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 Material Information
Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1914
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579551
oclc - 33886096
notis - ADA7397
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System ID: UF00027795:01999
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in the city here- cellar or a shed a on:time tonight- on'y :PanhahdlA; has ;
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of an old man who was in deplorable boxcar up other hootvltoiIf : ..,'UI"oP .'
or a loft in old and she's a-backin' no"11\
some Jiat in
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state of drunkenness and :know '
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how slippery the streets were I think it., been, !
sober human: _.would Vij :_a garia
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"; It'that'old can fell a single time ha it in the side on specs: by thfa tine;,,:thaV_a old-bald-
unconscious shame of his box.
; : fell a dozen, and once so violently that ?when help- beaded b box'with i';*De'iootI: :: .tM '
leaaly drunk. ..
"Home, Sweet Hornet "Well, said I.with a compromising ... '' "
I ran to his assistance and helped him 'e:
Thai boy has heard It the hand- air "come inside grave.. t.1 :, .
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thought badly hurt 'didthe'cldfEo'
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heart ,
: at first, for he gashed his forehead u ,_..v'Mkedhi UyramWedaVth '
I ; : he fell, and I helped'the little fellow -yon couldn't grind it out .of therewith "Ginstthe: rglea= cops LWOD'i: bare :! quaint UPfe'IU: "f.-'a.-t'I"; **. \, % '. /

:- to take him into a drug stor ,.where a thousand' cranks it They list fired m\out o' there nottten'minutes I, "C. etf c( at'ncthln'n'y-abbitt'a. .
*: the wound upon examination.: proved the picture.:he\'drew' was gloomyendugh ago. .On. come, cap; step ; work.- 'made that,,boIIIJIit. v 33.hour's '
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': to be nothing moire serious than to require to be sure but we recognized 'out here: Il'won't taker two lnut..." 'btutLw'reat; ago. : k :

1> a strip of plaster.TgoVa it is true.to life for we;too,-were. not and the little fellow,spat professionally "Atrsaldl; h"
unfamfllar with the sordid side upon his brush with a covert glanceof ,, .wrfes.'Mw >.
look at the boy ther : however, and I .l ugly went tt "they.dont cost "
'I questioned'b1m a. little he said of existence In a.!large city.: Our pleasure.as he'Doted' theappa/ent rakes:
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.' ,; home; and I gathered further our conversation languished aDd'with :live here rll bet. said the boy setting i reaching for thev he? held', behind

.:.. ; from his talk that the man;Was a thoughts perhaps too 'sober for the the 1Ir boot on the 'box, and.pausing' f him.; ; :. -V .,
", confirmed inebriate. Now you'll re | holiday time we soon separated and to blow,his hands.. -"(felt ohitbattyou; glvia"*:mer-
i member the boy told us here a while went our respective ways "How do yon know.that!. ,.Did yon I ''Gbme.let: me Wye ;
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ago he.had *no father and when hereecgnfzed The remainder; of that day eludedme never see me here before fj 1.: ; ly,'drawing cue from
my pocket and
me 'a moment since and somehow; ,1 don't know how or "No I'never, see 1ou"" here before; '
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found himself caught in one 'yarn.: at where, it passed I suppose just but that"sin't'no reason., I"cafl\tell .
t-y 1 ,. least he very naturally supposed. I dropped Into'a CODwoS.condition and you: don't'live here, by them atees1 1 r whandina: :! ,wart f4; ,.lJchf.': he raid; oJ e=

( would.think his entire start a fabrics so slipped away"aakneiled, uncof- 'aassthey've been put up In.some lib *.y "m./tiie* :sitttk-i .and watching ma "
tin,hence the fined, and unknown."'. tie pennyroyal shop-that's how When j '
t suspicious nature of his .wl9tfttfly.u"CoulJa't; / give us a.fresaf + '
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: of his manner from ..experience io' her put up iom'er'swbere.tkey kno"aomepln' jl dont. know.* iald-J .
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delight to gravity;, whlca mind that, I recall 'utyle. ./:/J'heJ'"I'X)4 deybeMtog/cnViha matter "What- t.
+ r : ihange.'In :now. its every .detail 'enouch.iDateJ'llitW shoe'on'y; she's7about : ; ; ,J +
my opinion, rather deabtes lying to be : Entering the Union'depot that I two : y"Yoq'fe j!I'was" that yof :were ring to tell me Jwt. y"r .
; anew thing to him. I can't'be'mis evening to meet the train that'was toC&ITJ' J I years off' In a(7te.; "t BOW? >You startld .ta teli me what a t
ii taken lathe boy for posted; then, In shoes"? said t lovely SBcker
I noticed 'i. ho me away at six o'clock,'muffledclosely With .r4.t.a''beea'hadlO1l 4
turned to r. } laugh: SJ. -j B t.metkl '.* ortlfe'i ,Howdid
go a bald place OB the back in1 my overcoat yet more cloO- 1 to. Y01ltbetDft'
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ot',hit head the left side, a 'trademark ly muflfecl'In.IIIY'.. ; gloomy. thoughts I brush in either went en, pajtingly/ rs\ii- ,t. r 1
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t he bent over the boy with cry velocity that.Jostled.his hat(ogee bie Oh,some; airs ate smoker.
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prostrate form of his a of.:,-. 'H re.;yon man eyes, leaving most plainlyeiposed'ta* ,; uX
father/* with the .cigar; .don't lou want'them!t 71-gtyiaoi'y6a; ) ;.th.whole: game. ,1 '
my investigating eye the"'trademark.befQre : : .. :._ I "H
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aHndedvtp; i ?rt tube pest ; "
said7. "and 'wondered ..at'the.. time'what cents!_ fihtne':em 'ferjtElckQl-T-on: : 'yin shoesl'ciasa I aID"t.cloDe.oqqa but ,:; It\il t tbo.4yiesl .'
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t caused It" ., >you mustn'.t gifo met away oo< hat,"he black tem"fer five leara."',. *' iT,,;(,t;.N'of'eea5bcatot yoLwis.thelr# :
J a ."And dont' you know?", added; dropping ihis view near the s "Yon'reiaaloldtliapa bass '. e4n.:decd'::7U1'afresh cigar;* ..,
; ,I shook my head..J501 entrance, acdteptlbnlngine to set DIJ'footupq : a.ebusiness' n.tiDt'D .U.ttb to'T the other,,::;, s
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l F*. *IDAY'S.,> -.*. ENTERTAINWENTTt v*. v t F. Yet'i' ORTUAAy.M. ., # I i, f. EUROPE> (ff---. THE: ,FUTURE, .
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T I i- t ro i f>l-o r''rt.m+ grieved.b"th.::removal Survivors( Wr 'Cause BliflW on .1

from nest loidsi'of_a.dear mother ." 'Nation iK'tLJT- LU
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oDt,. bodies aDd unbalanced minds will'fiO
: School JUt.Frida': evening .by'la
Urn Schumaker was born in Cologne the cradles of,the nations declare
at
: school and eivk crab;was a sue- war. -
Germany, Aug. 25, 1840, was of
medical men and scientists who
sons _much praised'JJ1. those.who '
noble birth and her early girlhoodwas are nw ogiving much time to the
consideration -
attsoded.
i r Eight-t bi..u. arranged :by, Mrs. spent In' that city on the famous of the Europe of the .fu- DISPLA FXMA ;:
Rhine She for memberof ,
years
was a
Toll
). MeBeath of Jasper, were given, ture. They will be the otrsprinc'men of
the choir that sang in the great cathedral -
rendered unfit for
it parentage by
J, .. of these being in Grecian eos- .
I of Germany. She was married the' j:
1-:the others in modern; piano rigors of the great conflict.
F e, young notwithstanding that it Since men of science'first .iM'
asieetian by. Mrs.,.DeWitt C. Jones began to ( -
k { 1 \ ,sad Was Peek;' piano solo by,'Miss took eight years before the,required study the effect of war on the.braces mean '?. .$ ... .
church.and state ceremonies were fin- it has been admitted that whenever ,P ":> '-.-
White; violin obligato by Mr. F. Leas ., **,,*::,.,.,
ished.
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s '+, \ trios Bs Torner'and'Mrs.'.by Mrs. Fnteh.U.Mrs.G. Turner Turner, She lived to see her golden, wedding j I nation the went best to physical' war.to eXamples be destroythe' of a, 'Toys, for the hundreds and from 'many"lands and n- "-:

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day, which'wu the seventh of June .
'i physical manhood of the '
Mrs. Adkins humorous readings by
f. ,. ti ; of this year, and just week two killed
i' a or
yes.,Tribble." .by little A Miss solo.Florence 1 Love Dor-You2'naJ7 before her.death sang for the'Writera suffered.fatally Then wounded for, every four died manor of:dis- ,one penny higher on account of the war. It is M'

} \ patriotic song; after telling abouta ease. Army physicians declare ,that i
aaa Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'J. ,W. visit
regiment of. soldiers, composed of a to fairy-
t Andrews; Jr-i only five years old, was in the present conflict the .!os from
a specially admired. She was accompanied her girlhood companions having', to wounds and diesase will be;far less. f l"

I on the piano by her mother.' start for the front; though she had But the scientists-both medical] land to take a:

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almost lost the of from
t. power song men and anthropologists that
While the artistic features' of thee to
being lost in a snow storm in Montana statement their belief that the toss
entertainment were highly satisfactory i
trip. to Darby'sStQre'
she rendered the with
wonderful
song of
: ; the same cannot be said of the the men killed in the WU''will cot
j. sweetness' and pathos.' t i t=
result financially. It was given to provide detract from the physical welfare oEurope's r g
When Mr. and Mrs. Schumaker first The
/ funds to meet a bill which ,be- future sons one-hundredth .
to America they located in Pen-
came part as much will the who
t : .aIDe due.December 15th for 75 vol- as men returned .
roy, Pa, and here their property was. unwounded from the
field be -

l j saes on reference and literature placed 'dazzling my .
destroyed by lightning When they cauSe "is
; in the library last year. The proceeda'id"short war no longer primarily an
i ', about one-third and applied for the insurance the agent I annihilator of life,'so far'as.the calculations

soother entertainment. wil have to be asked .them why did they not help of science ani.concerned, riad of things r
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the fire along with a match so as to
but a chatterer of constitutions
i given to raise the full amount The nervous

adioal and civic dub had been urged accrete the'insm ance. They indignantly a creator 'of neurasthenic remind one of ;Ji
: denounced agent and him '
;: ,to procure the books, and'the efforts I gave wrecks, weakened mentalities and ,

'I I : /I. cf the ladies to get the funds for paysaent understand that honesty was their sapped vitalities dreamland. So numerous are the '
hundreds
should have met with mole sue- policy and forthwith sought a home The men who work the great siege of dung

: ;' 'cess., It is to be hoped ,that their farther west. They lived for a time guns and field rifles, they say, may %,

:' 'MEt entertainment will be more ap- in Springfield, Mo, and later in Red never be touched by bullet or steel, to make the little folks glad, it is impossible to paid s

i t 'preciated. The School and Civic Club Willow .county, Neb. At the "latter' and yet each time that the great gun 'i

\ : is- a blessing to the'city and marTed is fired it sends a crashing blow upon 'ulari e. The prices for all these pretty things : "T

\} 1 ',be met with all possible aeoursI the nerve centers of the men who ar
Crackling. work it, until it is now ;:
ment. no uncommon
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From this place they went to Montana thing for these crews to sink from wonderfully modest. It is a great treat, to visit. rah

IN HONOR OF. MISS ELLIS. and' settled on .a ranch near the nervoUs exhaustion at their posts. .

ti Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Marks entertained Great, Falls, where they battled for In the rank and file of the marching t. \ .' <1:
with frontier life and their honesty
! f Thursday December'3rd, years men each man near whom a shell .

t- ,for their on sister, Miss Dorian Ellis, of and integrity made them very desirable bursts will'su1fer from the 'unusual f\\
settlers.

i this Gainesville.party was The the principal announcement feature'of of Hearing of the jnild climate of this and explosion abnormaf'vibrationS causes regardless which of.whether the Aside from the toys the beautiful and elaborat

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i J state they, decided to give up ranch he is hit or not, and the man who &.'
of Miss Ellis
the marriage

f, !\. Ga.to approaching Mr. A. C. Adams, of Cochran life three'in month Montana with and Mr.after and spending Mrs. the endures privations the exposure and rigors of the of the trenches campaign ,' stock of'.Dry Goods. Shoes, Hats, and ;r Staple aridFancy


s ; I I Cards and dancing 'were enjoyed to Crackling Mazvflle.in Carrol, Iowa,. they came ing the terrible suspense of watch-.' Groceries is another- feast to theDARBY'S ere,
or waiting, can survive without
antfl a late hour, then the bride's
Miw the This proved to be a very disastrousmove paying the price in physical and mental
cake Ellia
cut. cut
{1 i i- was ring, as they were unable so late in imperfections 1 ,
't' Miss Carrie the dime Miss Me-
Darby
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: life to undergo the hardships of the
Ales Hrdlicka
t. Dr. ; curator of the -
: Odlan the thimble, Mr. Barick Wells
"'I I %. the bachelor's button. farm life in a warm climate. National Museum and noted anthropologist t ,
'0 They bravely labored for the betterment in Washington estimates V1
that
Present Carrie
a were Misses and Ma
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of Florida farming and left STARK
15,000,000 men will be drawn into the
,1 lie Darby, Ruth Wainright, Florence
among us a fair sample of what can in ,
war Europe. Of
I Canova; Onie Edwards Ethel McClelt these.9,0000,000
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;t ...bm'Oorian Effis;:Messrs. Roger and be done here even against*' great odds. will.probably survive. an army,o :[;
t Mrs. SchDm 1rer' was. laid to rest chronic invalids (, FLORIDA
i rheumaties.lneurasthenics
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Brock Wells Lather and William
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in Long Branch cemetery, but later irritables r .; i} 7. !,:',' ': '
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men au1feriDg ,
Powell, Lucian Wainright, Allen Ca- ;
her remains were taken up and conveyed from incurable
; nova, Willie Wainright.APPROACHING .. diseases of the intestinal r
...II-. to'Caitol, Iowa to be interrednear tract These men, in the eyes

:! NUPITALS. the home of Mrs. Crackling, who of Dr. Hrdlicka, will 'constitute 'a

;\ grief-stricken and only a few weeks much greater loss, vital and economical

r' Cards areout announcing the approaching out of the hospital, accompanied her than all of the ones killed iri >bat- .
r s f marriage of.Mr. Robert D. husband here to settle up the business tle. 1111 M i'i 11111111111111 in Hi 1111 n 1111111111 1111111111111111-

Proctor and Miss Jennie, daughter of affairs of her father, so he would give -

;.. w,,f .,. .Mr. and Mrs ,A.' C. Wright. The up his now.lonely life and go to stay FARM GOOD ENOUGH FOR PEANUTS P NUTS'PEANUTS"
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.. contracting parties live at St. Petersburg with the D. -
HIM.
and the ceremony will take place We regret the loss of such worthy :'F i:

:: j at the Methodist church there, oneembei De neighbors and our deepest sympathy We offer immediate shipment two thousand bushels of the new crop, 1914< ";".:

\. Y 29th at 7 P. M. Mr. Proctor U felt for the bereaved ones. A few years ago a farmer arranged harvest, N. C. flat vine, ODe crop, HAND PICKED SEED PEANUT, 'free 'ol aU trt b,|

:: t, is a business pan of the "Sunshine : FRIEND. ,with one of Stub's.real estate 1 sterna, and pops, at 31<2 cents the pound. These prices are for December shipment co-j
men to sell his farm near i
town for
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I Qt,. The bride-elect is a sister of '- J
will
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With $1500. The farmer said he had February. i
: :Mrs. Geo. F. Scott, and while visiting Sick Two Tears Indigestion. never

; .', :,icr sister made many friends here. "Two years ago I was greatly benefited been able to make a living off the Also 1000 bushel of the small, two crop White Spanish Peanut teed, at six, cesb i]

'' through using two or three farm and he grew poorer. and poorer the pound. Several' .hundred bushels of new crop. Velvet Bean and. .Chnfa seed. Also 75 fj
't bver You Need Oewral Took an the time. head of registered Mole Foot the -
1 Take Qrove's bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets, Pigs, cholera. .Jgffnmre hogs. '
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writes Mrs. S. A. Keller, Elida, 0. agent found a prospective purchaser : "
The Old Standard
Grove's Tasteless them I sick fortwo and they went out to the farm. RAYSOR FARMS LOWELL FLORIDA
sttl Tonic is equally valuable u a "Before taking was ,, : j
General Tonic because it fintli1t the 'years .indigestion.: Sold by I,The appearance of it was not enticing. 11111111111111111111. 11111
vdl kaolin tonk propertksof QUININBavdIRON. The farmer had seen the men .
al dealers. : ..
,It acts oo tile Liver, Drives I and walked close behind them. The .:.:.
oat Malaria Enriches the Blood and '
JMIds up the Whole System. SO ants Read the Telegraph-$l.50 a year. real estate man began his spiel: ''!:;' ,,

"Yes, sir, I admit that things look Diversified Plantings '
-- Plantings Are Safe :
slovenly and poverty-stricken here, e
; but that & HembtiaM.a tt a vf.doat dlnnnkjUju tot bnOfg. d fc*gariag. .op",*M -.,' Tel m.s a ih. :
is the reason I offer the farm ar.aa-:- la 6aio.-. Nt
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A Few Words to Homeseekers talaaa toyer N amt d..a-podaYoa,1 patased. a. awer.htaie tbeetleal tadiiord tlt _"..It trill puIOd,.....
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} for $1500 instead of treble that \, ,tp.wmat.hashedtr.roat.II urooelr.moedomrdiat6eeemmeeo.tu.a am..bdalllIIJ'all-llle-w.-.d bnn-a-raft... cep-.EDaiaot: b

.-' amount, which it will be worth if r js and AM.ted Fnriti bore Penuaeat loses,Sktde Trees sod Strutter Hale the Hose

x- : I, and Investors you'spend $300 for improvements and "- ..'-r.&taWeDinniicatitint. .... tioc-t.lolUPPlFlocaI_ Tte mfldOB Mare AnractiTe i
phaBic ol NKS dude tons airf dadtcfy will Mt crir
teat aid third fcr iil'ttnppiai
cultivate it comm> to dnaat
right The is -uu. uke home
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{ z t',, .. f I have a tract of land in Baker county consisting of eleven thousand shiftless man who would make a failure kao.c..Ja......cebniiYeura.l. QewrtmetdAninkae mpeaMi de..manoa. ypto6tLly....UPu t mil aamae.doat UacfcISiMinn. .to...Int......Knthmg tat Jii_will.white iocreae fanm.mi the fc*Y.a tclline oar murk N wlM oiike7 hue mov tittan'fete time and Soak tic MBCO oat Yih.Owelay1set ta them a tea. Ia_ j.
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acres, situated thirty-seven miles west of Jacksonville on the Seaboard Air anywhere Why, sir, this land boa... pan pacha, -.Jipranr o pmaamm per at.Tea>,ud benatod fopo. uir Kadedvafebeaatiftil freely of car prapcnxsai pain,iteul tbeir and j.rone IMO*t*. bm plmrmHy car
#: f Use Railroad lying in a body, North and South of said railroad. < has river been scratched deeper than .te Soft SfteB lean,Stssfe as Bana or Beef Griffiofs HMdeur: Trees are Tested,Tried Tree '.< !

t A good proposition for a saw mill. pine timberestimated by two saw three or, four inches, has never been Gabe Peont.are.--s mm-faaaOe.a- PI-e.area k1.aacntr.kdloodpro8ttthat trill & ctmlfeed mpIete At Itvxkuy sat adaOYd Nrneno b war Jacrw.ala. FlL.*t tart die nal .' i

.f :: aim experts;'one, twenty-two hundred feet per,acre; other, two thousand. properly fertilized, the drains are .111 Islet. t_ioetiu-ml IaaiId UTotl.p.>aaiiiigTDn.itrrrirtmt Hntl C ItniV err bra uda dmU p.okthle tHelIftS aap&1i:. Jn zuaa'tiMi.-me....bathe alert*'aaH.SouIIIaa'''1DPrir'.t"-sllNlh"aiq aene Lt-a>ry.;Osa.tbtiltrllGCk.Ja..die..Sash..1nIiIa..s carpeq .. ;

':, t. feet per acre. choked up, there is a patch of briers any hcdfaenraemrteiimc.tad the bad bovcc the Fa.idpFaihaltodrt.atraeerprr bm cm U vcd lot bn.or track.dog*fef tile cvefuitf ceder .nw a. picked d chipped If CJtqrtared ut- EackThe i
around : YM c aaakaattk.ka b pbuaf fcoai aqpwkoc te tte 9 ---br. IIISItia Catitcae bee iwl ta tie f 4 rbAadaaaabuy.
: A he proposition for a cross tie manufactory, many and many thousand every stump, the crops have dk : Mitttawbaspwalpernepaldtest/M ctiotto a---J '

w: a ,.. .f cypress u well as pine ties on this land. not been half cultivated and the tumble Cotlfni- nail Tare_lest Ind

to For day sob-soil down fences allowed stock to en- ..... 1-1adlfaufs
i diversified farms there is'no better land in Florida. Wt n*(ttfidas ct U*fate el CMM. .-:
ter and destroy half of what was who had heard all that had been said. ALWAYS tot waAtu m M m. aunt&mt4 ..doI.-: .
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raised. "I never knew before luJMO ht. t
NOW Mr. lend
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SELL
"Now let me show you that such (the agent) said it, what a good placeI ta lar-
I'bye a fine proposition in the famous strawberry lands in Bradford land deserves a better fate. Look into have,and 1 may as well profit by it .pa..1iI a Patinlta;tlwwJ'laGrilbi' d! YtN-s a

1'f tnty; three miles aorthweat of Starke and same distance southwest of Law this ditch-good soil on top' of as someone else. I have been a sorry .In ,the interim between the truck _IM5 Tree Iiu
JdIeCiI1t
1: i-- ley. coasisting of three hundred and twenty acres, all under new American clay. See what a beautiful slope the farmer, but 1'I1'do better." and fruit season and the strawberry GrifUt.Ia Sen...Ik lift

t: held wire fence. This tract of land for a stock' farm and general farming is land has these ditches, if cleaned The farmer kept his word and season we still have produce to send teatmaratral.lace.. _orUlawllliftd..d AaIII'DIJ
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:, t. baud U interest the most critical biyer. out would drain it bone dry. Not a is.now we o.to-do. Probably some of away. So far this season J. M. Tru- ...bdas'..""id.the.... avtaU r.-. -...-..

Twenty acres in cultivation, partly stomped,'tenant house, barn and other fruit tree in sight although the placeis oar farmer friends are as anxious to by has shipped six carloads of sugarcane ties Th.t..tnc. JAPNoriII"book fibarted a ald ill cisagtiad +aita.TSei

.. hoDiiars.. Thirty head of young sad selected stock'cattle. .ideal for pecans, peaches and or- sell oat as the man just mentioned. and four carloads ofyami C. to*1M will Lt Bailed 67aitY0W..*** Y,(S-

5J i : ,.. ; ANOTHER EXCELLENT- PROPOSITION anges. That muck bay back there Perhaps if they temporarily up on S. Durlnig has shipped at least 3000 Griff- Brother
would all the magnifying the faults bushels of The. almost 1M St. Ccorfit Block
suply fertilizer needed. of their farms, yams. yams are Ja isuatlYe,r ida ,
i; i .i'ftne: stores for sale at a bargain ia the center of the business section Those stumps can be dug up. Lookat and consider their advantages, theywiD' exclusively of .the Porto Rico ; -"

t' -f. Starke. A good rental proposition, all occupied by good tenants. the extensive free range surrounding find that the latter overbalance variety and go to Atlanta and the I '111 J I,':1111111II1I111 Nfl)

: the place. Yet those cattle and the former. Success and failure depend East Coast of :Florida. Strawberry I' -' f'

--'; t:.. : .fNow MY .RESIDENCEw; bogs-eating. up the jwtatoes, belong. to, not so'much' on the farms,as,on plants dressed hogs, hides and poultry i.

f 1' z.' two story ilght-room 'house, 'modern t-r conveniences*hA garage, stables, some other.thriftyfartoer.-*,See- ,that" the'farmers., are'also'sent in'considerable,quanti :"TH 'WILLS:DRUG: Cq:

mail box? It is on the public road ties. .We always have something to i
K! eta One street all four aides beautiful shade -
acre ,on trees around the entire
and he gets his mail every day tho, COLDS ARE OFTEN SERIOUS sell. + DRUGS: MEDICINES J:1]
let I
4 t araages figs, pecans and other fruit trees. Within two blocks of the !
i: new thirty thousand dollar Starke High School Ill bet he never reads). A man living Stop Possible Confutations PRESCRIPTIONS CABEFULUj]!
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\ \t- --l",, Beasoa for so near town has no business The disregard of a cold has often LIVER REGULATES THE.BODY + COMPOUNDED.Ti
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selling; most have moaey to meet pressing obligations. Will i .
f 'five terns. Can show this raising cotton. If the owner was brought many a regret. The fact of A Sluggish Liver Needs Care. + 1 J
t property easily at time. i
.t... ;. Adatess all. commaaicatko to -any worth his' salt he would bench now sneezing, coughing or a fever shouldbe Someone has said that people ,with + Fun Lire: of Perfumes Fee :j

.."", i from growing truck strawberries, warning enough that your system chronic liver complaint should be + Powders;; Face Cream Combs J!

E. E CANOVA Starke fruit and stock. Instead of that he needs immediate attention. Certainly shut away from humanity, for they + Brushes, Candies, Etc.* .
;Ha.to
w ". owner sits down his farm and loss of sleep is > ,
cusses ,wants most serious. It is are pessimists and see through th! #' : a
;. to sell out for $1500. Yes, sir this a warning given by nature. aman's + and
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,, .! :Itefernees ssy character and Milan. standing in this state. I refer is "glass darkly. Why?.BecaUse mental Near Depot-Local i

_.- .. .' .. I is an ideal farm, and a man with duty to himself to assit by doing ,states depend upon physical state!:! +:' Long Distance'phones .' ;

h : : "'The, Peofka*, 'Baal,far" Sariaga/St." 'Aogostiae. Florida.TtoJcatfwi some sense and willing to work is his, part. Dr., King's New Discovery 'Biliousness, headaches, diWness'and + .,

"', : #1.!:.: CewtyBaak.. SUrfa, Fla.Th .. .. Sure' to make his fortune here.". is based on a' cientifie analysis constipation disappear after using Dr; STARKE,..' FLA. {: '.
*' :'<':'.". Bane* )!Natkaal Kaak. 1Yme.Fh. '.'" "I'll take it," said the prospector. of- olds. 60c. at your druggist. King's New Life Pills. 25c at your + < -
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'jtP'l 'd 1,< ."' "-'.". "- Lands'here 'possess;many';natural A Good :Town .To Cgil I Your ; r all trade centers. (Peek' Addition' ).. ..ItII Y.' :ake.'t. ., .. ,.,
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'fotr mfl* of SUri.-now | # H f Choice residence.lots near. the tali Stark people ke adopted -Kfegtky ; ,
such may be mtptJinW some of its public new school building.
Of t+nah'sawormorspas dimtic. conditions here are
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: Starke, the'town wt an proud to i jmprpYimnt" 'p4 advantages.Starke. Recently as 1 nmer rt>iortatlt:; ,
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that is available at an seasons we purchased' eighteen
; pasturage all home Is of bas -car ? !' *:** here,.are fianj '
aectioa eaientiilty.an ..oar the county seat now : .eottagei an4ungalows i'
of the The natural range The County lIoua acres in the northern portion :ot .' >
and the : Tear. Bradford county.. 1 bcite4' forty-five Bradford Court > 'on its/jj ow*- & .
pye doUsd with successful farms is'mostly timbered sufficiently to"furnish miles southwest ef JaeUftftville, on municipally' owned waterworks and Starke bounded- by Eleventh and This lake six-uljes! east of Stark, ,

tlbIch the staple products' are protection against cold winds in the main line of the Seaboard AirLine fire electric UPt'plant., pure water paid Ninth streets on the north and south is a beautiful "Sitter Sea,",two* mile
Joe distancaand *
I. long
department ,
and swset potaPI' The railway is one of the old and by Lake street and the< '
city limits
Irish winter and the sun in' summer. ; shad rural telephone service, telegraph in diameter, snrrogcded by high pies
'.- ane, cotton .corn oats, watered abundantly with of Florida, with beautiful on the,east.and west This bas
1. peaIlettuce., lands are streets lovely homei, luxuriant flowen aeryice, rural mail routes into the and oak wocde'itwater'iith clean '

'{. varieties cabbage of garden veg- never-failing supplies of the best and ornamental shrubbery and fruit farming sections; excellent educational now been divided into lots and blocks.- white sand bottom

and grape- purest..watereither4from, springs, tree A town of considerable wealth facilities, having recently completed and streets are nicely graded.As deepening from .
:.1'Iae.N are orange shore to center-
.pees in full bearing, and many atreamI'or lakes, and the climate 'is with a social; refinjd and educated a handsome school building,Jully a.location:fir; your new home 99 gradually'that a
equipped with all modern conveniences child wade oUt
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the may fifty to
a tIW- la wan groves producing so mild that shelter, except from the class of people. which' was constructed at a cost we cannot recommend those lots too seventy
Florida papeeaDL Situated it is in the peninsularpart feet from shore hs
priced as water
..dgfaest ; so clear
tj is the rain even during the severest weather of about forty thousand dollars; fif- highly. In offering them for sale we
Broom'corn the and
of state plateauone that
..l on a you can see 1) small bright object
teen miles of paved sidewalks two -
to farm crops and is superfluous. sea ; are not seeking for ?
oar above speculators
bisNi addition hundred and sixty feet but
banks; a board of trade; five churches more than thirty,feet down in Us f
.d..... of 'this product from attention Starkerirscted With the natural advantages of this level with watershed east to the At- ; four secret organizations, a school desire to sell only to people: who wantan depths; fed only bjy-mineral springs *

considerable section aided by velvet beans cowpeas lantic ocean and west to the Gulf of and civic club, a musical club and a excellent location for their homes from marginal '
comment from the hill, slopes and other J
mast favorable Mexico it has the benefit of the cooling military organization. Starke has
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f ..tnren in different atatea. A Japanese cane,'millet, sorghum, breezes from both the ocean and U weekly newspaper good and who expect to erect dwellings' springs somewhere in its crystal n

:!i**'; JJSilktory. is. now,.in successful chufas and peanuts fine grades of the gulf and, consequently,- does not snipping facilities, and ten passenger which .win do credit to the PGJu1arresidential depths. It is the lovely and remarkable -

,.;*,:c.tfvttoti here. cattle and hogs are readily fattened.We have the sultry climate that prevails trains daily. Also, the city council section which we believe lake in mist entire South. +
tH; |Bwiterries, grown on about twelve of thousand to during summer in some states farther -i at a recent meeting in November ordered Peek's addition is destined to become. ;:
tracts
rSStwn bring in- offer one Bathing in its water is
t.Jtt: hundred acres North. The climate is pleasant surveys and estimates made for I Starke's handsome new High School cooling and .

,J fl'ta....''auction nearly four hundred tm thousand acres, five to six miles winter and summer and the town is sewerage system and street Bavin I building is located just east. of Lake invigorating the &&mer through. .i

tiA dollars each year east and southeast of Starke, high remarkably free from all insect pests.A and it is probable that an election will street and south of Ninth. These lots ONLY. .NINE LAKE. FRONT LOTS '

)h" NM here hundred produce and from fifty one bushy nunAid -- rolling pine and oak lands well watered large mercantile business is conducted be alI.'.d at an early date to vote for are just north of Ninth and .west of NOW LEFT FOR YOUR SELECTION -
to one and its merchants occupy an bonds for these improvements. Lake street extending six blecks west
y aTsf strawberries per acre; forty to by lakes and streams at prices i and two blocks north, and are from -AH fronting sixty feet wideon

I 'iStMrt j bushel of corn; forty bosh- ranging from $6.00 to $20.00 per acre, I I sixto twelve blocks west of the de the shore with depths of about xA

t; .ids ill eats; five hundred to six hUns according to-location,' grade and Size two hundred and forty feet. Prices -ton

. ''iflona: of syrup; two to three of tract STATE FARM LOCATED IN BRADFORD COUNTYThe pot.The past several yean have dem- lake front lot $100.00,. $150.06. :|
f: Mesa ef hay;.nine hundred to twelve monstratad that Starke is building and 20000. if ||
%S'-'v wed pounds of sea island cotton; Write us for detailed information. northward, and sales In second and third blocks from the
Board of Commissioners of State Institutions of Florida composedof already eontrac-
=.:CS-ftt* to sixty UrreU of Irish po- ted for lots in this addition lead lake choice hamnuk.lots at $50.00, "

'* tlNB one hundred fifty.to two,hun:4iftybuibela the Governor, the Secretary of State, the Attorney General the State to believe that the majority of them us $75.00 and 5100.00.;:)! *

.:.. sweet potatoes, and Comptroller the Superintendent' Public Instruction the State Treasurer will_be_sold within a very short time. 'i, >'*
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i11er crops and vegetables in profj IMPROVED FARMS. .. and the Commissioner of Agriculture, were charged, during the spring of NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO WE SELL
SATISFACTION
j for toca- 1911 with the duty *f selecting several thousand acres for a state farm. SECURE A CHOICE LOCATION AT .i
G are looting a new
4te.'vM no better, than to One from depot With one or two exceptions, these officials have been practical farmers and A VERY REASONABLE PRICE. pick's
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acres:- mjle ; Prices: Mr: Comer L. thirty-fir*
'JLStiblTsection of Florida. Health the Governor, before his election had been engaged for twenty years in buying
of school Ninth in
second to those of no easy walking distance ; large street-corner lots, $125.00, years continued residence Starke; ;
iond are and selling Florida lands. in the past twentywe' of which b.
locality in the world. The clii frame dwelling; barn and other outbuildings $150.00. $175.00, $200.00; inside lots
< | pleasant;' the lands are fer- ; about sixty pecan trees; After thorough investigation of the entire state 16,000 acres in Bradford $100.00 125.00 and $15040. has been actively engaged in the real

1 wed capable of a money produoto shade and fruit trees. Cleared fenc- county were purchased. We quote the following from the report of theLegislative Tenth street-corner lots,''$10040, estate business. quV-Ufy 'us to judge r

f outrivaHnsr; behest prai- Committe on this purchase:. .. $12540.1150.00, and;$17540; inside land values mtelligtajly and,accurately.
i it*des-of other parts of'the COOT- ed,stumped and in high state of cult "Your committee visited and inspected the lands, secured'samples'of the lots.>$75-00.' $100.00, and $12540. % .

.. anal rainfall is so distnM tivation. Price $3500.00. soils and clays on said land, the analysis of which is contained in the Utter Eleventh street-corner lots only I We both expect a'; desire to spend ,

; to inttre oops when the soil 320 acres:-Four miles out; all under of the State Chemist; finds the lands are among the best farming lands in $10040 $12540. and $150.00. the balance'of our pves' here. This

StilltesntlT prepared and cultivat- new wire fence; 20 acres under the state, well adapted to the growth of potatoes sugar cane, corn tobacco Other streets inside lots only' fact. apart from wry question ef

11t ** are no devastating storms cultivation dwelling and outbuildings. cotton strawberries, peach pear pecan; and other fruit trees. The clay $75.00. $10040, $125.00.. $15040. and morals makes it to xmr advantage to .
11*property-destroying and death- ; underlies the land at a depth of ten inches to two feet of Norfolk and Portsmouth $175.00. see that our customers are absolutely ,

"* -4ood#. TOT suets here Fine location for farming or stock sand loam making it very desirable for farming purposes, nurseries, TERMS IF DESIREB-25 per cent satisfied. We could cot afford to sell

dapaad upon YOU AU that is raising and a big bargain at $5000.00.A horticulture and floriculture. The land is mostly level but susceptible of cash; balance in one. two and three you inferior Iand.'w -
for to to this seer years with 6 percent interest on de- We guarantee eaety description we
is you come few more on our list ten to forty practically free from scrub palmetto." -
; with snftaept capital to make a FLORIDA SELECTED ferred payments; or make. 't. -
BRADFORD COUNTY LAND. CAN YOU DO ;
Ait'nR,'aid.with the determination, to acres, at prices' ranging'from $1000.to FLORID -. 10 per cent cash and'2% per cent .Cones Ondenee is invited.and carefully -
BETTER THAN FOLLOW A'S LEAD ?
(000. Write what want month with I
#Umt! $ us you per 6 per cent interest answered. .>.

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i l' ''ll j !It '.tt])=J U i h 11 !II !i.J I i I! 2 !110.L neU1CM II!w aS II!: Warrants Deficit June outstandinff 80. 1914 .-June 80, lilt. O'.:. :1:r 5.15500 8.044S7 /'"':'. ;I


;.. a 'Nei iris. ......... 1 74 211 80 Treasurer's balance June 20 1914 '. UU.W10.7S9.M tc.J
r!: a; II a II lIT .a UI ss ..,...... 1000IM ... ; 171 1087 S2tUmti Dralasie ... : .
r 0' 11tH 5' 1M. I1IIS 1'111 II --._ U7t 40 M IMM 1450 17 M24S 828 (MM Warrants outstanding December $1. 1918 'f
.th..l 'INn u" lalI' se _. ... .:....... 282 29784 Receipts January 1 to June. SO.Dkbwicnicata. lilt J 4.11L $
"! ,.Jt-i4 l I'a ft 1111 1M II.. .. 271 278 19 ". :
; .1 :, ., .. 10 II no.1 117 118 71 lIakIq (IWeIt Jlaeideatak J'-' .848JX .1
j ty.l'? NM ION 10771 ION 1M 840 118 08tl M aewy 1.to has SO ltl4:- i
;jrJ a 1117 sin K" sees. 88 87 .M.I4" {
; "" "'1t 21a 107n .. ... .. T HI 82 12874U 2020M Salary of engineer 040 4 ,fA
ftu; '. 11.. 5474 3131 11.1. nit 79 un Clearinc rid* ., way J.11 eY :
"Jj i :1t INN 15014 IS 60 MOO. I u 17147 Grade stakta ... ...., 1'-U ". ....
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/ is' ,. uu 11121 MOOIS SM 2 70 119 11184 Cemmitteeman ;- 0 .IQO.IO C'
r 4'' ...: $8 ease 11150 00 .
n 276 229 11728 -
.i .is.; au >aN 133n 1000 T. 179 111 48 County ceaaiesioneiv special meeting :. 23.40 '
CoBiiiiisiioM to t1Ift Nn
M STN It .
S 14354 .. __
111 191 72
Tkses nfmMI ..
-an 33. .
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$14 SIN 2124
1.1f f 10 M 29 M '
j -s: Ja', .111" III II.. 1484 -..... __ 272 4I'IOS'n 4281U Payments oa eoDtneta. a003. _.* .
s t> 'j.1 j.iI.'Ji. III;; N N N 2501 .... au.
.1., = 11 Total ; t.TMJI
'a a Use 24453 MIMtllM .. 1 OQ. N13 3Nou7 "
840 M
'J: M ijH't.l i II' '1M.711 11I11 11I11.140 MM ...'a M 778. 20 M 1210. 8S92 .1(2 Ion II Deftcl .rue 10.. 1914 :y ,1,u1. .

;_ +,'na YN 14111 411 MM 228 .. 1 41 14112 nova issued .1U3l.H .. 1
I' M78II lUll 187 28 Warrants .. -
: 1114! 1100 1OZ'l1 to.. n OQ.. 'n .. M 2M184MM outstandinc un 1,153.11Total J
10 M
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.o-,'.: .'--- .. '. tU ee December 81. 191SWarrants 8dIMI haL L .. 't-. .: llI.a to j jrIIft1"
"" "_?".' ,,, It) ,>, outstanding December 81, 191St 11,41U.
;; > ( "; '.1:1 :_GIII "' CI8.;.. Total ..._ .*- --,." ... : ,
: ttSt. tM --.(.-... dlsNrssaeaq .f .tbt Miami rinds tor till tb 0 L 748.01 ,:, J...' -
r : .... Deceit December 81. IllS !D.HUT
: 1914. ud tkt UMMBt of warru" witataBdiBK. aa Deceit Deeember .
11. 1814 '
1f.J. .. Vttku4 1.0S3.78 BeeeiptI January 1 1 to June 10. 111. 29,112.53Maklag
I" .. < '. 4, .. !. tie clerk of the cIm&iIIMIft of aaid Bradford Receipt January 1 to Jane SO, 1914Dtabancmebti. MAn .

tft tt.taintiaa1lYlsi ttyn the prwWoM of.ckapter 8428 Lawi ot.3111. (aet) "': .. .unA' :>
\.;1I..J1o"i: )/akiag (1Iet) ., l.no.1t Disbursements. January 1 to Jane 05. 1914?- "" .
1i.t..i' i".f<.I ... V. 2KOTT. CotBBtrolkr.U. January 1 to June 80. 1814.- Salaries .teachers i.SSb50 .
), { 'OJ s1 dui. Sheriff cat bills to criminal eases ; 742.1118.M New buiUincs .. :. .
ItuT! ----- 14M4 .
c f.t 1.11w Dassbst. Co '
N 12189 itabI& do Kepalrs to buildup .... 1-i.lS .
Ii'a.. s.eo223yes' Clerk of do .
htelr.nitioart .
15.01CAnbty Farnit1lft
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: JIIM\ 1.00 i 1.N
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f. Jo. 118.844S.M '
J'1', ::; I Jwtk ef the doWtaMce Rent : 11\90 .
-,, peace ,
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Transportation of pupils 4O.50
"' ti....;> I fete .......-_-_ 429.78 o. '
a.1IU. .. ..' Sheriffs ..e a_Ante, cu. collected .... Ineideatala for teboob r UO ., '
: 9144
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.. u. LStAM8.400J7 r-i.<.t- _-. &Iar--of .1IJeliDtiJideat. ... 60000T4.r.lin .
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> Pay of -la'-I. ... t .
'. ...... -1 IUIUI a1 eYS..oaatf M4JamUce.aYSr '-:' *ll.sgS --111 bold her 88 f'1' ) rCommssbr
'! Jar ... ot1Iftr ... nUl' '
I. tit J M SO.4taaaa4 Illh. .-.art. ___ .
t4i4--4-: :Jw' at0wg. ef .a..irloa.l+ ..............:. 23LN of trceiurer ---------- .-..-..-.--. 137.15Commi..ioa 80.12 Ineide.tals for board. and 11IJe1'iJateBd.. 11P.11Expcroes 48 ,.
.t' ,; ..:. ..; W dirk .f UM ttrndt ewut Y -ntr auditor nil Disinfectant for jail __ n PriBtIq t--
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88.98 _
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;' I:.. ....C7 10, 1'1.... Came warden ..
a6l 1(0Treasurer's Tuition paid for line 4e .otIDfi1tIM
co.nty pupi4
: ] : i4.oantr"t.... a ceuty ---en.-.- 1..0141t school 65x73 .'Glaterrst .
is : !! temmireseqis Too dibmtementi ... ._ 01' IUIIIIIIIP
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; -, f .fw..VaU .... .. ... I1t.1O 2.433.S29S8J8 Caning e11Jb .. 11,01 .

e';1 ;.;);,d JIll : MBty.d. trtam THrtVttftffa lor..court fa"a IwY ,.----,,._....." mil lUG UI Defer Warrants Jane outstanding 80. 1914 June SO. 1914 ,. 1.120.82 I Expe-.to Foa apecla1 to _tu Yfttioa'T&trictI I 11.51 24.30TnYfered .s 1 'J

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.1l" t""" or tonty taOdlafa Jaaiton u4 ether Undutoamd 111.1'b. Tlluuer'I1aaJaaee June 20. lilt 10LN Total bmleBleDti ..... I. 1,1II.K. '"
; -: ltitbt grl- ester ...,.- ;5.Nj haL : ..,

'k,;". f .lIt .. .. L n tau balance Dfcember 81, 9131Wa1 242.88 Deceit Juno 80 lIU t 13,111.05 .
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j: ";p". sade N psspen 1J49.00 Warrants ovtsUnding December T 8,984-28 Warraatl O1It1t.adiq Jule 1'. 111. ,! 11.'l'U!
I .t: Lstasda inlnssu. few of often fercn aad 0 't
Ji d r'T V ....... faa* of offlma sad --u. Deficit December 81. 1111 .741.88 ?usurerI b_.... I... 30. ItU !: 1'l'M
t ..'l""t'. ,'tOstMwy sy.pdattsg. caml atoUoaciy. .it..rr'L Beeetpta January I to Jute $0. 1914Januaiy ." 1,18UI
f I' I. -. brkt .
.....w.. rcwlNd W law and paid for by" llaklq (net) .. 8447.M1LOM.M :
r'I'.' ,I"t i T ilaiMa Mid .to ..... DIqv"llN;. 1 to June SO. 1914.- W. A. BESSEN. Jr. F. s.. PEORlClt
'ru ....or hid to county eonuniwMn for road incpeetiim 20CM
." ,, U:'.- Cowty tmavrer ttt.7184.M Cat of material .._.. 8.04.41 ,
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[ f':'l1dR. tsYSi eaqft wrk T.ol..ad Bachincry. eat aid repairs .- 8.82
of:: g t{stet fait comrt. mojdUf and mom MUwork..- 418.08 t5.5TdblMameala Paid for free labor other than coarda -,- -. "."".11 FIREPROOF: GARAGE
; Paymenta ea aeeooat of roadi built by contract 840.97
Pay Nta M ...., of bridtea built by eoatnet. 1SJ.M .
nit<1 .T. .'i"'n: -'" "111.11 Permeate m aoeuat of diecharce coavict Iceaed 111."
{ 7s.s .. l/li w CoombaicM to tN.sI'r .. 78.88 ALL KINDS OF AUTOMOBILE AND GASOLINE
"....... Itlt .. 811t2.Madia Clerk for keg n.d.boot 120.00
< 1295.53WsasS Jatenat J.'
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; to belt 8U. and did try it;.end-ea- I' '. :7 : "

1.w Iaad Ii Qq him one! or lte'd"a'.final it t1.. if near;..

q1it And. ttw he';crUoVand SN cried. ail J ,1j !

1 leri-I-D raalatyOTea bit Y r' ". .).R "-. W" !; --

; : We 'I didnt .,\-, Aid,as(;,the ..boynpeke ". ,. ') '',. IjI
+ .thelipe quivered Into" steneoa.presaioa .) I .. ... .." :.1 ,f -.
at :, ;;the little haadi gripped closer j' ?,,
and aide, bat for all that the fiaaUafeyee ," \

grew blurred and the. lids dropped .

downward. .,
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: ', "That's a boss shine on them shoea-' OFTHEPlCimHe

i1 I ins TtitfhiTiftt telling. over-to- :-=

,r: ) + my hand the.%tkee small coins' I.ha4drawn' ,; "1.;, '. '' '....,'::'-,.; Es!;
a.f' : .
r r.A from my pocket. f' .'.. of :::;.-
t "Thar is.a'nice Job!"AId I.gailng tiu 'Ask FO& Yon
Won't You tb Whiskey
; Give ::
., with y\ Bnufual show of admiration at : .e
the work: "and I thought continuedI. '" -
:. '
; .AGhrisbtias tori .' with real regret "that I had two He WiU.Substitute 'Something: ; YouDidn?.t ,A s kF''Ol j '.11

k dimes and a nickel there, and was .... .J.
t thinking that as these were Christmas .. .. ,,' ,. :1:: -

i ) 1 sWrombRi1egCDp times work.rd just" 1 v"Honest e'you, a'quarter for Lookout 'he..Man That Advertises Cut .-. :, ,

1 your
rig&t-191+17J .J1a1iIeo.' -, Capr }
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i "Honest!" I repeated, "but the' fact Prices on PopulaiBrands f 1

coat TCueiaril just fat this .daisy:1 I1 i, is the two dimes, as I thought I they' MESti I
' --1 t h and save 'er up for Christmas. No, I Iwon't ; were are only two three
rl either""be broke' in suddenly; I, I have only eleven cents In change- .cents, a pair of 25 cent socks that has been marked'up to 60 cents. !J''

With' a 'I bright, keen flash of second after alL" SECOND=:Yon won't get the brand you asked.for, because the cut '' 'ff- _
thought "Tell yon what 111 do" boldIng "Sped they'd change a bill fer you oct will be disappointed. %
6'' if he is, of the one you order. It means you s i
up the cigar and gazing alit admiringly 'crost there at the lunch counter he ItMBANTZai 'Ii>

$ : ;."she's a ten y ain't' she!" "Won't have time-there's my train fjj r.,:-

-"" t 1 nodded. just coupling. But take this-111 see ,

". "And worth every. cent of It. too you again some time, perhaps." Buy Rose's goods. They are popular goods., They are advertised' '. i# '
ain't sher"Every "How big a bill is it you want goods and the price is so low on them that they can't be cut. The sale 1I i'' ,1f: tai

I cent of it," I repeated. changed" asked the little fellow witha of Rose goods is, entirely in control.of the R. M.\Rose Com y-one :f DU

"Then give me a nickel, and she's most acquisitive expression, and a .small profit is all we need. When you order Rose geode nu

yourn cause if you can afford to give swift glance at our then lonely surroundings. You buy direct from' the Distiller. dr

this to me tar nothln', looks like I ort ye
to let you hare it fer half price,"'and 1 only have one bill with me," saidI You. side-step: the Middleman. l m,<

r u .laughingly dropped the nickel in nervously, "and that's a five." You avoid bottles being refilled. j a gi

i Us hand he concluded "And theTa "Well, here, then," said the boy tine in
You avoid the disappointment that comes through
aothin mean about me, neither!". riedly, with another and more scrutinizing T<
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tt "Now, go on with your story said I. glance about him-"guess'I can substitution. !
t :How about this 'game you were 'giv 'commodate you." And as I turnedin hinfa

.; 15 ing this morning?" wonder, he drew from some'mysterious And You Get : ;'
.. faei
"Wen. TO tell you,'cap. Us fellers recess In the lining of his coat a ''' .

has got to lay fer ever''nickel, 'cause roll of bills from which he hastily detached Quick service. No order held more than an hour.
t: none of us is bondholders; and they's four In number, then returned .
4 days and days together when we don't the roll;' and before I had recovered Honest:treatment. We'do not feel lhat"the money is \ ITa

I' .f. make enough to even starve on. What from my surprise, he'had whisked the .ours until you have received the goods. ,
I mean.is, we ony make enough to pay note from my fingers and left In my o
ourices the of
f AND QUAUT.Y.You get at goods. fully. equal
-\i. fer aggreratin' our appetites with jest hand Instead the proper change. |I a
. b:: about chuck starvin'- goods costing a dollar or so more on.the four. quarts There is no room, .
enough to keep us "This is on the dead, now, Cap. J. E
!' hungry. So. 'you see, when .a' feller Dent you ever cheep about me bavin j. for cut prices on our goods. They include only.one reasonable profit. I.

'i' ain't got nothln' else to do and his wealth; you 1aow"O&use'ft ain't mina Most Marvelous Gum ntee -: u J) t

1 ": appetite won't sleep in the same bunk -that Is, it is, mine, but'I'm a- (
8 L with him. he's bound to git on to There goes yer train. Ta-ta!" I But as the proof of the pudding is the eating, so the proof of a''good "j

', ii omepln* crooked and sit up.all sorts, "The day bafbre Christmas;" said :L. quality, liquor is a swallow or two hence this the world's' '' r 1a
"M
e' dodges to,git along. Some gives snatching his hind, and speaking hurriedly : Send trial order for any of our goods. Open up one quart bottle.' "K11pu '"iD ,

"tan one thing, and some another, butt -"the day before Christmas, I'm Sample freely. Compare. carefully with any goods costing at least et+. i.k eorTUO Gftll r >

: JOB bet they got to,be mighty slick coming back, and if you'll, be here a dollar more that are-being advertised at supposed cut prices and if tiv ; asucA 4

,-.j' low 'cause people won't have when the five-thirty train rolls in you'll you don't say,right off the reel that our'goods are better quality body, ?* +ooe+a i'rr j,

"tophans/ and fits,' and rlpples,' and find a man that wants his boots taste and in every respect, just keep the quart for your time and trouble '"4 rvts wc" .

f Mrunk fathers and 'mothers that eats 'im.-VX POHT blacked-maybe to get married In, or
) and send the remainder back, express collect, and'Randolph Rose right
f morphine/ and whIteweUlnV, and '
something-anyway hell want a shine snap, bang; quick will shoot the full purchase price back to you by return
and '
consumption, ail that sort o'ii'
like this, and hell come prepared to ,
WITHOUT ANY ARGUMENT. That's w sure ofRose's
mail we are
'er that .
Got down !
: to git finer'n .' pay the highest market price-do you ,
Bu'11 k b!.KitUn'tn-mr wcrk all the understand?" | Quality.'

3 same, dont you ferglt. You,won't ever J her dared to trickle through face.the dirt dont'upon I": "You just ,tell that feller fer ice." If you will send me your order on attached'coupon., on or before Dec,

Mow, nowr I ragged it brother's! And said the boy, eclipsing the twinkle of ember 23, I will send you with my compliments and best wishes, a.pint .

''How could I blow' and what if, I you forget l one eye and dropping his voice to an* of delicious Raspberry CORDIAL. It is very, tasty and I am sure you ,.:1\_
fid( ? I don't live here" I replied. 0 that boy down there upon his inflection of strictest confidence-"yon will like it very much. ,I''l- .
knees!-thereIn the cinders and the -
"Well you better' 'never blow, any- fist tell that feller fer me that I'm his ''Better send:your Christmas order to Rose. Then there will be no SOUK PUCES. !
dirt-so far far down beneath us that ,
.. low; 'cause'! if ever us duffers would oyster!" I substitution,,and no disappointment fill in the: .ttached'coupon. ; -; 7
' we trample on his breast and grind our Qun i
oyster
ll lit on to it you'd be a sp'iled L
| "And youll meet him. sure? said Coupon-Tear Off Here. 4' '
heels into his very heart: 0 that boy s a
t "Go on," I said with an assuring "I will," said the boy.: And he kept ; 'US
there, with,his lifted and God's Purity Eye 4.M .
a eyes
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his word. '
time I Forefather .._ :
Cora 4.00 US
, own glory shining In his face, has ;
"The lay rm on Jist now" he con.Ii ,i taught eel with 'an eloquence beyondthe I ,# I" + Old Woodroff' RmrtxaulOO: 5.75"'ut

: tinned dropping his voice and looking trick of mellow-sounding words My ride home was an Incoherent + RANDOLPH ROSE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. + Lone l'iD.Cora----l.OO. ,l.'Zt.LIS t

s ii; cautiously around Is a-hidin my box and metaphor, that love may find a' fluttering of the wings of time, In + SIRS- '- +, :

;and a-rushin' in. suddent-like. where, purer home beneath the rags'of poverty which travail one fretful ,hour .was. -+'' 'Please ship me;.the following and don't forget that fine bottle + ; : .-- -
born to iuP" its first few minutes helplessly
,
'r v? _e1'a crowd V nobs a-talttn' politics and rice than in all the great +. of Raspberry Cordial FREE: *
.,r' somepia','and a jlat startin' in, and ;, warm heart of Charity. j ; then moan roll over and kick # -+ RANDOLPH ROSE, Pre&rj
I'I | out its legs and sprawl about then
I I Iarflashtn' I ;
j"lore they know what's a-comin' I'm I hardly knew what impulse prompted 0
.
crawl a little-stagger to its feet and ----------- ------- ------------------=---, ------
: up> a nickel er a dime and me, but as the boy rose to his feet : '
: atdlla"em if I only had enough more and held his totter on; then tumble down a time or I ;
hand out for the
to make'50 compensation two and knock its empty head against! + ----------------------------------------------- ----------
and cents I could buy a blackin'box for hIa'i I'caught the little the floor and howl; then loom up awk- I ; :: R M R 0 S E-
; ;wouldn't have to sat no boot dingy palm close, close within my .
.
,!i I wardly on gangling legs, too much in + + ,
t o' my grandmother! And two minutes 'and ---------------------------------- -------------. '
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own, wrung it as, I would have ; i .
';+ ;i ehinnin' does it. don't yon see cans .wrung .the hand 'of some great con- > +
a they don't know nothin' "bout blackin' + Name \ .; + :
queror. : x -- ---- -- -- ----- ---- ;
: ; ;doses:',they'ie jut as son as you air. I I I The lIttle fellow stared;at me Inwonderment _t. f fir '. '.-: .. : ."-' \, : + D- 'M'PANY' : ..

} .They got an idy, maybe that blackin' and although his lips .+ ExpressOffice: -L-----'---._?-:.-----. ,",_____: ____--_ ,,_ : .' .. ;: .
.
pmn comes all the way from Chlny, were'silent I cannot but believe that # ,

'- with cokeynnt whiskers packed 'round had the + parted with the .utterance t. Post Office i : + -:
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{'em1 and I make it solid by a- within his heart"my feelings bad received JACKSONVILLE, .FLORIDA'Dlsalkry '

tU iI'm on' goln' to git a second-hand box no higher recognition thai,the .. '
SI + R. F. D. or Street : ___ State + ;
"e .;-see? But that aint the p'int-it's old. contemptuous phrase, "Oh,.what ------ -- ------- ----- ------ ftegtttlitd-f No. 33,;

fee Mr, Nickel already got Oh! till you'givln me?" .. f + E69llllllllllll'llllllllllllllll + t' : ,

'paralyze 'em ever time! Sometimes "And so you've got a'family on your II II IlimillllMill. 6&Kitridefkentack7,
fc&ersll make 75 cents er dollar hands I I ,1
A up a Inquired,'recovering'an air .i
and teU me to 'git anew bozo and go of simple curiosity, and toying in my I ., .,,:

K ,. fcto the business>> right' That's a thing pocket with some bits of eh&nge."Bcnr -_?

'ttat always rattles me. Now if they'd much of a family?" >. r !>

t:'r growl a little and look like they "On*> three of us now." inl althongh tie na lPectfnr official! f_ +IIytrtiRe.i&

jut a-puttln' tip 'cause the first "Only three of you, eh? Yourself 0' accepted the statement as a truth, round into)term and shape more taI-(.

s' one did I can; stand it: but when they and Sis and-and-" with the proper reduction in the fare,; gable 'my dUel was',such -that at;, .

!ID to pattin me on the head, and ,"The old man," said the boy uneasily the car-wheels called that boy a ""liar"! down, and'to my fancy framed a' ;

::"t t rfellin' me that's right\and 'not to : and after a pause In which he for 20 miles-and 20 miles u long and'I' 'unlovely feme that suited It; :--
lie afeared o' seemed to swallow tedious as he has ever compassed in fI
i i ( work and 111 'come out an utterance more hummed wltja, It, in an undertoai ?
;;t : 7."andate1lln'meto'l1ta'lood.. bitter, he added. "And he- ain't no good his journey through this vale of tears. QUIel&l satisfaction: :
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,-.: MbatanUal ,box while I'm a-sitUn'.' on earth The car-wheels on this bitter winter
t x f and t-P I1)'ln' up handsome, there's "Can't works I queried. evening .were not at all communicative. ;How h it.from'fur-tow here'Fionrherft fur- *

itwhere I weaken-I do, honest! And "Won't work," said the boy bitterly. They were sullen and morose. to happiness -

.Mrer, sd"! plainly as at that moment "He wont work-he won't do nothln' They didn't feel like singing, and they When i returned!, that same refiiJj-!

4 ,did I see within his face and in his -on'y budge! And I hat to steer him i i.a i. wouldn't laugh. .They had no jokes, rode;back Into the city with EM..;**

...' !\yes:the light of true nobility. in 'ever' night 'cause the cops wont and if there was one peculiar quality the gay metropolis was robing for tta

.. (,' "You see," he went on, in a tone of pull him any more-they won't let him ii iI'Nir' of tone they possessed in any marked banquet and the ball. AH the wan '*

.voice half courage, half apology T got i in the station house more'n they'd let degree it was that of sneering. They of the crowded thoroughfares yert' '/
.U' l him in a parley 'cause he's a plum Atom ts! F
i family on my.hands, and r Jist got kindling mt '! splendor.
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discordant '
goner now, and liable to croak had a harsh, snarl as it Barelpt'
Ito git along somehow I could git along any streets rode lordly carriages '
minute. seemed, and ,were .spiteful and insinuating. and "",'
-y Ion the square deal u long as mother <4 ed down with costly silks C
"Liable to what!- said t, a- twinkling and UDboO ,
{was alive-:'cause she'd work-but ever and gems
nee she died-and that wga ;winter I "Liable,to list keel over-wink out The topic they had chosen for thatnight's I. treasures, .In 'unnumbered .p&e.

fere laat-l"e kind o' had to double yon know-'cause he has fits-kind o* consideration was evidently of that one tone mace of needed
; "on the old thing all sorts o' ways. But jimjams I guess. 'Had a fearful old a very' complex and mysterious nature would have snapped their axles and a,

'Bis don't know,it :Sis she thinks I'm matinee with him last night! You see % and they gnawed and mumbled -at it feather's weight of pure benevolea-.

t. the squarest muldoon In the business" he comes all sorts o' games on me,"and ,w- with such fierceness and withal, such would bave'eplfntered ever? Pk8-, .

'lad even side by side with the homely I hat to put up fer. him-'cause he'a selfishness I could only catch a flying And the old refrain rode with JIll

4 1" utterance a great sigh faltered from got to have whisky and If we can on'y i *JJEEB HIM!* fragment of it now and then, and that through U:. alir-as stoical r tlell
<< I noticed was off the coarsest fiber of to tw
<<' J hi*lips. keep him about.so full he's a regular and unchangeable as fate-and
1" \ "And 'who is Sisr inquired with lamb; but he dont stand'no monkey intelligence,and 9f slangy flavor. Listening same depraved and slangy tone III

In when te wants whisky now yon with the most painful Interest which It seemed ,to find an espe'
aew interest their' own way to comprehend that I at last made out the fact that the In-
I bet! Sis can handle him better'n me I pride it Bang:and sang again:
.j. Star he repeated knocking my foot but she's been a-losin' her grip on him they were In the way of everybodyelse flection seemed to be in the interrogative -
..front the box, and.leaning,back, still ; then limp a little as it worried and, with anxiety the most Intense How fur-how fur
:) lately- Sis ain't stout
you see. anymore Is it from here-
r :to the old position; his hat now lying ,and been sick-like so Ions oa-drop down exhausted-moan again I slowly came to comprehendthat From here to Happiness T {

.. the ground beside him. and his she, humors him. you know, more'n -toss up its hands-shriek out and die they were desirous of ascertaining The train that for''e minutes ha4. +

;,: trowyy.hair,tossed backward from the she'd ort And he couldn't git on his In violent convulsions. the exact distance between two been lessening1 Jn speed toiled pabt-
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.' hap.,broad'brow: 'Who's Sin' here pins at all ylsterday morning, and Sis We have all had, that experience othe given points, but the proposition fully along, an4 as I arose Impattent1

',;;'- .peated with an upward smile that almost I sent fer me and I took him down a car-wheels d them enter mtc seemed determined not to round into and reached bcshind me for my Orel
; da Wm-"W'y.. Sis is-Is'w'y. ecnvemtlcn with u aa we gaily etr. fuller than mockIngly "Hello.W!
f 4 pint and that set Nisi a-runnin' so that significance to query coat a cheery Voice cried. ;
: : I. Sis U"'the boss girl-and don't youWt when I left he made Sis give up a barked upon some pleasant trip, perhaps "How fur bit! How-fur is it! Want a kitj 111 he'p you with that I

:l Itto ; had them rattle off In scraps of How fur, how fur is It?";and sp on to benjamin;" and as I looked around
; < No need W h. to teD me more thanttla. quarter he saw me slip her; and it most exasperating.. limit'.As ''this of my nUll :
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lightly twit with deuone' a features
]11011& or us some saw the grimy
+ I knew who'.SII" was by theUgbt list happened I run Into him that evening 1Of fAKE
name or even go so far as to senseless phrase was repeated and reiterated I: m: LP hero of the brush and box.
and got him In, or he'd ,froze to '
; of in the uplifted eyes: I delighted
J pride
; laugh at us and.mock us for some reali in its growing harshness and "Hello!" said L'*s much
had
-' toew'who W81a"/was by the exultation death. I guess he must.'a' kind o' : drI
or fancied dereliction of car etiquette. unchanging intonation the relentless as awprited. "Where did JOG
the broken voke;, and -the halide 'eet,last night 'cause he..was the wildest ( .
t :la t pertinacity of the simply : .
11 shall ever have good reason to remember query grew What wafted the emp'hMTiedd fl'omr "
.of the frowsy head: I man you eYer&w grasshoppers
ibab toMlag "
o how once upon a time a boy i agonizing and when at tones the car Tafrain would lift ?pp .totgb .ft
yba "YI'p.i''br.the little with paper"collars .on. ,and old me fron my: seat
+ .. '. it feerteea.though greatly nadeselsed, door opened to admit. .r .mu. or and drag :'aid I "
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STARKE,, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, December 181914. ;NUMBER 24:
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1:1I: TELEGRAPHS"SIXTEENPAGE. "SAVED" FREEZING-' HORSE. LION BEARDED IN DEN JOHN GRIPPES HELD UNDER,$500 :

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Tramped Three Miles to Blan- Germans Shelling English Sea ,
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i -- cftJjsTMASEDfl1ONTfflSEEKjERAY ket Wooden Image.Mrs. Coast Towns. i BOND FOR SPRING TERM OF COURT '1

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,. ..,. r -- William Bonner, a nurse, of ,The European war situation has r II< '
: Copake, N. Y.,' was sitting up one undergone little change of late and
ALL
j 1 CHRISTMAS TO METHODIST ASSIGNMENTSRev. night this week with a patient, when the news has been so monotonous and BUILDERS' BUSY SEASON IMPERSONATING-- OFFICER
she looked from the window and saw
< instructive Articles, -- a horse, unharnessed, standing in the conflicting as to be uninteresting.But Drew "Knife on Girl While At-
rtorks. -, Rev. John M. Hendry Will ,Suc- snow at the railway station. a new phase has developed which War Scare Has Had No Effect '
.
"News_ and Advertisements ceed Rev. B. T. Rape. An hour later the horse was still promises more energetic proceedings On Building Here. tempting to Arrest Her ,

Holiday Goods. there, and fearing he would freeze, :than have taken place of late. On Bogus Charge. .
of '
\ -, The annual conference of the Flor- kindly Mrs. Bonner telephoned to The Germans, with a persistencelittle The building firms of Starke, the '-t

Thi, issue of ,the Telegraph con ida Methodist church was held at Constable Reynolds. He left his warm short of wonderful, and resources Quigley Lumber and Supply Co, and A case of unusual;interest came before -
this and the precsd- bed, walked three miles through the
Arcadia during endless have dared
apparently
selected to
of well D. C. Jones have
been Judge Geo.
taiiii 'aJxteen pages very lucky in A. 0ardiner Wednes- _'"
folks and Christmas ing week, Bishop Morrison presiding.The snow and threw a blanket over the beard the British lion in his den. Ear-
mattei'for the man suffering no evil effects. from the Eu- day morning when John
for the women and chU- session was a very interesting animal, saying: ly Wednesday morning, German war Griffis, a well.
stories unusual, number of advertisements "Whoa, boy; I'll take care of you." ships shelled Hartpool and Scarborough ropean war. To"the contrary, as soon known citizen living,near Starke was

dren. Also an, mostly, from the local one.Among the appointments made When Reynolds started to lead the on the northeast coast of Eng- as the war news came work began to arrested on two counts, for impersonating -

merchants.. The well set ads and the that immediately concern Starkeitcs, animal away he discovered it was a land. The shelling was not severe, increase until they at times had to go an officer aind'.for assault with,
variety of type and borders are, we notice that Rev.B. T.Rape, of our wooden horse consigned by freightto but enough to throw London into a to the limit of their resources to keepup intent to murder.
peat advertisement< for theTelegraph's Methodist church, has been assignedto a local harness maker. panic.' British war ships engaged the with the demands made upon th;m.
in torn a good circuit and The completion of the school During the trial the following was,
'job printing office, prov- the Melrose and Waldo enemy and the admirality has declared new
: that nothing, the line of print he intends to move to Melrose next MASONIC OFFICERS ELECTED. that the situation is "developing." house made demand for sidewalks substantially, told'b : witnesses: -

, :ing, capacity week. Mr. Rape has ably filled his urgent; then came the remodeling and Saturday night Griffis went to the
it. beyond our ,
i ing We hope,and know that our readers pastorate during his encumbency here HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.The stuccoing .of. some of the business home of.James Casoa, who lives two
; will, carefully'scan the advertisements and he as well as his excellent family The local lodge of Free and Ac blocks. Thanks to this flood of work miles and a half. west of Starke, and

j and see what the merchants made many ffriends who regret cepted Masons held their annual election young ladies and gentlemen I employment of mechanics: and laborers told Mr. Cason's family 'that Ozie, {

; have to offer. ''The Starke merchants to see them leave. Pastor Rape of officers Monday evening. The who are attending institutions of has been steady, and these people., son of Mr., Cason, ''who works for

1 are a class to themselves, being the and family have the best wishes of following were chosen: learning,in other cities are expectedto who would have been the first to suffer I Sheriff S. B. Denmark had been killed

? "only ones on record" who did not- take' all.His W. M., W. G. Brooks.S. return home today or tomorrow. from a stagnation of work, have by the latter, and' he urged Cason

:'advantage of ,the war to raise prices successor will be Rev. John A. W., J. E. Wilson.J. Misses Jenanette Matthews and Lu- experienced no evil effects from the 'to go and sea about) it. But Cason

.t., 'sky high.. Their motto is to "live and Hendry, of the Springeld,church, of W., F. F. Stump. cile Freeman from 'the Florida Fe- I "war scare." I did not believe' what ,was told.him and
i ;Jet;live." While times are av little Jacksonville. Mr. Hendry held the Treasurer, W. T. Weeks. male Seminary at Tallahassee and While the big rush is over smaller 'did not go.

I [;harder' than, usual, yet; somehow, pastorate here nine or ten years ago. Secretary, N. Sternberg. Messrs. Ray White, Henry and Ed- building enterprises are going on in I From what transpired later the

':'Christmas is ,blessed among seasons He is an able preacher, is very popu- Chaplain, Jesse Thomas. win Freeman, of this ,city, and Mar- and around Starke. J. R., Davis is II story proved to be a ruse to get Casoa

'?;. land we have plenty now as.we always lar and his old friends will be glad to 'Senior Deacon, H. C. Richard. cus Brown, of Lawtey, from the Uni- building a garage for his fine new away from home. A'15-year old girl

f 'had,'and a brisk trade is anticipated. meet him again. Junior Deacon, J. P. Tomlinson. versity of Florida at Gainesville. A car; Mrs. E. Johns.is having an ad- from 'the.Melrose neighborhood was

J\J ,The stocks kept by our merchants are Rev. R. L. Horniker will take chargeof Tyler, Elias Crews. warm welcome awaits them all. dition and other improvements made a visitor in the Casoji home. Griffis ,

}i ;io complete and,varied that any buyer the Lake Butler pastorate and Rev. The meeting was a very enthusi- to her residence, corner south and waited until the girl ';tarted'to go to

" i ,who comes to town is sure to find H. L. Ezell will supply Lawtey and astic one. The lodge has a ,large Walnut streets; R. 0. Gnann is hav the Ozie Cason home!,, then overtookher

what he wants at reasonable price. Baldwin. membership who work together in. DIED. ing a two-story residence built on his and said he was B deputy'sheriff

t 1 'The.' Telegraph is thankful to its Rev. H. G. Davis was chosen as harmony.The --..- farm a short .distance' southeast of with a warrant for,',her( arrest for

, :patrons-for:their support and wishes presiding elder. of the Jacksonville large oak stump in front of Mrs. Mattie Forsyth, wilt of Mr. town, and 0. B. Sweat is ,having sundry murder. The girl became frightenedand
, 'them all'a'merry Christmas. But our district. Rowan Forsyth, died at the home of additions and improvementsmade turned toward \ie house but
Col. A. residence
V. has been
'', enjoyments 'will be ,partly1 clouded Among other appointments of in- removed by Long's two intrepid colored men he,mother, Mrs. Taylor, in the north- to.hiS' new residence near the Griffis grabbed her, drew a knife and

t' ,this.time; for'warm Southern hearts terest we note that Rev..E. J. Gates and the in that ern part of Starke, Thursday afternoon Ellington place, recently purchased i threatened to cut':her; throat unless
landscape neighbor-
,' cannot forget,the misery of, the, war was assigned to Monticello, C. W. hood has in looks. the cause of her death being from Dr. Williams. Money seems to she submitted-to-arrest. she managed
I :carried on by the unwise men of the Mathison to' Fernandina and C. W. improved puerperal eclampsia. Many friends be plentiful usual in this section to cry out, which-brought to her .

Fiat:: Millions of human beings suffer Inman to Wesley Memorial, Jackson Get our prices for printing and we sympathize with the bereaved fam- and our builders look forward to con- assistance Mr. Caton'>and wife, who

i" Prom ,starvation and cold, and ville. will get your orders. fly. tinued emploYment. made Griffis turn her loose. .

;while,.we, in plenty and with a good '- -' -' Monday the girl went to Judge Gardiner

l :win toward all, celebrate the advent TOOK NO RISK. and were out avarrant!; for,the .
,of,::the'Child in the -Manger,'other arrest of her ,aseailant. The arrest
I 'millions hurl death and destruction was-made by She i1l' -Denmark. .
,
One day last week a Starke citizenwas
:toward each other. Yet we have the At the trial Grlffij pleaded not
in Jacksonville. He dearly liked
'satisfaction of having alleviated some guilty and Judge Gardiner bound him
waffles and went to a hardware storeto QCANDY
i ,of,the misery of a stricken country over to the spring tern} of the circuit
purchase a waffle iron. On making
}i semi,the seas, and we can but.pray his wish known the salesman court, iit the,sum of $ ,fjO. .
,ant hop that "the evangel of peace SEASONGIjY.s -, -.'' 5-
turned pale and talked and acted in
i. will .toon take the place of the batifmSBOROUGHSTAYS .
t: Ue De. a very agitated m nner. The Starke GREAT THINGS.iCOMING., ;
it- -r. man asked if he was ill.
--r=y .
: J WET "No, it ain't that,"'said the clerk, A The much-berated .Ilhn' D. 'Rooke-
,"but whenever I waffle iron I
I
see a
V ATr- .-- feller may yet, by the means ofinstitute jris
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! : get all upset. It is like this, see.
you
t for medical
... "Tampa: Dec. 15 Hillsborough research, prve
. county voted wet by a decided majority My father was very fond of waffhs the greatest benefactor'mankind ever
wet I and got an iron and compelled my had-that is the enthusiastic
In the or dry election today., if e. and
F" ,Tbe'vote was overwhelmingly wet, mother to bake'.em every morning. optimistic medicos :wo/king out their

,tilt incomplete returns showing a majority Once he was in a great hurry and pes pet theories there everget: beyondw

ef at least. 1,400 votes against tered my mother to make haste. experimental stage in? certain <9ge-
: k Standing by a hot stove sort of raises tions. .
.prohibition, I Transplanting cf organs, mhs-
: 'Estimates based on the reports j:women's temper and she hit pa on 1 cles and limbs from 'one animal :to
: the head with the iron. The old :
< from man another have been
; ,the'thirtysiz: precincts indicate; successful in many
r :'that'Ut, vote will:be close to two to I If was a blithering idiot until his death instances. .Taking kidney out oi a

;. :'one'for.selling.., and-say", has your wife much of a dog and making it grow fast to the

f 'Surprises were: given the prohibi-I temper? animal's neck was' ve'y cute and a

ft" }icincU.tioniats'the in"i' number the city pre- ,it's"Why:no telling, no," what was the she answer may develop, "but around the corner and you know ts store is ready. Christmas is just I i I signal cussess, no m: ter' what the
eaidential sections, that, T Q anti-vivisectionists miy say. Plying

,had'been:counted In'the ,dry column i 111 under favorable conditions.this afternoon.Reckon HIS IS the candy season and Guy'his glorious day will not be complete I interior organs outside of the
,Both ot the Hyde Park precincts went see you again I human body could not'help being ben-

f "w t;and: (Tampa Heights several Maybe 111 change" my mind and buya without a box of Jacob's "Made Last Night" Bons Bons, or Coated Brazil Nuts/ efieial in many cases, ajs. their lack of

: are in thewet: column. refrigerator 'I I accessibility in their natural positions

: !Every-precinct in Plant City went J Now is preeminently! the candy season of the year. It is always well to now, makes it hard to cure ailments ,

"dry,and saloons will be entirely voted COLD WEATHER. (--of the'stomach, liver, fcjdneys, heart,
associate Guy's with good candies. More people than ever are doing -
,out fo that city In this fact there is lungs etc. Transplanting: limbs and

,I ''alnwst,the; the sofa, grain of comfort for Washington, Dec.the C northwest 15.-A frigid so this year, with the result that 'before, the Christmas'rush I t muscles, transfusing Me 1<1, skin graft.. .;..
embracing and
dry forces. wave
; ing, and So on, opens,r any possibilities. -
, :karm' 'of fraud were made'in one practically all sections east of the sets in, we have supplied candies in boxes and bulk; so as to '; The old may be*made young, j
I( ,or .two. el the'Ybor City distrlcts'and Mississippi, set new cold records today the weak strong, the foolish wise by

DoBotoBarkdistricts. by the drys, i nmany cities. The forecast is be perfectly able to serve you promptly. An excellent Q "working" on them in"the: proper way.

,hut;., were not prepared to say that the low temperatures will continue f E Take, for instance, the!:case of the-
: 'b* they would insist on recounts or I I'r for the next forty-eight hours line of Cigars and Tobacco In Holiday Boxes. All ,I proverbial "elderly bookkeeper," who '

, : .&der, they> would go farther. over the eastern half of the country. # has saved up $1000 and:wishes to return '
't! b'tceoENEN, kinds of Fireworks. 9lf I convenient
come
Below zero temperatures registered ; to the soil. His ale, his weak
TRICKED BRITISH. in West ., .. '
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; ; ,Virginia, Western Pennsylvania 4 ness his ignorance K against him. He
J JJ Ohio, Indiana, while in the .i, '.. V: c 'In to-day. I decides to spend one-half: if his means

,J.j Ids .E. C. T. ,Troubridge, South Atlantic and East Gulf States for
: physical improvement and
puts
|t|. n-* Cvth,British squadron eom-I I except the Florida peninsular, the : : > :. < ., ,:.- "} L ,I himself under the care of' a Rockefeller "'

;* Madto.wjujam at the opening Of mercury was well below the freezing '- .' ., I surgeon. His bald pate is planted }
5 "rd H keen absolved of all blamejywafcUon point. The citrus fruits in South : : : : I with skin having hair unstreaked '

oft r' with the escape of the Florida were not damaged.It : I i with gray the parts- of=; his skull
't\ sad Breslau from the Straite is said that in Georgia the weath I where good agriculturists should {
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-llaeslos. Italy. He was able to er was the eoldest experienced in five : : : have bumps (according to the phrenologists

.. l" by Ma log book and witnesses years. 1.,. ) are expanded the lower
; ;
i Itak,BN Bush ; .
( admirality bad wind :tLk : face is provided with a firm chin; additional ,
,bz teulQW the ships to move. Be- CARD OF THANKS. : : : .; ,f: i muscles are grafted,onto his p
thst
i!! n the admiralty news its biceps; Ms spindle ,shanks are replaced ;d
9. Admiral 'Troubridge allowed We wish to express our thanks to ;. : : '-f''t' : '- .1 with a better pair from a de-
M ftinaxto, leave .unmolested, and ......:: ,:. :. ":'.tll't !;\, ,. '
' those who So kindly assited in putting **brier '
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1 t(ow.it appears purchased that by Turkey.the wireless but the fire which threatened to d- : .. Co"" : ;jr. ;\; :", :,- :,!' :," ; :":.,!",,;; ,' :':: ',,,:<, .; : out and cleaned and;oiled; his wrin-
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kles erased and :_
atroy our home on last Monday. are two qu rtapI
; 0GUY'S
!image. tame from the Goeben it- y
MR. and MRS. E, M. THOMAS. 4 blood fro ma lusty hobo :are pumped
tte .
new code of the British k
. blood from a lusty hobo, !are pumped
i:1 1l.'-.1.'d, been in use only a
: MARRIED.
:* a young, strong, agile,7 aggressive
f* The incident emphasizes
rr ; farmer. The many :similar benefits
, wore' the superb efficiency oft Mr. J. H. Pitts F
and
Mrs. Josephine k which may accrue from these experiments -
t: 1 Germanspy system. To secure Anders'were married Sunday, Decem. '' are legion. ;$* '
theode
, -t : they mUi .have had a spy, ber 13th, by County Judge Geo. A. ,

;:1a:. traitor high in the British navy Gardiner. Mr,, Pitt is a farmer of Better syrup and more ,of 'it ,has

* -'/c Aeeording to the census bureau, up the Long Bridge section and they will bee nmade in this section!'this season

>frteDecember.8; 3030 bales of cotton make their,home there. Their many: I than ever before.. .A large gtantity
friends wish them ,
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= been ginnedin Bradford much happiness. 0'I
county, I has been canned & <.exiwrted, and
'%*?, *!against 2595 on the same date .
; Clyda Alvarez, of Jacksonville, spent an article of such good\ quality can-

?''*: T Sunday with relatives in'Starke. II I not help but find a favorable market

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fact Headache,' backache it,try it oat! Buy,today,I eaa of- &e Dee SIoct

'. ,' ,weak rideacne to, aemnsm fcdiag- D'AA \AA STOCK &,POULTRYInsure s _

f : are some of the symp "_
." 5t F toms'ad TOO must rid IlEDlCINE 0',
'.! .... ore of fiKmborderto .. 2ScC ...U"'..
.. ,. 1 ,jooneif a. .el f/l W 1 ieIb/tt JUrA p" ,
:' .' '/",: -- feet o. Thousands JGIl '
S of womea-'who bare
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P remedy urge you to
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'' TADCardui
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I r.io':,; HEN You want to make a nice' 0 Many of our friends have come
, I I'l' W 's With

I J.: useful present come to us and to us wanting furniture, matting,

i we can fit you out. if you want to .matting* rugs, beds, mattresses, etc., J.R. DAVIS &COMRSTARKE '

make present to some worthy family at the special twenty-five per cent Th Woman's ToE FLORIDAAnd ::

in need we can make some very
discount that we offered for ONE
'i low prices on children's cloaks and Mis. Sytrania Woods Wear That Satis r
WEEK ONLY, that we have.decided to oiCCftoo Mills,Kjn says: ]
dresses. We have toys and dolls- "Before taking Card, :

., : Children's" rockers, toy wagons, china make a special discount of twenty per V I was,at fines,so weak 1 Smile
could hardly walk, and '
'; and glass ware, water sets, cups, cent on these goods from Saturday, I, the pain fa my back and ,

t saucers, vases and jardinieres, lamps December Nineteenth, until January f r head nearly killed'me.
: three bottles .
After taking
and many! other useful and ornamental First only. ; of Cardui,the pains dis x r-r

articles. : appeared. Now fed as
This is opportunity.
your ME
I We have many pieces of fine fur- These goods are not "marked .I snffffing weflasleverdid.woman should Every j' LARGE

f ture, rockers, dressers, wash stands, i trJ CarduL. Qetabotfletoday.
up" to sell down. The values are gen- E-68 BOTTLE
chiffoniers III
kitchen
J chairs, tables,. I .4 -- -- ,

safes and kitchen cabinets, matting, uine. I I Feel i bad, do you? Wcra alt? Tired i ---' ..

; matting rugs, art squares, etc., any What you need b-- .

I of which would, make a suitable holi IMPORTED, LAPROBES-We, have temporary, bat will often last for ROSE'S HEDICffii -

i, day gift. some beautiful patterns. years.
1 The Buddhists, who believe in trans- orMALT.. WHISKEY \
'
-'SVi.I : : ,:.,--" ,, ,. >, migration, hold that the departed --coos pu_ .
; f ? Spirit'is' apt to.enter an animal as a ---a Builds masde and flesh.Sanditlte: Joy cf
man in the future life. While our 5yoothboundmgTcoabyoameijcrost
.i \ makes bat palatable like icy good vhi !;.1. Roses
religion such a belief ineompat-

f We can fit you out with a Suit of Clothes future ible, it must punishment be confessed to that'a be worse a BIG FREE OFFER Send offer$good J mr ociyto(Jare 5Sfe.bottIesRose"212,

Medicinal Malt and I '
Till send free
Ton one tItrI
lugs *
"swapping horse, passing from one botfly making fire bottles of Malt ia sfl,cxprusprcnuiLprodded I
at a price to suit your pocketoook.I brutal master to 'another for years, you use
Tars CO UPON
\ cannot be well imagined. When a C01JPONofi expires Dccsuber '
'. horse becomes a "swapping horse" he rte IISIIUD E 61 D 1"fQqeUhu .1Io&&JoGff..r"'I"e1)( I( ;'

I crosses his Styx and enters Inferno.i I .3J.f1mD EOSE; F..eaH sip Cot foRoeiag:_ ., -
Henry Ward Beecher, the greatest -
divine America ever had, ,said that mTUm

there could be no reason,why a horse '
NEWELL B. HULLPROPRIETOR who had been kind and faithful all 'R.I.RoseCo.BalM '
.
his'life should not be rewarded witha .JadsomIe, lta F.xpreraOtrkeI. ':.
heaven.
..Yxt,YaoWoa Pad OIrllJJ ".
Florida farmers generally treat -'
their horses well, but they seem to JIlIJtf.
I have no feeling for their cattle. Mere :
.
; skeletons in winter the cows will of- .'
i ten stand shivering in the cold rain
'
f :. Before theirowners'' gates, mutely
asking for food and shelter, mobil
THE'GREAT'BLooD PUR1FIER7Asuccessful !
iIn generally begins his career with torturing it, his life. their owners sit warm and contented $,,z
for Rheumatism
ANIMALS remedy
BE KIND TO feasting the proceeds of their ,dood-
on
animal-- There are man, who Our civilization has progressed too herds, II PPP and all Blood Diseases JL wonderful tonic'fcr both]
their
But dumb
t& when provoked to anger by other far to countenance bull fighting, gan prayers are men and women. Has been manufactured for tie I
They Were Given Us For Ser men, swallow their rage until they der pulling and other cruel sports; denied and thel often dis from ex- past 35;years. At all Dn sists,$lJ 0. '%'i
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I = : vice, Not .For Abuse. come home and then ease themselves but don't we sometimes "strain at a posure. F. V. UPPMAM CO.. Savannah, Ga '
-, by mercilessly beating their poor de- ghat and swallow a camel?" We Some cruelties to animals are excusable -< -
The dominion over animals was given but.others are not. There is
fenceless horses. What a mean, cowardly surely do when we encourage "horse
': us by the Creator for our,benefit. spirit it must be that can swapping conventions." The poor, no excuse for starving horse or amule' ,
But we often take advantage of their prompt such an action! starved,broken down, often blind hor- and then trying to infuse the
helplessness and treat them,' not as All domestic animals are kind when ses are by means of drugs, the whip strength by means of the whip. Nei- I
a gift from the Lord but,as if, they treated well. If they are cross and and the spur compelled for the sake ther is there any ekcuse for compell- II
were criminals serving out a sentence ugly it because they have been ill- of their owner's gain, to simuate a ling animals to work with galled I 1Last
backs and shoulders.
1 for a crime. The first plaything a treated We owe so much to the ani- strength and spirit they do not pos- The young man f rl
little toddling boy reaches for is a mal world that we should appreciatethe sess; their drunken masters swagger who hires a horse on a hot day,checks ,
I whip and the first time he is elevated 1 gift by treating bur dumb ser- about and with keen whips deal cuts up the animal's head until he can ( l
1 te the honor of driving a horse he vants well Some regions of the world right and left, and the spectators jeerat hardly see the ground, plies the whip II
and tries to "show off" and get hismoney's
plies the whip- and jerkS the reinsdiligently. would be uninhabitable but for the the sorry appearance of the poor
worth out of the horse
i : Boys are cruel or at least services of the dog; the taming of I travesties on horseflesh instead of until -
the latter almost from thirst For the Bie
drops
thoughtless, but whichever is the cattle released us from the cave-dwel- pitying their plight Few mothers
and fatigue, should be given time
cause for the ill-treatment of animals ler's estate; civilization we owe, !allow their little boys to witness the i l Tf
it should be checked early, for a boy in a great measure, to the horse. Yet I execution of a criminal, but there is enough in the calaboose to atone for :
who delights in it or cannot comprehend how many do even half pay this no- :nothing half so brutalizing about a his hard-heartedness.' Such cases come Cleaning Out Sale
under the of sheriffs
jurisdiction and
the misery he inflicts cannot ble animal for his services! Still, I hanging as about a horse swapping '
marshals, for the state has law
grow up to be a good man A man starved and flogged he willingly givesus !convention. The misery of these,horses a '
who turns out to be notoriously bad his services and, when we demand : is not, like the bull's in the arena, against cruelty to animals. I .. ,
k I But one kind of brutality the law -tr '
.
can never reach-it is that practiced ;'1
wi I by fur trappers. If the trips wire Remember More
Only dew
visited daily the suffering of the animals a
captured would soon be ended, :'i .J

i but often three to four days elapse Days of the Sale. Come
Big
Give Useful Christmas between the rounds. 'The misery of j .

the poor captive,may be imagined as i '

they, if they can, will in their agony l i Early and You* Winter
get
gnaw off the foot that is fast and
limp away, but often they are caughtin I l I ;
Presents such a manner that even this relief I IA. : ,"
: '" ,is denied them. Gophers and II Supply. '.'. 1:
\ rabbits prey on'the farmers' plants, i.,
II and there are farmers who will impale I ;r.
I the former on sharp fence rails
and crush the feet of the latter and
turn them loose. How is that for A. Wa.igk:

.. Christian forbearance? .

A SOUTH A NICE HEATER Conversely, dogs exposed to the excruciating .
'. pains of the vivisection table
i. : '__ ,'_. BEND MALLEABLE WOULD BE A VALUABLE have been known to wag their :;. ..:
4 tails when spoken to. Could a Chris- -
RANGE AND USE- tion go farther in loving their ene- ;,y '
I mies? r

ould be Valuable FUL PRESENT. i Be kind to all animals, but if they
4'V a -
Pen do damage kill them in a merciful 1 Mac and
W and Useful Knives' Carving !I way. I Mowing ] es

ft t Sets and various other j I In the pulpits our preachers inveigh .
Christmas Present useful against all other transgressions, but '
present I It seldom or never mention..,the sin of l Rakes
cruelty to animals. Let them not I

< forget the humanizing effect of cal- II I IT IS CHEAPER TO OWN YOUR OWN
,
ling attention to it, and that '
I i THAN RENT 1
"He prayeth best i ;

DeWitt C. Jones I. All things Who loveth, both best great and small,. 1 SOLD ON TIME

For the good God who loveth us I'
He made and loveth alL"Invigorating At prices lower than you have ever heard of. They j.

; to the Pile and Skkly must be sold. :
Hardware Starke Florida I It The Old Standard renent I, :
L GKOVE'S 3faaristerkheslDebbodandbatldseptLealafem. TASTELESS chill TOXIC d vee- DeWlTT C.. JONES
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I A tree tonic.Fond1ltsalld chi den. 'JOe -

Bead the Telegraph $1.50 a year.

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t :- -- them and whose applications ;were'people' 'as the,"sink" or "bott m1eaa ...." ..."... ..' ..."...........- ......, ... ." .
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strongly endorsed and presented- pi it. Although it' U been,regarded ,.. .1...1.4a !E.

y :_ Liv AJTE NEWS mending ;features, three sentences 1 by observers familiar with such 'geological a

f) : ..... .',. I were' commuted! or reduced: in cases| deprlu1onau" an ordinarysink .Pro.gressite BuSiness ire la Starke .1
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I : where strong showings were made. In yet on account of the great
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:' =. i addition ,to then foregoing a consid- depth of. water in' its basin, and the f'

T1That; Are Happening ltD Over.' Florida -- erable number appeals for clemency absence cf j a surface outlet'to carry I Readers of the Telegraph will find!It, td their I
off the water
,were brought to the board's attention constantly:flowing into '
,.As Told By, Our Exchanges but; were not' passed upon forth it, it has been regarded by, some of advantage to trade with the firms rep.'

.- I 1 'reason that the requirements of our people, as possessing certain un- ,resented in this .directory.MMMMMIIMMMMMMM .
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.et law with respect to, making applications usual peculiarities.. .For conveniently

60 bath rooms in the Royal P,in- will be made on the British steamer for pardon d not been complied .- measuring the depth a raft was ........... ....................... .. .,'..&..III.a.-. _....... '
which arrived from Colon. 1. -:- -- -.
Breakers have Westlands with constructed from logs obtained from
'dana and .20 in the j. .
: been added to those hotels this fall. It will be the largest shipment f m.'Gull .a dead trees found in the,basin and it ....." ........,........ ......

Evidently Palm Beach is expecting.'uted a port in six months.. The cargoes Last Friday night a man by the was launched With' two of the party REAL ESTATE '.. '.. t .

crowd from the North this | go to South American ports, it is name of Thompson, supposed to be aboard, and paddled to the middle of I'IJ'L fITI1RE. .. .

winter., understood., Another steamer to arrive the leader of the notorious gang that the lake. Then the weight was tat .......................... .....'..."..4FURNITURE,............. XyJ

There, is a place in Wakulla county- out was a the solid Brooklet cargo of, which crosstics is taking for- has, was been arrested operating here in Calhoun and held county in- and go and down the it line went paid, stopping out, and finally down at .....'.........t............ .............,...,.......'...

called the Pinhooks, that has the reputation the British government to .be landedin jail until Sunday, when the sheriff of the great' depth of 349.6 fet The COMER L. PEES.W ? ..

'of being one of the best hunting .Liverpool Calhoun county arrived and carried surface of the water was found to be .
places in Florida. It was reported- thirty-six feet below > Florida Real Estate, Land and and anything else .
the ;
of Mes- him back to Blountstown to stand his mouth of almost you
A hunting composed -
last week over that there.-there"wereoverMty found tur srS. D. M. Deen party, Sam Newbill, E. W. trial with a number: of ,others in the the sink. So the, entire depth from Umber Expert. want ..
They
hunters Johnson, T, L. Swain and L. A. Car- burglar and conspiracy cases.Thompson the top of the opening jto the bottomof HULL'S DEPARTMENT .
key, deer and other game in abundance the M Experience at Starke .
ter of Bunnell several hours admitted that he came to Boni- water waS found to be 385.6 years STORE. ri
Crawfordville Breeze. spent .:
near Ocean City Thursday squirrel fay from'Blountstown because "peo feet below the sea level of Winter ......... ................ .......,....&e..,..........
Within the next few days the Wau- successful ple were talking too much- down Park. There is' nothing strikinglywild
hunting and were very asthey .......................... ......
chula Manufacturing and Timber Co., killed seventy-two of the grey I there." He talked about the robberyat or 'physiographically novel as- ....' ................. #9

will start up Mill No. 2, and then this beauties. While hunting the squir Altha and to a number of people sociated with the land basin and en- DRY GOODS. DENTISTS '.. -

big plant win be running its full ca- rels they jumped, two deer: and two told how easy it would be to rob a vironment of the sink, but when one .

pacity. The opening of Mill No. 2 flocks of turkeys which were too swift bank, and this was taken to mean realizes that he is on the brink of a ....................MM*. NNNNN.4 ............. .:

will give employment to .additional for them as they got away before the that he knew something of the alleged body of water that would accomodatefive ............." '.......... ........... ....

force of about seventy-five men..- hunters could shoot. plan to blow up the. bank of of our tallest pine, trees, if they .

Wauchula ,Advocate Bloun town,' and accordingly he was could be placed on the very top of w 1. W. MORGAN DR. U. G. TURNER .
3 .
; R. A. Lybrand, of Little River, has placed under arerst after officials at one another, he becomes impressed for .. DENTIST .

R A Washington news item states captured a' bird which he believes is this place had received information with the phenomenal depth of the depression hails Ready-to-Wear Goods > Edwards Building ..

that the Secretary of Agriculture will one of the greatest curiosities in this from| the authorities at Blountstown.Bonifay and with the fact that he is Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. ; Upstairs Post 0lflceEOOOOOOOOOG.Gf ;

recommend to congress that $35,000be state, for it has a face similar to that Advertiser. looking into one of the "deep placesof > over .

appropriated to be used to eater.t of an ape. The bird was caught near the earth:' ...............e..a...... .

' minata the citrus canker disease in Little River, it is said and is now on In our issue of November 20th,'we T A6@OOOOOOOOb

Florida and other, sections of this exhibition at G. W. Lybrand's blacksmith told of the proposed mammoth drainage CHARLEY TOM 4' THE TELEGRAPH r

.j..: country where it is prevalent. shop in that village: Old residents proposition that was before the UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL Chinese 'Hand Laundry 0 JOB PRINTED: A SPECIALTY .

Through an invention of Wm. S. say that.nothing like it has '?v- county commissioners o'f Manatee _--- ..j. ,

J Dunn, of Miami;operations under wa- er been seen here before and the county, and that would be taken''up The regular football season of the 0 Jefferson and Thompson Sts, Best Advertising Medium of The .
University closed with
Florida's
' tel in 110rbors.as well as in'sponge freak is attracting much attention. at their next regular meeting. The of 14-0 against Mercer score STARKE, FLORIDA. 'B County.; B
Miami on Thanksgiving .
Metropolis. regular meeting this month held 0600900444
was
and other fishing be revolutionized ir0000094
may but in order
I i to develop new .
: of Mr. Dunn's inven- I last Monday and favorable action on '
:by means Nineteen large pelicans in coops at material for next year a. series of -
the drain taken at that time. The
t tion, know nas the "diving hood. A the Atlantic Coast Line passenger depot was games for class championship r -
work for hours at time plans for the drain were approved, were
man can' a caught the eye of many passengers worked

without injury.. The inventor. .has applied yesterday. They were the prop-"] and the preliminaries to the workw.re Tuesday up. afternoon the Freshman Bradford
: ; ordered. The name of this drain
for a patent trey of Mr. A. M. Nicholson, the well and Sub-Freshman classes played Cotinty
a
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will be Gamble Creek drain and it
w MBBM s B HBaoi SMW ,
; known taxidermist of this city. Many tie The
game. Sub-Freshman class
editor
Hugh Sparkman, formerly I will cost between $90,000 and $100-
of the Orlando Sentinel, has purchased guesses were mado as to how their : 000. It will drain and greatly enhancethe exhibited some surprisingly strong Abstract

the Daytona Journal and will probe capture'was effected. Mr. Nicholson value of some twenty-odd thous- men. Their line, although outweighed Company

ably make it a daily 'paper in the informs the Sentinel that he caught of land in the Parrish about fifteen pounds, had the bet- .
ans acres
them by night in the waters of old sec ter of it all the and A complete record Bradford Cowry lands y
Jim future. Strong man is. Hugh I tion. The digging of this bigditchwill way through, the 1
,and his influence will be,felt in 'Vo- Tampa bay near St. Petersburg bhining I I be no little proposition, and to class will undoubtedly contribute some Land Tides Real Estate J Investmcn _
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their He is to
going
lusia county when he gets well eyes. strong players next year.
feeds handle it, ,wa understand, that the
them
of
s on tho tripod of the Journal part to some zoological. commissioners to sell bonds The Senior-Sophomore game on ,
propose
institut ion, while the others he will Wednesday afternoon

Robert Battey, C. A Davis and Tom keep at his place of business on Division I to run for a period of twenty years. fought battle the was a hard THE BUSINESS COURSE AT STETSON(
The has score being 19-7 in
i dug several drains in
; county
Hand spent the day yesterday on the street.-Orlando Sentinel
; north the past three years, but the Gamble favor of the Seniors. Both teams had WINTER TERM begins. Juoaiy I. 'Taffies fMl math lefvidiul, InitmtUon kreoUtc
side of the Caloosahatchse ;
where One afternoon of the past week the I, Creek drain is the largest yet undertaken a good rushing line and charging ffrdaU ..nirI. '
they succeeded in bagging backs, in fact the showing of both of .A Comntrdal. C.BIM cBbrtdng Bocttttpinf, BoiacM Aiittuttie CM areUl Law
editor of the Herald
went out to the Palmetto News.
; many quail and one of the finest deer the Penmanship, Bn law Enfliih. Rapid CalenUtion, Olla Prattle, :Buiuu Pnctte aaa1
farm of Mr. P.W. Smith and whilethere squads was extremely good con- '
J: of the season which to Spelling. ,
,
was brought 3 I v
I '
:", ,the city last night as evidence of thsir was shown twelve tons of Chi Four ship loads of Sea Island cotton sidering the practice they have had. 2. Aa Advanced CmmcrcUI Conn ..II radar" Adranecd B UMpUr, Aaditinf aid

successful nese beans groWn by him the past ]I left'Savannah last week for Bremen Captain Lotspeich, Freeman and Advertisinf. ,
= bunting.Fort Myers
season. We don't mean twelve tons Germany, the first that has ev Past Captain Hancock comprised the 3. A.pedat Banting Coin '
Press, 4. A Shorthand Cone embrtdar Bcaa PHtaaa SUaorraphr Tuth Trps>triting'Bml-
coaching staff for
the Seniors.while
been to German i
of bean hay; but'twelve"tons of the er shipped a port 'i
Letter ,
Writing Spelling.
lieu j
Pen acola.-If the story as detailed beans in the pod. .Five years ago a I': since the war c mmenced. The four'ships Ramsdell, Farrior and Yon served fort 5. A Hannfaetoring Coancl. I,
t'I
in a.special,received here is cor- man from the United States brought carried an aggregate cargo 0 the Sophomores.-Gainesville Sun. .. A Department .f Buia M AdaiaUtntlaa leading U a Ph. B. berne in th. College ti
\ wet then organized of bank five of these beans I'i 40,000 bales. Other European markets .f Liberal ArU. :' .
an gang from China and Send fer catalog ef stetson College of Liberal ArU, BUSINESS 'COLLEGE, College of
robbers and incendiaries have been presented them to the Secretary of are opening for cotton, and it is RECESSIONALThe Lay School of Technology, School of Music School of Fine Arti. Daa estie Sdeaee. and of t

detected in Calhoun county. Four of Agriculture who sent one bean to each said that the large factories in Brus School Teaching. Adores STETSON UNIVERSITY.. DeLaad. TrW' r <

the 'men have been arrested by the of five Southern states for expwi-i I sell, Antwerp Liverpool and Ha vrn-, ( following masterpiece by '-.-. -, _-. --- = "

"1 sheriff of that county and from one mental purposes and Mr. Smith's are running now for the first time Rudyard Kipling was written with the THE 'TIGHTWAD.We
.... >- (' I .
i \>f..them,the information of the existence beans are descended,from the original 1: since the war begun. It is,also stated I purpose of chiding the British nation once knew a man who was too

; of'the gang was learned. bean sent to Florida. The ,beans ar a t, that the J. & P. Coats Company, for its pride of power. But all other stingy to take the newspaper in his M Nt

Reports'have reached Dothan that as large as Lima beans, are soft and ,' the big spool thread manufacturers, European nations .as well as the Britt home town, and always went over to .,

a printer of Panama City, Fla, while more easily eaten by cattle than the,h are making ready; to" buy their neat ish can be charged with the same offense borrow his neighbor's paper. DOiIf Jilt anti .. ;"
velvet year's supply of long cotton for their and while ease dIa.rgaol.e. tmpertn. '
bathing'on the gulf beach near that ordinary bean-;-DeFuniak now the fate of thee One evening he sent his son over to t organ. Thou-
Herald. mills. We indeed glad to th asds of mea have
in the
are
see powers hang balance this ;
place.a few days ago, found a chunk I poem borrow the paper and while the son -. jnetfeed .a too y
market open and trust that the price is peculuarly appropriate..-Ed.) 1.! of IgoonuM* #
of ambergris weighing nine was on the he 'ran into a large
pounds< six ounces, for which he has receivedan to fires in high-powered automobile go up stand of bees, and in a few minuteshis
early next year which it shows fuel I- God of our fathers, bnown of old, ., 606"A _
offer of 7000. Ambergris is I face looked like a summer squash. : r
1 a painted a brilliant red, the city commissioners -!!1
nation
of doing. Cotton is still Lord of
com battle
our far-flung line
,
I ,secretion of the whale and is Hearing the agonized cries of the
sperm issued ..
" having bids for a ing into the local markets and the Beneath whose.awful \ hde ram la aU
i used in the manufacture of perfume. car that would be suited to the hand. we hold son, the father ran to his assistance curable case of canfrarted dlneaoea.
, pur gins here are running night and day Dominion over palm and I treat Weakness <-f Yen v.rleeftle '
-Ocala Banner. pose. The purchase of the automobile i I pine- and, in, doing so, ran into a barbed Blood Poison ,PUN and all PEL- t
I I "' j to gin the output. The two ginneriesI Lord God of hosts be with us yet, YIC DI8ttA8EBhuffs .... BCPTCKE!, 4A ;
is in I wire fence, cutting a handful of flesh ,
compliance with the
, The sloop Gad Fly, Captain Edward recommendations I in the county are also running on full l Lest we forget-lest we forgetThe I the toe dlrectlj j Into the blood ? ,
II the' from his and ruining $4
of Southwestern"lBoaref'of a without
anatomy cutting detention
: or Iron
time it is stated. Cotton is
Saunders arrived in port Suni bringingfour bnsinesa ,
I i lday, 'morning', with 'a monster turtle .Fire, Underwriters' which;I I and a half and five cents here.taccl.nny .- tumult and the shouting dies, pair of' trousers. Moan ComfpoadeBco 9 a. m. t.ouitkd.# le. td.
: insists that the chief have an auto The cow took"advantage of the hole
, i that he'and the crew captured, that mobile and that it be of sufficienthorsepower ) Times. The captains and the kingS,depart, in the fence, got into the cornfield and Dr. Get) L Dickerson
,
weighed about
I 1,000 pounds and is Still stands thine ancient sacrifice
five and 'one.ha1f: to draw the hook and ladder Some of the money which has been killed herself eating green corn. Hear- 111 WEST J'ORSYTIIIITREE'l'.
feet)long. This is An humble and contrite heart. (Near Heard Bank I
I a rare 'wagon kept in the central station.That burned up in coal and wood at Green ing the racket, the stingy man's wife JACKSONVILLE. Bldg.FLOiUOJL)
very specimen
and is
one that Lord God of hosts be with :
us yet
I is worth kind of car'will be determined Cove Springs evidently became concentrated ran out of the house upsetting a four-
seeing. It is .
now on exhi; Lest we forget-lest
: bition at'.the: when the bids ate received. The car.. or extracted from the smoka we forget. gallon churn full of cream into a basket
Porter-Allen dock, and is to be : and by of kittens whole Ems IM. Inns, Duet li.ldlll i mi Cm:
I '! be painted a bright red so that some mysterious means became drowning'the ;
can seen by
anyone so desiring'Xey ;- Far called The how long standing ,
our navies melt worst cases no matter cf
i West ,Citizen. it will be distinctive and will not be I I tangible and available ago'by On dune and away, flock. She slipped on.the cream and are cured by the wonderf U, old reliable Dr. ,, ?yr..
headland
easily mistaken for a car owned according to "following story that sinks the' fire; fell down stairs breaking her leg anda Porter's Anti.eptie' Hetlir4t Oil. It relit ve> z
i I Lo, all of Pain and Heals at the tame tines Sc,Sec$1.00. >
A, aheepshead every two minuteswasl private persons.-St Petersburg Independent comes from that city and is vouched our pomp yesterdayIs $19 set of false teeth.. The baby, .

the'"record made by Dr. schn t- j for,, by George Duncan, who offers I to one with Nineveh and Tyre. left alone, crawled through the spilled -

terly C.' L Davis and Jos. E. Reed, show anybody the pocketbook. Jas. Judge of the nations'spare us yet cream ,into the parlor and ruineda H,- C. RICHARD

last Saturday afternoon at the Duss It has always been a constant fight Rye and wife, who have light housekeeping Lest we forget-lest we forget. $40. parlor carpet. During the excitement -

1 deck, until they landed forty-three among the growers to'combat the I rooms in the St. Clair apartments the.daughter eloped with the General l Iteoce

: in eighty.six minutes, actual ,time, different kind of insects that pry I I there, were sitting quietly by If, drunp with sight of power, we lose hired man, taking .the family savings r

; and all of.them were of satisfactory upon our vegetables. The green fly the fireplace in their,room Saturday Wild tongues that have not thee .in bank with them.. ., el.wl..aa- II!! e'
.
, I .size. Dr. Schnatterly was ,the Jonah seems to cause as much bother as night when there suddenly fell down awe, The moral is t every" man shouldbe bav'FIBST-CLABS

'on this occasion, but his companions anything else, especially on leans.: the chimney and out onto the floor at Such boastings as the Gentiles use, a subscriber.to his home newspa- I represent none ,

were afraid to throw him overboard, Mr. Eliasen, who always raises more their feet a sooty, charred object. Or lesser breeds without the law- per.-Brooklyn. Eagle... I companies and will be constantly on t e

'erring that'he might come up witha or less ef this.Commodity decided to Picking it up, they found it to be.an Lord God of hosts be with us yet, I alert to promote your lt tere ta. Gnar-

whale, and thus cpme out victor try something new so he bought justan old-fashioned pocket book, containing Lest we forget-lest we.forget. NOTICE.Notice I antee courteous treatoieii to all patrons.

New Smyrna Breeze. ordinary air pressure gasoline is given that I win .
several hereby '
paper dollars and a lot of the A well written policy t>y a'first-daw fF
tJi..t \ :;:-' lighting machine. The light was put; silver fractional From.the For heathen heart that puts her trustIn be at the following named places on '
C'V ( L..17_.._ drainage''ll in a tub about for currency. I agent in a first-claw! ,cpmpany aome. a= "
a1 d : feet in< diameterand looks of i the' pocketbook- and the reeking tube and iron shard ., the dates herein given; for the purpose '
was in seg 10D' a large part, of the about six inches of water was also dates on the coins it is believed the AH 'valiantdnstrthat builds on'dust, of collecting tUes:' '"- : times I a1tU1lDuob in,t.ie r of'loss. by fire'

day considering bids on purchase of 'poured in with' a small amount of book has been in hiding for at leasta And guarding calls not Thee to guard, Raiford,. Monday, December 14, jjtarte Fit
a million I B.C. RICHARD
and half -
kerosene
a dollars' worth over the water. At night guard, morning. ,
of /
of quarter a century. Mr. Rye offered
,drainage bonds pursuant' to their he starts his light and millers and the find to Mr. Duncan, who insisted For frantic boast and.foolish word- Johnstown, .Monday. December 14,

recent, ,invitation. .for'bids.' Adjournment bugs of all descriptions will gather on its being given to Mrs. Rye, Thy mercy on,Thy people, Lord. evening. .' ,. j#

was finally taken without ac around and of course a large per cent saying that the rooms had been rented -RUDYARD KIPLING. Guilford, Tuesday, December. 15, CASSEJL'S '

c'Pthigmy .the'bids, ,it being a naidered of them fall ,into this oil and water. morning. ,-
and all it contained
for the
I 'that none of the same were The writer and Mr. Eliasen season Famous Indian Remqfa
I ,satisfactory.The examined and they were entitled'to all A GOOD PRECEPT. Thomas School House,Tuesday. De- ) ,
: carefully his lima beans and not 'e found, even 'in the chimney. It is cember 15, afternoon. FOR INDIGESTION -

; department of agriculture issues sign of green fly, could be lound.Delray .- said 'on good authority that the next TO keep my health, to do my work, Providence, Wednesday, December
Progress. TO CURE
I a warning to the potato growers night after the indent half the population to live, to see to it,! grow and gain 16, .' GUARANTEED

! of Florida and other Southern states TallahasseeAt.the.. regular-- meeting of Green Cove Springs sat in and give, never to look behind me for Miller, Thursday December" 17, 75 CENTS AND( $1 4I .
.
: against buying'sod' potatoes from .of.- the ,state board of pardons front of the -fireplace in an'attitude an hour, to wait in weakness and walkin morning. Manufactured by the T. A. Cas- ''

]Maine unless! they bear the departmeat's which consumed .all of Wednesday,, of watchful waiting but it is riot'reported -. power, but always fronting ,forward Worthington.' Springs, :Thursday, sears Medicine Co., Arcadia: Fla.

certificate showing them to be .Thursday and Friday.of, las week _that any other man or woman to the.light always and always December, afternoon.: i for Sale bytJ.

; ..free .from powdery, scab.---- They aft t1t .,board passed upom ninety-seven, was rewarded 'as'were Mr. and Mrs. facing toward the right-, robbed, Dukes,Friday, December 18, morn-; I .C. CARTER ry- "

also warned'against'the use'of.table applications,for ,pardons. Rye: Years ago the'room'where' the starved defeated, fallen wide as mff- .
_
I .. ..._ ,,.potatoes' for-plinting: purposes, as A these applications .weredenied Fiftp fi g* strange find was made'was occupied tray-on ,with what strength.Ibave, Midway, Friday, ,December 18, sfternoon. STARKE. FLORIDA A' t tiro:

I ,,"A..,... .:.these may have-been-exposed'to the twenty-five. passed pve :fo furthe: by ''Harriet Beee her Stowe,"'but'rt is back to the way. ?.> ,.. v .

! r', : tfseue/eten-though they do'notshow' nTea i gttioqiud cDflidfr ? .. .. .. not believed. was'iir the habit of .."" "' 'I. Lake Butler, Saturday,. .December Tbs +
.... /&& -"ii'sti; ?* ,. :" \ e PUe* Cnred in 6CO'liDari 19. .. sad laxative efiect.LAXA
, --.l'..- budicondite9ahpardonegrf} patting hemenEy; art',\fireplace s." > .: '. .. T. :. .- TtVE of Its toale .
't.n.: .
; [ $ #j.i9l druggist will fefoad moocy if i PAm BKOMO QOUTINB i*bcUertan ordiaanTQaiaiae
'.... iBrooker Monday, December 21. .. ednging
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"KmwUnionlThere t.r fur .CF:
I ,PenUfela applicants, Praeti : t.'t. .! : 'U 'OINTMENT rub to tan 187.... .t Jtd a&, : aad doe act eau.e'iervouaew .
A.shipment of brw tJ- whom, ally all of I' .' :::*ni.Wet-pir or Protradi rat Pike in(to 14 dsrs f" I Respectfully ia head. Reawnber the fan asaw aad !
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had ,
fln already ,. I look.tte signature ol &. W. OEOva. >>c.
thousand served -
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barrels of naval the larger "" >> 'ml Ken. it
stores put of, the sentences I i* a place about three miles ; ,M. DOWLING 1 ;:
imposed upon west of Winter Park,.known to many Read the Telegraph 1.60 m year; Tax Collector. Bead thei TtJcra>t-IS1,60 a +'" '

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ir?:!;, ,"i _, t__ ." RAISE,. ,l.IVE". iSTOCK..w. .I-turn the South out of-the'old grooves{I/j .. , -- -' -- _
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I: anything that ever,happened bef ; ',
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fore ,
e rr : The ever mounting prices of tneats -r Our people :wfllT; vastly more ,
Q Piatasm'.' .1Pbne14 ;,'. ., .. :;1.
tacae.ud. t 1
,, : : than formerly, grow food'crops'sedimeats. ,
should stimulate 'Bradford .'l/- "
r 'county
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:. lJ. X..W_ ,_ 4ti, f This we. know'Low to do' and' : ," ". f' t) ,
,' ; ;> farmers to' raise"more cattle and hogs.If i > .... (<; <... .....
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.. have the means to'do .it, ahd have r '. ,f' ,r '
"' Published weekly. 'and f entered as yon went up;,in"-a -.balloon",a mile I Wanted' to' do" it' all, the 'tine, but, :( ; > ,2;, < : N, f
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tend class Matter at the poUoffice high "you"nroal'be' surprised to see 1(t somehow; we could not get out of the -,, ', ,
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at Starke, Florida somuch wild, land in proportion to ruts. ,I ,.' < < ; ,
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the :.cultrratcd., ,Tbis,wild When the there '
-- ; land is ts present war ends I ; .
J yet:free for I I will probably be aftermath of oth: !, -i .' .I ':' -
; :H. 8. MATTHEWS Editor sad Owner pasturage, yet one mayoften _an .. '" r ,
.travel for miles, through wars. Anyhow, it,will take'years ,," c ,:- ,
: :LAGEfiGREN Associate thefor ,
K E. EditorFRIDAY ,1 ,' ; ,... '
woods without seeing a single ., :I I the ,Europeans' recOver from ; "i' ,
;; -p , The/range"" alone Will 'not:fatten 1]! the effects and in the .meantime "we ,- _
,-; :,: ". December' 18,1914:! cattle, 'but the/young wiregrass is I'I are the people." We win:from sheer "Millinery.--lnristmas' : '/f S
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+ probably the':most' nutritious grass force of circumstances enter the : Values'i.
,LAGERSREN,AGAIN WITH known, anduntil, June or July it not:I: world trade to such an extent, that we ; / .

) ,, TELEGRAPH. only' supports life 'r.Lilt adds flesh 'to t I'|,,I can- monopolize many of, its branches '
,- "<**- the cattle. Then, by good menagemcnt -! in the future. 1 3 "Notions and Attractive Novelties."

H. E. Lagergren is again with the the animals may be turned in I|' *. ,

c ,. Telegraph.'As associate editor he,will on crabgrass and speedily become fat SUBSTITUTESJ-OR POTASH. ;; I i.

A endeavor to get all the,local ,news to enough for butchering. I I : '
u be had, and his long residence here According to the traditions of the.I For some time to come,potash for A Cordial Invitation to :Call and "
and close touch'with the farmers willenable Florida farmer cattle must exist with- fertilizer- will te: high in price and dif- '= Inspect:
him "to make his articles on out, any care. But.othertimehonortnced to. get It is.oneof the three 1
: our needs'and advantages interesting, traditions, such as that the l 1dmust principal ingredients of ,a complete ___

.= instructive and effective. He will so- produce without fertilizer and fertilizer. The -other two-nitrogen L 'I
licit subscriptions, advertisements that stumps must remain in the'fiel4shave and phosphoric acid-come from domestic

and job printing as well as collect been declared inconsistent with' < sources and will be as plentifulas S .
bills, and any favors 'shown him will present day farming, and likewise the ever. Manufacturers of complete '
be much appreciated. old notion that cattle must get along fertilizers will use Canadian ashes and wise government the first two I
,
f, .. S__ without care, must also go. Provide and pearl ash as a substitute for potash evils are now no longer active in the I -
' : Mr. F. E. Robbins, who has so ably winter food for the cattle in,.the'way when other sources fail, but the western ,world,'and, therefore, the war :;:., L s.". '
edited and managed the Bradford of corn stalks, .hay, sweet potatoes,' many farmers who use kainit alone had to come.Mankind i : '
County Telegraph during tb 'past rutabagas, etc., which can be dog_,\wil have their supply 'cut off, as this always would accomplish i' MChristmasCand

year, willedit and publish the Levy with little trouble. It would probably -'I substance comes from Germany, on- more for military glory than any other -

Y' Times-Democrat at Bronson during be too expensive to fatten cattle ly. incentive, and thus, naturally this ( yes
the coming We wish him suc during the winter but should I In the
year. they Telegraph's opinion the.ben- war carried on between the most pro- T .. L" .
cess. be given enough of tame food to eaable evt of kainit has been > :, : .'" .. J
greatly over- gressive nations of Europe, put to use I ''''';o.'' >;.,,. ....-;'' f. ,,
j :--e them to meet spring in so ,;old estimated. It consists of a little potash all the inventions that .', : f!' ; ,;
could be utilized .
The Citizen is a new luminary that I '. ', .-" ,
condition as to be easily fattened on and a great deal of common salt. in warfare and that ,, ," ": r y,
has just ascended above the Live Oak I many only "" .' '
a horizon. J. E. Pound is the 'editor the new wiregrass. j' Both these ingredients are active in pertain to war, as well as'their enor- fY : ', ', : i,
While the beggarweed grows spo: -!! dissolving out ;the, potash contained mous resources in and ': 1 T -1
men. ,
and Judging from its money .
proprietor.
taneously, on ,some land, it can be I Jin the soil itself, and to this fact, Hence t S. <
newsiness and generous advertising we are startled by the hasty OU won't have to jog ,
patronago the Citizen deserves and made to grow on any land not toowet. very likely, kainit is indebted for its progress of the armies, the fearful yoijr memory very bar if!
It is the best,fora go plant i.11,) reputation as fertilizer than ,
a rather remember
death and to the
rate by the before tone when
; has a good support and will, no many Candy worthy,,thej!
for Florida"and yields, so heavily! that to its innate worth. undreamed-of devices for effective de- -

doubt the upbuilding, prove a,of"weighty Live Oak.agency Its motQ' t- there is no need of husbanding it I Our soils consist of fine sand. The struction of life and property.But I name cost almost double wiaf it does here. :We ,? !
While it lasts cut a wagonload or two litevery vegetable matter found in "old"land ., ,r ","
the war will end and who -
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is, "Pulling for Progress Pushing can )f'
k' ttI ; day stack, it, around a, pole in t is almost negligible. The moisture estimate the important lessons it will ; have revo I Dbo nized''j standards. Purity="!jT"
< : for Prosperity. the cow lot and let the cattle eat all i j i in the soil helps to dissolve out teach? Pain attends the birth of ;
ev- and
freshness
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I they want. It is also relished by horses the potash and other are first essentials,' them reasonable prices. SHave l
I ': Nix on spelling reform! We do not plant food contained -: erything worth being born and new !
'. evjn wish to see "thru" substituted hogs and poultry. {Ir in each grain of sand, and what and better conditions for mankind are you bought the Christmas Sweets? :>, ;!

Fl'': 2 f 9 through, "sulfur" for sulphur, o Cattle and hogs for the butcher' fertilizers are given the soil accelerates even now in the making. It has been: :, ; ,') ;. '"
:' -"""talog" for catalogue. As-,it is ther can be sold at any time, so that the, this process. Agricultural chemists held that civilization has a tendency :"i ;:!; "..'' '
r ;.- glish language is the most virile fattening can be done during, ''.the'j I -have: so far, refused to consider to weaken the race, but this belief has I \: ?, :': '.

i. t ng next after, a typhoid germ. It most profitable season. The peanuts lime ns a plant food, though with no been completely shattered by the accounts '

""' : ,ia as pliable as,a cold-drawn gold wir mainly used for fattening hogs are good reason, as every plant contains of this war, where men have, ,- t\\, :
"-i ,: and .as resilient is a life insurance ready in, the early< fall' and the fall'lime, but they recognize its value as shown strength, endurance, contempt, L d1
f.f. ,,. .,. After spelling reform ,would I{i and winter will probably continue toabe | corrector for acidity in soils and for death, resoursefulness and patriotism -' \7

,i grammar reform and the now the seasons for hog fattening. for its corrosive property, by means as much or more than at any oth Koy Tiiffier. I,
;''t ed English language would Let us remark here that in formerY of which vegetable matter is broughtto er period. On the other hand, the ,
'i' become as effete 'as the languages !ars when the razorback prevailthe to quick decay and the inorganic mat- many acts of kindness so often chronicled < ;;, '. \

,t spoken in the continent of Europe. I same notion was held about hogs I. ter is partly dissolved. We are sura as shown by the soldiers when I }:
,\ \ Look how the lawyers twist it to mak as about cattle, that they must take that an application lime to the soil the battle is over, shows that the saVe '

r ..airything or nothing. A lawyer could !I care of themselves. But with the era I -if made some time before the plant age beast nature is only active dur- :1: )
"f'.f I reap his law library for an orthography .of improved hogs care became vie c food 'comes into demand, will unlock ing the excitement of the actual battle. .-". ,
: y', a grammar and a dictionary! andbe essary. Why not extend the same sufficient of the potash present in the The inventions, the foresight, -: ;>;;

t all the better for it.But our language principle to cattle! Cross the lean soil to fill the demands of the crops. the courage, the resourcefulness, the I: ,;1''t-' ,::"";' 1 I
:1'1 \, shines with its greatest/ luster native breed,with a good beef bresd I,| As many farmers are afraid of lime> energy used to further military enterprises j
i.! in the many "jokers" inserted ia law then give the'animals a little care,I I there is little fear of them applYingtoo can just as wen be used in .

: :; enactments by every legislature and and beef raising will become the most much, but even; four barrels of private life, and if they were, how '. :
: "{.; :" coqgrass and even the supremo court' profitable branch of farming unslaked lime to the acre of old land commerce and manufacture and agriculture When You anti
t slouches in this More goats should be raised. An and five to land would
.- r:, justices are no using I new not be too would flourish! The auto-
; '- ne plus ultra of the language's capa-I I' industry that is entirely neglected is much. Newly slaked lime is best on cret himself will point the way to .. l
bflities, the "joker." The "joker" ia ] sheep raising. On account of predatory account of its infinite fineness, which freedom and the economical habits
"
rh :!" unknown outside of English speaking= ( dogs it cannot be well done on a 1 allows it 'to enter every cranny and forced upon(Europe by this war will A Horse.A *, ul J}

1=_ nations. The German language, if small scale, but several farmers can thus mix more intimately with thesoil assist the impoverished people to ,

-- lirisfio'uld'try( to shape it into a "jok pool their flocks and hire a herder to though it is a disagreeable task gain a new foothold in industrial pursuits -I
er," would gat a crick in its back care forthem., The wool clip will pay to apply it. If air slaked lime H used and they will pursue their workon A I
; from which it could never recover, for the care and the increase in num- take care that it is not lumpy. Lime I a better basis than ever before. Buggy A'Wag n/:

L Hi? French would break in pieces and tier and weight is clear gain. In parts should be harrowed in immediately II We do not dare prophesy that .... ,
t' the Russian would of West Florida sheep raising and I ,
be snarled up beyond upon application. universal peace will come, but we are .'t t
.. hope of untangling. 1 has for many years been an important Ashes of pine, particularly the sapwood sure that this thorough purging of A
i industry. In ,Bradford county contains potash and should be II the! body politic in Europe is the ford Set 'of Har'es.s':; i
While Starke would welcome a cap- [.she do as well
p as anywhere. saved. Rotten pine straw, turf an runner of better things to come. A
,'[ Ualist who could put in heavier licks the uppermost layer of muck bed's; all brighter era will spring-from this pool w
.i than: its present citizens able BETTER TIMES AHEAD. '
to
an contain fertilizing elements. If such of carnage, as the snowy Ely sprouts Come
: do, the latter keep improviag the to See Us
on stuff is gathered into compost heaps from the foul bottom of stagnant wall ir1;
i town little by little, until strangerswonder The blow given this country bymatt the during the winter, and to it added ter. ,,"
how our comparatively s European war was almost paralyzing, "''i
Ifmevanimal We
t manure, ashes and organic buy in car lots and giveayur
population have been able to create but we are now rapidly recoveringfrom refuse cus J
the
:: web; a fine town and can maintain it and all signs point toward the worry about ,kainit owner A cord needs of 'tom not TRICKY IMAGINATION tamers the benefit, of the lowfj$ prices. ;-,'

1 the public improvements. "But our greatest era of prosperity the nation post will give a double handful to every
t citizens have great''Civic pride and has ever experienced. While the need hill of corn cotton The most erratic component in i
1 '; for years the council has been composed 'of the world for raw and manufactured acres of land and or to four on acres eight owe man's make-op is his imagination. W,} J. W. t tI ;
a of gentlemen 'who make the'nipst'of goods is as great as ever, Irish potatoes. There is an often say; depreciatingly "it is only ANDREW & SON

4. the small taj levy. are and will, for many years, be the of material for composting on every cemagination," yet imagination is real. .'
t Starke is and has long been a noted only people able to supply it. Largeorders farm and during the winter there is It'is the mind's eye.and making inventions I ,
k; .- trade center. It would be an ideal locajtion for munitions, clothing, foodstuffs much idle time to haul it up. or planning any kind of work
: for factories, but the lack of machinery and horses alreadytax without the aid of the imagination, I
railway competition has militated to the utmost many large con ON A SOLID BASIS. which pictures the project before they Starke, Florida
against this. The blunder committed cerns. The woolen goods ordered x- have come into concrete being would 1

t rin the past of allowing the Georgia ceed in' quantity what can well be Starke is a good town., Travelerswho be impossible. It 'is the soul's most 5-
:.Southern & Florida railway to pass supplied, and the natural inferenceis have seen other Florida townsof valuable servant, but ft is so anxious ----.

US by has retarded our progress. that cotton must be used where the same size, built stragglinglwill !? for work, so tireless;, that it often in but had actually been out of the county times, thoKgh f did not know the' 'I_
we
r Starke has a board of trade who can, wool cannot be had, and cotton along streets of deep, sand and highweeds I its zeal runs off the track, to to speak, at'the tone of the alleged killing pictures wire of our I
.; ,when they will, accomplish things. not be a drug on the market much > find it revelation. It has a and deceives us presenting unreal I The threatened'man,, ever dreading own ,fancy. only creations of the PerJ j
., Let them bend their efforts toward longer. Immigration from Europe refined, staid, solid; prosperous ap pictures. Persons nave died from an encounter ;jat iast''had his accommodating verse," TThe.Imp Poe J JIS
so wewBy described by
bringing a railroadfrom: Sampsonqty will be light for years to come, which pearance. Many Florida towns own imagined dangers and: suffered from I imagination bring his enemy also real rouTi
z to Kingsley lake to begin with insures remunerative work for our I their faster growth to the fact that imaginary ailme*. A person | before aim, and the picture was a thing, one of the doubt,
+ Such a road would cost comparativelylittle'to own workmen. An increase m freight I some:? wealthy men have'settled there ing l lost a leg or arm often haV-1 I so vivid that it was difficult to persuade : many causes components, and, no j

az ,. build and would earn a good I rates has been granted several large and used the upbuilding of the placeas feels pain in the absent member. The j him that the tragedy had not stitutious persons'.inclined belief toward super-they ",
to things
interest on the capital invested, carring I railway systems, which means ,in- their hobbies, the locations were! unapprehended murderer, from con- I taken place. dread +l1eir see .
( freight and passengers and Increased employment of labor direct- often: badly chosen and constant ef- I;jtetant[\ ponderingover his crime, thinks From such like occurrences the belief rued.'I when guard over it is re :" :j'

ting the, section it traversed. ly or, indirectly. forte of.their founders are:neces&arJ', he sees his victim, and the crime:re. I in ghosts originated. Macduff, in ,)
Such a road would be of immense ben-I The orders received so ,far kwcome to keep them from retrogression and enacted, and this self-deception sometimes I. one of Shakespeare's,-dramas, could : COLD, SNAP HARMLESS
+ eat to the town, -as, it would cause 1 almost,exclusively from the warring when the founders die the towns soon: becomes so unbearable that, for'I readily have imagined seeing Ban L
'1 ew settlers to come here and enrich 1 nations of Europe. South Amergu into decay. relief, he gives himself up to justice. quo's ghost but the idea of the ghost HERE. !

; y us with their trade, as well as open rt a, Asia, Africa and Australia are Sometimes after a person dear to us of Hamlet's father relating the circumstances -t--
4 up much ;needed lines of communication. yet to be heard from. Misgivings have< THIS CRUEL WAR has' departed life, the constant of his death, if farfetched. Of the severe weather which yisited J
S 4 Being connected with the Georgia been felt about capturing the South I thoughts of him causes imagination TIle imagination,, though valuable the eastern h4lf of the United States I
r Southern much trade would coma I American trade from the British,, The war now raging in. Europe to run riot and! put before our eyes, servant, needs :curbing. But this week we::have only had a light j
4k. \. f pnthawestern portion of the coun- German and French, who gave long; completely overshadows in magnitudeand as real, a picture of the lost ene. We sometimes the vigilance of the mind touch. It began Sunday with the A
-xi : 'qty, whichWe now miss, on account of eredita and furnished just .theway kind fierceness anything in warfara thus may, at times, see pictures of is relaxed. Thus when partly asleep heaviest rainfall since early in the,
the uncertain and roundabout ., of goods wanted. But*no apprehensions that has ever taken place before. It even living, though absent friends, we often think we hear.strange voices spring; Monday was cooler and slight ;'i
that now must be used, by people of' need be feared in that direction. is 'idle to discuss by what nation it which imagination presents because and noises, and when fully asleep frosts were een Tuesday, Wednes1 1
that section in reaching Starke."CHILDREN'S Those South Americans are no Ion get: was started, likewise it is useless to these persons so exclusively occupyour we dream dreams. Also, when weakly day:land Thursday mornings. But DO !
choosers and will have to do like the deplore it, for it had to come. While thoughts. A Bradford Bonn ened with fevers, we imagine,we see damage, was done. The cold MP
GOLDS North 'Americans-take whatSerioaa the nature allows us to become more or man was sacs "toting the gun" for people near us and hear them talk three weeks ago checked the growth I
-4 ,Children's Coughs;-.Both are .! manufacturers have to offer and pay less civilized and humane, we will always Mother, who,had sworn' to kill him and we will talk to them. It is because of the strawberry plants and the ,
; When one of your,little ones shows,within a:reasonable time. After they be subject to its away, and natUre OB sight. Once while sitting on a the mind has not the-strength blooms are as yet few; the cane and t :
;:-,, :-t-stymptontf of an': approaching' cold,[become'accustomec\to the standardiz- is- cruel as oftenvas not. The log in ,a. thicket,; he saw his enemy I to control,the tireless imagination. yams are birjrested and the vegetables '
give it Dr. Bell's Pine,Tar Honey_ at"! ed American manufactures!" in- thinning-out process is ever going on;; coming';toward'him 'carrying,a shotgun I :"Ghosts" thna'really exist but there growing are of the hardy kiwi* .
$ uce.. It'acts quickly, and:proteststhecold terchangeable parts of machinery and If a certain plant multiplies too'fastan < :;/'Our,'manto save himself, immediately -I is nothing supernatural about theme Besides, the t growingTnnKrtaj&Ht' --,i iplem nta, instead of the antiquated insect is sent to check its progress.. leveled jlis own gun at th only a natural psychological phenomijenon. rally that there was time for protection
}- a othea the'tlungaloosetull; i$evjsjtt. individuality in manufacturing used In tho ,uimaI kingdom undue of .
reproduction comer and shot him dead u he]I Persons of undisciplined d minds Underplants.Iavigoeatlag -
'u' .'..coos,' strengthens/' tystem I iris by the Europeans, they will have noth-> is checked by cannibalism.Th thought. He then hastened away tolda > especially those having supersti-

,guaranteed.,, Only,,25e at.your dif UTing'else and the' trade' win beours human race is being kept within the friend'what he had done and,went;, tious beliefs, are more apt to see to tile Pal and SfctiT
c% t Mk. Buy'a bottle Udai. Buc kfcn'e'forenr. bounds through'pestilence, famine &wai',,hide. It was later, learned[" "ghosts" than strong-minded The 014 Standard general saesGaov.a :

? ; T.c ;,t raies,8.. ln.toF;'..orea; (t),.' The 'cotton.scare' "will do more' to and war. ,Thanks to med1ea1'.clenel, that Ms,' dvtmry was not only alive.!I.yet. probably; all have seen .persons them at; realfN .e T&8Tr.us tkhat hbOdandhaltdi1 chill TONIC d........,..
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,handsomely tailored 'Coatsuits for Fall that have. ,gift. is inexpensive let it be of first quality. We t

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Jacksonville ..Thursday. scattered. afternoon. Beautiful hand work suitable
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any poChristmas for Christian shifts; i Also homemade y,
% JItiI Bits of LocalInformation ease of Fever or Chills. Price 25c. gifts for sale at Tur New, entirely sanitary and up-to- cakes and ai dy. ;
ner's. Proceeds for benefit of Bap- date-the Kanstine closet system for
Special bargains in coats .for la
Mrs. E. A. TodVnjrld Mrs.
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e-fJrllMl Omr P.... ........ ... Ocala on business last week. want you to. buy your, Sunday cake From Saturday, December 12, until way: to Ft; Mytrs' and. other WestCoast
s leynal .. aN c...".MTyra.. from them. January 1st, we will have special points.fniV here they were
Mrs. F. A. Scott spent the latter i counters of shoes,the prices will sur- guests of Mrs. U, C(. Turner. *j
af :. i, part of last week with relatives at' Pure home made candies for thechildren prise you.-Hull's Departm nt'Store.
There will beno meeting"of the
' -- Hampton. at the. Baptist sale at Tur-
,: 'll,+8t For dry:good Leviton. Christmas handkerchiefs in fancy ner's.A Miss ,Allie Mae Haynes, of Idelia, Ladies' Musicale in next Monday, December -
, ( fcvi-:--.-? boxes at Morgan's. Special bargains in coats for ladies Ga., who had been visiting Miss Mar. '21st, as; customary, but oa
I :ilip! 'SYRUP CANS, -Jones, Hardware.. misses and children at Leviton's. complete lumber yard and build- guerite Shriver, of.Brooker; is now a Monday after dirtstmasj' December28th
5'' or fi doses ggft will break anyase ing supply store at your service- guest of the home of .Mr. and Mrs. the meeting vll.be; held'at' the
i 'Os and. toys at' Stump's. Fever Morgan Redding, one of the prominent M. usual hour in the '
ii : of or Chills. Price 25c. Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. A. Darby. :echool auditorium.
'- citizens of Lawtey, was in towson We ;
j liI' urge every-nveiiiber to',be pressnt':
t ; ;Cranberries and celery at Kickliter's [Parker and other makes of foun- business Monday. Fruit cake, plum pudding, etc. Imported direct from Pennsylvania, promptly at that;: tinw, as: there will

i J. t|i t'doioe groceries. Hull's Department tain pens at Miner's. The last of the sidewalks connecting made to order. Call at Kickliter's pure apple cider vinegar, 35 cents par be important bcjiit s before the a

1'i., t' I!Wore.fte ...4l 'Walnut street with the school store or phone Mrs. J. R. Halligan. gallon, 10 cents per quart. Get a club. I.. \. ;'
l'2 \- 'f. j; T. N. Kendrick, of Maxville, was > r I supply while you have the chance.-. '
f ,;i Brick'and lime. Hulls Department in town on.business Thursday. grounds, has been ,finished. Horse high, bull strong, pig tight; Brown's.. Gustave Swansirojn; .Moline. I1L, :
j' 1 'Store.fcfrr t Special discount furniturelaststhis Southern wire fence for sale at the was in Starke lark w,ek. !Mr. Swan

' i ;fii u __ Wanted-every farmer to. read'my week only. Hull's on Department Quigley Lumber and Supply Co' Imported direct from Michigan, strom.about two/'ysare ado, bought
,: fI' 1\--|S White., Wile and Warner rings attrAn.ezeellent I ad,then call and see. Brown. Store. The mellifluous California hand picked beans. The blind can tell a tract of land ProiE; C. ''L. Peek.&
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, Miss Ella ''Strickland, of Waldo, A. S. Crews, esq., was in MaxviUeMonda in are to'be had. 15.cents per quart, $1.10 was so well pleas'4 >ith his purchase
1 t line of fruit at Kick- the local marketMessrs. .
: bi. 1 !'UtdL .' spent Sunday with Mrs. T. A. Knight.R. on professional business. per peck. Brown's. that on his retun h?!procured all of

f t r- : W. A. Mays and. C. A. the scanty literatSrc:about this
I : l n. 0. Daniels returned' Tuesday Floor oil-just what have beewantingQuigley Miss Eunice Robinson will leave I i"l iBesteating apples grown, at from business you n Smith, of Sampson City/were in town Saturday morning Folkston 'I lion ,he could get and promised to '
: Bron's a trip to :Williston.. Lumber &: Supply Ga., :
i :' Monday on business. where distribute it amol+g his :'friends in
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i Useful presents for Christmas Moline.ffff4tfft.i. r
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. 'LADIES-Wixard, mops. Jones giving 'E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville, has I holidays with her parents. .
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skirts Mesdames Thede and Williams of
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: ware dinner sets. regardless should insurance. Lawtey, with the latter's little +
lpl'riverhas.it! What? Anything be cleaned out. son, CLASSIFIED. ADVERTISING. *
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" V '! yo4 wirer Mrs. ,W.,H. Pinholster spent Tuesday in the city guests of : ; : .,
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'Candy;and nuts for Christmas at her sister, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, *
,i f. Store.F. L. A. Wynn. > FOR SALE-Flock of!Ichkkens. Ap
: ',. "xicklitees.Jngereoll, left Monday for her home, Tampa. Jennie Lou Rivers, accempan- ply at this office. i
r !1' : E. Robbins left Monday for Bron- Cot 0. L. Stuck, of Columbus, S. ied by Mr. J. E. Wainright and family "
I I : .t. Men's. and Boys' watches son, to take charge of the Times.. Jap rice, $4.50 per sack, less than C., is visiting relatives in Starke during motored from Lake Pickett last FOR I SALE Ctxfi' and ': possum S '
I,:. 4 ,+st" .iuc.r-L,&-,' sack, 5 cents pound. Hull's Department the holidays. week and are spending some time hounds, fox and ;at-hounds, pointers -,x
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. |* .Special ;sale of boys' clothing at tawnWednesday. ,American fence. If quality and not t.. *
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t'1' \: underwear. Morgan oolsers-Jou know '' for the benefit of the furs. L. A. Bro Brooker, Fla.
:1 i'# : ; the rest-it Imported ironstone- china (whiteEnglish poor people's Christmas. 1 :12-114t ,
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} 1 dieS cOatsuits'beltw to enjoy the Christmas holidays, next, FOR SALE-At a ivCijfice, imp-rotrd "'.
. t, 81l. cos t : Walter Simmons, Joe Wil Geo. W. Alderman and Richard .
: ;"I' IN.'s. .- and A. A. Stokes Moore of Lake Butler Telegraph will be printed earlier city property, one dock from business ,*e,
. '.. ;!I;,, .. _;. : Ion visitors to Starke of Lawtey,. were to Starke; were visitors Bales of short staple cotton. are in the week than usual. Please center. Ad tt.'ta' Mrs. Mary _

:, :; ;1.j 1t1" rags ud.art'aqu r from Tuesday. Wednesday. frequently seen at the depot.. The y bring us what you wish to have published Weeks, 1525 MarXft,Street, Jacksonville ; _ii, .

tl. i.f ."....iffi at Kiekliter Christmas booklets fancy station We have a full line of boys' suits come from points along the Wannce as early as possible. Fla. V1" i 12114t. j#
f l' ery1 at :Morgan's.. : and trousers just received. Hall' branch. 'i .-" "
.: t } t.1ine' of fruit cake and Department'Sf.ore. 5 Friends of Rev. Geo. F. Scott will HIDES WANTED- OQn, No. 1, $1; -"a t '::.
:\: -vftdt cake materials'at Kickliter's;: Ribbons; silk and crepe waists: : What you buy here is the best Im.. be interested to !know that the recent No. 2, $ .50; No. i6., $ 25. Skunk s i

1 \ A"tt.Wri:;'' These make', acceptable gifts:: Se: H. L. Stephenson'left Thursday or ported 'direct' from .'Pennsylvania, conference appointed him for Arced No. 1, $1; No.; 2, $;,:>0; No. 3, $ .25. .. ;
1+ r JT.'Wmii, Sr. of Gamed!lb. Morgan his'prices, are"all'rig 6t. Pittsburg, Pa- to spend the holidayswith I buckwheat float and maple IfI'Up' ia. He had served his Ft. Myers pas Otter, No. 1, $9.$; ;o. 2, -$6.00; .' s' ,;.
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,'::; l ; : iT.:,AsdnsYaf Dukes Wishing you ,one and nail a very is allowed for 'each ,No. 2, $ .30; No. ?|4S5.. Fox, No;. .
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' 4'.Yoadsr [nappy Christmas ..Morgan's. Car of, American' wire, not "just re"What's charge. 1; $ .75; No-2, $ ;;DINo.) | S,.$> .25; q..
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''.;.' "." .... S frill know the reaL. '.65." Saved lljcentsJ( No he.did j Dorian Ellis;Mr.; and Mrs'T. R Ellis I Goat Skins* 25 f cents to 50
;.- \"..1->; k..>, '"., '.Stontfi. Remember Sarhrer 'Mr. Kirby Crews and sister, MissTannie not, for. Brown 'aeU ..it'.. f.l.25. ".'I Jr. and Miss Anita Ellis, all of' cane; ;Brijig me
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i the Vanderbilt, section, r" Gainesville, entertained Mrs.
:4tt': f..f.P.wNIB. _. end.. Look for the stone front Rev. Wm. F MaJphors win. were by furs and get.the cshsad you run ;
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'The board caned o' Whathas'becoale;
4 was to order at Circuit Court

$ ;l r Ai M. by Chairman C. A. Roberts,. ,- journalism f;
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wfth.aU'' members present, to'wit- Abner Richardson, John .Babb and cities 'when the ,

; : e / ABB.-:Surrency, W.. S. Croft_,,W., A. Haires Beaching colored, had a' preliminary quarreled[ and "that I

% Bessent, .S', T.* Dowling.Minutes was the mildest

fi :of, last meeting approved., hearing before County Judge oDe> uCn.the.. other.?

i It *... The bonds of ,C. A. Johns and L. Milton, of Macclenny. Monday', .the often subscribed for

r t "M, ,. Johns.. Jr, for f rearms laid over men having been arrested for, the ply to enjoy the

My,order"of the toanTat lsatmeeting murder of John Williams, an aged ligsgate so liberally

} T Wpon motion, approval of said negro;during,O tobor. ."The prosecution sheets and wondered

; bondf were continued_ until next meet, was conducted. by State AttorneyA. did not kill each J (!' :, .

ingif the board: '' V. Long. Beaching and Babb were ersaries'were

!l'Iie'official bonds presented and ap- held for the spring term of'the circuit held their conferences l of bar-

:, proved by the board as follows:'B. court, but Richardson was, din cusations and t .

K. ,Dowiing, tax collector; N. D. charged. next. The editors

: Wainrigt, tax assessor; 'G. W. Haz- John,Williams was found murderedin sanw reason baseball |gave not

yrC 'ta, county treasurer; J. B. Crows, A. the woods- near the Bradford and to stimulate business.

: H. Williams, S. T. Dowling, J. L. Un- Baker line. The common knowledge When the editorial ; ces. with

derbill and 1'). W. Pinholster, .c unty that hs always carried a large sum of began to wane the

commissioners; J. B. Sapp, constable money ,on his person probably insti The public being very pme At

6th district; R. A. Weeks, Julian gated the crime. The persons ,mentioned low anything seen in ; fast

j: Peek, notary public; J. E. Douglass were arrested by the Bradford turally this trait had be-

', Chesley Fogg, school board; L. L. authorities, but before their trial at to. Hoaxes were

w Sapp, deputy sheriff.State thj fall term of the circuit court here dailies and were later ;

pension claim of, Mrs. B. A the state attorney requested H. E. La- smaller papers as had

Parrish approved. gergren to ascertain whether the body the brains to start.

i Firearms bond of E. Watars 'approved had been found in Bradford or Baker them up.
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t _* and license ordered issued.T. county. The line was tracl d out and In the early '90s ery

B. Rosier, inspector animals it was found that the crime had been Crabbe was editor of

slaughtered for market, filed his report committed 525 feet north of the county ly Record (later the

4i' for month of November., line, wherefore, the prisoners war was a splendid

lr: Scrip issued in payment cf bilh ap removed to Baker county. newspaper man. He (For Any ,

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',, General Fand.F _____ .60 He announced that a
'rhraley Fogr hauling lumber ,
Williams ________ ".80
L. janitor S. B. 'Denmark. convicts 20.00W.
____ __ IUD< delivering gentleman was to <
C, A. Knight supvr reg T. Weeks keeping road book __, 10.00 ;
J. R. Davis 6 Co. premium in county Bradford County Bank. int warrant tween Orlando and
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Ommis6ion bond ______ 500 :No. 9418 to Dee. 1914 .,___ 20.00
a p. DavU t Co.. premium in county certain date. He

i ;. K, D. May clerk and del bex.diat. 7 4.60 Drainage Fand. panied by-

M. J. SAN manga dist 5 -, !.OO B, M. Dowling, com as tax col ____ 10.63A. Mexico and Spain for
t A. A. Haze, do and del box 6.00J ., Z. ,Adkins. sere suit Wall Bros., \t. .
4 L. M. Dowling col gem county tax ., 225.30 vs drainage ___ _____ 60.00 Crabbe, being :
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.a:.:B. Sumney. 1 day com and mileage 7.40 iard it natural

S. T. Dowling. da 6.20 Total _________.: _______________-__ 60.63 was .up. ,
falconer Co., pencils _._____.___ 1.9* Fine and Ferfeitare Fund. get this information ,
ll( 's A. Z. Adkin county attorney 10.00 "v. W. Ra'Gden nard at jail ____ 20.00 the other Orlando (jp.
W' T. Weeks tress books_ 2.15
express on W. W. Baisden. freight on bedding etc 2.25S.
i 9k B. Denmark, viewing body and in-. B. Denmark, feed for prisoners t........ 124.20A. ter and the Sentinel Cents up.
west God(rclr Wilson UO H, Freeman __ .
county physician 5.00
$ A. Gardiner do ____e. '3.1t' 0 Alas Oil Co.. disinfectant ______. 25.60 doubted the story. up.
A. Gardiner, insanity J. R. Clark 2.00 West Disinfectant Co. __
disinfectant
68.0o tests first from
arose,
JJt A. H. Freeman, da %..00at.
Chamoion Suoly Co., ___ fents up.
J. P. Tomlinson, do ......... 2.00 cots etc 41.65 who
?- (.eo. A. Gardiner ease Ed Jones ______ 2.08; pers, accused ;
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WJ W. Baisden. do 1.00 q. B Denmark, do 2.45
r t a. B. Denmark d* .-.- J.I6U.1S 0. W. Alvarez wit 1.00A. being mercenary i
K W;T. Wa. clerk an* pd ex1,ftlll ..G. Dyal do __________ 1.00 t hing-to bring
W T: Weeks cost fall term et ct 13.10S. '
Goo' A. Gardiner, ease Truby Green 187 'be
1C .' Croft com and mileanstD. 9.d .8 0 then the respectable e over C
; S. B. Denmark, do ._--._-s.___ ___ 11.80Petty
Andrews Mere Co. clothe for 1,iaa w't _________ 2.50
dignified Sentinel in
burial pauper ...__ 0 2..riO Calvin Johnson,.do .:: .___ 2.50 ,
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t & a Denmark.aS da at et et 10.00 .. C. Jones, etc for elerk's office 10." Hardy Byrd. do __.:_.____ i..60 citizens ,
v W. A. Bessent. 1 day arranging ballot; 4.0 Twi Reynolds do _____ 2.20 were not
W, A. Bessent day county com 4.0S B. D. Kelley j Grover 6 would i a'i
pease sag 2.0 certainly not
r. 8. B. Denmark bailiffs et ct __ % P. S. Denmark, do _______ 8.05 1
B.:Dennark, sewing attachment on Blossom pocket, but then
k'- John Paul __:________ i--___ !91.65 tm Rhoden.Byrd: witness _' 1.00
h4 .. B. Denmark day with county com- 4.00 Geo.'A. Gardiner do, case Bola Griffis 2.20 1.00 a-bull fight,'as well '
w J M. B. Denmark serv g j witneae 45.76 S. B. Denmark, do L_ 8.66 senorita. About '
,W T. Weeks arranging ballet and Boot ______ s
Register
wit __ ___ 4.40
tone
.J ___ __;..___ 4.00 Crabbe published an
Geo. A.
Gardiner, ease S. Richardson_ %.n s
X B. Denmark, execution Will Moore
10009k
X R. Drnmark. do _M_ 81.80 from the Mexican
B. Denmark serving. reg and petit Evelina Richardson do wit ___ 2.00 ,
.tl 88.28 Hamilton ____ arrangements being
.eo. do 2.00
i" '
Wow Co., typewriter Co., lights ribbonsElectric __.._? 2.08 1.80ti Patsv Hamilton, do ____________ :.00 able event, and the I'.
W. T. Weeks cost et et S. Richardson ..78H '
Warren, phone court h ..-, S.OO : q ._ had
TVnTnark. .
do .. .50 scouts looking
-
--
.1.- -
heaves inquest Maley Weeks 7 00
p.-- Dowli. do ... 4.65 1 W.'. R.T. Dowlinp.Reaves, j do p _case Ernest_Jones__ 15.0 3.52 advance agent, in ,

rt. Johnson wit'._::.__ 1.00 A. J. Langford.! wt _L.-__ 1.30 advertisements and
Johnson do __ 1.00 Tom Lan ,
ord, do ______
r Fasbaw, do __________ 1.00 oland .M 1. 1.80 ,
"-'1.. Green wit in cwt John King 1.00 Thomas. Juror. 1.2 o bills.But
-.
t __ ___ q. Ttromas. -do .-__,,.___ 1.30 'week before .
r1 XL. Battoa. do 1.00 a '
--
R. M. Reaves do _._._ ,__,___. 1.10
1C ,
J.'Eoperson. do 1.00 W. M. Curium do _____ event the Record
K. M. Padgett. juror __:.__ 1.00 H. M. 1.20
if, i. Railord, do ______ 1.00 J. Pinkston. do__ 1.10 ers that the whole
J. Dubaee. _______
do
2 Ik: J, Townsend, do., .._.-..._.___ 1.00 A. __ 1.10 IU'
C A. Johns, do ___Z._ __ 1.00 '.ea: B. Denmark.Gardiner do ease_T. R_Canova2.8_ It was all taken in res7't
F i..70
E.' ___ _
Byrd do _
:
1.00
Ben Green __ before then
wit __ .
1.25
J! .J. Wainright. do _______, 1.:90 J. H. Sedgnick. do u
1.10
n- -A v.t tacoest Holey Week 1.10 that while the
t W. T. Wreks. cost et et T. R. Canova1.52 ,
M.
fi juror ,
1.10
07 1 ilmnd Thomas do ., ..... 1.10 pip B.A. Gardiner ease_Alex Jordan 2.78 lando and Winter --
Denmark do ___
16.75 .4
.
'J Langford. do 1.10 e-
L Almetta picturesque in Fltrida
sV S. Pickston., do ___--:.:.._ 1. .0 Will Richardson_, wit __ 225 ti0E[
Qoillion do ___
t A. Thomas, do ___ 1.10 Ella Jennings do 2.25 a single spot where a of'
2.2* cv
t1 Cameron.. inquest_E. HineaG. 11.00 \. Baxter do -______ 2.25 be held.
Mb Seals p 3.50 Dave Williams, do ____ tab !
,
A. Durden. juror do_ _. 1.r.0 A. T. Mizell. do -1...______::.__ The Reporter was
Youngblood.__ 1.10IPhilliPl. Tar>es Monger: do ___.; ism had, like the Record,
L' no 1.10 '
1. G. _____ _
Green do
: 1.SO
do ...... _....._ 1.10 r.
--- Geo. A. ing reporter. The two !'
\ do .............._ 1.50 S. B. Denmark Gardiner,do case_ Chas. Wflks_ 3.42 1 '
_
12.15 bit of :
do 1.60 C.: J. Shaw w't _______ 7. ery news that .:
'? manager dist 1 2.00 Chartev sac
Edwards ed
do and
JL.8. Andrews, do 2.00 a closely I i ,
u. Tobn Denmark do _____
_
3.2%
: K R' __ '
awl Petra MeCalley.clerk doC.JL 2..00 D. W. Alvarez, juror ___:...___ l.oo During the summer. : <
- 2.00 J.' J. Ripdon. do ._... 1.00' But i
M. Richard, very scarce.
Q manager del box dist 2 6.60 J. R. Mott. da ____ l.oo
Arthur Dekle, manager dist 2 2..00 E. B. I> with
K M. ef's. do ______.___ 1.00 manufacturing
_
; 3. D. Howling do__._ 2.00 U J. Smith, do ______ .,. l.oo ord
& Cobb clerk __ 2.00 B. C. Scarborough, do ___ __ man went to Mr.
: 100
*,C. Croft, clerk and del box dist !L'l.00 Henry Williams, mgr dist a .. %.10 :
# Suiefcna Cason. _
f James D.Clemens. Jr., do ........, ...... 100 lames Cason do wit._...__._.._._..._..__._ 1.50 1.50 The answer was :11 t ,
a Pearee do'2.0 0 Turtis Wade do r___:...__ 1.00 are able to :
C, W. Lewis.mgr djt: S 200 roe A. you
<<>> Gardiner. case S. Price ..._ 2.6
1 J. V. Edwards do :__ _________
p 1 L. : :0 :.00 <5- B. Denmark do ____._?.??? 5.40 In the next day's
( Wall clerk dist
," C 4.00 J. B. __
Sapp wit _.__ 1.00
z. W. and detailed
Andrews Jr.. mgr 4.00 P. T. Norman do a long
44 JL 0.' Daniels do __ 1.50 I.
4.00 \ 1'. "
i.. C. C. Livingston do Weeks cost ct et a Price .76 "Mr. J. Q. Martin,
4.00 S. B. Denmark do __________ .60
'L I(.
Cameron dept sheriff dist 7 1__- 2.00 B. Drnmxrk. ease T.-D.- Davis __ 2.40 Magnolia Hotel, had 1,
A.. M.
Williams mgr dist T %.00 Mrs. B. B.

i.T. M.J. Allen.Beck clerk do __ n.. 2.2.00'00 B. B. Hopson Hopson., do ..:.wit...-_____________ 1.00 1.00 ter an account of
M. "Florida ;
Cameron. Volcano"
ease Allen High .55 EXPRESS
T.f. S. Denmark d a dist 8 %.00 Tnm W.mibal wit ._..__..._...... 1.00
F. Caskins, clerk diet 8 __ 2.00 Ed Williams ,do 1.00 found. (,This place "
'X C. Jones, mgr dist 8 2.00 Dave WiU'ams, do _____
",W'C. Whitten. do _._., %.00 W. G. Seals, James 1.00 impenetrable swamp
ease Maicke ._ 3.BS ERY
3.J. T. Ritch Jr. mgr eke and del box 8 8.20 }.l Cameron do ? _.___. 8.55 county, the smoke
> ,S. Brown, ngr elee dist 9 2..00 Pfee. ___
R. A. V-T wit 1.00 seen for a hundred -
Hires mgr elee dist 9 8.60 '
M. (.aIN'POn. do .__._ 1.00 .. ...
# JL J. Cox. -
elee
mgr and rent house 9 3.00
W. T. Weeks, __ had been able to
cost et et do .76
W. D. Dukes, mgr diet 9 ___ 2..00 5. H. "" .
k .marle. d> ___ ,_______ .Kn
>Et M. Hazen. d s elee diet 5 -.-___ 8.DO J. R. Sapp. ease Silu Kite _____ 11.40 though the New
J. B. Dow ling, d s rent house dist 2 b.25 V
''
Jones wit _
m 1.00 standing reward of $ TODAY
C. W. Baisden. d 1 dist & ____ S.OO Chas. George, do _. _. y.nn
ek W. O. .Brooks, rent bouse dist 4 1.00 feat). The
Take reporter I
G. M. ne Crosby, do .._.._._ 1.00
Smith mgr duet'4 on n. W. Georve. do _____ '
1.00
e'C. anxious to "save
Gay. doJ3m 2.00 2.00., Mat..... Crosby, do _: .._____ 1.00 ly,
Kl. W. Ost n. do K R. Johns, do ._....r 1.00 ed up his ears and
Harden mgr elee. del box diet 4 6.70 E. B. Brooks do _
c:.A. Roberts 1 da signing strip and i 1.00 the Magnolia to let
E.
L. Crawford do ____ ___
.y: 1.00
mileage -, ,.,....--._.. I 7.40 G*". W. "
-'' Sam Johns pauper for Beat .......*>_ 4.00; Moore __Baisden__ death -guard__Will.:.. 36.00' Martin. The clerk :

-' x thnr Alvarez do.. _____ 4.51 son had been there,
4 Tow --- 943 ai8 ;
W. G. Seals j 4IP
' iP I Road p ease Frank WUIiams. *onM. found the
Jime Reynolds and Bridle Find. andgurde. Oa.wrroii. do __.i..__.....__ 9.05 on
mcr eie ,. board convict 287 50 A.M. A.Cameron Dnrden,do wit, l.'oo tied it. (Of course, ; from us, ,as we'

Lrfcur c$ $Jafees IDes Reynolds Reynolds, do supplies:. for convicts.. >_ *129. .50 John Pal do __.____________ 1.00 i.00 ter had ,not written ; .
9 15
i Jjmes n. r. Jones. easVet etc for Will Moore 36.65 Martin was and >
Reynolds gone
release
tl convict '
C Virters ., J. M. AHa-. shoes and suit for Will _
8.15 Moore ___ get further ;
_
no
h 10.oD : i
Jima Reynolds. release of ,eoav:etJiL I '
q. Itrictly
R.um H.
Rob
Hart ._ caw Andrews __ 10.50 remarkable : high grade
:
f convict 3.15 J. W. Hamilton do wit -.so. ,
Johnson ReynoldreIeaa.__ of Tom Dourlass. do _.___ 3.50 ord had the monopoly
*V. ,;..... .. 8.15 J. J.
HePannie. do _____.
3.50
ifi a0
; It Clemo Reynolds release of convict Jno. K. Stephens, do ._,_w_____ 350 A week later: a Straight or
3.15 Ceo. A. Gardiner ease J. C. WJliams. 2.20 Crabbe from
aa fd,. release a
n of convict! S. B. Denmark do 2X8 '
l"SOft 8.15 Pri" White, wit. ____.___.__ %..20I. with the general land ;
Reynold- rebate of convict. 1, Johns, do _________ Guaranteed
i 00
.._..
rs Waterson .._, 3.15 "V. G. Seal.. J n ease Dave Williams_ it 7SM. ington, broadly ,
'. T:Bridge B. Rlumber and repairing' Cameron, do -_:_..- 7.70 Martin"' had been 2f GaL 3 Gal.
-- 3.00 *. A. Dnrien. wit ._______ l.oo :
+ &O. Strickland, reparg bridge A cacti M. Cameron do ______ father of lies; that ( $7.00
i 00
ttng out lot ___.__... ,
.i. 1.60 W. T. Weeks,
cost ____
tt stet de ____ .7 f had himself been in
t .1!. s. Humphrey reparg bridge 16.20 S. B. Denmark do .50 ;
Imjf Kite gen read work __' U5 '*m A. Gardiner, ease Charier" Lee 3.70 three weeks, but had .
#
w. ; f Burke Lumber Co. lumber __ J.17 S.: B. Donmark d .____. .
-: _...;..__ 1.20 I,, emtiar trice IM-
Jk W. Prevatt. gen read work 3.00 aehel Tiylor. wit __ reach the place, :
r .. Zeke Parrish, repairing bridge and M. E. Mattov. do .'" ijo 1.11) eral that .
men'along
__ ;
umber T
--:; 3.00 -iui\ Fall do -_ _. 1.19 ,
1 Harris, diuk'ngs 2 25 "* K. Keller, juror, ..._ l.oo volcano and not
r & T. Dowline. 2 da staking road 8.00 ""*a'I. Oi'tehfteld. do .
:Kt: T. Thomas cutting out log.--.- .25 H. M. CbastaiIL'.do-A _, : ""- 1.00. been stated, etc. This $VIL'-E" FLA
r 1 00 ,
2 Jeiae Dowbng. 8 stumps and bal road 1 O.. Strong,. do later "Mr.
y work ___-_-_.-_-.....-..-. :2.00Jatk t. J. Sileo do '..ZjIlIIIIIIiljIZIMioOL. : week by .....
,! S-T. Dowling, release.convicts and in-, '..W. Gree';'r d :==-:..1-,1 o who..had read the .

W- 'K 44dentab'e W. Mann lumber_............. .11 Us 18 J.J. L Warrell"Warren. I.1-2 i:phone phone'rent rent:jail jail ::.:"-'1.00 i Tampa. Next a fake' CR1NK

.M.-W. Mann, hunker for convict-pen5.77 '00 I von'Jjjchlqss," an '
atclcy Lumber Ox.' himber _'_ 'JiSO 'TcW---:1 ,.vL.--t.f. *. .1 ;::i:6 ax"' .
' iiH, Searboroagh. Dumber, -._, 14.50O. ..... .." -.-" .-68j man professor) wasp: !
... A. Robert, insirt roads _: (. There:.ia.aq untold 'Boxord.-The ;
,. c. 'A. Roberta reScue. coavkt .' , .
i. b the 1 : ..
reach
I R fag: winter- 1remngs.iwa 6d3 abfeid the ) 1

t;0., iL_A. ..obru, J .owl Mr!...25 TiorncntftAhead.'afkybu.TrAr: y. .x bse rviBiac$ outride't> ; ; t-/. '" ,.., "

K O, W...... 19 .a w.th convkts v.C 15.00 -ortmtity confro t you. What will from. seismographie ; *"
A. Roberts 'I WINK
; r '2 WUUlims re-----' I S.OO;yea do with Itf' I I deducted that "Mr. ; !
; .
; -.' : ; ph-Jl.50 a year.






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nf irt6er 1$ 1914. Page Fifteen

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{+5 N9rs cr:FROMm'LARGEST. :WHOLES :HOUSE"IN THE SOWH-CA>rrM7& ;jmMOFFERINGS' KILLING HOGS*;l PQRK.,AND' 'CURING, '



Here in couth Alabama'w. have> .

: : be governed by the .weather in hog

jIDAY : killing, for we sometimes have two pr

three weeks withdut much frost and

with no ice in mid-winter. When our

hogs are fat; and the weather cold

'< as SAFETY.. 'FIRS :,--.When you order from- Blum,,you., get just what you want and at enough on the we forehead generally with kill an by axe striking then



r!> ,the right rice." WE.POSITIVELY GUARANTEE OUR GOODS TO GIVE ,EN- handiest bleeding.thing' A''22-caliber;going if you rifle have is one.the" ,

'
It kills the hogs'without

'1:; TIRE SATISFACTION OR REFUND YOUR MONEY.. : ,: : : : much blood-shot,, meat. making t.

After the hog has bled well
". we are .
;>i"BlENDS "r 0 G OA00003800 OO sCO .s ready for scalding. As most of us r

.. ; ". I{''I have.no thermometers we find a good
i--- OUR SPECIAL BIG XMAS ASSORTMENTFour BOTTLED IN BOND '
: I plan to }
temper scalding
our J water
4Qts 8Qts 12Qts EXPRESS PREPAID. 4 Qts 8 Qts 12 Qta

.:;.EXPSESS_ PREPAID.---- $2.50 ;1,75 $7.00 ,bottles are packed in nice Willow Basket that Three:Friends _______________ $3.50 $6.25 $10.00 I I just right as follows:.Have your boil- .
---- .
"CabiMt 2.75 5.50 8.00 ( Blum's Monogram ___________ 4.00 7.75 11.00 er; holding twelve' to fifteen gallons
Sheridan Club _------- is useful in many ways the year 'round. The price water, boiling hot, then into
3.00 5.75 .8,00 Sunny Brook 5.00 9.00 ,13.00Old pour
------------
r, Bak d XXIX __------- for the quality of goods is certainly low. i the scalding barrel. If
Jordan you Rave only -
.. 3.20 6.40 9.00 -----___________ 5.009.00 13.00
Sylvan Glen',--- -----:-- '3.50 7.00 10.50 .. Bond & Lillard -_______ ---! 5.00 9.00 13.00 .. one hog to cald add two gallons'

,Flowers of Kentucky'-------- 11.00Blum' Old Me. of cold :water, but if you have two
4.00 7.75 ,., BrayerFleischmans' 5.00 9.00 13.00
Label -------------
i
;;Murray's Red ------ j' tj 11 U1111111 that you wish .to scald in the same
7.75 11.00 1111
400 Rye 5.00
________ .1tt'1 ------------ 9.00 13.00
Monogram 9.00 '12.00 \ \\ \" Old Quaker Straight water add only:onej;gallon of cold wa-
"66"STRAIGHT _____--_ ,5.00 i,1 Whiskey 5.00 I 9.00''113.00 i
Lewis
n scald
ter the
first
11.00 15.00 ; hog quickly, and
6.00 $
92'_ ----= hi GINS 4Q+ 8Qts
12Qts
.Old ----- it will be hot enough to scald the sc -

WHISKIES y EXPRESS PREPAID. I md one all right -

EXPRESS PREPAID. 4 Qts 8 Qts 12Qts ; Easy Money Tom Gin ________ 2.50 4.75 7.00 After the hog is''scalded and hung i

Canadian White Rye ?____ 2.50 4.75, 7.00 : Swan Gin (Type) ---------- 2.50 I 4.75 7.00 up, if it has been in a dusty or muddy -

cGuffieMalt'_._-= -_- 30)03JX 5.75 8.50 ,: June Bug Gin -.-_....-__-__ 2.75 5.50 8.00 i. pen and the,skin is not as white as '

"Indian J Bill, 100 Proof ..___- ) 6jOO 8.50 ,, # RT Sup'r Gin (HolL Type) 100 pf.| 3.00 ( 5.75 8.00 : you would like you can dip a handful

i 1mn'.Monogr&m ..______ 4.00 7.75 11.00 t BRANDIES-EXPRESS PREPAID. of corn husks in hit water and wash L.
)
'MonticeOo ....____________ 5.00 9.00 12.00 > N co 3 A Good Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 GaL or 4 Qts : the hog. This'beau any cloth '

Old Ripley.14 Years Old ___- 6.00 11.00 15.00 ),) ; I.:; j fit' ,Splendid. Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 Gal. or 4 Qts $2.50'i If you do,not understand butchering "

: ; WHISKIES ) Straight 100 Proof Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 Gallon : have an old hajnd to help you after

,CORN PREPAID. 4Qts 8 Qts 12Qts ) : or 4 Quarts ----------------------_____- 4.00 : the hog is hung.; After the hog is
EXPRESS ) .
..['Cabin: Corn _.:---..----- 2.50 4.75 ''7.00 RU3I-EXPRESS PREPAID. cleansed, and rinsed out, take the ,.

>, ;Black and Blue Corn ________ 3.00 5.75 8.00 1 Gallon or 4 Quarts.New England Rum "-_______ $2.50 I meat to a large) table and cut up.

:;;;.B11II '.100 Proof Corn _____ 3.00 5.75 8.00 ) '1 Gal. or 4 Qts. Best 100 Proof New England Rum 3.00 Separate the ham from the loin piece r

:PuN M'C. Style (White) _..: 3.00 5.75 8.00 t '1 Gallon or 4 Quarts Jamacia Type ______________ 3.00 : next to the back pnd knock off the :

'Hamst"Corn __.___________ 3.50 6.75 10.00 ? .y '" Imported Rums. end of the ham:bone with a hatchet

WINE' LIST. : St. Croix, Per Bottle --____________________.___ $1.50 down around the bone as far 'as the a

Our, stock. .. of Domestic and Imported Wines is notteqnafled >, ..- j Key Rum, Per Bottle __________________________ 1.50 first joint if. possible. I salt my meat
I
house in the South. We prepay,the express > 1 Gallon of Best Imported Jamacia Rum _____p___ 5.00 and pack in a Isnfl while yet warm, .1
by.any 1.Quart Indian Bill 100 Percent. Whiskey___ $ .75 so the salt will strike: through nuick-
bottles of kind or a IMPORTED WINES-EXPRESS
charges on four or more any one PREPAID. .
> A 1 Quart Black and Blue Corn ____________ .75 : ly. I let the meat lie n th3 barrel
wiO assort to suit the purchaser. 4 Bottles 8 Bottles 12 Bottles t

t' CALIFORNIA WINES IN BOTTLES. 1 Quart Fine Apricot Cordial ______________ .75 << Don Carlos Port ----------___ $4.00 I $7.75 $11.00 : from nine to twetty-one days. The t
have cold weather after
'Best California Port; Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba iType 1 Quart Fine Port Wine __________________ .75 < Famoso Sherry ------------- 3.50 I 7.00 10.50 sooner we
;' or Claret. Take your choice straight assorted: : Don Carlos Sherry __________- 4.00 7.75 11.00 I the ninth day the better I like it. I i t.'
.. meat in water to .
,4 Bottles, $2.50 8 Bottles, $4.75 ,12 Bottles, $7.00 $3.00 < Amontatillado -______________ 6.00 11.75 17.00 dip warn remove '
: salt then ) smoke with
Best California Port, Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba Best Imported Port or Sherry, $5.00 Per Gallon. : greenhickory. '

;(Ohio Type), Claret or ,Riesling. Take your choice, Packed Willow Basket. Express Prepaid : BEST CALIFORNIA BULK WINES-Express Prepaid. ., When dry:' vaae.wjth' papers -
.: and store in e cool, .f place.If -
'straight or assorted .!: This is a big value 'and selling fast. If you want : Pure California Port, Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba: want something illicious in j
:>4. Bottles $3.00 8 Bottles, 5.75 12 Bottles, $8.50 1 Gallon, $2.25; 2 Gallons, $4.00; 3 Gallons $5.50. i you
one, send order at once. Our supply is limited, sausage try this. Take two pounds ;
your
If you do not see your particular wine listed, write us Pure California Claret: 1 Gallon, $1.25; 2 Gallons, $2.00; "
it "We have it J first come, first'served. 3 Gallons, 275. of lean meat, beef or pork to one

.. fOE: _ ,', , , , , , N e : pound of fat'por '11 prefer beef for ;
.. ... --vwvwrvwvvvvvvvvrivvvvcV 'VvvcVV V' A> 9CVSV'vJV :Wu"V JV 9V'SJVp the lean meat, but.I we have no fresh f

; ORDER EARLY and avoid the Christmas rush. We are ready supply your wants, no matter how small beef when we Mil hogs we just take 1
the lean meat from the shoulders and I ImiddJin
=
; or large., No delay, you receive your order by.first express Grind;;all together and ,

I: '738 to 742 mix it,season with two teaspoonfuk '

CHARLES BLUM COMPANY Distance i. of black erred pepper, seven of pow-

J*W;Bay Sty : 188 dered sage and five'pf,: salt. Stuff 1D"r' "

to casing and hang tIp to dry by smok
Established 30 Years Ago Postoff Box 584 .
: .Jacksonville, Florida ing., I prefer tiekory; for smoking .

.... ........ ...................................................NNI4!.......................... N..........................1 sausage or bacon as!it gives it a better ;:

flavor.. Where,it,is not convex
- I IIn I ient to smoke the rieat we sometimes
EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY' SEED' CORN.. 'VOTICE. Judge of the said court and the seal thereofat ",
circuit court. Bradford county Florida.In Jacksonville, in said district, on the 6th make it into balls and fry it, packing
i TO JACKSONVILLE chancery. .' day of December. A. D. 1914. '_ COFFINS CASKETS and wjtk
in small covering
In the matter of the re-establishing of a E. D. DODGE. Clerk. away jars< ,.
Seed be better before
_
.. corn may graded deed from J. W. Keene and Leona' Keene to A true copy.NOTICE And ft Fall LIne ofUndertakers' lard. Keep ceve red with; lard. When

'tSiXty-Seven I Bradford Men the ears are shelled than after- Annie To mil Keene.persons interested: TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. ', ', Supplies 1. wanted for use all il needs is a little

'* Go ;Up'The Hill Then wards. The department's specialistsin You are hereby notified that a petition was Notice ia hereby given that all creditors heating. This does*4ot injure the lard
filed in said circuit court by Annie Elixson legatees distribute and all
corn investigations consider it dif persona having Always on hand. The bed lei. i I.
K. Down'Again. and G. S. Elixson. her husband whereby they claims or demands against the estate of D. for ordinary use. J ,
j -- ficult to grade shelled corn..satisfactorily. alleged the ton the -day ofA.. D. 1909 S. Wheeler late of Bradford County Florida, rioe at the lowest price, Special To render the Urd take the 'baf
",. '-' a. W, Keene and Leona Keene. executed and '('('eased. are hereby required to present the attention to Orden.I I ,
'H 'tees than sixty-seven good delivered a warranty deed to Annie,, Keene. same duly authenticated to the undersigned Telegraph lard and the.trimmings from the mid
0 men
will be held in bar thereto. and all -
If the seed IIDWAnnie in-
ears vary greatly as to Ehxsoa conveying the west half persona
ad'true.of Bradford ,county were of southeast quarter of southwest quarter, in ill be held in bar hereto, and all persona in- Registered Embalmer dlings with the fat part of the jowls
size of kernel w
should lebted
they be to said
sepa- estate are required to their
pay
section twenty-three, township five the meat block with 'sharp
to
range smd
lately arrested by the United States said debts to the administrator forthwith.D. -
-
rated into two or three grades according eighteen containing twenty acres more or
W. MANNING, fine. finer it is the
marshal for this district hatchet chop The
on charge less in Bradford F orida, that Annie
l county. Administrator of the
to size of kerneL These estate of D. S.
if, 'selling;whiskey, and 'were'before grades Elixson, then Annie Keene delivered said deed deceased Wheeler. 1 DeWnT C. JONES I II quicker it will render. Rinse through
should be shelled separately tested to J. J. Keene, her father for safekeeping, il-6-8t
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the:United.'States,court'at Jackson that J. J. Keene died during January 1914; I SoccesMtto C. C Lningston & Co. three warm waters.: We do not,pot

_tflb ,last..week. That is, they went in correspond the corn with planter the, and number numbered on the to that said upon deed their has part been; that lost a without copy thereof knowledge -,, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1:1: SLarke Fla.,. II any water in the tinier or kettle

to Jacksonville with that expectation. attached to said petition is a true copy tbere- UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER where it is rendered; as there will be

B t'th: 'ah considerable dissatisfaction them planter most plates that are found These to drop of; that Keene J. and W. Keene.L. L. Witt Leona and Keene such Elizabeth petitioners Notice 4888.is hereby LAWS given OF FLORIDA.that G. W. Alderman enough adhere to the lard if you'.di.

>aa felt,among ,them for'arrest uniformly. arrangements -i are the only persons known to them the ,lit purchaser day of of July.tax certificate A No. 41, dated 6turch: tax certificate 'No-, (3, dated the it out with your hatlc 'd. The less rma -
be before JX. 1912, has filed
without) cause, and expenses incurred can completed who are interested for or against the reestablishment said certificate in my office and has made June, A. D. 1910, has filed sai ter there is the quicker it will finisk.
application -
I the'rush of spring! work begins. of said deed and they pray that for tax deed certificate in my office and has made appli
issue in
that of such of said deed be to accordance cation for tax deed Put one scanty'tpoonfuI of soda
many .them.could not well af copy re-established as and with law. Said certificate embraces the following to issue in accordance
ford,+they.were in part consoled by i i The first operation in properly shelling for Keene the is original thereof; that Elizabeth 1( described prop -ty situated in Brad-[) ]with law.described Said certificate embraces the following to every six gallons;;of fat This will
now residing upon said land that property situated in
seed corn is the removal of the ; I "ord county Florida twit Brad
tiie'fact thai on arrival the ,court J. W. Keene and Leona Keene executed a I Lots 4 and 5 of blot 13: in Newsom's ad ford county. Florida, to-wit: make the fat fry :'out faster.; Stir
n.' small kernels from the tips of the mortgage covering said land November 26, dition to Lake Butler Southwest quarter of northeast quarter and
would take notice of them whatevver"even ACtion 30, Township I with a long-handled cedar *
no east half cr cypress
1913. to L. L. MMt. without of northwest quarter and
ears and the round thick kernels off authority. ;3, south range 20 east. nortbeasl
;: 'the marshal treated them asAtrangers Each of you are further notified to appear The said land being assessed at the date of quarter of southwest quarter and west half ol paddle. Stir often till all the water .
the butts. The former less in said circuit southeast quarter, of section five,
are court. aforesaid .he issuance
pro- at Starke of such certificate in the township
: and they were told to go ductive than the other kernels of the Florida, on the first day of February, A. D. f Unknown. Unless....< certificate shall name be 240 sir south range twenty-two east' containing is cooked out, then nil the time till
:wherever they blame please as far as 1915. then and there to show cause if any you redeemed according.to Ice, tax deed will is- The acres.said the cracklings are a dark golden
ear. The round butt kernels are as have why such copy of said deed should not >ue thereon on the 14th say of December A. land be'ng assessed at the date of
UncleSamwas;concerned. i be re-establisbtd. ). 1914. the issuance of such certificate in the name brown. Strain trough; a thin cloth '1
J Only two Joe and Ernest Souther- productive,as the other kernels, but Witness the Honorable Jas. T. Wills Judge; Witness my official signature and seal this of be A. H. Green. Unless said certificate shall into the cans. The faster you cook it. ...
: de not plant uniformly in 'a planter. W. T. Weeks. Clerk and the seal cf said cir he llth day of November. A. D 1914. redeemed: according to law, tax deed will :
Hand, were honored with song sort of. cult court this the 9th day of Deeember A. W. T. WEEKS. .issue. thereon on the 28th day of December,, the better, just so the flames do fiat '
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! Shelling seed corn carefully by D. 1914. Clerk. Circuit Court Bradford County, Fla. \ D. 1914-
Ja; hearing. They before Witness reach to the of boiler his
were brought top 14e as
i my official signature
: hand profitable.. ,The greater the W. T .WEEKS By B. A. WEEKS, and seal this
the grand jury on.the charge of Seal). Clerk Circuit: Court. 11135t. Deputy Clerk. the 23rd day of November. A. D. 1914. will cause the lard i seorchJUR. D.
acreage planted the greater the profit A. Z. ADKINS, W. T. WEEKS,
jfcaking whiskey They had brought : Into Attorney for Petitioners. SHERIFF'S SALE. Clerk Circuit Court Bradford County Fla. Gipson, in Southern:'Agriculturist, ,t
their a shallow pan or box eachji 12-11-4L, Notice is hereby (Seal. 11 x-5 -
, apparatus along in a gunny sack given that I, S. B. Denmark t
; ear should be shelled separately, rejecting Sheriff of Bradford county Florida. un Mrs. McCain's Experience' With tke
,they pleaded guilty and showed the der and by virtue of that certain writ of ex.ecution TRY THIS ..
jurors how made' any worm-eaten or blemished NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE issued out of and under the seal of FOR NEURALGIA. CrolpA
they their booze. Thirty days after date hereof. I will apply the circuit court of Thousands
kernels. Bradford Plot of
county
For If the supply'from one ear people keep on s nf"When my boy, Ea/+, was small he
: some reason, probably because to the Hon. Gee A. Gardiner, county ida against E. H. Douglass and in favor of
tbe.procesa appears good and contains no 'poor judge of Bradford county, Florida, for an order Joe Rosen heim Shoe Company, a corporation fering with neuralgia because they was subject to croopf and I 'was always
appeared too slow to some to sell'at private sale the following described on and dated December 2, 1914. w"11 offer' for don't know what'to
kernels it is I do it
; 1.the jurors'both were discharged, poured into the general lands situate in Bradford county, Florida sale and will sell to the highest and best bid for Neuralgia alarmed at such times. Cham-
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''without''' supply and another ear shelled in the belonging to Alphonso Jones, minor and der therefor for cash at the court house door is a pain in.the nerves., What berlain's Cough Per;;;&dy proved far N
wen
.? I.. the warning to not do describe same way. ida you want to do is to soothe, the nerves better than other for this
rti0 any more. Commencing two chains and trenty-five on Monday the 4th day of January 1915 any tense -
I links north of northwest comer of northeast the same being legal sale day of said court, itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to th< ble. always r\ie'oo him quily.'
t.WI1i;UncleSam should have corng.1ed i quarter of section twenty-four township five, I during the legal 'oars of sale, the following
all these good Bradford BEWARE QF GREEKS BEAR- 'south range twenty east and run east seven described, real estate situated in Bradford surface over the painful part-do not' I am never without it in the hotTO
;} coun- chains and twenty-four links to south aide of county, Florida, to-wit; rub it in. Sloan's
;femen .to go to Jacksonville is not ING GIFTS. :' A. C. L. right of way. Then along said I Southwest quarter of southeast quarter andnortheast Liniment penetrates' for I know it is a positive cure for
&r, unless it is of the [ right of way eight chains and twenty-five quarter of southeast quarter of section I very quickly to the ,sore, irritated croup," writes Mrs. W. R. McCIean,
one and '
ten
govern- west half of
links, then the west half of
llihBtVnew-fangled; modes of impart. The Clearwater Sun warns the i six degrees south east five at chains a variation and eleven of twenty-links south! west quarter of section eleven (11), all nerve and allays the incarnation. Get Blairsville, Pa. For fcUe. by all deal-
people !then five in township sa: (6), range eighteen (18), one a bottle of Sloan's Liniment for *
"fif to east chains tLen south thirty eha'ns, 25 ers.
; information of Florida
that is hundred
the and
sure to against representatives then west twenty-two chains and twenty (120) acres more or less.
bee twenty-fear S. B. cents of any druggist and have it i in
-ftined':through travel Ore as of papers in St. Louis, Chicago nks. then north thirty chains to place of beginning Sheriff Bradford DENMARK
:
county. Pie the house DEATH OF LITTLE GIRL
colds
:>7lt m5ent is all the time becoming and. New York soliciting write- being in northwest quarter of northeast A. Z. ADKINS -against sore and
page quarter and north half of southwest Plaintiff's attorney. swollen joints, lumbago sciatica and Little Mary, daughter of
9-jearpId
fttM'paternal it of the quarter of northeast ;
perhaps wanted to ups various communities of thstate e quarter of section twen- 12-4-61.
k4 ty-four township five south range twenty like ailments. Your money back is Mr. and Mrs. E. M Ctffman, who Eve ,
\ e.i a Christmas drink for such of at $500 per page. The Sun denounces east
,lfaIOnz'cf MASTER'S SALE. not satisfied, but it does give almost three miles east of $tarke on the J
; the Florida pine woods.. ,it as a waste of money and J. B. DOWLING. Notice is hereby given that under and by
;;:_. :Iked'it, and it was sure to be concludes: 12-11-et. Guardian for Said Minor. virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure instant relief. (2) i. Green Cove road, died 'early Tuesday
made and rendered the 28th day of November morning, December! lath> *f appendicitis.
, L'Jacksonville.' "When will Florida learn that thesepapers A. D. 1914. by the Judge of the circuit
.'ft*: PETITION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE. court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of AN IMPORTANT ,INDUSTRY., The departed vas a good and
" ,tDISOimERS have no love for Florida-they U. S. District Court. Southern dstret of Florida, in chancery, in favor of J. B. White- intelligent child and favorite with'
FROM LITER are after Florida dollars. Florida. head and W. M. Redding, complainants and tt;
.ii\-- Such reputable In the matter of H. T. Dowling bankrupt. against J. F. White and F. B. Noble as trustee I It is said that statistics will show all. The many friends;of the parents

,. YM Just at Odds With Yourself? papers as Country Gentleman, No. 1215. defendants the undersigned will offer for that three-fourths of the Fuller1! sympathize with the : in their bereavement
In
the sale at the White four
Mill
matter petition for final discharge miles northwest
: Ae;Yon Regulate Living? Saturday Evening Post, Munsey's, On this the nth day of December. A. D. of Lawtey, Florida, during the legal hours of earth produced in the United States : :i
;!Ai!.'you .sometimes at odds with Cosmopolitan, Leslie's, Collier's, etc., 1914, on reading the foregoing petition it is sale on Monday. January 4th, 1915, to the comes from Gadsden county where
a
,
'write ordered by the court that a hearing be had highest and best bidder for cash the follow [
i. and'with the world? Do you up' Florida and its resources upon the same on the 6th day of January A. ing described personal property situated in big plant, working more than one Chamberlain's Cotgh Rt'lkdy'ihefothers' .

r .. "what ails you? True you may without this hold-up garnet:They send aid D. 1915 district before said court at Jacksonville
,,eating' regularly and sleeping.wet men here to learn the truth,and de and that notice at ten thereof o'clock be published in the forenoon in the, One sawmill outfit complete located in the by fire. Fuller's earth is very valuable ."I give my children, Chamberlain's

... ,-something. is the matter! Coon n- vote pages of. pictures and texts to lashed Bradford in County said district Tell graph and a that newspaper all pub southeast five (b) south corner of of range section twenty-two five: (6),(township%:) east The Standard Oil Company us Cough Remedy. when they have colds t

headache nervousness and Florida without saying, 'We must creditors and other persons in interest known may and eight (8).head JOE of HILL oxen.WILLIAMS es a large percentage of it, whit or coughs," write Mrs..Verne Shaf ,

t indicate a sluggish liver have $500 or $1,000 out of your commercial appear if they at sad time and place and show cause Special Masse large quantities are shipped to Europe fer, Vandergrift, Pa. "It|always helps 'r
any have
why the

'P21S.. ,Only 25c at. your;'droeBucklen's measly little community** '"-Lakeland the And clerk it shall is further send by ordered mail to by al the Iknown court eyed that 1S-4-91. and refining oil.-Ocala .Banner. to any other cough mrficme I have *

J 1Att Arnica,Salve for skin Telegram. itors notice of,said petition and this order, NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAt DEED used. I advise anyone Q:need of such
toDL addressed to them at their places of residence UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS medicine to give it a trl L" For sale "j
(!) Read the u stated.Witness.
,,1: Telegraph-$1.50 a year 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. Break It Now. all dealers. *i 1
Up
a by
v ,the Honorable Bhydom M. Call Notice is hereby given that E. E. Canova. : ------ 1
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VANDERBILT.' Thursday, v ,' -' *.<:'. 'I lAWTEY.Mrs. '

-, Miss Minnie. Hartridge ind'gr nd.daughter. -

i Jack'"Froat'baa 'been visiting thru of, Jacksonville, visited Mr ..E., A. Todd,an4MLJ. McIntyre -
y and Mrs.. 8. J. Norman and family i J
1 this ,section'for the past few days. of Provincetown, Mass, were

the Hog, past killing week'has been the, order for for Misi a few,Anna days Lee; came over from guests at the home of Mrs. M_:J2. Edwards .: We Don't Sell ChstinastGood

the first of the II'week. Mrs.
Lake Butler:Friday to visit:her sister .
.. Hers. Patch and Smith preached "s
at Emanuel Miss Attie Lee, and attended the Todd has left for her winter homeat ,' ', ;:

very Sunday interesting and Sunday sermons evening., The cane grinding at Mr. S, Norman's on Fort Myers after a, few days' visit 'But We" Are On The ;Job The Year :rJE j -
and returned Lake
meetings were well 'attended. Friday night' to with friends in Lawtey and Starke i* ".
Cane and stews are Butler Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mrs Around '
grinding candy accompanied by McIntyre.odd When it Comes 't
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Mrs. Della Frierson visited Mr. and to
-over with now. We all enjoJed'themel'J T was a resident here for. a number -
.tI Mrs. J. G. Crews the latter of -
much. part of years, and her many friends
Mr. J. G. Crews is the owner of'a last week.' here'are always glad to welcome her. :

I I four passenger Ford, which he is very Mis. Robert.Cone and children re Mrs. M. M. Fryer is the guest 'o f L1Imber1 Building M teria1
\ turned to their home at'Stuart, after
proud of. We guess he is riding now. friends in Gainesville this week.
weeks with her father
Mr; Lang Bailey is visiting his spending a few Rev. G o. Larramore, of Brooker,
father for few weeks.{ Mr. L. L. Sapp. filled his regular.
semi-monthly
a appointment
Mrs. H.,Thomas, of Wauchula' who Mrs. Amanda McManan, of Ocean at the Lawtey Baptist; Of All Kinds, and Offer You TheJ est Service: 1
Miss. is her brother
had been visiting in our burg, has returned Spring, visiting church last Saturday and Sunday. ,
to'her,home. She'was'accompanied Mr. C. Pitts. Misses Susie Belle and Wilma Blaa n'I and Prices Possible. !, ';"

by her niece, Miss Eula Nor Mr. Sam ,Whitehead is having chard were shopping in Starke Mon i, :z-.
hzK nice erected on his farm r .
..r, man. cottage neat day. t !t ..'...
School is progressing very nicely a here.Miss Messrs. T. J. Terry and James H.
M"r. Vanderbilt, under the management Anna Renfroe, of New River, Moore spent several days last week 1 ". '
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Misses Yirgic Clarke and Attie Lee. spent Saturday night and Sunday with bird hunting near Fort White. They iM i: ;.,-
I ki. her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yar limitMiss .
the
Candy Pulling. report
The candy pulling given by the borough. Jennie Wilson returned homeMonday 0 The Ambition
Clark the week ofthefHousewife in
Miss Virgie spent
:Mises Yarborough Wednesday night from a visit to relatives and
end with her cousin, Mrs. E. N. Folsom -
was well"attended.. Those present friends in Tampa and Kissimmee. ,?-
r} were Mises Mae, Minnie and Myrtle of Raiford. Miss Rebecca Whitehead is a guest '5'-,

Yarborough, Truby Johns, Blanche for a few days at the home of her sister -
CLAY Hill. it
Moody, Phyla and Pearl Renfrew, Eu Mrs. W. A. Colley, of Starke. 7II

b r.a la, Alta and Ruby Norman, Evelyn Mrs. Lillie Wilkinson made a business Mr. H. C. Peace was a business visitor ;
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and 'Anna Renfroe,' Allie and Mary .trip to. Green ,Cove Springs ,on to Jacksonville Monday.. t: t
Moore, Alpha Hodges, and Pearl Mc- Monday, also expects to visit, relatives Mr. L. H. Hill was transacting t r't'

; Kinney. Messrs. Pete and.John Yarborough there fora few days and take in business in Starke Monday. .JI ) Who loves her hombalways ce'n.j;

Colonel and Miller Johns, the sights,that the city affords. Postmaster R. B. Jackson was in ,i' is.

Lonnie Norman, Jim Thomas, Leon Mrs. Nancy Perry, of Starke, wasvisiting Starke Saturday on'business. y- r <

IfK Renfroe, Ernest Williams, ClaytonJohns her parents Mr. and Mrs. I ,Mrs. 0. J... Thomas was shopping in tersionmakmg the home more in-

Leopric Johns, Oscar and Gurney Sam Starling, of here, the latter part Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday of "

Crews, Cecil Adams, Messrs. of the past week. this week. viting and comfortable for winter. It toy.-
Dukes and Clarke. Mr. and Mrs Na The pastor of Highland church and Mr. J. T. Quigley, of Starke, was a means more ;

than Moore, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yar' charming daughter, Miss Elizalei'b.spent : business visitor to Lawtey athem than the of F -*
the
borough. Saturday at Rev. James truck day.Mr. man family can even;, know.

Mrs. S. J. Norman and daughter} lands. W. M. Redding was in Starke .
Eula, were shopping in Raiford on )Ir. H. B. Hudson made a business Monday.

.', trip to' Jacksonville Thursday, re Mrs. John Howe, of Kingsley, who : WE ARE .

.,....-.l:' I ..a ''-'" turning Saturday.Mrs. .- has been the guest of her daughter, PREPARED i
'r.: :--'! ;:\1-; .
1'.-. ,or::1.' '' ..... '1;:.'.J'.. '. ,, < "A Iva Lang is visiting her hus Mrs. A. A. Smith, left, last Friday for '
..{.';<4y.. ..". -' ;.1/. ,t: /"ij ". -_-_ band's parents here this week, Mr. Gainesville, where she will visit relatives 1.0 Remodel,, Redecorate Plaster Wallboard
-'t. Z'- -
'If, .., and Mrs. Dave"Lang. for a few days. ,.
-- > Strength Past Rev. ,James Strickland went to Death of Mrs. Whitehead. xf
or Painl! Your Rooms and
Black, Creek church Saturday to be The death of Mrs. Lydia Whiteheadoccurredlast Male. Your

; ; Fifty Yearscan present Sunday to help ordain' Bro. Saturday evening at 9 .. ,

fee maintained by Edwin 'Saunders for a preacher also o'clock, at her late home. Mrs. Whitehead Homes Like New. Let Us Show You.

adapting the right Boorish Bros. McQueen, Saunders and D. J. had a stroke of paralysis abouta _

1Ileat, and Nature's two oil- Knight for deacons. He returned 'on year ago, which she partly recovered ,

u fooodOSrott'lEmulsionhas Sunday evening and reports a glorious from. About two months ago she .
meeting. bad another stroke, from which sbe ri .
streaftheaed tbowuds omen .
This section was visited Sunday: has been confined to her bed nearlyever
tad women to cootmne their work

! -V- ad 5coM'Bstfoloess.E maUbA fof Basy is a food years.a medicine with been a such continual a rain rain.in quite There an age has and not Last since.Saturday evening she had the Quigley Lumber & S
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and a tonic to keep the it caused'the creeks and branches to' third stroke, from which she died in pply'f
blood rich avoid rheumatism be almost unfordable. a few hours.

and thwart nervous conditions. Miss Florence Crews went home on Mrs .Whitehead was' born inla-
It is free from alcohol or harmful
drags The beet physicians Friday to spend Christmas with her chua- county sixty-eight years ago, c
prescribe it M-SO parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews, and moved to Bradford county when Company
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Ir-?. The deceased leaves a brother, Mr. sold $ worth of cane at Ln
trell Ellis
daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.
;. Are You A Judgefof: William Tison, of Starke, and two T. Benton Ellis, of this city, will be Ions He made of fine two hundred and fiftr' '
.. sons and two daughters: H. T. White. solemnized in the First Baptist church syrup, which, if e _
at
.; 50 centra
.t )".' head, of Jacksonville; Mrs. W. A. Col- this afternoon' at 2 o'clock. The gallon, would I'*
ceremony for
: .. ley, of Starke; and J. B. and Miss Re- will be performed syrup 'wid $65 for cane. ;
Rev. J.
becca Whitehead, of Lawtey, besides J. Clear.. by you are in doubt of Enterprise j

x: 'I many other relatives, and all who The bride- will be and see yor',,yourself. .
.. j.. knew her, to her attended as' ma- Hess and-Rowe have had about 1
Cigars! ? .. ,' mourn departure. tron of honor by her sister, Mrs. last cut at'coon
The
the hunting.
?; ; great beyond. Charles A. Marks,of Starke, and Mr. :'.
. : . ,, ,. Funeral services time we herd. from them they
were held at her Adams .
will
.,_ be attended Dr.
F. + -..: /.? : :, late home, Monday morning at eight Walters, of Cochran, as by best man.G. C. going ,in ba kruptcy. They will ,_

- ,. .. o'clock and the body was interred in The couple will leave this afternoon to quit hunting now. -:
the If you cah't think of what to
Sapp cemetery near Raiford. Rev. for a wedding,trip to St. Louis and --
Olin Boggess conducted the servicesat other points, after which they will your friendfor; a Christmas p <
J the go have the Telegraph sent to him
i home and the,grave. to their future home in Cochran. .i
.- a year. This is an ideal gift.
EASTERN STARS ORGANIZE. No cards have been issued in the m

HE 'more you know' about Cigars the better it is for ---r- city, Sun and,friends December are 17th.invited.cainesville C.ARoOF; THANKS.

T A local chapter of the Eastern Star -L

us...the better it, is for If was installed at the Masonic Lodgea We desire to extend our than
not judgeof
you. you are a few days ago by the Eastern Star RISING.There all who were so kind and helpful
I Lodge of Lake Butler. our mother during her sickness .

Cigars you must trust the manuafacturer. Hereis The following officers were appoint will be a Christmas tree at I death. 1
ed: the Rising school house Saturday. Everybody REBECCA. WHITEHEAD. t

where reputation comes in play. The A. P. H. Cigars Worthy'Patron Mrs. J. P. Tomlinson. invited; to attend.J. MRS. W. A. COLLEY.J. t
LiP are E. Norman was in Starke on B. WHITEHEAD.H. .

made W. P., Mr. J. E. Wilson.A. Thursday attending to business. T. WHITEHEAD.

in your own city, where our reputation for producing a M., Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. H. L. Stevenson has gone to spend STOP THE CHILD'S COLDS. *
the

strictly high grade, all Havana Filled Cigar has been estab Wilson.Assistant Conductress Conductress, Mrs.. A. ,E.Mrs.Wall.J. E. er sylvania of holidays the Mr.famous with Stevenson relatives Rising is place the in.Penn. own and-' They Will, croup Often and Result whooping Serioustf"Colds con g 5

are childn=1's ailments! which net4t
from
lished. Adab, Mrs. A. S. Crews.' the good crops he raised this
immediate The afterfects
attention.
Ruth, Mrs. N. D. WainrighLEsther year it looks as though he is going
P are often most serious. Dot/
Mrs. W. L. Wall. to continue the traditions of the place '
Dc
gl for take the risk-you don't have to.King's
Nothing will please him better than Christmas box Martha, Mrs. A. D.. Kean. productiveness.he made Of Porto Rico New:; Discovery checks try:
a of Electa, Mrs.. F. F. Stump. els yams 800 bushels, 500 bush- cold, soothes the cough, allays the is-J
being of
marketable
Warden Mr. J. P. quality. Oneo '
Tomlinson.
i
l' A. P. H. Blunts or Club House Cigars. Every time he smokeshe Sentinel, Mr. W. T. Weeks. with fthe a tubers girth to was 20 inches in length, I Carnation nature to, "kills d? her the healing germs work.and a oI 5

.' Secretary, Mr. F. F. Stump. correspond. bottle to
at :
your druggist. Buy a

i kr' will thank the giver, the better the Cigars. The greater the BICYCLE THIEVES CAUGHT. church Services Christmas will be day held,, and at Corinth dinner daJ. I (!1;

"
".. will be served the
: on grounds. All
thanks. Tuesday morning Chief Kite got no- are invited. Bring the goodies and DR. 0. L. HAYNES' !

tice from Highland to look out for come. I Dentist. J

I.f the party who had stolen a valuable -
I bicycle there from Harry ENTERPRISE. 9 Bmldinfr!
one Bel- Phone 81)) Hull 1
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>, : .';, A. P. H. Blunts and Club House Cigars .:J,.. brose. Wednesday Mr. Kite caught V STAIKE, FLORIDA. *
Elijah James and F. H. Thomas with Rev. D. L. Phillips filled his j >>tt

.' Packed. .. in Christmas Boxes 25 to .a Box." : : -' '* the goods and arrested them, notifying lar appointment at Maxville Saturday regu i;

i -, '- ,'':.' -. the Clay county authorities about and Sunday.Mr. There is tf>ra Catarrh fa this eeto'j. i
.. the the countn'tiiaa all other disease
arrest. They and A. '
: came took F. Green and
-. away son, Edgar, of together. atdTnntU tha last few r"
f. :' ; 'f < the prisoners but on arrival at High- Jacksonville, visited friends here last was suppoatJ i It be incurable. For a a l'--'
( ,: ,-'; ,J" land Belbrose, the complainant, had. week.A many disease yeart.itoctors and Prescribed; pronounced local rcraed-es it 9
gone. by eonsbLtiy'f:1Jllng to cure with k
large number of S4
I our citizens attended treatment Denounced it Incurable ,
It was then found out that Belbrose United States court in: Jacksonville ence has prtvca Catarrh to be a eos= i
Starke had himself stolen the wheel at Jack- last week. tutlonal constitutional disease treatment.and therefore IlaU* re9 Cal j j:

Cigar Company sonville and was one of a gang of bicycle Mr. 'R .E. Hess of Lawtey, visited Co.Cure, Toledo manniactnred,; OMo Is by the F.only J. Ch thieves who have of late shown here Saturday. ctre cfn the market. It a i takes _{
much activity in ternally 1:1'j r frcra 10 crops to a.
Jacksonville Messrs. b.
and Eddie and Andrew Milliard spoonfuL acts directly on tta'acesoftbeB7st '
other cities. Mr. Kite is now on the visited at at Rising and mucous t; en."1"1 |
Tuesday. offer one hitlred dollars for any < .._.. \
.,..:, Starke, Florida lookout for Belbrose and his C asso-, I We'stated in last week's Telegraph fills tJnonWs.to cure. Bend. for circulars t ,':'.
ciates.
that we would give the yield of Mr. Address: r; 1. t2Y a co..
J. Norman's. cane patch soon. This Bold by DKrr ts, r.e.
ADAMSELLIS.The Tate&n'e 5114n117 1'illa far eosauad ;
shows what
iI: can be done at Enter
prise. On hardly one-half of an acre Get our prices for printing and ** j

marriage of Mr. A. C. Adams, of land, with three sacks of fertilizer,II I I; will get Twir: orders.


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,; '. : M' ?J.I ... ...... _. (i. ':":' :--- :'fled down to insignificant. proportion* mighty good''to' yoon to 'Uv mea for;U* ,.... tine Fm too_ flat

ti.. :' ." _I:worlr RUnt t-awrt'-'to lr trimly at.as as--w* passed Ut thing to Jamey ad fad .m* thatmothattiat '...* I east de a thJa. on'y list feel t .

,..", *' .-. to ask A'very ayedal favor of .tie grated. window and low scowling .Ifttf* hoc ye* know. glad;,and a.mpa'':kind o',says. that Gi1W'Vi triA I

I.7 a/. I; rot...and. taking .. a little doors.. :Occasionally .w* passed a x.') I' gas H went tried tt.", M-'that's: "*,'1Ia44e1t,'glad' in Mi the '

i ai a".1 ixrlahaS& ils sealed packet from my pod: "here's clomp 'of empty box**,. barrels and 'ah*' Qok"'a taO of, perfect 'sweetness world.. tameayt""Oh ,_ .. ,. ----- : '

I, ;"eeaterei"" his Isnro 'a little pa Oat ,.....to take to Sib r|such debria and merchandise'as had rested,on the,face and,tin hand I. pshaw, stat! Why dont you' Fot'iChristm s

j, I rIIt"ste wes with ay ;c apUaMets--tat! compli- J teen crowded poU-mell from some inner within, my 'own' nestled ''Ia clOTeJ1te tell a feller wh r.,the matterr. ; MIl ;r *-*

14.' ..nl""l saaitI i of rile'seaaem.:yoa jaadentaad, :storag* by their:a."erael more peace. ,,th* toy,'uneasily.. '. i'--_, '' .... *
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"lri -n* ten her I sent tt.wlhiiIUeo'Ji :i dignifled...companions;, rad'now' and The toy tent err the ;white face The whit* hands linked more cleat 'i"your -ruvro f'famiJy will' !

it Chartte '..t, wat I lilKirtlmH that.t'Ibe shomldnt then we passed an empty bus, bulging from behind and whispered something fly with th* trowvud the pare ties pleased DC "

r.. -'. it open till ebristmas moralng not I up in the darkness Ilk*' a behemothof 4n her ear. trifling the little laughing lifted to.tii. grimy instill they win .Christmas morning lo

.. ... tile'1IoJ. Then ao till Chrlst n" nf T gl understand j the olden'tlmes;' or, Jutting from Ups,arrow her brow as he looked BB.. blat together la a kiss 'f, < .. .find ,one, in the itotue. *Us,'

I look of sarprise ups!' mytafllei her'.that"l_would like still narrower passages, the sloping i-*.Not waltz wbUe""Aht" ntnsic J'I i
aiat Then yeslteli DOW"lame.,;; "Be good ta father,-fer,JOU know rip1',entertainments' aje* ;
: That my very."mesh to OBMLand aa her.'.and ends of dray and carts innumerable. i aald I, ahakfnft 'my head with '.a* used to be so good to,us.*.' always* welcome and>* r

y_. ,J" o..rf'tJIaf. : if *she; aayi an:right-and-yon moat f And aloof even u forbidding a defile feigned merriment-"dont your two. go "0 'Bis? .Bis!" .:: there's'nd
IIIJI caDI me. 8Ja,aDa/me aeadHrfC ,', and shell u this we groped until we came ? better time to get than
'.." -.a glTe mil a good ; upon to plotting about me!" "jfonyr, ,. one
t. ieddaeed :\
v cootJDbattO.. .- say aU si ht if 'Jamesy says all right'then a low square brick building that : :"Oh hello, no, apr exclaimed the .Th' squabby, woman right now.1'Write us.or coma Y
.il". come back here, say two hours might bar served at ore time aa a threw herself : her knee and '
.J. *
: upon
", t ;eoilrtey.and drawing aa my boy; assuringly. 1 was aay just a* to the till glad to from now, or three hours, Or'toDIcht.. I1D1ft1 { wash-house, or. less probably. peshaps. teUln: ala .to sat'you .she'mightn't kissed the thin'. ,hands wildly and with. .
see you.
YOURS
..i'lm,akht1 and see dairy. There was but one window anCwelwill r
... ,. a4.wellID..G; wtL ,a that box OhODt! And you sobs. arrange .
es1w'Tea.ua'toverooabDocG Sill together-what do'you sayr j-In the tloDt, and that but little larger lilt poen ask her If you dont believe meI "Molly, somepin' kind o' says thatyoumust .to deliver it' any .tiale'before' f >

The boy nodded dubiously. HHon than an ordinary pane of glass. In wont listen." .And the little fellow dress me In'the morning Christmas ,. _
'Wout.-
"' eat-must I do all that, sure enough r-. the, sides, however' and higher UP. ,
neded no second IniiiSTand gave me a look of the most penetrative but I won't need the hat, and you f' 1tafian
tt.. feUow "Will your said I; that's what I 'was a row of gratings, evidently designed for .
drew forth aelosely suggestiveness; and when a mo.11 must take it home NannleDoD'
u be want t* know;" and pushed back more to ,serve u ventilation .. loud wake father. .
carloeity.M cry so ; youll
look1* '
JI epje the the dusky little face and looked into than as openings for light There was )
ties deepened to ORe of blank ...\\ I bent my. bead down 'above the
... the bewildered eyes. I but one opening an upright doorway,
and moanedr-moaned.
....,vmeat.; ,-Solldr he Queried, grarely. 1 half above ground.half below with .frowzy:one I
"And you-sir, went on the fallingvoice
J;& .""BO motion to untie tents ""Solid I" repeated handing" him 'Ilttle:narrow sidesteps leadi T downto '
eiprerto. reaching for my hand, "you-
sentir' cad gradually the the' boL "WU11eu comer i It. A light ,shone dimly: from the ,
Itk of you must take.this'mone1 back u
US eyes changed to one BUS. "W>. 'course I will,, OD'" I was Jilt little window, and as the boy motioned
must take It back fer I don't Deed itYoa
tfhUr
Tand d08* .
,.. his Upi athlDktD'I I me to pause and listen a sound : .
must tike it back and-and- '
< "Just thinking whatr said I, u' of female"olee.. talking in undertones "
give It-give it to the poor.ADd
"Open it," said I smfling at the pusI the little fellow paused abruptly and was audible, mingled with a

I aid JJttte rue; "open It-It's for yoa." shook the box suspiciously at his sound like that of someone snoring even with the utterance upon the gra

-.,"OIL,:hen, cap." said the boy, drop ear.. "Just thinking-what!" I repeated heavily clous lips the glad soul leaped and ALL KINDS OF DANCE I
fluttered through the gates. MUSIC
'JI riagilh; package on the, saaf", and ; "for I must, go now; good-by.- ,"Hear the old man a-glttin'- his open ; ,.

IhsldBff W a rigid finger "you're a* Just thinking what"' \ work?" whispered the boy.I RECORDS ', ,01

I gMa,*:me this:slat' your "Oh. nothinV said the boy backing nodded. "He's asleep LEGEND. OF THE. YULE LOG Fox .Trot, Mentation, Mufxe, On'I

: *f giving,you the package, cer- off and staring at ,me in a phase .of I "You bet he's asleep!" said the boy: Step, etc, 75 crab and $1.25 .;;!

I. somewhat .bewildered.I wonder akin to awe-"Nothin', ony I .still :in a, whisper; _"and hell jilt Old Negro Tradition of Its Origin as -y.

I oft-it's*" a Christmas present for wks JUt a-thinkin'ahat yon ,was a little about stay with It.thataway fer five Told In Virginia Every Christmas THE MOST'COMPLETE STOCK OF VIC

yousoien It l,i* the curlousest rooster I ever see." < hours, anyhow. What time you got Eve. ;
I I now AND RECORDS IN FLORIDA I
.I "WIat's year.idy c* layln fer.usercaked Three hours later, as I sat, alone, now cap?" :

the boy, with a troubled and'uneasy he came in upon me timidly to say he 1 i I "A Quarter now till four," I replied, While the family sit around the yule : .. ;, 1

air.:::Tre been a-glvin'yon square had not been'home' yet.haying "run peering at my watch. log and sip their Christmas eggnog. Florida Talking Machine Co '

bwia3s right'dug'ain't' ir accost the 'old maD jlet a-bilin. and "W',, 'It'. Christmas, then!" he there is told in many Virginia homes S wwr Frvil abed: ..

"Why, Janeey"_said I. u I vaguely had, to git him corralled 'fore he cried in muffled rapture of delight; every Christmas eve the old negro JukmriBe, .FI. rida.

eomprtbeaicd 'the real drift ,of his dropped down som'er's. in the snow; but: abruptly checking his emotion tradition of the' origin of the yule l-t. .w:19Of. .Sol in tolay r

UwugBt, "the.package Is for you, and but I'm a-gttia''long bully'' with him he beckoned me a little farther from ., log. "- ,: i

U you!wOa't open it, I wflV and u t now" he added with a deep sigh of the door, and spoke in a confidential IB the early days one of the old darkies .. : ,,. .

poke I began unfolding It "Here. relief,"eanaehe's so full bell haf to1''I .whisper.' would recite the story after the ,,f)

raid If t.... a pair of gloves a little girl let go Dirty' loon: Say youll be I "Cap. look here, now; 'fore we go In fire was kindled and the lurid glareof 'S'OS I f1

atat.your atse told me to.give.to you herer I i I want you to promise me one thing the yule log lit up the darkest corners .?

setasaji I .was telling her about yon nodded silently and he was gone.!I I -'cause you can fix: it and she'll never 'of the room. ,,

em;Vbere 'I flea and ifs 'a dear The merry peak of laughter rang j j drop! Now here, I want to put up a a. Then'the old legend was told as follows We carry aU.the leading varieties '

i eanf" and I laughed lightly to myself up from jthe streets like mockery. The;Job on Sin you understand!" : of, Farm; Held &nd"Garden : :

: u Iced: a'slow flush creeping to Jingling of bells, the clatter and confusion -I "What!" I exclaimed starting back One very cold Christmas eve when seed that have 'pete tested :i

[ Us .fce*. And here-'I&1d I. "la a of tie swarming thoroughfares, and staring at the boy In amazement"Put /. the frosty wind howled across a world and known to be adapted.to this .'\1..
beafaf:pair of good, old-fashioned old black man was elt- .
flung up tome not one glad.murmur ?" of snow, an
Job Sis soil
up a on and climate fill
.aoat4 end. tt they'll fit you there's an of delight; the faint and far-off blar "Oh look here ting in his little cabin on a mountainside We can f 1

oldl"eBaa that wears specs and a ing of a dreamy waltz blown breeze- back now feller cap like; you that aIn'tacoID' !" wishing and wishing that he,hada I your order immediately! ,for new' .. -)

Motes* her.note, told me to tell yon like over the drowsy ear of night, had broke in the on little a In min. fire to warm him. crop of'all varieties of! "*' ''I I :

fur .... that'she knit them for your sounded sweeter to me had I stood I! gled tone of fellow and a Suddenly he heard the cry of a little Bermuda'Onion Seedy Onion 4'

CarMaaf:present. and If you dont amidst the band, with every bellowing .I "and if don't pleading feller reproof; child away out in;'the cold. The old Sets Turnip Seed [Florida .
you help a 111 haf :
n.1) lEAHDOWN lite!,
wear(them hell never forgive you.. horn about my ears, and the drums to wait till broad black man hobbled to the, door and Grown Seed Bye: .See 'Oats, = I '
'lad.lire I continued Is a',caP. u mad.I I _daylight 'cause we SAID THE' GiRL- It the icy world of Seed .
clashing cymbals howling ain't got no clock." r ;i gazed out across BarleyrVetch-Rape, 1.-, : ..
.tassj'as. p.woo4. >:worm, and as.warm couldn't work, I couldn't read,:Icouldn't 'r snow. The wind and the snow came I Bye 'Grass for.WtDter', r i .' "t

a cay.:I recta, u you ever stood oa rest; I could only pace aboutI "No clockI repeated with in- rushing in and the old man shivered lawns, 'lower bulbs for fall ; I

year> head In: It's a cheap cap but I heard .tile dock strike ten. and creased bewilderment ment later the glad words, "Christmas 'tin his "onllest two teef chattered .

'tbaffcf tt>lth:my,own, money, and strike hard; I heard it strike eleven ""Ob come, cap, what do you say? gift! Jamesy" rang out quaveringly .with cold. planting and I' 'j

...., that worked mighty bard to viciously; and twelve'it held out 'at It aunt no lie, yon know; all you got in' the thin voice, the little fellow The plaintive cry of a little child NATALGRASS SEED ., .1?
..... rich I to do'll be to Jlst tell Sis It's Christmas Complete stock of and. ,I
.. I aint ; now If wasriebTtbay arm's length and struck it full between snatched the sack up, in a paroxysm came again across the snow. It went garden ,

you a plug;,but I've got the eyes, and let it drop-stone as though you didn't'wut me of delight, and before the girl had straight to the old man''heart and field seeds, poultry fepd'and: = l j :1

aa.Mat Oat this little, old, woolly cap, dead. 0 I saw the blood ooze from to hear' you know; and'then she'llgut time to lift the long dark lashes once he wished with all his power of longing supplies incubators, etjv Write 'T

wttVurtess to it.. and a' mapper to go Its ears and sawthe white foam my 'Christmas"gift! first yon .upon his merry face he bad emptied that he might have strength to for our fall catalog and weekly
laMVov chin; don't ,.ou see, wont know;-and, oh, lordy: won't she
its contents out tumultuously '
upon .A
etc.
freeze upon Its lips! I was alone- go out and find the unfortunate little price list on poultry feed,
besfcsdcsf to knock around In. such thick she's played It fine! And u the bed.
alone!
Oldest established and ;
largest
:weatksr as this. What do you I&r. I slowly comprehended the meaningof "You get it on to me, sis!" cried one.A ;,:
It was three o'clock before the boy third time the walling cry came, seed house in Florida.EJJartiDSeejlCo. ;t
Crow!Tyy)er ts once," and aa I spoke returned. the little fellow's plot I nodded my the little fellow dancing wildly round and then a wonderful thing happened.A .

Itaraei to ytoee".<' it on" his head., "Been a long w" 1fe," he began, "butI willingness". to assist In "putting. ,up the room; "got it on to me this time! miraculous power filled the old i
t tyOs i iit! he negatively mur the Job. but I'm game, don't ferglt &nddont .
had a fearful time with the old man you man's veins.. His muscles became ,
issrei yetttag oat his hand his closed "Now. hold on second! continuedthe
and he went on so when I did lit him a put' up nothin' snide! How'llthem strong and tense, his crutch fell back
o.IK'Cast .f.
Bay'St.
.... ttfrsriag-tiie little frowsy head little fellow fa the wildest'glee ,
shoes. there ketch ? and : Y
la I was 'most afeard to lean Um; you Into the cabin and h* stepped from.
taosiag forward,and the.ragged shoes but he kind o' went,to sleep at last, darting through an opening in a high how's this fer a cloak?-Is them the threshold out Into the snow. Jacksonville .. Florida ;! JJ

rl.tIII.* ulcer.aid ., and Molly she come over to see how board fence a dozen steps away and enough beads to suit you? ,And bow's He harried over the snow with an '

1a-t.: I, my oft voice growshaaged"won'ou Sis 'was a-gittln;; ,and. Sis said "she'd in an instant reappearing with a bulkyparcel this fer a hat-feather and all? Andhow's activity he had not possessed since, ,++++-MIIIIHIIIII it++...++ I"4 1

r take like to see ypu If,you'd come now;:yon which, aa he neared, me I discovered this fer a dress--made andeverthlng boyhood and by and by he came to a + .

JsttThey are yc&rs; you know, while they. ,ain't no racket goin' was a paper flour Act halffilled ? and I'd 'a' got a coraik little child in a snow bank. : '
.
; + +
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tivisi SEABOARD TIME TABLE.
,,Jamwy,not because the,other half 1&pped'down.lDd .
; with it if he'd had little
ria'ftvery muchor bethey're CL'"Come; fastened'with large twine on'y any As the child's little form touched ,: + -:....... t +- 11t 11\:
a 1trb1g
= You won't look
enough. fly
then said I. buttoning my netnothin' him a great, new strength came to .
very: tine I continued. coat at'the "Now this stuff," he went on excitedly ,when throw all that style ..4'lhe' following a neA'we is + ;
closely throat "I am you him which seemed to give him wings '
:$.M.t I don sad folding up the par "yoa must, Juggle in without Sis now br effect' : 41g. i ", *\
ready; and a moment, later we had on you lathe, morning!-Guess DOUNADd to speed back to his little cabin.' i : i I
... "itl; becaue you know I want I I seeln' It-here, shove it under your the ; Nol: 3 ''Jacksonville to Tam-' + ; : _
aw'and, = stepped into tha frosty. night We I delighted boy went off upon He ,placed the child upon the bed 1' ..
and-you must take 'ben., here-there-that's business! 1i
I another wild excursion round the pa, due at'Starke ll:02j'A. M. 4' i ,
and tenderly drew the, ragged,ijuttt
; you must! and u I concluded, Now'when ff
you in, you're to set
go room. No. 1 Jacksonville to Tampa + t
slaetthetightlifolded'parcel bef about it and then be looked to see It :
/ down with the other side to'rds' the
,
f Us arm,Md.pressed the'llttle' Even slatternly Molly looked up there might be a piece of furniture of ," 4l.at! Starke 11:1 P. M. + I >
bed you see and when -Sts:hollers ,.
led elbow firmly over It with a. faint show of interest that which to make a fire to warm the little + No: lb, Jacksonville to Cedar + .
'Christmas you
gift know jilt
you
kTlere' said L might- have grown Into enthusiasm, one > Key due at Stark>) 4:49'P.M. + it''I'
you are, "Freeze* ontt.'aad kind o' let It slide down to.the floor "
and the sodden lump of flesh the .
M: well aUp-ofl here at the like, and,111 nail it. slick enoughthough := on At that very instant a great log + .. .' + .. : -
Maaa; ICome.._.'. ....VV ..*, floor'stirred and moaned uneasily his rolled across the threshold and into vNo. .
.r", > ;111 p'tend,'you know;It ain't drunken slumber, ,disturbed the 4, Tampa to Jacksonf :.
by
V I hte14 dared to look behind me till Christmas'yet, and look sold out, andsay noisy.Joy of Jamey"Sae" the fireplace. The little child'lookedat vffleV due at SUrke 2:49, P. M. d'No .. \
gasped
:ilMli the log with eyes'like stars, which Vt .
svself upon the street but u I ,it,wasn't fair fer you to tell her ." 2, to Jack On= t II
'** bit and lovingly,her thin band hovered : Tampa
?
** sent gleams of light that kindled'the ;
aa eajerglanee shout ,
,11 saw the 'Ut\1i'-IeDow"over"following my and all that; and then I'll :open up over the things that should have been log with the most .br lIant,1re..the ,* vUle/due at Starke 4:54X.M.! +. :

suddent-like, and if you dont see old to + No 14 Cedar' to) Jack- .' if
lvljindlag joyfully but with a precious girl or woman. She lifted old man had ever seen.- ". <- Key .: i!
k step the little parcel hugged Sis bug out them" eyes of hem I don'twant the shoes stroked the cloak and.dress. The dingy little room was tilled with- *,6's. nville, due 'at'StuJi.[ 9:21 :

r to Us side and ,hfa eyes bent a cent! And as the gleeful boy and' there was Just the suspicion of a radiance and warmth, and as the light "* A. M. : -p-' >
concluded this, speech, he put his sob in her throat she fondled the '
'apoa Ute tl0tea'grounds?. .' : hands as wrapped the child he laughed and e
: over his mouth, and dragged
:AI4, low's 81s by this timer 'I hat, "feather and all" Then she turned laughed like a song of the heart The + Starke and Wannee Branch 'P
me down the little .
narrow steps."Here's
.eaeerily, 'flinging the Question toward me."Lean .. old man turned his eyes to where the + + .'
: and that feller come to see yoa. down here" said the girl a fire burned and watched the Dimes ; .
walking oa more 'No.'lQl leaves starke 6:45 it
.' Sill" he announced abruptly openingthe great light in her eyes and the other leap in beautiful rainbow tints !:over '. ..
door and peering in. "Come t 'LZ: ,: .i' .
|",lnttthe"same". on slender hand sliding from beneath the the of '.
said the boy log forming shape. a cross r
he said + No.: arrives at' Starke .
turning to .me. I followed the covering. "Here is the box 104
you in fire
: a little, and skipping Into "
r closing the door; and looking curiously + 245' P. ri' *> '- '
psiAieat sent me,'and I've opened it it wasn'tright ..The flames of the cross leaped '

the; same, 'eh! and: noWa. around. A squabby, red-faced you know, but somepin' kind o' higher-and,higher, blue, red. yeUow + ..
\l tea.f.f woman, sitting on the edge of a low said to open it 'fore morning-and- and white, 'till all' mingled into the + i Limited Trains '1., +

', bed, leered upon me, but with no I and I opened It." .And the + +
'> thl cant git around much like eyes colors of the rainbow, and ae.the old --
salutation
c: 'Msd to,,, )'Oq bow; but 'ahe'a ..An old' cook-stove proppedup seemed asking my forgiveness, yet man watched all this display, suddenly + No. 9, Jacksonville to barn- + ,.

better all the'time/ She' set with bricks, stood back: against the were filled with great bewilderment and magically a table appearedIn pa, due at Starke 12:51 P."M.. .
|..lgaty wall directly opposite and throughthe "You see," she went OU, the thin voice .
High all day ylsterday; and the center of the room; covered + No. 10, Tampa to Jackson"I
|.9 boy spoke the eyes lifted with warped and broken doors in front falling in a fainter tone, "I knowed with a Christmas feast such as never + vine;due 'at.Starke 6:10 P. M. .-
sent out a dismal of the
suggestion
:. it flash that money in the box-that is, the before had '
-
: : and the little frowsy been spread before his "
fire + T.. J.:. Griffin, Agent. .
that burned within. At the side : l
bma--I knowed them bills 'cause
with. the old defiance. one eyes, and never again was he hungry '
. of this, prone the floor lay the +' ... f. +
t letdown a1ckt -l&Id,1. upon of 'em had inkspot on It, and the or cold and never after that.was there '
n wretched figure of.' +**,*+ 111111111111 tt++,++
evidently
a man, other had been 'with it .
"> of sorrow amitiig 111I., ones pinned a Christmas in old Virginia withoutthe "",
'''\: ,', reeled t the boy "she's been In the deepest stage of drunkenness they wasn't pinned together when you yule log and the Christmas. Childto "

. ', 11tlme iou see,".he broke and thrownloosely over him was an sent 'em but the holes was in where give light and warmth. PE-RIFNA;
: wllfilrtdt-emanation old tattered piece, of carpet and a little had been f
: "she,didn't they pinned and they was This is the story of the yule log as

get nothin when winter checkered shawL ;all pinned together when Jamesy had'emcause it is told in Virginia every Christmaseve.

fI took cold you know. There was no furniture to speak of; > Jamgay, 'used to have t Peruna is not a new land

her the whoopln''coegh r one chair and that was serving- as a them very bills-he didn't think I untried remedy-our grand f

...ehf cemldat stand-stood near the bed a high fathers used it.
git around much. Your"'tIt knowed-but onc't' when he was Good Slogan."I .
to;..' her hump-shouldered bottle sitting on It, a asleep and father a-goin' Fifty years ago it was onsalg
now Oh. she's was through wish we could hold the elections nearly drug store .
every
; 'aJ1 right ,... fruit-can full of water and a little dim his clothes. I to find 'em in \
now you can bet! : happened along about Christmas time said the in the country can supply it
,Md lie aid Jiaterdal Ihe'd be plum THE BOT HOTIQHZD WE I and smoky lamp that- glared sulkily his coat 'fore he did," and I counted astute politician. It is recognized as a ho ae-'

.'j.;! 1 elatsus and that'a ony tomor- to AJDLISTQT ----' "Jamesy, cant you' git the man a 'em and hid 'em back ag'In, and "Oh, that's a poor time for a campaign hold remedy in, thousands of "

: DOt!" and (the,little,fe. Lmoved -Ii t cheer, er somepun P' queried a thin father didn't find 'em and Jamesy ," objected the unthinking per homes for coughs, ,colds, .

IJil; ..4ed WI enItant.. ? ch. he voice from the bed; at which the red- never knowed it I never said noth grip catarrh and those ;
troubles arising from such
me, and them. shot for> along In 'silence, the little felt' faced woman rose reluctantly with in', 'cause somepin' kind o' said to son."Poor time?" responded the astute disturbances. #

1 a rocket ;;, low; half running,' half sliding along the rather sullen words: "He can sit me it was all right and somepin' kind politician. "Why just think of the TODAY IT IS JUST AS .,, t
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lJameeyr I called after him the froaen'" ment in the lead and here reckon while the boy lookedat o' said I'd git all these things here vote that would be raked IB for the EFFECTIVE, JUST A S '

!. }fig at.a stairway and stepping I noted, with a\ pleasurable ;, t, me significantly and took up a position too-on'y I won't need 'em, ner the party that set up a cry for the 'Full RELIABLE AS EVER AUD i :
thrill that
1 .e.door. he had donned the little fuzzy near the "stand. money, nor nothin'. How did you get Christmas stocking!". NOTHING BETTER HAS f

j :; "lliW ( llow joined me.!In aa< mittens, and from time to' cap and! "So this is Sisr I said with rever the money? That's all!" BEEN 'DEVISED AS A. .
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I :: Ilait; ."Waafthat shine now' aa flinging! u he ran ence. The boy had by this time ap. For the Reindeer. READY.MADE

'..... \ !dth panting eagerness at his shadow on the admiring snow. glances I The little haggard face I bent above proached the bed, and was gazing curiously In Belgium the boys and girls fill CINE.M wfc* fcjeet t* IJmUMedletM ,\ -; rTae. w ,

i' .. .e tom mow. r..J.....,.- laW I,.-for Fm Our way veered bat a little was beautiful The eyes were dark ) upon the solemn little face. their shoes with brans and, carrots, will Sad Pcnw T 4>- '.

t M-1Jte'bmrfor.. a..whiter. the wry center ,of the eU,. but from led and tender very tender 'and though "What's the matter with.YOU Sis?" and.putthen in the chimney corner teti dealrmbU CO.tt DITIOjr.y "tftCATAKBHAL '.t

'ii-.,'--.h4i'pIIe.. ..her. .&... mainly.QaqtbroUP' ,deeply were'most _childish In he asked in wonderment; "ain't you for the reindeer of St. Nicholas. The 4
aawow streets
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:.DIYER1CATION' value,per improved acre fa crept than' -,CARIPiGJOfi' :,SUNSt' 7

the'Ncrtheni state; but the value of .. 1; f ....:.-* -0't" '
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tar tan. fa far leaf iioa[ear farmers .. '. ;., 'ri t.i': .
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lair proeperofa/The isecretPef the difis'to : > : ,qF.I;: : >.",
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feiiooi, be. found'very largely. in. .. : ; i,> 11 ,.1 -0..:" :,,'. .
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--r rs Another rpQ1iJ k that our.South? ; -" ,
:COTTON'ACREAGEIEDUCEDay srnlfarmers do not farm oa wash fectiveneai on its smoothness tDI .t' h'es" Pt" .')

.....lid are constantly farming to If it is rus., or very dirty,the 1 : I ,_ _. .. ot. .
..Mthera'States At Present Do pay debt*.' We have thought so long jectile is resided' std throwa out .r.'r .oro,,,.. -
a +rv in 'ot.au.. that;with the mar fine., In a ebPnth. shot next ; <
Not SuIIIvufftcie ''''
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ket the barrel wifl be rftarded the layer ,*.k
eonstaatly fluctuating, farmerplants ,
:and F eel Fr Own Use. on the faith that next year at I to this wflj be kioJertd-by'the 1 : : l:. t"i':

,.. I s picking time the.price..of cotton win, and so'oii,=fo* fhat' :;when.' the : .,,

Washngtoft" ,, 1). ; I depending upoa' one- ,crop for If he could change his farm system .1 net reach |ar.fne smaller the I, '- 1,
.. At.sppport of_the country:.is,always so as.to have cotton as',only.one'. ber- of .the> boric!, the'more "t' : 11'.\c.-
manifest i."the tisae of ,crisis. "It of I the elements of .his success, the ious'is the effect:of..dirt and rust," r. ', ''; fn'" ;;":
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state of the cotton market would not. the diameter: so,iTf the : 1J I "ri:1 c.:,, rt
\ wool,a".r-as thoogh it.were jUt so:seriously affect his well being. If. fect reaches pear r to the Ii =" .p f'"
as wand a policy for the farmer to farmer is Thus a 16 or 20'pup
one sowing two-thirds of gun ;I '
:.: produce one cash crop and to supply his acreage in cotton and the balance more attention in this respect the Bajik. ci Starke z
'.. Us other wants from the sale of ft of:10 or 12 I ,
as in.corn and other forage crops,. while .one gauge. "' ;,;..
; ft is for a manufacturer to'lIW ulae- his neighbor has only one-fifth his A rifled barrel Is not' smooth maiy; 'path is aid *>SJr
+' 'tore one article instead of maay. The acreage in cotton, with a three or four side but has form 4 to 7 ridges .. ". '
special one crop is opened to too many year rotation, producing corn, oats, ed "lands" running spirally from cordial t
'; dangers; no one can guarantee the peas,hay and other forage crops witha chamber to the muzzle. These appledatioi
: i quality from year to year nor can the good home garden and plenty of livestock make one complete turn for every ;,
farmer depend upon a 'uniform .coat it would be easy to figure which to 24 inches sporting, rifles; in the year.!; *JWe
productiM., The objections to the farmer would survive either a failureof army Springfield one in every 10 ?
ea -erop system are,'therefore the cotton sop or a low price for ches. This twist of the lands Christmas of '
First, It is economically unsafe. cotton. the bullet the spinning motion, your s
. .: When the production fails or the market The present crisis in Europe and the a top, whereby it is enabled to .

.. fails the country is in distress. demoralization of the cotton market with the point, ahead, bore its of prosperity:,. health
Second, It does not permit the proper is the best opportunity the South has through the air and be less 1.-'
', ; crop rotation for the maintenance ever had for changing the syste m. by wind and other obstacles. If I ',j <:"
:f of ion fertility and therefore, calls i Co-operation between the business interest lands and the grooves between I .

for the most expensive makeshiftsfluongh i *, bankers, merchants and thEfarmeri are not clean, the:bullet cannot I YEAR 1913 r
:. the use of complete.commercial to get, into diversified agriculture low the twist, but goes : -

1k 'r fertilizers. and to re-establish credit upon ahead a part of the lead being atri
Third, It does not give proper opportunity a 'different'basin'iU be, the only pod off in r the passage. The e up, their minds to
for the livestock industry means of bringing the desired results. comes out in a shapeless lump r >
u a part of the complete system offanning. .. In 1915, we must cut the cotton crop has only a short range. The business affairs thru
: to at least fifty percent of the 1914 with which a ballet moves through
Fourth, it fails to give opportunit crop. This is imperative., It is, our 22-caliber barrel js about 1200 feet '
ftr wise plans of farm management only hope of safety. In doing" that second and in larger calibers it wish to form anew

} r in which teams and tools may be liven.tIIe we should plan to take up diversification still faster, which makes it
; maximum days of use per'annum and livestock as a permanentpart that the barrel must be very the new .!Ve
year ex
ad labor may be properly diatribe of our farming and not as a to prevent the bullet jumping ,
ed. makeshift. The twist, and considering the ''w
mere department earnestly
Fifth' such a system limits knowledge urges all farmers to think of proportion of friction surface in to make use of our

s Barrows citizenship and does this: Let us do it now. If we do it small caliber rifle, the necessity
xt" : act foster home building, but' does only for tho one year we shall be at having it cleaner than the 38 or _' _
,:r E'.' i promote commercial farmi II'.* the mercy of the next U IiL Let Usbe calibers is apparent. Also,, dirt
With a proper system of diversified adds to the recoil ,
independent. The United States department any gun t
; r farming the South will get away from of agricutnre most of the the aim is spoiled. IlLL.

-., R Ike economic weakness of its present state colleges and other forces, the While every man and boy
r IrmU may be asked why haswot agricntural press and the Farms I how to fire a gun many do not
yF the Southern farmer produced Union have been advancing diversification how to care for one. Thus we
;t? other cash crops, and why he has not for years. Now is the time to see persons resting on their ,2L
:! .:.. gone in for diversification? The ; Starve
answer put this,great principle into effect. with the muzzle en the ground.
T : is 'very simple. First, becaise Very truly yours, little sand around the inside rim
1- : Ae system has been against him. If BRADFORD KNAPP, cause nicks in a rifle, to divert
t Be wanted to borrow money to pro. bullet, and
Special Agent in Charge. may cause powder
;..- 4nee:> crop he had to borrow on the 0. L.MIZELL, in both rifle and shotgun. / Stroke ,
basis of acreage in cotton or some County Agent. the firing pin with the hammer :
t TED H. HAfUGAN, Cater
ene single crop' as a measure of ered2. soon wear out the former.
:' .' Second if he raised. any othererop 1UDGE.FOit YOURSELF rear-sights, raised by mean] of :
: :besides the one produced by thi screw, should be released as soon :; ,
',... .. community there was no market for Which is iltterTrY An Experiment the shooting is over, or the spring
; iL Or Profit By A Starke Citi apt to bend permanently. All
11 ;f- fa one Southern state that zen's Experience f3)t
import should be relaxed when the gun
.jj sd.,a few years ago, two million dollars Something 'new is an experiment.Must put away.
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worth of hay per annum, a farmer be proved to be as represent When you come home from shOOing I
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carried on a demonstration in hay, eeL clean your gun as soon as !
f ., getting nearly five.tons to the acre, The statement of the manufacturer ble, especially if you use .
The price of hay in that community is not convincing proof of merit.; powder. Pouring hot water thlo g .. '
:{ : was from $35.06 to $30.00 a ton, yet, But the endorsement of friends is. the barrels cuts the dirt and it >
: Ibis farmer had bard work sell Now had bad back.
to the supposing you a then easily wiped out. Don't use
: lfl STthat he had raised.first, because A lame, weak or aching one. iron rod for cleaning, copper or
.by the bad instead of a bale,.loud Would you experiment on it? is betel" When thoroughly dry g Man jJon'0
! BO market; though his hay was better You will read of many so-called inside and outside with vaseline.

.' ttaoi any' baled hay on the market;; cures. your rifle barrel Ii leaded. ., get.. I
. w second, because hay was not general Endorsed by strangers. from' faraway'places. quicksilver a ta drug store' put a "
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1j. purchased through the merchants,- in one end of the barrel, pour in ,<: ;'.
'wAo,'bought through the regular It'. different when the endorsement t quicksilver and churn with the a' rv
duels and had it shipped in. comes from home. ing rod. The quicksilver: win :, *,#.".
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; _t+ ; The enormous fertilizer bills of the Easy to prove local testimony. the lad. ,-'.. .
; South onlybe-reduced bj.I .carob. Bead this.Starke case: For-theepringsin the ,locks -
t I. :' Ishing rotations and the liberal use Mra.M.Y.Hazel, Broadway, Star k:, some oil that does not gum. "N Haw in tie tide. ;
E of. legumes in these rotations. Tbs Fla. says: "I have used Doan's Kidney Oil" Three-in-One" are .
if one of the greatest problems,that Pills on different occasions for Then wrap a cloth around the .; ;
' .z: die South is facing and the one crop backache and other symptoms of kid- to keep the dust out. No matter about it. i Brother 3
; system gives little opportunity for its nay complaint and they have given well you clean and oil your gun ,
solution. Diversification and livestockraising me great relief. I have the sum the shooting season is over, if
{ make it possible for the farmer high praise for this remedy now as I wish it to be in good order at the d demandl
to have a rich soil, maintained at did when I gave a public statementiom ginning of the next season, yon he !: an ab- '
eta maximum fertility with the minisanmcort. time ago." to look it over about once each ,
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Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don' ; .
y Tflr Southern states'at'the'present simply ask for a kidney remedy-get IT REALLY DOES RELIEVE to another home.
1 ttttrdo not produce sufficient food and Doan's Kidney .Pills--the same that RHEUMATISM. buy
.' fsed'erops to supply their own eves Mrs. Hazel had. Foster-Miburn,eo., Everybody' who is afflicted with ... -
', it' ... Unless they have an increased Props, Buffalo, N.'Y. rheumatism in any form should by r
acreage-in these crops they cannot means keep a bottle of Sloan's ,!-
; MBto establish the livestock Industry NOT HUMANITY EXACTLY.A ment on hand. The minute you .

: ;/ 'r: fin the South. Florida' murderer had escaped pain or soreness in a joint or ., : ..
t. .. -'. bathe it with Sloan's Liniment. ,
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Abulletirivdf'the
iJ. < North Carolinav from',,jail and been recaptured. As .
i Department of agriculture issued in he stood safe behind the bars' he said not rub it: Sloan's penetrates Now
for
I 4,1912, shows the following among otiior te the sheriff: immediately right to the seat of an Abstract i
I .l products shipped into the state lorI "John I'm much obleeged to yon relieving the hot tender, swollen
I I ,, .Mjfaumption: $4,346,420 worth of for not offering a reward for me ing and making the part soap
r f; + coin; nearly $5,))00,000 worth of flour; 'dead or alive' in your handbills. If comfortable.' Get a bottle of ..Thousand'Later .
I i 1| ever 11X.ad,one-half million dollars you had said that they'd shore killedme. Liniment for 25 cents of any .
o'i i worth of'cured mat; more than one Yes sir, I owe my life to yon and have it in the house-against
{ :/. sod one-fourth million dollars worth andair thankful for it." colds, sore and swollen joints, ).
f i .Of dressed beef; three and ,onohalfilEOTraolIiH _..MJJm," said the,.sheriff.. "I dont bago, sciatica and like ailments. Y :
\ *worUTof vegetables; know:as you owe 'me'anything Bfll. money back tfndt&tide;but tr. ...' l' a F'!. ..<'<; ; ",-_-, '!
!L.: ftr fifteen and one-half million doUJ.Had-;-put-fdadr'Or alive on the dodgers give almost instant relief. Buy a .:;; 't. '1'
.ate worth of hay, and.two and one- they'd have cost me 50 cents tie today. (

.. fourth million dollars worth -of feed- more as a Jarger size would have been NOTICE.
, ; I stuffs. ,. required. Had they brought you here f Co&y I
i r\ Ike census of 1110! shows a lamentable dead, that would have been the cad : Having resumed-'' connection
t lack of livestock in the South. of it. Now, you ace, I get 35 cents a the Bradford .

Isl I LIt a*with compare some Illinois of ,the Iowa Southern and Indiana day no bail feeding; then you your till fall trial, as comes youH get on, my new duties County requiring Telegraph all my,t !.
I win
not be able
The number of work horses to do any more i1
jltates. which will bring me in right smart
!l per farm in 'Iowa is 6; Illinois, 5.5; one' way and another;-than I get $10 veying until further notice.Respectfully, ;

Indiana, slightly over 3.5; South Car ; for hanging you,. and if your folks H. E. LAGERGREN..
"lr 1! -: Ika, 1; Virginia, little less than 2; don't care to do it 1 get $7.50( for
s. Alabama, L5; of milch cows Iowa avenges burying you ,on which I clear at least STOP THAT COUGH-NOW
S' %. 6.5; Illinois, 4.2;' Indiana, 2.9; $5 as any old box will do. No, Bill, When you catch cold or begin i Z

.North Carolina: ,j.2; South Carolina old man you are welcome to anything cough, the, first thing to do. is to cf With The Died '
{' Alabama, 1.5;. In num\sr of hogs I have done and will do foryou." Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey. It I :
per farm Iowa shows; S4.8; Illinois, trates the lining of the throat i!
r 18.1; Indiana 16.8; North Carelina4J 'COLDS & LaGRffPE lungs and fights the germs of the Honda l1} !
r ; South Carolina, 3.8; Alabama, 4Nus 'J i ease, giving Quiek'relief and na 8a --
', be of poultry per farm in Iowa 5 or 6 dorm 666' will break healing. "Our whole family de 1 l
I; .'atari JO&2. Illinois 85; Indiana,aB toy case of Child & Fever Colds on Pine Tar Honey for coughs -

?$ WWrea* North Carolina shows 18.9; & LaGrippe acts on the liver colds," writes Mr. )E.:Williams, ... '
i ..:* *Cnelhu."; Alabama..19.1. better than Calomel and does not ilton, Ohio. always helps.. 23c ,' ,",.0"-- '

,, :"if.risLtfce'South\we. ..prod**_i mei..*">_ tripe or sicken. Price 25c, your druggist. *. ,-? ; '-' ......; ,'-"" "-"" "-"!: ,.",-{','j" .. .i.. ., ;". ,;'-'
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.OFIEDDEATNN may ))8'diIa ed by.tiie 'is'wefl to -concrete : ,
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Jrn1RED ?INSTITUTE ), icoola. Fow tl" Chief..4* education:does not'prescribe: such:in L fit .. .>", .,,

.;.: ,,1 = I Summing up the chief aims of agricultural the course of.study, lessons'ehouldbe: ... .. .
lerild a of I IrCing' training Wt have (1) tUrn assigned:for.; study. ',These, lessons i (,
'.'- ";-t"f > t. '... ) > I fcg the popU's"'attention:to'the"farm should bear upon :'the 'observations ,I .

.., l;. ,. ntaithihig" This'of '''' (2),..creating'an industrial spirit In made in the school garden, and upon
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f :';<1..'. ; the pupfls.: :(3)v arousing interest in th.Tdieassions'of:: the observations.
inch stud ..
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, : ..... ,. fanning throughout the community ._ Concrete Lectures
j I .. ;J.::J,! f.' -. with the school as'the 'center. '(4), The teacher should give class lectures -

!,. ;-:,$ JJmtB1D.,$:; aid: agriculture D via)'be. 'taught. and in so doing'make better 'citizens occasionally. The lecture shouldbe : g jw 'ii iVV

L --IdV> 'eeboolJ is a. question for the''section. ,in which" we an.employed very:concrete and should be upon 1. .
t. ".,... :;.1. mcdjgft the garden observations and the text _
: are
r ...PHKH m&D1.1oCIKII11'I' hij The.,value of agricultural training book lessons.: Frequent reviews and \
f is a r'.ior question'evert..te himself suitable will be treated as the second division. short, written tests, should be given 4a
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; and environments About one-fourth: of the populationof once !a'. week or perhaps every two
i''.,tisuninity:conditions in'which he is ,em-' the' world.is engaged in farri1 n:. weeks. Too much time can not ba IA 1IB $ m&rj i

.. discussion will The entire population ,deptnds upon taken to agricultural work. However e nt
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Wft present and clotbi at least two lesoshs a week shouldbe
for food 1
the 'farmers 41
i', .....the .cit, and the rural dis- Ungo i! .
required. ,
is discouraged in our pub- .
In the city If farming
11; ikny of the pupils
; the suburb farms, lic schools within a'few years the In. schools 'with large'grades, as yy'V
.are.from the Central school details : t 4
be done: in the'ruralernn fertile and productive lands will be Miami many, -
f what ff" a
thrown out and the'younger genera.foawill.be.oclung must be worked out' before the
k ; be" accomplished in the
\ : to the cities for beat .results ,can be obtained. AH
.Ihe subject will.be di-
t. .ioOlsa
three heads the first two employment, and finding no pleasant things 'must be done systematicallyand
r.' under third. :As 'the first work will,begin to toVander around in at the proper time. First of,all lr
",....:.,. chief'aimi'the of "agricultural idleness: The" encouraging of, agri- there must be discipline, then one of w w .

t =jgwtU be considered. To'keep cultural pursuits- in our public' schools the teachers may direct the individual s elm
:needed present work of.fifty pupils in a thirty minute
most at -
is the step
farm, to induce ;
t:. ..th peattke '
period The pupil must know ..
kt.ap. in'rural districts Agricultural training' will tend to / ?iEk24 lV
what to do, how'to.'do it when ;
farmioc rather than flock make better citizens' of the boys and 'to do
:'f.""* girls,of our state. It.will discourage it and just who of them is to do it !
there more
where are op-
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''', idleness and suppress a wandering without loss of time or confusion.! Ii
U,{Mekers than there are opt i
...Jid ,, ... will 'closer relation Before pupils are prepared to into : -
....."' .make:farm life more spirit. It form a go Ae 1 I I
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:.r- l thu.that of the city, toL between the school 'and the home. a'garden they must know how to I'
( chief aims of be orderly, how to take directions -
the
_yfaf from the :farm and Having realized agricultural '
? then ire ''have the how-to 'respect the rights and privi-
advotiaf for ,the farm, these ;training .
r, ?tkeebWiIm1ofthetrueteacher"rise: values. Just .mentioned.. leges'of their classmates, how to make illustrations give you some idea of g r Holiday Stock that is first !(in variety
7THEabove
School Gardens) proper observations, and how to make ,
t :rt aims": :than.better to bring way agricntnral 1:0- attain How to teach agriculture in our notes on,_same. If the pupils do, not and fairest in price.. Our beautiful display of gifts meets all requirements from ,

I school schools is the third and main topic of know these things much class room ,
right into the : first to last We have
a most complete assortment .of that
f.Mp.Gteles lafestrial Spirit. this discourse. The agricultural work work along this line must of necessity presents everybody :a preciate '.

+ SWs work.can.be done in ,such a of the school will be discussed in two ?be done before. gardening is attempted .- Pleasing and beautiful--at the same tame practical lad useful Every department is filled with
r' industrial spirit will '>min i different lines. This'work in the
t# ftkat an the pupIL Idleness among school will be dealt with as the inter- It is sometimes advisable to have new goods at fair prices. \ t

fls.and the rising generation I: nal phase, and the other relations of lessons on',how to use lagnifyirig
tJ!
;;ilt" lessened' If pupils become I the work to the community as the ex- glasses;how to dissect flowers, how;;to Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware| k
.;_ id in agricultural work and ternal phase. A school garden is the ue,.testers for, seed germination, how .. .
",_]tinually learning something best and'cleanest way to introduce agriculture to make drawings and how to ascertain and Novelties iv .'
r.'abort.the raising of. plants and in the schools Most all of the expenses, income and gainsof f,
waring of, animals; parents are the school grounds are fenced, but if the school garden. '
HP You wig find
1c. Christmas
our offerings with
( are harmony book. From inexpensive : -
the of the Seed tool fertilizers your pocket : t
T'MJiffi: by the interest their children they are not, with consent and are very
l sft'siiaifiBting! in their school workajtwlilraain trustees, a small place may be in- willingly. supplied by the pupils;"',d articles more costly gifts, we offer for your selection,the newest and best :of: the sea ,

their home work.: In closed, for a garden. The soil shouldbe not provided by the school and especially son. Come in today and let us show you High Grade, Strictly Modern, Fair, Priced Holiday
<..ip a closer relation soon exists prepared and fertilized by the pupils by suburb pupils who most always G
; 1slA W school and the home. The Of course this must be dons have gardens of their own. attractions. All are invited A hearty welcome no matter whether you come to see or buy.. '.

*<* fit.seen_becomes the rallying point with the teacher's instructions. Then Committees or groups selected froma .. -
t;fS!its..way/is paved for increased the seeds,should be planted, and af- grade can often accomplish' muchin : ;;
i ifriesteml pursuits--thus making of ter they, spring from the soil almost the school garden at odd chances I

.V atetwd thrifty and. industrious, citijy'iisijst.tt daily observations shduld be made by or even after a recitation period while ;\
._' boys and girls of our pub- teacher and pupils. Notes should be the class is doing work. The groupsatShriver'j IV ,1u MINER'S? : : "II ,
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1 1If 'F 'can be arranged that every pupil may ricultural papers'or* magazines. He .
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) 1 s do some actual work in the. garden. might offer to take the subscription NEUTRALI1VIOIATED ..
,!' An entire class cannot work to advantage if he sees it is desired. He might sug-
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Governor' of CabAl
Zone Asks
in a school garden at one gest the reasonable dub rates. Theteacher ),
time. The whole grade should go in should not lose an opPortunity For Warships..
the garden only.observations and to mention the free.'courSe in agriculture Panama, Dee. 13.?.:-CoL ..GeorgaW.Goethals .

.>;: for the. collection: of specimens.The offered by the'University.of governor' '(if the canal zone,
prevention plant: diseases Florida. At least one person in every announced today that his request'that t.
jp > u well as the development of such, community should take the course. two.swift American;torpedo.boat-de- r

i '.-. 1 should be carefully studied by each If all the patrons of a community stroyers be stationer at the'entrances:
The canker of,the Panama. Ca'nsl.-was
pupil. citrus is of vital cannot subscribe for a paper or magazine promptedby
: : Ki interest to agricultural at the the recent activity belligerent '
. pupils some could subscribe :for one; .
r'bt present. others for others, then'exchange The warships and 'eollictj in the.. vicinityof .
Naive Study Course. exchange should be.made' ugh the the isthmian. wet nva1. '
p !_ ...: ,I should like to see the nature.study school children. The action of tile f\uitratian collier, ,
ft J ta C' ]aus H as Am ve d s course give to aU.boy and girls the Group Studies. Mailing in 1 ving Bilbca'without'her
clearance and the fact thai
knowledge and power to surround Agricultural societies may be organized papers :
-- [* their homes with the most beautifuland The teacher should suggest other colliers ,hari 'J'.hown a disposi ,. ';

I "We are ,now in our new store and we have on display useful plants available, and actually this step. Questions pertaining to lion.-to disregard.carnal ione shipping It
to produce their living by rearing farming and agricultural suits shouldbe laws, convinced Gov.:. Goethals that
' .1 'one,of 'the Christmas stocks we ever had. plants and animals, or both, ifoccasion discussed' every member'fromtime decisive measures"'abould< be taken to !j
.demands. Many will say this to time. Various ones might dis- preserve the neutrality'of;, the canaL 14
}; r gJWe\have presents for Father! Mother, Brother and instruction belongs to the home. One cuss soils, fertilizers, animal breed- Nearly all the colliers in canal wat- :
I of the chief aims is.to unite home and ing, feeds, and feeding, fruits and of ers arrived without health certificate I
; Sister,.,also' for the other fellow's sister. Bring the school in the work. Often, a home fruit culture, poultry husbandry, etc. and in several instances sailed with
from which this fundamental nature Reading circles can be arranged by clearance, papers.' It is presumedthe
: !I:children to see Good Old Santa. He has a lot ofpretties study has lapsed can be reached and the teacher. These should be at the steamers met and coaled the Australian -

rejuvenated by the children throughthe school building. School magazines: and English iet which'con- I
; : ; ;to show them. school. This is not only the eas- papers and even pupils' text books: centrated 'recently in the vicinity of '
, r :i% I iest and most natural way, but in may be read. the Pearl Islands, sixty'miles southeast -,,
f many cases the only hope for introducing In communities where farmers of Panama City.'' '
: We now have one of the nicest stores in Bradford agricultural work. have already been organized unions the- For Patrol pnty.

1 County... Our display and' decorations are very'pretty. In some homes the child has beena teacher might apply for membership, The torpedo boat destroyers that
mere slave or tool to do the drUdg- and aid in the work. In the event that have been requested by the governorare
! When ery and.the disagreeable work in the none have been organized the teacher expected to overb.Jul Belligerent
f are you coming ,to see all our Xmas display.and garden. We should attempt tt> make should suggest that such steps be ta.: crafts attempting to disregard the ca-

Old. Santa the relation of the child and the home ken. nal regulations. .
\dt I f Remember that we have one of the garden ,more and more pleasant by Fairs an Aid. Alleged violations of tiie canal ship .

I r :' !3etVock8 hat in teaching the child facts that he can The teacher with the aid of leading ping laws have, it is a $ged been the
; Brooker. If lookgo'
J ever was you are carry home and apply in his own gar farmers, in progressive communities, subject of complaint to'Sir Claude C. ,

.!r 'anythiDg SHRIVER'S den. can arrange for district fairs. If pos- Mallet, British 'minister to Panama, '
; to he has what
< you Parents Interested. sible the school building and the yard and also have resulted (ii i orders that

J f 1 Jndat.therightprice Aside from the internal workingsof should be used for the fall exhibitions.An fortifications, prevent unneutral
, : the school which have been dis- address on agriculture by some colliers remaining' in "ports pn the
f7'T ( ;; >-' cussed, the best means of making the learned man can be arranged for very zone in disregard of the. :orders of. canal -
". ix 1.We haveaJao added) a big line Furniture and J, agricultural'work most effective and easily. From such addresses much authorities. "$

edthe of making, life happier for every one valuable information may be acquir- It is stated that there: has been i '
} .J- .prices y low. in the community for the teacherto much wireless interter'gee in canal

: *i1 seek every opportunity and to devise ed.For a long time the school has needed waters on the, part of ight colliers t

? .Firstput .ona sale to clean up every, possible plan for gettingthe the sympathy and the cooperationof which recently were is tie vicinity Of
:the canal ;and ,also-.JJy.JaZge warshipfleets
** people interested in agriculture thecommunity.as,.as the community ; .
jour! 'faU stock before we buy our spring line. The teacher ,can arouse this interestby has needed the uplifting and invigorating reported to be within twenty-,
frequently visitin gthe homes, discussing -I influences of the live practical five_'miles of toth ends of* the canaL
3: 'Remember'Old subjects pertaining to the interests school A love for the soil and an Cane As A Sur t 8f.
: Santa:will be glad to meet all the of the community and of the expectation of great results from it Washington, Dee. 13"';'The request '

t children also, the old'folks.Merry citizens, and by insisting on' the pa- should be inspired in the children. of Col. Goethals for two:forpedo boat r
trons visiting the school and seeing The danger that is moat affecting our destroyers came as a surprise to the E
the work for themselves.The rural districts is that the rural schoolsare officials here, who had receive V no I!

ri Christmas. to all i> ; teacher must put forth every educating 'away from the rural previous intimation that neutrality '
t. .'4: V '. effort to secure subscribers .for agricultural homes. Every home should .be in was being violated in- the vicinity of pry
I : : magazines and papers and sympathy with the neighborhoodschool the canaL Secretary,Daniels prepared
.t : in organizinz agricultural societies, and a bulwark of defense for to order. destroyers f Am Charleston -

,* ... SHRI.tER" 'S' reading circles and help. to arrange it. Every school should enrich the or from the west BookI .. ... ., '. .... ;. u'I :for ,community fairs .at the school home life and the union of home and He did not interpret Col/ oethals as ,
er.: '. .. school in work should indicating that the situation was urgent -
agricultural
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,'i.( :.,: ''.,.. i, 'Jm; A J LAND MEN ASH IN FLORIDA. j f V iwwii iSi s
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; r't. .: } 4. : THE STORE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY= E .
:: I ";l 'f. nbre.people to come' to Florida and been quite a question as to the potash ... -
!'! ;'4;,."' ",' make their home here ia always a,vi supply'since the beginning of the Eu= "t Y

::1i ; ,;''':' Y.tal one. We ..want to get producers:, ropean war, many: of your readers -
{+.*v ,:.',' "., ,' r : the virile, energetic. ,'constructive kind, will doubtless pleased to know that ( BIaiket$-:pnr Pikes arc not Matched. $0c Ato $1.50 in CottonjWooI $fi dl .

St"fc ';" ','. !, who make.the waste, places'smite. withx -there is,a supply of )Oth'potajjaj d. -- i,4 4 5Men's '
veil-tilled farms and huines, phosphoric wild as it 5HuGROCERYPfilbESJ
" I pretty "icid'groing
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:." \ and we,care not where they come from" sere at: our 'very doors;'which>may ..' heavy fleece underwear DOLLS;' VASES, BOOKS AND CHINA..
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;' .:: jo '.they"answer these .condition i be had by 'careful. ., :and' inteLigent -the kind, you are paying '60 Our Christmas, showing(is worthy f.'Y9ur) in WEED.
: North South East and ,Vest look handling
,: : spection. We .
., .. t alike to uVso they furnish op population I have --known for. years that there to cents per garment at.'45 : can'save you big money.One r
',that will put briln'and, muscle is quite a large percentage of potashin 15 i big drive in dolls,-13-inch'Dresser for __i______?. ..25 Cranberries, pe
f 4 t. t I and character and persistence in, the the ashes of the saw palmetto and and 50 cents each.. I Another big value'is bur 18-inch Handsomely Dressed.. $1.25 ** 15-20, 25 t,

i \ i.: f work of developing Florida and filling; to ascertain just'whit. that percentage Doll Dishes, 10,25, SO, 65,and up" to ___:_________. mm,.;$1.50 Pure Latd,buckwheat with icor,

&::' ; ,',. I it with loyaldtiiens' loyal to their was I wrote Prof. P.,H. Rolf.at r" """" Jap rice, with other

; a .j. adopted state, bona.fide;citizens here the experimentation S station. BelowI LACE.. *, VASES.. do, 5 pounds tor
t :' '. to stay and not always telling :us of give his letter verbatim. .
::1 J.;:..' ( "back home" as though, they were Agricultural l .Station, 'Gainesville, Ladies, this is one place you can depend .Here, is a showing you should, see-. : Figs V S
buying lace right 5000
on over
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j, :' ;: 7: merely transients with no thought of November 28, 1914. yards of LACE OTHERS CHARGE Think of a 6 1-2 inch vase, holds water each _____,.__ .05 Walnuts, almonds nit

r-1-:1.::>;. -' ':". permanent residence here. "Mr., J. M. 'Weeks, Punta .Gorda, you 10 and 15 and 20 cents a yard for Others 10 and 12 inch, clear glass ,--:_----------.:. JQ. Brazil Codfish nuts:
:.; < California, the only .formidable Florida.! at 5 and 10 cents per yard. :Biggest ever, 18-inch, for long stem flowers ________ .30 T finest.bridTuS
Sri, competitor with Florida in the .race ""Dear.Sir:Tour letter of the 24thwaadu1y'rec8 Remember the lace factories of Ger.' Others at 15 cents up to .. I... .. besk.. "" **
---- ---- .50 Candy '
'Youare the
: many are completely destroyed. ------- see line '
r : tor development and more people is ;; v d. Saw palmetto
iA' wise to buy two years' supply now Capdy boxes, lc to -I
:;;- \ drawing heavily upon the sturdy pop roots, as* we ordinarily call them are every,day sees the supply grow less, Pure apple vinegar nlS .
.:,.. ;, .' ulation of the Middle West, where, really. the stems of the saw palmetto only one-half of our order filled. Other PICTURES. ;." Bacon strips i. '
t ,. rich soil Ud'other advantages plant, and contain large amount of laces to $1.00 yard.' See Oilf sausage
r ; despite a a up per Worth fifty cent than :
per ,_
: the climate leaves'much toi-be potash and phosphoric acid. our big asortment.HOSE > ,more our price. They Saurkrant;' speciaC"Best ; .
.. flour, 12 pounds ?
',i i' .. desired and. where there are thousand "Pure ash from some samples i run ,j ,come in Circassian' ln gilt{ and ebony.EX Apulea, per
'?- of people in good circumstances as high as 40 per cent potash and 20per and reproduction of the natural Wood, showing :Cupid Irish potatoes;peck rte.;
4" ; h able and eager to seek another lati cent phosphoric acid;'some of the HANDKERCHIEFS. Sweet potatoes%peck ,:. .
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awake
and .
,. :;.. !:!, z .' {' tulle'where tijere is more sunshine, samples 'analyzed' run a great deal A line of'either with, values worthy asleep, landscapes) American Girl, Finest,syrup,. Florid, a8jt

.. \'"' t; ; and,less snow aid ice and quite as lower-than this. The clean ash of the 'of inspection. ,French Heads; and Horses, Masterpieces h'dth., Finest Maplejyrup syrup. gallon'--* "*_,u3cea. .
': ma'ch'' prosperity for the man who freak :iaw palmetto, always shows' a Handkerchiefs, 5 to __-_-____ .25 gallon-, _.
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r'i Hose. 10,cents, to ___....___-... 1.00 ers. These are storepr':
';r.t'': works to deserve it. The_ great Pa large percentage of potash and phosphoric ered. Other
One of groceries
the
tt largest
assortments at 10'and ___.._._
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I,:: >' commonwealth is getting these add, consequently it' would bea js .
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', : r'" people by the simple process of intelligent very wise thing for you to save the *
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DRY GOODS.See ,
.4 ti'" and persistent advertising ashes and use them as fertilizer. 'I
: CUT GLASS AND BICYCLES.ANDS
!:;tf "'. always with printers' ink and generally "If the saw palmetto roots have this line, compare prices and,. PRESS CUT GLASS.Three' Now .
', through the leading daily newspapers been allowed to weather or be rainedon quality and you will-note values.:' beauties in a Creamer, Sugar and Spoon or.:Pickle supplies is for a the good wh'that if

" .. : in the country where the immigration a great ,deal of the potash will Serges, per yard, 50c and ___ 1.00 Dish, a good 25 cent value at, each :--______J___'__. :jj want at prices you .',,
\ r is sought. leach out even before they are burnedone Percales, per'yard, &;lOe and .12F4 Nappie to match, worth 40,cents at ---__________ ,.25 match. One of the'best '
.,' ; '* ; I. Here is a'pointer: Mr.'R. J. Straw sampje that has been analyzed Silks, 25c, 50c, and up.' Three sizes, two. styles, each, 5, 10 and _____________"f__, $6.50 I wheels, sold everywhere it 1price
. :'. ; .'. is a*respected citizen"of Lakeland who showed as low as 1.5 per cent potashin $35.00.;; rt.triif' : -,

'. i--: ; .. came here from the Middle West two the ash, but this had been lying ."., "" "'''''' :'

:. ::. : .. :, :. or,three years ago, found the country over a year', exposed to, ,the rains and CANDY AND NUTS .SEE' OUR UN&'OF, CANDiES .BEFORE YOU ,BUY,; ij r::
weather.
he desired and is now a permanent GQODS FOR LESS ONEr ,
. t, \. : and valuable citizen. This past summer "If-yori would arrange matters in ,, :
,';'F 1 he went back to his old home on such a way as to 'catch, the pure ash I 6.-, .-',',,;;, ;:;,"".wj..

,:.: r ,. a visit and recently we published from the. nnleached saw palmetto .. tf: 7''
'1'tvcf' a letter from him, written from Minnesota roots you would have a material that ONE BIG VALUE-A. 100 PIECE DINNER SET.. Special j l. prices on'
x High Grade lie1 y T 1i:
from which we reproduce the would run'anywhere from $50 to $100
r' h' ,following suggestive paragraph which per ton. 'So you see it .would be well A big value for $12.50,'actually'worth $14.00. On account Christmas week only. See; Harold: S, ErifF.Children's .. ; :.

A f 'needs no comment: worth your time to make a special effort of three small,plates broken we offer.at ______________ $10.50 i;.i

! ;., i- +- f "tn Iowa and Minnesota conditions to save the ashes from the saw little chairs; 25', 3Q and _-.__..____-,:: --i.-:::;;:tiV4Ss ;

t. are.much better than 'in' the states palmetto roots. I. EXTRA SPECIAL. Rocking horses, double bone each. v_,_____:':-?.. -\0'..;, .
{ ; : farther east. The farmers have pros "The ashes' from the leaves contain ,. Doll go-carts -_I________ .-_J_---_-.________-__." -E.. 'Hf."_'" '.

; I pered and their lands have more. than i less than 1 Per cent potash and less On a few Ford auto supplies.tires, inner tubes,. Little wheelbarrows ..--.----.-..----___....;..JbL :-:
doubled in value ,the last few years than one-fourth of phosphoric acid; .. Boys' Wagons, 85c up to -. ;. ..1.4Save
outfit electric horn tire i -- -------- -*;- ...,
-S light saver rubber mat
? and many are selling out at forty to you should avoid putting in,the leavesif money on Christmas' Stationery-iBig' vtf

a hundred thousand dollars each. They it is.possible.. t. .. gasoline gauge and batteries. Special prices for.... A''Big Picture Frame Eargain, 12X20. i without'ghworth : *?

., : t' : ; Are ready to"take life easy and they !Very ..truly.yours.. Po' H. B.OLFS, Christmas, week only." : e.- 13.00) special, each'-.i..-----.---:"...--.,-...},,. l.j'_"
r i usually seek a warmer climate. Large Director. w Save.money on lantern globes, each, 8c and'....iii;.wlPURE .'-'1;

t S numbers of them have been going to The reason for this letter is becauseI' .f! __ -.;... .r..< :
..! Lt i California1 and I- presume because of am clearing two: and a half acres '.- ., ..., .
.1:; not hearing much about Florida. In more to plant to pineapples, and have it -'
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"I Iowa's leading-daily paper, wbiel''co- had the palmetto roots'burned, have HAMPTON. .. : captain of 'the degree team. r. '

: :-' veers a very rich territory, my advertisement'jwas' sacked and housed the ashes and '1 It has been announced that the installation { > 41

r' .'. the only one- on Florida, wished to know just what value is to (Delayed From Last Week l'i of officers will be made a f : ; :

':- while on the same page there were them. I now 'believe if I will later Mr. W. G. Seals left Monday night. public affair and committees were appointed FG I m D,I
-.f- -for, California ads and mix' ;seed meal in for Valdosta business to make the '
:': :,\. twenty onefromLong cotton proper proportions' on a trip. necessary ar ,
r': .' Beach stated 'that fifty to these ashes, I will have a Rev. Hargue occupied .the_pulpit in rangements. 'Full particulars and. the .., -W'f't'"e.. ";: ,.t.ii.< : -'-.
{"K'.. .;'., ., per cent. : of their people came' from good home made fertilizer.At the Christian church during,the absence date will.be announced later. *" 11= -.., : t";; :' ;;
'.'10. Iowa.. I think it would pay our\Flor- all events this letter and its information of Rev. Mullady.who is, holding Meeting of Woodmen Circle.. .i' '# .. ;

! ':-" ida land men to do,some of their,'advertising may be of value to thereaders a meeting at Keuka, Fla. Saturdya afternoon. at their regular The more the hygienic value of pine.fou :

: ""' ?, : in this. part of the country. of your paper.-J. M. Weeks, ,Rev.'T.:L. Z..Barr,.one of.oujr old meeting, the Woodmen, ,.Circle of ****%%' .
::; :-. '. Think:of what it would mean to the Punt "'Gorda Fla. time pastors, passed through Hampton Fielding' Grove, held their annual elec.tion" understood: ", the greater. our'grocery. eue' .

, '-. town if. we had a few' hundled'f Monday night enroute to Arcad of.'o lioors. grow Our customers, realize'that.there-1\. is
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; \ _)/ ':. these Iowa menwith their money lo- XMASDONT'S. ia. State Organizer Mrs..Fielding was S '

: < ': :i.: t.: in Lakeland."-Lakeland Tele- Don't buy perfume ;for dad. The Rev. L. A.' Rawls'left Tuesday for present and assisted the ladies with store m town.where small, cut in price.does, .
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.. .. ._,\ boys at the office are kidding him their meeting and election.
.; ; ", m.'o.. Pensacola.to attend the Baptist state not and the1-
/ about that bald it is. The "officers mean a larger ore m quality ,
-. .. enough spot as convention. Mrs. Rawls accompaniedthe i new were as follows:
"",. {: < REAL CONSUMPTION CURE. Don't buy a tango skirt for grand miniSter as far as Chipley, where Past .Guardian, Miss Ada Nimmo.Guardian naturally flock.to that| store-this store... "
.'" '>' ma. The best people are not wearing she will spend the holidays with her Mrs. W ,.E. Middleton? .
., 'l ; S It is the cheapest of;all remedies. them when they foxtrot now. parents. Adviser, Mrs.:W. :T. Saxon., ,. Our line of Apple. "*; Oranges, Raisins-;.; Null.j;,

f i/ :, i It is not patented controlled by Don't buy a case of beer,for uncle. Elaborate preparations are being Clerk, Mrs. F. H. Spicher:. and Candies, are particularly fine. ,Ace oar'

"\ I" t.l, :the trusts. Get a barrel-it's going to be a long made for a union Christ mas' tree to 'Bankers Mrs. W. LJ Bugg.
.1 ;;..--: It is guaranteed not to disturb thedigestion. winter. be held at the school house on the o Attendant, Mrs. P. B. Hunt 'line of Staple Groceries, Dry Goods; Shirk anil.

, rW-.. i s .. i Don't buy gloves for your Wall night of December 24th.- All three :Inner Sentinel, Mrs. Harper. Underwear; Shoes and Hats-Granite ware and.

.: l' .,: It is not unpleasant to the taste. Street friends. They can't eat gloves of:the 'churches will participate anda Outer Sentinel, Mrs.'B.' Haynes. Glass ware, Cigars and 'Tobi co. ,
\ hi It be everywhere. -but they be to before Chaplain, Mrs: J. Allen.
. } may procured may willing try big program is being arranged. There's money saved by trading here
!' .; J:. It.should be inhaled freely seventeen the winter is over. More particulars will be announced Managers, ,Mrs. A. A. Futch, Mrs.J. e

".; ,.;...'f', times, minute. Don't buy a dinner for your stenog- later. J. Pearce and Mrs. B.C. McClain.It as you will easily see... ,
, ': k'J/;; It is manufactured solely by God rapher. It'tf a dangerous pastime in The Hampton Dramatic Club announce is hoped that' the ladies of the

t, c'i .":-" Almighty. these days of dictographs.Don't that during January they will circle will endeavor to join in with the 'T
.., ii''''';'.', .' The name of this wonderful remedy buy a necktie for friend hus present "Under the Laurels" at the Woodmen and hold the installation of e
;" : : "FRESH AIR," Florida Health band. Give him real hometo officers publicly, the
'" i is a treat-go Masonic HalL We are anxiously thereby making BROOK'SCORNER
;:.Ji"-.Ie" ... Notes. I I mother and let him renew his for awaiting the time, as it always meansa I event one which will long be remem
:- mer acquaintances with porterhousesteak. the club endeavors to bered.
when
treat
'. :?" TEMPLE'S MILL entertain.' N R WALNUT, 4 TENTH STS STARIE F.
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"f... 4 """""*" Don't buy chloroform for the man morning, Jessie May, the DISTANCES. ----
;; {' Mr.'Paw Boree,' of Wauchula, was man who insists on'talking about the infant Monday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Berlin to Paris ___.____:U______' 674 ;-

, =. .; 'visitor' at the home of Mr. Lee Mor- war. A piece of lead pipe is cheaper W. Harvey was left in a' room withan Berlin to London -------_______1091 1'j j .

: ., ".. .gan: and does more lasting good.Don't fire place. 'In some manner Berlin,to Luxemburg-----._____ 350
:_ Mr. Gus Swanson has just come buy wallet for open Berlin to ____.___________ 425
a news and
your the child'a'et fire to its clothing
':' the North and is intending to Berlin to Russian border \;i7 ) Sufi f fin
from paper friend. It's unkind to rub it when its cries of distress'' were answered ,------- {$ Must Little Homeless I Children
%'I ; improve his ,20-acre. farm. He will Berlin to French border ._______ ,375
"1 : the child was found toll a bad.
', :< "::A: engage in the growmg'of strawberries in.Don't buy a' shirt with a monogramon ly burned. Medical aid. was' summoned Berlin to.Warsaw.' _____________ '398Berlin Florida? :t=
1 j4 : and'other truck. the sleeve for Him. He has to and everything possible-was done : to Austrian border __-__ 185 '

.. ,.,, y. The subject of the debate club was"Which take off his-coat at the office, and men to relieve the sufferings of the baby, Berlin to Vienna.----i------i.-; 421 WE DOT NOT BEI EVE that the good peop
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condition.The
and it is now in a right now
;. ,. : or wheat? The corn side won by one buy silk stocking for Her. You doctors however, that if the Berlin to Hamburg ____..._____ 178 of Florida realize .that there are RNEEDsome
say _____ state HUNDREDS of CHILDREN in
scor are not supposed to know that she little one'' survives through,today Berlin to Posen -. ____ 180 MJTLE
, -, <. W.had several itora from out- Berlin to 4ntwerp ,,. .,,497 absolutely HOMELESS that just mi
.. has anything to put them on.Don't .' (Thursday Dec. 10), that its chancesfor s. ----- ,
; aide e ction'. buy diamonds for friend wife. would be considerablybetter. Berlin to Brussels____;.._____;_ 550 be cared for rS .

L ::', 1 ,The Sunday school is preparing for Promise 'em to her. Men have been recovery. The sympathy of theY community London to Paris ____________1__ 287 We FEEL SURE, that they do not know th

u;.. a Christmas tree at the Union chapeL getting awaywith it for two thousand is with Mr. and 'Mrs.'Harvey Hamburg to St. Petersburg ___1269 MOTHERS in
, i4.::' ,- Sunday' school every Sunday at 2 so ought to be able to. Dover to Kiel;.....-........... 650Dover there are hundreds of WORTHY
; years you and the little BUfferer.lot little 0ahve
;;:: '.r.i... "" ,.", ; ." .'clOck .comral -... *'{4 ::4tH.RESkUTIONS ';, 'It'>> Dont buy anew lantern,for dear W. 0.:W. Election to:Cuxhaven. ,_,._-....-.....550 .Ida who are just,struggKng to keep their
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i :' old Diogenes. He doesn't'need'on Friday night the Woodmen'of the Sick Headache.Sich .. ; arid'at home t Wer.J lust cannot: .believe
OF RESPECT.Enterprise
\t. admit it. World.of Camp No. 103, 'held their headache is *nearly always witlvTHESE: .;FACTStRUE-and every orphan

0,' -!='.;;. school' ,wishes to Don't buy.a new' sleigh for Santa annual election of officers, with the caused by a disordered stomach. Correct i. in Florida CROWDED, to; the doors-that the pe
if.: 'v.:" 'j express Claus. He is not going to travel muchthis result has c<
.;, f;t Z'1 its profound grief and sadness over following : them and the periodic attacks'of of Florida'wilr let our'great work, which
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',' the year. Past Counsel Commander A. J. sick headache will disappear. Mrs:! YEAR alone! ,,
-c death of oneof, its pupils, little Don't buy knitting needles for the Nimmo. for 850of, these: little, ones THIS
Jno. Bishop, of Roseville Ohio
:'";-' .. Herman Norman. kaiser. He.wont have time for much Consul Commander, F. H. Spicher. "About a ,I troubled, writes down for lack of funds;;to keep it up. YO
Htiman year ago was
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only losing ,
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r4 e. school.not buy hair restorer for John ald. V. CovinTreasurer
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an apt, pleasant pupil, but a bright that lasted for two or three days Please send what you cah today
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wants but little '
,' here below, Banker, A. A. Durden. at time. I doctored Society of A
f.jt little citizen and an enjoyable play a and tried a of the Children Home
and he has .j ,
Ii W 10&" enough to t atisfy anybody Clerk, A. A. Futch. ,* number of remedies but nothing helped -
4:: : j Don't buy a volume of for OFHoridaV
poetry Escort SOCIETY
Victor Allen. CHILDREN'S.HOME
x : ;;'l The'school: ,0" a whole wishes to the 'janitor. Men me until during one,of those sick THE .
': : exte d to, the bereaved parents and are so ungrateful. .Watchman," D. J. Pearce.. spells a friend advised me to take Greatest Charity
Don't buy a wrist; watch for the Managers B. ... '-
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SS friends ef Herman its Haynes, W. Saxon 1 Chamberlain's Tablets. This medicine JbJo"361 .
deepest
sym- editor of the Mother's Page. He I St. James Bldl.
prefers and H. B. Weest. relieved me.in short ; ar
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'. "SAVED" FREEZING .HORSE. LION BEARDED IN DEN,

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.1, SftMSlAS; EDITION THIS WEEK Wooden--,-Image. -. Towns.* BOND FOR SPRING TERMBUILDERS' OF COURll;; c : t.. ;;

--- Mrs. William Bonner, a nurse, of The European war situation ,has .
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.'"!} ALL Copake, N., Y., was sitting up one undergone little change .of late 'and IMPERSONATING OFFICER* T

CHRISTMAS'; TO i METHODIST ,ASSIGNMENTS night this week with a patient,' when the news bas'been so monotonous and BUSY' SEASON ,
she looked from the window and sawa ---r'
,l'J Instructive Articles. ; horse, unharnessed, standing in the conflicting, as, to be. uninteresting.But Drew ,Knife on Girl While Attempting -,-' ,
.. .........1; Rev. John.M. Hendry Will Suc- snow at the railway station.An a new phase has developed which War Scare Has ,Had No EffectOn
--'I; to Arrest Her'
and Advertisements ceed Rev. B. T. Rape. hour later the horse was still promises more energetic proceedings Building Here. rOn _"- "

;' ..frf'Holiday Goods. there, and fearing he would freeze, than have taken place of lat Bogus Charge. ;! 't.- .- .
v {' The annual conference of the Flor- kindly Mrs. Bonner telephoned to The Germans, with, a persistencelittle The building firms: of Starke, the I
<':,i-; ida Methodist church ,was held at Constable Reynolds. He left his warm short of wonderful, and resources Lumber A '
Jriisue of the Telegraph con- Quigley and Supply, Co., and case of unusual interest came before :: .
this and the precsd- bed walked three miles through the
Arcadia during endless have dared
apparently to
"jigteenpages 0(:well selected D. C. ,Jones have been very lucky in Judge Geo. A. Gardiner Wednesday -' .
.. Christ- ing week, Bishop Morrison presiding.The snow and threw a blanket over the beard the British lion in his den. Ear- r
for the man folks and suffering no evil effects from the European morning, when'John: Griffis
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interesting animal, saying: ;a J
'i tOrid'for..the women and,chil- session was .a very ly Wednesday morning German warships .
unusual number of ads "Whoa, boy; I'll take care of you." shelled Hartpool and 'Scarborough war.' To the contrary, as soon known; living 4 ar. Starke, was'arrested j ly- -rl
Also" an'mostly from the local one.Among the appointments made When Reynolds started to lead,the ,' on the northeast coast of Eng- as the war news came'work began to on'two counts, for impersonating -- -1

,;The well set ads and thet that immediately concern Starkeitcs, animal away he discovered it-was a land. The shelling was not severe, increase until they at times had to go an officer and for assault with ='_
m of and borders are, we notice that Rev. B. T. Rape, of our wooden horse consigned by freightto but enough to throw London into a to the limit of their resources to keepup intent,to murder. 1
variety type been local harness maker. I with the demands made th m. =-7
[ 'advertisement for eJerraph' Methodist church, has assignedto a panic. British war ships engaged the upon :'
ten g good During the trial the following was .
.'job'printing,office, prowthat the Melrose and Waldo circuit, and enemy and the admirality declared The completion of the new school ,
nothing in the line of print- he intends to move| to Melrose next MASONIC. OFFICERS ELECTED. that the situation is "developing"HOME house made demand ,for sidewalks substantially, told by i witnesses: .f

f, capacity. week. Mr. Rape has ably filled his urgent;; then came the remodeling and Saturday night Crisis went,to the" '.:
>ft i is hope beyond and our know. that our read- i i pastorate during his encumbency here FOR THE HOLIDAYS. stuccoing of some of the business home of James Cason, who lives two' jgi

,Twill carefully scan the advertiseand and. he as well as his excellent family THe local lodge of Free and Ac- blocks. Thanks to this flood of work miles and a half west of Starke, and a
see 'what'the) merchants made many ffriends who regret cepted Masons held their annual elec- The I young ladies and gentlemenwho employment of, mechanics and labor- told Mr. Cason's fat: ly that Ozie, 1
J;.to- offer., The Starke merchants to see them leave. ,Pastor Rape tion of officers Monday evening. The are attending institutions of ers has been steady, and these people son of Mr. Cason Oho works for* 7i

'CIaaa to themselves, being the and family ,have the best wishes of following were chosen: learning in other cities are expectedto who would have,been the first to suffer Sheriff S. B. Denmark had been kill! i
LB f'ones, 'on record who did not taketage W. M., W. G. Brooks.S. return home today or tomorrow. from a stagnation of work, have ', ed' by the latter, and f-e urged Cason "
allHis
''' i of'the war to raise prices successor will be Rev. John A. W., J. E. Wilson. Misses Jenanette Matthews and Lu- experienced no evil effects from the to go and sea, &bott it. But Cason E ,

h. Their motto is to,"live and Hendry of the Springeld church, of J. W., F. F. Stump. cile Freeman'from the Florida Fe- "war. scare." did not believe what was told him and 1. ..X...
e." While times are a little Jacksonville. Mr. Hendry held the Treasurer, W. T. Weeks. male Seminary at Tallahassee and While the'big rush is over smaller did not go. ". 'S

,., ', than usual, yet, somehow, pastorate here nine or ten years ago. Secretary, N. Sternberg. Messrs Ray White, Henry and Ed- building enterprises are going on in From what transpired later' the' :t
is blessed among seasons He is an able preacher,Is very' popu- Chaplain, Jesse Thomas. win Freeman, of this city and Mar- and around Starke. J. R. Davis, is story proved to be a ruse to get Casoa1 ..1
I,in have plenty now'aa we'always lar and his old friends will e glad to Senior Deacon, H. C. Richard. cus Brown, of Lawtey from the Uni- building a garage for his fine new | away from tome. A 15-year old girl. t '1
pond a brisk trade is anticipated.I meet him again. Junior Deacon, J. P. Tomlinscn. versity of Florida at Gainesville. A car; Mrs. E. Johns is having an 'addition from the Melrose neighborhood was 't

..ctoeks kept by our merchants are Rev. R. L. Horniker will take chargeof Tyler, Elias Crews. warm welcome awaits them all. and other improvements made a visitor in the Cas n;home. Griffis '"

iniplete, .and,varied that any buy- the Lake Butler pastorate and Rev. The meeting was a very enthusi- to her residence, corner south and waited until the girl started to go 1o ),

.. j comes to town is sure to find H. L. Ezell will supply Lawtey and astic one. ,The lodge has a large Walnut streets; R. 0. Gnann is hav- the Ozie Cason horned then overtopk'' ,
; he wants at..a reasonable price. Baldwin. membership who work together in DIED.Mrs. ing two-story residence built on his her and said he was'a deputy sheriff: -jj
r Telegraph'is' thankful to itsru Rev. H.: G. Davis was chosen as harmony.The ,- farm a short distance southeast of with a 'warrant for )per arrest for 1. ;'S

:' i for their support' and wishes presiding elder of 'the. Jacksonville, large oak stump in front of Mattie Forsyth, wift of Mr. town, and 0. B. Sweat is having sundry murder. The girl became" frightened. 1
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i all a merry Christmas. But ourjmenta district. Rowan Forsyth, died at the home of additions and improvementsmade and turned toward the. house, but .' -.i-
Col. A. V. Long's residence has been -
.will be partly clouded Among other,appointments of interest removed colored her mother, Mrs. Taylor, in the north- to his new residence near the Griffis grabbed her, drw a knife ,and, \\, f
by twp intrepid
time, for warm Southern hearts we note that Rev. E. J. Gates and the in that men ern part; of Starke, Thursday after- Ellington place, recently, purchasedfrom threatened to cut hei!"l throat unless 1;
qt'forp.; 'the misery of the war was assigned to Monticello, C. W. hood has landscape in looks.neighbo'- noon, the cause of her death being Dr. Williams. Money seems to she submitted to arrests; Yet she managed -. \ "J
" 1 on by the unwise men of the Mathison to Fernandina and C. W. improved puerperal eclampsia. Many friends be plentiful as usual ,in this section to cry out, which/brought: to her;

, \ Millions of human beings suf- Inman.. to Wesley Memorial',"Jackson. Get our prices for printing and we sympathize with the bereaved fam and cur builders look forward to con- assistance Mr. Cason ind wife, who F J.,.

from... starvation and cold, and ville. will get your orders. ily. tinued employment. ,. made Griffis turn her k+ose. y
ne 7' :pteptyand;'with'a good x .J Monday the girl weri'to Judge Gat'1,
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:toward',&U"celebrate the advent' TOOK NO RISK. ; +. < .a..Y. .. --- I diner and swore! out a Warrant for the .}
f'the; Child I\ the Manger, other f arrest of her astailar4; | The arrest :1
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lions' was made by Sheriff Denmark. :
One day last week a Starke'citizen
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of having alleviated some guilty and Judge Gardiner bound him' '
waffles and went to'A hardware store \ :.
.the, misery 0:1.: -a' stricken country to purchase a waffle iron. On mak I. over.to, the spring term of the circuit :
the'aeas., and we can but pray F. court in the of .
his sum_ (501. ( .
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wish known the salesman ..
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Lnewi. a very agitated manner. The Starke .GREAT THINGS: OMING
1" man asked if he was ill : .1'

.SBOROUGHSTAYS' ,,WET "No, it ain't that," said the clerk, The much-berated ,Jo/m D. Rocjceifeller !

:r :.. -. "but whenever I see a waffle iron I -AT ; may yet, by the ,means : 1 .
get all upset. It is like this, you see. prove
,-. :Dec. 15 Bil1 borough institute for medical r seareh, S
voted My father was. very fond of wafflss the benefactoraankind 'I '
. wet by a decided major ) greatest ever
1 in the wet of dry election'today.| and 'got an iron and compelled mt had-that is, if the enthusiastic and \i ;
,[ho'vote' was overwhelmingly wet,' mother to bake Jem every morning. optimistic,medicos working out their t

i incomplete returns showing a wa- Once'he was in a great, hurry and pestered Guy's- pet theories there ever got| .beyond*cexperimental ,
of at least'1,400 votes against, my mother to make haste. stage in certain dt!t* !
dtion.' I Standing by a hot stove sort of raiseswomen's tions. Transplanting-of organs, mhs-
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tea 'based on the reports! temper, 'and she hit pa on cles I and limbs from Ids animal jfco
the the head with the iron. The old man another have been successful ; '"
in 1
. .thirty-six precincts indicate many ,
t the vote will be"'close' waa a blithering idiot until his death instances. of' "
to ,two to t Taking a kidney out a. r
k for selling, .ana-say, has your wife much of a dog and making it groW; fast to the '
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[Surprises were given th@ prohibi-I temper! animal's neck was very: cute an<|'a f i

,' i,the in number residential'of sections the city, pre-that, it's"Why no telling, no, what was the she answer may develop, "but Q T around the corner and you know ts store is ready. Christmas is just anti-vivisectionists signal cussess, no matter may, say.what Ply the I. ;

been counted in the dry column.i'I, I'll under favorable again' conditions.this afternoon.Reckon HIS IS the candy season and Guy'his glorious day will not be complete ing interior organs outside of the : ':-
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bth of the Hyde Park precincts went I[ you human body could not help being beneficial :
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''t and on, Tampa Heights several Maybe I 111 change" my mind and buya 0 without a box of Jacob's "Made Last Night" Bons Bons, or Coated Brazil Nuts. in many cases as their lack of

11 i in the wet column. I refrigerator. I accessibility in their natural positionsnow
I Every. precinct in Plant City went k Now is preeminently the candy season of the' year. It always ,well to Q makes it hard to cure ailmentsof I .
fj and saloons will be entirely voted COLD WEATHER. the stomach liver
, kidneys, heart,
|t. in that; ity. In this fact there is -' ,1 associate Guy's with good candies. More people than ever are do- i I lungs, etc. Transplanting limbs and

oat the:solo grain of comfort for Washington, Dec. 15.-A frigid f muscles, transfusing blood,'skin grafting -
'dry forces. wave embracing the northwest ing so this year, with the result that before the Christmas rush I
i and i and So on, opens many possibili-
I Charges of fraud were made in one practically all sections east'of' the sets in, we have supplied candies in boxes and bulk; so as to }i ties. The old may be n.ade young,
|;iwQ.of,the Ybor City districts and, Mississippi, set new cold records today the weak strong, the foaljsh J wise by

Toto Park districts, by the drys,I i nmany cities. The forecast is QJ be perfectly able to serve you promptly. An excellentline # j "working" on them in the proper way. ,.
t' they were not prepared to say that the low temperatures will con- j Take, for instance, the case of the
Jt they would insist on recounts or i tinue for the next forty-eight ,hours of Cigars and Tobacco in Holiday Boxes. All proverbial "elderly bookkeeper," who

her they would go farther. I over the eastern half of the country. I has saved up $1000 and wishes: to return -
Below zero temperatures kinds ot Fireworks. fj 3lf convenient, come I
I registered to the soil. His age. his weakness
)EBEN TRICKED BRITISH. in West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania I
: his ignorance IB af-atast him. He
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[Admiral, E. C. T. Troubridge; com- South Atlantic and East Gulf States, I for physical improvement, ) and puts
Hfinf! the,British' squadron in the the Florida .. '. ;, >' i
except peninsular the \ 01 ;' a himself under the care of a Rockefeller 1
Btemnean. at the opening of the mercury was well below the freezing : ;.- ., : -' ..,. ,..'., ; surgeon. His bald pate is planted f"

;- has been absolved of all blame point The citrus fruits in South 0 ,.Y.-b. .' with akin having hair .unstreaked ,
etioa .with the of the Florida Jf/:: : '
escape were not damaged.It ... with gray; the parts of' ;his skull
'"and.- [" Breslau, from the' Straits is said that in Georgia the weather ,: ;.J-..,". "
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Italy He was able toby was the coldest experienced & five ': '" .. have bumps (according to the phrt-
his log book and witnesses years. '. : nologists) are expanded; the lower '
,m. tin British admirality had wired <.. ', ",
: ,' < .. face is provided with a firti chin; ad- 1 j i
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CARD OF THANKS. S1 'i' diticnal muscles are grafted onto his
,:' ,tt ,the admiralty its .., -
;: ews I:., biceps; his spindle shanls are replaced -
Admiral Troubridge allowed We wish..to express our thanks to .ot- with a better pair.from a defunct
k..eL 'Lto, leave unmolested, and those who so'kindly assited in puttingout r : ': ,": : .. -S-), acrobathis lungs; are taken

tI' purchased by Turkey.: the fire which threatened to d* -, ., -,l .-..'is-;. :'' ,I ,. '.- ." S ," <,' out and cleaned and oiled; his wrin- l b +
*:'appears that the wireless I I ',' ( ;,: ,', .' : "
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stroy our home on last'Monday.. ". : ". kles are erased and two :quarts Df ;
came from the Goeben it- MR. and MRS. E. M. THOMAS. > blood fro ma lusty hobo are pumped '
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the new. code of the British blood from a lusty hobo are pumped l +!

1 Jlrich' had. been in use only ,a MARRIED. a young, strong, agile, aggressive b a
s fays.. The incident emphasizesmore farmer. The many similar benefits '

the ,superb efficiency ofGerman Mr. J. H. Pitts and, Mrs. Josephine which may accrue from these experiments -
p, .spy system. To secure Anders were married Sunday, Decem- cuy's I are legion. >

1 code they must ,have,had a spy, ber 13th, by County Judge Geo. A. -
\traitor, : high b the British navy. Gardiner Mr Pitt is a farmer cf Better syrup and more t,of it has
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j to the census bureau, up the Long Bridge section and they will bee nmade in this section this season

'December 8,3030 bales of cotton make their home there. Their many I than ever before. A large quantity ;

I bae4*ginned,b Bradford county, friends wish them much happiness. i hcs been canned and exported} and

against i 2596. on the same date, Clyd3 Alvarez of Jacksonville, spent an article! of such good quality cannot -
Sunday with relatives in Starke. help but find 'a favorable market

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Department No doubt you tire, if your:own ground feed (cost about csntr equal (i w Btt hrttnwhatt -'-
JOG suffer from IDY of the e ydoforyoiusaimalsandfowls! ,- o Tw
P numerous ailments towbicbl1lwomeoaresub of any ready-made stock or poultry tonic r:own
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Ject Headache, back.' it,try it cut!, Buy'today.aca'uofSTOCK BeeDeeS 3,

..- : ache, sideache'nervousness -
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:'::,.: ," ".::. .'" ,',,:*< Store 'j L.'..:. < ': tons yourself and of them TOO must in order nd Gape'" ilia.IRIc ......MEDICINE..... Z5c, SOe-..lit:-.:" .
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;i: "; : we can fit you out. If you want to matting rugs, beds, mattresses, etc., .. R. DAVIS &! COMPSTARKE H" SiuI:

;,, ; i make a present to some worthy fame at the' special twenty-five per cent : The Woman's Tonic FLORIDA '(;'-"

' k 1 ily' in heed we can make some very discount that we offered for ONE e}
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, low prices on WEEK ONLY that we have decided to Li Clifton Mills,Ky.,says:

. :; dresses. We have toys and dollsChildren's "Before taking Car d u I,
china make a special discount of twenty per I was at times so weak I Smile.
!. rockers, toy wagons, could hardly wane and I

, :iJ: and glass ware, water sets, cups, cent on these goods from Saturday, 'the pain in my back and 11ac
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\: saucers, vases and jardinieres, lamps December Nineteenth, until January i bead taking nearly three kiIIed'me.After bottles. 1

,r':: ':. and many other'useful and ornamental First. only. of Cardui, the pains dis- "orec

i articles. appeared. Now fed as ONE
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your ME
I did. Every
i well as ever
: ;
: We,have many pieces of fine fur- These goods are not "marked I suffering woman should i I/ARGE, .

,",. ture, rockers, dressers, wash stands, ; tryCarduL" Getabotfle BOTTLE ? 5
to sell down. The values'are
up"
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gen-
: i I today.
;.;a ,' chairs, tables, chiffoniers, kitchen 4 i

iY; safes and kitchen. cabinets, matting, uine. I Feel bad; do yea? Worn oat?Tired? ,

( '., ..: matting rugs, art squares, etc., any What you need is-' et

[ ,; : of which would make a suitable holiday IMPORTED LAPROBESWe have temporary, but will often last for = y RasE s ICINAL
r. *
m* mmr
., years. \
,,t'. :: '", gift.. some beautiful patterns. The Buddhists, who believe in trans- .Y..aMALT WIISKEYBaldsmuxfeasdflesh 1

migration, hold that the departed --_,. .
spirit Is apt to enter an animal as a GOOD0.. Suds fie jay of Sefc
man in the future life. While our ROSE bcMdingtliroujhj A, medicinal j t
tot palatable like good Il
any whiskey. _
religion makes such a belief incompatible -

We can fit you out with a Suit of Clothes future, it must punishment be confessed to that'be a worse a whiskey.KHJEOHaaegaafeiisgl HEDggyiL Ii

will send you free one extra lute ..
IJ i. ,
I "swapping horse, passing from one bottle,mating five bottles of ilaltia aUavf ss vrmaM.'prodded I'JIIUd :r
suit pocketbcok. brutal master to another for years, you use I
to
at a price your XHIS COUPON
cannot be well imagined. When a COUPON-Thb otter expires. Dec&nba: 28 -'

horse becomes a "swapping horse" he I JF.r.SD1ED! Dm1EU E 61 Doa6lortoogneastmtwuleor idieia.lYa Ja 1I b

crosses his Styx and enters Inferno. as 33,idO TW EOSE: .Plein'lkip the toUoving:. .e
Henry Ward Beecher, the greatest if
ENTOCHr _
divine America ever had, said that j.

there could be no reason why a horse I
R.M.Rose Co.Nau XI
NEWELL B. HULLPROPRIETOR who had been kind and faithful all ;

his life'should not be rewarded witha JaeboaviDcvFIa.Xxpn ZzpreI$OffICII. ;
heaven. .. mfM Xut of
i : >. tb.Bscl y MoutaiaiUlf Pod Ofr.c __. _-
Florida farmers J C
I I generally treat !
I H I) their horses well, but they seem to B.P.D.or Sl__ Stot 1

i-;( have no feeling for their cattle. Mere

Ii skeletons in winter the cows will of- 7 I
J f': ;' ten stand shivering in the cold rain !

If:: before their owners' gates, mutely
; ',' for food and shelter whila "
asking I
THE GREAT BLOOD'PURIFIER. {
II generally begins his career with torturing it, his life. I I their owners sit warm and contented's successful remedy for Rheumatism,BoodPtigoi:
BE KIND TO ANIMALS animals. There are man, who Our civilization has progressed too I feasting on the proceeds of their P all Blood Disrapcs. A wonderful tonic fcr boti
herds.' But their dumb prayers are PF.and women. Has been manufactured for the
IP :
when provoked to anger by other far to countenance bull fighting, gander ; e
: They Were Given Us For Service men, swallow their rage until they pulling and. other cruel sports;! denied and they often dis from ex-(' 35 years. At a'l Druggists, $1.00. ; c

:;.: Not For Abuse. come home and then ease themselvesby but don't-we sometimes "strain at a posure. V. UPPMJ.N CO., Savannah Ga.. ( ,F
Some cruelties to animals are ex '
mercilessly beating their poor de gnat and swallow a camel?" We r
cusable but others are not. There is
The dominion over animals was giv-: fenceless horses. What a mean, cow: surely do when we encourage "horse t
no excuse for starving a horse-or a .
en us by the Creator for our benefit. sadly spirit it must be that canprompt'such swapping conventions." The poor, mule and then trying to infuse the r. ::: 1r
But we often take advantage of their an action! starved, broken down, often blind hor-
f t' helplessness and treat them, not'as All domestic animals are kind when ses are by means of drugs, the whip strength by means of the whip. Nei I
ther is there ekcuse for compell- II
1 a gift from the Lerd, but as'if they treated well. If they are cross and and the spur compelled for the sake any i
ling animals to work with galled I
, were criminals serving out a sentence ugly it is because they have been ill- of their owner's gain, to simuate a
backs and shoulders. The
,.; :' for a crime. The first plaything a treated. We owe so much to the animal strength and spirit they do not pos- young man Last all
r who hires a horse on a hot day, checksup
. i:;. : little toddling boy reaches for is a world that we should appreciatethe sess; their drunken masters swagger the animal's head until he can I ; i

, La.- whip and the first time he is elevated gift by treating our dumb servants about and with keen whips deal cuts hardly see the ground, plies the whip i
I t' to the honor of driving a horse he well Some regions of the world right and left, and the spectators jeerat I I f
and tries to "show off" and get his
[ t" ," plies the whip and jerks the reins would be uninhabitable but for the the sorry appearance of the poor money's worth out of the horse un-
F r diligently. Boys are cruel or at least services of the dog; the taming of travesties on horseflesh instead of For the
til the latter almost drops from thirst Big
: thoughtless, but whichever is the I cattle released us from the cave-dwel- pitying their plight. Few mothers .
and fatigue, should be given time
t.:' cause for the ill-treatment of animals : ler's estate; our civilization we owe, allow their little boys to witness the I
t enough in the calaboose to atone for
it should be checked early, for a boywho in a great measure, to the horse. Yet execution of a criminal, but there is ..
his
hard-heartedness. Such cases come
in it cannot how do even half this no- nothing half so brutalizing about Sale
a
! t i'r delights or comprehend many pay under the jurisdiction of sheriffs and Cleaning Out
; 3 '" the misery he inflicts cannot ble animal for his services? Still, hanging as about a horse swapping
marshals, for the state has a law
-t- :' .. grow up to be, a good man. A' mans starved and flogged, he willingly givesus convention. The misery of these hor- against cruelty to animals. i I
who turns out to be notoriously bad his services and, when we demand ses is not, like the bull's in the arena,
But one kind of brutality the law ..
"
, < can never reach-it is that practiced

8- r: T by fur trappers. If the trips were I Remember Only Few MoreI
visited daily the suffering of the ani- fit
I mals captured would soon be ended, I I

: Give Useful Christmas but between often the three rounds.to four The days misery elapse of I Days of the Big Sale.I Come I II

the poor captives may be imagined as

they; if they can, will in their agony I I! Early and get Your Winter J
gnaw off the foot that is fast and ;

; limp away, but often they are caughtin ''I !

Presents such a manner that even this relief Supply. I I II
is denied them. Gophers and
I
rabbits prey on the farmers' plants,
t :,. I and there are farmers who will impale -I I '
I II
' '" the former on sharp fence rails

A and crush the feet' of the latter and
:;: A.A.Wainwrightl
I.tit \ turn them loose. How is that for
Christian forbearance?
".
i IK: A SOUTH A NICE HEATER Conversely, dogs exposed to the excruciating I
of the vivisection -
pains table -
!:: BEND MALLEABLE WOULD BE A VALUABLE have been known to wag their
tails when spoken to. Could a Chris- -
AND USEFUL tion go farther in loving their ene- ,
f RANGE j
mies? jj
1 I PRESENT. i Be kind to all animals, but if they j
Would be a Valuable -
f do damage kill them in merciful i Machines
.i \" and Useful Pen Knives, Carving I way. Mowing anRakes !

( Seta and various otherChristmas In the pulpits our preachers inveigh
fLit",, ;: I against all other transgressions, but
" .I' Present useful .
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presents.
I ;
seldom or never mention the sin of

cruelty to animals. Let them not I "

r yYx I forget the humanizing effect of* calling j I IT IS CHEAPER TO owN. YOUR OWN
6ta b I attention to it, and that I
I THAN RENTSOLD
"He prayeth best
' I Who loveth best I

DeWitt C. Jones All things, both great and small, ON TIME
For the good God who loveth us
He Made and loveth all"Invigorating I At prices lower than you have fiver heard of. They .

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to the Pale and SicklyThe must be sold ,

Hardware Starke Florida I Old Standard general strengthening took :
I Malaria.enrkhestheblood.aadboildanpthesysten.GROVE'S TASTELESS chill TONIC drive out' DeWITT C. ;JONES
J A true tonic. For vlalts and children. VJe
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I Read the Telegraph-41. 0 a year. L

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v' them 'and whose applications were people u the, "slnk"rOr"boUa: mIesa I
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strongly endorsed and presented commending "pit" Although; h4; &en regarded .(. .........

NEWS features, three sentences by observer f amULu;with 'such geological

were, commuted or reduced in cases depressions'i as pan ordinary .Bosmessflnns1n i

... where strong showings were made.'In sink 'yet 'on :account ,of the great IliIrke

: ,' ( addition to the foregoing a considerable I depth of water :.1z j its,basin, and the.

All. ,Over Florida 'number of for eleme- absence of'a surface outlet to, the .:
': Tugs That Are Happening appeals -' 'off the'"water carry : ; Readers,o1, Telegraph will :find it io their }
cy were brought to the board's atten> constantly flowing into '

;. ,, t. 4 As Told By Our Exchanges tion, but were not passed upon :for I fit,. it has been regarded by some' of : advantage to trade with.the, firms, represented f ;

the reason that the requirements'of oar people as possessing certain unusual in this directory.
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law with respect to making applica- sink peculiarities For conveniently .

J '60.bathrooms in the Royal P,in- will Westlands be made which on the arrived British from steamer Colon ,tions for pardon had not been com- constructed measuring the depth a raft was .....' ................,...,...............t..........."
from
Breakers have5m j plied with. logs obtained from
the
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i fad 20 b .this falL It will be the largest shipment from a dead trees found in the basin and it ............................ ...............( ... ..... #

;! 'dp'u Gulf in six months. The cargo was launched with" ,. ..
: .rid8iu expecting a, port Last' Friday night a man by the two of the party REAL ESTATE.MMMMMMMMMMMM. .
- ; d ,crowd from the North thiswinter. goes to South'American ports, it is name of Thompson, supposed to be aboard, and paddled to the middle of . FURNITURE.FURNITURE' t:.., r

:l understood.1 Another steamer to ar- the leader,of the notorious gang that the lake. Then the weight was ht ..........................

"!!JTherTis Wakulla_county rive was the solid Brooklet carge'of, which crossties is taking for has been operating in Calhoun county -- go and the line paid 'out, and down .................,........ .............tQ........... 1
a place in out a was arrested here and held in and ,down it went, stopping finally at -

I. 1 Dialled the Pinhooks, that has the repftation the British government to be landed jail until> Sunday, when the'sheriff of the great depth of'349.6 feat The ,. COMER L. PEES ": L ,..

.' of being one of the best_bunt in LiverpoolA Calhoun county arrived and carried surface of the water was found to be .

I '.W places in Florida. It was reported hunting party composed of-Mes- him back to Blountstown to stand his thirty-sue feet below the mouth of Florida Real Estate, Land a.d *. .. and' almost 'anything else you' '.

,>kit week that there were over fifty srs. D. M.. Deen, Sam Newbill, E. W. trial with a number of others in the the sink. So the entire depth from Timber Expert. might; want* ..

F)enters over there. They found turfeft Johnson, T.L., Swain and L. A. Car- burglar and conspiracy cases.Thompson the top of the opening to the bottomof HULL'S DEPARTMENT .

! deer and other game_,in abun- Bunnell several hours admitted that he came to Bord.I the water was found to be 385.6 e 33 years Experience at Stark ", STORE. "
ter of spent aa
{aace--Crawfordville Breeze neJr Ocean City Thursday squirrel f from Blountstown because "peo feet below the sea level of Winter ie.e.. .............. .
''pie I Park. .8. ..........$..t........ .
t.Within the next few days the Wan.hula hunting and were very successful asthoy were talking too much down There is nothing strikinglywild
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there. He talked about the or physiographically novel MMMMMMMMMMIMMDRY
Manufacturing and Timber Co, killed seventy-two of the grey robberyat as- 0 .
this Altha and to a number of people sociated with the land basin and environment .
Trill start up Mill No. 2, and then beauties. While hunting the squirrels GOODS. 0 DENTISTSMMIMMMIMMMMMM.
i told how easy: it would be to rob a of the sink, but when .
llg- plant,will running its full capacity. : they jumped two deer and two one ;. a
The opening d Mill No. 2 flocks of turkeys which were too swift bank, and this was taken to mean realizes that he is on the brink of a ......MMM............ .

wfll give employment to an additional for them as they got away before the that he knew something of the alleged body of water that would accomodate .......................... ............* .. ...... }R

-!force of about seventy-five men.- hunters could shoot. plan to blow up the bank of five of our tallest pine trees, if they 1 -

fouchula Advocate. Blountstown, and accordingly he was could be placed on the very top of i. MORGAN DR. U. G. TURNER t
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1 R. A. Lybrand, of Little River, has j placed under arerst after officials at one another, he becomes impressedwith Headquartera for .$ DENTIST.v '
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A Washington news item states; captured a bird which he believes: is this place had received information the phenomenal depth of the depression Ladies RNdJ.to.W fir Goods, Edward Building '.. '

that the,Secretary of Agriculture will one of the greatest curiosities in this i from the authorities at Blountstown. and with the fact.th t he is Dry Goods, Notions, Etc. Upstairs ever, Post Office .

recommend to congress that $35,000 state, for it has a face similar to that -Bonifay Advertiser.In looking into one of the "deep placesof 0 ;"'''j

lie appropriated to be used to exterminate I of an ape. The bird was caught near the earth." .................. ....... ............W9 t ....;1 : 4

the citrus canker disease in Little River, it is said, and is now on our issue of November 20th, we o 0 0 o ... .. vv 'VVVV 600a0: s9G 0000 -i

Florida and other sections ,of this exhibition at G. W. Lybrand's blacksmith 0
i told 'of the proposed mammoth drainage : CHARLEY TOM + THE TELEGRAPH :.

country where it is prevalent., shop in that village. Old residents proposition that was before the UNIVERSITY FOOTBALL. O Chinese Hand Laundry JOB PRINTING A SPECIALTY '

invention of Wm. S. say that nothing like it has "v- county commissioners of Manatee -I --:..- <& J

,Dunn Through, of Miami an operations under water er been seen here before and the ,county, and that would be taken up University Tho regular closed football with Florida's season of the Jefferson and Thompson Sts. $ Best Advertising Medium of The .1

freak is attracting much attention. at their uext .regular meeting. The score STABKE, FLORIDA. $
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in horbors as well as b sponge County ,
of 14-0 against Mercer on thanks- -'. . .
Miami Metropolis. i regular meeting this month was held 0 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 0
revolutionized v vv 'vv"vvv vvv
be .
fad other fishing -
may giving, but in order to
I I develop new i .
last and favorable action
by means.of Mr. Dunn invenrtion Nineteen large pelicans in coops at Monday, on material for next i
year a series of .
the drain oaken at that time. The
was
know nas the "diving hood. A the Atlantic Coast Line passenger de- games for class championship -' .,
were ..'
plans for the drain were approved, ,
can work for hours at, a time the of -
Dan pot caught eye many passen- worked
|without injury. The inventor has applied gers yesterday. They were the prop- and the preliminaries to the work Tuesday up. afternoon the Freshmanand ;
Bradford CO
ordered. The name"of this drain
'[ for a patent trey of Mr. A. M. Nicholson, the well wore Sub-Freshman classes played a f.nty.
'l will be Gamble Creek drain, and it
known taxidermist of this city. Many
f'f'H tie The
Sub-Freshman
game. class
r gh Sparkman, formerly editor will cost between $90,000 and $100-
v of the Orlando Sentinel has purchasipl guesses were made as to how their exhibited some surprisingly strong
000. It will drain and greatly enhance Abstract : -
L the Daytona Journal and will probjllhly capture was effected. Mr. Nicholson the'value of some tweaty-odd thous- men. Their line, although outweighed Company

make it a daily paper in the informs the Sentinel that he caught of land b the Parrish about fifteen pounds, had the better -
a ans acres sec- A record Bradford
complete lands
them by night in the waters of old of it all the Conn&y,
i'llar future. Strong man is Hugh tion. The digging of this big ditch I way through, and the _
Tampa bay, near St. Petersburg, by class) will undoubtedly contribute Land Titles Real Estate ::Invextmen
rand; his influence will be felt in Volusia to'I' will be no little proposition, and to some I a
their He is
shining going .
county when he gets well. fixedsa eyes. j handle it, wa understand, that the strong players next year. II '
of them to zoological
ship part some The
tho tripod of the Journal. 'commissioners propose' to sell bondsto Senior-Sophomore game on }
institut ion,'while the others he will Wednesday afternoon
was hard
.I1' Robert Battey, C.A. Davis and Tom keep at his place of business on Division run for a period of twenty years. fought battle, the score being a 19-7 in THE BUSINESS COURSE AT ; STETSON '
The has
several
Hand the the street Orlando Sentinel I I county dug drains jn
| spent dayt yesterday on favor
1 the past three years, but the Gamble of the Seniors. Both teams hada WINTER TERM begin Juuiy. Tiiti.. IMI m Mith. lodhridnal tnstr ett.a. .h?
north side of the Caloosahatche
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One afternoon of the I good rushing line and charging eaUet cnduU* nly. .- ;
past weak the, |Creek drain is the largest yet under-
where they succeeded in bagging editor of the'Herald went.out to'the taken-Palmetto News. backs, in fact the showing of both'of I 1. A C.M rdl Coin embr.dnx Botkieepiu. Baiaew Arittactk.. CannereUI Law,
,, (many quail and one of the finest deer the :, Pen.nnakip Buincu English Rapid CdcBbtta, Olin Practice, ;Bu neat Practice u4 ,
farm of Mr. P. W. Smith and while squads was extremely good considering :
of the which tohe Spcllill' ,
season, was brought
? last evidence of thsirsuccessful there was shown twelve tons of Chinese I Four ship loads of Sea Island cot- the practice they have had. 2. An AdTineed CoaacrcUI Coonc cnbndif Atoned B** kMi>lac. A city
as
night Fort beans grown by him the past ton left Savannah last week for Bre- Captain Lotspeich, Freeman and *

bunting. Myers season. We don't mean twelve tons' ]men, Germany, the first that has ever Past Captain Hancock comprised the a. A pedal Bashing c.uae. z
iPress.Pensacolay. 4. A SlI4Irtblld Ccane cBbradnf Btna PitUun Btea'gnpkr. T udi Trpcwritiox. Barf z
coaching staff for the Seniors
of bean hay, but twelve tons of the been shipped to a German port while Letter s
Writing Spelling.
} .If the since the commenced. The four Ramsdell, Farrior and Yon served for sea |t
story, as detail- beans in the pod. Five years ago a j war 5. A Manufacturing CQUM. I

;fed in a special received here,' is correct man from the United States brought 'ships carried an. aggregate cargo of the Sophomores.-Gainesville Sun. (. A Department .f BwineM A IIiatnti.. leading U a Pk. B. Decree In tie CoOeg ;

:': then an organized gang of bank five of these beans from China 1 and 40,000 bales. Other European markets .f Liberal Send fat Arts.catalog .f SUU.n CcIIege .f Liberal Arts, BUSINESS- COLLEGE.> Gneg..f'

jrobbers: and incendiaries have been presented them to the Secretary of are opening for cotton, and it is RECESSIONALThe Law. Sche .( Technelofj. Sck..l ef Music. School .( Fine Arts. Daaatic Science, and .,

!detected in. Calhoun county. Four of Agriculture who sent one bean to each said that the large factories in Brussels School Teaching. Address STETSON UNIVERSITY.. DeLand, Fbtrioa. t

|the' men have..been arrested by the of five Southern states for eapari- i ,. Antwerp, Liverpool and Havre, ''I ( following masterpiece 'by ---- .. ,. __ .. -L t

sheriff of.that .county, and from one mental purposes and Mr. Smith's' are running now for the! first timesince Rudyard Kipling was'written with the THE TIGHTWAD.We .

Jet: ;them- ,the information. of-the exis- beans are descended from the original the war begun. It is also stat- purpose of chiding 'the British naton knew who too
once a man was
of the gang was learned. bean Florida. s' ed that the J. & P. Coats for its MENDoal
r sent to The beans u : Cempany, pride of power. But all other stingy to take the newspaper in his

}, Reports have reached Dothan that as large as Lima beans, are soft and the big spool thread manufacturers, European nations as well as the l>'nt- home town, and always went over to

; printer of Panama City, Fla, while more easily eaten by cattle than'the are making ready to buy their next ish can be charged with the same offense borrow his neighbor's paper. wait ante dIheu'i :
ordinary velvet bean. DeFuniak year's supply of long cotton for their and now while the fate of thee djMrgaaUe Important
thing on the gulf beach De&fthat One evening he sent his son over to argaaa. JIaoIlf .
Herald. i mills. We are indeed glad to see th powers hang in the balance this tads mea have
: CI a few days'ago'found a chunk I poem borrow the paper, and while the son berm wrecked oa the '
I market open and trust that the price is peculiarly'appropriate..-Ed.) fists of IcaaraBCfan4
ambergris weighing nine pounds Fire Chief J. T. McNulty will rideto 1 was on the way he ran into a large neclect.i'GOS".
will to seven and ten cents
:ounces"for which he has received fires in high-powered automobile go up stand of bees, and in a few minuteshis
1 early next which it shows inclination God of :
year, our fathers, bnown of old,
offer of $7,000., Ambergris is aecretion pabted a brilliant red the city I 1 face looked like a summer squash. ,
commissioners of doing. Cotton is still
com Lord of. our far-flung battle,line,
i of the whale the cries of the '
Hearing
| sperm and is having 1 issued bids for agonized AUolnto run la aHcnmbl
a ing into the local markets and the Beneath whose awful hand we hold cases of contracted dineane.
eel in
; the manufacture of the father to his assistance,
ran
perfume. that son
car would be suited to the I
per gins here are running night and day Dominion I treat Weakneu .f llea Yartrc-
Banner The over palm and pine- and, in doing so, ran into a barbed cele. Blood Polooa.IMI.a and all PELYIC .'
pose. purchase of the
automobile
to gin the output. The two ginneriesb Lord God of hosts be with' DISEASES, iBdnding BCFTt'BE,
,
us yet
is in wire fence, cutting a handful of flesh without the knife.-
compliancj with the
;J The sloop Gad Fly, Captain Edgjnrd recom the county are also running on full Lest we forget-lest we forget. I give 6M directly Into the blood
from his
mendations of the South weste anatomy and ruining aI without catting a* detention from
Saututers, arrived in'port SunJay time, it is stated. Cotton is bringing bndneM. :
Board of Fire Underwriters which pair of trousers. H un, 9 .. m. to n. m.Cenwpondeneo .
morning. with a monster, turtle four and a half and five cents here.- The tumult and the shouting dies tuUcued.Dr. .
The took hole
of the
insists that cow advantage
the chief have
$hat he and the crew captured, that an auto-1 Maeclonny Times. The captains and the '
Y kings depart,
mobile and that it be of sufficient in the fence, got into the cornfield and Geo. Li Dickerson
'f weighed about
i { 1,000 Still
pounds and isfJ0r stands thine ancient sacrifice
horsepower to draw the hook and ladder -I Some of the money which has been killed herself eating green corn. Hear- 111 WEST FOR&VTH 8TBEET.
one-half
and feet long. This is An humble and contrite heart. (*ear Heard JJajik, Bidg.)
I wagon kept in the central station. burned up in coal and wood at Green : ing the racket the stingy man's wife JACKSONVILLE.: FLOKIDA.
i very rare specimen and is one that Lord God of hosts be with us yet,
f ...,is worth seeing It is cxhi- That kind of car will be determined Cove Springs evidently became concentrated Lest ran out of the house upsetting a four- .
now
tioQ at the on when the bids are ree ived. The car or extracted from the smoka we forget-lest we forget. gallon churn full of cream into a bas-
Porter-Allen dock tins Isaadlts Vial Cm
and IM tins, Oder
I is to be painted and by'some mysterious became ket of kittens, drowningthe whole
I
means
bright red
be a so that ;
tan seen by of bow long Handing,
anyone so desiring. Far called our navies melt The worst ease no nutttr
:key West Citizen. : it will be distinctive and will not be I tangible and available again, away flock. She slipped on the cream and are cured by the wonderful old reliable Dr.
II On dune and headland sinks the fire; fell dawn stairs breaking her leg anda Porter'i Antiseptic Healing OiL It relinn!
easily mistaken for a car owned by I according to the following story thatcomes Lo all Pain and Heals at the U/lC tub, Sc.HcLV.H. ( .
S :!, A ,sheepshead every two minutes private persons.-St. Petersburg Independent I from that city and is vouchedfor our pomp of yesterdayIs $19 set of false teeth. The baby, .

:was the record: made by Dr. Schnat- by George Duncan, who offers to one with Nineveh and Tyre. left alone, crawled through the spill- C. RICHARD

'may, c. L. Davis and Jos. E..Reed, show anybody the pocketbook. Jas.. Judge of the nations, spare us yet ed cream into the parlor and ruineda x

last Saturday afternoon at the Duss It has always been a constant fight Rye and wife, who have light housekeeping Lest. we forget-lest we forget. $40 parlor carpet. During the excitement

.deck, until they landed forty-three among the growers to, combat the I t rooms in the St. Clair apartments the daughter eloped with the General Insurance
, 'Jn eighty-six different, kind of insects that If, drunp with sight of power, we lose
minutes, actual time, pry there, were sitting quietly 'by hired man, taking the family savings
'sand. allot. them were of satisfactory upon, our vegetables. The green fly the fireplace 'in their room Saturdays Wild tongues that have not thee in bank with them.

'.. Dr. Schn&tterlwaa the Jonah seems .to cause as much bother a night when there suddenly fell down awe, The moral is that every man shouldbe I none hut FIRST-GLASS i r

.fan this occasion but his companions anything else, especially on beans the chimney and out onto the floor at Such boastings as the Gentiles use, a' subscriber to his home newspa- represent
Mr. Eliasen who Or lesser breeds without the law companies and will ba constantly on the
,iftlO afraid to throw him overboard, always raises more their feet a sooty, charred object. per.-Brooklyn Eagle.
i :: .that he might or less of this commodity decided to Lord God of hosts be with us yet, alert to promote your btereiti. Guarantee a-
it found it
fig come up with Picking up, they to be an .. :... "
and thus come out victorgytwl3rsee. .- try something new, so he bought'justIJr' old-fashioned pocket book, containing Lest we forget-lest we forget. NOTICE. courteous treatmenc'to all patrons.

1 ,: !: .,- .,..-. _',. ..., r Ordinary vii pressure gasoline several paper dollars and a lot of the Notice is' hereby given that I will A.'well written policy by.. : a 1inkJMI
: "
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'f'f lighting machines Tho light was put silver fractional From.th. For heathen heart that puts her trust be at the following named places on '
''Tallahassee.-Tr currency. } in some- .. ,
a'
a'flrrt-cLui company
; drainage board hi'a tub about In tube andiron 1 gent ,
for feet diameter looks of the pocket book and the reeking shard, the dates herein gived for the purpose
1-' in'leasion a, large and about All time mesas much in owe of toes by flee
six valiant dust
part of the inches of water was also dates on the coins it is'believed the that builds on dust, of collecting taxes:

jd ea J'aiion considering and bids on purchase' poured in with a'small amount of book has been in hiding for at leasta And guarding calls not Thee to guard, Raiford, Monday, December 14, B.C. RICHARD $Starte I1L

a half dollars' worth kerosene over the water. At night guard, morning.
of Mr.
quarter a century Rye offered
poi dramage.bonds pursuant to their he starts his light and millers. and I the find to Mr Duncan, who in For frantic boast and J foolish word- Johnstown, Monday, December 14, ,

f f 3kseent J, ar invitation for bids. Adjourn bugs of all descriptions will gathoraround sisted on its being given to Mrs. Rye, Thy mercy *on Thy people, Lord evening. r;

Opting! was any finally of taken -without ac and of course a large per eentof.them saying that the.rooms had been'rented -RUDYARD KIPLING. Guilford, Tuesday, December, 15, CASSELIL'SFamous l
the bids it being fall into this'oil'
conSfTLttat and water. morning. '
and all it contained for the .season
.satisfactory.PMtment. none of the lame were The writer and Mr. Eliasen examinedcarefully1 and they ,were entitled to,'all; A GOOD PRECEPT. < Thomas School House, Tuesday_ December ; Indian RemedyFOR

his lima beans and not a found, ,even' in the chimney* It' is -- ,. 15, afternoon., "i INDIGESTIONGUARANTEED

p. Tbs sign of green .fly could be''found said TO keep 'my health to do work Providence, Wednesday, December .
that ,
J of agriculture isJi Delray Prbgress.v : .', ... on good authority the'next my : TO,CURE t
i auea a 'mng to, the"potato growers : night after the incident half'the'population tot live, to see to it; I pow.and gain 16, CENTS.AHO 81 '

Ji of Florida and other Southern states Ta1tabss e.- t.the regular; meeting of Green Cove Springs sat'b and give, ,revel; .k!'look behind"at Sot Miller, Thursday, December 17, 75

: bu lung, Seed; potatoes from at..t14tt'5ta. ,,board front-.ofAthe fireplace in-'an"attitudeof 'an hour, to'wit weakness and walk morning. 'Manufactured by the T A. cu: ,

;; ,.,an tessltheXbe; >of -pardons Wednesday,, ..watchful
; a certlAeate shoWing them to'JIe :Thursday : .that' ny other mart:wr woma'nwas ward"to the light,always and always December 17, afternoon. -<4 "'I ForSaleb; '" ..
1' 'ant Y/of': '
t'W'eek
from Powdery ,scab., They. are the board passed-supoa nJMty-seven, ; .rewarded asi.wthe, 'rigbtt-f robbed, Dukes,.Friday. December 18, mornI J:;C.-- CAR 'EA' .6 '=

t warred ,Year t'ObJWWbWti 'atalhre Yr defeated,. fallen-"wide JIlg.: : .
else aqjuMiUn use ef table auoFaritifot.padooas FiftvfivIIIkIl ; :ago the- astriyrb.ITwith ,-, "
for p'vWld "\ sr.4aga'bad' deirs bMlpiti bf* strength' I-have .- Midway, Friday, DeceuiMi'iS, af- ST RKE. FL0813ATta
o ;
\@.e "; '-B,1 + >>puc,11Wr1.. eMed, wss.-m X1 '
<;h.a! it .. twentya'passpd-over' for further t 1!. et!etBeecher.8terrbbllE'itnot lik t6'the way. ternoon.

ti ."en. n..L'.t IF "'VII"' dbClhoIh investigation and believed she was in the habit of Lake Butler, Saturday, :December feUM.. nit DOM Net Wad The Hsu'resew
consideration
""Il w by the PUea.Cared. la 6 to 14 days i of its toile aid Uxatw 1Iect.LAXATIYSB&OyOQCUW4Ei.betterth -:'
board putting her in
conditional fireplaces ,
'r--a: fourteen; pardons granted to Times-Union.money 'i-.u OINTMENT drumt fail win to refund cur serer of if r. 19.Brooker, Monday, December. 21.Respectfully I doc __cauac .crwMHBCM lordnary m.rrlnglnTtabead. '
applicants any caw Itching
a \ practically all of KnanaNl "e hnBamcaa-
altipmoat of *'i.d.Bledinr rretrnding Pflet m'to M dye ..
twenty- whom j W. caOTB. JX.
.. had M.
I tot tU ipatvt"
already a loons
04wrd barrels of served the larger There is about 'vest.* v<\ rat Me. B. M. DOWLING .
-_ naval atorte a place three mitawest i I I I
of
11 part
f1.. the sentences imposed upon of Winter Park, known to many Read the Telegraph--$UO a per.Y I Tax Collector. Bead the -4iM a liar# 7.:


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Twelve THE BRADFORD oiJNTY TELEGRAPH. i : .
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< ". ... ._ I .: . f'/-s- ., t: luaY oe ,bt ,''
'" LItt ; .RAISE-LIVE.STOCK.-- turm the South ont lithe oldfgicovathananything ';' ,
II.! ; \ .. : 1eIIy.kTeIeIra : -. "
; ,: j___ 1 l I that ever happened be ,!7 ,. ., '.

tit .-...'. . .. ,\ ". t.*Th III.....pea:womting. yticN-Of r : ;, :'Our people'will ,vastiy moil -.1;.....: :: _
: meitathan y :;
Local JUd Distant Phone .
Long .
4 should. stimulate' Bradford, .coaitpatmera't formerly/crow food crops and "z i. ..
, Ii ': Naaber'd/ f melts.TGsi. ; e .i' ';:'-,. .. I' !t_ .:-
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know how'to ,
; t. 'f tj "f1' 'riiie Da iea 'inl dojmdhave : ,'
4 '" i "L 1' { hogs > (
\r't...:.-,. .. ..:.. '.. -. -, ...,. .. ... ..' If t ;mt tup fat''itllalloonla the means. to do'it, and' hive .'': :r
.I '.t:' :::":., ; f 'Published weekly, and entered asa 'you' mile' wanted. 0' : to. dot; all the, time, .but,: ., t,; _,.r'r' ( L A .
: I;"t.; : ,- Mttad class Matter .st,the posUofiee high yon would, be/aurpris ", to see I somehow, we could not get o rI t'of. the .f ': ". .: N E .
: '.) .J : \Ie.
t" *' ; 1st Starke; Florida.K. .' eo(ranch wild Itnd:i proportion: ;ti rut '. v :
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iiiIf....:\. p. the,.cultivated.;This wild "land- is. I Iyetfree When the present war ends there ::
; for pasturage yet one Uwill I[ probably be an aftermath of other .' -t'.. .
: may \
( ':: ; S. MATTHEWS;_Editor tad One: >. '. ,
: : oft ntravel" for miles the Anyhow it twill '
through, wars. take yean .Jif ; 4 s
ii, : E. LAGERGREN Associate Editor ,
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woods without for the to : '
8 gOsingle cow: Europeans recover from '' -
{ ; di a' .!CL..f.. : .: .
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'.i <;' The lr Dge" alone win -not'fattetattle n the effects'and in the meantime "we ..

FRIDAY, December'18,1914.? but. the,>young, wiregrass is are the people." 'We win, from sheer Millin e --.Christmas a1yes." 'e
: > probably the most force of -
.. : + nutritious grass' circumstances, enter the.world 4
"CAGERGREN. ., AGAIN WITH-I known, and until June or July it not,.. trade to such an'extent that wecan ,f .f-'. G !
: only life but adds 9, '
'I. o-V I TELEGRAPH. supports flesh".tothe monopolize many of its branches t' ; J $ '.
\ -p. I cattle. :Then, by good manage in the future, ,

?f. *c 4 H. :E. Lagergren-r-is again' with the I merit the animals'may' be turned in I) SUBSTITUTES I' ", "Notions and Attractive NoVelties.," : : -
< :, on crabgrass and speedily become fat FOR POTASH I i : a
,
j : \ 4e. egraph:As associate editor he will I >,
'- i '
: < ', endeavor to get all the local news 'to enough for butchering. I ,(;

, .*. ''. \ .be bed, and his long .residence here According to the traditions of the 1 For some! time to come potash for.. 1' ;* A Cordial Invitation f f
.( and close touch with the farmers willout Florida farmer cattle must exist with- fertilizer will to high in price and dif- to Call and Inspect

r .. s enable' him to make his articles' any care. But other timehonorfici, to get It.is one of the three .. ,
: :;: 1, our needs and advantages interesting, ed traditions, such as that the land I principal ingredients of complete .: :r y ,
must produce without fertilizer and fertilizer. The other two U
: instructive and effective. He will so i -nitrogen _
. .f licit subscriptions, 'advertisements that stumps must remain in the fieldshave ; and phosphoric* acid-come from domestic _Tj:; a

;: and job printing' as well as collect been declared inconsistent with : sources and will be as 'plentiful ,._ _:
- present day farming, and likewise the 'as ever., Manufacturers I
bills, and any favors shown him will complete II
I
' '} Y 'be. much appreciated. old notion that cattle must get along fertilizers will use Canadian ashes and -wise government the first two t r. a : .

.1 without care, must "also go. Provide: and pearl! ash as a substitute for potash evils are now no longer active inthewestern t

r.1 M ) Mr. F. E. Robbins, who, has so ably .. winter food for the cattle in the way when other sources fail, but the world, and,therefore, the war t .
j :: edited And managed the Bradford of corn stalks, hay, sweet potatoes, many farmers who use kainit alone had to come.Mankind r T";:

: ; County Telegraph during tb past rutabagas etc., which can be do ie wil have their supply cut off,'as this always would' accomplishmore : ,
i will edit and publish the Levy with little trouble. It would I : >
j ; ,year probe substance comes' from Germany on- for military glory than any other -
5' : : Times-Democrat at Bronson during >ly be too expensive to fatten cattle l s ly. incentive and Christmas
thus naturally this Candie!
-t,. t. ;. .. the coming.year We wish him sucES. during the winter, but they should J Jn the Tekgrapk's progressive -
.... : ,
.. ." :, i l1e of t '
given food j :
: .4 enough tame to eta-[evt of kaJMt has-been greatly cv r- ; nations of Europe to ; !
" t. __ put use 1 "
4 ; abte them to meet spring ia.so .joad.estimated.< It consists of a little potall: the inventions that could be utilized ; -
: : The Citizen ia a new luminary that I I ,
:condition as to be easily fattened on ash] and a great deal of salt
common I in warfare and
that
\: has just ascended above the Live Oak I I l! many onlypertain
.;1 : the new wiregrass. j Both these ingredients are active in : to war, ks well their '
. ; horizon. J. E. Pound is tha editor I !I I as enormous -
While the beggarweed grows SPO i-dissolving: out the potash contained i .
resources in and
f
and proprietor. Judging' from its money men.
'I .
taneously on some land, it can h e' in the soil itself, and to this fact,I I' Hence > 113
startled the
::0 nVwsiaess and generous advertising I.! I't. we are ,by hasty ; Yl QU wont have to jog your
-r f,1'1 patronage the' Citizen deserves and made to grow on any land not too. very ,likely, kainit is indebted for its I( progress' of the' armies, the fearful memory very hzfj.Ito
: if': wet. It 'is the best forage plant in I I i I reputation; as a fertilizer rather than death I I rate and-, by the before remember the
has and will
; a good support no many timehen
Florida and yields so heavily that to its innate worth. I undreamed-of Candy worthy fife
'r i W.. doubt, prove a "weighty" agency for I devices for effective destruction
there is no need of husbanding ii J I I Our soils consist of
fine sand.
The name cost almost
; of life and double what
s:\ the upbuilding of Live Oak. Its motto property.But it does here. We{ :
While it lasts
cut little -
wagonload two
' a vegetable
:! 1 : is, "Pulling for Progress;,Pushing I i matter found in "old"land the war will end,'and who can i
I every day, stack'it around a pole in i : is almost negligible. The have revolutionized
f i"' I for Prosperity. mois- estimate the important lessons it will prices and standards Pun ;
" the cow lot and let the cattle eat a II I tote in the soil helps to dissolve out ;
teach?
Pain attends the birth of
:(;:. they want; It is also relished 1 the everything and freshness are first essentials then
, t. Nixon- spelling reform! We do not by'dr.- potash and other plant .food con- worth being born and new reasonable prieet4|

'. <." ', e%n' wish to see "thru" substituted ses, hogs and poultry. I tained in each grain of sand, and what and better conditions for mankind are Have bought the
":eo for through, "sulfur" for sulphur, or Cattle and hogs for the butcher? fertilizers are given the soil acceler- even now in the making. It has been you Christmas_Sheets* ? 1,'

(, :. "catalog" for catalogue. As it.is the can hi sold at' any time, so, that thehelists ates this 'pr:ess. Agricultural chem hed.that. eivilization has a tendency Ito .i
( ,
\f. : ':, English language is' the most virile fattening can be done during: t I lave, "so far, refused to consider weaken the race, but this belief has j! 1 S .F

- .. ... thing next after a typhoid germ. Itia [ most profitable season. The peanuts limp r.s a plsnt food, though with no been completely shattered by the accounts -

f: as pliable'as a cold-drawn gold wi'and r 3 mainly' used for fattening hogs are I good .reason, as every plant containsslime I of this war, where men haves
!'..'" as resilient is a life insurance ready in the early fall and the fall but they recognize its valut). shown strength, endurance, contemptfor

? aged, After spelling reform would and winter .will probably continue to a corrector for acidity in soils and death, resourcefulness and patriotism v '

f k. 't.lli. lrammar'reforui, and the now be the seasons for hog fattening.Let for its corrosive property, by means : as much or more than at any otb Roy Turner r rt

; :;. ed English language "would us .remark'here that in former of which) regflable mutter & deaagb t( *j ysrisk, bee the fitter nand, the( .
lz' t at"ae 't'Ia t \b 113 !S&! Saaguag ea' ,; nWb't:72 'iDE razorback pretaue.l.the io quick decay and the inorganic mat- [many acts of kindness so often cbronI : .

spoken in the cetvti&ent of Europe.. same notion was held about bogsie .I tee Is partly dissolved. We are surs I icled as shown by the soldiers,when .
't Look how the lawyers twist it to make about cattle that they must' to key I that an'application of lime to the soil the battle is over, shows that the savage .
' anything or nothing. A lawyer could' care of themselves. But with the em S.I'-if made some time before the plant I beast nature is .only active dur

swap his law library for an orthography I of improved hogs ,care became rte c-1 I r food comes into demand, will unlock I insufficient the excitement of the actual bat

a grammar and a dictionary. and essary. Why not extend the same'I! of the potash present in th; I tl. The inventions, the foresight ,
l : be all the better for it. But our language -: principle to cattle? Cross the lean soil to fill the'demands of the crops I the courage, the 'resours fulness, the f. t

I' shines with its greatest luster j,I native breed with a good beef bre&l.1 I As many farmers are afraid of lime, I energy used to further military enterprises .

in the many "jokers" inserted in law i! then give the animals r little care!I I there is little fear of them applying I can just as well be used in .

t enactments by every legislature and and beef raising will become the most,too much, but even four barrels of private life, and if .they were how F

+ congress! and 'even the suprerco) court 'I profitable branch of farming. unslaked lime to the acre of old land, commerce and manufacture and agriculture When You Want

: justices are no slouches in using this II I More goats should be raised. An and five to new land would not be too would flourish! ,The autocrat ,
1k r TIB plus'ultra of the language's cab p j. industry that is entirely neglected is much. Newly slaked lime is.bs.iton himself will point this way to <

lities, the "joker." The "joker" is sheep] raising. On account of preda- account of its infinite fineness, whichalIows freedom and the economical habits

t unknown outside of English!, speaking!'I{I I tory dogs it cannot be well done on a it to enter every cranny and I forced upon Europe,by this war will A Horse A MuleA
f 1 a ions. The German language, if' small scale, but several farmers can thus m& more intimately with the assist the impoverished people to .

I :. one should try to shape it into a "joker : pool their flocks and hire a herder to soil, though it is a disagreeable task gain; a new foothold in industrial pursuits ,

! ; ," would get; a crick in its' back care for them. The wool clip will pay to apply it. If air slaked lime ij us- and they will pursue their workon

! ',' from which it could never recover, for the care and the increase in nu med take care that it is not lumpy. Jme a better basis than ever before. Buggy .Wagon:.:R

i the French would break in pieces and I her and weight: is clear gain. In partsof should be. harrowed in immediatelyupon We do not dare to prophesy: that

IJI: ... the Russian would be snarled up be? West Florida sheep raising is and application. universal peace will come, but we'are* r

! 1 irqnd hope of untangling.. has for many years been an .important Ashes of pine, particularly the sapwood sure that this thorough purging of A

1 White-Starke -e- -- industry. In Bradford county contains potash and should be, the body politic:in Europe is the fore Set of Harness
,
would
1 welcome
a cap sheep do as well as anywhere., saved.
Rotten
pine straw
italist'who could turf and I, runner'of better things to come. A 'r '
I put in heavier lidtban' k
!
TJMESTHEAD.The the uppermost layer of muck beds all I brighter era will spring from this pool '
its present citizens are able to BETTER .
do, the latter keep on improving the contain is fertilizing gathered into elements. If suchstuff of carnage, as the snowy lily sprouts Come to j$ ee UsWe

town little by little, until strangers1VQnder blow given this country by the compost heap from the foul bottom of stagnant wa- .
' during the winter, and to it added ter.
how our comparatively small European war was almost paralyzing,
limeanimal manure, ashes and buy in lots ;
or car And
population have been able to create but we are'now rapidly recovering i give our cus
such a fine 'town and can maintain from it and all signs point toward the ganic about refuse,kainit the owner A cord needs of notworry TRICKY IMAGINATION tomers the benefit of the lowest prices.

;the public improvements. But ourcitizens greatest era of prosperity the nationias will compost -
give a double handful to
every
( have great civic pride and ever experienced. While the need hill of The most erratic component in '
corn or cotton
t_ ;for years the council has been com- of the world for raw and manufactured acres of land and to four on acres eight of man's make-up is his imagination. We 'ji ANDREWS

4posed of gentlemen who make thoynost goods is as great as ever, we Irish potatoes. There is an abundance often: say, depreciatingly, "it is only W. & SON

of the small taj levy. are and will, for many years, be the of material for composting on imagination," yet imagination is real. '

14 Starke is and has long been a rioted only people able to supply it. Large farm and during- the winter there every is It is the mind's eye, and making inventions
ode center. It would be ideal loIcaiion orders for munitions, clothing, foodstuffs
an much idle time to haul it or planning any land of work
: for factories, but the lack of machinery and horses alreadytax -up. without the aid of the imagination, I. Starke

. I railway competition has militated tothe, utmost many large con ON A SOLID BASIS.[ which pictures the project before they Florida

against this. The blunder committed cerns. The woolen goods ordered exceed have come into concrete* being, would ? i

,in' the past of allowing the Georgia in quantity what can well be Starke is a good town. Travelerswho be impossible. It is the soul's most ,

SOuthern a: Florida railway to pass supplied and the natural inferenceis have seen other Florida towns valuable servant, but it is so anxious -- .

us by has retarded our progress.Sfarke that cotton must be used where of the same size, built straggling for work, so tireless, tftat it often in but had actually been out of the comity times, though we did not know.ti
has a board of trade who can, wool cannot be had, and cotton w11not along streets of'deep sand and high its zeal runs off the track, to to speak,t at the time of the alleged killing. pictures' t were only creations'

when they will, accomplish' things. be a drug on the market much weeds, find it a revelation. It has a and deceives us by presenting unreal I The threatened .man, 'ever dreadingan own (fancy.* "The Imp of the Pe

Let them- bend their efforts towardbringing longer. Immigration from Europewill refined,, staid, solid, prosperous a p- pictures. Persons have died from encounter ,at last had his accommodating verse so weirdly described by P ,
a railroad from Sampson be light for years to come, which pearance. Many Florida towns own imagined dangers and! suffered from I imagination bring his enemy is also 4 real thing, one of the sou!
City to Kingsley lake, to begin with insures remunerative work for our> their faster .
growth to the fact that imaginaryailments. A person : before him, and the picture was donl
Such a road would cost comparativelylittle : own workmen. An increase in freight; SlIme,!,ealthy urea tare settled then 5 ing lost a leg or arm often ha'-I I so vivid that it was difficult to persuade eaus many persons components inclined, and,toward no *

to build and would earn a good rates has been granted several large : and used the upbuilding of the placeas feels pain in the absent member. him that the. tragedy had not stitutious belief to things sup thi
see
s F interest on the capital invested, carrying ,- railway systems, which means increased their hobbies; the locations wereeften onapprehended murderer, from con- taken place. dread when their guard over it'is *

freight and passengers and davalpping .employment ,of labor directly badly chosen and constant efforts I'stant pondering over his crime? thinks From such like occurrences the beef laiei. J

the section it tray Bre ed. I or indirectly. of-their.founders are necessary fee sees his,victim' and the crime re- li in ghosts originated. Mtcduff, in 4 -=---.----,
r Such a road would be of immense benefit The orders received so far have; to keep them from retrogression, and' enacted, and this self-deception sometimes one of Shakespeare's dramas' could COLDSNAP HARMLESSHERE.

r to the town, as it would cause come almost exclusively from the warring -, when the founders die the towns soon becomes so unbearable that, for readily have imagined seeing Ban-

new settlers to come here and enrich nations of Europe. South A margo into decay.! relief, he gives himself up to justice. quo's ghost but the idea of the ghost .

as with their trade, u.wen as open fta, Asia, Africa and Australiayet are Sometimes after a person dear to us of Hamlet's father relating the circumstances ,: -1-- .
up much needed lines of communication. to be heard from. Misgivings have THIS CRUEL WAR has departed life, the constant of his death, if far-f. tcb- Of theisevere weather which visitthe
: been felt about capturing 'the South eftstjra half of the United &'
Being connected with the Geor- thoughts of him causes imaginationEurope ed. The imagination, though a valuable -
J l Bra Southern much trade would tom American trade from the British, The war now raging in to run riot and put before our eyes, servant, needs curbing. But this week, we have only had s fe

from the western portion of the'coonti. German and French, who gave long completely overshadows in magnitude I aa real, a picture of the lost one. We sometimes the vigilance of the mind touch It began Sunday 'with t

"' which we now miss, on account of{ credits and furnished just the kind and fter anything in wad T3 thus may, at times, see pictures of is relaxed. Thus'when partly asleepwe heaviest 'rainfall since early SB *

". t .: the uncertain and roundabout aray0 I I goods wanted. But.no apprehen- that has ever taken place before. It: even living, though absent, friends, often think we hear strange voices spring; Monday was cooler and El
that now:mUst be used by people of' sinus need be feared in that direction. is idle to discuss by what nation it.. which imagination presents because and noises, and when fully asleepwe frosts"W fe seen Tuesday, Wed

;' ,:. .. a that section ,reaching Starke."CHILDREN'S Those South Americans are" no longer was started, likewise it is useless to these Persons so 'exclusively occupy dream dreams. Also, when weak- day and Thursday mornings. But

1 ','"., choosers apd will have to do likeNorth the deplore it, for it had to come. While our thoughts. A' Bradford county ened with fevers we imagine we see damage was done. The cold c

;! ;, .COLDSChildren's Americans-take what the nature allows 'us to become more or man was 'once "toting the guforal .people near us1 and hear them .talk, three weeks ago checked the gro
. Coughfr- ,
pay we another, who had sworn to kill him and we will talk to them. It is because ,
; one of your little ones shows within a reasonable time. After theyI ways be' subject to its sway, and nature on sight Once, while sitting on a the mind has not the strengthto blooms arc as yet few; the cane i
: symptoms of an approaching cold,i become accustomed to the standardizyatjed ia cruel as often not The in are harvested and the vein
. I as log a thicket, he saw his enemy control,the tireless imagination"Ghosts" ;' yams
s five it Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Hone American manufactures: -ths' in- thinning-out process is ever going on. coming tews
Dace.the It acts quickly, and prevents, terchangeable parts of machinery-an< If a certain plant multiplies too fast gun. Our man,-.to. saw.:himself, immediately nothing supernatural about them, Besides, the cold advanced so F-
[ cold growing worse. Very healing implements; ihtfead of the antiquatemuj < an: insect is sent to check its progress.In leveled his own gun at the* only a natural psychological phenom- ually that ;there"was time for prod:
eothes the lungs,loosens the I individuality manufacturing used the animal kingdom undue Lion o..f. tender plants.
reproduction comer and shot him dead, II'he enon.. Persona of undisciplined minds, _
>.i eons strengthens the' system; 1yr It is!I by the Europeans, they will have noth- is checked by cannibalism. The thought He then hastened told I especially those lf.;." 11" '""
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J: guaranteed. Only 25e at your dn jj-"inc, e1 !and the trade win be" 'our human race is'being' kept within the a friend,what ..he had done and went .beliefs,. are more apt to see lovicorathif to .tie 'Pale U&Srr.
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What you have seen in the windows only gives .... Give: something of real value this Christmas.


the merest hint of ,the waves and billows of i Something, that can be worn; and even if your

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handsomely tailored' Coatsuits for Fall that ve j gift is inexpensive let it be of first quality We


h overflowed the 'tables and. counters of ourstore. ; have a stock of-all the essentials in Dry Goods,


,r The' daintiest patterns triumph in this line and J, ; Shoes, etc., besides hundreds of Novelties and


we, have reduced the price wonderfully. 4 .' Toys for the Children.


?* When'you step into our store you will find j S HE would appreciate a Leather Suitcase. ,


a splendid, ,assortment of Dress Goods and ne:1::1 2 Leather Hand Bag, Bath'Robe, Linen Hand


,cessities for your winter wear. Everything .1.. :, kerchiefs or a' nice Pair Gloves..


> needed to complete your toilet for every occa- SHE would appreciate a Coatsuit, .:a, :nice ,


} sion. Everything up to, minute in style and II ;" .Dress, Silk Hose, ,Silk Umbrella, Silk Kimono. *


,. quality, and leading the van in price economy. : ", =!R} or Pair of Gloves.' "' "


, The woman who wants neat, tasty, stylish apparel ,k.? ,1!( :' We have an excellent line of' Toys; ;: Our


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Jacksonville Thursday. scattered. afternoon. Beautiful hand work suit-
5 or 6 doses 666 will break any i -' able for Christens gifts. Also homemade

Bits. of LocalInformation case of Fever or Chills.' Price 25c.' I Christmas gifts for sale'at Tur- New, entirely sanitary and up-to- cakes s.nd i;andy. .

t. I I ner's. Proceeds for benefit of Bap- date-the Kaustine closet system for --t
Special bargains ia coats for ladies I
Mrs. E. A.'od 1 and Mrs.
tist church. home, office and schools. Quigley McIntyre,
A JLOmr misses'and children at LevitOn's.F. Lumber: and Supply Co.' of Provineeto*'D,;MasS., stopped over

x A. Scott was in Gainesville and The ladies of the Baptist church inStarke Wedaealay while on, their
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h :c...11'-1 r-.t.. ..... W Ocala on business last week. want you to buy JOur.Sunday cake From Saturday,,December 12, until way to Ft. ilyt/s and other West
: TWNJ4! III...C*.MT of Tttn.mut J J from them. January 1st, we will have special Coast Mrs.vile here they were
t j1IJ Mrs. F. A. Scott spent the latter counters of shoes, the prices will sur- guests of Turner

.. I part of last week with relatives at Pure home made candies for the prise you.-Hull's Department Store. There will -be .no meeting of theLadies'
Hampton. children at the Baptist sale at Tur-
Fordry. goods., Levitoa.SYRUP Christmas ,handkerchiefs. fancy ner's.A Miss Allie Mae Haynes, of Idelia Musicale rn, next Monday, December
i boxes at Morgan's. Special bargains in coats for la Ca, who had been visiting Miss Mar- 21st> :as 'customary, but on

CANS, ':Jones,.Hirdware.L ; : dies;misses and children at Leviton's. complete lumber yard and build- guerite Shriver, of Brooker, is now'a Monday after:: Christmas, December
5' or1 g doses ggg will break any ing supply store at .yo.ur"service- guest of the home of Mr. and Mrs.! 28th, the meeting-will be held at the
Dolls. and toys at Stump's. ase of Feve }or ,Chills. Price 25c Morgan Redding, one of the promi- Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. A. M. Darby. usual hour in:the school auditorium.We .
nent citizens of Lawtey, was in town urge every member to be present

I Cranberries. and.celery at. Kickliter's, iParker and'other makes of foun- on business Monday. Fruit cake, plum pudding; eta, Imported direct from Pennsylvania, promptly at that time, as there will

"Choiee&T ce es: Hall's:DepartmentStore. tain pens,at.iner's.. The -last t>f the sidewalks COIm ct- made to order. Call at Kickliter's pure apple cider vinegar, 35 cents pr be important jbu&aess before' .the
. ., store or phone Mrs. J.. R. Halligan. gallon, 10 cents per quart. Get a club. I \
T. N.,'Kendrick,, of.Maxville, was ing Walnut street with the school supply while you have the hance.Brown's. .- t
, i -' Brick and.Jim'e. Hall's Department >,t;town on business. Thursday.Wantedevery grounds, has been finished. Horse high, bull strong, pig tight; Gustave Swanstrom! : of Moline, ilL,
f ; Stored. .c ) Southern wire fence for sale at the was in Starke ksf week. Mr. Swan-
1 Special discount .
5'i i i on furniturelaststhis
Quigley Lumber and Supply Co. Imported direct from Michigan, years
2 : farmer to read week strom, about two ago, boughta
White.Wile and Warner rings at ad, then call, and see. ,Brown. my Store. only. Hull's Department The mellifluous California-- hand picked beans. The blind can tell tract of land fpm C. L. Peek &;
: IHinei"a.An grape the:difference from the culls usually Son without having'seen the land. He
and the salt mullet offered
excellent line of. fruit'at KickOtter's. Miss Ella Strickland, of Waldo, A. S. Crews, esq., was in Maxville in sustaining the local marketMessrs. are to be had. 15 cents per quart, $1.10 was so well pleased: :with his purchase
., .' spent Sunday with Mrs. T. A. Knight Monday on professional business. t per peck. Brown's. that on his return he procured all of

,. ': W. A. Mays and C. A. the scanty literature bout this section -
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Best: eating apples' grown, at Daniels returned Tuesday Floor oil-just what you have been 'I Smith, of Sampson City, were in town he could get, and promised to y
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44 Company. where she will spend the Christmas .
1 i ADIES-Wizard ;mop* Jones Useful presents for Christmas giv- E. P. Duncan, of Jacksonville, has holidays with her parents. Moline. : .
Hardware.'Shriver., ing at Morgan's.Winona i The big outlet ditches in the out been in Starke during the week soli- +++++++*t*;++*+++++*
t skirts of.the town are clogged up andshould Mesdames Thede and Williams, of + : *
cur' r' has it What? ware dinner sets, regard- be cleaned out. citing insurance.Mrs. Lawtey, with the fetter's little son, + CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING +
Anything. less of cost at Miner's.Special .- +
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t; you want. \ S W. H.'Pinholster, of Brooker,
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I Wills, who has been visit- I Dr. and Mrs. CamPb4lLMiss
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prices on sweet feed. Hull's spent Sunday daughter, .
Candy and,ants for Christmas at Department Store. ing her sister, Mrs. J. W. Morgan, L A. Wynn.. FOR SALE-Flock of chickens. Ap
dltM i J Kickliter's.. 1 left Monday for her home, Tampa. Jennie Lou Rivers, accompanied ply'at this office."
'-fi; F. E. Robbins left Monday for, Bron- Col. 0. L Stuck, of Columbus, S. by Mr. J. E. Wainright and family ;
d Ingersoll Men's. and Boys' watches son, to take charge of the Times. Jap rice, '4.50 per sack, less ttJi C., is visiting relatives in Starke during I'motored from Lake Pickett last FOR SALE-COOP and possum
re at Miner's.SPe I sack, .5 cents pound. Hull's Depart- the holidays.American ., week and are spendipg some time hounds, fox and r hounds, pointers -
1 e.of I Perry Dover,.of Hampton, was in ment Store. with relatives in Starke. and setters: M. L. Crawford
boys' clothing atvLeviton's. town.Wednesday. fence. If quality and not ll7t
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Sunday in Stark GainesvilleTwent: dress or-, a coat something in'hosiery Morgan,' her sister. ,(.)..!'7'f ';" Jones.; Tuesday night to'attend the Elks I entertainment for coon, possum{ cat and otter
.underwear. Morgan's. for the benefit of the ''furs. L. A. Brosvn. ,'$rooker, Fla: -to
's" Shlirer'a sale WoolseyV- know the restitis Imported ironstone china (white Christmas.In 12114t. -1
,. January Bar- poor people's ;
.j 1st .Our linen collars the best. '
ftains for and tuff sets are Quigley Lumber and that is :
; you. English ware), something nice E. Andreu, Starkel
M' .f the present fad. Morgan's.Messrs. Supply Co.Messrs. and will ,wear. Hull's DepartmentStore. order to give our force a chanceto I t \
j ladies'coatsuits enjoy the Christmas holidays, nexweek's t FOR SALE-At a sacrifice, improved .
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cost Walter Simmons, Joe Wil- Geo. W. Alderman and Rich-
fat Telegraph will be printed ear city property, ow block from business -
he 1 son and A.A. Stokes, of ard Moore, of Lake Butler visi-
; '- Lawtey,were ; were Bales of short staple cotton are lier in the week than usual. Please center. Address Mrs. Mary
btU. ;D .i.el.1'U ud art squares from visitors to Starke Tuesday.Chrlatmus tors to Starke Wednesday. frequently seen at the depot. They bring us what you wish to have pu bWeeks, 1525 Market' Street, Jacksonville ;.

i, ,m to f;.. at Kickliter's., booklets fancy station Wo have a full line of boys' suits come from points. along the Wannoe lished as early as possible. Fla. 12114t. $.

U.a' :t ? -- .- ed' and I ery'at; Morgan's. and trousers just received. .Hull's branch. Friends of Rev. Geo. F. Scott will HIDES WANTE >on, No. 1, $1; -' 1

fndt'cQ!"ssiteriaL at Kickliter'sc- .Ribbons. ,' "s2k ani, waists. Department'- Store. What yon buy here is the best. Im- be interested to know that the recent No.2, | .50; No. 3, 25. Skunk
Ja r j ;. These.make .aeei Ptable crepe gifts. Se! H. L.-Stepheason;-left Thursday for ported 'ojirect from'Pennsylvania, conference appointed him for Arcadia. N*. 1, |l; No. 2,% i.50; No. 3, $,.25. w

w,...t'sm.a.rin,Wn71s. Sr- of Gainesvilh Morgan his prices are all right Pittsburg, Pa, to'spend the holidays buckwheat flour and maple syrup a He had served his Ft. Myers past Otter, No. 1, $3 0; No. 2, '6.00; .
f i. Starke.' with relatives. Brown's.* torate four years, the limit a Methodist No. 3, $5.00. Wild Cat, Nol, $.40; ,
l.id1 i'i: r Wishing, you one and all a very minister is allowed for each No. 2, $ ..30; No. 3//$ .25. Fox;No.
happy Christmas. Morgan's. Car of American wire, not "just re Mr. Smith said to Mr. Jonas"What's "' charge. 1, $ .75; No. 2, $ .50; No.3, $ .25: ;-
viY rhzbi ceived;" it came several days ago.- the best price on ,that ?1.75 Opossum, 5 cents t@. 20 cents, as to-
Y : : er'lust.' tell them you saw.me at S ,Hall's Department, Store doll?"' ',0h, III make it to'you' for Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Ellis, Sr., Miss grade; House Cat,: 5 cents to lO'( 1
$ They, : wffl know the rest '1.: 11.65. Saved 10. cents? No, he,did Dorian Ellis Mr. and Mrs. T. a Ellis centsGoat Skins,' 25 cents to 50 ;
so. at Stump's.> .. '" "Remember :,.DBE..Kii-b1 Crews and sister, Miss not,'for Brown sells, it for 125. ,. Jr., and Miss: Anita Ellis, all oGainesvdle f to grade Bring me-your
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h "' Little Done at December Meeting .Whopping' Hoaxes Per-' <":,: 1. : Ii' -g. -.i

'. Bills. lohnBabband Hair esBeechz 4 in Florida.ij "- r .- '" j tl
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,&) ..._-_ ing Are Held For The [. ..,. i< J l FINAL' WIND-UPj.OF THE: ..BIG'SAI.E AT 1

,# The board wax aBed to order at 10 ".* ** Circuit Court. '* What has become' of 'the, old-time < ., : .

J z' M. by Chairman C. A. Roberta. -, .. }oomal sm aa practiced in the smaller; \f

with all: members present, to7wit- Abner Richardson, John Babb and cities: when the editors constantly .> .1.,

: \0. :A;1 B. Surrency, W. S. Croft, W. A. quarreled, and that egregious ass'.,< ,
Haires Beeching colored had: i
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:I Bessent,; S. T.,Do Ung., J, : .preliminary woo the mildest adjective bestowed by STERNBERG'ONLY J 1.

,Minutes efjlast meeting approved.f hearing!. before, County,Judge one"upon the other Their readers ,f

The bonds of C. A. Johns and L. Milton, of Macclenny, Monday, the often subscribed for the papers_limply 1

;;f'" JL Johns, Jr* for firearms laid over men having been arrested for the to'enjoy the reading of the bil- II i !
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t hf order of thetward at last meeting murder of John Williams, an aged ligsgate so ;liberally spread in the ,

:t;i \ upon motion* approval ,' of;' said negro, during October. 'The prosecution sheets and'.wondered why the editors 1 "
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/: bonds were continued until next meet- Wes conducted by State Attorney- did not kill each -ot>aer. But the adversariea'were : ONE: MORE WEEK. :

i. t lag of the b ard.: A. V. Long. Beeching and Batb were friends in secret and .

t. The official bonds presented and ap held for the 'spring term of the ,circuit held their,conferences about what ac

-: < proved by the board as follows: B. court, but Richardson was dis cusations and'countercharges to make and your last l chance to partake of the, feast of bargains .. :

F'F M. Dowling, tax collector; N. D. barged. next. The' editors quarreled for the !

,? Wainrigt, tax assessor; G. W. Hazeo John Williams was found murderedin sumo reason baseball teams quarrelto offered at this Gigantic Sale. If you have not'

I '. county treasurer; J. B. Crows, A. the woods near the Bradford and stimulate'business..

..: H. Williams, S. T. Dowling, J. L. Un Baker line. The common knowledge When the -editorial quarrel period already visited our store and compared our prices with ;

I. ", derhill and D. W. Pir.holster, county that he always carried a large sum of began to wane the hoax period began. '

; ';.. commissioners; J. B. Sapp, constable money on his person probably instigated The public being very willing to swal our competitors, don't wait any longer, but come At

: ,6th district; ,R. A. Weeks, Julian the crime. The persons mentioned low anything seen in the papers, na-

:.'.- Peek, notary public; J. E. Douglass, were arrested by the Bradford turally!this trait had to to panderedto. Once as the time is limited and the goods are fast ,being ,

Chesley Fogg, school board; L. L. authorities, but before their trial at Hoaxes were started by the big '
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Sepp, deputy sheriff. the fall term of the circuit court here dailies and were later adopted by such picked over. "

KM? State pension claim of Mrs. B. A. the state attorney requested H. E. Laergren smaller papers as had the daring and t r

Fairish approved. to ascertain whether the body the brains to start them and follow

Firearms bond of E. Waters approved had b found in Bradford or Baker them up. We Guarantee to Save You ''

and license ordered issued.T. county. The line was traced out and In the early '90s James Irving Money on Every Article -,

B. Rosier, inspector animals it was found that the crime had been Crabbe was editor of the Orlando Dai

slaughtered for market, filed his 'report committed 525 feet north of the county ., ly Record (later the Recorder). He Purchased at This Store.
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'' for month of November. line, wherefore, the prisoners wee, was a splendid writer and up-to-date

'Scrip issued in payment of bills approved removed to Baker county. newspaper man. He made himselfthe We Guarantee to Refund Your Money if For Any

as follows: ) proprietor of the following hoax:

F. L. William,Central janitor and________ H.50C. S.rhr B...lev Denmark Toss hauling delivering lumber convicts__._. 20.00.5 o He announced that a certain Mexican Reason You Wish to Return Any Merchandise<:
10.40 gentleman was to hold a bull fight between
A. Knipht. sunvr ret __
W. T. Weeks keeping road book ,10.00
J. R. Davis &: Co.. premium in county Bradford Orlando and Winter a Here.
bend ___ 500 County Bank. int en warrantNo. Park on Bought z zn
: ; eommissicacr 9418 to Dee. 1914 __ "!O.OO ,
',- J; R. Darin &: Co.. premium in County certain date. He was to' be accompanied

ttmmissior.er: bond 5.00 Total _____ 56.72
H. D. Ma:;. clerk and del box dist ? 4.60 Drainage Fund by his daughter, famous i ,

M_,, A.J. P ie.,mans do and* dist del box _-____- 2.00 6-00 A.B. M.Z. Dowling.Adding rerv com as suit tax Wall col _Bros._. 10.6.: Mexico and Spain for her beauty. Mr. LADIES READY TO WEAR. SHOES.

B. M. Dowling. cot gem county tax 25.30 vs drainage ______._ ___.__ __ 60.0C Crabbe, being himself a half Span
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:' A:B. Sumnr,. 1 day com and mileage 7.40 ---'i- iard, it 'was natural that he should AT CUT PRICES. Ladies Shoes From 98 Cents up. =

: S. T. Dowling. do 620IK.. Total _______._______.____.___________ 60.63 .
i Falconer .Co. pcnrils _______ Forfeiture Fond get this information in preference to Coats Coat Suits Skirts Waists Men's Shoes From $1.49
'A. Z. Adkins. county attorney __ 10.00 *". w. AeF deny jroard at jail _____ 20.0''0 the other Orlando the up.Children's .
Wf T. Weelu. express on treu books %.15 W. W. Baisden freight on bedding etc 2.26 papers, Repor Sweaters and
a. B.' Denmark tiewini body And in- S. B. Denmark feed for prisoners __ 124.J1 ter and the Sentinel, and nobody ,. Millinery. Shoes From 49 Cents up.

-. a.jutst. A. Godfrey Gardiner Wilson do _. 120J.10 \*. H.'Oil Freeman Co.. disinfectant county physician____ 25.6i E,00tlaa doubted the story. A !storm of protests Men's Hats From 49 Cents up.Men's .

Geo. A. Gardiner insan'.ty: J. R. Clark %.00 West Disinfectant Co.. __ USEFUL XMAS GIFTS '
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81'. A. H. Freeman.'do __ %.011 Champion Sooty Co.. cots etc ____ 41.55 58.0 arose, first from the outside papers Trousers From 98 Cents up.
Br J. P. Tomluuon, 6* %.00 who accused
n lea A. Gardiner case Ed Jones __ 2.0! the Orlandoites of
i WT W. Bafedea. do 1.00 q. R. Denmark do ________ 1.4
8.' B. Denmark do.--, 3.2 6 O. W. Alvarez, wit ._.....__..._.__ l.Oi being mercenary enough to do any.
W T. Week*. clerk and pd express 65.7 '. G. Dyal do ______ 1.00 thing to bring visitors to their town, \
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T. Weeks coat taU term et et 53.10 Ceo. A. Gardiner case Truby Green .. 2.8 REMEMBER positively be over
W. S. Croft, com and mileage 960 S. B. Denmark do __ : 11-8 then the respectable Reporter and the
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Iurial pauper ___:-__. 2.5a 0 Calvin.ias Prtty Johnson wt do .___-_?_?___..?..?_. 2.E1%.50 dignified Sentinel, in a perfunctory Thursday December 24 1914. Don't the
B. Denmark. 5 da at et et 10.00 S. T. Johns do 2.2i manner, condemned the idea, but the forget
K. C. Jones, stove etc for clerk's office 10.40 Hardy Byrd, do _.__....._...__.__ 2.51TWIS
W, A. &.seat. 1 day arranging ballot 400 Reynolds, do 2.21 citizens were not greatly averse, as it time and
W. A. Beasent bay county com 4.0t B. D. Kelley. j p case Grover Lang 20 s would certainly not hurt anyone'spocket place.STERNBERG'S.
8.,B. Denmark bailiffs ct ct ____. 28.7I. 5
P. 8. Denmark do _..______.__ 8.0;
B. Denmark acme* attachment on Blossom Byrd witness .._____ 1.00 but then they wanted to seea
John Paul __ 99.65I. lem Rhoden. do _______ ,
l.Oi bull
fight well the beautiful
B. Denmark day,with county com.. 400 Oeo. A. Gardiner case Bola Griffin 2.20 as as
S.. B. Denmark sere e J witnesea _. 45.76 S. B. Denmark, do _...._...__... 8.61 senorita. About once a week Mr.
W T. Week, arranging ballot and '
_. ____ Boot Register, wit 4.40 Crabbe
l foxes 400 Ceo.: A. Gardiner case S. Richardson. 2.6 published an alleged letter
ft. B. Denmark, execution W.ll Moore 10.0a. 0 : R. Denmark. do ____ 81.80Evelina from the Mexican, telling about the
B. and
Denmark serving reg petitbry
Rfehardson, .
do wit :tOo
____ 8Ui <.ra Hamilton do ..,.J.-r.- 2.0i arrangements being made for the not-
Bww Co.. typewriter ribbon %.08 Patsy ______
Hamilton do
CIty Electric Co., lights ____ 1.8D Y 2.0i able event, and the other two papersbed
W. T. Weeks cost ct et S. Richardson .:1; Second Door East of Postbffice STARKE FLORIDA
.'i L. Warren... phone court bW. ___ 1.00 q R. nenmark. do ____ .60 scouts looking for the Mexican's ,
_
T. P. iaqocet Mole) Weeksi a.oo
n W. T. Reaves j Ernest Jones. SBT. I !
'B. Dowllav do -__ -, ,4.66 R. Dowling. do p _cue_ 155 advance agent, in order to capture ,

4 L Kobert W, Johnson Johnson to wit____. 1.1.00 00 Tom A. J. Lanrford Lmy cord,, w do 4__. ._-'-_.____ l.Ji 1.3i advertisements and printing of hand.bills.

Walter Fasbaw' daB. 1.00 'oland Thomas, juror ......_._ 1.30 .
:L. Gnten. wl i.s.ucst: John King 1.00 '
t ; J. L. Batten do .... 1.0w 0 R.H. M.* Reaves Thomas do do.:_________ 1.10 1.30 But a,week before the day for the 4t
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KM., J. Epperson, do ?- __ 1.00 W. M. Carehle, fa ___.__ 1.:0: event the Record editor told his readers

11 T W. Padgett.Raifcrd. juror do ______-, 1.00 1.00 H.J.,.JM. Dubose.Pinkston.do do________,._ 1.10 1.10 that the whole thinks was a hoax.It .
I J. ________
Townsend do 1.00
f. yea A. Gardiner case T. R Cano'a2.711 was all taken in good part, and not oll'f destrOJJ Ihe Sa A
A, A. Johns, do L0g 0 _____ _
.j E. Byrd. do 1.0E 0 Ben "Green wit ____ ... 1.25 before then everybody remembered
,.J. Wainrteht.! do _______ 2.:3t J. H. Sedgv-lck. do .
; L.M.Colson Carlisle w.t, juror wqueat Moley Week_ 1.10 1.10 W. T. Wrels cost et et T. R. Canova1.52 1.10 that, while the country between Orlando la the tjfjfert to take care of the many dan udS' on tfce'FAit4 wKw
-. 'and Thomaa, do __ .1.10 Ceo.*, B.A.Denmark. do.case_Alex_.. Jordan__ 16.75 5.78 and Winter Park is the most refrain from vfittidrmtfruj tjour8mk ac uut. It has taken timt ana e-
......... t
1't; J. Langford. do 1.10if AbnetU picturesque in Florida, there was nota
Richardson wit ___. ?.25 ccnotmj to build them up. Ucnt ctfemwthirw to tjcntnsdf ihif fu&KULS
K, S.
Hmkaton do 1.20 :
si t' ..,..A. Thomas do ____ ,_ 1.10tk Ella Will Jennings Qaillion., do do ___..l'_._. .__ 2 2.25.25 single spot where'a bull fight could -bear that in tmtid./ Doht destroy j "mrnabU'"cf IKiri/t. Jfeotit wu'ilh
.Cameron inquest E. Ilinea 11.00i'
4. Baxter do ___ 2.25 be held. Cleat-egg anytt a.l'
1T.G. Seals j p 3.10 ___
Tlax Williams do ____
If A. Durdea. juror .. 1.6M. 0 *. T. Mizell. do ________ 225 2.25 The Reporter was also a daily and l

. 'Phillips Youngblood.do doT" .., ...fl-..- 1.lD 1.10 tamer Mcnsrtr do __..___..__.. 2.25 had, like the Record, a very enterprising t '< J. G. Green do _______n__.. 1.80 .
MulIdydodo 1.6 0 Ceo. A. Gardiner ease Chas. Wilks_ S.42 reporter. The two combed out ev
1., Beck' do _: .- UO 0 c;. B. Denmark do __._..__ 12.15 ery bit of news that the town afforded jpu for the gRlartot (Hirfe!ma$ nVr
C. J. Shaw wt _________.
.1; H. Redding, manager diit 1 ..00'f Charley Edwards do ? ,J.OO b so and closely watched each other.During lll & a coming juar of prwpcrih) health-
_
J. S. Andrew do u .____-.-.-.-...- 2.00.v John Denmark, do _________ 3.20
J/.B.;H. Parse McCulley.clerk doG __ %.OO.00 D. W. Alvarez, juror ____ 1.00 the summer '93 news became an b bappinu.$;
J. J. Rifrdo'U
{t M. Richard manager del box dist 2 UO J. R. Mott. do do____. 1.00 1.00 very scarce. But what's the matter
t. jQlhnr Dekle. manager dot 2 __ 2..OO ___ with ? The Record _
K B. Dees do manufacturing some
1.00 =
E. M. ... I IJ
Dowline. oo %.00L.
-r.J. ? U I. Smith, do ...._ .._ t_ 1.00 .
,D. went to Mr. Crabbe and asked
Cobb clerk : %.00 B. C. ___ man
Scarborough, do ,__ 1.00
H. C. Croft clerk and del box diat S_ 7.00 5. B. Denmark. ease Hard Nelium K.ROuielena him if he would run another hoax.
Henry Williams, mgr cHat I __.__ ::.00 Caso wit __..-_... iii: pin
James Clemont. Jr. do __. .OO tames Cason. do _- 1.50 The answer was, "Yes, if you thinkyou

G.JCahn.W.D.Lewis Fens, mil, do dst:_S __ __ 200i %.00 Carte Ceo. A.Wade do ____ 1.00 are able to follow it up" ,-rltt ;
Gardiner case S. Price 2.61
W.J.V.L.Edwards Wall clerk do __dist_-6 1__ _, !4.00.OO J.S. B.B. Denmark. do ._______-._ C.40 In the next day's Record appeareda

JL: W. Andrew Jr.. mgr 4.00 F. T. Sapp wit. 1.00 long and detailed account of how
H. 0.' Daniel do _._____. 4.00 Norman do 1.60 _,
u
a G. C. Uringvtoa do __'?__ 4.00 S.W. B.T. Weeks cost et et S. Price __ ..76 "Mr. J. Q. Martin, a guest of the
Denmark do _
2 .. Cameron dept ibenff dist 'I'_. !.OO <5 B. Op-nw-k. rue T. D. Davb 2.40.so Magnolia Hotel, had given the reporter right and the Washington scientist .

G r J A.. M.M.Ails Williams da,.mgr. dial 7 :2.00!.OO Mrs.B. B. B. Hopson wit _.-. ___ 1.00 an account of his reaching the wrong. To this fetter the scientist replied
B.
} T. J. Beck clerk ______ .00 M. Cameron.Hopson.ease do -Allen High ',65 i.iw "Florida Volcano" and what he had in a half-hearted manner, could AN4. LIGHTNING EXPRESS
K. S. Denmark, d s diet 8 -, ..._._ 2.00 Tnm wtinikal ,
'H F. Gaskina. clerk dist 8 %.00 Ed Williams: do wit_,_,_. 1.00 1.00 found. (This place in situated in an not, of course, entirely refute the deductions ..
.1. C. Jones. mgr dist a ___ %.00 ___ -
"W. C Whitten do .00 Dave W. C.Willams.Seals, do James_______ 1.00 impenetrable swamp in Wakulla of se learned a personage as -- -J} bWERYO
cue Msreke SKS!
H. T. Ritch. Jr. miff else and del box S 1i.20 M.. Czmeron. do ____ S.B5 county, the smoke from it had been "Professor von Schloss," but he held r $d I -- -
I. S. Brown i --=
JUt' elect dint 9 %.00'R. .t
T rrfrre. ______ -
A. B ree, mgr elect diat t .___ 8.60 M. ranvron, do wit_ 1.00 seen for a hundred years, but no one to his old assertion that "Mr. Martin"was ':: -
1.0(1 : :r: -
J. Cox mgr elee and rent bouae a 3.00 W. T. Weeks cost ct: et do .76 had been able to reach the place, given to spinning yarns.A _
D. .
Dukes
w. mgr dist t 2.00
q. R. '
,a x. BauD d 1 flee dint II ___ SOO J. n.. Sapp n"marlt.case dt Silas Kite"____ 6.40.Fn though the New York Herald had a leter from a learned professor ofa

Js GL B.W.DowlinR.Ba ldD.d d a rent a dist house 6 dist 2 ..' 8.25 S.OO 7.Chaa.')n Jfnnn George wit do __-____ 1.00. standing reward of $1,000 for such a noted university in California asked f! ORDER TODAY

W. O. Brooks rent boose dist 4 1.00 Jake Crosby, do _' i 1.00 on feat). The reporter of the rival dai- for further particulars about a certain n

u A, M.C. Smith Cay. do mgr diset 4 :2.00 2.00 Mathews n. W. Geonre.Croeby do, _do ________ 1.00 ly, anxious to "save the pieces," pricked !. botanical curiosity that "Mr. '' .

,- John B. J. Harden W. O tHn.mgr do elee._del, box dist 4 6.70 2.00 R.K. B B... Johns Brooks do do_ 1.00 1.00 up his ears and asked the clerk of Martin" had found in the swamp, but rr GET IT TOMORROW
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C.' A. Roberts. 1 da signing scrip and E. L. Crawford, do 1.00 the Magnolia to let him see "Mr. the latter's address was not known !
f leare. _..... 1.00
1I 7.40 ..
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Stm Johns, pauper for teat 4.00 Moore, Baisden. death: guard Will 38.00 Martin. The clerk said no such person just then and further elucidation

Total' __._......-.. ..--.. In.S2 W.a>thnr G. Alval'l'\do-_-_ 4.61 had been there, yet his name was could not be given. THAT'S THE WAY WE SHIP ;
Road and Biiig Fand. M. Ce-w-Ton. do _Fran Wim jns. 9 \" found on the register, and that set- The Times-Union reprinted the
James Reynolds board convicts and A. A. Durden .,_.. 9.05 it. No excuses or days of waiting when order from us, as we
guards etc .............. .. 267.50 M. Cameron ,do.wit -_. .__ 1.00 tled (Of course, the Record reporter volcano story and from it it was cop- you

Ji6re. Reynolds, do 11.50 John Pal de _?____.Li___ 1.00 1.00 had not written. it). Well, Mr. ied by the New York and Chicago papers ,positively ship the day order is received. fi..J

.. lama James Reynolds Reynolds,supplies release for*f.convicts-. convict' (.45 n J..'\r(,. Jn Alvares.f'l. euket shoes etc and for suit Well for Moore Will =36.65 Martin was gone and the caller could Then the papers 'of. the other NEVER IN YOUR LIFE J.('

C Viewers __ ioU Moore ___. further about this cities "
get circulated '
no particulars it. Next it
1000 was reproduced
Jimes Reynold*. ,zvwe of convict: ; c. P,,,"'.PIt. ease Rob-Andrews _' 10.50 have you been offered such LOW PRICES on strictly high gra4e100 .
.
,r & 315 J. W. Hamilton do wit S.RO remarkable achievement and the Record though in a garbled way,

Jimes W. JohaOD Reynolds .rekase of convict 3.15Jamee Tom J. .MePannie.I\c>uvlua. do. do__- ._,?__ 3.50 had the monopoly of the story.A by .the ready prints concerns, until] PROOF STRAIGHT ;

t H. ClemonsJ Reynolds, release of convict- :,no. K. Stephens do -_ 350 3.60 week later a letter reached Mr. the story reached, probably, every WHISKEY, CORN OR GIN. Take your choice. Straight or,; ; .
3.15 .eo. A. Gardiner ease J. C Williams. 2.20 Crabbe from a scientist connected hamlet in the "
nw* Rfynolds. rekase of convict S. B. Denmark do country. So far as Assorted Packages.
H. Robinson _AJracs ........... 3.15 Dce-I White. wit ___? 2ts 22 with the general land office in Washington known, the Washington the -
Reynolds, release of convict S. T:. Johns do ___....___ 1.00 man was Full Measure'Full Proof Quality Guaranteed4Qts. .!;
A. Watenon 3.15 w. G Seals j o case Dave Wllluuns- S 'Ii broadly hinting that r.Martin'l' only pcripn who doubted the genuine *"
.
T. B. Rosier, lumber and repairing M. Cameron 8 Qts., 12 Qts. 1 Gal. 2 GaL, 3 GaL
bridge .__.__: ._____ 3.00 *. }. Dnrien.wit L0 o had been inspired by the ness, alliedlg outsiders; among Orlan-
JL,O. Strickland, ...,para bridge & cut. M. Cameron do _________ 1.00 father of lies; that he (the scientist) doites; :Mr. J. 0. Fries, county surveyor $2.85 $5.40 $7,50 .$2.70 ,$4.90 $7.00
; I tine OUt lOg n..TT.-mr-.L.L 1.EO 'V. T. Weeks cost cyst do __._ '
4"... R. S. Humphrey, reparg bridge 16.20 !\. B. Denmark do. _.__. .7S had himself been in the swamp for seemed to be the only doubter. EXPRESS PREPAIDWe ,1
;>atIId Kite. gen read work 1J5 "...., A. Gardiner case Charley Lee 3.70. three weeks, but had been unalllo But the day of the small hoaxss is
l, "SUrVe Irmbrr Co. lumber -..- 117 S. R. Denmark, d. 1.20 a full line of all kinds of liquors. Write AT com ltt* situ ,.
I">, J.. W. Prevatt. gen road work ___ 3.00 Rachel Taylor, wit _-_.,-,._._._ 1.10 reach the place, although be hjLcT80teral past. Now it is only' big';ones, like carry

,, lAt lumber Parrish._.__.repairing bridge and .3.00 M."nll"E. Vattov.Fall ,do da.__J__ __,__._'_ 1.10 1.10 :men along' ; that it is'a bon& de the accounts of .the discovery of the THE JOSEPH ZAPF COMPANY !
: Jack Harris ditch ng ZK '. K. volcano and \idbeen'stat
Keller juror 1.00 : not burning muck/ei North Pole that are published be-
T. 2 4a staking road '' '
; & Dowling.
Crttchneld
a do .
i 1L. T. Thomas cutting out log'_.__ 8.00U ':t. M. ChasUin. da _-. ,__ 1.00 LOO d, etc This was refuted one sides the accounts by the Europeanwar P. 0. BOX 188 623 W. BAY. ST, JACKSONVILLE..: LAi
: Malt Dowli... 8 stumps and bal road 1. 0. tronK'. do _... I. week __ _
.' work _.*...-:.:.:_.__._._._..:.__...*_JStT. .oo I. J. Sileox. do _,_,.-_ ,,/. LOO later' by, "Mr.; Martin" himself, correspondents. -- _-!!:
j Dowling. release convicts and in- W. Green. ** -.__.-.-_-_'--__-._- 1.00 1.00 who had read the published letter atTampa. OLD.TIMER. \0 0
'. d&.ntaJa _.,.. ._ ____I K65r J.' L, Warren 1-1 phone reliC : : wM
jail 1.00 : Next 'fake'leter from ... OliltOi
.. ,.W. Mug lumber :. 418 JL.L'.Wure.. W phone relit jail "_ 1.00 ]; ,a : "Herr RUB-MY-TISM
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..'W. Mann Inmhef for pea-- 5.77telrWy von Schloss,** an7: alleged learnedGerman How Ti CUre Qafasine to .OUUren.PM ,
Lumber Co.. lumber __.,_. S8..0 Total: '
... Will
: '. ._-8earboroush,'.looker ....._ 1UOi -. : ':; plan; ..professor','waa published,:b' the ,FU&1Ltxlt 4 the trade.mu t same gives to an curt your Rheumatism
O.>A. Xubertt. inapt roads '- .-.- ,1.00' there' untold j ' imptOedQninne: It 11,_Tu IIna Imp,pJe. Neuralgia Headaches ,, Cramps;' ,
. 1' Co'A. RoWrts. ftku convict, Pearl .an :;wealth ]locke4: n p R9. OnL..Tha'< had not: been .sat Is tab U4 don aol dia.Iu1 the fIo-h. ,
: vnttt .:i, -- '!3. hi'the'long winter everunaa.nomentsaheaa andod4 b .$o.nsac> AIIO
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Cv'*. RoUrts. release warkt. E.:FeN *&/ to Multi w c uM Burn :Old'Sores Stings of InseciEtc. lIRS"K
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... I.U : 'A-Cffft. g p" serya Wr ..kevamp,:aa8frp".c QIIt.i. Doe.sibs eutrf a.to : 1
PS *, ,0., w..... II cia v.th: "eooyicta'_ 16.. $ ,
tl C. A. Roberta rekaa scans' James. : .:lI.l I I9 r *. =fn5rfrtii? &t:
;. of"4 ; fernaHy and extend: Price 25c.
!J."t rtllUm-- _.:_- '_'_ -*_--'i4'i. '',.' Vol cJ a..* ",'" t z.i ; t deducted that "Mr. ,. iSgnF'Jnggt!btijy1u .'1I_, t i.W8ri us.SSrS S_ ? .-Jtdd.the'TeJernP 1.50 a 1
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THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. -0

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KILLING HOGS
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CURINO-
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: WHOLESALE HOUSE IN THE 'SOUTH ;,
enVn THE JARGFST .CAPITAL
lfi RECT.FROIL : I ,', ,. '$200,000.00 PORK. < ,
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: Here 'in south.r Alabama we have to

OFFERINGS be governed' by the weather in tog'

i OLIDAY killing for we sometimes have'two $r' a

: c three weeks ;without much frost 'and .

with no ice in mid-winter. When oto .


t ..' ; SAFETY FIRST:...When you order from Blum you get just what you want and at hogs enough the are. we fat generally and the kill weather by striking cold

on
'forehead with; an axe, then .

f : .the right price. POSITIVELY! Y GUARANTEE. OUR GOODS TO' GIVE' ENTIRE .":: "" ,' handiest bleeding.thing A 22-caliber going if you rifle have is uses the t


$;f,i" i SATISFACTION_ OR REFUND YOUR MONEY. : : : : : It much kills blood-shot the hogs meat.without. making- se


.. ...... ... ... ... . , After the hog has bled well .
& -
f. -' : & & &. -A "" "" "'A.----v"' "" VV..A..yVV. A VVVVVVVV. A-A V. A. . . A. & & & &. : % we are J j
ready for scalding. As
most of us,
l- OUR SPECUL BIG XMAS'ASSORTMENT.. : BOTTLED IN BOND i have no thermometers we find a good:
BLENDS
PREPAID. 4Qts 8Qts 12 Qts -EXPRESS PREPAID. 4 Qts 8 Qts 12 Qts plan to temper: our scalding. water V- y

j: i Cabinet-EXPRESS__.___.'.__r____.__--- $2.50.$4.75 $7.00 Four bottles are packed in nice Willow Basket that Three Friends. --______._____ $3.50 $6.25 10.00 "1 just right as follows: Have your boiler '

Sheridan ClubBakers' __------- 2.75 5.50 8.00 : is useful in many ways the year 'round. The price Blum's Monogram ___________- 4.00 7.75 11.004 holding twelve to jffteen gallons
3.00 5.75 8.00 Sunny Brook ________ 5.00 wader: boiling hot, thn"t poor into a
XXXX ______----- for the quality of goods is certainly low. -------- 9.00 13.00 '

Glen .___________- 3.20 6.40 9.00 ; .. Old Jordan --------_________ 5.00 9.00 13.00 the scalding bairel. If you.have on '
Sylvan
'Flowers of Kentucky ._..----_ 3.50 7.00 10.50 Bond & Lollard ?_-........._ 5.00 9.00 13.00 ly one hog to.scald add two gallonsof

I : Red Label ________ 4.00 7.75 .11,00Hurray's ...; *' .fi> Old Me. BrayerFleischmans' ------________ 5.00 9.00 13.00 cold water, but if you have two .

\ Blum's Monogram _________ 4.00 7.75 11.00 ; 1111< 1 1 1U11111U ..: Rye ------______ 5.00 9.00 13.00 that you wish to scald in the same

Lewis 66" ..-____________- 5.00 9.00 12.00 ,1'1' ,\' \\\111 u ; fi.: Old Quaker Straight Whiskey._ 5.00 I 9.00 13.00 water add only one gallon of cold water -

Old 92STRAIGHT_________--;.---6.00 11.00', 15.00' 1.1 ( t"' 11111 r = ...:: -EXPRESS GINS PREPAID. 4Qts I 8Qts 12Qts f will, scald be hot the enough first hog to scald quickly the. setond and- Fit

WHISKIES
r Qts 8 Qts 12 Qts .r .., Easy Money Tom Gin ---_____- 2.50 I 4.757,00 one all right. *1
PREPAID.
_Canadian EXPRESS White Rye _______ 2.50 '4.75 '1.00McGuf1ies' .: Swan Gin (Type) -------_____ 2.50 I 4.75 7.00 After the Logjis\ scalded and hungup
if it has been in a dusty muddy
or -
Malt _._,--------- 3.00 5.75 .8.50 t : June Bug GinSup'r ------------__- 2.75 5.50 8.00 ;
z 100 Proof ______. 3.00 6.00 8.50'Ind' % .+ 'al (0., Gin. (HolL Type) 100 pf.| 3.00 4 5.75 8.00 pen and the silt; is not as white as
$ RP would like
4.00' 7.75 11.00 l you y<}u can dip a handfulof
.Blum's Monogram __- -- ME BRANDIES-EXPRESS PREPAID. 2
9.00 12.00 i fiJ corn husks in hot water and wash
.Monticello __??_?_- 5.00 15.00 Na .. A Good Peach or Apple.Brandy, 1 GaL or 4 Qts $2.50 the hog. This'beats any cloth. *
v Old Ripley 14 Years Old ..--_ 6.0_ .: A Splendid Peach or Apple
:_ Brandy, 1 GaL or 4 Qts 3.00 If you do& ot understand butcher .

i 'CORN WHISKIES ., Straight 100 Proof Peach or Apple Brandy, 1 Gal- ing, have an old hand to help you after

,, -EXPRESS PREPAID. 4 Qts 8 Qts, 12 Qts i' t'i ..,, lon or 4 Quarts --------____?____..._____-_ 4.00 the hog is hung. After the hog is

Cabin Corn _________: ______ 2.50. 4.75 7.00 % ., RUM-EXPRESS PREPAID. cleansed and rinsed out, take t>pe

If i Black and Blue Corn __----- 3.00 5.75 8.00 t' \ I i : 1 Gallon or 4 Quarts New England Rum i_______ $2.50 meat to a large table and cat up.
Blum's ioo Proof Corn ______ 3.00 5.75 8.00 : P : II' Gal. or 4 Qts.'Best 100 Proof New England Rum 3.00 Separate the ham from the loin piece'

; Pure N. C. Style (White' ) ---- 3.00 I 5.75 8.00 > 1 Gallon or 4 Quarts Jamacia Type ______________ 3.00 next to tEe lack; and knock off the

.Harvest Corn .____;-______ 3.50 6.75 10.00 : ) Imported Rums.St. end of the bam bane with a hatchet,

WINE LIST. Croix, Per Bottle ---_-___________________ $1.50 down around the bone as far as the

'. Our stock,, of Domestic and Imported Wines is not Key'Rum, Per Bottle ---_______________________ 1.50 first joint if possible. I salt my meat

IA'' equalled by any house in the South. We prepay the ex 1 Quart Indian Bill 100 Percent. Whiskey_ $ .75 1 Gallon of Best Imported Jamacia Rum _________ 5.00 and pack in barrel; while yet warm

press charges on'four or more bottles of any one kind or <>. IMPORTED WINES-EXPRESS PREPAID. so the salt wil strike through 'quick

will assort to suit the purchaser. '* 1 Quart Black and ,Blue Corn ______________" .75 4 Bottles 8 Bottles 12 Bottles ly. I let theme:',t lie n the barrel l

: CALIFORNIA WINES IN BOTTLES., 1 Quart Fine Apricot Cordial ______________, .75 !: Don Carlos Port ---------____ $4.00 I $7.75 $11.00 from nine to :twenty-one: days.! The I

Best California Port, Sherry, Tokay Angelica, Catawba 1 Quart Fine Port Wine __________________ .75 Famoso Sherry -------_______ 3.50.1 7.00 10.50 sooner we have told weather after

:Type or Claret. Take your choice straight or assorted: j) Don Carlos Sherry ----------- 4.00 7.75 11.00 Z the ninth day thejbetter; : I like it. J.

.4 Bottles, $150 8 Bottle, $175 12 Bottles, $7.00 $3.00) Amontatillado --------__:____-- 6.00 I 11.75 17.00 dip meat in warp water to remove

Best California Port, Sherry, Tokay, Angelica, Catawba Best imported Port or Sherry, $5.00 Per Gallon. salt, then hang and smoke with green

I (Ohio. Type), ,Claret or' Riesling Take your choice, Packed in Willow Basket. Express PrepaidThis BEST. CALIFORNIA BULK \\lNES-Express Prepaid. hickory.. When dry wrap with papers -

straight or assorted: : Pure California Port, Sherry and store] in ,a cool, dry place. :.
Tokay Angelica
is big value and Catawba
a selling fast. If want 'I :
,4.4: Bottles, $3.00 8 Bottles, $5.75 12 Bottles: $8.50 \ you 1 Gallon, $2.25; 2 Gallons, $4.00; 3 Gallons 550. If you ant: sor thing delicious in
wine listed write one,.send your order at once. Our supply is limited, : this.'\
,: If you do not see your particular us Pure California Claret: 1 Gallon, $1.25; 2 Gallons, $2.00 sausage try Take. two poundsof
;! 'for it: We have it. first come, first served. 3 Gallons, $2.75. ; lean meat,; beef or pork, to one

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r :.' or,large. No delay, you receive your order by first express the middlings.lean meat Grind from) the all shoulders together and and


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: CHARLES .BL'UM'C.OMPAN.Y tong DiltanceJ of black or redf pepper! seven of powdered -

: ; W.' Bay St Phone 188 sage and.fivF of Salt. .Stuff Into -

fi ; : 'Established 30,Years'Ago Postoffice Box'584 r- Jacksonville casing !and hang up to dry by sm? -
Florida ing. I prefer hickory for smoking
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!' EDUCATIONAL JOURNEY.. SEED CORN. ...OTlCE.ID Judge of-the said eenrt. and the seal thereofat to smoke the peat we sometimes
tl circuit court. Bradford county Florida.In Jacksonville, in said district, on the 6th -i make it into bells and fry it, packing ,
TO JACKSONVILLE chancery. day of "
December A.-D.
i Seed corn maybe graded better before In the matter of the re-establiahing of a I E. D.1914.DODGE, Clerk.. : COFFINS, CASKETSAnd I: away in small jars and covering,witk
,
deed from J. W. Keene and LeoM Keene. to | A true copy.NOTICE I lard. When
Sixty-Seven' Bradford Men the ears are shelled than after Annie Keene. a Full Line ofUndertakers' I lard. Keep ceured; with :
To all persona interested: TO DEBTORS AND CREDITORS. Supplies wanted for use: all f Jt needs is a little E'
11i: Go' Up The HiIIThen wards. The departm nt'a.specialists, You are hereby notified that'a petition wu Notice is hereby given that all creditors, : heating. This does injure the lard
in '.investigations consider it dif- filed in said circuit court by Annie Elixaon legatees, dietrib tees and all persons having Always on hand. The :pot
i Down Again. and G. S. Elixson her hllli"Dd..whereby they claims or demands against the estate of D. beetnrrioe > for ordinary oars .
M> ,, ficult to' grade. shelled corn satisfac alleged CDs ton the -day ofA.. D. 1909. 3. Wheeler. late of Bradford County. Florida, at the lowest prices. Special bid -
torily. J, W. Keene and Leona Keene executed and Vreased. are hereby required to present the 'I attention to To render the take the baf
&I No lea'.than sixty-seven'good men delivered a warranty deed to Annie Keene same duly authenticated to the undersigned Telegraph Orders. ; lard and the tri/nmings from the mid
If the ..seed'ears vary greatly as to now Annie Elix oa. conveying the west half will be held in bar thereto, and all persona in- I
jjL and true of Bradford county, il be held in bar hereto, with the fat: of the jowlsto
were size off kernel of southeast Quarter of southwest quarter. in and all persons in- : Registered i dlings ;part
they should be bted: Embalmer
separated to said estate are required to their
1 arrested section pay
litely the United twenty-three township five with
by Statesmarshal into range said debts to the administrator forthwith. the meat black'and a sharp "
two or three grad 'accord- eighteen containing -
f for this district on the charge e 'to less in Bradford county twenty F orida acres, that more Annie or D. W. MANNING i I hatchet chop fi> e. The finer it is ,the
ing size of Administrator S.
kernel These of the
estate of
I of selling' whiskey and 'were before grades Elixson then Annie Keene delivered said deed deceased. D. Wheeler DcWlTT C. JONES i i iI quicker it will render. Rinse through
should be shelled separately tested to J. J. Keene her father for safekeeping ,168t. e
t the United States court at Jackson- in the that, J. J. Keene died during January 1914 ; I Succosotto G C Mon & Co. U I three warm waters. We do not put
f villa last week. 1 That is, they'went corn planter, and'numbered to that said deed baa.been lost'without knowledge water in tie boiler kettle
or
to. correspond with the number on the upon their part; that a copy tl ereof NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED 1'1. Starke, 'Fla. I any
.? Jacksonville with that'expeetation.. attached to said petition is a true copy thereof i UNDER SECTION OF CHAPTER I where it is rendered as there will be .|
planter plates that are found to dropthem' ; that J. W. Keene, Leona Keene Elizabeth I 4888. LAWS OF FLORIDA. .
1: But though considerable dissatkfac- adhere to tie lard if jlipI +
most, uniformly. These arrangements Keene and L: 1.' Watt: and such yeti Notice is hereby given that G. W. Alderman _. enough .you
;{ Lion was felt among'them1 arrest tioners are the only persons known to them 1 purchaser of tax certificate No. 41, dated purchaser of tax certificate No.63., -- it out with yow:;hnds. me less water -
be the 1st day of July A .D. dated the
can before 1912,
.completed has filed '
without who are interested for or against the I 6th day of
re-es- Jane
cause, and expenses incurred the tabliahment of said said certificate in my office and has made application A. D. 4910 has filed said there 19 the juicker( it will finish.
rush of deed. and eert'ficate in
they
work that
spring begins. pray my office and has
that rainy of them could well,af- such of said for tax deed to issue in accordance made appli : soda
y. not The copy deed be re-established as and I with law. Said cation for tax deed to issue in accordance Put one scanty teaspoonful of
3*" ford ,they .were''in. consoled first' operation in properly shelling for the original thereof; that Elizabeth i described certificate embraces the following I with law. Said certificate embraces the fol
: part by Keene is prop-ty situated in Brad-' to every six gallons'of fat. This will
seed corn is.the removal of tha now residing upon said land; that t I 'ord county. Florida twit I lowing described property situated -in Brad
: the fact th Von arrival the court i small kernels J. W. Keene and Leona Keene executed I1 Lots 4 and 5 of blot 13: in Newsom's ad ford county Florida, to-wit make the fat fry out faster. Stud
would take no notice of them whatevs from the tips of the mortgage covering said land November 26 dition to Lake Butler ruction SO, Township Southwest quarter of northeast quarter an with long-hand1ed'cedar
1913, to L. L. Witt east half of northwest a or cypress
: ears and the round thick kernels off without authority. 5, south range 20 east. r quarter and northeast
er; even.the marshal treated them as Each of you are further notified to appear I The said land being anessed at the date of quarter of southwest quarter and west half of paddle. Stir often till all the wateris
the butts. The former are less productive in said circuit court aforesaid, at Starke I .he issuance of such southeast quarter of section five, township
strangers and certificate in the
they .were told to name cooked out then all the time till =
six
go than the other kernels of the Florida on the first day of February A. D. .f Unknown. Unless saN certificate shall be south range twenty-two east, containing ,
| "wherever' they blame please as far as 1915. then and there to show cause if any you redeemed according to la*. tax deed will isue :240 acres. the cracklings area dark golden s
Inde Sam *- ear. The round butt .kernels are as have why such copy of said deed should not thereon on the 14th My of December A. The said land beng: assessed at the date of
".. was concerned. be J'e.6tablished.Witnfss X 1914. the issuance of such certificate in the name brown. Strain trough,.a thin clo& r
/(Only,two;Joe and Ernest Souther- productive. as the other'kernels, but the Honorable Jas. T. Wills Judge; Witness my official signature and seal this of be A. H. Green. Unless said certificate shall into the cans. The faster you cook it ;
.land 'were do not plant uniformly in a planter W. T. Weeks. Clerk and the seal of said cir she, 11th day of November. A. D. 1914. redeemed according to law tax deed will
L t honored with some sort of cuit courtt|this the 9th day of December A. W. T. WEEKS issue thereon on the 28th day of December the better, just so the flames do not
;fi h irag.- 'They were. brought*bej Shelling seed corn carefully by D. 1914. Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla. A.Witness D. 1914. reach to the top Qf the boiler as this
hand is profitable. The the W. T .WEEKS. By R. A. WEEKS my official signature and seal this
greater
j for toe grand jury on the charge of I (Seal). Clerk Circuit: Court. 11-13-51. Deputy 'Clerk. the 23rd day of November. A. D. 1914. will cause the lard to scorch.MR. D.
acreage planted the greater the profit A. Z. ADKINS. W. T. WEEKS
whiskey. They had 1 brought Into Attorney for Petitioners. SHERIFF'S SALE. Clerk Circuit Court, Bradford County Fla. Gipson, in Southern Agriculturist
t;leipparafus. along in a.gunny sack, I:I'i shallow pan or box'eachear I 12-11-41. Notice is hereby given that I. S. B. Denmark (Seal). 11-27-St \.
tt 'le ded guilty and showed the should be shelled separately,' rejecting Sheriff of Bradford county Florida, un Mrs. McCIaia's Esperienee With the
der and by virtue of that certain writ of
:jetora'how .they made their booze any worm-eaten or blemished I NOTICE OF GUARDIAN'S SALE. issued out of and under the seal execution of- TRY THIS FOR NEURALGIA. Croup '
i" :ernefs. If the Thirty days after date. hereof. I will apply the circuit court of Bradford Thousands
from county Florida of
For supply
.;" ; soma reason, probably because one ear to the Hon. Geo. A. Gardiner county against E. H. Douglass and in favor of- people keep on suf- "When my boy-Ery was small he
st1b. process appeared too slow to some appears good and contains no poorkernels judge of Bradford county. Florida; for an or Joe Rosenheim Shoe Company. a corporation fering with neuralgia because they was subject to crony, and I was. always .
;othhe' it is poured into the general der to sell at private sale the following de I on and dated December 2, 1914 w'll offer for don't know what to do for it. Neuralgia alarmed at such times. Cham '
,; { jurors both were discharged, scribed lands situate in Bradford county Floe sale and will sell to the highest and best bid
ry P"en without the warning to not doci'r. supply and another ear shelled in the described ida belonging to Alphonso Jones minor and der therefor for cash at the court house door; is a pain in the nerves. What berlain's Cough Remedy proved far
as follows to-wit: I in the town of Starke Bradford Flor
}... 10 anymore. same. way. Commencing two chains and twenty-five ida, on Monday the 4th day of January.county 1915 you want to do is to soothe the nerves better thansny other for this trou

? :' Why,Uncle Sam should have corn quarter links north of section of northwest twenty-four corner township of northeast five, I daring the same the being legal legal hours sale of sale day,of the said following court, itself. Apply Sloan's Liniment to the ble. It always relieved him quidriy. ..T >.

/, : I pelted all these good' Bradford coun BEWARE OF GREEKS BEAR- south range twenty east and run east seven described real estate situated in Bradford surface over the painful part-do not I am never without it in the house ff-.tf q

l' ': ..nieqto i. "go'to Jacksonville, is not ING GIFTS. chains A. C. and L. right twenty-four of way.links Then to south along side said of county Southwest Florida quarter to-wit of southeast quarter and rub it in. Sloan's Liniment penetrates for I know it is a positive cure for it
:t- ..dt3r V areas'it is one of the govern right of way eight chains and twenty-five northeast quarter of southeast quarter of sec very quickly to the sore, irritated croup," writes Mrs. W. R. MeClean, /'Yflt ,..
: l links then south tion ten and west half of the west half of
J'ment'.new-fangled'modes of impart The Clearwater Sun warns the people six degrees east five at chains a variation and eleven of twenty-links south west quarter of section eleven (11), all nerve and allays the inflamation. Geta Blairsville, Pa. For tale by all deal'lJi

lag the information that is sure to be of Florida against the representatives then east five chains. risen south thirty chains in hundred township and s'x twenty(6), (120)range eighteen, (18)). one bottle of Sloan's Liniment for '25 ers j
then west acres more or less
twenty-two chains
.1 gained! ;through traveL Or, as the of papers in St. Louis, Chicago 1'nks then north thirty chains and to place twenty-four of be I S. B. DENMARK. cents of any druggist and have it in UTILE j.

!'t ; government'is'all the time becoming and New York soliciting write- ginning being in northwest Quarter of north I A. Z. ADKINS.Sheriff Bradford county, Fla. the house-against colds, sore and DEATH OF GIRL ...
more'paternal page east quarter and north half of southwest Plaintiff's attorney swollen joints, lumbago sciatica Little Mary, 9-year old daughter, of k'
," perhaps it wanted to ups of the various communities of the quarter of northeast quarter of section twen 12-4-61. and
iJ; .fnaure a Christmas drink for such of state at $500,per page. The Sun denounces east ty-four township five south range twenty like ailments. Your money back is Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Coleman, who live ..
1 nl.of the MASTER'S SALE. not satisfied but 1 three miles east of Starke on the
: .. Florida pine woods it as a waste of J. B. DOWLING. Notice is it does give almost V
money and hereby given that under and
: ; Qho'liked it.and I it. was sure' to 'be concludes: IMl-Et Guardian for Said Micro virtue of that certain final decree of foreclosure by instant relief. (2)) (Green Cove road, died early Tuesday
i 4 lad in Jacksonville.W "When wffl made and rendered the 28th day of November morning, December IJjth, of appen-
:. Florida learn that these A. D. 1914 by the judge of the circuit
Y"' papers have no love PETITION FOR FINAL DISCHARGE court of the Eighth Judicial Circuit of AN IMPORTANT INDUSTRY. 1i dicitis. The departed \fas a good and
for '
U.
Florida-they S. District Court Southern district: of Florida, in chancery in favor of J. B. Whitehead child and with .
DISORDERS i intelligent a favorite
?r--<> FROM LIVER are after Florida dollars.: Such Florida. and W. M. Redding, complainants and
r' arable rep In the matter of H. T.'Dowling. bankrupt '1 against J. F. White and F. B. Noble. tnu- It is said that statistics will show all. The many friends'of the parents
You Just a\ Odds With Yourself? papers..as Country Gentleman, No. ,1215. 1 tee. defendants, the undersigned will offer for that three-fourths of the Fuller's with them in their.be-
4 'De Yea Saturday Evening Post In the matter petition for final discharge. sale at the White Mill four miles northwest sympathize
Regulate
< 'i7tf UvingT Munsey's, I On this the 6th of Lawtey. Florida, I earth
day of December. A. D. during the legal hours of produced in the United States reavement.
;. _t-S1 Aw you sometimes at odds with Cosmopolitan, Leslie's; Collier's etc, 1914. oa reading the foregoing petition it u sale on Monday, January 4th. 1915. to the f
'write ordered by the court that highest and best bidder for cash the follow comes from Gadsden county, where a
jeunelf and[ with up' Florida and a hearing be had
the world? Do you its resources upon the same on the 6th day of January. A. ing described personal property situated in big plant, working more than one |I Chamberlain's Conga |Remedy-The
: der what ails you? True you may without this hold-up game.' They semen D. 1915 before laid court at Jacksonville i | the county of Bradford, state of Florida ton hundred 1 Mothers' FaWrite. : '.
; 3* eating regularly and here to learn the truth 'and devote acid and district, a( ten o'clock in the forenoon, wit One:- men, was recently destroyed "I give children ;Chamberlain's :
sleeping well that notice thereof be published in the sawmill outfit complete located in the by fire. Fuller's earth is valua my
!Y. 'l something: the matter!. Con- pages of pictures and texts to Bradford County T-U graph, a newspaper pub southeast corner of section five (S). township very Cough Remedy when they have colds
five ble. The
Standard
lished (5) south of Oil
,
in range twenty-two Company
'UoD Florida Aid district and that all (22) cast uses
i'- headache, nervousness and without saying, 'We' must creditors and other persona in interest! known may and eight (8) head of oxen. a large percentage of it white or coughs," writes M#.} Verne Shaf
indicate-a sluggish liver have$500 or $1,000 out of your commercial .appear at lad time and place and show cause, JOE HILL WILLIAMS. fer, Vandergrift, Pa. "ty always helps rtz
if any they have, the Special Master large quantities are shipped to Europefor
why
tried remedy is Dr.-King's New body before we'mention yom titioner should not be granted.prayer of said pe | J. C. POPPELL.; them and is a far superior medicine

r e.].;Pica i Only ,25e at your drugBucklenrs measly Telegram.little community/ "-Lakeland the Had clerk it shall is further send by ordered mail to by Iknown the court cftditoPa that 12-4-6t.Solicitor' for complainants.. and making refining different oil-Ocala kinds Banner of .wares to any other cough medicine I have

;: .- Arnica Salve for skin I notice of said petition and this order- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEEDJJ used. I advise anyone in need of such
'
,; :. (1 ) Read the I addressed .to them at their place of residence UNDER SECTION 8 OF CHAPTER 9 YOUR COLD IS DANGEROUS Ji medicine to give it a trial". For sale
Telegraph-$1.50 .
a year. u.rtes 4888 LAWS OF FLORIDA. .
1
die Honorable Ehydoi, M. Call Notice is hereby given that E. E. Goo.., Break- It .Up. -Now...- 11II1 I by all dealers. f "
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base : daughter,: ,.visited ME t Mri.E. Todd nd'MrsJ.'Me- ,! "- "I ,,, ,'- .T 5 ,, f_ _
.r "" ; ; ; vuiting:thru -< ,.1lW oF. -.t .- '. -_, ')... "', 5:.,. .
MdiontoJ" : and Mrs. S.J. :Norman and5famfly of Provinctfown, Mail, woo : "{\ "
,. "' this' the past few'days. Intyre, .. ,, -1J t

.\. !' i-!.i ('i'''; Hog killing .has been:the,order.forM for KfaaL a few\ :days.v3fr; ; e came'over? _..from" '[-guests. r'at. -the r- home of--Mrs.t M .E. Edwards' -' :. \ ,,;e'Dont Sell' Christmas: GoodsBut ha/+ ;
!1' week. ,
l thV-past KS .ake'B t1er"FridaJ.to"Viait ,her sis.Ur the:.first .of: the'wek. :Mrs. 1" I"', ., ..." ''; '' ... ;
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+;'t. .1B Futch.'and.Smith' preached .
: r c ? Miss Attic Lee, and attended the Todd has left.for her winter home / "'- :..t.
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1 r" i, :,interesting:sermons at Emanuel ,5
.1J,, r. ..Smdsy'add;:Sunday evening. TbeZ'V.J '! cane grinding at Mr. Norman'son, atFort; Myers after,a'few: days' visit >.', >,- .-, WeAre- On. :pfhe Job Thti iYear 'it
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night and to Lake ,7" -S .
Friday returned Starke
'' etinge'lierehell, attended with friends in Lawtey and : '":
i ;.' ', \ ',Corte Irindiag! -and candy stews'are Butler Sunday Delia Frierson afternoon.visited' Mr._ and accompanied by Mrs Mclntyre.. Mrs. :' '.' Around When it! 'Gomes x to 'f$;i

if W1with now." We all.enjoyed them Mrs. Todd was a resident here for a number a
.. Mrs.:J. G.. Crews the latter .part .of of and her /friends
much years many
... ek'R,); I'" yery.Mr:" J. G; Crews'is the 'owner ofat' last" week.Mra here are always glad to welcome her. (_b
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: cd, ,. ..,If't 1, proUdy passenger\y T guess.Ford,he'which is'riding he is very now. turned. to'their Robert Cone home and at Stuart children, after re- friends, Mrs. in M.Gainesville M., Fr'er.is.this the week.guest:of ri fl Btdlding. _a teria r

father
with her -
a'few weeks
spending Rev. Geo. of Broker,
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: '. )lrl Lang Bailey is visiting his Larrampre .
1 father for a few weeks. LMrs. Mr. L. L. Sapp. filled his regular semimonthly. ap- .t' .1
i ; ., Mr' Amanda McManan,' of' Ocean Of All Kinds and Offer You
t,. tI .Jr. H. Thiias, of Wauchuhf who ,. pointment' at the Lawtey Baptistchurch'last'Saturday ThefBest Service
0";- { 4' 'rhad'been visitfg: in our burg, his returned Spring, ,Mis&,S is :visiting her. brother and Sunday. I '
: Mr.: C. Pitts. Misses Susie Belle and Wilma Blan- and Prices '
,1l.J'X .to"her home. She was accom- Possible.
Mr. Jam Whitehead is' having ,a, ? *
1 ;' .j 'panied.by, her niece, Miss Eula Nor- chard were' shopping in Starke Monday. -
v:.. nice cottage' erected. on his farm near I ,. ,
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\i School is progressing )'nicely at here. Messrs. T. J. Terry'and James H. 1' f
: '- Miss Anna Renfroe; of New River, several last week 1
Rrt j P :;;. VanderbQt, under the management of Moore spent days 'i.
fr ti,:" Hisses Virgie,Clarke and.Attie Lee. spent Saturday night and Sunday with bird hunting.near Fort White. They ; .
her cousins;Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yar- '
the limit.
-1 i' : : Candy Palling.r report 0
t; ; if : The ,candy pulling given by the borough. Miss Jennie Wilson returned home Ine Ambifaon of '$

. ?1l") ":: 'Mises ''Yarborough Wednesday night Miss Virgie Clark spent the weekend Monday from a'visit to relatives and I '. z
v*,* V.I with her cousin, Mrs. E. N. Fol- friends in and Kissimmee. "
Those Tampa I
, *. .J :. was well attended. present 'l'.
som, of Raiford." Miss Rebecca Whitehead is a ."
: ., :were Mises .Mae Minnie and Myrtle guest
: Yarborough, Truby Johns, 'Blanche for a few days at the home of her slater I
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the :
}. ,..,}::'. k. ,If. Wilkinson made business I Mr. H. C. Peace business vis-:
t(; ;..-'. la, Alta, and Ruby Norman, Evelyn Mrs. Lillie a was a t *
t J':l',t"'""..,. and Anna- Renfroe, Mile and Mary trip to Green Cove Springs on itor to Jacksonville Monday.Mr. : 4l

: i'X:; ... Moore Alpha Hodges, and'Pearl Me- Monday;( also expects to visit rela- L. H. Hill was transacting: LII :1) Who loves her hon

s ,P Kinney. Messrs. Pete and John Yarborough tives there fora few days and take in business in Starke Monday. I I.. \always cen*"

.. r il:r ') .' k. :Colonel and Miller Johns, the sights that the city affords. Postmaster R. B. Jackson was. in S 4 1 *Jtefsjonmaking
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,.,; %. "1" Lonnie Norman, Jim Thomas, Leon .Mrs..Nancy Perry, fof.Starke, was Starke Saturday on business "- .. } the

,.. ,_..1- ..*. .Benfroe, Ernest. Williams" Clayton visiting her parents' Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. 0. L. Thomas was shopping in home' more inviting -

,. e : Johns, Leopric Johns, Oscar and Gurney Sam Starling, of here, the latter partof Jacksonville Monday and Tuesday.

I"x.: T Crews Cecil Adams, Messrs. the past week.f this week. and comfortable for'winter. It m ans more 1 i
:21i : Dukes and Clarke. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan The pastor of Highland church and Mr. J. T. Quigley, of Starke, was to

,} "p/ i Moore,,Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Yar- charming daughter, Miss Etiisbe. business visitor. to Lawtey Wednesday -I them than the man of the family can know.
.ever 1
'- '- ''tJ borough.Mrs. spent Saturday at Rev. James trick- I .

'k-' ? S. J. Norman and .daughter} lands. Mr. W. M. Redding was in Starke .. *

:'' :".!"r : .'Eula, '"ere shopping in Raiford on Mr. H. B. Hudson made a business Monday.Mrs. I J
;,;"'-. >'' trip to Jacksonville Thursday, re- John Howe, of Kingsley, who I WE ARE PREPARED

<. :: : ""r turning Saturday.Mrs. has been the guest'of her daughter,. *. >- .
4 rT 4tT y"ll J[--.Q a Iva Lang is visiting her hus- Mrs. A. A. Smith, left last Friday.for *

'," band's parents here this week, Mr. 'Gainesville, where she will visit relatives ->. 7 To Remodel, Redecorate, Plaster]; Wallboard -

and Mrs. Dave Lang. for a few days. *:;

'} Strength Past Rev. .James Strickland went to Deth of Mrs.,Whitehead. or Painl' Your Rooms' and Make:Your
f;) Black Creek church'Saturday to be The death of Mrs. Lydia Whiteheadoccurred "

i r f': V\ :' Fifty Years present Sunday to help -ordain "Bro. last Saturday evening at 9 Homes Like New. Sho4

Edwin Saunders for a preacher, also o'clock,at her late home. Mrs. White- Let You.
: WI ]>)>Q maintained by J.
; -< Bros. McQueen, Saunders and D. J. head had a stroke of paralysis abouta
: .ptm.tJae rifit nourish* "
i' aeitudNatare'.onoil.t Knight for deacons. He returned on year ago, which she partly recovered ,
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and from. About two months'ago she :-
Sunday evening reports a glor-
food Emvkwriku
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ia Scott's
ious meeting. had another stroke, from which -> "
i rira theied thossuds of BUBud This section was visited Sunday 'has been confined. to her bed nearlyever

Fr l. woaea to coataue their work with a continual rain. There,has not since. ,
t" ad nehhfett for may jean.Scott'iEmtMo she had the Quigley Lumber &
evening
been such a rain in quite an age, and Last Saturday Supply
l .t:;: *is a food.a medi-
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which she died in
V r tine and a tonic to keep the it caused the creeks and branches to third stroke, from .

i. }, blood rich avoid rheumatism be almost unfordable. .a. few hours.
and thwart nerroos conditions. Miss Florence Crews went home on Mrs .Whitehead was born in \la- ;
l t ", It II free from alcohol harmful ., ,
or
drags. The best phyaidanapnscriboit Friday to spend Christmas with her chua county sixty-eight years ago, ., .: ''I." ':' ; : : '

': ..:*_ i+-50 parents,.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crews, and ": where she has lived ev- I
of Highland. quite young, "f;, .
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1'A, er since. I of Cochran, Ga., and.Miss Dorian Cottrell he sold J63 worth of cane atLaW't= '

The deceased leaves a brother, Mr: i ,Ellis, daughter:'of Mr.,and Mrs. He made 'two hundred and.-Aft" "
W Are William' Tison, of Starke, and two T. Benton Ellis, of tMS.city, will be Ions of fijie s
syrup, which, if estimaLat
; : y ou.A JudgelofCigars sons and two daughters: H. T. ,Whitehead solemnized in the First Baptist-church 50 ceHts. a gallon, would'be J125-?

of Jacksonville; Mrs. W. A. Col- this afternoon at 2 o'clock. The ceremony for '..and $65 for
syrnj cane. So if>
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ley, of Starke; and J. B. and Miss Re- ,will be performed by Rev J.
: you are ia, doubt,of Enterprise cornel.
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becca Whitehead, of Lawtey, besides J. Cloar. -
'
:, i. 'J and see y!>yourself.., 1
/ 1 many other relatives, and all who The bride will be attended 'as ma- Hets '
: and Rowe have baa about tW;
,""-'" knew her, to mourn her departure to tron of, honor'by her sister Mrs.
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\ .. ". ) last cut at coon hunting. The,lasttime -
I. the great beyond.. Charles A. Marks, of Starke '
>y *. j.. = and Mr. we d from them they weregoing
m ( i Funeral services were held at her Adams will be attended by Dr. G. C. in b4nlavptey. They will have
;Z < ,; ',; ; late home, Monday morning at eight Walters,. of Cochran, as.best man. to ;
quit hunting
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\. .. ', 'e- ::.:;! : o'clock and the body was interred in The will now ;
'. ". :..:.. ,, couple leave this afternoonfor If you n't think of what to .sai
,. ',., the Sapp cemetery near Raiford. Rev.
.. a wedding trip to St. Louis and your friertcj for a Christmas present: I
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Olin Boggess conducted the servicesat other points, after which they will go have the Telegraph sent to' him for
i'S. the home and the grave. to' their,tlltur home in Cochran.No -
This
a year. is an ideal gift. .. m
cards have been issued in the
EASTERN STARS ORGANIZE. city, and friends invited. Caines- CARD' OF *
are -- THANKS. \
( r HE more you know about Cigars the better it is for ville Sun, December 17th. : t ,
A local chapter of the Eastern Star
We .desire to extend our thanks to.

LI us.-'t the better .it is for you. If you are not a judgeof was few installed days'ago at by the the Masonic Eastern Lodgea Star RISING.There all .who'wVre so kind and-belpful to'- ]

: --,..- our mother during her sickness i and;
Lodge of Lake Butler. .
;' 2 the 'manuafacturer. Hereis The will be a, Christmas tree at death. "ii: .t'
.Cigars you must trust following officers'were appointed the Rising school house Saturday. Everybody REBECCA' WHITEHEAD;

: invited ,MRS, W.. A. COLLEY
to attend.J.
where reputation comes in play. The A. P. H. Cigars area Worthy'Patron. Mrs. J. P..Tomlinson. E. Norman was in Starke on J. WHITEHEAD.;, _

Thursday attending to business.H. fl TV. WHITEHEAD. \
W. P., Mr. J. E. Wilson.A. ,
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I made in your oWn city, where our reputation for producing 'a M., Mrs. J. W. Andrews, Jr. L. Stevenson has gone to spend STOP HE CHILD'S COLDS. :'-
the holidays with
Conductress, Mrs. A. E., Wall relatives in Pennsylvania They Will: Often Result Seriously:

s strictly high ,grade, all Havana Filled Cigar has ,been estab- Wilson.Assistant Conductress', Mrs: J. E, of the. Mr.famous Stevenson Rising is place the owner and- are Colds children's, coup ailments and whooping which cong need!.

lished. Adab, Mrs. A. S. Crews. from the good crops he raised ,this immediate :ttention. The 'aner41

., Ruth, Mrs. N. D. Wainright. year it looks as though he is going fects are often most serious. D n'h

.' Esther, Mrs. W. L. Wall. to continue the traditions of the place take the risk-you don't have to. Dr;
Y Y Martha, Mrs. A. D. Kean. for productiveness. Of Porto Rico King's New Discovery. checks the
Nothing will him better than Christmas box of yams he made 800 bushels, 500 bush- the in
,: please a Electa, Mrs. F. F. Stump. els cold, soothes the cough, allays
\ Warden, Mr. J.p.' Tomlinson. being of marketable quality., One flamation, kills the germs and allow E|

I ;:. = a "\ A. P. H. Blunts or Club House Cigars.' Every time he smokes Sentinel, Mr. W.: T. Weeks. o with fthe a tubers girth to was correspond.20 inches in .length, nature to do her healing work.bottle 50fi tot-,

,. Secretary, Mr. F. F. Stump. at you druggist. Buy a
Services will, be held at Corinth
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: he ''will thank the giver,. the',better the Cigars. The greater the BICYCLE THIEVES CAUGHT. church Christmas day, and dinner day. ( ;;

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j will be 'served on the grounds. All .

thanks.' '. .Tuesday morning Chief Kite got notice are invited. Bring the goodies' and 9 DR. 0. L. HAYNES 'tt

from Highland to.look out for come. .. Dentist. .;Y

| the party who had stolen a valuable '-1

: '.' 1 ,' i I bicycle there from one Harry Bet ENTERPRISE.Rev. Phone 80. Hull Baildina. .
'j yPacked brose. Wednesday Mr. Kite 6. STARKE, FLORIDA. :
caught
> : < i.A P. H.Blunts and Club House Ggars7f ,
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.' | Elijah James'and F. H. Thomas with D. Phillips fSHed his regular ,
: ; '' .; ..
'. J." : in Christmas Boxes 25 .to a. Bo x'i' ''-1; ''' !' := the goods and arrested them, notifying I appointment at Maxville Saturday -

.;,," : : ; : ;,.:. '4"f.t'.J.yr'f ?!, : the Clay county, authorities about and Sunday. There t. more Catarrh'la aU other this disea secticaiwas .a-'"
the than
.. country
.'"". .,; ,.. .,':-.,(,:......l.i..,,"::...:._.' .. ) ..;,,'.;; l'.i.: -.'"!".'.O'. ,-'o the arrest. They came and took away Mr..A. F. Green and son, Edgar, of together supposed and to untIl be incurable.the last For few.ytll.a 8r :
r t'Jk'" the prisoners, but on arrival at High Jacksonville, visited friends. here,last It S W ;;
..:: '. doctors pronounced
; ; :. many years sod
X':* .( < ; v ., >.' -- land Belbrose, the. complainant, had week disease by constantly tud prescribed failln local to C'lre remedies wick! ,.-..<
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: gone. A large number of our citizens at- treatment, pronounced It bcurabl 't;;:
It was then'found out that Belbrose tended United States court in Jack- ence tutlonal bas disease proven'Catarrh and therefore to b3 s ref cow"....'s,;",

had himself stolen the wheel at Jack- sonville last.week. constitutional treatment Hall"? :t;r
manufactured by F. J. CheneY -'
Starke CigarCornpany sonville and was one of a gang of bicycle Mr. R:J3.Hess, ,. of Lawtey, visited Cure Co. Toledo. Ohio is -the only Cons'Jru ttspo :'
: .thieves who have of late shown here Saturday. tlonal cure, on the market drops It is to ta.kell&bjcl

much activity in Jacksonville and Messrs.'Eddie and Andrew Hilliard onfuL It actsrddiirrectl on the Tia1-

j other cities.' Mr. Kite'is now on' the visited, 'i at. at Ridng. Tuesday.We and offer mucous one hundred surfaces dollars of the for Iystem.any C"=e it-,

.. u' Starke Florida: lookout for Belbrose' and. his asso- stated in last,.week's Telegraph fills tlmoDfa1s.to cure.: Send for clrcu2a:1 '

CO' ,, ,' ciates.. that we. would give the yield of Mr. Address: 1''1. v izi::EY..q..1'oJe4 Q
J. S. Norman's cane patch soon. This Sold by Drnsgists.: 'r.-e. 1-
eoastipayouGets ; >
Tate. BaB's Funfly Fills for .f
.., .ADAMS-ELLIS.
: '.J shoWs- what be'
can done. at Enter- .
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t' Re.
r eL prise.:OH hardly one-half of an acre our prices for printing. and

The marriage'.-.. of Mr. A. C. Adams, .of land,with three sacks'of fertilizer, will get your orders. (FS c

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