spite of all she clings to the be reveals the strongest social spirit of MALT WHISKEY
seemed to reach the
spot of .
very my ,
er.The that of .w" .
lief that she knows how to have any civilized nation on the a
tongue is the medium of con- roared GOOD
cough" is one of honest testi-
; : versation-talk, tattling, tale-bearing, her babies"perfectly, if on ly theyhadn't monials. 50c at your many druggist. (1)] globe. ROSE f" a Tooth Bmldsmnscletudflesa Ixrandingllirwighyo, Seeds-medial fie Joy of 1

:: t[ ''lying, gossiping, etc. It is the mouth died. Their death she is convinced KEEP THE WEEVILS but palatable lie any good wtisltej. -OSJ.i\II I _
is solely due to the will of the OUT. : :
piece ,
of the brain and willingly responds '
l FACTS FOR THE FARMER. BIG FREE OFFER OfIergoodmfo Decani j
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to its demands. The confusion Lord against'which all human knowledge ** HEDiCUULCOUPONThfcofferefcpire. !
Now is the time of all times to cutout SendJfor 41aqebotUesRose)
; s of even instinctive, is helpless.The Medicinal Malt and I Till -
tongues (language) 2,348 send free
No farmer is perfect but our mis- all waste and put into practice every you one extra ludo 'q &I lip ,.j .
J; f years, B. C., put a stop to the building scientific fact as, as shown in a takes be hordemakingfifebottlesofbfaltiaa0apreaspre: +d, nItLI.j. -
can reduced to a minimum possible economy measure., One provided you vseuna ;
): of the tower of Babel and penetrated carefully prepared report of the,New COUPONKfiTUffif :
by intelligent reading and intense 'of these.that demands imruediah'd
York Association for December
the designs of a wicked and worldly- Improving the 2961 ::
thinking. tention is to prevent the destructionof E Don'if :eii5oa atarttoot3kedleinelYa:1 !
: t glory-seeking people. If there could Condition of the Poor that an enormous lE IWJlI&m1E ">c-
our
e be some limit to the vast amount ofF proportion of the deaths of babies stored grain particularly corn, i 11.3x i61tiG BOSS; PlefwIl1ip t111 orcia,:...._.-,. :;
When the farmer realizes by weevils.
fully just Undoubtedly we suffer
I' worthless is due directly to the reckless
trifling (
demoralizing and
how closely his interests are bound annual losses from this pest that in I
'f ignorance and almost criminal ,
t dangerous conversation it would stop carelessness ,
'., 1- of mothers. up with those of his neghbor and the aggregate amount to millions of t'
the I
building of tower 'R.I.RoseCo.EarN .
a oft -
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many
fellow-fanner then will dollars.
This
become I loss
farming
may very largely
The number I
( trouble. of deaths of infants "
t.; A tattling gossip peddling I this country is startling when at'n a profitable business. be prevented by using carbon bisul ,JadsoBrieFla.lpim .1s'zprfaBOlfea, r-_,.; I JI{
person phide which .11l f ,
K be Mt cl ,
--- may obtained at most fnt
_: in a community is more to be fearedI representel in cold figures. Statisticsshow ,&lie &ed,iI.-Iaa J&fO/fte* ",'
The highest duty of the state and drug stores. .w, -
{ than a Bengal tiger, or' the Asiatic that of every 1,000 deaths thoseof r.
Federal governments is to place agricultural Roughly, from ten to .
twentyfivepounds &F.DorSt.
infants under 210 in IlI.4tJt___
cholera. You can kill'the tiger but one year are __ {
education within reach of all. of carbon
I; bisulphide is required 'tj
the cities'and 186 in the
.the mischief maker goes Jre You country.
for _
each one
thousand Ie
-abic feet ,
One the
of imnnvfofit
fearful most .: ctano
: may overpower as a dissaseas --- -- -- ---- -- "---
--rw The prosperity of the farmer is coincident of space in the crib, the exact :
cholera the : made in science in a long time is that quan-
or yellow fever, but the
with the of the tity being determined
prosperity the
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by tightness FARMER' t
: by which thousands of babies are now MR. '
whispering
vender
news gossiping .
f state and fundamentally the welfare of the, crib. If this be very open it
is incurable being snatched.form death and hundreds ,
monger unmanageable
k ,, of the people depends upon the! will probably take twenty-five poundsfor
of others rescued from '
irrepressible and unendurable. They life-long cultivation of the soil. each thousand STALK Lowest
cubic feet and will Price3f
j t '' 'are the terror by night the pestilence invalidism. It has been demonstrated |
v be none too much. If it is ceiled and $25 00
j < that walketh in darkness, the arrow; that at least half tho mortality among HIDDEN DANGERS very tight ten pounds will probably CUTTERS i' Ever' Off d

y' 'that flieth by day and the destructio I babies is preventable.It I --- be effective. Of for cribs o' 1.,

'E. that (does not) waste or cease at > is an antique stock joke that none Nature Gives Timely Warnings That less than course one thousand cubic containing SYRUP CANS, .DIPPERS and SKjVlIMERS, LAM'<)

noonday. Their highest aspiration is: know so much about raising babies No Starke Citizen Can Afford feet, ,the dosage should be reduced in .g'

| to disturb the peace and happiness of: as' old maids. Well, the fact is thata To.Ignore. proportion.As CANS, SAUSAGE MILLS,_ I: STUFFERS 1

t ?:. ,the community in which they live. corps of unmarried women specially --- 'to the best way to use carbons

i On the other hand, a pure chaste usa trained, are teaching the mothers of DANGER SIGNAL NO. ,,,1 bisulphide, Dr. W. E. Hinds,- of the DEWITT C. JONES .J ;

' of the tongue is She most powerful New York how to feed and otherwise from the kidney secretions. They will Alabama Experiment Station. .; >
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t .. agent for good. Many persons ac- care for their babies and are thus warn you when the kidneys are weak. "In making the application, level says off .I "

\ )omplish more .by their silence thiss turning thousands of sickly and fret- Well kidneys excrete a clear amber the surface of the corn and ".f

, they could possibly do by anything ful infants into healthy and happy fluid. Disordered kidneys send out a small holes about one foot deep prepare by ;f'+-;.

: f C.;, they might say., ones. thin pale and foamy or thick red pulling out the ears ,at intervals of / v t;:

- The Christian as well as everyoneelse ill-smelling urine, full of sediment three to four feet apart each way. Divide I. q, '" ,

*f is commanded to order his con- FLORIDA HORSES FOR EU and irregular of passage. the liquid to be applied among :tj ;

> venation as becoming Godliness. No DANGER SIGNAL NO. 2 comes these holes.. Begin at the side 'farthest INSTOCK ', ;

| t? true Christian can'be either a tattler ROPE. from the back. Back pains dull and I from the door and work toward -

t f t t back-biter, liar, or gossip monger, heavy, or sharp and acute, suggest it. Pour the.liquid directly onto the ;

r His conversation is to be dscreet and Pensacola-West Florida will b: weak kidneys and in that ,case warn corn-it will ,not hurt. it either. for 1 PLA. ERS BEU.WS 'STE.UI:J' SMATCUERS ;

iW edifying such as will minister grace called upon for practically all of the you of the danger of dropsy, gravel feed or for seed-and fill in. the holes SELF FEED wr

/." to those who hear. His guide says available horses and mules that can be and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney with corn immediately to confine the TOWER EDGERS TaIH tERS :

I. .. lie shall give an account on the day purchased here, for use in the Eu- Pills are endorsed by thousands. fumes as much as possible. Close the 'PERKI S' SRISGLE JUCB Ear: ;
I war. This out when the Here's Starke ENGINES. .It t. 40 .. j W1ULL5 ;
of judgment for every idle Vord. "Be ropean came a proof: door tightly and quickly pasta:
paper to ..
BOILERS, 1IP 40 Lfit+t to.t Ilearr
ye holy in all manner' of conversa representatives of firms which are to Hansford Austin, farmer Starke over the cracks around it Leave the SAWDCST f
COXVEYOBS SLAB
tion.' furnish 5,000- heads- .for the British Fbu, says: "It has been some little room closed at least twentyfourhours GASOLINE ENGINES STEA3IFEEDSLATn CL'9EYORS ;,

army reached this point and publicly while since I used Doan's Kidney and no harm will be done if left mLLS STAT' 'MILLSDISSTON

FLATS AND DIVORCE... announced a schedule of prices which Pills but I know the,remedy helpedme. indefinitely. Fumigation is much SAWS

f they stood ready to for all animals I trouble from .
i pay was having .myback more effective during warm weather SAW BITS tar all males of'saws )

One of the leading Illinois papers I 'coming up to certain specifica- all the time and Doan's Kidney partly because of more rapid evaporation \ SHAFTING, Pt'LLEYS: ,BOXES ;

F says that an analysis of 1,250 divorces tions. Cash will be paid in every case Pills cured me. Others of the family and partly because insects are BELTING. 4 adu-lDetll.m to' t '

k i' in a big city showed that 98 per cent. it is announced, and by the time they have also used this remedy with good i then more active and therefore, more LOG CHAINS CANT noOKS ->XGSEt'ERTTIIL

were among flat dwellers. are delivered on the other side of the results. I don't mind praising it." susceptible to it. Never attempt ,to G FOR THC;

Home water in keeping with the contract Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don'tsimply carbon SAWMILLs :
must be more than a place use bisulphide when the temperature V Write fopPrIces
. in which to sleep when other places each head will have cost the British ask for a kidney remedy-gat is below sixty degrees. It is 3I
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t are closed. government at least $200. The cost Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that better to start the treatment at 10:30 .

I .*' The man or woman who has room of mobilizing and transporting that Mr. Austin had. FosterMilburnCo A. M. rather than at night both on

T for a flower bed.% chicken coop and a number is no inconsiderable item and Props, Buffalo, N. Y. account of having light and also a N I : '
it is figured that the number
? ,play space for the kiddies is pretty desired higher temperature. A second and a
to have little will cost the government about a million THE HABITS WORKING stronger treatment should ,
i : apt time or temptation be givenit '
, for other affinities. and a quarter dollars. From what MEN.A after a week or two if it should apej j rP --

..f4 In a' flat, though there's room for point the animals will be shipped has pear that the first was not absolutely ws

only eating and the sleeping-some- not yet been announced but it is the professor of Columbia Univer effective.Ordinarily- one treatment

i 4 times even the eating done.on the impression with agents here that sity has just compiled a test of character in the fall and possibly another along THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIER. '

r k out de.' ports where the animals are the most of 1000 working men of differ in March or April will be sufficient to A successful remedy for R11eO..nnatismBloodPG son:

N, Amusement available will be used in placing the ent sectons of the United States and protect the P P and all Blood Diseases. A wonderful tonic for both,
corn.
means movies dance animals Prompt and thorough men and women. Has been i manufactured for the
aboard
steamships. Prices to his report reveals
some
halls auto rides interestingndendes treatment is
everything except mostprofitable.- past 35 years. At all Druggists, $1.00.F. .
be
staying at home. paid as announced in a published of the average laborer. The Progressive Farmer.
Of Old Nick
course ., V. UPPMAN CO. Savannah
finds mischief for idle hands to do. notice range from $90 to $200. Prominenet among his discoverieswas Gaj

' the revelation that nine men in THE INTEREST BUG.
But when
you study the land values
) MUST PAY FOR PAPER. -
! every ten laborers occupy a large -
see why' flats
you are
Little Belgium, before necessary.the had amount of their spare time in reading What the farmer must guard J him to recognize this Bug in whatever the money at 6 to 8 per cent and f*

found a way to keep home life war sweetIt Judge Geo. Thomas of Columbus, 1 the newspapers and that this num- against-and what a proper, system (! form he appears. Here in the South cash quotations? The Progressist
,Neb., recently decided that ifa man of them subscribers of rural 1 the Interest Bug has played most Farmer.
used its railroads to let its ]per! are to their credits will guard him from
., city accepts a paper that is sent him he local -is Interest I havoc! by assuming the form of Time
papers. an Bug that will &
workers live in neat in eat
cottages the ups With
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country for less than the price of must pay for it. The decision was Next to the time spent with hi the crop faster than, the investment ]Prices. As J. Z. Green has frequently Mrs. McClain's Experience

,r three 10-cent cigars they could travel rendered in the case'brought'by the j family[ the American laborer divides makes it This has been the, great ,: said, it's a(curious thing that' a Croup. small Y

t "20 miles twice a day for a'week. Columbus (Neb.) Telegram against a I his spare moments in visiting friends trouble heretofore. The money invested I state will say a man shall not takeover "When myjboy; Ray was d
and I was ,
man for 235. The was subject to croup,
We from Telegram had and in reading newspapers.Of by the farmer has earned 6 to 8 percent interest on a dollar "'
jan't ge taway frequent say Cbaberlain's
times. -
, t divorces unless we go back to the son.RUBMYTISM had been sent to the the man's home and he the thousand men investigated, 6 per cent while the interest'rate has ] if lent to the farmer in the shapeof ways alarmed Cough at'such Remedy proved fir
accepteed
paper.' When call- 29' nationalties. and 164 occupationswere been, say 8, 12, or 20 per cent. That ( cash but will allow a man this fr -
ed upon to pay for it he refused and represented and 300 of them be is to say the Interest Bug.has eaten 1 to: take 20 to 40 per cent interest better than any other for qukk11.1
suit was brought:; When ble. It ahvavs relieved him
: Judge I longed to trade unions. There were all ito share of the crop and then as 1; on it when lent to the farmer in lithout in the house
Thomas heard the evidence I am never it
he in- 580 church members, while 420 did much of'the farmer's t the of flour
: more own share ; shape and sugar and cloth. for
Will cure your Rheumatism structed the jury to bring in verdictfor for I know it is a positive cure ,
ft V a not profess religion. Six men in that should have gone to the fanner 4 Of course we can't blame the merchant writel R. McCteW.Blairsvffle .
Neuralgia Headaches Mrs. W.
Cramps, the Telegram. Judge Thomas croup
every ten are regular patrons of the for his labor. And this is one great for making all that the public all dw
Colic, Sprains. Braises Cuts and ruled that the.old common law principle PiL For sale by _
picture shows and only three in ten reason why the farmer stays poor. seems anxious to pay him but ought 0 T;
Burns Old Sores of
;Stings Insects
that what era.
a man received and used intoxicants in ,
any form. Moreover, when we say that we not plain horse sense to keep any
; Etc. Amtiseptic Anodyne used
h- used he was bound to for
t} Icraally and exterwly. Price 25c. this instance. pay appliedin Taking the one thousand men investigated want the farmer to beware of the rav- j farmer[ from paying 20 to 40 per cent Get our prices for printing,and :t

a-- '"'? as a fair example of the aver wages of the Interest Bug, we want i in time prices when he might borrow will get your orders. ;

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'P.\GE'T IIiEB
z aYJDecem6er-11 1914. _. ;

I for trodnced it is' that .
things, steady decrease thirty likely a companionbill

.' I years in the Chinese population of the will. be offered, making a new

: :H.. STATE NEWS United States and a steady,and rather county out of Pasco and a part. of Bradford County, .

r tpITE: ) .amazing increase in the Japanese Pinellas, Clearwater to be included in .
,
1 population. In the total area of the new county,with the likelihood of ,

a: .' enumeration,'which includes all cf the Tarpon Springs being the county seat.
Abstract
lrf't.; -:' -. All Over ..F.orida'ilr land under the American flag, there Tarpon Springs is counted as favor- Company
rrbin ga That Are Happening able to the formation of the '
'were in 1910, according to this report, county,

As Told By Oar' Exchanges 82,598,168 whites, 10,215,482 blacks, as it would like to be a county: sea __ A complete record Bradford County s t'

231,018.Indians, 94,648 Chinese, 52,- What would be the position of Senator Land Tides! Real' Estate brrestmen

1 t Ar -- 956 Japanese and 48,879 of all other Himes is problem.. It is cus-

,. .. & 'Educational Aasocia- house, and wagons were kept busy all races. tomary to pass no local bills without '
I I I" the approval and support of the senator
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ice for packing
iJ des in Lakeland December day hauling purposes.In I
a-three-day: session. Many reckoning up the'r soi1rees of West M. Solano and his party of hunters, from the 'community affected, THE SOUTH MORE
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i for '' witnessed Press'Williams Albert and for that reason it is practically
;" ,'. ri T are.expected to be in 'at"ifi' Palm Beach, visitors who ; composed of MEN
this: magnificent sight will not be Belote, Emmet Phillips, Dwight Shel- impossible to put through a county
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rr- < likely to omit the fishing,industry in don, F. E. C. train} conductors from division bill without the support of THAN COTTON f _
Senator Himes. Whether he wduld Don't welt mat dt.-
*' .>I T made for the drainif their descriptive'letters home.-West Palatka to Jacksonville, with their negro sae diMtrfuixe im-
f fff are being : favor such bill is not portait cr,._ Thoanadi <
,,, between 115,000'and 118,000 Palm Beach Post. cook, have taken the lead so far or oppose a of mea- have-
; this season in bringing in the biggest known. It is believed: that the bill been wrnrked OB the
jl .1 jT'if land in the' Parrish sectionjffWatae he had kill- Some years'ago when a disastrous ntkf cf raaco
which
A large bobcat, game from west of the St. Johns ri- could be passed through the house and neglect.l
for
county. A petition ed on Spruce Creek, about fifteen They started out a week without any trouble, but it might run freeze destroyed $100,000,000 worthof "

J!ldrainage is,now 'in the hands of miles north of Daytona, was exhibited last ver. Friday, going west from Mel-ago into a snag in the senate if Senator citrus fruit groves and other prop- 606"lo
'founty commissioners. ,The pro- Ro.F.. erty values in Florida, the people of
here Monday afternoon by Himes opposed it.
railroad
bourne the Union Cypress "
on
an
would cost in the neigh- that State turned
immediately to and
...system Johnson.: The big "varmint" was cnnble eases ef eontnrrtd din*****. e
\ across the St. Johns river, then by.ox I treat Weakness of Men, Virlro-
of $100,000. in and when attackedby War Revenue Tax of $105,000,000 worked with greater energy than ever
it caught a trap
twelve miles north the
) t-,i" viciously un- team nearly ,to Levied....'Beer Bears Bruntof before.: They lost neither heart nor !,
fl Mr. Johnsonfought without the knife.a I
he le ddtek Peanut Produce COPV- with monkey-{ big woods. For the first two or three Burden. faith, nor.did they ask for help from I give 606 directly fate the blood ,, 1. r
iuapid1Y Its plant ready til dispatched a heavy days the game was pretty .scarce, but without cutting i or detentloa from ,;
getting with which :
'. |W When stretched out the cat anyone to finance them- bu.Iaeu. :
r'f: business..The machinery has near. wrench., they soon got a line on some good Horn 8 a. m. to 6 p.m.:
l measured a yard in length, and weighed -k I I about Congress has levied a war tax selves and rebuild their interests. Coneepcadeaee (. cU.tL t ,
afrived and is now being placed hunting grounds and picked up
"SjljlJl of thirty-five of $105,000,000 to offset a similar And Florida today is proof of what .
in the neighborhood
Fair- i all the different kinds of to be Dr. Geo. L. D kerson }
tifj isitiom A six-horsepower Somewhat larger specimensof I! game i amount of loss on import revenue they were able to achieve.A "
nks Morse engine was sent to Red-i pounds. I. found in Florida, including five deer due the disturbances few the Louisiana 111 WEST FORSTTH TREET.
1I the species have been seen here, I to European years ago cot- (Near Heard BaakTBldc.) ;
this morning by Messrs. Knight and a big panther whose skin m as- JACKSONVILLE. no am&..
of ton was 1
n but this one's heft was sufficient to and this amount beer is the crop so nearly destroyed by
:'tad-Lang for use in'' the factory. make him formidable as an antago- used eight feet, four.inches from tip heaviest contributor, having been the boll-weevil that the production in .

f fOcaiaStar.Jacksonville... .' nist.-Daytona News.PensacolaResolutions. to tip, and is a fine specimen. The assessed approximately, $50,000-) that State dropped in one year from '

t .-The development of party returned to Melbourne last Fri- 000; a stamp tax on: negotiable 1,000,000 to 250,000 bales, beinga H. C. RICHARDGeneral

''small f farms in the Jacksonville dis- charging, day and brought back a tine lot ofvenison'and instruments, it is estimated, will complete loss of three-fourths of the x9, r#s
skin. There
attracting more attention now that W. H. Milton as receiver of the I the panther yield $31,000,000; a tax on the crop. But Louisiana cotton growers losopce '

t-tricl other line in the real estate First National Bank, has "shown an have been a number of hunting parties capital stock of banks of $4,300 did not lose heart nor faith in their
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:than i any the St. Johns river theI ..
fan { I
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and all have been
weeks
two successful -
in close touch to the ICH depositors and of his obligations as past fumes, theater'tickets, etc., makes they promptly turned to the development #
\\r anjnty.points, in ducks quail wild bet ET&ST-OLA8S ?
getting the represent none
remainder. of other industries and the
'than receiver, 'and that he may have in- to :: I ,
is perhaps,
{ ;'cal'market, greater, turkeys or deer but Mr. Solano's par- companies and will the i-
kM been heretofore, and the indica- curred liability for any loss sus- Congress his decreed that thd diversification of agriculture. The constantly. on

Mtioiu-[ ,are this movement will increase tained by the creditors of the bank, 'ty is the first to bring back Times.the skin brewer, the banker and the.. investor State is the richeset.for their work alert to promote your int re u. Guar t -

i.the spring and winter approach.f. and that he should net longer remainas of a panther.-Melbourne must shoulder .the. musket and for the lesson they learned. antee courteous treatment;to all patron

., receiver of said bank, and that the and march to the front; that miulady The cotton growing region of the .
A well written first-clan
holds the distinctionof policy by a
James W. Lee
:
..The'camphor. plantation at Satsu- attention of the comptroller of the who would add to her beauty South is not dependent upon cotton,

,f1"-" .Putnam county, ,commenced the currency be called to the facts'of the ,being the first man in Dade county must first tip Uncle Sam'anddollar except where inefficient farming agent in a fir '-c1uI..company some ,

Atntfng"ofr 'camphor last week. The : to'be arrested on a charge of B"xn- times means much in case of loss by fin :
: case, were adopted by a rising ,vote a that seeks pleasure must operations concentrate all of the en-

; f iaitial, effort !was made last winter, of depositors who had crowded into formal hearing tomorrow at 9 o'clock fist salute the flag; that Pleasure ergy of an individual farmer upon cot

;r:Vpi over,10,000 pounds of crude gum tlu__ ',Mtv___.. hAn council chamber'_'nn_ __ in_n response ment this morning he will be given a and! Profit-the twin heroes of ton. If the cotton interests of the H. C.. RICHARD Starke.. Fla

": : turned'out. This is the only cam- to a call by a committee.E. formal hearing toworrom at 9 o'clock many wars-shall fight the na South have in them the stamina of

farm in the United States. It before United States Commissioner'J.W..Evans. tion's battles and by an ingeniously the people of Florida or of the eotton' r.

;@ 'over two thousands acres of "* E. Watson, B. B. Hawkins Roy Technically, according to arranged schedule of tax- growers of Lousiana, who never CASSEllL'SFamous

# and'five hundred acres of. new i Hartzell, Roger Pcddnpaugh and J.-' the information furnished by Fred ation Congress has shifted the whimpered when they lost three- '

IJHtpieV will be planted this winter. Van Andreu returned late last night I Botts, assistant district attorney, Lee war budget from the shoulders: fourths of their crop, this section will Indian Remedy ;

) :\if i from their camp south of the Biy Cy-',is charged with being engaged in.'the of ''Necessity to those of Choice quickly reassert the inherent qualitiesof FOR INDIGESTION g
Pi-
t refining plant at
The
big cane press, where they have been for'the i business of a distiller and rectifier and Gain,' touching in its various its people will diversify its agriculture .e ,
i4 ; Park near St. Petersbrg, is week with Frank Brown as their I without giving notice to the. collector ramifications line will its foodstuffs GUARANTEED TO CURE
;,'Ii.1 in operation. A tramroad has past ahnos-t every grow own ,
while the time ot their of internal revenue as 'required by of business. .1 75 CENTS ANDr
guide, having and live at home, and will push with .
||jbt i,built into the adjoining cane law *did to and furnish certain All i
; carry
In two hail the dollar
lives days'huntinthe that bleeds renewed
h1Pting'big line of business
i>folds'for nearly three miles out, and game. raw materials for use in the 'distilla- energy every Manufactured by the T.sefl's A.'Cas-.: t
secured three for its that bares itsbreast industrial
party country; and activity.The .
ta gasoline engine and 15 cane carsllitvefbeen I Medicine Co., .Arcadia, Fla.
in distillery
bears, four deer, and thirteen tur-I tion spirituous liquors a to the frtunes- war and Manufacturers Record has i

!\ lJ.1., with'!shipped which to from.convey Hackensack:the cane, keys, besides all theo smaller game 'I' set up without bondand without risks its life to preserve the stability faith enough in the situation to feel F CARTER

!'irom the fields to the mill' A they could use. One of the bears,' the'registration required. Translat- and integrity of the nation's sure that this will be the result, J. C. ,
can-
,
tw' is ''also included in I weighed 425 pounds,, while the two,, ed into plain English, this means Lee credit. t and that the outcome of the declinein STARKE, :FLORIDA : :

department i smaller specimens weighed 126 and I is accused of being a moonshiner ,and The market place has alwaysbeen cotton'will prove to be one of the .., '. '.-

l ie.plant 124 pounds.. The hides of the bea i, his distilling apparatus was discovered a favorite stand for war rev- greatest material blessing, that has I I_'.. #

.Department,of Agriculture ariQ and the deer have been saved, and will 1 ed when he was arrested a few days enue collectors. The trader .is a ever come to the South. I The Because Quinine of its That tonic Does and lixati-e Not Affect effect.The LAXATIVE Head'. .

ounces immature the. ago by the officers of the sheriff's office great financial His i BROMO QUININE is better thin ordinary }
:ro', that. it considers oranges arrive in the city tonight, when patriot. dollar The South should remember that ,
:,t I Quinine and does not cause -.ervousness nor
when the-juice does not con- bear hides will be prepared by Ike> on a charge of bootlegging. He is the first to rally around the the aggregate value of its crops'of ringing in head. Remember''tlfc full name and f.
: I was released on this charge when the star- banner look for the signature of E.,\ GROVE. 25c. ,g ;
;;\ain as,much as eight parts.of soluble Shaw.-Fort Myers Press. pangIed, and the fast corn and wheat this year is within a "

|>liolidl ,to every ,part of acid in the federal authorities took a hand in the to hear the coo of the dove of few thousand dollars of the value of +++++-11111111 Iltlttttt pit '

jbiee.: This decision is intended toprevent 'A carload of hogs was shipped from proceedings and turned over to them.. peace. He is called upon to buy last year's cotton crop with seed. f fl .
Live Oak last week:ay C. T. UaiscTen, It is claimed that Lee had elaborate F
l; interstate shipments of im- an camion to feed and clothe the This year the South has among its I. CHURCHES:. f
atore;: citrus fruit which have been Worth Dexter and J. D. Garden: The' outfit and that he was making'I[ boys in blue and each month farm products 970,994,000 bushels of I t '. ff

:,prod by, sweating or exposure inurn car contained 126'head and vas sold I I considerable quantities of whiskey o f!! I cheer their hearts with the coin J corn, 166,225,000 bushels of wheat, BAPTIST-Rev. W. A.. Fer- f

:. ,'moist'air, to'conceal their in- to the,East Coast .Lumber Co-npany '. various kinds. So far as the recollection I Iof the realm. Men can neither bee 87,900,0000 bushels of apples, 50,53- f rell. Sunday school, 9:45 A. 4.f *

-leriority.' I of Fort Pierce. These,eamc wen.expect of the officers carries, this is th s! free nor brave without food and 000 bushels of sweet potatoes, 35638,000 ,- M. Morning servicf, 11:00; t "

to ship two more cars next month first case,of the sort to be brought up i' ammunition, and money is as im- bushels of Irish potatoes and f evening service; 7:00.1 Visitors ff '

[ JaeksdnvAle.--A "dasheen expert" .and a car of turkeys.. The car 'sold in Dade 'county.-Miami Metropolis.. pjortant a factor in,, war as blood. cordially invited to worship ft
23,673,000 bushels of rice, 8,441,000tons i
:itJ.he'! United States department .of :netteJ the growers.7 Cents per ] Many monuments have been '
... agriculture, gave"some sound advice This was the first full car of UQUJld.1 I I Quincy.-As ''an aftermath of last!; erected in honor of heroes slain 'of hay and 736,542,000 pounds with 'us. ff ff I
'
;1fce.other day to the grOwers the er shipped from this county, it is night's fire with a loss of one hundred 1 in battle poems have been written of tobacco.-Manufacturers Record.lACCCINE CHRISTIAN Rev Ernest, f '

'k 4 mire or lees delicious 'and nutritious j said, and shows that the people of and fifty thousand dollars, which 1 eulogizing their noble deeds Ser4ices;
,
f House f .
l :,tuber,in this state, when he cautioned the county are waking up to the tact completely destroyed the large Ful" and the nation honors its soldiers WON'T CURE '; pastor. on. ,
f and of each f 4.f .
t ,libem' against growing dasheens in that this is one of the most profitable' ler's earth plant located within one v while they live and places a mon- GLANDERS IN HORSES. morning second and fourth evening ; of t '
r nanUty greater than for half mile of Quincy's city limits, it u Sunday
"necessary industries that can be engaged in here ument upon their graves when t month. HEPISCOPALiRev.

FY i' lome", use.:: *He said it would take time There is perhaps .no better place in learned that the Floridian Co., oi f they die, but very little has been Washington, D. C., Dec. 10.--After the .. -

t j create:a demand for dasheens that the world for the growing of both Warren Pa., who own the valuable>, said of the dollar that bears the months of careful' investgatjon the of' WJ

-yoold bring them Into market,rivalry hogs and cattle than Suwannee county -,,, plant, carried insurance. amounting tc>. burdens of war. Bureau of Animal has + ; H. Dd f f ff

It 'irith the Irish potato. and those who: have engaged in thebusiness 50,000, just one-third of the actua:if( ( I to the conclusion that Industry vaccine is come not Moulin, priest in charge. Sun- 'Vf
'' Honor to the Dollar school 9:30 A. M.. Morning f '
'loss l sustained. 'Some of the'valuable That Bears day -
to great extent have all
u 'Volume 1.number 1, of the Sebring any 1 ,:i the Burdens of War. I' effective in rendering horses immune 4' and 'sermon, 11:00 .ft +
will be hard to prayer
; rvjiT--. has made 1'*..._. appW ra nee made money. There is much more,I, machinery duplicat _from____ glanders.. The___ bureau______ recommends ,
hr I" :OJ I as it of special'design made All honor' CIOCK. tvenmg! prayer ana #
In was by an
feed in stock
profit putting your to the dollar that
nd answers discontinuance of the
$ Editor Elijah P. Brown is to be a serum
,congratulated the and selling it than in selling the feed:I I expert for the refining of Gadsdencounty's the call to arms and, when and advises that'all attention be con- + sermon, 7:00 o'clock. Choir rehers'al f '
on qualitiesfrsf
newsy most valuable Fuller's the battle + Saturday, 3:30 P. M. f
Live Oak Democrat. product, is over
bandages the
issue. the detection destruction
Ida first Sebring is a new centrated on and + t
earth. At the time of the fire wounds of
JF farn located on the Haines City .The stricken soldiers, laysa of the diseased horses. A p
latest advices from the strawberry the Floridian Company had one orderto wreath + METHODIST Rev. B. T. f
""ranch of the Coast Line in what is upon the graves of fall- thorough disinfection of water
I' fields are to the effect that this fill, which called for nearly twenty- en heroes and + Rape, pastor. Sunday school f a
1 destined .to be of the best cares for the troughs, buildings, etc.,
one sec- queen of fruits is ripening fast,! five thousand dollars' :worth of Ful- widows' and mangers + at 9:45.A.. M. Morning ser'P
< orphans.
ions of the,state. Editor Brown getsi there were some fine.ones for Thanks' ler's arth. While the company is rebuilding All honor to the industries which the diseased animals' have + vice, ll:00 o'clock; evening t'
: that
i i fut a mighty good paper though we giving. W. L. Rivers, who has one their Quincy plant, they will bend their backs under come in contact with should be madein + service, 7:30 o'clock. Junior t i it
the burdens
t t | ont.like the fine type he uses fori acre'in berries, brought to this office use their: one hundred valued employees of war; lift the weight from order to successfully check the Epworth League, Sunday 4:00 f
I
i J 1s news matter. Tampa Tribune. Monday a quart basket filled with at their Jamison, Fla. plant, which the shoulders of the poor and spread of the malady. + P. M. Senior Epworth League, + l lt j

t tto; ,I.Major Butler, of Branford on.the some of the most delicious red ripe is in this county about fourteen miles build a bulwark around the na Sunday 7:15 P. M. Visitors + '

Ts.: Suwannee, was' in the city Wednes- berries we,have ever seen. These berries -I from Quincy. These men, who nearlyall tion's credit. THE INCOME TAX RE- cordially .invited to attend. r x

{ ,4Sy,eoroute to Inverness, from whichplace -were of uniform size, large and command large salaries,' will be All honor to those .who con- TURNS DISAPPOINTING. + +

tt- :he will ship a press and other well developed and rich red in color, put back to work tomorrow with a tribute to the necessities and ad- + PRESBYTERIAN H. G. + ,j
-
*aatcrials having a most delicious flavor. Mr. view of the minister to the + Dennison; Pastor. ,Sunday + js
!, to Branford, preparatory to filling large rush order comforts of the Much to the disappointment of
-* Rivers acre is set to the Missionary boys who pop- school at 10:00 A. M. Preach- + 4 1.
i
for Fuller's earth are
tl.establishment of the Branford as mentioned: abovf. marching; cool the ular fiction writers there arc only 44
variety of fruit. The report conies in fever of afflicted + ing services at regular: hours. + ,
: "I If. Branford supports the Bee Mr. W. L. McGowan, who has chargeof soldiers and persons in this country wnose in-

: .it;well as it will support Branford, from various places that the straw the Quincy plant, is also a large kneel with the cross beside dying ccmes are more than $1,000,000,000 fRitfttrttttttttH'ttftf .
berries are ripening, and will doubt- heroes. ,
Major Butler's stockholder in the Floridian
capable
'" man- Company annually, according to a report issued ,
s it,' both will prosper. We like less be shipped very soon. A good and is now busy getting, things inshape i A dollar may fight its compet- today by rile Treasury Department.
price is DRINK DRINK .
being paid and the growerSof itor in business
Butler and we like Branford, to rebuild, which will mean industries may 'The total number of income tax payers l
'
wish them well-Live Oak Dem- some thirty acres of this frut are work for dozens of expert carpentersand struggle for supremacy in trade last was 358,000 and ap- rid
..at.' hopeful of raking'in a few of those and occupations clew year
skilled labor. may each
& Fortunately during 30,000 of them were wo-
b.,. loose silver, dollars_ ___ and__ folding ua other with or suspicion proximately
n --- but
r i the large conflagration one envy in-
no washurt .
Most of the paying
: B,, Rivers is few of the men.- persons
the
now champion greenbacks, consequently when the bugle calls they
i'i f/ltet with the exception of Manager bury taxes received annual incomesof :
potato grower of Clay county. they are looking cheerful Ft. Meade McGowan, who had his hands burned, strife and rally around the flag come from $3,333 to $5,000.

/. t that he grows more potatoes than Leader. but not seriously. companions and friends, mess DRINK DRINK Ai

f .. dy else, but the largest. On last I mates and chums,.all fighting for -

l day' he dug from his patch two i Washington, D. C.-The Japanesepopulation's St. Petersburg.-Further division of one flag, one cause and one coun- JAP AND CHINESE FARMERS. Chamberlain's Cough .Remedy-The' f'.i

tetatoes weighing in the of Florida has increased Pinellas Mothers' Favoritd.
+ ; aggregate county so as to make St. Petersburg

'. '" y-five pounds-the larger weigh- from 1,to 50 during the last decade, 'and its suburbs a separate I try.The luxuries in life, have always i Washington, D. C., Dec. 10.-There "I give my children Chimberlam's '

/i;*1 J even twenty pounds and the other according to a report of the census county is being serously discussed byt been the great burdenbearers are 760 Chinese and 2502 Jap- Cough Remedy when they..have coldsor
I
4: pWg the beam at fifteen pounds. bureau The Japanese in Florida are leading citizens ,of St. Petersburg as in government. We will men- anese farmers in the United States, coughs."'writes Mrs. verne Shaf

.tt tfbff' were; a sight to look at, and distributed by counties as follows, according the only solution of the present wrangle tion a few of them giving the and the majority of them arc tenant I fer, Vandergrift, Pa. "It always helps-

i t..i.Mat anything in the way of a potato to the last census: Brevard, over the county seat. One hears annual contributions to the na farmers that pay cash rentalS, accord- them and is a far superior; medicine '- '

f have ever seen. They were of therfl'y 7; Duval, 7;, Hillsborough, 2; Palm on.the street much'talk of this as the tion's treasury: Liquor, $250- ing to a report issued today by the to any other cough medicine I. have j :

!;* Golden variety,and grew from Beach, 25; Polk, 1; remainder of the best way to stop the legal battles that 000,000; tobacco, $103,000,000; United States' Department of Agriculture. used. I advise anyone in need of such.

1 dines set out lasts spring Green state; 8. The 191 Chinese in the stateare are so expensive to the citizens of St. sugar, $54,000,000; silks, $15,500- The average size of the farms medicine to give it a trial." For sale .

"(?Coe' Springs Times. distrbuted as follows: Dade, 5; Petersburg and the whole county, and 000; diamonds, $3,837,000; mil- is about sixty-five acres' California, by all dealers.

: T **v > Vft Duval, .75; Hillsborough, 48; Jackson, there is a definite movement on foot linery, $2,479,000; furs $2,024.- Texas, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, T QII4rea.I .
i ,.One hundred and seventy thousand 1; Monroe, 21 Palm : Mexico, How To Give. Quinine *
!' ; Beach, 2; Polk here to have a' bill introduced the 000 and automobiles $870,000. Utah, Nebraska Idaho, New I
':1'i; Dom.of Spanish mackerel were de-I 3; remainder of state; 36 In 1890 legislature dividing Pinellas Arizona and Montana are the States PEBRILINEl.tbetradeIMkaaauatvestoU Quinine. euaJPp.pk '' -
atpoint'just improved
; 1' 1iNed to the Atlantic Fish Company there were 108 Chinese in Florida and county The problem of the farmer which contain the bulk of the Japs I ant to take and doe not dicjtrb.4M atoMack.,
a south of Clearwater. ttUQniaiae
II Residents take it and never know
Children
;;:r. Monday,morning.: This'enormous'MMl in ><9OO then wet> 120. A report just is how to sell his and Chinese farmers.If It AIM eneciaUy adapted to adatta wa. caaaet,
of products.A .
Tarpon: Springy arc: said to DOM not ....... MrcaBtenertawneitnorrinfinf
1',1!; lk r: .of what many people deem- the: made by the census bureau on Chinese be 'anxious to have such take ordinary Qninine. (a bead. Try .
| '* fce t',nah-that swims,' completely and Japanese lathe a division it the next time yon need QS tftte..t ff-,
| !Lowered," :. United States.is made, and are said to be favorable to shoat in the,pen is worth a jfs news, iff in the Bradford.1 pee,. Auk for 2-otIJICe..niiuJ t v .TIle.... :
tb floor of the receivingt'S of interest ,7a. >>
iaWwaLalie
as showing ]<
\..EHtVAa: ; 'v. among other.,the project If the division bill is in- tea dollar bill in the pocket. County TUagnpa. I ume PE2UUX T.

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THE BRADFORD COUNTY ,TELEGRAPH." flACpmltea".1
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7 Ala Gmty. TetefrapfcLocal ,A.TESTAMENT-OR BREAD structions to local offices with' refer-, I? '

t. ;4'k", : ': :.:...-. once to the Christmas .mail. He anticipates 1% -J

The :WorJd'a- Sunday School Association that the 'volume of parcel

ii r '': .." = Ails' 'Lsti Distance ''Phone is'undertaking to collect a million post during the Christmas season will,

? i.. .....-, ". ,t A, Na.4t. .. .., nickels for a million testaments: establish a new record.In STERNBERG'SSPBCIADSACRIFICE i

.. for a million soldiers fighting in Eu- order to prevent congestion i 1' ;

.. .Pnblisked weekly, ,and "entered asecoad rope. >' % post mee' lobbies postmasters are

t f r '. I- .. class matter at the post-offiee The object would be a'worthy one, asked to urge,the public to.obtain iii'' '
oj.
lit Starke, Florida. ;, IF THE SOLDIERS WERE :WITHOUT advance.the tags which must'be filledout

ry. ", i "':-. TESTAMENTS. But it is customary and attached to insured- C. 0. D, sAl$
for governments to famish and registered parcels. Attention also
E. S. Matthews, Editor and Owner
Bibles or testaments' to their troopsin is called to the necessity of having ,
:
.1'. E.-'RobliJl Associate tEditor, '
the field, and it is more than likely parcels properly wrapped and ad- I Iof

i :-;.',-nod k '.Basine.t'S3anager the combatants in Europe are alraady dressed. The address of the sender We are absolutely\ forced to convert our stock Into cash as tfere is urgent ne'-'c

; ; ''" fR DAY supplied. must appear on the face of the pack- our meeting large payments due within the next
... ,, December_ .1914- It is good to give within the limits age, preferably in, the upper left ,thirty days,)and since v'e ca l :
... ..' .r ., hand not borrow the money we MUST realize the ',"
I 7 '" --,,--- of ear resources. corner..All parcels must be'presented needed. amount through the medium
i
i y ,: ," Advertising U,tie life of trade. .But in giving for the collection of at the postoffice window or this sale. Our creditors DON'T want goods, they demand the r i'i.
testaments it' given to the rural carriers ,ney. So wl>
would not be well to and not to
'F:'1e end'of. the war u not 'yet.. give yet another nickel for a leaf of be placed in ordinary mail drops. i compelled}; to inaugurate this gigantic Special l Bargain Sale, SACRIFICING; 'OUR'Eff!
,"
. S % bread? Of course, the fostoffice will be TIRE profits and reserving NOTHING of our large, desirable and Attractive Fall "cc

I Db jour. Now. Year" resaluting_ early. Our country is just emerging froma helped, just as everybody else will be Winter Merchandise. ; ',"

; '- :The deodorized onion ia not an' on- period of financial depression which helped, by early shopping. And then'' :

I .. has left millions of people out of eat the people will be helping themselves !
T
1 Y OURS IS .
';.;. .. G' ploymsnt.. This is so to a marked by shipping with care, that is pack-I THE LOSS. YOURS TH| GAIN ; I

)*formidable triple alliance: 'Wine, degree in the larger cities. ing with care and addressing with .

' r ;" omen and,sang. Thousards: cf these unfortunate people care. It is'a wise policy to ship your Useless to quote just a few of the Bargain Leaders

. )'\, have used up their last pennies gifts early. Put a little legend onI, as a personal inspection'%'r m,' I
,Have written your letter to I more easily demonstrate
, ,. ; you and ar. HUNGRY FOR BREAD. your package: "Not to be opened until the REAL GENUINE BARGAINS offered at this Sacrifice
I
::<, Santa. ,Claus yet? _' : They have families' dependent uponthem Christmas day." In ninety-nine|, Sale. Following are only a few of the bargains offered, as it would be impossible

t I J.What's the matter .withKansas and' they. too, are hungry for cases out of a hundred the injunction I give you the entire list of merchandise on hand- .
j
i". ?taw f Skunk. farms. I bread. will be heeded. 1 ,

-".,' 4CraDd a I A million nickels will buy a milliontestaments The postmaster general calls special .
'
:
.. Duke.Nicholas Is the great for a million soldiers in attention to the insurance feature I FOR THE MEN FOR THE LADIES = ]

eat 'strategist in Europe. Europe. connected with the parcel post .
t'J .. sfs- Shoes Below Cost. '
: AND A tern and advises Millinery! at Cost.
MILLION NICKELS WILL that the public make
,
f Jl fi fqll.father sometimes means an Hats From 49 '
''empty Christmas. BUY A MILLION LOAVES OF liberal use of the same. The feature Cents Up. -, Skirts From $1.39 Up. I
..- stocking on "
; BREAD FOR A MILLION HUNGRY is one of the very best that has yet Shirts From 39 Cents Up. Shoes From 98 Cents U,:. ;

-,/ ,A: deaf 'man' hears n. musi; but PEOPLE IN THE'UNITED STATES been developed in connection with the Underwear Below Cost. Coats From $2.98 Up. | l'

..i'M,"" yr escapeshearing.!. .. much discord.. Why not add the second nickel? parcel post and many people have not Sweaters From 49 Cents Up. Dresses From 98 Cents Up. '
,rt. "" 1* """"" Those million testaments may savea -as yet-come to the point where :{
::4'J| would suit preacher betterif >I Separate Coats, $1.98. Dress '" '
your good many soul3.I they have familiarized themselves Goods'at Cost. "| =.::1 4

you'- would,", '" pay-more. "'and pray .less. I. AND. A MILLION LOAVES OF with it, and make the use of it that I Pants From 98 Cents' Up. Muslin' .Underwear Below Cost. :ft

'''Knowledge is money. This is the BREAD MAY SAVE A GOOD NUMBER should be-made. FOR THE CHILDREN I

,'. ,a reason' the average man has'no mon, By OF all LIVES means!let cs give a nickel SHOULD BE-PAGANIZED. Boy's Knee Pants, 25, 39, 49c and Up, Boy's Shoes at CostI I I 'l

I" t --- for a testament. I Boy's Suits, $1.19 and Up. Coats From $1.49 Up. ,J_ ,

i t ., Sunday school. .attendance is ,in- But let us dig a little deeper and A lady missionary, returned from
t creasing Christmas will soon be'The care for the sick and the distressedat China, says that unless the Chineseare
; 'ms Christianized will If it's money and REAL money you want to DONT fail to attend.}
F 's.N our own door; let's feed! the hungry they paganizethe save. Do not be
f. and clothe the ragged and the world. Well, the Chinese have a bashful about coming early and be sure to come often. Remember
:everything
are between
days
few'and far

n .
in our own country let's hunt good record. They are the: most industrious rificed. Musical Instruments :
':t when,LakeTM'tuke: doesn't. say some- ; Trunks, Bags, Rugs and Toys, all ata; reduced price 1
;; employment for the fathers whose people on earth, and they A
"; 11' chance to do
"- 'your CHRISTMAS shopping at
a Unlike
\ great saving. other
will ?
: children are crying for bread; let'sprotect work themselves to death to keeps sales

,. .:J; : FratieA a(issued a "Yellow,Book." the young girls in the;eiti their aged p;rents from want. And, where you must keep what you buy whether it fits or not, WE GUARANTEE to RE :

I -, ', : J.r I;; V -WhatCicoIof will the 'Japanese use who are committing suicide almost though you :::arch back to the mists FUND YOUR MONEY, if, for any reason you are compelled to return any merchan'g
.
t.1f" 'i'- :.. .MWl, _. daily because they are confronted of antiquity ysa: can find no record of dise bought during this sale. .1, }

1.4' :; ,;,,. with starvation or a life of shame.naked their going to war except in defense
'
't" ,' ... A conscience-is a handy thing' to Would this not be an act'upon of their own homes: Several Chris*I #

I f, \ lave at times;. At other times at is a which God would testow: His divine tian nations might be paganized on Sale Begins Thursday Dec. 10 and Lasts Two
I' iuiaance. !
t r ..;_ ':t approval? Would it not appeal to the Chinese plan with great advantage j

'Cook rand tPearyr] must hand 'it to Him quite as forcibly as giving a to humanity in general. Ocala Weeks
I Star. Only 'f. :
I ISTERNBERG'S
nickel for
.+ I ;tfce war correspondents for plain a testament for a soldiar .,
nilm
'j Europe? I I I a.- ,
f c fancy lying. An Egyptian miner from the bloc .
God can take of the souls
care of ''
w dyke; told us that he was born and
Now. is"the time,to push ,our mer- men-if the man will let Him.
'fI reared near the where the Jews
spot :
} ,.,f ekant marine.-Ocala- Banner, We But God does not bake bresd.
'. crossed the Red Sea and that he had ,
j. ,: haven't any to push: -
..
,4 crossed the sea dry shod time. :
z many a THE OLD RELIABLE
.. t\t ,.*; With three presidents:a in Mexicothere YOUR CHRISTMAS CHEER. This is possible, because the winds j I ; i ARKS, FLORIDA_ i iN

--1- is'cot as much room,at the top periodically. force back the water d I'.-- ::--
t. You are going to spend some money '
... that
there used to be. point. :
j I
e' j for articles you will send out with o ,

The Apalachicola Times has one of words of cheer on1 this approaching. James: J. Hill says he can wear only <..........t".t'- ..." " ,." ,p .: ..

fee most readable editorial pages in Christmas day. one suit cf clothes at a time and eat t 4

: tie weekly press of Florida. It is a beautiful habit-this giving I only three meals a day, but there is Get OftatFot Vicfrot

3:..' ., .The &; of] cheer-and: the custom fitthglyI | I tome satisfaction in knowing that he 'i Progressive Easiness Firms In Stake 1 i :
only thing that won't in commemorates i
grow < the day when Christ can do these things indefinitely.An .
J Florida is hair on 'a.'bald head, and..I was born. s : :ChrIstmas .

b that can't be.done r' exchange Blease didn't is- Readers of the ;
,' anywhere. For Christ gave most of allis says Telegraph will find it to their : i
lease all the convicts from"the South '
:
f Every religions bigot can quote life.In the expenditure of I Carolina penitentiary on Thanksgiv'I'I '.1 advantage to trade with tbe -firms represented Yourw'iolefannny will i be
\ our holiday
i and scripture that) to prove that he is right funds would it not be well for us to ing because he wanted to : in this. directory.MMMMtMMMMMM. : pleased C +-istmas mornin to
everybody else is'wrong.. to on Christmas.ie .
pardon : .
f I
.' remember that every dollar we spendat find pile ta the house. its
... : All those European rulers will eat home will give cheer to some o: George Fred Williams- -said he could 4 ''''''''''''''.''''''''u'''''''''''''''''',''''. "music andlentertainments;: are

their Christmas dinners at home,_' of our own people, to some one who have become king of Albania if he 4 ................>........ .... always*welcome and there'i
Times-Union. Except King Albert. is interested in us, who is laboring had had $25,000. We can't understand f 41
.. I for the advancement of our REAL ESTATE. : : : no better; rime to get one than
s =t. Even New York own community why a man who has $25,000 should : FURNITURE. ;
have
gunmen their ? right now/ Write us cr coax
g t:; tues. Two cf them met one day. last It is not for us to tell you where want a job of any o kind. .I......................... .......................... to the xto;e and see about '

1- .!to week and each' shot the other fatally.Don't ] you should trade. That is a matterfor Presumably by mistake the editorof of....'fet."e. .. ""UiitMe.e..I'...,..... YOU a1a>e:>ni arrange

own judgment.But this paper received a catalogue of >
o{ worry about not getting what your j to deliver it' time before
'. "' diamonds, watches and + COMER L. PEEK FURNITURE any _
do from
P't- is coming to you. You will get it we ask you to look carefullyover jewelry

.. r., .gat: ;{ sooner or later, whether it is gocdj the advertisements in this paper a well known jewelry house of Jacksonville 4i ft Florida Real Estate Lad and and almost'anything else you f. Chnat>l as.,

A'i. t .r eviL You probably will find what you) the other day. a might wantHULL'S 1INMFD
,.1t" ,,;"" :itf' ., I want, and quite likely you will be able ft Timber Expert. ; 4 '
'.' .. T.st Sir Oliver Lodge, England's great- .
:: What has become of the oldlashf. to purchase it as cheaply in this townas DEPARTMENT '

."....a... ;:0:: '')"is: ioned man who was afraid Rooseveltwould anywhere else. est scientist, lately affirmed not onlya ft. 33 years Experience at Starke. .. .* STORE. t ,:
:< -. .- .. scientific: belief in, but a positive : .
; '
i -_ W become emperor of the United And the home merchant and his 1'8'i"' ..I. ..t..t.8e.......
personal knowledge of the immortality
-
4 States?
family will thus of the
partake
:>:.. of the soul M' .MMM.MM.MMMMM. MMMMMMIMMMMMMDRY '
Christmas cheer which you hand outon .. *
k't :Villa has entered Mexico City. Take .
that blessed day. The hen GOODS. .
:, v- cue of that bank planting campaign of the DENTISTSiMMMfMff .
roll-Tampa Tribune. .
And even you the giver, will be Florida is .
Carranza took the bank roll. to cheered Metropolis bearing fruit. A :I......................... +MMMMMM
by the thought that you haveadded company has been organized at Punta -

Yera-Cruz. to the happiness of some one Gorda for the purpose of planting ...""t..... ...

x It is safe know on this day of peace and hens. *: : :
to prophesy when the Euyou more J. vi' MORGAN DR. (T. G. TURNERDENTIST i ALL KINDS OF DANCE MUSIC
;, ropean war will end, because your predictions good will to all people. e 4
will be forgotten before the Dr. W. G. Ebersole, of Cleveland, .> Headquarters for .. .1 RECORDS

war ceases. NO GUFF.Our Ohio recommends that men be muzzled India Ready-tn-Wear Goods, Edwards Building Fox Trot;; Hesitation, Maxiie,0ne-

.' to prevent kissing. He ought to Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. Upstairs; over Post<< )lJiee. Step, }c, 75 cent and $1.25 t

i ff Germany: is not doing a very decent readers should be thankful that be muzzled' to prevent such foolish .

: }t thing in demanding a monthly indemnity the Star has' not inflicted upon thfiany an talk. 4 tUtt... ie v THE MJSTIONPLETE STOCK OF YlC"

r' l of $7,000,000 from the s of the customary gulf; telling The Zolfo 300 TROLAS trw RECORDS IN FLORIDA '
.:.r. ing Belgians. them what they have to be thankfulfor. Springs Publishing Com 0 CHARLEY TOM 0 *> THE TELEGRAPH "

l i1 If people are industrious, temperate -. pany announces that they, will immediately O Chinese Hand Lanadry. JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY Co
Florida
Machine
: F" talking
.: j' We don't.have, to go to war. The ,I'and economical they will, as a install a new printing plant 0 -- A '
ig war comes to us in the shape of taxes, in a new fire-proof building. : .&F.utl scat
$ i rule, be in good shape almost ev cryhave 0 Jefferson and Thompson Stsi, 0 Best Advertising Medium of The
J Jscksa Florida
: r paralysis, of business and increasedcost :,
Thanksgiving day, and they will 0 STARKE, .
Nearly everybody knows that fight FLORIDA. County. *
'. of F..t.Llidaed )-@9. SaiforCttiUjto +T ,
living. .
; .
I I nobody to be thankful to but th eming doesn't pay-except in Mexico.- =- u Oibt3W 0000s

.' .' Read "A Christmas Carol," by selves. If they are unfortunate, they West Palm Beach Sun. And in Europe i

< ) :, ( Charles Dickens before Christmas. It'' generally have in most places in our i and Asia and Africa.

t ::. -f: will do you good and through you will.do country, reason to be thankful to .- The vice president says the people I r
:r ; their friends. If have A glance at the 1915 calendar shows -
others they prosperedthru ake I
good. officeholders
: too
.' seriously. On
.t -}} that the first month of the i it
cheating other people new year .
they
". 0 are
;s With a czar, an emperor, two kings hypocrites, if they are thankful at is full of promise for the average the contrary, many of them are. accepted I I Mowing Machines and :

:1 1': and a president at the front the European -:I all, and if they are idle and dissipated man, in that it will have-five paydays. for what/they are-Jokes. ; i
.
.3: war can boast of some ed they should have nothing to be .Tampa Tribune. ,I .
T Publication of the
r Zolfo Springs .
]} and circumstance. I I thankful for. If the so-called tha mssTruth J! :
and Avon Park Fact has been Rakes
I giving' spirit There Is more Catarrh la this section of I
;;i T The Tampa, Times is bringing Its- was more ,spread out suspended until a new building can be :the country Item fell other fliapaaoa put '
4 ,. over the days preceding and following :together and until the last few years !
1 paragraph column to the old erected and new equipment installed. to i
up- standard iras supposed b3 Incurable. For a great' !
; the event, the people would be IT IS CHEAPER OWN
t of excellence better many years doctors pronounced:: it a local TO OWN YOUR
,, and we are pleasedto disease and local )
off. Ocala prescribed remedies and
Star.CHRISTMAS Boy, page Dr. Cook. An Arctic expedition -
H t < note the change. by constantly failing t cure with local i i i THAN RENT ; :
-.. 'f! reports that the land discovered t treatment: pronounccl it Incnfabte. Seti i

:'Ii{ On Thanksgiving we all farad sumptuously ORDERS AT THE ( ?) by Peary isn't there.Tarn tutional ence: has disease provca, Catarrh&nd: therefore to be'a requires coDStI!I SOLD ON TIME :

t? ; upon turkey and_oysters and POSTOFFICE. pa Tribune. Core constitutional, manufactured treatment.by F.Ilall's J. Cheney Catarrh ft I i

I' cranberry sauce, but now we are gladto a---- Co.. Toledo. Ohio is the only Constitutional
.. .get baco 'and grits. It may be a.bit early in the seasonbut Mrs.Indian Richard Croker says she is not ternally cure In oa domes the from market.10 drops It is to taken a tea In= I At prices lower than you have ever ueard of. They I :

x after all Christmas is near and an squaw, but hopes to be some spoonful. It acts directly 'O!!' the blood I must be sold. '
:* *.. etidlineia Bradford County Tele- before 'of I day. A squaw is an Indian mother. and mucous surfaces of the system. They I I i.
'r 4 many us are aware of it the I offer one hundred dollars for any case It
.aski' ,; fWhere is .Enterprise?" great season, will be here. That is I Wauchula Advocate. t fills:JimoId&k.to cure. Bead for circulars and tes iI
Qui DeWITT
C. JONES I
,:Ut ;and Gadsden county overflowtH the way the-postmaster general.100k-j If'it', news, ifa in the Bradford AMrea r. J. C3ETET. aca,s'oieaa 0. !
tj : '
'> 't. ioE i t-Quincy, Times: ,ed at it, for he has,' Bold by Bnwirtott,re. :
1 4.n'" t. '. 'M MV- County Telegraph. ,""IIa*' 1sTaal f matae wslyatlta, 3

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L ,Mra..W.E. Bradley and little son, '-,.f .- ,"'- .. .' ,
Edward Melton lift Thursday for ,l' -

Baxley, ,Ga., :where they will:: spend .. ',,;, :'...,."... '

'B isofLocal.: 'a' the' Christmas holidays with,relatives. lk) : C

: iMrs. 0. L.. Haynes left Thursdayfor u r; !Jmthlbr'
0 : Fairburn Ga., where she will spend .
Ii Information .
the holidays with her parents. Dr. tt''ni.. s..
hfy1)
Haynes accompanied her as far as j ra -Sri net h.iU'in '
a J
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&ii II Caar.ilf p?'lYNL,'lalau+ :af'' Jacksonville. __ ..?\ ,i J'!:'o Y. 'tthi.m' h T.jj ..i i$; utated dollar u .\\,;J1 -, Y.: '
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-FWI 4U a- w c..v'" 'T. ...:-",.'<; x', .: -c1r; eaSaebt a :its>'> .,:nark" .. .i/:' M sap'.)'J'tca 8 a1ia1t2r'1.4;[,1" :Y'

The Ladies' Musicale will meet next -. tif-el.:'ff- '.. s." 'J '
X ? : :.. /
Y .b.
.i ".,f --' ii-, ," _; =:- 5 4Rev. Monday afternoon, December 14, at --=, ., !i't'r..:.;.:..-, ty ur$: tji'-'f---t; : m:>., ; bo 1a r '.."7.::"{, ,0 .'!t'F/rf..Y'. ,.:; ,'"j'

W A. Ferrell is attending the threa o'clock. All membors are urged : ": '
;f f.if'dry"goodi. Leviton., .. ', otiS UbI : '
",i '!".. Baptist State Convention! at Pensa- 'to be present at the appointedhour. .!\-1 1'J.. ?I ,
:\ ;
... ", Hardware. i '>; :',:":.'..'..":;; 'i.:: ';: ,' '.J.-f' p. .
Jones ; .
: | CANS "
"t' f yRUP.. cola this week. i 'M"1 ;:. "" ,; 't t. \Jl'l, ; ''' .
."o" i -- ,'. 'llI 1
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: 0 .
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informs 0: ,....... .',
Mr. B. F. Roberts J that '
t X. us '
( peps and toys at'Stump's. Dr. H. Freeman attended the 'f -r
'L"1 Southern Health<'Exhibit at Jacksonville from a planting of 1,500 sweet potatoviies ; I
S.S
:M ::, groceries. Hull's Department last Friday. on the Bud Edwards place he f : :

has dug 57 bushels and considers it a "
)
"if'IIf...,,,;\'>-",_,- N.tiGet your delivered orders Christmas in for good yield. J. u1ii1jrhtl5! / J'
H'edai: sale of boys' clothing .at wood. No wood .
week. Brown's. Messrs. A. V. Long, H. Richard, : ._, .

,,,i; "1',' E. S. Matthews and G. C. Livingston ..', .. .'. ''\

':"1ri Ladies-We have a nice line of hair returned Tuesday.from a week's fish- 6. . .. '. .. .. '. y'
,i,f1|jffipffiS---Wizard, mopS; Jones switches, all shades and save you 100. ing and hunting. trip to Lake HalL ;

", ';i J1"" -- \ I per cent on them. Brown's.o _. They'report a pleasant time and plen- 0 DR. 0.Dentist.L. HAYNES .. A Few Words to Home eeker s-. :- =

I ty of fish. '
'4f If Brick and lime. Hull's Department We ar open for Christmas buy- 0 ----- u .. r


avoid the rush. Brown's. in i one'ef her faultlessly rendered solos 0STARKE, FLORIDA. 7

'. I r\ hit;, Wile and Warner rings. at I ; violin obligato by Mr. Lesley . .. .AAA66. . ..6. 6. .. I have a tract of land in Baker county consisting,of eleven ihousamd,
ti&fci, I have a fullline, of boys'.suits acres, situated
",1- I and trousers just received. Hull's i j!I Turner. Thesp are a few of the many thirty-seven miles estOf J Jacksonville on'tit f Sc aboard', Air
I Jj&bifer has it. What! Anything lgoWo < things you will miss, if you fail church with twelve charter membersat Line Railroad, lying in a body North and'South',of said raifroad, '
Store.I
i tTt[M,-,WMt- I Department] to come out tonight *that point The congregation has A good proposition for a saw hell, pine timber estizaby two.saw,: i '

; 1_ I j I Car.of American wire, not "just received I I no house of worship at present and mill experts; one, twenty-two hundred feet per'acre; othejf, two thousand .
watches'1l At the School Auditorium
ilngersoll High '
Men's and new
Boys' feet
;; | ;" it.came several days ago.- will hold services in the school house per acre. "-; -

ta r& Hull's Department Store. tonight you 'will hear the kind of until a building can be erected. There A fine proposition for a cross tie'manufactory; many an4\many thousand) .

'ladies music you most enjoy by local ,talent is a good prospect of more new mem cf cypress as well as pine ties on this land. -- ., s
coatsuits below cost 'and will Starke's loveliest >: k
Jlr. 0. J. Farmer, of Gainesville, ;. you see hers soon. For clay sub-soil diversified farms there is mo better land in'Florida
i at stump's. Times-Union representative, was in young ladies in Grecian and :

Starke! Thursday.Mrs. modem tableaux. Tuesday of this week was a good NOW READ THIS .
< -
|lf Shrivels :sale, January, 1st. Bar day to remain at home and toast I : : .

':>i1; mini for you. T. J, McBeath, of Jasper= is1 The Ladies' Aid Society of the Baptist shins by the fir). A cold rain prevailed I have a fine proposition in the famous strawberry la;aJa. fa v Bradford''i .
T-1' spending< the week-end with hsr church will meet at the home oft county, three miles northwest of Starke and Fta
nearly all same distance
1fr chips for kindling. day and a biting wind ,sou-hwest of L w":
?ne daughter, Mrs. R. A. Weeks. |t Mrs. T. N. Limbaugh, Tuesday afternoon increased the discomfort of people tey, consisting of three hundred and twenty acres, sU ander toew American "

,jet,.Hardware. I December 15, at 3 o'clock. The who field wire fence. This tract of land for stock --
I CoL D. E. Knight was in Jackson- were compelled to be outside. a farm and general, farming is '
will.break members. are urged to attend The bound to interest the most critical I
n'r'6 doses clouds rolled buyer. '
666 an y, villa Wednesday on business before| away Tuesday night -. _,: .
.of Fever"or" Chill Price 25c. t j jJlm'Mary jthe United States court. Rev. H. G. Dennison, of Lake Alan bright warm sunshine was on the Twenty acres in cultivation, partly stomped, tenant house,barn and othr' w'r

I fred, Polk county, who preached here weather program Wednesday. er buildings. Thirty head of young and selected stock :cattleJ:: "' ,
:)!'::1 Weeks is now, residing I! '
Mr. and Mrs.Isaac Budd, of Law- ,
few has 'received call
weeks'ago, ,
a a Rev. ANOTHER '
1e Jiektonvene.L W. H. Du Moulin, of Brook EXCELLENT PROPOSITION
rep, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
g i .* t to the pastorate of the Presbyterian lyn, N. Y., who has' been in charge of, J ,
|!P rker':, and other makes of fo unJ. E. Robinson, of this city.. church and is expected to be here to the Episcopal church here for several; Three stores for sale at a bargain in the center of the businesa'sectiea* : ;

WD i pens o at Miner's. I occupy his pulpit next Sunday. of Starke. A good rental proposition; all occupied goo.f tenantsC "
.'' ". .' '- !I A complete lumber yard and build"ing weeks! left Wednesday for 'Jacksonville by,. '. .." to "
z,5"' : *"fflona;ware ,dinner .sets, regard- > supply store at your service Mr. 'C.: E. Brown, a well knewn where,he will remain indefinite NOW'MY RESIDENCE ( .: !< jt '. ',

n)Iii of,cost at Miner's. Quigley Lumber and Supply, Co. peach grower of New'Jersey,'who has ly. Rev. Du Moulin will ,be succeeded !, ,
J -- I I by Rev. Worthing of Little A two story eight-room house modern jtrage '
Falls conveniences 'atabla
'8' Deputy Sheriff Jones of made frequent visits here, is spending ,'" ';:
Mallory ,
ii'if;Special' prices on sweet feed. Hull Jacksonville, was in Starke -in an offi- a few weeks with us at the present Minn, whose arrival: is expected at eta One acre, street on all four sides, beautiful shade frees around ,the'is.; ('[- '
Department) Store. tire lot ,
: time. oranges, figs, and other twit
any pecans fruit
time looking for a location, andhe trees._ Within blocks of '
< : : 'eial capacity Monday and Tuesday. I : ': ; :
"r
,t4,j.; r : la' no place'like home, and I is looking in the right'place. The.Telegraph will be new thirty thousand dollar StarEe Hifh School s, thef = -'
M Fruit cake, plum pudding, etc., compelled to Reason for selling, I must have money to meet
Starke is our home. j I I issue! pressing o;ng. tionL { : .
a 16-page
*|| f i: ; : made to order. Call at Kicklitcr's Come out tonight to the entertain edition next week in give terms. Can show this property easily at any tine. M.! :f ... ." : y
*p:< *rs.E. T. Campbell visited friends store or phone Mrs. J. R. Halligan. ment and not only have an evening of order to provide room for the ChrisP tAddress all communications to r .

fin Lawtey Monday: I | excellent entertainment, but also hel advertisements of enterprising :
.f' : .._: I S r Miss Vesta1 Weeks ;of Jacksonville, the school and civic club to promptly Starke merchants' These eE.. E. CANOVA -
Starke
;. ,Mr WDI Kickliter, of Raiford, spent was: the guest,of Col. W. T. Weeks meet the payments on the 75 volumesof mints will contain some interestingnews owner, ., Fla. ,

." Sunday'with* relatives here. and other-relatives here this week. reference and literature placed in for Christmas shoppers. Don't References to my character and business atandingTin >thisstafe.- -
St j s I i| fail to read them ; I refer' :
the school last' all. Spend
Hr.JJS.: ; Griner,' of Brooklyn,,wasAo not miss hearing a charming' library year. at home this your you to '. :

rut$tarke;business Monday.: little "Miss" of 5 years 'sing Carrie Judge Geo. A. Gardiner and Mr. money year. The Peoples' Bank for Savings, St. Augustine, Florida." ,:. ;
Jacobs-Bonds' "I Love You Starke merchants The Bradford County Bank, Starke,-Fla. -
J' Mn; J.'T. Quigley has returned from Truly. Tate Kite have imported a pair of are beginning toadvertise ;
I The Barnett National Bank '
'a business trip to Washington, D. C.:( The "Bridal Chorus" from "The thoroughbred fox hounds from Tennessee liberally, and they have the Jacksonville. Fla.', ../: ,;-,
-_ and the readers of"the Telegraph goods< to back up their statements'i ?
Rose
;')Ira."W" H..Graham- was a visitor Maiden" will be sung by Mrs. may expect to be entertained You don't have to send away your I
Futch, Mrs. Turner and Mrs. '
I to'Jacksonville Thursday :I Adkins.w some stirring stories of the !Christmas: things. Read the advertisements I 3
tgfjr "t ._. J, 1
r' r Horse bull chase in the future. in the Telegraph this week ,
high strong; pig tight' ; near ,
Just tell them saw me at Shriv-
| you
Southern wire fence for sale" and next and do your Christmas shopping .
i at the Removal
er'a'They will know the rest. I{ I Mr .Walter Simmons of McRae, Sail
,! at home, where ::11
"1'010; -; Ga., who is building the new school what
'a 1 RmnemberShriver'is, on the west' you are getting. Our m r )Iants

[_.. Look for. the stone front !I Mr..J. R. Davis is the latest vic- business Wednesday. He had with are responsible men, and if.anything :, '
= 'tim of the automobile fever. Herd has house at Lawtey, was in Starke on is not right, they will make it right i.1 : .i

|P horn to'ldr..and.Mrs. A. C.'WaenTkaraday 'purchased a Studebaker roadster. him plans for a new school house at Spend your money at home. By experience we know that nothing sells high -

: ; December, a boy. i Raiford, which he feels confident will i I
5.3 a ; ]1 I American fence. If quality and not be approved by the board of educa- The Starke Board of Trade has'received grade goods so quickly as a cut in prices. ;WitHout -.

": The most complete line'of wood "nantity counts, you will buy Ameri- lion : 5,000 handsome illustrated reservation every article in this store mljst!
'i v4 oQ heaters Jones, Hardware. i fc n fence. Low prices. DeWitt C. booklets for ,go .
4r.F'U-; : j i'r Jones. The Ladies' Aid Society of the'Baptist The.object' gratitous distribution. by the'First of :January. My lease will expire the
,,1 5.f- 6 doses 666( wm break of these booklets is to interest -
My church will have a Christmas sale homeseekers first of the year, so beginningSATURDAY
< 'Jr- Fever, or Chills. Price 25c. Mr. J. E. Robinson has sold lislat and prospectivelettlers.
t: I I I Mr. Roy V. Turner's restaurant They are free for the ask
market
meat Call
ii''r Special bargains in coats for :lai Alvarez, who on took street to Mr. A.| Friday afternoon, December 18. Fan- ing. Call at the "ffice of the Bradford DECEMBER 12 -
possession
else) misses' istlcy articles suitable for Christmas -
Q; and,children at Leviton's. week. County Abstract Co. and get a ,
K .'j-<,- / gifts, together with cakes and ho mesupply and mail them I will offer entire
to stock
I I'I'I persons my of merchandise : absolute
I at
Special. bargains in coats for :la- -
Miss S. E. Cherry, of Maxville is ( made candies will be on sale and a whom you know to be interested in :

.'> misses, and'children at Leviton's. in Starke this week taking medical liberal patronage.is solicited. Florida. cost. .

i( Kr,and Mrs..W. H. Miner were vis- treatment* from'one of our local p hYThe show windows of our merchants The ladies of St.' Remember: date and come early before the f

I! ROn,to-. Jacksonville_ Wednesday, I I sicians. have been dressed for the dis- the Episcopal church Mark's held an Guild oyster of stock has been picked, over. '

!ij; :f ladIes and childrens coats 1 I I Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Shaffer have replay of, Christmas wares, and some supper and Christmas bazaar in the I Note these few examples: '
turned'from a visit'of several .weeks of them show artistic merit. Our Aromory last '

;below cost at Stump's.. I,I with relatives and friends in Madison merchants are optimistic and expecta purpose of starting Friday a fund evening to furnish forjthe! I, SHOES. I I SHIRTS \:

oi :''h Mlas Margaret Shriver, of Brook. county. large Christmas trade this year and the Episcoparectory. Oysters, salads -, i $5.00 Shoes --------: _$4.10 $1.00. shirts ____.___-_$ .85

a,,Visited) friends in jStarke Tuesday.1 j i I Mr. H. .R. Alderman 'of Lake Geneva have shown their faith by buying sandwiches; coffee, home-made I $4.50 Shoes ------._---- 3.90 $1.50 shirts _______..:-_ 1.12 *
; large and varied assortments of
l fdr I I commissioner candies and fancy articles were sold. I $3.50 Shoes ----------- 2.95 50c shirts ______.,____ .42
''nti' :' S.' Ma_Carver, of, Lake Butler, county of Clay goods. The attendance $3.00 Shoes __*._ 2.15
was not 75c
as large as ------ shirts ______ .59
in county was in Starke ---- 1
business I I I
f.1I-1f. Starke on business Wednes- Saturday. : on on Rev. W. A. Ferrell, who was pastor expected, but the ladies are grateful I $2.50 Shoes ----------- 1.95 Special price on Wool Shirts I i I

'I.. kl- I I Imported I Lof II I ,the Baptist church here last year,I f for the patronage they received. I $2.00 Shoes ---_-,----- 1.55 and Underwear.
'
, pljaafflord f Alvarez is ironstone china (white now residing at Starke
having a new spent a Grand
Worthy Patron L
: : of :paint put upon ,the Starke English ware), something that is nice I(I day or two here with his many friends of Lake Butler E. Webster -
tl'Jo was here last i
UIt.; and will, wear. Hull's DepartmentStore. this He k8
week.
was
accompanied by A.
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A.
i: 1L Thursday evening to institute the lo-: Wainrigbt -
L If'1 fipaaal discount on furniture I i f Mrs. C. M. Broughton, who slap v iscal chapter of the Order of the Eastern
ited her friends in and around .
I; arleek only. Hull's. DepartmentRobinson Jack Armstrong, of Jackson lle'IPerryr-Perry Heraald. Star. He was accompanied bdelegation a
i was in Starke Monday'' doing some i : from Lake' Butler to assisthim l .} '
'
i! .-.4.l I j I i line work for the Southern in the =-'
( I Bell Telephone Dr. A. H. Freeman has a"lemon installation of officers and ,
\10' --r--- ,
i: It C; C. of Jacksonville, 1 Co. the exemplification of the '
tree of the ponderosa variety thatwas work of proved effective. The serum will E. Andreu, Starke. t ?
{.. ; west of his father, Mr. J.. E.I the order. The local ?*!
chapter starts
planted several times fail to do its
i"4 1 Mr. J. M. Truby is years ago. The some work for f b
. "P# I.,4..'-.: shipments making regularcarload tree this year bore 12 lemons, all out with fourteen charter members. several reasons. Weak serum will FOR SALE-At a sacrifice, improved '
, .G JI'; of sweet
i, ;' 00 just what you have been The tubers are now bringing potatoes.50 cents large, the.largest weighing 20 nun Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson was elected not do any good and good serum will city property, one block trom busi- ?

f -Qnigley'Lumber & Supply ;a bushel The fruit is oblong in shape and the worthy matron. j J i' i not avail if the hog vaccinated is in- ness center. Address Mrs. Mary '

SSW: peel is rough and warty, but the flavor A colored man named s'fected'with the cholera germ at the Weeks, 1525 ,Market Street, Jacksonville -: '
; : J I r Mrs. 0. P. Likins is Moody was time of Fla. 12114t.
< rf .. of Jacksonville, particularly good. arrested here Monday and placed in treatment $t i
; ,P Duncan.JBf.Jacksonville, was the guest of Mesdames D. L.days I li -
e and
I. a,.,{isitor'to Starke several J. M. Alvarez Monday and Mr. Merchant if you want a Christmas the county jail for shooting anothergrsPh i LOST-Heavy lap robe. Probably j *
t ;; tfftffftffft.
tl ,"-, week. of this week. Tuesday advertisement in the Tele negro in'the'thigh at Lawtey Saturday + ffffff 4 lost in vicinity of Gaorge Thomas' '7'r.? \

i '.f.< .- l "":" I I I next week (and, of course, you do), night. Moody escaped after the + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING 4 place west of Starke, Suitable reward -' !f ti
: ; T N. Haney of Lake I If Miss shooting and-d. C. if .
Butler, Carrie Darby and Miss Thel- prepare your copy at once. Our mechanical Sapp trailed him 4 returned to E. S. Matthews l

..,. '-. ted,., .business in the county seat ma Griffin were the week-end guestsMiss department will be rushednext to Starko Sunday. Sapp has been tffff4 itftfff. .... Starke, Fla. 12-11-21. ;

: Y" of Bessie,Jones, week. Bring appointed a deputy sheriff, but has
'JiU at the Lennox your copy in early LOCAL TALENT EJiTfERTAlfiMENL /- %
+.:s't.'stad Mrs. C. A. !I hotel, in Jacksonville. and avoid the rush. not received \commission, and he FOR SALE-Flock of chickens. Ap-
Moitt and
-. ha- invoked the assistance of Night Marshal ply at this office. :; __ $ fc
fQ'of! Jacksonville: ,'visited relatives I New, entirely sanitary and up-to- Mr. Levy'Strickland and Miss Kiz- Burnsed in making the arrest. The school and civic: club present V' 4J *

, 1t. it' ;. ,!J'l y.. d:1te-the Kaustine closet zit Riggs, daughter of Rev. P. M. Moody is being held for trial pending FOR SALE-Coon and possum tonight, Friday, December 11, in the ',s

; $-.50 per sack less' than home, office and schools. Q mmgley Riggs, were united in marriage on the death or recovery of the man he hounds, fox and cat hounds, pointers High School auditorium,'some of the r

7, ,' 6lents S pound. Hull's Lumber and Supply Co. Thursday evening by Rev. F, B-Johns shot. and setters. M. L. Crawford best of Starke's local talent ,in tab- /'
-.. Departwore. leaux, readings, vocal and instrnmen- '
::
R" Mr. at his home in the presence of a few Tiger, Ga. 11-6-7t. :
p 'y. .- Eugene E. Pelot of New Orleans friends. We are not in possession of Mr. 0. L. Mizelle of Dukes, special tal music, piano and viclin. '.

1 f". ;B.. T.. Rape is attending the for' the,- expert machinist and inspector enough details to give a,full accountof agricultural agent of Bradford coun- ,I WILL pay thI highest market prices The, program is varied and rach and ,

State Conference. at Ar- was in Mergenthaler Linotype Co, the wedding, but we wish the young ty, was in Starke Monday and as us I for coon, posSum, cat and'ottr every number will be worth the priceof
..W '" Starke on.his rounds visit to the of admission. Reserved seats ,35c.
paid Telegraph
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$ ''i-.Ay' couple a merry Christmas and a hap'nil furs. L. A. Brown. Brooker, Fla.12ll4t '
,> From | py.New Year. fice. Mr. Mizell reports that during General admission,for adults and /or
1t JOU. know the rest-it Saturday December, 12, 'un the vaccinatsd children, 25 cents. :
til. January 1st, will ; h' past year he has more; .
beat o. we
have
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'#.:.' < ,,",-w. 1 '- 6ky" Lumber' and counters of shoes the special Rev. W. F. Malphurs went to Mas than 4,500 hogs in this 1 county with FOUND-Two woods sows. Owner Seats on sale at Mftchell'a Drnr

".'. ,, 's',,,,....,}.......-( : rr; Department
"' ",:t,;.%''''ti ... r Store.. j I I Berry and Deal organize a Baptist the majority of the case*'the scram ,and paying.for.,this notice.. G. 8.THEBRADFORD t

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' cracked peas or broken rice and 2 THE' SUN." _4:,
ILl! SUGGESnONS "SHOOTING
: ON POULTRY RAISING per cent of charcoal, millet or rape 1

seed may be added. A'commercial SlmplMt, W,y of Locating a. Ship's I
J chick ;feed maybe substituted if de- Position at Sea.

: FOR THE SOUTHERN: FARMER si ed.' The above ration can ,be fed Oat of sight of land a ship's': geographical flu
ICOMPMl
until the chicks are two weeks, old, position Is determined either 4:
.:;J.: ( by keeping'!fa careful record of the
should be
'e when they placed on grain
*
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steered and tbe dlstauee'rune
S Tf, (Prepared in the Bureau, Animal: common kerosene lamp the hole in the and,a dry or wet mash mixture. The course known a.-dead reckoning J or by the
blaze. A hole mashes,mixed with milk are of eon chronometer and sextant -
Industry). box will be opposite the ; combined use of
ire siderable 'value in giving the chick- of the rnr
-that ... by observation 2'
'f virtue of the size of a silver dollar should be '
The Southern farmer
by
-
ens a good start in life, but the mix- heavenly bodies. The uperutlon of Ceding 1
| his location and climate, splendidly cut in the top of the box to allow the tures should be fed in a crumbly mass the latitude and, longitude of observation l

Lt ,situatedfor the production of'fowls I heat to escape. An infertile ,egg, and not in a sloppy condition.As can' be |x>rforuied In a number '

H and eggs. The mild winters and ear. when held before the small hole witha .soon as he chickens will eat of ways,.,f which tbe simplest and SOUTHERN
most convenient is by measuring tbe THE EXPRESS:
!j r" 0'I- ly springs)1t make the production, of lamp lighted inside the box, will whole wheat, cracked corn and other altitude of the sun above tbe horizon

t eggs an easy matter when prices are look perfectly clear, the same as a grains, the small-sized chick feed cane at noon as i* Indicated on the vernier As.Your Dailv"Deliverv .: high ; fresh one, while. a fertile egg will > eliminated. In addition to the of tbe sextant and spoken of at sea as :
f-v.' 'On many farms throughout the show a small dark spot, known as the above feeds the chickens' growth can -shooting tbe sun." An arithmetical "' '
' ti -' eountry: the money derived from the embryo, with a mass of little blood be ,hastened if'they are given sour computation by the aid of logarithmsIs i
' k; sale of poultry and eggs buys the veins extending in all directions if milk, skim milk or buttermilk to thus 'quickly made which shows exactly Just because you are located 40 to

:]S groceries and clothing for the entire the 'embryo is living The testing drink. Growing chickens kept on a bow far the ship is north or southof I 100 miles from the is
tbe equator or. in other words the city no
\ family. Every Southern fanner can should be done in a dark room. range may be given all their feed in reason

do as well And should aim to keep at Care of the Hen and Chicks.If a hopper, using as a grain mixturetwo latitude.Finding the longitude, however is a why you are out of reach of the city!

, 1 least 50 hens for laying purposes and the eggs hatch unevenly, those parts by weight of cracked corn somewhat longer process. An observation ,

I t '* for home consumption. Select some which are slow in hatching may be and one part of wheat, and for amash is made either in the forenoon or consumer or the city stores, Early
':.' of the American breeds such as the placed under other hens, as'hens of- mixture any of those given for afternoon. the chronometer time of the

,> Plymouth Rock, Wyandottes, or the ten get restless after a part of the laying hens. If, beef scrap is to be horizon contact of the sun's image being -. morning trains and our city delivery

Rhode Island Reds. The Orpingtons chickens are out, allowing the remain- fed, it is advisable to wait until the noted. A calculation is then made .
are also a good general-purpose brasd. ing eggs to become cooled at the very chicks are 10 days old. Chickens con- which gives tbe exact time at the spot service will put you on an :equality
a where the ship happens to be.: and. as
4 Housing the Poultry. time when steady heat is necessary. fined to small yards ,should be sup- the chronometer carried aboard shows with any suburban trucker poultry
On almost farm there be Hens should be fed plied with feed such lettuce ;
any can as soon as possible green as the exact time at Greenwich the prime .
fitted up, with very little, if any, cost after the eggs are hatched, as sprouted oats, alfalfa, or clover, but meridian of longitude, the difference farm, orchard or dairy.We .
4. for, new material, a poultry house feeding tends to, keep them.quiet; the best place to raise chickens suc- between tbe two expresses in hours and
that will answer the purpose of the otherwise many hens will leave the cessfully is on a good range whereno minutes easily convertible into degrees will deliver for you. You can

-i more expensive buildings for keeping nest. In most ,cases it is best that extra green feed is required. and miles the distance east or west of

poultry. The 'essentials to success I the hen remain on the nest and brood Some Poultry Hints., Greenwich. order city bargains shipped to you
thus speaking ,found
in housing are fresh air, sunshine, a I the chickens for, at least 24 hours af- Allow the hens free range. Wire in Baring roughly : C. 0. D.
the latitude and longitude a dot placed by Express and this J
dry floor, and' a building that is freed]I ter the hatching is over Chickens the garden, not the hens. on the chart at the,exact'point were ,

from' drafts. The house must be free I hatched during the winter should be Stronger fertility is secured from the lines of latitude and longitude cross brings ,the bargains to your

,, E, t from drafts or the birds will catch''''' brooded in a poultry house or shed birdS on range. denotes the ship's poitioa.Travel :very

, It. cold. Cole are the forerunners, while the outside weather is unfav- Remove the male birds from the door. ,:

r coup and other diseases. orable; after the weather becomes ri:t- flock as soon,as'the hatching seasonis *'

, } Feeding the Flock. tied, they should be reared in brood over, so as to produce infertile. FLOGGED THE FAT MEN. Carriage Charges Low y ,

I y, It takes a healthy, well-fed flock tot coops out of doors. Brood coops eggs. I SERVICE Satisfactory i
$ produce eggs. Fowls must not be should be made so that they can be Infertile eggs are produced by hens' Spartan Cure For Those Who Grew ,

t t' allowed become to ofat, as but few closed at night to keep out rats, cats having no male birds with them. Too Stout For Military Duty. Insurance up to $50 Free {

, i :f' eggs will be laid by hens in such con- and other animals, and enough venti- Infertile eggs keep much better Among the ancient Spartans every-
dition. Tt prevent their getting over- lation should be allowed so that the than those that are fertile. thing was considered secondary to military NO CHARGE FOR DELIVERY IL,
and with view to
efficiency a securing -
fat it is best to make them work for hen and chicks will have, plenty of The male bird has no influence on
: this the boys and men were bylaw
s their feed by scratching in litter com- fresh air. Hens will successfully the number of eggs laid. kept ia a continual state of "trainlag. SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY I. : Jt
posed of about,4 inches of dry straw, brood 10 to 15 chickens early in the The hen's greatest profitproducingperiod ." No deformed child was allowedto.

leaves or ctaff. The following rations breeding season, and 18 to 25 in the is the first and second years. .live. Boys were taken from their

will give coed results when proper warm weather, depending ,upon the February and March, are the best homes and subjected to military regulations "Serve the Public"AI ; -i

k care is given to their feeding. size of the hen. hatching periods. Chicks hatched dur- at the age of seven. They were .-
compelled to wear: the same single garment
ing these months are freer from sore.
Grains. Mash. winter and summer. At twenty
head than tho33 hatched later. 1l
'1 pound oats 12 pounds corn meaL they joined the ranks'' and from that ;
-------------------- .
Do rot allow hens to
sitting
I remain -
pounds corn _.________________ aiai id pound rice bran or wheat bran. age till they reached sixty were re
11 in the hen house. By so doing quired to ,dine at tbe public tables, .
.,. ... pound cottonseed meal. many eggs are started to incubate, where only a certain quantity,was supplied .
:r which renders them unfit for use at for each man. Tbe magistrates Atr1lft\c
1 pound.oaU -I 12 pounds corn meal. home or to market. Interfered in absurdly small matters

; 2 pounds cam, kafir: corn: or,maize.-- Id pounds rice bran. If possible place the brood They regulated the degree of fatness to ti 4o

1 pound broken rice.or peanuts __I___ t 11 pound cottonseed meal. near the cornfield, which furnishes coops extend which it Ills was body.lawful for any citizen to

both shade and fresh ground. Those who dared to grow too fat or
pounds wheat bran.
12 The free use of kerosene or crude too soft for military service and exercise
1 pound oats -\_i__ ____ pounds wheat middlings. '
I petroleum on the roosts, dropping were sometimes soundly flogged.
t I 1, pound:wheat or barley _______:.:. nd 12 pounds corn meal or corn boards, in ,the cracks, and around the Aellan in his history relates that .... o..twnn.
, '1 pound earn or kafir corn. .._______1 chop. nests will exterminate mites. 'White Nauclis. son of I'olytus. was brought ...
cottonseed meal. before the ephors magistrates) and the
y' ))1 3 pounds I wash is also good.
I whole assembly of Sparta, and "his
: "f Ten-percent or less of beef scrapi The hen should be confined'to the Spray the brood coops once a week unlawful fatness was imhlirly exposed

i; ; may be added to the.mash in a'! of "coop until the chickens are weaned, with some of these solutions and and be wn threatened with (lt'rpetualbanlshmE'lIt

I the rations with good res.l:s. Skim while the chicks are allowed free move to fresh ground.Be if lie did not bring his
sure to feed the table scraps to body within the regular Spartan compass .
milk or buttermilk is excellent for range after they are a few days old.
;/ poultry. Grain feeds, such as cabbages Where hens are allowed free range the fowls. Milk is one of the best and give' up the culpable: mode of .J"';>,
living, which was declared to be more
j mangel beets, alfalfa or clover and have to forage for feed for the feeds for egg production. '
loui.in than
of
I worthy; au a partan.
i f should be added to these rations when chicks they often take them throughwet For additional information on poul- LIGHTNING EXPRESS

i grass is not available. grass, where the chicks may be- try ge tin touch with your county A Literary Coterie. ,

; How to Set a Hen and her Care While come chilled and die. Then, too, in agent and state agricultural college. Gubblns. ,who calls his living room ERYJ

I Sitting. most cases there are one or two of Write to the Department of Agri tbe library nut 'is otherwise a good _
i When it is noted that a hen sits on the chicks that are weaker than the culture, Washington, D. C., for the! sort enough brought home a 'nearsighted OIir'..... "-:::' :

the nest for-two or three nights in others, and if the hen is allowed free I Fanners' Bulletins on poultry. They friend to dinner tbe_ other ,o r, r

\ succession, she is ready to be trans- range the weaker ones often get be- are free for the asking. night. A young 1"lIy"Iil1 standing Dear r TODAY

fered vto a nest, ,which' should be prepared hind and out of hearing of the moth- tbe door to welcome tbe guest. ORDER,
: for her beforehand. This nest er's cluck and call. 'In most cases THE WIFE. "Allow me." said r.ubbins." ""to'St'nt pre

. ? should be in a box and composed of this results in the loss and death of you to my daughter.
,Tbe guest Injured but tbe courteous tOMORROW:
straw, hay or chaff for nesting ma- these chicks, due to their becoming Is man the child of sorrow and do inclination ,was directed not toward I iI GET IT

terials. Dust the hen thoroughly every chilled. The loss in young chicks due fictions and distresses pour: their Miss Gubbiut. tint toward another of i : r i
week' with, insect powder while to allowing the hen free range is undoubtedly bitterness into his cup? How are ,his the household treasures. It plaster pillar : ; ;U

she is sitting. In applying the pow large.Chickens trials alleviated, his sighs suppressedand snrmouutwl by st l>o t THAT'S THE WAY WE SHIP *
'der hold the ,hen' by the feet, head frequently have to be his corroding thoughts dissipatedby "No" no." hastily Interposed Gubbins !
No excuses days of when order from us as i
or waiting ,
,, ;. down,. working the powder well into caught and put into their coops dur- a wife of cheerfulness and ,lova.s "to the rixht. imt to tbe I..ft: the one you
: 't the feathers, giving special attention ing sudden storms, as they are apt he overwhelmed by disappointment on the left Is HIlIUt'r."::-Xt'w York Post positively ship the day order:.is received. J

" 't to regions around the vent and under to huddle 'in. some hole' or corner and ,mortified by reproaches? NEVER IN ''YOUR LIFE 2

, ': the wings. The powder should also where they will get chilled or drowned. There is one who can hide her eyes Very Little Difference have you been offered such LOW PRICES; on strictly high p.
t. 1: be. sprinkled into the nest. The nest They must be kept growing con- ven from his faults, and who, like "M *n tatt* auIIV alntagrhalt woman r o"
y .. 4! .:" 100 PROOF STRAIGHT
stir
should be in some' quiet, out-of-the- stantly if the best results are to be her love "without unbraiding. And never ran pu.-rs ... eauphaiued."Wbrurvrt '

,, t ; way place on'the farm, where the sit- obtained ,as they never entirely recover when he is sickened by the subtletiesand litJIM.u 11I:11II.h.. iiIftting*hip In'\\hide'IIlslw&lgrow bisideutiO WHISKEY, ,CORN, OR GIN. Take you? choice. Straight,,

? ting'hen will not be disturbed. Move from the checks in their growth deception of the world-when he IIr h> lii\iu, liu-iu 11ft as the Assorted Packages. 0
; her from the regular laying nest at : ever'for short period. Hens should becomes dissatisfied with himself and
J a case uii> IN.*, i-iuiuf nt<* fxprpsioncornpUt Full Measure Full Proof Qurlity Guaranteed
night- Put a china egg or two in the be left with the chickens as long as all around him, her ,phasant smile, -.,v." GaL
4 Qts. 8 Qts. 12 Qts. GaL2| GaL '3
i nest where she is to sit'and place a they will brood them.. her undissembled tenderness, her artless "Thai i>"'l so iiiurli tif an advantage.;: 0 ,1
), hoard, over the opening, so that she Feeding Young Chickens. simplicity, "restore him to himself be repiiiit.: "A woman ran by puttingon $2.85 S5.40, 57.50 2.70; $4.90, $7.00

f cannot get o$. Toward evening of the Young chickens should be fed from [ and spread serenity and sweet- her ttollll'll'slll"| or leanus, it oft: as EXPRESS PREPAIDWe
t second leave feed and water three to five times daily his mind." tbera* may I'**. mak just II* tuiicti ofa F1
day some dependingupon ness over ri&
1 change in tier npp''inim-e as :i iliaD carry a full line of all kinds of liquors Wit =
,
: and let the hn come off the nest when one's experience in feeding. Un- '
I o 0 Is able to mll\tllli UN with <>without
.: ,,, she is ready. Should she return to .I doubtedly chickens can be grown fas- YOUR ,COLD IS DANGEROUS I the aiil of his \vin-kt-rs. ruilaitrlptiia THE JOSEPH ZAPF.;COMPANY
, :0. 'the nest after feeding, remove the, ter by feeding five times daily than Break It Up Now. Ledger.

t 9 ,' china egg or eggs and,put under her by feeding three times daily, but it A cold is rea4ily catching. A rundown P.,0. BOX 188 620 W. BUY ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA

. i- those that .are to be incubated In should be borne in mind that more [ system is susceptible to germs. Glaciers ;f

f cool weather it is best not to' put harm can be done to the young chickens I You owe it to yourself and to othersof It bas fawn d-nnnMrated that the
i S' more than 10 eggs under a hen, while by overfeeding than by underfeeding your household to fight the germsat glacier dues not mars in one bhn"k. but

: t' t later in the spring to put not more and at no time should they be once. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honeyis flows accommodating it-flf to tbe THE BUSINESS COURSE AT STETSON
it
f than 12 to 15, according to the size of Ted than enough to satisfy their channel in vthirli umtes. Professor K
: more
fine for colds and coughs. It loos- Tyndall planted a row of sticks in a WINTER TERM begins Janwry (. Tititun $1.11 .: -tau.. Individual iiutndiw
\ f1 the b n. If eggs become broken while appetites-and to keep them exercis- ens the mucous, stops the cough and straight line across a glacier and aftera college gradutM nljr. '
i \V. the hen is 'sitting, replace the nest ing-except at the evening or last soothes the lungs. It's guaranteed. few days the tine bail Ixvome a crescent 1. A C..meraal Crane e.bradn c B..kktcpinr, Buiiu|. Arithmetic Gmmerd+la'e
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f .. the eggs, in lukewarm water so as to they will eat. Greater care must be glacier moved faster than tbe sides spemuc. Aadt'Adverfiaing. "
2. Am Advanced Commercial Crane embradnx A.diUBeeUeepin'r ,
J remove all broken-egg material from exercised not to overfeed young There is an untold wealth locked up Just us in a river the stream U-stronger :

7 '' ucm. chicks n'____ that n__ are___ confined_____ __ than.n_____ those in the long winter evenings and odd I In tbe renter. 3. A pedal Banking Crane., | ...
:i .1 Testing the Eggs. that have free range, as leg weaknessis moments ahead of you. A,great op- 4. A Shorthand Crane wbradnc Bee. Ptttmaa Ste .,fp y, T.oei Tna..ritia4nos' .
T Many eggs that are laid are infer- apt to result. portunity confronts you. What, will Ma Knew.It Letter Writing SpeDlng. ;' .! ;
. was nearly midnight. That fellow 5. A MaMfacUrin Cram. ':
tile. this it is advisable The chickens be fed al you do with it? eM
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reason young may tile
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who Is railing on Maude bates to go. ( A Department f Banana Adalniatratieo leading a Pk. B. Decree
; to set several hens at the same time. any time after they are 36 to 48 Maude's .f Liberal Arta. :
% growled Pill ;' Send for eatakf .f Stetaoa Coflere ef Liberal A.rtI. ,BOSIXESS COLLEGE. c.ni!
have been under the hours old. The first feed contain Keep It Handy For Rheumatism.No .
-t After the eggs may "Why. It seems to me the young man Law. 8che.l .f TecluMlon, School of Music School' RB Arts Dameatie Saeact -
\" hen for ,seven days they should be hard-boiled eggs, johnnycake (I dozen use to squirm and wince and Is pretty far gone already" replied School Teaching. Addreaa STETSON UNIVERSITY De1.atd. Florida. :'

tested to see whether they are fertile infertile eggs to 10 pounds of corn try to wear out your rheumatism. It I Maude's mamma ("omplaceutJy.-PhUa-

or infertile. Infertile eggs should meal; add enough milk to make a will wear you out instead. ,Apply delphia Record. .' f, *
t be removed and used at home in cook- I pasty mass, and 1 tablespoonful of some Sloan's Liniment. Need not rub I W. A. BESSENT, Jr. f T F. S. PEDRI

; ing or for omelets, and the fertile baking soda), stale bread, pinhead it in-just let it penetrate all, thru Too True.
eggs should be placed back under the oatmeal or rolled oats. Dry breadcrumbs the affected parts, relieve 'the soreness A critic once wrote of Whistler!: GARAGE: ,
I I FIREPROOF
: ,hen. In this,way it is possible to put or rolled oats may be mixed and draw the pain. You ,get size.portrait''of Carlyle that it was not life

r. all the eggs that threo hens originally I with hard boiled eggs, making about ease at once and feel so much better 4( 'o"' '
the artist's "few
Started to sit on under the two hens one-fourth of the mixture eggs. Feed,I you want to go right out and tell tte men are.was" comment; ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND:GASOLINE

and reset the other hen again. A the bread crumbs, rolled oats or the' other sufferers about Sloan's. Get a I

good homemade egg'tester or candler johnnycake mixtures .five times daily bottle of Sloan's Liniment for 25 ; Niver Did. ENGINE WORK.

... can be made 'from a large shoo box, for the first week, then gradually sub- cents of any druggist and have it 'in "WhIle TOO were standing ,la the

or any box that is large enough to got stitute for one of two feeds of the the hOuSe-against colds, sore and doorway telling the sweet young thinj WORK: GUARANTEED:

over a lamp, by removing an end and mixture finely cracked grains of: swollen joints, lumbago, sciatica and goodnight did it ever dawn upon you"-
f eutting hole a little'larger than the equal parts of cracked'wheat; crackled like ailments.. Your money back if -011. DO' : 1 cover stayed that lata.'Ja. ."-. PHONE '103 i i! STARKE.Fi; *

sixe of a quarter in the bottom of the corn and pinhead oatmeal or bullied not satisfied, but it does give almost "

)fcac, so thtt when it U set over a oats,,'to,- which about'5 per cent of instant; relief. Buy a bottle today. (1))} CORNER WALBUT AND UAOISOS STREETS r,
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.................... ,. ._ Malay Superstitions.

::. 1 BUY- -' DIRECT ;FROM THE LARGEST WHOLESALE HOUSE IN",THE SOUTH-CAPITAL $200,000.00I t survive A Malay the child perils bps! cl, to hU Le birth sturdy and to

; babyhood. Only lron"col15t1ttitiocould
an ; .
,bear the baits :ot rice that are

I stuffed into his moutli'ur tbe cold Lath ,

: HOLIDA Y OFFERINGS whicb'-greets ,him immediately'en' bisppearauce

in the world.: Bit It Is not

bat a Malay moth r'ls indifferent to

the physical welfare sf: .her .offspring. t

; ; FlRSJ'-Wlien order from Blum get just what want and at i When her child falls'HI no one colild 3
j SAFETY you you you be> more solicitous. The house and tbe

: village are ransacked to find the cause k

1 v the right price. WE POSITIVELY Y GUARANTEE, OUR GOODS TO GIVE ENTIRE (if the sickness. If it is suspected to.

r i be in. the. interior of: the house tbe -

a'-3' f SATISFACTION OR REFUND YOUR MONEY. : : :. : : ed.services After of concentrating a native dot-tor: 1 are'rnotights! obtain: .: : .


"".. ,, ,, '. . . ." upon .the pit of'hi stoincli for a r_ -4
. ; ; ; 4'"3>$>$>$$>.M.M $M>$* x, x$< MA44- . "" "" '" time he will probably'call rot c. 'Yemale
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; ., : i cocoannt: TaldnR then 'It knife e
OUR SPECIAL BIG XMAS ASSORTMENT BOTTLED IN BOND r
"BLENDS of a peculiar shnjv. b<> mutters inrantations 44
!! ?;;3 PBESS PREPAID.. 4' Qts 8 Qts 12 Qts i. -EXPRESS PREPAID. 4Qts 8Qts 12Qts .in a forgotten tim.srne. and 'j-n>-

;Y1;+ 'jjfcoet, _____________'___ $2, 0 $4.75 '$7.00 : :Four bottles are packed in nice Willow Basket that : Three; FriendsBlum's -------------- $3.50 $6.25 $10.oo i ceeds to share the! nut. I If' the i iwr. nit I _

#t f-gfcridan Club __________ 2.75 5.50 8.00 .. is useful in many ways the year 'round. The price Monogram -:----.----- 4.00 7.75 11.00 who has bevrltcbwl! t! e rhiKl'I living s yIn
____ 3.00 5.75 8.00 Sunny Brook ----------.----= 5.00 9.00 13.00 the house be rvll 'aTriks: the a
}fDXXXX __._______ next
-if. *mi 9.00 for the quality of goods is certainly low. Old Jordan' ________________ 5.00 9.00 13.00 ulL'JI.IIJ
with
3.20 6.40 morning a !': as the'locoanut
Glen ________.____.__ : ; .,
'gyiYn 3.50 7.0p 10.50. Bond & Lillard ___-.____.____ 5.00 9.00 13.00 i itself.! ,
1'i :?Flowers of Kentucky .___-_--
Itaray's Red Label _______ 4.00 7.75 11.00 ,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,. : Old Me. BrayerFleischmans' ------------- 5.00 9.00, 13.00 : '
V + t 11 ttt +1 VU111U The Long Arpi "
.__ 4.00 7.75 11.00 i Rye ----------- 5.00 9.00 13.00 Coincidence.
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.Shim's :Monogram r t-
.r i : 12.00 1 \ h l G41 Old Quaker Straight Whiskey__ 5.004Qts 9.00S.Qts 13.00 i Lady Mncd' ntli fii h'r reminiscences :l
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i *L 1ris."66""STRAIGHT__________.._____; 5.00 9.00 : tl \. \ : tells of a i-uriitiis "incident! which occurred -

-! :F OJd,92---------------:. 6.00 [11.00,, 15.00 : \ t '\."\\\ Ili\'\ : GINS'' 12Qts t thirty:iiI' hwrs 'after leaving

t 4 WHISKIES \\ \ EXPRESS PREPAID. i Southampton", A huge; bird perched a
4 Qts I 8 Qts J2 Qts x ., : Easy Money Tom Gin -------- 2.50 4.75 7.00 itself on the saiamii of the mainmast. t

N : .;.EP1I.-. 2.50 4.75 7.00, $; Swan Gin (Type) -----i------ -2.50 1 4.75 7.00! a .sailor wont Ul'; and caught It ''and
.: S1t Can 1'-- 8.50 t June Bug Gin : 1. 2.75 5.50 8.00 I brought it ,lawn. mill it proved,. to.be a 1.
5.75
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;j ,ye'iea'Malt. ________; t brown owl:
11 3.00 6.00 8.50 N Sup'r Gin (Holl. Type) 100 pf. 3.00 5.75 8.00 '
f! 'IndB,100 .Proof ------ B AT > am superstitious about! owls. says .

;:=j Blum's'MonogramMonticello ---------- 4.00 7.75 11.00 BRANDIES-EXPRESS PREPAID. Lady 1:1l'dlllt'lI.u: was very depressed '

hi v< ', ___________r__ 5.00 9.00 12.00 o .. A Good Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 GaL or 4 Qts $2.50 especially ii!& I bad left my favorite -

:: "Old Ripley; 14 Years Old ----- \ 6.00 11.00 15.00 I s ? Y I I: A Splendid Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 Gal or 4 Qts '3.00 i sister iL. The sailors tied '1\

;r :I II '1 z Straight,100 Proof Peach or 'Brandy, 1 Gallon string round the |>oor. fazed creature:> 3

i CORNEXPRESSPREPAID.WHISKIES 12 Qts f or 4 Quarts 4.00 leg and were rather ill! treating it, so I '_'
4 Qts 8 Qts I ------------------------ --
i 4 1 : j offered them 2 shillings for the bird.

} ; :Cabin Corn ,_______.._______ 2.50 4.75 7.00 ti RUM-EXPRESS PREPAID. which they ae epted.i rtd I then let it: a

i Black and Blue Corn _______. 3.00 5.75 8.00 i : 1 Gallon or 4'Quarts New England Rum -------- $2.50 .i out of my porthole. The captain told

: ; i Blum 100 Proof Corn ______ 3.00 5.75 8.00 i 1 Gal. or 4 Qts.; Best'100 Proof New England Rum 3.00 me that they often caught even smaller -

a j{ pure'N. C./Style: (White) ___ 3.00 5.75 8.00 i. 1 Gallon or 4 Quarts Jamacia Type -_____________ 3.00 birds on the mast, especially when ...
i{ Corn 3.50 6.75 10.00 c Imported Rums. the wind was blowing off the land. 47
Harvest -------- r
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: : '' St. Croix; Per Bottle ________________n________ $1.50 On arriving at Lisbon we received a
i ,; 1 WINE LIST. telegram to say that thirty-six hours
""- Key Rum, Per Bottle .. 1.50
is not w 'w -----------------------
! Our stock of Domestic and Imported Wines i after lI'h>i'ariHp my sister had pass- k
1 Gallon of Best Imported Jamacia Rum 5.00
, IIKM.f 1 equalled by any house in the South. We prepay the ex 1 Quart Indian Bill 100 Percent. Whiskey..__ $ .75 '0 --------- ed away and also Lady Macdonell, the

press charges 'on four or more bottles of 'any one kind or. 'f IMPORTED WINES-EXPRESS PREPAID. wife of Csneral Sir A. Macdonell, my '
suit the purchaser. 1 Quart Black and Blue Corn -------------- .75 4 Bottles 8 Bottles 12 Bottles' brother-in-law. It was. a strange coin- w
will to ,
assort
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l 1 5 e CALIFORNIA WINES IN BOTTLES. 1 Quart Fine Apricot COrdial.______________ .7a. : Don Carlos Port ____________ $4.00 I| $7.75 $11.00 1 cidence." 5- !

al''i; Best California Port, Sherry Tokay, Angelica, Catawba 1 Quart Fine Port Wine ________________ .75 I Famoso Sherry ----------- 3.50 I ?;00 10.50 Offered HimShelter., / S

Take choice straight or assorted: Don Carlos Sherry ---------- 4.00 7.75 11.00
Claret : characteristics of old
?! tg Type or your I "One of the my j

; .4 Bottles, $%.50. 8 Bottles $4.75 12 Bottles, $7.00 i: $3.00 Amontatillado ------...._--- 6.00 11.75 17.00 comrade, 'Amos Stillmsn.. was bravery.

$ Best California Port, Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba Q Best Imported Port or Sherry, $5.00 Per Gallon. in actual fighting service," said the old
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' (OhiOt The), Claret 'or Riesling. Take your choice, Packed in Willow Basket Express PrepaidThis BEST CALIFORNIA BULK WINES-Express Prepaid.Pure soldier. "Another characteristic was a

assorted California Port Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba: sense of humor which; stood him in
straight :
or ,
': tBottles: ;i $3.00 8 Bottles, $5.75 12 Bottles, $8.50 is,a-big value and selling fast If you want 1 Gallon, $2.25; 2 Gallons, $4.00; 3 Gallons, $5.50. I good stead even in the face of danger, : (t

&trf* : t If yon do not see your particular wine listed write us : one, send your order at once. Our supply is limited, : Pure California Claret 1 Gallon $1.25; 2 Gallons, $2.00; : and ety of contributed his comrades.not .& little to the' gay.' I

first come, first served. 3 Gallons, $2.75.. .
for ft. We have It. ; ,
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[ under the Confederate fire our corporal -
; ORDER EARLY and'avoid the Christmas rush., We are ready to supply your wants, no matter how small : who was over six feet high and

I or large: No delay, you receive your order by first express scarcely bigger around than a gun bar- ?;
: rel, became excited! tfs: the eneml's.bpI

i lets plowed up the earth! about him. Fi

i. f' ,::738 to 742 CHARLE' BLUM i COMPANY Long Distance "What kind of I place Is this.to f

W. Bay St Phone''188 keep lutely a without'man in?proteftionr he demanded'Abso- ,+

u : Established 30 Years Ago: Postoffice Box 584 Jacksonville, FloridaDiSCOVERYMAY T "He bad no more than spoken when .

'II l ..... ...................................... ..................,.... ................................... ............ the Private ground.'Here Stillmari. stuck_4'-his ramrod= in t i

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ecrporal;;said hl'. 'get be- t; }1

A warning goes out that the creamery NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED I I ++++11111111111111+ ++*++ hind this-dew Yerk Globe.. -. : >,:.
I J. UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER i
I promoter is again abroad in the 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. COFFINS, CASKETSAnd I I' '.,
and, his being now to catch Notice is hereby given that E. E. Canova/. + SEABOARD TIME TABLE. + Thackeray as a Lecturer. I 1
purpose
1 purchaser of tax certificate No. 63. dated the a mil Lisa of i iUndertaken' Thackeray did enjoy'giving i
1 farmers, while. they. are dissatisfied eta day of June A. D. 1910. hu filed said + ----- + notfilways o
Supplies to have
lectures, and there seems !
'f c SAVEMILUONSiJ"t pith cotton and get them to buy the certificate in my office and bas made application + (The following schedule is .
I 1 5 for tax deed to issue in accordance been a curious difference in his manner ).
Ji.!< \ creamery outfits whether they W with law. Said certificate embraeea the following Always on hand. The best service + ,now, in effect: + of delivering them. .In one town a, =

t"i'gj; :; :: needed or not. We need more creameries I ford county.described Florida.property to-wit lituated: in Brad- at the lowest price. 3pedal + No. 3, .Jacksonville to Tampa + member of the audience After admit t 3

fin million dollars at least will.be in the South-there is, no doubt east Southwest half of quarter northwest of quarter northeast and quarter northeast and attention to Telegraph Orders, + due at Starke 11:02 A. M. ing Thackeray's cW! and telling'delivery '"

SI s. ved annually; to the citrus fruit in- about that-but farmerS should be quarter of southwest quarter and west half of + No. 1, Jacksonville to Tam- + declared that in sipression! he was

through the discovery. ;made'by careful to go into; such enterprises only six southeast south quarter range twenty-two of section east five. ,containing township Registered = .Embalmer I pa,.dae at Starke 11:14 P. M. + like of grief.nothing" Yet.so.one muctt -
c1ahsrles E.'Burke of;the Uriverdty ,of where ,cows are thick enough to 24 The> acres.said land being Assessed at the date of + No.. 15, Jacksonville to, Cedar + subsequent lecture found him "a radiant -

!Calif ornia, dep'rtment .of chemistry, make a creamery pay. By all means the issuance of such certificate in the name DeWiTT C JONES I + Key, due at Starke 4:49 + smiling.-: buoyant personality. ,
see if this desirable condition existsin of A. H. Green. Unless said certificate shall +. P. M. +. he wrote to Mr&. Fan-
farninshing inexpensive Succesncto G. C From Edinburgh
1 an process be redeemed according to law, tax'deed will Livingston&Co. :
'preserVing 'of 'orange lemon your neighborhood but be sure to issue thereon on the 28th day of December, + No. 4, Tampa to Jackson- + shawe: "The lectures have been a suc
,f i:th* ;
i* I I Starke Fla
A. D. 1914. I ,
. tf- and;; ,lime juices I' get your State Department of Agriculture Witness my official signature and seal this Iii IiiSEEDS' + ville, due at Starke 3:49 P. M. +I iNo cess. I was'famously hissed for speak-

'f' to say it does exist before you the 23rd, day of November. A. D. 1914. + 2, Tampa to. Jackson- + ing disrespectfully of Mary, queen of
; :Dr. Burke has succeeded, after exhaustive W. T. WEEKS : Scots but it was good :fun and made '
extending invest a dollar in a creamery outfit.-. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County. Fla. 4' pvffle, due at Starke 4:54 A. M. +
4 experimentation .- I the evening more amyslng. I am to]repeat -
The Seal 11.27StMASTER'S 4
Progressive Farmer. ( ) +
No.
14 Cedar
to Jack- +
Key
'l over two years m 'perfecting a pro- the lecture here; and so for reading -

the fluids of citrus fruits SALE. + sonville, due,, at Starke 9:21 + out of n book for sixteen hours shall X
' ;\: ,cess whereby wholesome By thetime'a man is married his I Notice is hereby given that under and by + A.M. + get 500.London Mall, .
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are' retained as pure and virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure -
character is formed and he changes I made and rendered the 28th day of No- + +
We all the
..J. as when first drawn from these fruits. little. His mother has made him vember A. D. 1914. by the judge of the cir carry leading varieties + foretaste. **" .
,, Starke
very ; and Wannee Branch + 4
_ He alcoholic base hiib cuit court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of of Farm, Field and Gar-
uses no s pro- and no matter how hard she tries, Florida, in chancery in favor of J. B. White- + -----. The first attempt nt scientific fore- J
. : cess"being' chemical and mechanical there is little that his wife head and W. M. Bedding, complainants and den seed that have been tested + No. casting of the w ath 101 leaves
very can Starke 6:45 'P ;
against J. F. White and F. B. Noble as trustee and known to be adapted to this .
:sfiltratiori which extracts all solid maN of a storm which during the Crimean
do toward altering him. defendants. the undersigned will offer for + A.M. + !
ter;leaving the juice pure and really sale at the White Mill four miles northwestof I' soil and climate. We can fill i war, ,No,". 14. IS:>. Almost destroyedthe
: the hours of + No. 104 arrives
Lawtey. Florida during legal at Starke +
:: :-c dearer.than.when first squeezed from Severe Head Pains sale on Monday. January 4th 1915, to the your order immediately for new + 2:45 P. M. fleets of France :u(1 England. As a
, < highest and best bidder for cash the following I' crop of all varieties of + storm had raged several 1 days earlier in +
thermit Caused By CatarrhCured described personal property situated in I' Bermuda Onion Seed, Onion .+ France. Vaillant, the French 'minister 1
the of Bradford, state of Florida, to-
r i county
pro Burke points out that as citrus By Peruna Sets Turnip Seed, Florida Limited TrainsNo. + of'war. directed that investigations: be 4;

i growers raise the lemon fonts, juices, witOne sawmill outfit complete located in the + + made to see if the twO;storms were the. ,l
southeast corner of section five (5), township Grown Seed Rye, Seed Oats,
'. the extraction'of the stages of Jacksonville same and if the progress: ; of the disturbances ;
!, early 9
five ((5) south of range twenty-two (22) east Seed Barley, Vetch, Rape, I- to Tampa +
i the would and eight (8). head of oxen. #, could have been fore'old. It .
of the fruit due
handling mean at
Starke
i 12:51 P. M. +
( I Feel It JOE, HILL WILLIAMS. I talian Rye Grass for winter was demonstrated that the two were ia '.
. ta immediate saving in the handling Special Master.J. + No. 10, Tampa to Jackson + '
lawns
p.t. C. POPPELL. flower bulbs for fall reality wie storm and hat its path tit
t' ,$;Of .the product as the cost of freight I a Duty to Solicitor for complainants. planting and + ville, due at Starke 6:10 P. M. + could have been asceJ-tsiued: and the J.(;

;' i':; boa pulp, and the cost of picking, cull- 12-4-51. NATAL GRASS SEED + T. J. Griffin, Agent. + fleet forewarned in ample l time to reuch

: |1ng and curing in sweet rooms is limrinated. Mankindto SHERIFF'S SALE. Complete stock of garden and safety .
Notice is hereby given that I. S. B. Denmark .H f
...+.
: The juices, could be bottled Sheriff of Bradford county Florida under -' field seeds, poultry feed, and .IIII.Mllllllt..4'NOTICE ++ 1"i
Let All Sheffield Silve; mithl.
and by virtue of that certain writ of ex-
handy and size bottles and *
: ani compact r ecution issued out of and under the seal of supplies, incubators, etc. Write TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. Among the silver masters: of Shef .

: '"xshipped everywhere. .. I Know"ofit the[ circuit against court E. H.of Douglass Bradford and county in favor, florida of- for our fall catalog and weekly legatees Notice, distributees is hereby given that all creditors field England it is ratter an established 'A'Jt

!. a I toiMeDt on and dated December 2. 1914 will offer for S. Wheeler late of Bradford County, of : is
Z; adlinE of citrus fruits, according My Cure. sale and will sell to the highest and best bid- Oldest established and largest I deceased, are hereby required to present Florida.the families. It more the 1
'
.:"Burke; ,' comes from over-produc- der therefor for cash at the court house door seed house in Florida.\ same duly authenticated to the undersigned rule than otherwise that :i father work. ,
Peruna in the town of Starke. Bradford county, Florida -I will be held in bar thereto and all persons in- ing in the silver trade:will apprentice -JI
t tippbullingbursting and the failure on Monday, the 4th day of January,'1915 will be held in bar hereto and all persons in- > .
tlrarket before the fruit becomes the same being legal sale day of said court, E. A. Martin Seed Co. debted to said estate are required to pay their his children to that trade QS; they arriveat
'A, Did It.Mr. during the legal hours of sale the following said debts to the administrator forthwith. working age.-Excbatng 4tCensolati
,) gips:: Through the practical ap. described real estate situated in Bradford D. W. MANNING
< -- aunty Florida, to-wit: r o. ole, East Bay St., Administrator of the estate of D. S. Wheeler.
)?tW
l 1 kstion. of the 'new process the orjuice : JI Southwest quarter of southeast quarter and .. deee8lled.I ; -r
northeast quarter of southeast quarter of section Jacksonville Florida I '
I Y could be popularized as an ten and west half of the west half of ...... "Pa, boohooed the cfastlsed son. "ifI
, t'e: beverage, cheaper: than w. H. Chaney R. P. D. 2.Suthertln. south west quarter of section eleven (11), all .. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED had let Willie Slinmc.'jd lick me In- ; f
; PittaylvaaU Co.' Va. in township six (6)), range eighteen (18), one UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER stead tf! me licking bin would you've
. \'': ''..'''' JUlee. writes: "For the past twelve monthsI hundred and twenty (120) acres, more or less. .I I 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. "
; ,tiiBtpoaed to'every test such as in'I3 have been a sufferer from catarrhof S. B. DENMARK Sick Headache. Notice is hereby given that G. W. Alderman whipped me just the same? by
.' the head. Since taking four bottles Sheri1f./Bradford county, Fla. purchaser of tax certificate No. 41. dated "Yes. but remember that in such a
f ,;cold storage and sun heat of your Peruna I feel like a A.PlaiDti Z. ADKDJS.:'. attorney. Sich headache is nearly always the lit day of July A J).. 191%. has filed case you would be getting two lickings '
said certificate in
I e. juice, prepared according to different person altogether. The severe 12-4-61. c caused by a disordered stomach. Correct plication for tax deed my office to issue and in baa accordance made ap In place of one.Judge.The. :,
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i I3nrke'a.formula, has retained its pains la my head have disappeared them and the periodic.attacks of with law. Said certificate embraces the fol- <
A ,TEST FOR LIVER COMPLAINT lowing described property situated in Brad !t
. '.;. !nal flavor and has been 'pro- and my entire system baa sick; headache will disappear. Mrs. ford county. Florida, ta-lrit: New Woman. -
-', horticultural' been greatly. strengthened.. J Jno. Bishop, of Roseville, Ohio, writes Lot. 4 and 6 of blows IS in Newsom's ad- Mrs. Knicker-Are yoa gt)ing to take ;
,'.. -perfect by ex- This la my first testimonial to the Mentally Unhappy-Physically Dull dition to Lake Butler. Ikction aD, Township in business ? aF .
a course a college
"About I troubled
curative qualities of a year ago was 5, south range 20 east /
'""'"" medicine. I feel any patent The liver, sluggish and inactive, rith indigestion and had sick headache The said land being attested at the date of .)Irs. Docker-. I want to find out i"
: 1'e' XOOO,000 It a duty to man-
annual citrus fruit first shows itself in mental state- the issuance of such certificate in the name how to get more out of Jack.-
kind to let them a money;
'l! of know of, Peruna.In that lasted for two or three days of Unknown.Unless said certificate shall be
0" California is wasted each year toy estimation It Is the greatest unhappy and critical Never is there time. I doctored and tried redeemed according to law, tax deed will issue Judge. .; ; .
'}.- five. to twenty per cent through i medicine on earth for catarrh.! joy in living, as when stomach and at a a D. 1914.thereon on the 14th ay of December A. ", i I
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number of remedies but nothing helped -
:Q We have thousands of testimonials An Income T, x. ,
processes of handling.Ths liver doing their work. Keep Witness my official signature and seal this
are
,. : representing millions of like Mr. Chaney.. Some of them your me until during one of these sick the 11th day of November. A. D. 1914. "Every time I come hems late." said "
dollars
; : were cured after years of suffering liver active and healthy by using' Dr.King's spells a friend advised me to take W. T. WEEKS Jones "I have to give bay rife a dol k
greater of which Clerk Circuit Court Bradford Co'unty
:4 could ,
; part be and Fla.
disappointment In
New Life
Pills
r hied under finding a ; they empty Chamberlain's: Tablets. This medicine By R. A. WEEKS, lar." .{ I R
/ the' application of Dr. remedy. the bowels freely, tone up your stomach relieved in short time." For IMS-fit. Deputy Clerk. "I suppose that Is rourln: ome tax?" '
/f Earke's new Send for free copy of "His of We." me a '
: process. The Peruna COL, Columbus. Ohio. I cure your constipation and purify sale by all dealers. gins OM lena, Otter Ittedlts Inl Cin Mid his friend. i.c ,- .

=t: :Read the Te1errapHl.50 ; ThoM who object to liquid m dieines the blood. 25c at all druggists.Bucklen's The worst cases no matter of bow long standing 5; i
a year arc cured by tin wonderful, old reliable Dr. Security is mortal' clkfest enem1.
can,now procure Ptrun Tab Arnica Salve excellent for 'real I OfiHdUJ2ala.L; atn pang .
Nr'-.t. Ortt-'cI' jay'' 11Pa.. UU. Porter's Antiseptic Healing OiL It relieve -Macbeth. ; ;; ;.. ; f ti i'THE .
! : '. tliles. (1) Read the Telegraph-$1X0 a year. Fain aU Bcala at the seine time, 25c,Me,'LOO, .
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t ',TIIB.BRADFORD COIJNTY7'TlLEGRAPH. ., T
_, FRIDAY
11:
: 1t Decem6
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:a{ 'r'vis r Zada. Dubose as asistant f. -- --
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I ;,: 1 ; I' .,. J. L. Brown 'N.H. Stokes, and A.
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is 1, > H. Williams motored over to Starke I
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nfl- Monday in Mr Brown's auto/ I ; k.YTflIN.
; .Saleo. Mer- hct

; ). S; x : t ucion. : Dowling Prof. H.school I* Goff, visited, who is here.teaching with the his _

t : : irt brother Prof. R. B. Goff, 'last 'Sat
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; chandiseThe urday.
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.. -:"t... ..;r .. }. I Elder F. 1,..Price, of Istachata,'began t s ,, h .
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I a series of revival meetings at
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';..' .: ,!, the, Midway church: of Christ on, last J a
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" ;' ', < ', :Worthington Springs, Dee. 15th, 2P.M.l Saturday night. He will continue-

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Yi ." ,'. .. .I'. the'services over. next Lord's day. I
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.[ ,. ': '\ < WATEROAK. ', '
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: i Re\(. G. R, Larramore filled his ; :
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:' / .entire Stock of Merchandise ., .
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'<' I i regular appointment, here, Saturdayand .:..: :

. i ,t. .1."} ,and. Futures of ROBERTS. &. AN- Sunday.Mr. .

,. '. 1. ,.. ," II J.. G.. Crews and wife motored
J' 1 DREWS must be sold at once ID over in our ,midst Sunday. ,J. G. is

: : t. ') : ',. *? "" '.,:' the latest to own a new Ford. Santa Claus Has Arrived at ShrivJ;
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k.. : ,- =, Balk" tJThis will be a good pppor- .,.,. ... CoL .A. S. Crews ,and wife were
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It. ; taoity for merchants to provide for :.. visiting with us Sunday. R-"
i' < :Mrs. J. E.. Black made a visit to We in ;
'''., ". < i : are now our new store and we have on

'; ',' \ : extra holiday business. Terms Cash _:.:.. Starke Monday. I
Crews Wainright to Bel- play of the bestChritmas'stocks 4 ',
was over 1 one
we *
: ever.
I ; more Sunday..

: : : The weddings bells are ringing We have ,presents for Father, Mother,f Brother


t[ 7 : again.Mr. Dorscy :Adams and Miss Flora Sister, also for the other fellow's sister. Bring [- "

; FRED B. NOBLE Attorney ence Box were married Saturday, Rev.

-', ." .. tj. .. G.! R .Larramore officiating.Say children to see Good Old Santa."" He. has a lot1;

w ,Trustee in Bankruptcy ... Jacksonville Florida to show that you have not .
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f: J t.i .: forgotten the loved ones that are in pretties to show them. i
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the silent graveyard meet us at Evergreen '
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Il '", ,'.-\:- cemetery on Thursday De- We have ;' .'
-' of the
# now nicest
one in
rl ; cember 17, 1914, to, clear off the stores Bradf

11!r ','. ,_ f. 4 ,tJ LAWJEY, Mr. Wright, of Hugh, a very fine graves and to set out trees and County. Our'display and decorations are pry-;z,

'I... horse. No need of the girls walking shrubbery. very

,1t': a J t : The death of MrS.; 'Jessie Howell I now Again we are having refreshing J """' '
: When
our'
; : I .. .,. "'..;ll--f'\0 range b mg,. S. C., which occur Mr. Tnt Wilkinson and Mr. Joe Austin showers. .are you coming to see all Xmas disC :

I :, .' '..".; ', 1r.redt.la,t Saturday'night at the home and Miss Alice Prescott and Mrs. Mrs. Alice Langford is moving to and Old Santa? Remember that have < ...
" & Gertie Wilkinson visiting Lake Butler. we one of
i.I f-Jflf her sister, Dr. and Mrs. G. W. were near .

I IY 1. / . 'j#t :.:, Brown, where.she, has befcn in" bad Hugh Sunday afternoon. James Mott, who has been ill for best. stocks that in "
.t 1 # r ever was Brooker. If:
; F _'.,. -av 'health for the, past two mouths and Mr.- and Mrs. H. B. Hudson were some time, is improving. He was you are 1
.
A }1" .. i! ',whfle 'death. .was'not ,unexpected it visitors to Mr. Lewis Carter Sunday. visiting his mother SundaYr ing for anything SHRIVER'S '<
to he
i I ,\ '\& was a sad blow to her relatives and Mrs. Josephine Crews was a pleas Mr. and Mrs. M: D. Carter made a go has whatwant y:<

:. ant visitor at Mr. James Strickland hurry trip to Jacksonville one day.of
.; friends, -Who are.left to mourn her and at the '
\W: i \''departure> the great.beyond.. The Sunday afternoon. Fannie Dohn who is sick there. Ware < right price: ( f:

c, Mf "' .body,was taken to Orangeburg, S. CM Mrs. H. J. Taylor is on the sick list glad to hear that she is improv- x

J .* .*for''interment this week. We hope for. her a speedy ing and will soon be home again. We' have also added a big line of Furniture

.: :,,:. Mr, and Mrs. C. J. Teare and Mr. recovery. Don't forget Morris at Wateroak .

; ..c: ,aDdJrlis' ., W. H. Parker returned to Rev. James Strickland is ceiling his store., marked the prices very low.. I

:x,, ..:: "\\their' homes here last week, after house, which adds much comfort and Mrs. Lewis Clemons is on the sick J

f ..< :, spending the summer" in Chicago and beauty to his home.Mr. list. First of January will sale :

is ,V 'different'other, places of interest in i Dunk Mosely and wife, of The young folks enjoyed a candy we put on a to clean. .

;I e c,:.'" the northern stateS. Starke, were pleasant visitors at Mr stew at the home of Mr. Drew Red our fall 'stock before buy line

.>: a., Miss.Marguerite Zorb, of ,JacksOn. James Byrd's'Frida) and Saturday.Mrs. dish Friday night, in honor of Miss we our spring

,"' > guest last Lillian Wilkinson was visitingat Ruth Malphurs. "
.tiller-was the, Sunday of
):. Mice Eliza Blanchard. Mrs. Eliza Taylor Sunday.BROOKER. NOTICE. emember_ Old Santa will be glad tq meet allchildren

<. Mr. J.B.;_Dye, of Jacksonville was In circuit court. Bradford county.. Florida. .
also the
old
r'' a Business" visitor. : to Lawtey last Sun. In chancery. folks. T
.. In the matter'of'the re-establishing of a w .
: ? .....). t / deed from J. W. Keene and Leona Keene to -
''si Mr. A. A. Hazen made a business Annie Keene.
( .
Dr.- Adams Christmas
: was on'a professional Merry to all.
To all persons interested:
trip to Jacksonville this week.
,
-:: .. visit to ,.Lawtey'last Sunday.Mesars. You are hereby notified that a petition was ,
i.i :' .. .; ..M. Dowling and Smith The Brooker Literary Society met filed in laid circuit court-by Annie Elixson
and a S. Elixdon. her husband, whereby they
1 :." CrewB,' of'Starke; were transacting_ I on last Friday night rendering one ofthe' alleged thm ton theday ofA.. D. 1809,
'
l '. .bosuiAss.in Lawtey last Friday. best programs yet. J..W. Keene_and_Leona Keene. .executed an d.
The 'Brooker school continues ere uveR] a warraD'IJ' ueea 10 AnDle nacre SHRlVER'i
t f.; ', ,. .Judge" and'Mrs. Geo. 1.., Cell, of to now Annie Eliuon. conveying the west half .n j
t \ progress nicely. Brooker congratulates of southeast quarter of southwest quarter, in Brooker .
. '; Atlanta, Ga,'are'1 guests at'the home section twenty-three, township five FloricThe
range
, }t \ + of,'lIr. :utd Mrs..H.. D." Randall* in herself upon, having one of the eighteen containing twenty acres, more or ,
df best schools in her history. Every- lees in Bradford county. Fonda, that Annie
.. East'Lawtey, Mrs. 'Randall being Elixson then Anni Keene. delivered said deed
i<,i'l: ;their. daughter., >> body knows it and talks it. The indication to J..J. Keene. her father for safekeeping.
.. is that we will have a junior that 1. 3. Keene died during January 1914:
!t1:.' J" : ,,-Mrs< Q. ,L. Thomas, was a. visitor that said deed has been lost without knowledge
lF u1 t ,to Starke last Friday. high school next year. We have the upon their part; that a copy thereof f

1[;:'-'and Mrs.'H.A. material and if we get the proper co attached to said petition Is a true copy t hey Studebaker is Car of
Bradley i ithem
;
4;, .: spent, operation" of: that 3. W. Keene, Leona Keene a Distinguii
:> ,last Stday.in'Jacks; nville. of officials we will go on beth Keene and L. L. Witt and such
rtf ,
the junior list. boners are the only persons known to
k=: '](,r.Il.L'Sapp"wa .business visitor who are interested for or against the reestablishment T
iii:'; 'to' Stake Monday The M,>ion's lodge met last Sataurday' of said deed and they pray that J.-
"' lo inch copy Of said deed be re-established U and .
elect officers. The writer
; Mr.!Henry Bennett was transact for the original thereof; that Elizabeth Individuality. .
I .3 ',ting' business in_-Jacksonville Monday cannot repOrt the result of the election Keene Is now residing upon said land; that : :.
y'\ ; as he has had the J. W. Keene and Leona Keene executed a f
\,;;,.;. and.Tuesday., .,." r never opportunity mortgage covering said land November 26. t
15.. The; services which hare jjeen 'going to "ride the goat. 913 Each, to L. L, Witt without authority. A car of impressive appearance! and superb operative $9$ for a full sized, roomy, four-cylinder .:
of further
< you are notified to
The appear
W. 0. W.
,. also elected '
& .9 \;here in the gospel tent for: officersF said circuit court, aforesaid at Starke qualities. :f'
};>, past three monthi'toderthe lead- on Friday night Cannot tell on the first day of February A. O. A car to take precedence in any automobile assemb car and $1385.for_ a big,"powerful 1 "Sif'-*
P I 815. then and there to show cause, if any you :
,' 4.inhi of Evai1geU t1>a id JL:Bacon,' ,am not a "chopper. have, why such copy of said deed should not lage. c ," prices for' just good" cars-They ann.
i t Mr/ G. W. Shaw has just returned be re-established. You .r .
to instinctively think of the Studebaker
rime close last as a car
a Sunday nlghfrand '
Witness the Honorable I... T. Wills, Judge :r: phenomenal prietfe when Late back of
> from ; they j
}:. the a trip to the Everglades. Mr. W.'T. Weeks, of quality ,
:tent was taken down.Monday and Clerk and the seal of said circuit super -_',' -
-t'.. .. Shaw,is quite court this the 9th day of December, A. Studebaker and the strength asd jS
J an explorer, You qualify
';' \ .lahipped'toMiami,.'where"JBroBacon: spending D. 1914. compare it not with cars of Its own price class, ', ;

,. (: 1' will hold' a'Series.of meetings;in.the i'5 "years in Alaska, possibly visitingas Seal W. T .WEEKS. but with cars costing $500 to $1000 more \oj' .; actor of the Stu4ebaker organization..
) "
J .7'. nearfuture.' :, 1 .Whl'leRe'Baeon. ;goesythe'naine ;..many. places as dry other living A. Z. ADKINS. Clerk CTrrait Court.' C Often you pauze in amazement when you try to ., !:-" ,
.-...... Attorney for Petitioner '
reconcile Studebaker quality and Studebaker And there is one
of.Quaker:Preacher, 2-11-41.. only thing that makes them j jble
.......... < ,/. NMeas Mr. Shaw will take charge of the prices. I
;, preacher'n "Studebakermanufacturing methods.1
.rely.sense : :
\ NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S
farming interest of his SALE.
brother
Prof.
'? .ot cord";and,_believes. inhewingc Thirty days after date hereof. I win aply -
., : ,. ':'1U1.L.'II.: w ...=.' ..::. .'' w.did*in'v A. B. Shaw, who directs his energy totie p to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county Studebaker Price ""

lj, : d, t: }h.r, ) ,sermon,-and'irt><)t t:wee.brought kch work for a wihlc. der judge to of sell Bradford at private county sale Florida the following for an described or FOUR: Roadster -S981 'J;;'Applying Fall flnatiD* rear Afl arts StSMJer WE* ,

.". I't the'fuD,'L.:.owlelieipf''the 'The farmers of Brooker are talk- lands situate in Bradford county Florida FOUR Touring Car 985 J W. Mews d & S '. bearing*-Electric *Urla
)....,.' :' '" t1.t- ....,.. ", beautyofholiness ing corn and belonging to Alphonsp Jones, minor, and SIX 5-Passenger 1385 on .. lighting Extra toe tira-*
i'1'. ,, ;.,who,>iies9litrg to.pay more pork and less cotton described as follows to-wit:' SIX 7-Passenger 1450 () tread in the re r-BaiS-Si .
<' and truck. A person could not Commencing two chains and tventy-five e F. 0. B. Detroit. shield-'One-man1 type t$.
",of. _:bile make links'north' of northwest corner of northeastquarter hair top-Crowned fcnto. f,.
; <" one of our ex-short cotton growers of section twenty-four. _
township five
; : i ;
1 % present of any more seed. south range twenty east and run east seven _
band
little; At about'
20
.
!. #tV--a followers was ratpjui d 1o:!,ear,faithtS''on ''. Mr.T C. F. Litchfield and brother, A.chains C. and L. right twenty-four of way.links Then to south along side, said of h%% % "'%% %%%'"

Theodore, who have been atteBding right of way eight chains and twenty-five "i
i". 'the work t..tW ahi:n fQj, links then
south
f ; : at a variation of twenty
't*r". m elrbold cud. 'node .'.. : to' busines 'sat Orlando, have just reurned sac; degrees east five chains and eleven links, FOR THE HOLIDAY !
TRADE ;
... !:" "speg' ;| Home. then east five ch.-iins. tlen south thirty chains,
two meetmggr then west
twenty-two chains
and
.;. "r .""-.,.-.'.' meePThursday'toTa!: .' ':( John Pinholster and Claud Crosby I['nks.,then north thirty chains to place twenty-four of be We have some very exceptional bargains., Read them then Men'sl.
-,: :: '. .-f .. Jt;,...1t. ..;- =.!: attended the .Literary society at 'the ginning, being in northwest quarter of north over come i4 and see. ::
"' ; .
neh Blue
'" east quarter and Worsted and
--- north half of southwest Serge, Mohair Suits less than cost I.
1 '" Graham school house last quarter of
bed ,: Saturday northeast Quarter of section
pf is invited.i t.1t' : twen
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: i> east. :
; 5 CLOTHING
"\ .. "CLAY'Hltr': j ,. J. B. DOWLING. i HATS;, i .
,J ):; Guardian ,
MILLER.Miss for Said Minor. $20.00 Suits at $13 25
! l Cane have: 12-11-St. I +
; grindings ceased for the1
.t.; Mr. I 18.50" 12 98 t $3.00 Felt Hat at ( $2 25 % '
season.
George 9H5DunsoTtfinished
r PETITION FOR FINAL
<: Annie Rimes, principal of the U. S. District DISCHARGE. 16.50" 11 98 f 2.50" :
.. ,Monday bpbjthe lasfonb Court. Southern district of } 195
Providence school, spent the week-end Florida. 15.00 Serges at 13 25
: "f' to grind. J ... \i In the matter of H. T. Dowling bankrupt 1.75 : I 30 I: :
t <; Miss Florence"Crews: visited Sher with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. H. No. 1215. I 12.50 Suits at. 7 98. i 1
Rimes. In the matter petition for 10.00 Suits at
final discharge. 59811111II1111111111111111111111111111 1.50" 1 10
a 'parents at $Higfiland'attuda.. .!!.and The Farmers' Institute held On this' the 5th day of December. A. D. '
t Bunda :iI'! hereon 1S14. on reading the foregoing + 111I111II.Kllt '
y. '- 1.J''' r' .h ordered petition is +#t+ +
December 1st by the court that
'i. was a treat to those a hearing be had
1IriRicharct La '." :'fiomi' who'attended.. The lectures upon the, same on the 6th day of January A. The best line of neckwear in Starke. Prices from 1 Oc to $1.OO. A few beautiful ties in Xmas boxes. '.
given D.
by 1915 before said court at Jacksonville in
".Y Dr. Geo. F. Babb on hog raising and aid district at ten o'clock in the forenoon prices in proportion. '
'
A hog cholera control was very beneficial and Bradford that County notice thereof Tekgraph be, a published newspaper in pub the loth HULLS DEPARTMENT STORE

, : lished in said district, and that all known
creditors and other in
4 Prof.A. P. Spencer, of Gainesville appear at sad time and persons place and interest show cause may ,

> Strength Past gave a very interesting talk to the if titioner any they should have not why be the granted.prayer_ of said pe .

: F1fty'Yearsi : club boys work and,girls on corn and canning the And clerk it shall is further send by ordered mail to by al the Iknown court Bred that 111111' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 "ffI; "H'1'f 1[

itors notice of said petition and this order,
caD fce Buuniaincd by Master, Wilbur Brown, son of Mr addressed to them at their places of residence PEANUTS
at stated. PEANUTS PEANUTS 4
. adapting'tie rijht nourish-: and Mrs. J. S. Brown happened to a Witness the Honorable Rhydon SL Call -

: Best, ud Nztore own o3- painful accident when a horse ran Judge of the said court and the seal thereof !

'f 4 food ia Scott't Emulsion I away with a buggy and threw him at day Jacksonville of December, in A.said D. district 1914. on the. 5th. We offer for immediate shipment two thousand bushels of the ;new crop 1914 ;

to sbtiftlttBttl thonuads of men out causing'several painful bruises A true eop_ ,. E. D. DODGE. Clerk. harvest, N. C. flat vine, one crop'HAND PICKED SEED PEANUTS; free of all trash

j ud ttoaea to ewe their work. and cutting a gash across his thigh stems, and pops, at 3 1-2 cents the pound. These prices, are for December shipment only -
just above the knee. Dr. Mann Sick Two Yean With
ud efohcst for was Indigestion.
many yens. as prices will advance in January and
February.
Scott'F.aebiafe. a food.tocdi- called and dressed the 'v und. His e "Two years ago I was greatly ben 4 .
cine and a tonic to'keep the now doing nicely.J. efited through using two or three Also 1000 bushels of,the small, two crop White Spanish Peanut feed, at six cents

and blood thwart rich avoid MmIaaCODdltioaa.It rheumatism. S. BrowiOnay 'be seen almostany bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets,56M the pound. Several hundred bushels of new crop Velvet Bean and Chufa seed. Also 75

It free from alcohol or harmful day, speedingein his now Ford: writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, CK head of registered Mule Foot Pigs, the'cholera immune hogs. j i.

drugs. The. best physicians Our school is doing nicely under "Before taking them, I'' was sick for

prescribe It 14-51 j the management Prof. R. B. Goof ff, two years with indigestion.. .Sold, by j! RAYSOR FARMS, LOWELL, FLORIDA

-Live Oak as principal and Mrs. al dealers. :
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